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Bath Time: GOP Lawmaker Beheads Chicken In Facebook Video, Ivanka Gets Slammed On Twitter

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What the cluck – Mike Moon, a Missouri state rep, posted a video of himself decapitating a chicken to help introduce his new anti-abortion bill on Monday.

In the Facebook video, Moon had a live chicken hanging like a piñata from a tree. He proceeded to break the chicken’s neck and rip out it’s heart, all while casually explaining his legislation as if he was not arms deep in a chicken. The video, which looks like it was shot by his neighbor, was probably not the most effective way to reach his audience as presumably everyone was distracted by the fact that he just murdered a chicken with his bare hands.

Gov. Eric Greitens had called a special session to limit abortion, the Huffpost reported.

“So we’ve been called back to this special session for the primary purpose of supporting life, protecting the unborn specifically,” Moon said in his video. “I think we need to get to the heart of the matter here. So today, I’m filing a bill that will lead to the stopping of abortion in the state of Missouri and I hope you’ll support it.”

Facebook users were freaked out by Moon’s disturbing demonstration, which he suggested was similar to what you do to a baby when you have an abortion.

Watch the video at your own risk here.

Smirnoff’s latest ad targets Trump – Smirnoff Vodka’s new ad campaign takes a shot at President Trump after he said he would “100 percent” testify under oath about Comey’s accusations.

Founded in Moscow, the vodka company released an ad first spotted in the New York area, which pictured a Moscow Mule cocktail and a slogan that read: “Made in America, but we’d be happy to talk about our ties to Russia under oath.”

“The recent interest in American-made products created the perfect opportunity to reinforce that fact and the brand’s roots in Russia — with a wink and nod to current affairs,” a spokesperson for Diageo, the spirits giant that owns Smirnoff, said.

Check out the ad here.

Ivanka Trump gets roasted on Twitter – If the “level of viciousness” against her father surprised Ivanka Trump, then I would love to hear what she thinks of the rash of Twitter responses she got Monday.

When the Prez’s daughter tweeted about how surprised she was at the “level of viciousness,” against her father, the Twittersphere upped their game and showed her what “viciousness” really means.

If Ivanka was expecting Trump’s presidency to be greeted with flowers and rainbows, then she has either lived under a rock for the last 10 years or just underestimated the ruthlessness of people in America.

John Podhoretz, a New York Post columnist, put the word “viciousness” in perspective for poor Ivanka.

Anchor of BBC World News America, Katty Kay, wondered if Ivanka ever learned the third grade lesson on context clues.

Congressman Ted Lieu wasn’t buying the innocence card.

Now that’s viciousness for you, Ivanka.