Demi Lovato

Demi Lovato Called a ‘Hypocrite’ for Promoting Dieting After Attacking a Frozen Yogurt Shop for Offering ‘Diet Foods’

Left-wing actress and “Impeach Trump” singer Demi Lovato was roasted and called a “hypocrite” for appearing to promote dieting by wielding a Dr. Pepper “zero sugar” microphone during an interview at the iHeartRadio Music Awards — just one month after launching a full-blown attack on a frozen yogurt shop for offering “diet foods” in its store.

NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 17: Demi Lovato performs on ABC's "Good Morning America" at SummerStage at Rumsey Playfield, Central Park on June 17, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images)

‘Demi Lovato Is an Insufferable Karen’: Pop Star Slammed After Lecturing L.A. Frozen Yogurt Shop for Its ‘Diet Foods’

Demi Lovato, the gun control-pushing pop star who endorsed Hillary Clinton in 2016, is being slammed as a “dumb and self-centered Karen” on social media after she attacked The Bigg Chill — a frozen yogurt shop in Los Angeles — for “triggering” her by having “sugar free cookies” and “other diet foods” available in the store.

LOS ANGELES, CA - JULY 05: Singer Demi Lovato performs at 102.7 Kiis FM's Cool For The Summer" Pool Party at the WaterMarke Tower on July 5, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images)

Kamala Harris’ Niece Meena Harris, Demi Lovato Launch ‘Pro-Vaxxer’ Campaign

Vice President Kamala Harris’ niece Meena Harris is launching a “pro-vaxxer” campaign with actress-singer Demi Lovato. The campaign comes via Harris’ social brand and media company “Phenomenal,” which is known for its statement clothing featuring phrases printed onto sweatshirts, such as, “Phenomenally Black,” and “Phenomenal Voter,” among others.


Hayward: Progressives See Opportunity in Opioid Disaster

It would be excessive to call the opioid crisis an orchestrated conspiracy, but it certainly does have aspects of a manufactured crisis: a problem created by politicians and then exploited by them to advance various agendas. Loose borders created the problem by allowing a tidal wave of deadly street drugs into the United States. Politicians are using the resulting crisis to attack the pharmaceutical industry and the criminal justice system. We could end up releasing an enormous number of criminals from prison because the drug epidemic put too many people in jail.

The Associated Press