‘Blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands!’ Protesters disrupt ‘Julius Caesar’
HTAG 1 TT41-year-old Uzbekistan native Oksana Chusovitina is the oldest female gymnast in Olympic history. She also happens to be a mama, which is often the very next happen you learn about her.HETAG 1 TT DTAG 1 TTDTAG 2 TT IMG 2 TT
It’s wonderful and invigorating that Chusovitina is a mom to a 17 -year-old as well as a seriously talented Olympian at twice the age of her challengers. Nonetheless, the fact that she’s a mama has become a weirdly necessary addition to her story despite the fact that it has nothing to do with her knowledge as canadian athletes.
And she’s far from the only Olympian-slash-mom to have received this sort of treatment.
Swimmer Dana Vollmer won silver and bronze awards, but it’s difficult to find a headline that doesn’t mention the fact that she granted birth a mere 17 months earlier. Nia Ali, who’s contesting in the 100 -meter hurdle, has been surrounded by sections amazing how does she do it and reporting on how she heightened her infant son while learning. Kerri Walsh Jennings was five weeks pregnant when she prevailed her third amber award for volleyball, and it’s still one of the first things mentioned about her. Sure, acquiring medals while pregnant is pretty amazing, but that was four years ago.
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HTAG 2 TTThere’s a post on Team USA’s websitededicated to its 10 contestants who are mamas but not one for dads despite the fact that there are more than four times that numerous papas representing Team USA.HETAG 2 TT
Much of “members attention” Olympian mommas receive may be because of the impact pregnancy and brand-new motherhood can have on contesting. Considering that intensive qualify may affect birthrate, it’s not surprising that giving birth could also cause some difficulties. Women’s organizations can change dramatically both during and after they’re pregnant. Duo that with the physical and mental strain that occurs during training courses and contender, and it becomes clear these mommies are champs through and through.
Being an athlete and a mom is amazing, but it’s not an impossible feat, and more often than not, it’s not something females do alone.
HTAG 3 TTOlympian daddies are also working hard to “have it all” by balancing develop with elevating children. HETAG 3 TT
It’s exactly not assumed to be such a huge achievement when a dad can also be an Olympian because we generally don’t associate papas with child care, and we usurp they have a spouse or someone taking care of their homes and families while they’re working on. Which is an ludicrous double standard.
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RTAG 18 TT”I have just tried to streamline everything else in my life so that I can spend as much day with him and my spouse as I can, ” he told ATAG 20 TTUSA Swimming. “There is nothing more important to me right now than my family.”
RTAG 19 TT ATAG 21 TTKing jumping in on some conference calls #KidMogul #StayMe7o
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RTAG 21 TT”[ Fatherhood] has established me realize happens different. I now think twice about my acts. Everything I do changes my son Kiyan, ATAG 22 TTKing told BCK.
HTAG 10 TT6. John Nunn, race walkerHETAG 10 TT DTAG 29 TTDTAG 30 TTDTAG 31 TT BTAG 6 TT RTAG 22 TTI love this girlfriend more than life itself. She is my everything. I would not be who I am today without being her papa ATAG 23 TTpic.twitter.com/ gKukSEm3f 3
John Nunn (@ johnnywalker0 4) ATAG 24 TTJune 19, 2016
RTAG 23 TTThe quote in the tweet pronounces it all.
RTAG 28 TT ATAG 35 TTDay one he wore me OUT but day two….. Daddy won
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RTAG 30 TT”Im trying to move mountains for him, so Ive got to go out there with the intent to really try to do it, ” Gatlin told ATAG 36 TTUs Weekly.
HTAG 14 TTIn their own texts, these dads-slash-athletes are just as much proud and involved parents as Olympian mommies are. The channel they’re “was talkin about a” should reflect that.HETAG 14 TT RTAG 31 TTJust because these dadthletes, if you will, didn’t knowledge physical body a modification to bring their boys into the world doesn’t signify their characters as mothers aren’t as notable as their female Olympian peers’.
RTAG 32 TTSo let’s stop guiding all the parenting credit to Olympic mamas( or subsequently giving ATAG 37 TTcredit for them winning honours to their husbands) and remove the double standard of coverage for male and female contestants. If motherhood must be included when writing and reporting on the achievements of female players, then fatherhood should be reported on for male contestants. That course, hopefully, the idea of a mommy “whos also” an athlete will stop being seen as an “impossible feat” andathletes who are dads can show that child care is something they participate in very as equals.
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Protesters disrupted a New York City stage production of “Julius Caesar” Friday that peculiarity a bloody assassination of a reference that resembled President Trump.
One protester, identified as Rebel Media’s Laura Loomer, stormed the stage and screamed, “Stop Leftist Violence.”
Another protester, identified as Jack Posobiec, rose to his hoofs and screamed, “The blood of Steve Scalise is on your hands” and “Goebbels would be proud.”
Video of the incident was quickly posted on social media. It testified the crowd booing as public announcements was seen that the appearance was briefly halted.
Loomer was arrested and Posobiec was escorted out of the Shakespeare in the Park theatre complex can be found in Central Park.
I interviewed Posobiec by phone at the Central Park Police Precinct – where he was waiting for his colleague to be processed on war criminals trespass indictment.
“We were protesting which is something we find was the normalization of violence, ” he told me. “I couldn’t believe they were going on with the play in light of what happened with the attack on Congressman Scalise.”
He said it was infuriating to watch the faux assassination of President Trump.
“This play was barbarian and merciles. He is stabbed multiple times, running around theatre, crawling through blood, ” he told me. “It attained my blood lead cold ensure Americans heartening a depiction of their chairman being stabbed 100 times with 100 blades.”
He said it made his belly.
“This Manhattan Central Park army was on their hoofs cheering – they were cheering as relevant actors garmented as the president was stabbed to demise, ” he told me.
Not all republicans are cheering the disruption.
“This is total, complete mare crap, ” conservative columnist Ben Shapiro wrote on Twitter. “She attacked a public execution to obstruct it. She has no right to the stage.”