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It Is 2017 And We Have Another Guacamole Controversy On Our Hands

Tiffani Thiessen tried to update guacamole and people had ~feelings~ about it.

Giving guacamole an “cool new update” rarely goes over well. Just ask The New York Times. When they added peas to the classic Mexican recipe, Twitter roasted them for days. But that didn’t stop Tiffani-Amber Thiessen and Delish from trying guacamole with… grapefruit. Now, grapefruit on its own can be delicious. Guacamole, as is, is always a bomb addition to any meal. However, it seems the Internet has feelings about guacamole topped with grapefruit and the overall consensus is this: “No mames, guey.”

There was this pretty appropriate ‘Saved By The Bell’ reaction.


Perhaps Zack Morris was seeing into the future to this very moment and trying to save his costar the Internet backlash.

Thiessen was even called out by name.


And we know that Tyra don’t play.

Others were too speechless to verbalize their disgust.


Sashay away.

@mathewrodriguez tried to exorcise the grapefruit guacamole before it possessed mankind.


That’s the look of zero F’s given.

Have we not learned from the sins of the past guac calamities?


Necks are getting sore from shaking heads this often.

There was some concern for her well-being.


Yeah. What she said.

There was total and utter confusion about how this even came to be.


No one’s mind is flexible to wrap itself around this.

Like, literally, people are confused about why she even did this.


Why, though?

Basically, if you are considering changing the guac game, remember this.


It’s for your benefit, trust.

So…


READ: What Peeeeendejo Puts Peas in Guacamole? The New York Times Did.

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Military Members Are Sharing Stories Of Sexual Assult In The Military Using #IAmVanessaGuillen

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Military Members Are Sharing Stories Of Sexual Assult In The Military Using #IAmVanessaGuillen

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Vanessa Guillen went missing on April 22 from a parking lot at Fort Hood. Before going missing, Guillen confided in her family about alleged sexual assault and harassment she faced at the U.S. Army base. Her story sparked an online movement to talk about sexual assault in the military.

Women are using #IAmVanessaGuillen to talk about sexual assault in the U.S. military.

It wasn’t until recently that movements like #MeToo and #TimesUp made it clear that society was done with making excuses for sexual assault. Powerful and influential men have fallen because of their behavior. The disappearance of Vanessa Guillen is shining a renewed light on sexual assault in the military.

The stories range from inappropriate behavior from superiors to rape from fellow soldiers.

Women see themselves reflected in Guillen and her story. Former military women are shedding the shame and fear of coming forward to tell their stories in a public space. The unity on social media is offering women comfort and support as they open up about the most personal thing someone can talk about.

Some of the stories are absolutely heartbreaking.

According to a report from the Defense Department, sexual assault in the U.S. military went up 3 percent between fiscal years 2018 and 2019. The department reported 7,825 reports of sexual assault on service members. However, Pentagon officials assert that the change cannot be characterized as an increase in assaults. A prevalence survey on sexual assault in the military is conducted every other year.

According to some women, the assault and harassment started quickly.

The same study found that sexual assault at the 3 military academies saw a spike of 32 percent. The figures show an increase of 117 reported sexual assaults in 2018 compared to 149 sexual assaults reported in the academies.

“Our Academies produce our future leaders. At every turn, we must drive out misconduct in place of good order and discipline. Our data last year, and the findings from this year’s report, reflect the progress we have made in some areas, and the significant work that remains,” Elizabeth Van Winkle, the executive director of the Office of Force Resiliency, said in a statement obtained by ABC News. “We will not falter in our efforts to eliminate these behaviors from our Academies and to inculcate our expectation that all who serve are treated, and treat others, with dignity and respect.”

Some men have also used the hashtag to share their own experiences.

According to the Rape, Abuse and Incest National Network, 1 out of every 10 rape victims is male. The study also shows that 1 out of every 33 men will experience an attempted or completed sexual assault.

If you or someone you know needs to talk to someone, you can call 1 (800) 656-HOPE (4673) or visit RAINN by clicking here.

READ: Partial Human Remains Found Near Fort Hood During Search For Vanessa Guillen

Twitter, Once Again, Fact-Checks One Of President Trump’s False Tweets

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Twitter, Once Again, Fact-Checks One Of President Trump’s False Tweets

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It is not hard to argue that President Donald Trump is on the wrong side of the racial justice protests happening right now. Instead, President Trump has stoked the flames of anger among the people in the marches. The president even had the military violently clear peaceful protesters from a park to have a photo-op holding a bible in front of a church.

President Donald Trump tweeted another fake video trying to further his war against the media.

President Trump has been waging a war against the media since he started running for president in 2016. The president has taken aim at trusted media organizations and news agencies because he doesn’t like the reporting. The agencies have not reported anything false about the president and the reporters from these agencies have held him accountable. There have been numerous briefings when reporters from these agencies have angered President Trump enough for him to lash out and walk away from the podium.

President Trump will always hold two distinctions: third impeached president in U.S. history and the first tweet marked as false information.

It wasn’t that long ago that the country watched as the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump. This makes him the third president to ever be impeached in U.S. history. This year, he became the first person to ever have one of his tweets flagged for having false information.

Twitter’s policies clarifying the falsehoods of some of Trump’s tweets have angered the president. President Trump signed an executive order that, while it doesn’t do much to affect social media platforms, it does signal to his base. President Trump understands that his base fears censorship of conservative voices, which is not happening. The executive order was a chance for him to let them know he hears them.

The video is another example of President Trump’s failure to lead the nation during this time.

While the U.S. is experiencing massive protests calling for police reform, President Trump has not done anything addressing the crisis. Instead, President Trump signed an executive order that did little to address police reform and reiterated his support of current policing.

This considered, his using a fake video to try to make CNN seem incompetent is not surprising. It is also unfortunately not surprising that he would also seek to belittle the conversations of race taking place. It is worth remembering that the first time President Trump was covered by The New York Times is was because of racism.

Don’t worry. CNN had enough time to let him know just where he stands.

President Trump is falling fast in the polls with Joe Biden gaining a considerable lead. From March to now, Biden’s lead over Trump has grown by double digits. He has even witnessed some of his voters from 2016 leaving his base.

READ: Donald Trump Jr. Booed Off The Stage By His Father’s Supporters And Twitter Is Living For It