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Q News Tonight "Q's Coronavirus Q&A" - Thu. Jun. 25, 2020 - Daily LIVE LGBT News Broadcast

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(Watch Live) New Black Representatives likely are coming to Congress. And Q News Tonight Anchors cheer (and more)

(Watch Live) This is an amazing moment connecting Covid-19 social gathering, Stonewall Icon Marsha P. Johnson and then Lady Gaga secret surprise. The crowds response is priceless.

(Watch Live) Q News Tonight normally would not comment on someone falling down. But when it's Vice President Pence, making fun of Vice President Biden age and vitality by "running" ... well ... sorry, Karma is a bitch.

(Watch Live) Paster Franklin Graham prooves is the 14th century as he explains why Dr. Fauci is wrong. He suggests science is wrong and God is right. The Anchors at Q News Tonight discuss "God Loves Science". After all it was his science that created it.

(Watch Live) 'The Big Finish' is a short review of the best LGBTQ stories of the day. Get ready to hear what the Anchors of Q News Tonight have to say about our Gay World

(Watch Live) In Q's Q & A Coronavirus And The LGBTQ Community we ask Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of American Academy of HIV Medicine the most important viewer questions of the day.

(Watch Live) In Q's Q & A Coronavirus And The LGBTQ Community we ask Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of American Academy of HIV Medicine the most important viewer questions of the day.

(Watch Live) In Q's Q & A Coronavirus And The LGBTQ Community we ask Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of American Academy of HIV Medicine the most important viewer questions of the day.

(WATCH LIVE) In Q's Q & A Coronavirus And The LGBTQ Community we ask Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of American Academy of HIV Medicine the most important viewer questions of the day.

(WATCH LIVE) In Q's Q & A Coronavirus And The LGBTQ Community we ask Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of American Academy of HIV Medicine the most important viewer questions of the day.

(WATCH LIVE) In Q's Q & A Coronavirus And The LGBTQ Community we ask Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of American Academy of HIV Medicine the most important viewer questions of the day.

(WATCH LIVE) In Q's Q & A Coronavirus And The LGBTQ Community we ask Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of American Academy of HIV Medicine the most important viewer questions of the day.

(Watch Live) In Q's Q & A Coronavirus And The LGBTQ Community we ask Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of American Academy of HIV Medicine the most important viewer questions of the day.

(WATCH LIVE) New York, New Jersey and Connecticut have asked people travelling from states where Covid-19 cases are rising to go into self-isolation for 14 days. New Jersey's Phil Murphy said people in the three states had been 'through hell and back' and did not want 'another round' of virus infections. Some southern and western states have been reporting record numbers of cases. The University of Washington predicts 180,000 US deaths by October - or 146,000 if 95% of Americans wear masks.

(WATCH LIVE) The White House said Wednesday that President Donald Trump will not change his plan to travel to New Jersey this weekend despite a new order by the governor requiring visitors who have been in states with high numbers of coronavirus cases to quarantine for 14 days.' The president of the United States is not a civilian,' White House spokesman Judd Deere said when asked about Trump’s compliance with the quarantine order given his travel Tuesday to Arizona, which has seen a rise in the rate of its COVID-19 cases.

(WATCH LIVE) Q News Tonight is the ONLY LGBTQ news source in the world reporting on Covid-19 effects on the LGBTQ community. Learn up to the minute tests, cases and LGBTQ deaths. Learn the Top States and Worst States to be LGBTQ in Coronavirus.

(WATCH LIVE) Just like a magical incantation from Harry Potter, a little girl ask for UPS delivery drivers to follow a procedure to "know three times and say ABRACADABRA". Watch what happens. It is absolutely perfect for Q News Tonight Good News.

(WATCH LIVE) While most queer pandering from multi-million dollar corporations is eye-roll worthy at best and downright offensive at worst, longtime toy brand Bratz's recent social media post in celebration of Pride Month is, admittedly, actually kinda cute. Taking to Twitter and Instagram, Bratz just confirmed that two of the girls in their doll lineup, Nevra and Roxxi are queer, and from the looks of it, in a close relationship with each other.

(WATCH LIVE) After almost a century in the closet, Colorado resident Kenneth Felts came out to family and friends because self-isolation brought back memories of the love of his life - a man named Phillip. Felts said that he started writing his life story while isolated in his home due to the coronavirus pandemic. That’s when he started thinking about Phillip, the man he fell in love with back in the 1950s. Felts ultimately left Phillip in order to marry a woman and live his life in the closet. He had one daughter with his wife and they later divorced. 'Coming out in the 50s, 60s, and 70s was horrendous,' Felts said. 'That was part of the reason I didn’t ever consider coming out.' 'I guess I didn’t have the courage to face society at that time, so I just went ahead and buried it.' Mr Felts is now 90, proving it is never too late to come out of the closet

(WATCH LIVE) President Donald Trump's 200th judicial nominee was confirmed by the Republican-controlled Senate on Wednesday, marking a significant milestone in a presidency that has tilted the federal judiciary in a conservative direction for decades to come. With the confirmation of Judge Cory Wilson to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, Trump has successfully appointed 53 appeals court judges, 143 district court judges, two US Court of International Trade judges and two Supreme Court justices - Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh.

