In the clip, the teacher also claims that rioters didn't have guns, so they couldn't have been trying to overthrow the government.
TikTokers are envisioning themselves on a virtual pirate ship, and singing both classic sea shanties and covers of pop songs fit for the ocean.
Users aged 13-15 will be prevented from using the Duet and Stitch features as part of the new restrictions.
Filmed in November but posted only recently, the video shows two women being handcuffed and taken from the airport by police. The TikTokker said that other people on their flight said the two weren't wearing masks and had assaulted a flight attendant.
In an interview with 'Firing Line,' Congressman Mike Gallagher praised the police for their efforts in stopping the crowd and protecting him during Wednesday's riot, despite not being adequately prepared.
From wild TikToks, Trump impersonations, and animals playing musical instruments, 2020 has produced some funny viral clips.
"What if he can't go to anyone's house or near his reindeer?" one concerned child asked the head of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases.
Footage circulating on Twitter shows clashes involving Proud Boys members and their opponents who argued with them.
Steve Schmidt tweeted Saturday they could work together to defeat autocracy, despite their differences, in a fight that "will last for many years."
The singer and actress sets the news to the tune of Beyoncé, Rodgers and Hammerstein and more in her quick videos that hopefully inspire you to read more about the stories she's singing about.
The D'Amelio sisters are set to appear at this year's Streamys, along with others nominated for the "Creator of the Year" award, like James Charles and David Dobrik.
Whitney Houston and George Michael also have TikTok accounts. The official accounts from the musicians who have passed away appear to be a way to turn younger generations onto their music.
Now in its 10th year, the Streamy Awards on December 12th celebrate all the best and most popular online video creators.
The viral video shows the escort calling out the protester for trying to shame patients by calling them cowards. The escort tells them to "shut the f**k up."
Despite acknowledging that more people in Washington voted for Democrats than Republicans, TikToker Dutch Hollander seemed to argue that land mass demonstrated a majority for Republicans.
The since-deleted Facebook video showed the Washington councilwoman crying that her husband had been fired after a video of him intimidating a reporter who filmed him at the Million MAGA March in Washington D.C. went viral.
Videos show protesters upset about the election results, urging that Republican officials are not re-elected for "not explicitly helping Trump to 'stop the steal.'"
One comedian tweeted, "in honor of international men's day i will watch one of the jackass films this evening."
Even though some people have shared silly ideas about juice or social media, the trend actually began as a way to discuss leftist ideology in a parody of a far-right meme.
Jackson, who has also run for various political offices, told his congregation that he tested positive for COVID-19 in a video shared Monday. He had previously told church-goers that he wouldn't get coronavirus and planned to hold services regardless of restrictions.
The company did shout out all the people who made the best of a bad situation and brought light to 2020 with their videos.
The woman who posted the videos has been un-phased by some of the hate comments she's received since posting.
When 2020 got in the way of trick-or-treating, the group Live for Another found a way to still deliver candy with "reverse trick-or-treating."
The Boss speaks about Biden's upbringing in Scranton, PA, as his song "My Hometown" plays in the background.
The Boss had an emoji made for him to coincide with his upcoming album release, "Letters to You," out October 23.
After Mick Fleetwood posted his own take on Nathan Apodoca's video, the classic rock drummer sent its creator a note, celebrating his success.
Wearing a mask and going to a ballot box, the famed parodist shared that he was taking part in his civic duty.
With a fictional "912" emergency line, Adam Mansbach and A'Darius Bell hilariously respond to people who are too quick to call the police in everyday situations.
An idea for a group tattoo on TikTok amongst Zoomers has gone too far, with many young people, seemingly unintentionally, planning to get a symbol similar to the Wolfsangel, which was used by Nazis.
The employee tweeted that she knew Saltz was a critic, but said that he still needed to follow the museum's rules including booking ahead of time.