Well, I guess I was one of the ones who thought it would never happen, but it did I closed my door last nite, put on my diaper and my footed pajamas, thinking my mother would already be gone when had awoke. I turned off the light and went to sleep. I fell asleep hugging my elmo and sucking on a pacifier that I had hidden in the Velcro pocket elmo had on his back. I awoke groggily to the sound of my door opening; she came to wake me up because we had lost power during the night.
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A Massachusetts teen took to social media to publicly shame her mother after discovering the woman attended the Wednesday riot involving Trump supporters at the Capitol. According to the New York Post, Helena Duke, 18, outed Therese Duke on Twitter when she retweeted a viral video of her mom bleeding from the face after being clocked by a female officer. A follow-up tweet showed Helena sharing a screenshot of another photo of her mom, sans the bloody nose, for the nonbelievers who doubted her. The Post reported Therese violently attempted to snatch a cellphone from a Black female officer who was at the Capitol. The woman who was in uniform responded to the assault by jabbing the rioter in the face. As the group became more unruly, the unidentified officer was pushed into a crowd of officers. A fight ensued between cops and the insurgents, and pepper spray was used to subdue the mob.
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