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    16 Things That Have Somehow Already Happened In The First Month Of 2021

    ...2022 is going to be my year!

    It is 2021 — and it's safe to say the year has started off on a busy note.

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    Here are just some of the biggest things to have already happened this year:

    1. Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock won their Georgia Senate races, meaning that Democrats narrowly control the Senate.

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    2. Trump-supporting domestic terrorists attempted to stage a coup at the US Capitol.

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    3. Trump was banned from numerous platforms.

    After close review of recent Tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account and the context around them we have permanently suspended the account due to the risk of further incitement of violence. https://t.co/CBpE1I6j8Y

    4. Biden was sworn in as president...

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    5. ...and Bernie Sanders sitting with mittens at the inauguration became a new meme.

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    6. Kim and Kanye's marriage was reported to be over.

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    7. Halsey announced that she's pregnant.

    8. Elliot Page reportedly filed for divorce from his wife, Emma Portner.

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    9. JoJo Siwa came out as a member of the LGBTQ community.

    10. "Drivers License" and all the High School Musical: The Musical: The Series drama reigned supreme.

    11. Armie Hammer's alleged DMs were leaked, sparking cannibalism allegations and leading two of his exes to come forward.

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    12. Anne Hathaway revealed that she hates the name Anne and prefers to be called Annie.

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    13. A Sex and the City reboot was announced — without Samantha.

    Anything is possible. This is New York. @AndJustLikeThat ⁦⁦@hbomax⁩ ⁦ ⁦@SJP⁩ @KristinDavis⁩ #AndJustLikeThat #SATCNextChapter

    14. Twitter was ablaze over so-called "Bean Dad," after a thread in which he documented trying to get his daughter to open a can of beans for six hours went viral.

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    15. Kamala Harris's Vogue cover sparked backlash amid the magazine's history of poorly depicting Black women on their covers.

    Vice President-elect @KamalaHarris is our February cover star! Making history was the first step. Now Harris has an even more monumental task: to help heal a fractured America—and lead it out of crisis. Read the full profile: https://t.co/W5BQPTH7AU

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    16. Finally, GameStop's stock was... Well, at least the memes were good.

    Rich People: wHy dOn'T tHe pOoR jUsT iNvEsT tHeIr mOnEy Poor People: Ok. Rich People: ... Rich People: wait stop

    Twitter: @JUSTINtime4aLAF

    Here's hoping for a happy and healthy February!

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