(WATCH LIVE) D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced on Tuesday that in honor of the 50th anniversary of LGBTQ Pride Month, the city’s Department of Transportation would install 'rainbow-colored bands' at the intersection of 17th and P Streets, N.W. near Dupont Circle. The mayor’s announcement said the installation would take place at 9 a.m. Thursday, June 25, weather permitting. John Falcicchio, the mayor’s chief of staff, said the rainbow-colored bands would consist of a 'permanent rainbow crosswalk installation' to be painted on the street.

(WATCH LIVE) Writer Alex Ebel, who lives in New Orleans, penned a piece in late March titled: '2 Weeks Ago I Could Have Sex Whenever I Wanted. The Coronavirus Changed That,' about how he was turning to virtual mediums, like video chat, to connect during the pandemic. By mid-June, Ebel said his stance about meeting up for sex IRL hasn’t really changed much.'We’re still in the middle of a pandemic, and just because people got too bored and decided to go to the mall again doesn’t mean it’s actually the smart thing to do,' he said.

(WATCH LIVE) Pence, known for his hardline anti-LGBTQ beliefs, has been core to efforts to roll back equality under the Trump administration. But his work hit a stumbling block ...Read More


(WATCH LIVE) In LIVE Part 15 of Q's Q&A, our medical expert, Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of American Academy of HIV Medicine reveals DISTURBING NEWS ON ANTIBODIES.  We thought it lead to immunity. But news studies are suggesting they last as little as 90 days. So Anchor Al Ferguson is SHOCKED when he learns live that one of South Florida's FIRST Coronavirus infected, Dr. Grossman has crossed approximately post infection three months... and today tests that he does not have antibodies. Dr. Grossman emotionally discusses how the news effected him, how it effects our decision making in our lives and what it means to the broad LGBTQ community.  These moments of discussion are critical for all of us in the "what's next" world of Coronavirus, our bars, our bathhouses, our lives of interaction. A MUST WATCH.

(WATCH LIVE) Q News Tonight's most important Q's Q&A On Coronavirus and The LGBTQ Community. Dr. Howard Grossman, former Executive Director of the American Academy of HIV Medicine is a gay doctor that talks about Trump, masks, and all of the latest studies and information around the world... and what it means to the LGBTQ community. This Part 15 Live Segment is likely the most important moments in America for the LGBTQ community and the latest on Coronavirus. NOTE: there is shocking breaking news in this segment about Anti-bodies and the potents of collapse of America as we currently know it.

(WATCH LIVE) A disgruntled Lyft passenger hurled a string of racist and homophobic slurs when asked to leave the driver’s car, and the entire ride and rant are captured on video. The driver, named Edgar, picks up a passenger named Richard. Things get off to a rocky start when Edgar asks Richard to wear a mask. Edgar explains that he makes the request because of recent government guidelines, but also because the matter is personal. Edgar revealed he has a family member sick with the illness. As you saw in the video it quickly devolved from there.

(WATCH LIVE) Chadwick Moore – a gay Republican who opposed civil rights protections for LGBTQ people – is now speaking for 'the gays' to defend Pride Month… from Black people. 'I’m sorry, blacks, but you already have a month,' Moore tweeted, probably referring to Black History Month, which is February. 'Juneteenth isn’t a thing,' he continued, referring to the June 19th holiday that commemorates the emancipation of enslaved people in the U.S. It has been celebrated since 1866, according to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. 'Don’t colonize our month as well. thanks. Signed, the gays,' Moore concluded.

(WATCH LIVE) LGBTQ SEX MYTHS... it's prevalent in our community so Q News Tonight outlined the TOP 9 MYTHS and provide the correct answer. Did you know it is a myth that you know who the 'Top or Bottom' is? Learn why that is NOT TRUE.

(WATCH LIVE) Two white conservative Christians came to the conclusion that Black people should stop 'sitting in a chair and crying' over slavery because homosexuality is a 'worse' sin. Anti-LGBTQ activist Scott Lively discussed racism on his Breaking News Bible Study show with Knoxville, Tennessee pastor Richard May. During the show, May downplayed the horror of slavery in the U.S., calling it 'an unfortunate event.' He said the Bible backs that view and that 'It’s not something to lose your mind over.'

(WATCH LIVE) President Barack Obama will send a special message to the LGBTQ+ community Friday during a livestreamed event for Stonewall Day. His message will be part of a virtual fundraising event for Trans Lifeline, Brave Space Alliance and the Ally Coalition, three LGBTQ organizations severely affected by COVID-19 and recent events highlighting the need for fair and equal treatment under the law for all. Stonewall Day, launched in 2018 by social advocacy and community engagement group Pride Live, is a global campaign to elevate awareness and support for the legacy of the 1969 Stonewall uprising and the continuing fight for full LGBTQ equality.

(WATCH LIVE) Natalie Thompson, Co-Chair of Global Pride 2020 speaks LIVE to Q News Tonight Anchor Al Ferguson about the expected 300 Million that will watch 26 hour worldwi...Read More