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NOT FUNNY: Tom Arnold’s Sister Was The Original ‘Meth Queen’ Of The Midwest

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Actor Tom Arnold’s sister Lori Arnold is widely identified as the original “meth queen” of Iowa who was integrally involved in creating the drug crisis in the American Midwest.

While Tom Arnold debuts a new Viceland show about his search for Trump-related audiotapes, Arnold’s ex-wife Roseanne Barr is being killed off her own ABC sitcom. ABC is planning to kill Barr’s character with an opioid overdose on “The Conners” this fall, according to Barr’s interview with #WalkAway founder Brandon Straka. Barr called the network’s decision an “insult” to the many people who appreciated Barr’s family comedy since 1988.

The opioid crisis is no laughing matter, and many families have been devastated by meth addiction and the crossover appeal of prescription opioids.

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The History Channel credited Lori Arnold with “flooding” the Midwest with crystal meth while her brother was getting famous in Hollywood as a tabloid hanger-on. Barr divorced Arnold in 1994 and said that she hated him.

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“At the height of her production, she’s bringing in hundreds of thousands of dollars every month. Lower-level dealers begin buying Arnold’s pure product, and cutting it several times, flooding entire regions of the Midwest with cheap meth.”

Lori Arnold said in an interview that she was having “fun” selling meth.

Tom Arnold became famous for being an irritating tabloid figure who gained publicity and short-lived TV series for himself through his legitimately famous wife, TV’s Roseanne.

Arnold ambushed President Donald Trump’s friend Mark Burnett, the reality show producer, and his wife “Touched By An Angel” actress Roma Downey, as part of his upcoming anti-Trump television show.

In April, Arnold launched a disgusting sexist attack on Candace Owens, the black conservative activist who is garnering support after Kanye West praised her thinking skills.

Arnold deleted his tweet in which he stuck up for Black Lives Matter activist Shaun King, who has been accused of pretending to be black, and told Candace Owens to “suck racist d—.”

“That’s a lot of extra words @RealCandaceO so you can suck racist d— by trying to insult an actual hero @ShaunKing hahahaha. #MAGA,” Tom Arnold wrote.

Arnold is a left-wing Twitter person now, after he became quasi-famous as Roseanne Barr’s husband in the early 1990’s. After riding Roseanne’s popularity to a middling career, divorcing her, and now living the good life in California, Arnold seems to think it is okay to attack black conservative women.

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Transgender HHS Nominee Refuses to Say That Minors Shouldn’t Override Parents and Make Their Own Decisions About Transitioning

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At Thursday’s Senate confirmation hearings, Sen. Rand Paul confronted Rachel Levine, a transgender doctor and Biden’s Assistant HHS Secretary nominee, asking if “she” supports minors overriding their parents on transitioning to the opposite sex.

Do you support the government intervening to override the parents’ consent to give a child puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, and/or amputation surgery of breasts and genitalia?” Paul asked. “You have said that you’re willing to accelerate the protocols for ‘street kids.’ I’m alarmed that poor kids with no parents, who are homeless and distraught—you would just go through [with] this and allow that to happen to a minor.”

Paul then brought up Keira Bell, a biological female who started transitioning to a male at 16 years old and now deeply regrets her decision. Bell recently won a court case that accused the Tavistock Centre in London of rushing her transition without proper guidance. Paul says he hoped Levine “would have compassion” for Bell.

At 14 she went on the internet [and saw] something about transsexuals, she thought, ‘Well maybe that’s what I am.’ She ended up getting these puberty blockers, cross-sex hormones, she had her breasts amputated. But here’s what ultimately she says now, and this is a very insightful decision from someone who made a mistake but was led to believe this was a good thing by the medical community.”

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Paul quotes Bell as saying, “I made a brash decision as a teenager, as a lot of teenagers do, trying to find confidence and happiness. Except now the rest of my life will be negatively affected. […] Medicalized gender transitioning was a very temporary, superficial fix for a very complex identity issue.”

Paul then picks back up and repeats his concern that Levine won’t unequivocally say that minors shouldn’t be making their own decisions to amputate body parts and take cross-sex hormones.

For most of our history we have believed that minors don’t have full rights and the parents need to be involved. So I’m alarmed that you won’t say with certainty that minors should not have the ability to make the decision to take hormones that will affect them for the rest of their life. Will you make a more firm decision on whether minors should be involved in these decisions?

Levine’s response was as follows: “Senator, transgender medicine is a very complex and nuanced field, and if confirmed to the position of Assistant Secretary of Health, I would certainly be pleased to come to your office and talk with you and your staff about the standards of care…”

So the answer to Paul’s original question, then, is “no.” Levine does not think parents should have the authority to prevent their children from transitioning to the opposite sex. She should just say that rather than try to sidestep it with the cop-out that “transgender medicine is very complex and nuanced.”

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