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Florida ex-wife of slain Microsoft exec allegedly wanted to ‘shut him up,’ tattoo staffer

Florida ex-wife of slain Microsoft exec allegedly wanted to ‘shut him up,’ tattoo staffer

Jared Bridegan was shot dead in front of his toddler daughter Feb. 16 after stepping out of his car to move a tire from the road EXCLUSIVE: A Florida tattoo parlor staffer said the Mormon ex-wife of slain Microsoft executive Jared Bridegan asked if he knew anyone who could "shut him up" in 2015 — after undergoing a surprising "enhancement" on her genitals. Shanna Gardner-Fernandez, 35, was in the process of divorcing Bridegan at the time — but they were still living under the same roof with their twins in Jacksonville Beach, Florida, when he said she made the comment. A photo combination of Kirsten and Jared Bridegan with their daughter London and his ex-wife Shanna Gardner-Fernandez. (Fox News Digital) "She had been talking to us about her divorce, and she told us he...
Politico reporter: Two Democratic lawmakers told me ‘nobody gives a bleep about January 6’

Politico reporter: Two Democratic lawmakers told me ‘nobody gives a bleep about January 6’

Betsy Woodruff Swan says she hasn't seen evidence the Jan. 6 hearings will aid Dems in upcoming elections Politico correspondent Betsy Woodruff Swan alleged Wednesday that two Democratic lawmakers spoke candidly about how the electorate does not care about Jan. 6. During a panel discussion on "Meet the Press NOW," NBC anchor Chuck Todd cited a Quinnipiac poll that asked Americans if they thought former President Donald Trump "truly believed there was voter fraud" in the 2020 presidential election or that he has "deliberately spread false information."  Fourty-three percent say they think Trump believes the claims, while 48% say the former president knowingly promotes falsehoods.  Todd went on to stress the party divide that showed a whopping 86% of Democrats claiming Trum...
Kamala Harris for president in 2024 not a sure thing, if Biden does not run, according to Virginia voters

Kamala Harris for president in 2024 not a sure thing, if Biden does not run, according to Virginia voters

Americans are open to candidates other than Kamala Harris for the 2024 Presidential Election LOUDOUN COUNTY, Va. – Virginia voters told Fox News that Vice President Kamala Harris is not a shoo-in to replace President Joe Biden at the top of the ticket If he does not seek re-election in 2024.  Rosa, a mother from Virginia, told Fox News, "I would support her, but I'd be open to other candidates as well in the Democratic Party."  Forty percent of 2020 Biden voters said he should not run, according to a recent poll by Yahoo News/YouGov.  "No, I wouldn't support any Democrat," said Lisa from Ashburn, Virginia.  "I don't think she deserves the position she is in now," said a man named Daniel. "I think she's a joke, to be honest."  Vice President Kamala...