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Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminates Donald Trump: ‘You’re As Irrelevant As An Old Tweet’ — Watch

Arnold Schwarzenegger has issued a powerful warning message to Americans, comparing the pro-Trump riot on Capitol Hill to the rise of Nazi Germany in the 1930s.Arnold Schwarzenegger has issued a powerful warning message to Americans, comparing the pro-Trump riot on Capitol Hill to the rise of Nazi Germany in the 1930s.FeedzyRead More
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Arnold Schwarzenegger has issued a powerful warning message to Americans, comparing the pro-Trump riot on Capitol Hill to the rise of Nazi Germany in the 1930s.

Arnold Schwarzenegger has lambasted President Donald Trump in a powerful PSA, in which he compared the siege on Capitol Hill to the rise of Nazi Germany. The former Governor of California took to Twitter on January 10, releasing an eight-minute-long video in which he declared Trump the “worst president ever”. Discussing his childhood in Austria, Arnold noted that he grew up among the impact of Kristallnacht, which he described as “a night of rampage against the Jews carried out in 1938 by the Nazi equivalent of the Proud Boys.” He added, “Wednesday was the Day of Broken Glass right here in the United States. But the mob did not just shatter the windows of the Capitol. They shattered the ideas we took for granted … [and] trampled the very principles on which our country was founded.”

The 73-year-old then put the President on blast, and warned Americans to be “aware of the dire consequences of selfishness and cynicism.” “[Trump] sought a coup by misleading people with lies,” he said. “President Trump is a failed leader. He will go down in history as the worst president ever. The good thing is he will soon be as irrelevant as an old tweet.” The former pro bodybuilder also criticized other members of the Republican party for standing by Trump’s lies, quoting President Theodore Roosevelt, who said: “Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the president.”

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Arnold Schwarzenegger criticized Donald Trump in a new video. Image: AP Images

In the conclusion of the lengthy clip, Arnold congratulated President-elect Joe Biden on his “free and fair” election victory and wished him all the best when he takes office later this month. Arnold certainly isn’t the only high-profile figure to criticize the Capitol riots. Michelle Obama laid into Donald Trump with a passionate statement, in which she called the president “infantile and unpatriotic.” The former First Lady added that Trump, “can’t handle the truth of his own failures.”




Alex Trebek’s daughter praises late ‘Jeopardy’ host after his last episode: ‘You were extraordinary’

Instead of taking time out to celebrate her 55th birthday online, Nicky Trebek praised her late father.Instead of taking time out to celebrate her 55th birthday online, Nicky Trebek praised her late father.FeedzyRead More
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Nicky Trebek decided to skip an online celebration of her 55th birthday, instead praising her late father.

The singer-songwriter and fashion designer dedicated an Instagram post to “Jeopardy!” host Alex Trebek on Friday, Jan. 8, which also happened to be the final pre-recorded episode featuring her dad.

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“You were extraordinary!!!” She captioned her post alongside a photo that showed she had previously written “Jeopardy! Forever!”

And fans wholeheartedly agreed with her statement in the comments section.

“Your amazing dad will always be the G.O.A.T (greatest of all time), and we, his fans, will always love him too. What an amazing man,” one Instagram user wrote. “Sending you a big hug Nicky.”

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“Watched it with my mom. We both cried. I could go on forever about him, but I’m sure you know much more than I do,” another person commented. “Thanks to your dad for always being such a positive impact on my life just through the TV.”

“Your Dad was amazing! He will be missed very much – even by millions who never got to meet him,” a different user shared. “Sending love your way! Tribute was bittersweet – loved it though! Loved the ‘fist pump” at the end… cried like a baby! Thank you for sharing your Dad with the world!”

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Trebek died on Nov. 8, 2020, at the age of 80. He had been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer.

Since then, pre-recorded episodes of “Jeopardy!” had been airing posthumously.

The show aired a tribute video that displayed highlights from the 37 seasons he has hosted.

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“Dedicated to Alex Trebek,” text at the end of the tribute said. “Forever in our Hearts. Always our Inspiration.”

Starting next week, guest hosts will take over Trebek’s role in the trivia game show.

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A permanent replacement has not been determined.




Jason Rantz: Big Tech censorship – the Left should be most worried about this conservative purge

It took just about 24 hours for Big Tech’s conservative purge to commence and it sure seemed coordinated.It took just about 24 hours for Big Tech’s conservative purge to commence and it sure seemed coordinated.FeedzyRead More
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It took just about 24 hours for Big Tech‘s conservative purge to commence and it sure seemed coordinated.

