There's nothing funnier than watching the grown man act as if he's drowning in just 3 feet of water, despite the fact that he can easily stand up in the water that is nowhere's near going over top of his head.
Muslims have done everything they can in order to convince Western women that Islam is not an oppressive religion. Despite the fact that videos like this continue to prove otherwise. This Muslim woman continues to act as if the veil she has on her face is not hindering her ability to drink or eat easily, yet proves the exactly the opposite as she videos herself.
New York Democratic congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez struggled to explain her position on the Israel-Palestine conflict Friday night before admitting she is “not an expert” on the situation.
“I also think that what people are starting to see in the occupation of Palestine is just an increasing crisis of humanitarian conditions, and that, to me, is just where I tend to come from on this issue,” Ocasio-Cortez said on “Firing Line” on Friday night.
Host Margaret Hoover pushed back on Ocasio-Cortez, a self-described Democratic Socialist, asking her to expand on her claim that Israel occupies Palestine.
“Oh — I think what I meant is that the settlements that are increasing in some of these areas and places where Palestinians are experiencing difficulty in access to housing and homes,” Ocasio-Cortez replied.
“Do you think you can expand on that?” Hoover asked again.
“Yeah I think — I am not the expert on geopolitics on this issue,” Ocasio-Cortez finally admitted.
A Democratic lawmaker posted a video of herself dancing to Drake's newly released song "In My Feelings" on Twitter Friday, urging the song's mysterious "Keke" to vote in November's midterm elections.
Rep. Joyce Beatty (D-Ohio) posted the half-minute video Friday afternoon, writing that the Trump administration's policies had her and other Americans "in my feelings."
"I don't know who Keke is but I want her to vote next November because this @WhiteHouse has me and many other Americans "in my feelings". #KekeMustVote #InMyFeelingsChallenge," Beatty wrote in a post accompanying the video.
In the video, Beatty steps out of a white car, dressed in an all-white suit and dances with two staffers.
They said nothing, but the tension was clearly strong between this man and woman. The man just wanted some air, the woman wanted to keep him from enjoying the air that she couldn't even feel due to her position on the bus.
President Donald Trump refused to take a question from CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta during a joint press conference with British Prime Minister Theresa May on Friday, saying that he does not take questions from CNN and that the network is "fake news."
Trump took multiple questions from reporters during the press conference in Chequers, U.K., ranging from his upcoming summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki on Monday to his recent interview with The Sun, in which he criticized May and questioned the possibility of a U.S.-U.K. trade deal.
After Trump finished an answer, reporters in the audience raised their hands to ask another question, including Acosta, who interjected to ask a question since Trump criticized CNN. Acosta several times asked if he could pose a question, but Trump instead called on Fox News White House correspondent John Roberts.
Trump then addressed Acosta directly after he continued to try to ask a question.
"CNN is fake news. I don't take questions from CNN. John Roberts of Fox. Let's go to a real network," Trump said, shutting down Acosta.
The liberal media loves to make up stories, this one might write itself! Watch as a cameraman trips over a pile of bags lying on the ground seconds after the UK's Boris Johnson raises his hand. Does he actually possessed some Jedi mind Powers? Liberal media will make sure that people believe he does.
Be careful at who you whistle at when you're in countries in the EU that are known for having transvestites walking around in public dressed as females. Here is one of those examples where you may want to observe the massive back on this dude walking around dressed in a women's gown.
For all of CNN's talk about President Trump coarsening American culture, the network is hardly blameless. Over the last year, the station has gone on something like a profanity rampage, using virtually every imaginable expletive on the air. Things started after Trump was reported to have referred to some countries in Africa as "sh*tholes" in a private meeting with aides. The hosts on CNN used that an opportunity to then repeat the word, uncensored, dozens of times over the next few days. Once the seal was broken, CNN's anchors and contributors were let loose. And "sh*t" is hardly the only obscenity CNN's on-air crew let loose. -- F bombs? Check. Blaspheming? Check. The "b" word? Check. Racial slurs? Check, check, check. -- Fortunately for CNN, the FCC doesn't impose its language guidelines on cable channels. But, many viewers will inevitably wonder: Does that make it right?
This kid won the presidency for his university by giving this hilarious speech at a city town hall meeting where he endorses massage parlors being able to give handjobs to "fat sweaty men", of course, as long as both sides agree.