When you are trying to be cool...
The wince-inducing video shows Wendell Haston jump gamely onto the lid before sliding down the snowy hill in Hendersonville, Tennessee, USA last Tuesday
Watch out for ice! Hilarious moment a Swiss weather girl dramatically slips over in the middle of a live forecast
MSNBC aired another Joe Scarborough single Monday morning, set it to footage of the Women’s March that occurred over the weekend, and effectively kicked off the week in the most awkward way possible.
“And speaking of volatile times and protest movements, we go to break with some of the powerful images from over the weekend as millions of Americans gathered in cities and streets across the nation for the 2018 Women’s March,” Mika said as she introduced the segment with Joe on the screen.
MSNBC then played Scarborough’s newest single, “Stand,” accompanied awkwardly by nostalgic video and photos of the weekend’s Women’s March.
The song is politically motivated, and in his own words, Scarborough said the inspiration for the song comes from “the Women’s March and dedicated to those who #Resist.”
Scarborough did not create a song for the March for Life, which occurred on Friday in Washington, D.C. and attracted thousands of pro-life men and women who marched from the mall to the Supreme court. The March for Life began in 1973 to protest the Roe v. Wade Supreme court case and has happened every year since.
The Women’s March began last year to protest the Trump administration, and this year it has morphed into a “power to the polls” movement. Ironically, even though the Women’s March supposedly stands for female empowerment amid the slew of other factional issues, Linda Sarsour, a figurehead of the Women’s March, was accused of ignoring alleged workplace sexual assault.
If nothing else, watching the Democrats tie themselves into knots over the potential government shutdown has been pretty entertaining. Dem shutdown messaging is so convoluted they're contradicting themselves in real-time:
Hoyer just now: "I believe we should stay here and do our work."
"What is your motion?"
Hoyer: I motion to adjourn.
You can't make this stuff up!
See, that’s what’s so great. You don’t have to make it up, because it’s real. Move over, Dianne Feinstein! Democrat Rep. Steny Hoyer is going for the gold in the Self-Contradictory Olympics:
That’s pretty much how it went, yeah:
Hoyer: “I believe we ought to stay here and do our work [pause for cheers and applause]. And I believe we ought to vote to do so. And therefore, I will vote no.”
“Does the gentleman have a motion?”
Hoyer: “I have a motion … And the motion is the House do now adjourn.”
This is the moment a man running to catch a train ran headfirst into a huge concrete pillar in front of jeering passengers.
Open-mouthed and sprinting as the train pulls away from the platform, in dramatic footage the Philadelphia Eagles fan looks unstoppable and completely oblivious to what's about to happen.
A split-second later the unnamed man, dressed in the team's green jersey, is seen bashing his head as he smashes into the pole front-on in dramatic footage.
People inside the train shout and laugh at what looks like an extremely painful accident.
Unfortunately for him, the journey continues without him.
Amid the current media frenzy surrounding President Donald Trump’s yearly physical and cognitive exam, a group of cocky reporters agreed to undergo the same mental test which the president aced. They undoubtedly expected to find that they could pass the text with ease, thereby proving that it was far too easy an exam to be giving the President of the United States. However, the smug reporters were no longer laughing when the results of their own tests came in.
It has been just one year since President Donald Trump was inaugurated, and already he has been perhaps the most effective president in United States history. Indeed, in just twelve short months, Trump has delivered on nearly every single promise he made to the American people on the campaign trail. He has all but defeated ISIS, he has passed sweeping tax cuts and slashed government regulations, and the economy is now booming.
With such a resounding record of success just one year in, liberals have been left with zero legitimate grounds on which to attack President Trump. They cannot say he doesn’t keep his word, they cannot say we are in a worse spot than we were when Barack Obama left office, and they cannot argue with the skyrocketing stock market or the falling unemployment numbers. Thus, they have taken to claiming that Trump is “mentally unfit” to lead the country.
With all of the talk surrounding Trump’s mental capacity, the media was waiting on pins and needles for the results of his cognitive test to come in.
