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  • Owens said she had no interest in politics before 2015, and that as of 2018 she had never voted. [1] However, in 2017, she began describing herself as a conservative Trump supporter and called Trump the "savior" of Western civilization. [2]

  • Owens has called climate change a lie used to "extract dollars from Americans". [1]

  • Owens has promoted Russian propaganda, including false claims about NATO, Ukraine, and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy. [1][2]

  • Following the 2020 election, Owens promoted Trump's false conspiracy theories, saying, "the American election was clearly rigged." [1]

  • Owens has compared vaccine outreach programs to “a child predator” and “Hitler youth programs”. [1] She has also called the trans movement "satanic". [1]

  • Owens described the #MeToo movement as "stupid" and said she "hated" it. [1]


Candace Owens







Candace Amber Owens

April 29, 1989

HS Diploma

Media Personality

Conservative, Far-Right

George Farmer (m. 2019)

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  • After Joe Biden won the 2020 election and Donald Trump refused to concede, Owens promoted Trump's claims of mass fraud, saying, "the American election was clearly rigged." [1]

  • In 2021, while on Fox News, Owens implied, without evidence, that the Capitol insurrection was a false flag operation by the Democrats, saying, “The Reichstag fire [is] happening all over again in America. Democrats use it to consolidate power and to trample over the civil rights of half of the country”. [1]

  • In 2015, Owens supposedly left a “high-paying finance job” to start the website Degree 180, which offered consultation, production, and planning services. [1] The website included a blog, written by Owens, which frequently posted anti-conservative and anti-Trump content, including comments about Trump being racist and mocking Trump's penis size. [2][3] In a 2015 column that Owens wrote for the site, she criticized conservative Republicans, writing about the "bat-shit-crazy antics of the Republican Tea Party," adding, "The good news is, they will eventually die off (peacefully in their sleep, we hope), and then we can get right on with the OBVIOUS social change that needs to happen, IMMEDIATELY." The site reportedly shut down by the end of 2016, and Owens "came out" as a conservative on YouTube a few months later. [4][5][6][7][8]

  • In 2016, Owens wrote, "Call me weird, but personally, when it comes to my ovaries, I prefer to speak to my gynecologist. I don't think the leaders of the free world should have to be an expert on the issue, nor should they ever publicly voice their opinions." [1]

  • During a 2018 NBC interview, when asked about the 2016 election, Owens said, "Yeah, I didn't vote, exactly. This is the first time I've been politically inclined and active, and I think Donald Trump is a tremendous president. And I wanted to be educated. I wanted to do a deep dive before I started going out there and saying stuff as opposed to other people who mindlessly vote." [1]

  • Talking about the Covid-19 vaccine, Owens tweeted, "Not one person in my family will ever touch the Covid-19 vaccine. That is the decision that we have made, unabashedly, as a family... Medical freedom is an individual right that should never be infringed upon and any person who thinks otherwise has no place in our government.” [1]

  • In March 2022, with regards to the nomination Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, Owens tweeted, "Just making sure we are about to appoint a pedophile-apologist to the highest court in the land... because she's black." [1]

  • "You can still say whatever you want to say on social media, but you have to be willing to stand by your words." [1]

  • "Body shaming isn’t cool. Neither is lying." [1]

  • In a video under the heading “It’s okay to be normal,” Owens stated her opposition to the fat acceptance movement and said she “could not disagree with that more” because she is “so sick of women putting their cellulite on the internet.” She also complained about “the spectrum of freaks and people like Lena Dunham who constantly want to show you their fat rolls and cellulite.” [1]

  • "I realized that liberals were actually the racists. Liberals were actually the trolls." [1]

  • "I'm telling you, Donald Trump is going to be the Republican president who's going to crack the black vote. You can put that in writing." [1]

  • Owens launched in 2016, a website she said would expose bullies on the Internet by tracking their digital footprint. [1][2] In response, people began posting Owens' private details online. [3] With scant evidence, Owens blamed the doxing on progressives involved in the Gamergate controversy. [4] After this, she earned the support of conservatives involved in the Gamergate controversy, including right-wing political commentators and Trump supporters Milo Yiannopoulos and Mike Cernovich. Subsequently Owens became a conservative, saying in 2017, "I became a conservative overnight ... I realized that liberals were actually the racists. Liberals were actually the trolls ... Social Autopsy is why I'm conservative". [5]

