Hollywood has long been blamed for producing movies that glorify violence. The new movie “Joker” is just the latest film to earn this criticism. Warner Brothers responded to the controversy with a written statement: “neither the fictional character Joker, nor the film, is an endorsement of real-world violence of any kind. It is not the intention of the film, the filmmakers or the studio to hold this character up as a hero.”
“This is an outrageous abuse of power by a liberal mayor trying to deny the rights of his own city’s residents just because he hates the President,” Trump campaign manager Brad Parscale said in a statement sent to reporters.
The motto for the search engine giant used to be “Don’t be evil.” In the spring of 2018, however, the company purged the phrase from its internal and external documents – and according to ex-employee-turned-whistleblower Zach Vorhies (pictured), from its corporate culture as well
The White House issued a statement on Sunday after President Donald Trump spoke with Erdogan by phone, indicating the U.S. military “will not support or be involved in” Turkey’s operation.
“United States forces, having defeated the ISIS territorial ‘Caliphate,’ will no longer be in the immediate area,” the White House said.
Twenty-eight-year-old Charlie Evans told Sky News in a recent interview that she’s spoken to “hundreds” of young people, mostly same-sex attracted women, who regret their gender transition. She also encountered an “online community of 5,000 in a similar position,” according to the network (video report below).