– In honor of Black History Month, Oprah Winfrey burst into tears as she honored her Hollywood inspiration

– He’s a pioneer who paved the way for so many in the industry Kevin Frazier of Entertainment Tonight did the exclusive Emotional Interview

KEVIN FRAZIER: Elliot and Lauren, Oprah joined me in celebrating the man who paved the way for so many in The Living Legend Sidney Poitier

KEVIN FRAZIER: I would like to ask you about Sidney Poitier’s importance in Hollywood. And I say that not only in his films, but also in his position in Hollywood

OPRAH WINFREY: There is no one on earth whom I love more. There is no one whom I show more respect or respect for

KEVIN FRAZIER (VOICEOVER): Sidney was the first black man to win an Oscar. “Lilies of the Field” earned him the Oscar for best actor. And that night in 1964 did a 10 year old Oprah and countless others for always hit

OPRAH WINFREY: I was deeply, deeply and sincerely moved from that moment because I had never seen us called people of color at that time. I had never seen a man of color look like this before And I just thought when he was that could, I wonder what I could do

OPRAH WINFREY: And that was when he was 10 and because he did that, I could do what I could in the world. And every other black person who followed just because he was able, didn’t just to do that, but to be that

KEVIN FRAZIER: And turn on ET tonight. Viola Davis honors the late Cicely Tyson you wouldn’t want to miss. For Entertainment Tonight, I’m Kevin Frazier

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Andrew Harrer / GettySIOUX FALLS, South Dakota – South Dakota Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg has claimed he didn’t see what he hit since his fatal crash last fall – but has a newly released video of his police interview This revealed the victim’s face literally came through his windshield, in videos released late Tuesday by the South Dakota Department of Public Safety, investigators may question Ravnsborg’s claim that he did not see what he met during the September crash 12, 2020 Ravnsborg was driving home from a Republican Party event that evening when he hit and killed 55-year-old Joe Boever, however Boever’s body wasn’t found until a day later after Ravnsborg originally called 911 just to report that he had met “something” that he thought might have been a deer nd an interrogation on Sept. In 30 investigators found that Boever’s glasses were found in Ravnsborg’s 2011 Ford Taurus. “That means his face came through your windshield,” an agent from the North Dakota Bureau of Investigation, one of two, told Ravnsborg in two more sessions When asked for three hours “His face is in your windshield,” the agent said, when Ravnsborg groaned, “Think about it,” Ravnsborg said he hadn’t seen the glasses either, even when he later looked in the front seat for an insurance card that he was able to show Hyde County Sheriff Mike Volek who lives near the crash site and who responded to the 911 call The agent said the broken glasses in Ravnsborg’s car belonged to Boever, who was entering Highmore when he was beaten and killed, Ravnsborg was also asked, why he hadn’t seen a flashlight that Boever was carrying when the crash at 22Midnight occurred When the agents from North Dakota arrived it was still on and glowing “like a beacon,” they said.The agents also told Ravnsborg they knew he was on the side of the road at the time of the crash and had no explanation as to why Investigators also found that he had made calls and looked at websites while driving back to Pierre, the state capital, from the Republican Party event in Redfield, Ravnsborg had a Real Clear Politics story about Joe just before the crash Biden and clicked on China he told investigators he put the phone down before the impact “I think I didn’t do anything wrong,” Ravnsborg said. “I didn’t see him or anything I didn’t know it was a man until the next day Videos were part of a collection of information released Tuesday, more than five months after the crash, South D Attorney General Akota Charged with Fatal Car Accident The Republican official, charged last week with three offenses – careless driving, failure to stay in his lane, and speaking on a cellphone while driving, asked to resign from Gov Kristi Noem and impeachment procedures have been put in place in the legislature.So far, Ravnsborg – pronounced “Rundenberg” – said he would not resign. “The attorney general does not intend to resign. At no point has this issue affected his ability to do the work of the office,” one reads A statement released Tuesday by his private spokesman “Instead, he addressed some of the biggest settlement and legislative problems the state has ever faced” As a lawyer and Lt Army Reserves Colonel AG Ravnsborg has fought for the rule of law and personal freedoms and hopes he will be accorded the same rights and courtesy, “Noem, a first-term Republican, said it was time for Ravnsborg to go” after the Investigation has been completed and charges brought should I believe the Attorney General resign, “she said in a statement.” I have reviewed the material we are releasing from today, and I encourage others to review too. Legislators on both parties are calling for his or her impeachment Resignation State Representative Will Mortenson (R-Sioux Falls) filed for impeachment Tuesday afternoon, with House Majority Leader Kent Peterson (R-Salem) and minority leader Jamie Smith (D-Sioux Falls) offering assistance. There were two impeachment proceedings, one for the fatal crash, the other for Ravnsborg’s statements and actions i of the report of the crash and during the investigation “After the collision, including his reporting on the collision and the resulting investigation, Jason Ravnsborg took measures which do not belong to the attorney general”, states article 2 “The statements and actions of Jason Ravnsborg was not up to the attorney general’s standard “Boever’s cousin Nick Nemec, who served as family spokesman, said he was” appalled “by these revelations.” It sounds like a hit-and-run case to me even though he called a cop “Said Nemec to The Daily Beast” The policeman was incompetent or in consultation, I don’t know whichRead more at The Daily BeastGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Register now! Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside delves deeper into the stories that matter to you Learn More