  • Owens described the #MeToo movement, an international movement against sexual harassment and assault, as "stupid", a "witch hunt", and said that she "hated" it. [1] Owens wrote that the movement was premised on the idea that "women are stupid, weak & inconsequential". [2]

  • In May 2018, Owens suggested that "something bio-chemically happens" to women who do not marry or have children, and she linked to the Twitter handles of Sarah Silverman, Chelsea Handler, and Kathy Griffin, saying that they were "evidentiary support" of this theory. [1][2]

  • In 2018, Owens warned that "Europe will fall and become a Muslim-majority continent by 2050. There has never been a Muslim-majority country where sharia law was not implemented." [1]

  • At the launch of the British offshoot Turning Point UK in December 2018, Owens made comments about Adolf Hitler. [1] She was responding to an audience member who asked for a "long-term prognosis" about the terms "globalism" and "nationalism", to which Owens replied, "I actually don't have any problems at all with the word "nationalism". I think that the definition gets poisoned by elitists that actually want globalism. Globalism is what I don't want. Whenever we say "nationalism" the first thing people think about, at least in America, is Hitler. You know, [Hitler] was a national socialist, but if Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well, okay, fine. The problem is that he wanted—he had dreams outside of Germany. He wanted to globalize. He wanted everybody to be German, everybody to be speaking German. Everybody to look a different way. That's not, to me, that's not nationalism. [2]

  • In April 2022, Owens tweeted, "Our FBI is not stopping domestic terrorism, they are instigating it. This has become abundantly clear over the last few years. Up Next: January 6th." [1]

  • “The Biden administration is attempting to empower the IRS to monitor every single withdrawal, deposit, and transaction you make from your personal banking accounts, PayPal, Venmo, etc." This comment was rated "Mostly False" by Politifact. [1]

  • After mailed bombs were sent to Democrats back in 2018, Owens tweeted and then deleted, “I’m going to go ahead and state that there is a 0% chance that these ‘suspicious packages’ were sent out by conservatives. The only thing ‘suspicious’ about these packages is their timing. Caravans, fake bomb threats—these leftists are going ALL OUT for midterms.” [1]

  • "The left hates America, and Trump loves it, that's why people flocked to him." [1]

  • "I can't think of the last Asian that I ran into that talked about internment camps. But black people always want to talk to me about slavery." [1]

  • “According to its website Black Lives Matter, Inc is NOT a charity. It is a full-fledged corporation that does NOT have any locations.” This comment was rated "False" by Politifact. [1]

  • "That was the moment I wanted to use bitcoin: when I saw Harriet Tubman on a $20 bill. It's like, when you see all the slave movies, it's like, why you gotta keep reminding us about slavery? Why don't you put Michael Jordan on a $20 bill?" [1]

  • "If you look at things historically, Kanye West has really represented the battering ram against political correctness." [1]

  • "Play the black card expertly, and you can win awards, make millions - all the while claiming that the people who got you there somehow hate you." [1]

  • "For so long, black conservatives have not been able to have a voice; people who have bi-racial children, people in bi-racial relationships, it has been so black and white. I blame Obama. His eight years in office did a lot of damage in terms of race relations in this country." [1]

  • Following the January 6th, 2021 Capital insurrection, Owens accused Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of “faking her own attempted murder.” [1] Owens also claimed, without evidence, that Antifa was to blame for the insurrection, saying, "Call it a hunch, but my guess is there are still ANTIFA thugs in the mix." [2]

  • At the launch of Owens' "Blexit Foundation" in October 2018, Owens said that her "dear friend and fellow superhero Kanye West" designed merchandise for the movement. But the following day, West denied being the designer and disavowed the effort, saying "I never wanted any association with Blexit" and "I've been used to spread messages I don't believe in". [1][2][3]

  • "Black Americans are the most murderous group in America.” [1]

  • "My freedom doesn’t end where your fear begins." [1]

  • During a 2021 episode of The Candace Owens Show, Owens said that "the “trans movement ... is actually satanic.” [1] Owens has also called the movement for trans equality “one of the most dangerous” and “evil” things that is happening. [2]

