Here are the other stories conservatives are talking about today.
TIFFANY CROSS OUT: MSNBC has cut ties with controversial host Tiffany Cross, The New York Post reported Friday. Cross’ inflammatory on-air remarks, including frequent harangues against white voters and the GOP, sparked backlash on numerous occasions and may have contributed to her departure, according to the Post. Read more.
TRUMP 2024 IS ON: Former president Donald Trump’s team has set a tentative date to announce he is running for reelection in 2024, Axios reported, citing sources familiar with the matter. Per Axios, Trump plans to capitalize on an anticipated “red wave” by making the announcement on Nov. 14, the Monday after the midterm elections. Read more.
KYRIE SUSPENDED: NBA star Kyrie Irving has been suspended by the Brooklyn Nets for at least five games. Irving ignited controversy by last week promoting on social media a book and movie that contain anti-Semitic tropes. Read more.
Kyrie Irving is asked again if he has any anti-Semitic beliefs: “I cannot be anti-Semitic if I know where I come from.” pic.twitter.com/wcpLTkMEtM
— philip lewis (@Phil_Lewis_) November 3, 2022
OCTOBER JOBS BEAT EXPECTATIONS: Despite ongoing interest rate increases by the Federal Reserve, employers added a higher-than-expected 261,000 jobs last month, the Labor Department reported Friday. Read more.