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Utah High School Student Admits Using Pepper Spray to ‘Disrupt’ TPUSA Event

A student at Park City High School in Park City, Utah, has admitted to releasing pepper spray inside a lecture hall last month in an attempt to prevent the school’s Turning Point USA student group from hosting an event. The student said that he released the dangerous chemicals because he did not feel that the TPUSA event would be a “safe thing” to have at the school.

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Elizabeth Warren Offers Woman ‘Love Life’ Advice on Social Media

Senator and 2020 Democrat presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) offered to assist a woman on social media with conjuring up a plan to fix her “love life” on Sunday, suggesting she send her a private message so that the two can “figure this out.”

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Transgender on Gender-Swapping Snapchat Filter: ‘My Gender Is Not a Costume’

Snapchat’s new gender-changing filter that allows people to view themselves as the opposite sex has offended some members of the transgender community, who argue that their struggle with transitioning is being downplayed by the filter, as it allows users to swap-genders for their own amusement.

Protesters blow whistles during a transgender march in downtown Zagreb on March 30, 2019. - About 300 people, coming from all over the largely conservative Balkans region, took part in Croatia's first ever transgender march through downtown Zagreb. Organisers say they are sending clear messages of pride and defiance as …

Facebook Blames ‘Mistake’ After Censoring Candace Owens

The founder of the Blexit movement, Candace Owens, was suspended on Facebook after posting about “liberal supremacists” and statistics regarding poverty rates in fatherless homes. The social media giant restored Owens’ account several hours later after Breitbart News requested comment, claiming it had “made a mistake.”

WASHINGTON, DC - APRIL 09: Candace Owens of Turning Point USA testifies during a House Judiciary Committee hearing discussing hate crimes and the rise of white nationalism on Capitol Hill on April 9, 2019 in Washington, DC. Internet companies have come under fire recently for allowing hate groups on their …

800,000 ‘Game of Thrones’ Fans Sign Petition for HBO to Remake ‘Woefully Incompetent’ Final Season

Game of Thrones fans are calling on HBO to remake the show’s final season, circulating a petition that is fast approaching one million signatures. The petition cites the show’s “woefully incompetent” writers, David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, who they themselves admit to planning on being “very drunk” and “in an undisclosed location” when the final episode airs on Sunday night.

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Bernie Sanders Supports Breaking Up Facebook

Senator and 2020 presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said on Wednesday that he supports calls to break up Facebook. The comment is reportedly the first time the senator has addressed the matter since entering the 2020 Democrat presidential campaign.

Bernie Sanders slams Facebook

TPUSA’s Benny Johnson to Conservative Students: Do Not Let ‘Tactics of Authoritarian Thugs’ Silence You

Turning Point USA Chief Creative Officer Benny Johnson joined host Alex Marlow in a Wednesday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily for the weekly TPUSA campus report. Johnson talked about the students he has met during his time at TPUSA, many of whom have talked about the different ways in which they have been subjected to leftist hate, and that it is important for students to know they should not allow leftist intimidation tactics to silence them.

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Watch: UNC-Chapel Hill Student Arrested for Stealing Pro-Life Sign

A student at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill was arrested for larceny on Monday after she was caught on video taking a sign belonging to pro-life activists. The arrest arrives just one week after the arrest of a UNC-Chapel Hill student accused of physically assaulted a pro-life activist after allegedly getting angry over his sign.

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Lawsuit: Second Grade Teacher Repeatedly Questioned Boy’s ‘Gender Identity’

The parents of an eight-year-old boy are suing an Oregon school district for nearly $1 million dollars, claiming that their son’s second-grade teacher pulled him from recess multiple times to question him about his gender identity. The parents say that their son is now “confused” and taking anxiety medication.

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Cal Poly Faculty Votes to Ban Chick-fil-A from Campus

Faculty at California Polytechnic University recently voted to ban Chick-fil-A from campus, accusing the restaurant’s charity arm of being “in violation of our values” and suggesting that Chick-fil-A’s presence on campus is similar to having pornography or a Hooters establishment at the school. The university president, however, is expected to veto the faculty vote.

Chick-fil-A protest

Texas State Student Senate Votes on Resolution Banning Police from Campus

Texas State University’s student senate recently held an “emergency meeting” to vote on a resolution calling on the school to ban its police department. The resolution was authored by one student senator who was arrested last week during an incident on campus involving the assault of a student wearing a MAGA hat, but appears to have not passed a student senate vote.

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University of Georgia: TA Who Said ‘White People Might Have to Die’ Did Not Violate Code of Conduct

A judiciary panel at the University of Georgia has concluded that a teaching assistant and graduate student who came under scrutiny last January for making racially charged statements did not violate the student code of conduct. The graduate student had been accused of purposefully omitting a trespassing arrest from his UGA admissions application, among other allegations.

University of Georgia TA Irami Osei-Frimpong

Mizzou Student Destroys TPUSA Sign, Calls Conservatives ‘Fascist’

A student at the University of Missouri was caught on video destroying a Turning Point USA flyer that had been promoting the group’s upcoming event. The vandal then proceeded to call the school’s TPUSA vice president a “fascist” in response to the conservative student questioning him about the flyer he had destroyed.

Mizzou student vandalizes TPUSA sign

Journalist Andy Ngo: Antifa Supporter Assaulted Me at Gym

Andy Ngo, a journalist based in Portland, Oregon, claims that he was assaulted at a gym on Tuesday after a man recognized him from his coverage of Antifa rallies and accused him of “lying about Antifa on Twitter.” The reporter says that the man poured a liquid over his head and then attempted to take his phone after knocking it out of Ngo’s hand.

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College Admissions Bribe Scandal to Become a Television Series

Annapurna Television has announced that it will develop a television series based on the infamous college admissions scandal that unfolded over the past few months. The show will follow the plot of an upcoming book entitled, Accepted.

This combination photo shows actresses Felicity Huffman, left, and Lori Loughlin outside of federal court in Boston on Wednesday, April 3, 2019, where they face charges in a nationwide college admissions bribery scandal. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa, left, Steven Senne)

TPUSA Rep on Campus ‘Mob Mentality’: They’re Trying to Shut Down Our Freedom

Turning Point USA representative Brittni Coffeen joined host Alex Marlow in a Wednesday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily for the weekly TPUSA campus report. Coffeen talked about her recent experience at UNLV, where an effort to recruit new TPUSA members was met by protesters who destroyed their display and assaulted conservative students.

TPUSA on UNLV Campus

Twitter Blacklists Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Parody Account

Twitter has permanently blacklisted a parody account of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY), as well as the personal Twitter account belonging to Michael Morrison, who had been operating the “AOCPress” parody account.

WASHINGTON, DC - JANUARY 30: U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) speaks as other House Democrats listen during a news conference at the U.S. Capitol January 30, 2019 in Washington, DC. House Democrats held a news conference to introduce the 'Paycheck Fairness Act.' (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)