York County Detective Shot Dead In South Carolina “Ambush”

TheCount.com has learned the sad news that a South Carolina sheriff’s deputy has died Wednesday after a man accused of assaulting his wife “ambushed” and shot him and three other officers, officials said.

York County Detective Michael Doty died Wednesday after he was shot by 47-year-old Christian Thomas McCall during an hours-long manhunt Tuesday morning.

“It is with a heavy heart & great sadness that York County Sheriff Kevin Tolson announces the passing of Detective Michael R. Doty,” the sheriff’s office wrote on Facebook. Doty spent 12 years working in law enforcement.


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Steak ‘n Shake Sues After Woman Claims Meat Contained “Worms” On Facebook

Steak ‘n Shake, a fast food franchise located in Florissant, St. Louis, is suing a former employee after she claimed on social media the meat she used was infested with worms.

Melissa White, who was fired from her job at the Florissant location, is accused of then making false claims on Facebook asserting Steak ‘n Shake was peddling meat with live worms in it.

On January 5, White posted the following message with photos purporting to show creepy crawlers living off the restaurant’s beef. Continue reading

Monica Lewinsky On Matt Drudge “The Original Cyberbully”

Is Monica Lewinsky blaming DrudgeReport‘s Matt Drudge for her dubious place in history?

Lewinsky made some unambiguous comments while telling Daily Mail what she thought of Hillary Clinton’s book, “What Happened?”

“He could have made it right with the book, but he hasn’t. He is a revisionist of history. He has lied. […] I really didn’t expect him to go into detail about our relationship. […] But if he had and he’d done it honestly, I wouldn’t have minded. […] I did, though, at least expect him to correct the false statements he made when he was trying to protect the Presidency.

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Jeff Flake Delivers Anti-Trump Speech In Nearly Empty Chamber – Post News Coverage “Soft”

Arizona lawmaker Jeff Flake compared Donald Trump to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin on Wednesday, delivering a blistering attack on the president to a nearly empty U.S. Senate chamber.

Flake may have hoped for a big bump in name recognition following his sharply critical speech, however, the post news coverage has thus far proved “slight” – at best.

The Republican has become one of Trump’s favorite targets, earning a presidential nickname – ‘Jeff Flakey’ – since his impending retirement has freed him to openly castigate the White House on several fronts.

‘It is a testament to the condition of our democracy that our own president uses words infamously spoken by Josef Stalin to describe his enemies,’ Flake said, citing a Trump tweet in which he branded five news outlets ‘the enemy of the American people.’

Flake said that ‘so fraught with malice was the phrase “enemy of the people” that even Nikita Khrushchev forbade its use, telling the Soviet Communist Party that the phrase had been introduced by Stalin for the purpose of “annihilating such individuals” who disagreed with the supreme leader.’ Continue reading

Pastor Arrested After California Border Agents Find 300 Pounds Marijuana In Vehicle

John Bishop, a former Vancouver pastor, was arrested Thursday in Southern California and accused of trying to smuggle more than 280 pounds of marijuana into the United States from Mexico.

Reports say, Bishop, 54, the former lead pastor of Vancouver’s Living Home Church, was arrested Dec. 11 after he was stopped by U.S. Customs and Border Protection at 5:25 a.m.

Bishop was re-entering the United States through the port of entry at San Ysidro, Calif.

While inspecting Bishop’s car, an agent found packages hidden in a wheel well.

A narcotics detection dog examined the vehicle and alerted officers to the undercarriage and trunk of the car.

Investigators disassembled the car and found 105 packages of marijuana weighing 281.88 pounds.

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CEO Admits Advertises On Fox News Because Viewers Are “Gullible Idiots”

On Sunday Scott Jordan, the SCOTTeVEST CEO, decided to tell his customers on Facebook he thinks they’re dummies.

Scott said he advertised on FOX News because the viewers are gullible and ‘f***ing idiots.”

For some reason Scott thought it would be a good move to call his customers “f***ing idiots.”

After a moment of clarity Scott took down the post and put up an apology.
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China BANS New Star Wars Flick After Deeming Actors “Not Pretty Enough”

We’ve been telling you here on TheCount.com that “The Last Jedi” has fallen flat with fans who have actually started a petition to yank the newest installment from the franchise lineup.

And now, the Chinese have completely pulled the film from theaters citing a major issue with casting. “These actors aren’t very beautiful,” says the owner of China’s biggest Star Wars forum, Chen Tao.

Tao, a project manager and longtime Star Wars fan says that one of the reasons the movie failed at the box office is because the actors “aren’t very beautiful.” That’s definitely a new criticism that hasn’t been brought up to Rian Johnson yet. The director might have to explain this one as he has every other decision that he’s made for The Last Jedi.

Tao reveals that the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies do so well in China because they feature well-known locations (sometimes) and because the actors all meet the “public’s aesthetic standards.” However, The Last Jedi’s actors aren’t as pretty as their more beautiful cousins in the MCU, according to Tao. He had this to say. Continue reading

Bronx Manhunt: Amere Bryant, 24, Wanted For Murder Of Shaquana Button

Bronx man, Amere Bryant, is wanted for the murder of Shaquana Button, who was found shot in the face outside a Bronx boutique.

Police on Wednesday identified Bryant, 24, saying he shot and killed Button, 36, outside of Candy & Grocery Shop earlier this week.

Button was found shot at approximately 11:40 p.m. Monday, police said.

She was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Washington State University In Shock After QB Found Dead In Apt

Washington State University is reeling after learning a star football player was found dead in his apartment Tuesday afternoon.

Pullman Police released a statement saying officers arrived to find quarterback Tyler Hilinski, 21, dead. Police went there for a welfare check after the young QB failed to show up for practice.

Hilinski was a redshirt sophomore and appeared in several games last season when starter Luke Falk struggled. Hilinski’s best performance was helping WSU come back from 21 points down in the fourth quarter to beat Boise State in triple overtime. Continue reading