  • "George Soros is "funding the chaos" in Minneapolis via his Open Society Foundations." [1]

  • Owens has said that the left is "destroying everything through this cultural Marxist ideology." [1]

  • "Many people today attempt to draw differences between communism and socialism – there are none." [1]

  • In 2020, Owens challenged the existence of white privilege, saying, "If white privilege exists— why are Asian-Americans the most successful group in America? If we award people based on race, why are Asians the top-earners, with best credit and the highest educational achievements? It’s almost as if liberals are completely full of shit." [1]

  • In 2018, rapper Kanye West tweeted "I love the way Candace Owens thinks" — though he has since distanced himself from her. [1]

  • In December 2020, Owens tweeted in response to a Harry Style's photo shoot, saying, "Your heterophobia is the reason straight men all across the world are dying." [1]

  • Owens tweeted on 2/2021 that she's considering running for President in 2024. [1]

  • Owens has described herself as being heavily influenced by the works of Ann Coulter, Milo Yiannopoulos, Ben Carson, and Thomas Sowell. [1]

  • Donald Trump Jr. told NBC News, “Everybody in our immediate family has met Candace on multiple occasions... and deeply appreciates what she has done to bridge the polarizing delta left by leftist politicians and their media cohorts, who wish to see this country divided.” [1]

  • In 2018, after Ben Shapiro made a negative comment about Owens' Oval Office meeting with Trump and Kim Kardashian, Owens tweeted back at Shapiro, "1) Don’t talk down to me. Ever again. 2) This was not a photo-op. The POTUS takes a pic w/ every person that he meets with in the Oval Office. 3)You have a way of complicating everything in an effort to be right about things that simply don’t matter. 4) It’s getting old."

  • After Joe Biden declared his intention to fill Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's seat with the first black woman, Ted Cruz mocked the idea, suggesting on Twitter, "@RealCandaceO for SCOTUS". [1]

  • In 2021, Owens called Chrissy Teigen a "malignant sociopathic narcissist" after Teigen apologized for some of her past tweets. [1]

  • In Dave Chappelle's 8:46 comedy special in 2020, which was dedicated to George Floyd, Chappelle said about Owens, "That rotten bitch, she’s the worst... I can’t think of a worse way to make money. She’s the most articulate idiot I’ve ever seen in my f**king life.” Afterwards, Chappelle jokingly apologized to Owens, saying, "By the way, Candace Owens, I’m sorry I called you ‘articulate.'” [1]

  • In a 2021 podcast episode featuring former Daily Show host Jon Stewart and Dave Chappelle, Stewart also commented on Owens, saying, “Her life is provocation, her brand is provocation, that’s how she makes her money,” adding that she offers “provocation and a troll that’s meant to increase brand recognition” rather than a “genuine offer of argument and exchange of ideas.” [1]

  • In 2022, Owens took an unprovoked shot at NBA star LeBron James, "To be clear, LeBron is a well-meaning person. I don’t think LeBron means to do bad. I just don’t think he’s that smart. I really do. I think LeBron James is low IQ." [1]

  • Owens said in 2022, “I suggest every American who wants to know what’s *actually* going on in Russia and Ukraine, read this transcript of Putin’s address. As I’ve said for month— NATO (under direction from the United States) is violating previous agreements and expanding eastward. WE are at fault.” [1] This comment was rated "Mostly False" by Politifact. [2] Additionally, Owens' views have been promoted by the Russian embassy after she tweeted that "Russian lives matter", while also disparaging the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement. [1][2]

  • Owens said in 2022, “President Zelensky is a very bad character who is working with globalists against the interests of his own people. I will not move one inch away from that assessment—ever—no matter how flowery the media depictions of him are." [1]

  • Owens said, “Ukraine wasn't a thing until 1989. Ukraine was created by the Russians”. [1] This is a false talking point directly from Putin's propaganda, [2] and was mocked by a Pulitzer-winning historian, Anne Applebaum, who responded, "Behold the face of pure ignorance". [3]

  • Owens has described the Black Lives Matter movement as "a bunch of whiny toddlers, pretending to be oppressed for attention." [1]