Twitter banned President Donald Trump and associated accounts. Facebook did the same, though perhaps not permanently. Their conservative competitor Parler was suspended from Apple and Google web services, effectively taking it offline.

The reason? Trump’s tweet announcing he would skip the inauguration was interpreted by some as an invitation for another riot in D.C.

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But Democrats celebrating censorship, and social media companies flaunting their decisions with specious justifications, should be wary. The very same desire to silence a political opponent will come for them. And the tech giants trying to please the party in charge just backed a move that puts their political future in jeopardy. How do you think Republicans will respond when they retain power?

Violence, threats or otherwise, should always be condemned swiftly, of course. Usually, though, you remove the offending responses, not the nondescript announcement about skipping an event Democrats hoped Trump wouldn’t attend to begin with.

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It was a confusing move to many, given Twitter never seemed very interested in removing even explicit calls to violence.

Following the death of George Floyd, Colin Kaepernick told his legion of followers that “revolting is the only option” and that they “have the right to fight back.” Then-congressional candidate Cori Bush asked activists to show up to protests to “disrupt peace” because if they’re “peaceful … it’s NOT a protest.”

We know what happened next. Those tweets remain online, by the way, along with those from dictators, terrorists, anti-Semites and Antifa members organizing online. Somehow they don’t violate Twitter’s terms of service. Team Trump’s? Or the legions of conservative accounts using Parler to connect with their community? Purged and taken down.

Democrat politicians cheered on the conservative Big Tech purge.

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., congratulated Twitter for the ban, while Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., called it “long overdue.” Sen. Mazzie Hirono, D-Hawaii, with the only cultural reference she could muster nearly 20 years old, mocked Trump by tweeting, “Gollum has lost his precious.” Guess tweets inciting violence aren’t all that serious to the senator.

Members of the media were pleased too, with some even calling for more censorship.

CNN’s Abby Phillip snarkily tweeted the president could always release statements through the press pool. Yahoo! News national correspondent Alexander Nazaryan encouraged Twitter to ban other conservative voices.

In the long term, Big Tech has created a political nightmare for Democrats.

The Left should be more worried than conservatives.

In the short term, Big Tech fed into the worst instincts of the activist base. They showed that you can, in fact, silence your worst enemies on their biggest platforms. While screaming about the threats of fascism, left-wing mobs have “canceled” those who hold mainstream views that progressives simply dislike.

It won’t take long before the base turns on its own party. Democrats will never be left-wing enough to satisfy activists because they set both their enemies and allies up to fail. Progressives say not only are mere words violence, but silence is violence, too. Even Democrats are destined to fail in the progressive reality unless you kowtow to their worldview by saying the words they want you to say, when they want you to say it.

The next several years will be miserable for Democrats if they do not give in to every progressive demand. But giving in to fringe ideas makes midterm defeat inevitable.

In the long term, Big Tech has created a political nightmare for Democrats.

There was near-universal condemnation of the Capitol siege, but a very loyal and large Trump base became antagonistic toward Republicans who blamed the president for both the riot and the losses in Georgia. The fractions were growing. But they very quickly found a new enemy,

Fundamentally, Americans don’t like censorship and conservatives are generally wary of Big Tech. Conservatives were told there’s no social media bias. But they ban conservatives on social media. They said to create your own platform. Then they took that platform down.

After a weekend of conservative social media purging, suddenly conservatives found themselves reuniting as a community. They were, yet again, the target of the Left and they turned to each other to gripe, to comfort, and to start to strategize.

Now they just need a leader. Whomever it is now has the perfect issue that plays to a crucial constituency: rural voters. With the right candidates, rural voters can keep a party in power for generations.

Rural voters do not want coastal elites, particularly from Silicon Valley, telling them what or how to think. They have such disdain for elites that they loyally flocked to a brash, wealthy, braggadocious New Yorker in Trump simply because he spoke directly to them. Liberal elites? They talk at rural voters.

The GOP needs to find someone to connect with them, minus the Trump baggage, and Democrats may rue the day Big Tech decided to give in to their calls to de-platform the president and his followers.

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When Democrats face the political consequences of this unwise decision, they may very well find themselves on the receiving end of the very same mistreatment. Indeed, imagine the power to censor in the hands of your worst enemy.

Democrats may face vindictive calls for de-platforming, and social media companies could lose their Section 230 protections. Both actions would have serious implications. They may find themselves frustrated that few folks across the aisle are willing to come to their defense when issues like free speech are on the line. It’s kind of like what conservatives are feeling right now.

