Friday Update: Jamie Lee Curtis Introduces Transgender Daughter, Superman Illustrator Quits Over Hero’s Woke New Motto

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We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate.

Here’s what happened today:


Gabby Petito’s killer Brian Laundrie is no longer the subject of a nationwide manhunt, after the fugitive’s remains were found at a Florida state park on Wednesday.

“On October 21, 2021, a comparison of dental records confirmed that the human remains found at the T. Mabry Carlton, Jr. Memorial Reserve and Myakkahatchee Creek Environmental Park are those of Brian Laundrie,” the FBI tweeted Thursday.

Landrie’s belongings and remains were discovered on Wednesday in an area that his parents had directed authorities to all along. They even led police to the area and helped search the day his body was found.

“Chris [Landrie] confirmed with me just this morning that when him and Roberta [Landrie] looked, I believe it was on the 14th (of September), the whole area was waist deep or higher in water,” the couple’s attorney said on Thursday.

“The FBI confirmed yesterday that that area, until recently, had been flooded with water. When that water receded, obviously more things were accessible.”


Superman comic book artist Gabe Eltaeb is quitting DC comics over the company’s woke makeover of the legendary character.

“What really pissed me off was saying truth, justice, and a better world. F*** that it was Truth, Justice, and the American way,” Eltaeb said of DC’s announcement that the hero would be swapping “the American way” from his iconic motto, for a watered down version of “a better world.”

“I’m finishing out my contract with DC. I’m tired of this s***, I’m tired of them ruining these characters; they don’t have a right to do this,” he added. “My Grandpa almost died in World War II. We don’t have a right to destroy s*** that people died for to give us, it’s a bunch of f***ing nonsense.”


“Halloween” franchise star Jamie Lee Curtis introduced her transgender daughter, Ruby, 25, to the world in an interview on Wednesday.

Curtis, 62, said that “learning new terminology and words” have tripped her up, but she’s trying.

“It’s speaking a new language,” she remarked. “I am new at it. I am not someone who is pretending to know much about it. And I’m going to blow it, I’m going to make mistakes. I would like to try to avoid making big mistakes.”

Curtis said she’s adjusting by slowing down her speech to be “more mindful” about what she’s saying and how she’s saying it. “You still mess up; I’ve messed up today twice. We’re human. But if one person reads this, sees a picture of Ruby and me and says, ‘I feel free to say this is who I am,’ then it’s worth it.”

During the joint interview with her daughter, Curtis was surprised that she referred to “her dead name” in conversation.

“I haven’t ever heard her say that name. It so doesn’t fit anymore,” Curtis said. “That was, of course, the hardest thing — just the regularity of the word, the name that you’d given a child, that you’ve been saying their whole life.”


“The Real Housewives of Orange County” alum Kelly Dodd tweeted on Tuesday that she “got the “got the vaccine … And regret it. I’m trying not to be a dick.”

“I already had the virus so I already had antibodies. I was protected and unlikely to get Covid again but got the vaccine because of travel restrictions,” she explained in a statement. “It made life a lot easier since I could show the card and not have to keep getting tested, but if the government would’ve allowed an antibody card I never would’ve gotten the shot.”

She questioned that if the vaccination push was about science, why isn’t natural immunity being regarded with any value?

“I know this virus has killed more than 700,000 people but more than 90% of them had preexisting comorbidities,” she continued. “They were already very sick and most were elderly. For the general population, Covid has a 99% survival rate.”

She also wondered why the government was demanding “young healthy people” risk their bodies to get the jab. “Why is this such a controversial stance in America, where we used to value freedom and independence and choice so highly?” Dodd concluded. “I feel like I woke up in the USSR.”


Britney Spears’ dad Jamie has been dropped by his legal team after being suspended from the pop star’s conservatorship, out of concern that the elder Spears will be sued after his guardianship is officially terminated.

“[Britney’s lawyer] Mathew Rosengart has asserted numerous times that he is going to investigate and sue Jamie,” an insider said about the situation. “If/when he does, Jamie will need to defend and likely be adverse to parties in the conservatorship.”

Another source said that his former law firm, Holland & Knight, likely canned Jamie as a client, because he no longer has access to Britney’s fortune.

“They don’t want to fund this anymore because when you represent a suspended conservator it makes it much more likely that fees you’ve already obtained could be disgorged and future fees may not be paid from the estate, but rather would have to be paid from Jamie,” the source said.

The Truth Is Out There

NFL insider Andrea Kremer revealed that ex-Raiders coach, Jon Gruden, who resigned from the organization after years old racist, homophobic, and misogynistic emails recently came to light, had a cryptic comment about the NFL and who might go down next.

“He’s still in Las Vegas,” Kremer said of Gruden’s remarks. “He said he’s letting the dust settle. He said, ‘People who know me know what I stand for, for 58 years. I have a resume of 58 years.’ He said, ‘The truth will come out.’”


Parkland school shooter Nikolas Cruz pleaded guilty to the 2018 massacre on Wednesday in order to escape the death penalty.

Cruz was a 19-year-old former student that had been expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, when he massacred 14 students, 3 teachers, and injured 17 others on Valentine’s Day.

“I am very sorry for what I did and I have to live with it everyday. If I were to get a second chance I would do everything in my power to help others,” he said in court. “I do not care if you don’t believe me,’ he told the court, adding that he now gets ‘nightmares sometimes… and can’t even watch TV anymore.”

He entered a guilty plea to 17 counts of murder and 17 counts of attempted murder, but semingly blamed pot for his crimes.

“I hate drugs and I believe this country would do better if everyone would stop smoking marijuana…” he continued. “I’m trying my best to maintain my composure and I just want you to know that I’m really sorry.”

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