  • In June 2020, Owens falsely claimed that George Soros paid people to protest the murder of George Floyd. [1] Shortly afterwards, she argued that George Floyd "was not a good person. I don't care who wants to spin that." She said, "The fact that he has been held up as a martyr sickens me." [2] Then-President Trump retweeted Owens's remarks about Floyd. [3] In a Facebook video that garnered nearly 100 million views, Owens called Floyd a "horrible human being", citing his criminal record, and called racial biases among police a "fake narrative." [4] On April 20, 2021, Owens claimed that the guilty verdict given to former police officer Derek Chauvin for murdering George Floyd was influenced by "mob justice" supposedly being pushed by the mainstream media and the Democrats. [5] Owens also started a GoFundMe campaign for an Alabama business whose co-owner was widely criticized for calling Floyd a "thug." GoFundMe later kicked her off the platform, saying she violated its policies by spreading "falsehoods against the black community". [6] [7]

  • After the 2017 Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, Owens said that concern over rising white nationalism was "stupid". [1] She has also called it "just election rhetoric", and said, "Based on the hierarchy of what's impacting minority Americans, if I had to make a list of 100 things, white nationalism would not make the list." [2] In 2018, Owens dismissed reports of a resurgence in hate crimes, saying, "All of the violence this year primarily happened because of people on the left." [3] Additionally, in a 2019 hearing on hate crimes, Owens referred to the KKK as a "Democrat terrorist organization". [4]

  • During her April 2019 testimony before the House Judiciary Committee on the rise of hate crimes and white supremacists in the United States, Owens made the claim that the Southern strategy employed by the Republican Party to increase political support among white voters in the South by appealing to racism against African Americans was a "myth" that "never happened". [1] This comment was rated as "False" on Politifact. [2]

  • In June 2019, Owens said that African Americans had it better in the first 100 years after the abolition of slavery than they have since [1][2] and that socialism was at fault. [3] Owens has also said that "black Americans are doing worse off economically today than we were doing in the 1950s under Jim Crow", adding that this is because "we've only been voting for one party since then." [4]

  • in 2019, Owens said that what's harming black Americans isn’t “white supremacy, it’s liberal supremacy”. [1] She's also claimed that "the liberal people are the violent people in this country. The Democrat Party are the violent people." [2]

  • In 2020, Owens said that black people act like a “trained chimpanzee” whenever a black person is murdered by a white person. [1]

  • Owens now calls the NAACP “one of the worst groups for Black people,” despite the organization helping her win a racial discrimination lawsuit back in 2007. [1]

  • In 2020, Owens tweeted, "Fact: Black Lives Matter riots have destroyed more innocent black lives in the last month, than white police officers have in a decade." [1] Owens also tweeted in 2020: "Happy #MLKDay to everyone except the Democrats—who have literally been trying to inspire a race war over the last 4 years. #MAGA." [2]

  • Regarding a COVID-19 vaccine, Owens said in June 2020 that "under no circumstances will I be getting any #coronavirus vaccine that becomes available. Ever. No matter what." [1] She also referred to Bill Gates as a "vaccine-criminal", and said that he and the World Health Organization (WHO) used "African & Indian tribal children to experiment w/ non-FDA approved drug vaccines." [2][3] On August 8, 2021, Owens said in a Facebook post that "I still have not received the COVID-19 vaccine and have not demanded that any of my employees get it either. I am proud that I committed myself to standing firm against the bribery, media propaganda, coercion, celebrity-peer pressure campaign, plus censorship." and that "It is isn't easy to swim against such a polluted current but here I am. I trust my gut much more than trust Dr. Fauci." [4] Also in August, Owens falsely claimed that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) proposed "putting high risk people into camps to 'shield' low risk people from them". [5] This comment was rated "False" by Politifact. [6]

  • In a tweet, Owens claimed that the number of deaths from Coronavirus were being heavily overcounted, saying, "“Everyone is only dying of coronavirus now.” This comment was rated "False" by Politifact. [1]

  • In 2021, while on Fox News, Owens compared vaccine outreach programs to “a child predator” and “Hitler youth programs”, saying: "This is so reminiscent to me of when I studied Stalin youth programs, Hitler youth programs.” [1]

  • In 2021, Owens attracted media attention when she stated that the United States should "invade Australia", [1][2][3][4] saying that Australia had turned into a tyrannical Nazi-style "police state" due to its public health precautions against COVID-19, even though Australia's COVID-19 measures had overwhelming support among the Australian public. [5][6] Owens said that the comments were made "in jest" and that they had been misinterpreted by the media. [7]

