Like father like daughter! Ivanka Trump knows how to handle obnoxious CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta.
Though the impeachment trial won’t be deciding anything for a while still, lefty Twitter has hinted at the ultimate result of the sham no matter what “verdict” materializes, and that is either Trump’s removed from office or it’s proof that there are even more coverups going on.
It seems as though loudmouth pro-gun control celebs refuse to understand that a gathering of law-abiding gun owners might be one of the more civil and safe events to be at.
Twitter has booted conservatives and liberals for citing facts, but it goes out of its way to bring back blatant anti-Semitism. Reclaim The Net observed that Rev. Louis Farrakhan, the controversial leader of the Nation of Islam, was today “temporarily kicked off of Twitter.” He was also “temporarily restricted” from Twitter from Jan. 3 up until mid-January when his account was completely booted on Jan. 18. Shortly thereafter, however, his account was reinstated, and a Twitter spokesperson reportedly told Reclaim The Net that “The account was caught by our spam filter in error and has been reinstated.”
The day before the pro-Second Amendment rally in Richmond, Virginia, one NBC reporter was already calling the event a “white nationalist rally.” Sunday, reporter Ben Collins warned his media colleagues to be aware of “neo-Nazi propaganda” at this “white nationalist rally” and to make sure they were’t reporting on “made-up stuff.”
Thousands of Americans voiced their support for the Second Amendment at a Richmond rally on Jan. 20, and vocal media figures proceeded to call them impotent “ammosexuals,” with a “Klan-rally smell.”
CNN reporter Manu Raju is receiving flowers and sympathy notes from his distraught colleagues after a Republican Senator gave him a snarky response to a question he asked on impeachment, Thursday. On Capitol Hill, Senator Martha McSally of Arizona was approached by the CNN reporter and asked if “new evidence” would be allowed into the Senate trial on President Trump’s impeachment. McSally kept walking past Raju and responded, “Manu, you’re a liberal hack. I’m not talking to you.” After he tried again, she repeated again, “You’re a liberal hack.”
TV game show “Jeopardy!” producers have responded to online uproar from Palestinian sympathizers over a controversial in-game question regarding the state of Israel.
For some reason the big kahuna of Hollywood award shows, the Oscars, can’t do progressive right — even with all the liberal celebrities and their woke speeches — angering practically everybody in the media by nominating white male individuals for a majority of this year’s biggest categories.
Twitter chose to feature the rant of a food CEO blaming President Trump for Canadian deaths from a downed jetliner in Iran, while ignoring how that CEO’s own company was reportedly linked to the deaths of more than 20 of his fellow Canadians. The Twitter Moments section highlighted Maple Leaf Foods CEO Michael McCain sharing “his personal opinions on the US government's action against Iran.” Twitter Moments added that “McCain says he is ‘livid’ and in ‘mourning’ after a colleague's wife and son were killed in the crossfire.” He was referring to how a Ukraine International Airlines jet that was downed over Iran. The Iranian military “acknowledged early on Saturday that it had launched the missiles that brought down” the jetliner ”killing all 176 people on board.” Many of the passengers killed on the flight“were Canadians,” Twitter Moments noted in the tweet.
Paparazzo-beating actor Alec Baldwin had the nerve to accuse President Donald Trump and his supporters of causing the “moral collapse” of America on Monday, January 13. The 61-year-old actor, known for his Donald Trump impersonation on NBC sketch series Saturday Night Live, dropped the satire for a more direct and aggressive condemnation of the Hollywood-hated president and his followers on social media.
Rapper Cardi B has apparently changed her mind on moving to Nigeria in the wake of US tensions with Iran, telling her fans that she’s considering a run for government office. Some would say that this is a tragic turn of events. In a series of tweets, the stripper-turned-rapper expressed interest in becoming a member of congress. Hey, if certain bartenders can do it, why not multimillionaire rapstars?