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‘All In’ Directors: Stacey Abrams And Georgia Only One Part Of History Of Voter Suppression – Contenders Documentary

Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams plays a central role in the documentary All In: The Fight for Democracy, directed by Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortes, but the film from Amazon Studios shouldn’t be construed as “The Stacey Abrams Story.” The film has a bigger focus in mind, the directors say during Deadline’s Contenders Documentary […]Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams plays a central role in the documentary All In: The Fight for Democracy, directed by Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortes, but the film from Amazon Studios shouldn’t be construed as “The Stacey Abrams Story.” The film has a bigger focus in mind, the directors say during Deadline’s Contenders Documentary […]FeedzyRead More
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Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams plays a central role in the documentary All In: The Fight for Democracy, directed by Liz Garbus and Lisa Cortes, but the film from Amazon Studios shouldn’t be construed as “The Stacey Abrams Story.”

The film has a bigger focus in mind, the directors say during Deadline’s Contenders Documentary awards-season event, beyond exploring the Democratic candidate’s narrow loss in 2018 to Republican Brian Kemp, a defeat many attribute to Republican efforts to suppress the minority vote.

“The whole point of this film was that the election in 2018…has been hundreds of years in the making,” Garbus says. “And you can’t understand what happened in that race without understanding our history.”

That history is a grim one, marked by the use of violence or other means to keep people of color from casting ballots. Lately, the filmmakers argue, Republicans have invoked the red herring of “voter fraud” to disenfranchise Black and brown people.

“What’s so unfortunate is there is no statistical information that validates this story of voter fraud,” Cortes says. “What it comes down to is a power struggle. How do you hold on to your power? You create myths that you share to those people who are most susceptible to leaning into it.”

Abrams has become a hero to many Democrats because of the voter-registration drive she led after her 2018 loss helped turn Georgia blue in the 2020 presidential race. It led to the Democrats’ double victories in the state’s Senate runoff elections last week that no less than shifted control of the Senate to Dems.

“This is not something that just happened with Stacey because of the 2018 race against Kemp. It’s a part of not only her work but it’s a part of her life,” Cortes notes. “I think the hero spotlight is one that has been shining on her for a long time. It’s just that more people see it now.”




Marsha Zazula Dies: Cofounder Of Influential Megaforce Records Was 68

Marsha Zazula, who cofounded Megaforce Records in 1983 with her husband Jon (Jonny Z), died today at age 68, her daughter confirmed. No cause of death was revealed. “RIP Mom April 21, 1952 -January 10, 2021 Your love, Your strength, Your memory and Your music has changed lives and will continue to FOREVER,” wrote Rikki […]Marsha Zazula, who cofounded Megaforce Records in 1983 with her husband Jon (Jonny Z), died today at age 68, her daughter confirmed. No cause of death was revealed. “RIP Mom April 21, 1952 -January 10, 2021 Your love, Your strength, Your memory and Your music has changed lives and will continue to FOREVER,” wrote Rikki […]FeedzyRead More
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Marsha Zazula, who cofounded Megaforce Records in 1983 with her husband Jon (Jonny Z), died today at age 68, her daughter confirmed. No cause of death was revealed. “RIP Mom April 21, 1952 -January 10, 2021 Your love, Your strength, Your memory and Your music has changed lives and will continue to FOREVER,” wrote Rikki […]




Arnold Schwarzenegger condemns Trump as ‘worst president ever’ after Capitol riot

Arnold Schwarzenegger issued a lengthy statement condemning Donald Trump for the violence that broke out at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.Arnold Schwarzenegger issued a lengthy statement condemning Donald Trump for the violence that broke out at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6.FeedzyRead More
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Arnold Schwarzenegger issued a lengthy video statement Sunday condemning Donald Trump for the violent sacking of the U.S. Capitol.

The actor and former GOP governor of California posted a more than seven-minute video on Twitter addressing the siege of the Capitol building last week by a pro-Trump mob.

Schwarzenegger began by noting that he immigrated to the United States from Austria, where he saw a lot of the guilt and heartbreak that former Nazi soldiers experienced following World War II.

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“I grew up in Austria, and I’m very aware of Kristallnacht, or the ‘Night of Broken Glass.’ It was a night of rampage against the Jews carried out in 1938 by the Nazi equivalent of the Proud Boys,” he said in the video. “Wednesday was the Day of Broken Glass right here in the United States. The broken glass was in the windows of the United States Capitol, but the mob did not just shatter the windows of the Capitol, they shattered the ideas we took for granted. They did not just break down the doors of the building that housed American democracy. They trampled the very principles on which our country was founded.”

