BOSTON GLOBE: “Due to a math error, a story about Elizabeth Warren misstated the ancestry percentage of a potential 10th generation relative. It should be 1/1,024. Continue reading "Conservative Twitter Crushes Elizabeth Warren’s Ancestry Dream: She’s ‘Even Less Native American’ Than Average American"
Charlie Kirk, head of college grievance network TPUSA, absolutely lost it on The Young Turks founder Cenk Uygur during a debate at Politicon. Kirk was stage on to debate Hassan Piker of Uygur’s progressive network, and challenged him to reveal his salary or “go live like a socialist.” He then absolutely lost it when faced with heckling from Uygur. “I live like a capitalist every single day Cenk!” Kirk shouted. “I live as a capitalist, okay!” Kirk then leapt from his chair, as Piker and the moderator of the debate tried to calm things down. “Come on Cenk let’s go!” Kirk yelled at Uygur, who could be seen standing in the small crowd, yelling back at him. “What are you doing, sit down you psycho,” Piker pleaded. “Behave everyone, Jesus Christ.” Kirk returned to his chair, but wasn’t finished: “I practice what I preach! Continue reading "Watch Charlie Kirk Try to Fight Cenk Uygur at Politicon: ‘Come On Cenk, Let’s Go!’"
When Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman embarked on a tour of the United States earlier this year, he was met with a gushing welcome. At the time, the myth that the young prince was the kingdom’s grand “reformer” was at its peak, and M.B.S. was even treated to a dinner with American superstar Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson at Rupert Murdoch‘s home in Los Angeles. Johnson even touted the encounter in a strange Instagram post, calling it a “historic night.” “An historic night it was. A pleasure to have a private dinner with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, his royal family and distinguished cadre,” Johnson wrote. “Fascinating experience to hear his deep rooted, yet modern views on the world and certainly the positive growth he desires for his country.” In light of the murder of Saudi writer and dissident Jamal Continue reading "The Rock and CNN’s Oliver Darcy Spar Over Actor’s Dinner With Saudi Crown Prince"
Continue reading "Trump Releases Bizarre Video Blasting Hillary Clinton, Eric Holder and Maxine Waters: Democrats Have Become an ‘Angry Mob’"
Strap yourselves in folks, because a host on conservative streaming platform CRTV went on an absolutely bonkers and fact-challenged rant about the alleged murder of Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi by smearing him as an Islamic extremist. The bizarre rant from CRTV’s White House correspondent Jon Miller kicked off with the CRTV host mocking “innocent little man” Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributor who was lured into the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, where Turkish officials claim he was tortured, beaten, dismembered and murdered by a team of 15 Saudi agents. Miller, referring to Istanbul as “Constantinople,” said the media is “not telling the truth about Khashoggi.” He then derided him as a “radical activist.” “We know he had ties to the radical Islamic groups — they’re not reporting that — we know he made calls for violence against Israel, we know that he was dedicated to transforming Saudi Arabia Continue reading "Conservative WH Reporter Rails Against Jamal Khashoggi, Suggests He Was Murdered Because He’s a ‘Radical Activist’"
Piers Morgan, Twitter’s most ratioed man (probably) added another feather to his cap on Tuesday when he mocked actor Daniel Craig for carrying his child in a baby carrier. Continue reading "WATCH: Piers Morgan Takes a Pie to the Face Over Mockery of Daniel Craig"
Former pro-Trump CNN commentator Jason Miller filed a $100 million defamation lawsuit against Gizmodo Media Group over a story published at news site Splinter. Miller stepped away from CNN last month, saying he needed to address the “false and defamatory accusations” raised against him by A.J. Delgado. Delgado (a former Mediaite contributor) worked with Miller on President Trump‘s 2016 campaign, during which time they became romantically involved and ultimately conceived a child. As Miller and Delgado continue a custody battle over their infant son, Splinter reported recently on court documents in which Delgado claims that Miller had an affair with a woman he met at an Orlando strip club. When the woman found out she was pregnant, Delgado claims Miller gave her a smoothie he had “spiked” so it would induce an abortion. Miller demanded that Gizmodo retract the story, but they refused. Now, as Page Six first Continue reading "Ex-CNN Contributor Jason Miller Suing Gizmodo Media Group for $100 Million Over Abortion Pill Story"
Senator Elizabeth Warren on Monday released the results of her DNA test along with a video about her family, aggressively pushing back against President Donald Trump‘s relentless mocking of her questionable claim to be of Native American descent. It was a big splash at first, but it wasn’t long before it became clear she far from laid the questions to rest. As usual, Twitter was the place to follow the story. In perhaps the most amusing (and least fortunate, if you’re a Warren fan) turn of events, the Boston Globe, which broke the story, had to issue a correction already, and it highlighted the inherent absurdity in the question, and the numbers being discussed, as the Daily Caller’s Saagar Enjeti pointed out.