  • In 2022, Owens called for the US to invade Canada to stop Justin Trudeau from cracking down on trucker protests, saying: "STOP talking about Russia. Send American troops to Canada to deal with the tyrannical reign of Justin Trudeau Castro... He has fundamentally declared himself dictator and is waging war on innocent Canadian protesters and those who have supported them financially." [1]

  • Owens baselessly suggested that Bob Saget may have died from the COVID-19 vaccine. [1]

  • In 2019, Owens tweeted about the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine, incorrectly stating that it "was not contagious". [1]

  • After ESPN host Stephen Smith said that getting vaccinated saved his life, Owens responded, "We've reached peak stupidity as a species". [1]

  • In 2022, Owens tweeted that "Joe Biden’s administration is guilty of mass murder” in defense of the anti-parasitic medication ivermectin, which the federal government does not recommend for COVID-19 use as it currently lacks data showing it has any affect at all. [1]

  • In December 2021, Owens interviewed former President Trump, who pushed back against Owens' vaccine allegations, saying, "People aren't dying when they take the vaccine." [1] Owens later criticized Trump, saying that he was too old to do his own online vaccine research. [2]

  • Owens has called climate change a lie used to "extract dollars from Americans". [1] Furthermore, when discussing climate change, Owens questioned the veracity of the publication "Scientific American" because their website had a ".com" address instead of ".org". [2]

  • Owens opposes abortion, [1] calling it a tool for the "extermination of black babies". [2]

  • Owens supports same-sex marriage. [1]

  • At the age of 32, Owens was a paid actress and dancer on, which is around the same time that she abruptly switched from being a far-left liberal to a far-right conservative. [1]

  • According to court documents, at the age of 28, Owens rented a luxury $3,500 per month apartment in Connecticut, lived there for six months without paying rent, and then, once the landlord, Building and Land Technology (BLT), began eviction proceedings, Owens claimed that she had gotten “toxic mold sickness” (which BLT says was caused by Owens' own negligence) and sued BLT. Owens alleges that the mold was so bad that she came down with 15 ailments, "Some or all of which may be permanent in nature". However, the landlord BLT counter-sued and won. In 2021, Owens was ordered to pay damages and legals fees to BLT. [1][2][3][4]

  • In 2022, Delaware’s Supreme Court upheld a judge’s dismissal of a lawsuit filed by Owens against USA Today and another media organization over fact-checking coronavirus posts she made on Facebook. [1]

  • In 2022, Owens was sued in Florida as part of a class-action suit alleging the founders of the right-wing “Let’s Go Brandon” (LGB) cryptocurrency, including promoters like Owens, engaged in a pump-and-dump scheme. [1]

  • Owens, along with people like Roger Stone and Dinesh D'Souza, has repeatedly promoted the $500 "Freedom Phone", which, in reality, is a simple rebranding of a budget Chinese phone called the "Umidigi A9 Pro," which can be purchased in China for approximately $120. [1][2]

  • On Memorial Day in 2021, Owens lashed out at Noami Osaka for her decision to withdraw from the French Open over mental health issues. On Twitter Owens wrote, "She's starting to get soooooo annoying. Just quit tennis and become a full time activist. You make millions and are now complaining (again) because you think you're a special snowflak that shouldn't have to do press conferences because they are a form of "mental abuse". However, after countless negative responses, Owens apparently had a change of heart, writing the next day, "Naomi Osaka made the right decision. Mental illness is serious and it is always an act of courage to step away to deal with personal issues. Emphasis on the word personal. It's becoming too fashionable for one person's experience to transform into a demand for everybody else..." [1]

  • In January 2022, Owens revealed her belief in the conspirace that the 1969 moon landing was faked, tweeting, "Now for some light-hearted fun. What's the one "conspiracy theory" that no mater what anyon says you believe is true. Mine is that the moon landing in 1969 was completely faked. Just nothing about it makes sense. Especially NASA "accidentally erasing" the original footage." [1]