Arnold Schwarzenegger released a lengthy statement about the riots at the U.S. Capitol

Arnold Schwarzenegger released a lengthy statement about the riots at the U.S. Capitol
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Schwarzenegger went on to reveal that his father used to come home drunk when he was a child and abuse him and his mother.

“I did not hold him totally responsible because our neighbor was doing the same thing to his family and so was the next one over,” he said. “I heard it with my own ears and saw it with my own eyes.”

“It all started with lies, and lies, and lies and intolerance. So, being from Europe, I’ve seen firsthand how things can spin out of control,” he added.

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He stopped short of saying that America was headed in the same direction as pre-war Germany, but noted that the current situation could lead to “dire consequences” for U.S. democracy.

From there, Schwarzenegger turned his sights directly on Trump and his Republican supporters.

“President Trump tried to overturn the results of an election, and of a fair election. He sought a coup by misleading people with lies. My father and our neighbors were misled also with lies, and I know where such lies lead,” he said. “President Trump is a failed leader. He will go down in history as the worst president ever. The good thing is that he will soon be as irrelevant as an old tweet. But what are we to make of those elected officials who have enabled his lies and his treachery? I will remind them of what Teddy Roosevelt said: ‘Patriotism means to stand by the country. It does not mean to stand by the president.'”

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The actor then held up a prop sword from his movie “Conan” and explained that a sword gets stronger the more it is tempered by a blacksmith. He likened that to the trials and tribulations that American democracy has undergone throughout the years, suggesting that the nation is stronger for it.

He concluded by calling on everyone to rally behind President-elect Joe Biden.

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“We need to heal not as Republicans or Democrats, but as Americans. Now, to begin this process, no matter what your political affiliation is, I ask you to join me in saying to President-elect Biden, ‘President-elect Biden, we wish you great success as our president. If you succeed, our nation succeeds. We support you with all our hearts as you seek to bring us together.’

“And to those who think they can overturn the United States Constitution, know this — you will never win. President-elect Biden, we stand with you today, tomorrow and forever in defense of our democracy and those who would threaten it.'”




Director Garrett Bradley Says ‘Time’ Follows In Path Of Acclaimed Ava DuVernay Film – Contenders Documentary

Garrett Bradley, the award-winning director of Time, says her documentary “really stands on the shoulders of a film like 13th.” Ava DuVernay’s 2016 film took a macro view of the issue of mass incarceration, while Time, from Amazon Studios, concentrates on a micro one. It tells the story of Sibil Fox Richardson, known as Fox […]Garrett Bradley, the award-winning director of Time, says her documentary “really stands on the shoulders of a film like 13th.” Ava DuVernay’s 2016 film took a macro view of the issue of mass incarceration, while Time, from Amazon Studios, concentrates on a micro one. It tells the story of Sibil Fox Richardson, known as Fox […]FeedzyRead More
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Garrett Bradley, the award-winning director of , says her documentary “really stands on the shoulders of a film like 13th.”

Ava DuVernay’s 2016 film took a macro view of the issue of mass incarceration, while Time, from Amazon Studios, concentrates on a micro one. It tells the story of Sibil Fox Richardson, known as Fox Rich, a mother of six who fought for decades for the release of her incarcerated husband.

“There’s essentially an invisible population of [2.3 million] people–invisible by design–and…the only evidence of this situation is often time in the families that are also serving time on the outside,” Bradley says during Deadline’s Contenders Documentary awards-season event. “We have the facts; they’re out there. I think we need to start to understand the effects as well.”

While Fox’s husband Rob remained behind bars as Time was being made, Bradley says she kept him in the loop.

“It was also really important for Fox and for the family that although [Rob] wasn’t physically present he did have agency in understanding what we were doing, why we were doing it, being able to have input,” Bradley says. “I met with him during visitation, we talked on the phone…So he was an active participant, very much so.”

Bradley is asked whether she maintains hope for the future, following a year in which the country made some attempt to confront systemic racial injustice. “I think we have to be optimistic in order to manifest change,” she replies. “I think we can’t give up.”




TikTok user goes viral showing life while she quarantines in New York City hotel

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This is what it’s like to live in a New York City hotel with COVID-19.

A resident of the city is chronicling her stay at a popular hotel near LaGuardia Airport while she isolates after testing positive for the coronavirus. Unlike most hotel stays, she’s not showing off the amenities or sights of the city and is instead focusing on her experiences in isolation.

Leala Grindstaff posted a video to her TikTok account on Dec. 30 explaining that she had just tested positive for COVID-19 and that she would be spending the next two weeks quarantining at a hotel through the city’s Hotel Isolation Program. In a video published about a week later, she explained that she chose to participate in the program because she lives in a four-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment and didn’t feel like she could properly isolate herself from the people she lives with.

