Rep. Lauren Boebert Has Most Useless Take On Mass Shootings Yet

Dwyane Wade, a Miami Heat legend, joins Utah Jazz ownership group

Former NBA star Dwyane Wade is joining the Utah Jazz ownership group.

Wade has become close with new Jazz owner Ryan Smith, who owns the team with a small group of investors.

The NBA approved the sale of the Jazz to Smith in December. Smith, a 44-year-old billionaire and founder of Qualtrics, became friends with Wade shortly after Wade retired from pro basketball in 2019.

“Partnering with Ryan and the Utah Jazz is the perfect fit as we share the same vision and values,” Wade said in a statement. “Not only is this group focused on building a championship franchise, they are also committed to using their platform to do good and actively create a more inclusive, equitable world. We share a lot of the same goals and are trying to go the same places in life.

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PHOTOS: Snow blankets Denver during spring storm – The Denver Post

Denver and many surrounding areas began Friday under a Winter Weather Advisory. Snow tapered off as Denver crept towards a high of 36 degrees Friday, predicted by the National Weather Service in Boulder. The metro area and plains will dry out during the afternoon, but a stray shower could redevelop. Denver will chill to 27 degrees overnight, with another half-inch of snow possible.

Denver weather: One snowstorm wraps up, but there’s more snow ahead

Kate Presutti Tapped As EVP Of Development For Sofia Vergara’s Latin World Entertainment

EXCLUSIVE: Kate Presutti has joined the team at Latin World Entertainment as EVP of Development. She will head development and produce projects for the company’s rapidly growing slate.

Presutti has twelve years of experience in development and production across multiple platforms, most recently as a content lead for alternative series at Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitmans’ digital platform, Quibi. Prior to Quibi, she was a creative producer at Google, leading strategic content initiatives and programs for emerging talent. Before this, Presutti’s career was shaped as producer in late night television, first at Jimmy Kimmel Live! and then as an early employee & creative leader on the team responsible for launching the Emmy Award winning show, ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’.

Vergara founded Latin World Entertainment with her business partner, Luis Balaguer. Since its origination, Latin World Entertainment has become a multi-service company offering a 360-degree approach and is the premier Hispanic talent management and entertainment-marketing firm in the US. The company represents the biggest stars, opinion-makers and trendsetters in the Spanish-speaking entertainment world and leverages that star power to take brands and products directly into the burgeoning Hispanic market.

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What you need to know for MLS 2021 opening weekend: Live TV and streaming info, game schedule, power rankings

The 26th Major League Soccer season kicks off Friday with a 13-game slate across three days.

The national television slate includes the defending MLS Cup champion Columbus Crew hosting the 2020 Supporters' Shield winners, the Philadelphia Union (Sunday, 5:30 p.m. ET on FS1) and the MLS Cup runner-up Seattle Sounders hosting Minnesota United (Friday, 9:30 p.m. on FS1). Expansion team Austin FC plays Saturday in its inaugural game against Los Angeles FC (6 p.m., FOX). David Beckham's Inter Miami CF hosts the LA Galaxy on Sunday (3 p.m. ET, ABC). 

Here is what you need to know for the opening weekend of the 2021 MLS season:

Rep. Lauren Boebert Has Most Useless Take On Mass Shootings Yet

Gun-obsessed Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) didn’t have a lot to say about the latest mass shooting ― but what she did say was so useless, Twitter users couldn’t help but notice.

On Friday, the Colorado congresswoman continued her streak of looking ridiculous on the social media platform by offering a different take from the usual “thoughts and prayers” after Thursday’s mass shooting in Indianapolis: “Mass shootings are illegal.”

Yes, of course mass shootings are illegal. But as anyone who might have followed the news over the last few decades might notice, the illegality of mass shootings hasn’t deterred them.

In addition, certain Second Amendment hard-liners like Boebert are unwilling to consider policies that could reduce gun violence.

Not surprisingly, many Twitter users weren’t impressed by the congresswoman’s simplistic tweet.

But Boebert didn’t get dragged just for stating the obvious without offering solutions.

Many users criticized Boebert and fellow first-term Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) for being the only two House members to vote against a bill that would reauthorize the National Marrow Donor Program, according to RawStory.

In addition, Boebert has self-owned numerous times in the past few weeks, which you can see in the links below.