DML Morning Briefing Thurs. Apr. 21

Breaking: Suspect captured in gruesome NYC murder, plus more…

Gaal, a 51-year-old married mother of two, was found murdered on Saturday morning less than a mile from her Forest Hill home.

 

DML: Now they had BETTER NOT turn him loose!

2 – Tenured Canadian professor fired after saying BLM ‘destroyed’ her university
Fox News reports: A tenured Canadian professor who was fired after criticizing Black Lives Matter (BLM) has a proposed arbitration date set during which she intends to lay out her grievances against her former university.

“All of my grievances are going forward together at this time,” Frances Widdowson said during a recent interview with The College Fix. She confirmed to Fox News Digital that the proposed dates are Jan. 16-27, 2023, but they have not been confirmed.

Widdowson, who taught economics, justice and policy studies, was fired from Mount Royal University (MRU) in Calgary, Alberta, last December after stoking controversy for comments criticizing BLM, which she said “destroyed MRU” to such an extent that she “doesn’t recognize the institution anymore.”

A petition later circulated calling her a “racist professor” and demanding her termination, which prompted a response from the university.

 

DML: BLM’s tentacles have spread everywhere! Highly disturbing.

3 – ‘Masked Singer’ judge walks off after Rudy Giuliani revealed as contestant
NBC News reports: After months of anticipation, Rudy Giuliani’s rumored appearance on “The Masked Singer” finally hit TV screens, followed by the shocking moment judge Ken Jeong walked out in protest.

Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City and former personal attorney for ex-President Donald Trump, appeared on Wednesday’s episode of the Fox singing show in a jack-in-the box costume. He belted “Bad to the Bone.”

 

 

DML: Priceless!

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4 – Robert Morse, Two-Time Tony Winner and ‘Mad Men’ Star, Dies at 90
From the Hollywood Reporter: Robert Morse, the Tony Award-winning star of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying who impressed a new legion of fans as the eccentric head of the Sterling Cooper ad agency on Mad Men, has died. He was 90.

“My good pal Bobby Morse has passed away at age 90,” writer/producer and vp on the board of governors of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Larry Karaszewski tweeted. “A huge talent and a beautiful spirit. Sending love to his son Charlie & daughter Allyn. Had so much fun hanging with Bobby over the years – filming People v OJ & hosting so many screenings (How To Succeed, Loved One, That’s Life).”

His son Charlie also confirmed Morse’s death to Eyewitness NewsKABC-TV reported.

 

 

DML: Rest in Peace.

5 – Reporter grills Dem mayor over potential reelection bid after ‘harm you’ve caused’
A reporter asked Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot during a press conference Tuesday how she could even consider running for re-election after all the “harm” she’s caused.

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DML: Kudos to that reporter for saying what we all are thinking!!  Will Chicagoans vote her out?

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BONUS VIDEO: MSNBC guest makes huge admission on the mask mandate: “It’s hard to give something to Americans… and then take it away. It’s hard to now give people the freedom and now take that back. I think they’d be best served to kind of move on… My gut says people are just ready to move on.”