Alexis Ellis believes her gender identity and disability made her a target for disproportionate scrutiny.
The in-demand PlayStation 5 has been sporadically released since its launch more than two months ago.
The Series X and Series S consoles are being occasionally restocked, although quantities are limited.
The Govee Aura Smart Table Lamp is a budget LED table lamp that delivers the right features at a decent price.
The brand is still available at a number of stores amid the controversy surrounding CEO Mike Lindell.
Mike Lindell's company is still facing backlash for his continuing support for Trump's election fraud cries and appearing to call for martial law.
PlayStation fans had numerous chances to get their hands on the PlayStation 5 console on Thursday.
"I think what Amazon's doing is pretty disgusting if, in fact, they could have helped the Trump administration, and they chose not to because they don't like him," said Lindsey Graham.
PlayStation fans have a chance to get their hands on the elusive PS5 today as one retailer has announced a drop.
The social network—popular among conservatives and Trump supporters—was pulled offline last week in the wake of the U.S. Captiol riots. A week later, it's still searching for a new home.
Limited quantities of the PlayStation 5 are infrequently released and sell out almost immediately.
A very limited number of PlayStation 5 consoles may become available at a major retailer this week.
The next-gen Xbox Series X and the digital edition Xbox Series S continue to sell out each time they are restocked.
Major retailers are generally sold out of the next-gen PlayStation console as the PS5 remains in high demand.
The social network was popular among Republican politicians, conservative personalities and supporters of President Donald Trump, but was pulled offline this month after the Capitol riot.
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has been embroiled in controversy for pushing the false narrative that the election was stolen from Trump due to voter fraud.
The social media site has also been suspended from the Google Play Store and Amazon's AWS website hosting service.
"One Night in Miami" on Amazon Prime Video sees Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown in a room together —a plot that, amazingly, is based on a true story.
John Matze, the social media platform's CEO, said President Trump considered creating an account under the pseudonym of "Person X" for months.
Parler went offline when its account with host Amazon Web Services was suspended. Its mobile app was also removed from Google and Apple's digital storefronts.
"One Night in Miami" is Regina King's new move for streaming service Amazon Prime Video, which imagines a meeting between Muhammad Ali, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown.
AWS said it uncovered dozens of examples of content that encouraged violence, including "calls to hang public officials, kill Black and Jewish people, and shoot police officers."
The power of these companies to control public discourse is a clear and present danger to everyone who values free speech.
Lucille Ball is getting the biopic treatment thanks to Aaron Sorkin, with Nicole Kidman reported to be leading the cast of "Being the Ricardos" on the Amazon Prime Video movie.
Everything conservatives say they stand for—free thought, free speech and free markets—is now under threat.
Parler's chief policy officer has claimed that the company's ongoing dispute with Amazon, Apple and Google is a disagreement over surveillance.
Parler is suing Amazon for antitrust violation, breach of contract and unlawful business interference.
As the platform was being forced offline, its boss complained that "most people with enough servers to host us have shut their doors to us."
"You can expect the war on competition and free speech to continue, but don't count us out," a top Parler executive said.