US. The new administration of President Joseph Biden said on Wednesday that it would continue its international engagement by seeking an election to the U. Human Rights Council, in which it will urge removal of “disproportionate focus” on ally Israel Under the more isolationist approach of former President Donald Trump, Washington stepped out of the council in 2018, but the Biden administration has already returned as an observer “Me I am pleased to announce that the United States will seek an election to the Human Rights Council for the 2022-24 term, “Secretary of State Antony Blinken told the council via video

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ABC Tuesday night, Stephen Colbert of the Late Show dragged the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) to brand this year’s America Uncanceled and then canceled a speaker on his history of anti-Semitic commentary, and Jimmy Kimmel went along – but he did also targeted someone who has become such a colossal embarrassment that he no longer speaks at CPAC: Rudy Giuliani, the President’s ex-attorney who once married his cousin “Rudy Giuliani is not on the list at CPAC Er no longer represents Donald Trump and his next customer could be himself, “said Kimmel.” Last month Rudy was hit with a $ 3 billion lawsuit by Dominion Voting Systems. They are suing him for spreading misinformation about their machines, and apparently they had a hell of a lot of time getting him papers yes, Dominion filed a whopping $ 1 billion lawsuit against Giuliani – under Citing 50 “proven false” (Dominion’s words) claims that he alleged their voting machines cast Trump’s votes at Biden – and even linked Giuliani’s baseless claims about rigged Dominion machines to the rioters who hit the Capitol on Jan. Jan 6 stormed, referring to a speech Giuliani made earlier that day in the lawsuit, “After Giuliani and his allies deceived they were not criminals but patriots defending the Republic from Dominion and their co-conspirators, they bragged with their involvement in the crime on social media”Lawsuit ReadAnd Giuliani – of Borat 2, Four Seasons Total Landscaping, Head Leak and Fame in the Courtroom – continued to embarrass himself during the Dominion saga, Dominion battled Giuliani with the 107th, according to a report in the New York Daily News. To serve sided lawsuit First, he refused to receive it by email and it was a week before they tried to serve Giuliani personally Stephen Colbert Hammers CPAC “America Uncancelled” for Canceling Speaker “A doorman who knew process server “Looking for Giuliani locked the door to the building when the former mayor entered the lobby,” reported the Daily News. “On February 7, a pair of process servers and Giuliani got into an awkward stalemate during a nasty winter storm. That morning, the doorman waved to the Building a Ford Explorer SUV parked down the street Giuliani sat in the passenger seat and closed the SUV door as one Trial server jumped forward with a bag full of documents “Then, as Kimmel pointed out, something really ridiculous happened:” At one point the server put the lawsuit in the door of an SUV that Giuliani had gotten into, but Rudy’s doorman grabbed an umbrella and put him on the floor, “explained Kimmel adding, “You know, if they really want to get these papers to Rudy, they should have let Borat’s daughter just shoved them into his pants. Read more at The Daily Beast, get our top stories in your inbox every day, and Sign up.” now on! Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside delves deeper into the stories that matter to you Learn More

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Sidney Poitier

World News – USA – Oprah talks about the profound impact Sidney Poitier has had on her life

Source: https://news.yahoo.com/oprah-opens-profound-impact-sidney-231600402.html