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Video: Woman in PBS Documentary Feels “Sense of Peace” About Aborting Her Twins

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A video clip from a PBS documentary features a woman describing her “sense of peace” at aborting her two twin babies.

The footage shows the woman being instructed by a doctor to take medical abortion pills.

“This is the stuff that makes the pregnancy stop growing and unattach a little bit from the uterus,” explains the doctor, before noting how a second pill taken 24 hours later “helps to induce the cramping and the bleeding that will actually help the body push the pregnancy tissue out of her uterus” and facilitate “miscarriage symptoms”.

The woman then relates her feelings about the abortion.

“What I hope I feel is a sense of peace, not only with myself in the decision that I’ve made but also a sense of peace with these two beings that I’ve chosen not to bring into the world,” she states, adding in regards to the responsibility of pregnancy, “I can’t do it right now”.

Abortion is gross. It should never be discussed in anything other than a completely somber tone.

This clip illustrates how many on the left, if not celebratory, are completely blasé about terminating the lives of defenseless infants.

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Joe Biden Asks For 10-Year-Old Girl’s Address, Tells Her She’s “Good Looking”

Creepy Uncle Joe back up to his old tricks.

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Joe Biden is being criticized for his creepy behavior once again after he asked a 10-year-old girl for her address and said, “I’ll bet you’re as bright as you are good-looking.”

The incident occurred when Biden responded to a question from the child during an American Federation of Teachers Town Hall in Houston.

“If you give me (your) address, I’m gonna write you a longer answer and tell you the exact things I would do, OK?” said Biden before adding, “I’ll bet you’re as bright as you are good-looking.”

After learning that her favorite subject was journalism, Biden then led the girl over to reporters, held her by the shoulders and whispered something in her ear.

The Washington Post’s national political reporter Felicia Sonmez thought the encounter was “odd,” tweeting, “Recall that Biden filmed a video last month in which he vowed to respect women’s personal space. Seems he hasn’t quite gotten the message.”

As Zero Hedge notes, “complimenting a 10-year-old prepubescent girl on her good looks” doesn’t quite jive with Biden’s promise to reset the “boundaries” of personal space.

As we document in the video below, this is by no means abnormal behavior for Biden.

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“A Tsunami of Fake Sh*t”: Joe Rogan Sounds Alarm on Deep Fake Videos

“They can make video of you saying things from a single photograph”.

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Podcaster Joe Rogan has sounded the alarm on deep fake videos after researchers at Samsung AI were able to professionally create talking heads out of people in old black and white photos and even paintings.

Working at the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, the scientists have been able to simplify “realistic neural talking head models” which normally require a huge dataset of images to look genuine.

The researchers created life-like talking heads with just a few images of a person and even in some cases just a single image.

“Here, we present a system with such few-shot capability,” write the scientists. “It performs lengthy meta-learning on a large dataset of videos, and after that is able to frame few- and one-shot learning of neural talking head models of previously unseen people as adversarial training problems with high capacity generators and discriminators. Crucially, the system is able to initialize the parameters of both the generator and the discriminator in a person-specific way, so that training can be based on just a few images and done quickly, despite the need to tune tens of millions of parameters. We show that such an approach is able to learn highly realistic and personalized talking head models of new people and even portrait paintings.”

The video example of the study shows a painting of the Mona Lisa talking animatedly. A photo of Albert Einstein is also brought to life.

“They can make video of you saying things from a single photograph,” tweeted Joe Rogan after watching the video. “I feel like the water just dramatically pulled back from the shore and we’re about to experience a tsunami of fake shit.”

Numerous people have warned that bad actors could exploit deep fake technology to frame people for doing and saying things that never actually happened.

Terrorists or rogue states could also use the technology to fake world leaders making hoax statements that could be used for propaganda or even to start wars.

However, the scientists behind the project argue that the technology will have positive purposes.

“It will lead to a reduction in long-distance travel and short-distance commute,” writes Egor Zakharov. “It will democratize education, and improve the quality of life for people with disabilities. It will distribute jobs more fairly and uniformly around the World. It will better connect relatives and friends separated by distance.”

Zakharov says that in the future, people will be represented by “realistic semblances of themselves” and that concerns over “deep fakes” are overblown because “Hollywood has been making fake videos (aka “special effects”) for a century” and hoaxes are easily detected.

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CNN’s Anderson Cooper Mocks Fox News Host by Making Bizarre Facial Expressions

“Ummm Is Anderson ok?”

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During a segment on his CNN show last night, Anderson Cooper mocked Fox News host Jeanine Pirro by making a series of bizarre facial expressions.

After calling Pirro “the president’s Islamophobe-in-arms,” Cooper proceeded to attempt to mimic her facial expressions during her most recent Fox News open.

However, the effort bore few similarities to Pirro and Cooper just came off looking as if he was about to shapeshift into an interdimensional reptoid.

“Ummm Is Anderson ok?” asked Jon Levine.

A close up of Cooper’s face only made the performance look even weirder.

Apparently, the CNN host thinks that contorting his face is a substitute for an actual counter-argument.

With content like this, CNN is sure to recover some of the 26 per cent of viewers it has lost in the last year.

Maybe the fact that 100 CNN employees were recently given “voluntary buyouts,” with rumors of more job cuts on the way, means that there’s no one left to write Cooper’s scripts and he’s reduced to making sophomoric facial insults in the absence of actual words.

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