  • On September 6, 2018, Owens visited Broward Transitional Center in Florida and then posted a video on YouTube with the headline “Candace Owens visits ICE immigration center it’s nicer than every school I attended!” In the video, Owens said that "children are being mistreated in this country, they are not the children that are sent to ICE immigration centers... They are the children that are in Chicago, they are the children that are in Baltimore, they are the children in Detroit.” [1]

  • On July 28, 2017, Owens stated she was in favor of banning transgender individuals who are undergoing sex reassignment surgery from serving in the United States military, but said that she did not oppose fully transitioned transgender individuals serving in the military. [1]

  • In October 2018, during the mail bombing attempts targeting prominent Democrats, Owens took to Twitter to promote the conspiracy theory that the mailings were sent by leftists. [1] After authorities on October 26 arrested a 56-year-old suspect who was a registered Republican and Trump supporter, Owens deleted her tweet without explanation. [2]

  • In August 2018, Owens had a dispute with Sam Lucas, cousin of Mollie Tibbetts, who had been murdered by Cristhian Bahena Rivera, a 24-year-old Mexican illegal immigrant. [1] Tibbetts's cousin said that Owens had exploited Tibbetts's death for "political propaganda". [2][3] Owens responded by describing Lucas's criticism as a "strange" attack on Trump supporters. Later that month, the University of Iowa's chapter of Turning Point USA criticized Owens for "public harassment" towards a member of Tibbetts's family, and the executive board members of the chapter all resigned in protest. [4]

  • Owens claims that she registered as a Republican in 2018, after the hearings following Brett Kavanaugh's nomination as a Supreme Court judge. She objected to what she termed the "social lynching" of Kavanaugh, on the grounds that to "believe women" was the reason "our ancestors got lynched", as she told a journalist from Philadelphia magazine. "No evidence, but believe all women". [1]

  • The terrorist who committed the Christchurch mosque shootings produced a manifesto in which he wrote that Owens had "influenced him above all". [1]  Hours after the shootings, Owens posted a tweet in reaction to allegations that she inspired the mass murder, saying that she never created any content espousing her views on the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution or Islam. [2] However, her tweet was criticized as "glib" when it was reported that she actually had posted tweets about the 2nd Amendment and Islam. [3][4][5] She later made formal statements rejecting any connection to the terrorist. [6]

  • Owens has appeared on fringe conspiracy websites, such as InfoWars. [1][2] In 2018, she was a guest host on Fox News, and began to distance herself from the far-right conspiracy websites, although she refused to criticize InfoWars or its hosts. [3]

  • Owens has been involved in a high-profile feud with rapper Cardi B since August 2020. [1] The feud began when Owens retweeted a clip of herself on The Ben Shapiro Show in which she criticized Cardi's interview with then presidential candidate Joe Biden. [2] Cardi responded and they engaged in a highly publicized feud, with Owens insulting Cardi's grammar and intelligence, while Cardi insulted Owens' political stance. [3]

  • During an Instagram livestream on June 22, 2021, Owens made accusations about conservative activist and former Republican congressional candidate Kimberly Klacik, accusing her of money laundering, tax fraud, illegal drug use, and misusing campaign funds. Owens also said that Klacik is a "madame" who recruits strippers for a strip club owned by her husband. [1][2] Owens said she found out about this after talking with a woman who claimed to have worked as a stripper at Klacik's strip club. [4] Klacik denied the allegations and repeatedly asked for Owens to take down the video, which she refused to do. [5] In July, Klacik filed a lawsuit against Owens seeking $20 million for defamation and claiming that the allegations have resulted in Klacik losing political support from donors, being removed from public events, a book deal cancellation, and harassment of Klacik and her family. In a statement, Jacob S. Frenkel, Klacik's attorney, said: "The defendant chose to use her huge social media platform to attack a respected Baltimore political figure" and that "We are using the proper forum — the power of the courts — to respond." [6][7]

  • Owens has repeatedly praised the use of colloidal silver as a daily supplement, despite it having no valid medical purpose and a variety of dangers, including: seizures, organ problems, and permanently turning a users skin blue. [1]

  • After Whoopi Goldberg was suspended on The View, Owens called it "poetic justice". [1] Owens also used the same phrase, "poetic justice", to describe Alec Baldwin's accidental shooting and death of Halyna Hutchins during the filming of Rust in New Mexico. [1]

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