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Grindstaff is staying at the LaGuardia Plaza Hotel. In her videos, she details the food she’s provided and how she spends her time.

In an interview with NY 1, she explained that she wanted people to know what her experience was like. She said, “They’re like, ‘Oh, I don’t know. How would I eat, or how would I be taken care of if I had a medical emergency or something like that?’ And I wanted people to know that the nurses are here for you 24/7. There’s a table, the nurse table on this side of the hallway, right outside my door.”

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In one video, she showed off the meals she received, which included a breakfast made up of an egg and cheese sandwich, a muffin, orange juice, an orange and some coffee. While Grindstaff described the coffee as “gross,” she seemed pleased with the rest of her meal.

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According to NYC.gov, the Isolation Hotel Program is a free service to eligible New Yorkers who have tested positive for coronavirus and are unable to self-isolate due to their living situation.




Google, Microsoft, Verizon on Biden Inauguration Committee donor list

Google, Microsoft, and Verizon are among President-elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration Committee donors.Google, Microsoft, and Verizon are among President-elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration Committee donors.FeedzyRead More
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Google, Microsoft, and Verizon are among President-elect Joe Biden’s Inauguration Committee donors.

The Biden Inaugural Committee released a list of all contributors who donated over $200, but didn’t specify how much each contributor donated.

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News that Google donated to the inaugural committee comes amid conservative furor after the tech company said it would suspend social media platform Parler’s listing from its Play Store, citing a failure to moderate “egregious content” related to violence at the U.S. Capitol this week.

President-elect Joe Biden speaks at The Queen theater in Wilmington, Del., Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

President-elect Joe Biden speaks at The Queen theater in Wilmington, Del., Wednesday, Jan. 6, 2021. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)

In addition, Big Tech employees have landed top posts on the Biden-Harris transition team and Republicans are raising concerns that the additions to the team and the next administration are “evidence” that Silicon Valley “works hand in glove” with Democratic politicians.

At least nine different Biden transition team members or advisers previously held positions at Facebook, Google, or Twitter. And several transition team members worked in the Obama administration before joining one of the tech giants and then later reentering politics as part of the Biden team.

Corporate donations to inaugural committees are not unusual, and Microsoft was listed as giving $500,000 in equipment to Trump’s inauguration committee in 2017, CNBC reported. Google was listed as giving $285,000.

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Biden received roughly $12 million in contributions from employees in the “Internet” industry during the 2020 campaign, according to the Center for Responsive Politics.

Other corporations and organizations on the Biden Inaugural Committee’s donor list include Comcast, Qualcomm, Boeing, United Food and Commercial Workers and the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.

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The inaugural committee said it refused to take money from fossil fuel companies, their executives or PACs organized by them.

FOX Business’ Brittany De Lea and Fox News’ Peter Hasson and Brooke Singman contributed to this report.




Daughter gets the better of dad in historic college basketball matchup

Holy Cross women’s basketball coach Maureen Magarity got the best of her father, Army coach Dave Magarity, in their historic matchup Saturday afternoon.Holy Cross women’s basketball coach Maureen Magarity got the best of her father, Army coach Dave Magarity, in their historic matchup Saturday afternoon.FeedzyRead More
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Holy Cross women’s basketball coach Maureen Magarity got the best of her father, Army coach Dave Magarity, in their historic matchup Saturday afternoon.

The Crusaders defeated the Black Knights 80-46 in what is believed to be the first-ever father-daughter matchup in Division 1 college basketball history. Holy Cross guard Avery LaBarbera led the team with 23 points. Army guard Kaci Helmick had a team-high 13 points.

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“I don’t think either one of us thought it was going to go this way,” Maureen Magarity told reporters after the blowout win, via ESPN.

It was Maureen Magarity’s first win as Holy Cross’ head coach. The Crusaders didn’t start play until January and she previously spent 10 seasons at New Hampshire.

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“I came in thinking, ‘I hope it’s a good game, but I need to win,'” Dave Magarity said. “When I looked up and we were down by as many as 30, I’m thinking to myself, ‘What parallel universe am I living in? What is going on here?’

“It was a tough game; my head’s still spinning. We had been playing decent basketball, so I give them all the credit in the world. Their kids stepped up, they played great. There’s no question, I’m proud of her as a father and the fact that they were prepared.”

Army had 25 turnovers in the game and Holy Cross turned that into 31 points.

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Holy Cross will take on Army again on Sunday.