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With his experiments in “unnecessary censorship” — strategically placing bleeps where they were never needed — Jimmy Kimmel adds meaning to the most clichéd remarks. In an instant, the bleeped celebrities and politicians seem to be speaking their minds instead of merely blathering.

Of course in real life, Donald Trump actually requires no small amount of bleeping to make him family friendly. But when Kimmel bleeps him, the president-elect surprisingly sounds like he’s speaking the truth, for a change. (Trump appears at the very end, as Kimmel shrewdly saves the best for last.)

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Sen. Ted Cruz

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Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) opted to appear at the National Rifle Association convention in Houston, Texas on Friday after multiple Republican lawmakers backed out of making public appearances in wake of the Uvalde school shooting.

Now, Cruz is facing deep scrutiny not only for attending the conference but also for his remarks praising firearms. During the convention, Cruz also offered a number of reasons he believes are to blame for the shooting other than guns.

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A Georgia gun manufacturer is facing scrutiny for its disturbing ad shared just days prior to the mass school shooting in Uvalde, Texas.

According to HuffPost, on May 16, Daniel Defense —a firearm company that manufactures AR-15-style semi-automatic rifles like the one Salvador Ramos, the 18-year-old shooter who fatally shot two teachers and 19 students— posted an image of a young child holding an assault rifle.

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