This timelapse footage shows the hilarious moment a driver gets herself locked up in a car park in Birmingham. The woman desperately tries to drive off, but it took her a few minutes and the help of other two people
Washington Posts response to being featured on President Trumps First Fake News Awards.... Declare it flopped, despite mountains of data proving the exact opposite.
Washington Post libtards put together this video compilation, along with a huge article declaring Pres. Trumps Fake news awards flopped, because... drum roll... The site crashed due to HIGH TRAFFIC!
So according to WaPo, the massive amount of traffic, massive amount of searches, top trending search on Facebook, Twitter, and Google is a "flop".
This is the reason no one trusts the media. Despite a plethora of proof, they flat out lie.
Watch this kid expertly troll his mother and act like he didn't actually order this massive bong that his mom is joyfully watching him open.
Sooner or later, we're all going to be having sex with robots! **Contains NSFW Language**
President Trump kicked CNN star Jim Acosta out of the Oval Office Tuesday after the network’s senior White House correspondent badgered him with racially charged questions.
Acosta has made a habit of grandstanding and interrupting when Trump and his surrogates are available to the media. Tuesday was no exception, as Acosta yelled, “Mr. President,” three times before finally getting Trump’s attention.
“Did you say that you want more people to come in from Norway? Did you say that you wanted more people from Norway? Is that true Mr. President?” Acosta frantically shouted.
“I want them to come in from everywhere… everywhere. Thank you very much everybody,” Trump responded as Acosta continued to bark questions.
“Just Caucasian or white countries, sir? Or do you want people to come in from other parts of the world… people of color,” Acosta shouted.
Trump then pointed directly at Acosta and simply said, “Out!”
Well, just when you think you've seen it all, here come the amish with their horse buggies doing donuts in a parking lot.
This roided up bodybuilder is not liking signing on facebook and seeing everyone taking this ridiculous challenges, like the recent and deadly "tide pod challenge" that has kids dying after ingesting tide pods, meant to clean your clothes.
This was recorded on the afternoon of Dec. 28, 2017.
Chelsea Manning, the transgender woman and former Army private convicted under the Espionage Act of leaking thousands of sensitive government documents, released a campaign video for her Senate run in Maryland.
On YouTube, a warning appears before the video, stating, “This video may be inappropriate for some users.”
The video is starkly anti-government and has dark tones to it, including video of the Charlottesville riots and an upsetting depiction of U.S. government buildings in Washington, D.C.
“We live in trying times. Times of fear, of suppression, of hate. We don’t need more, or better leaders. We need someone willing to fight,” Manning says in the video. “We need to stop asking them to give us our rights. They won’t support us, they won’t compromise. We need to stop expecting that our systems will somehow fix themselves.”
“We need to actually take the reigns of power from them. We need to challenge them at every level. We need to fix this. We don’t need them anymore – we can do better. You’re damn right we got this.”
Pastor Mark Burns followed up on his contentious MSNBC interview today by responding to Joy Reid in their clash over Haiti.
In case you missed it, Reid and Burns fought this morning over President Trump‘s reported “shithole” comments, with Burns arguing that the President of course wants to prioritize the well-being of Americans.
Burns Periscoped his response to Reid and went off on the issues they were debating, saying at one point, “She should just move to Haiti since she’s more concerned about Haitian immigrants than black Americans here in poverty.”
Black Student on Basketball Court Victim of Police Brutality
A 49-year-old salesman never expected to end up on national TV. He slipped on black ice and fell on his lawn.
“The only thought was don't fall backwards so I was eyeballing the grass and did everything I could to get to the grass,” Tim Besecker said.
“I knew landing on the driveway was not a good option.” Besecker spoke to Inside Edition about the incident which happened at his home in Virginia earlier in the week.
CNN counterterrorism expert Philip Mudd said Thursday night he is proud to be a “shitholer,” a term he coined on the spot as someone who is a descendant of a person who has come from a historically ‘shithole country.’ Earlier on Thursday, Trump, in reaction to an immigration deal that would provide for and protect immigrants from Haiti and Africa, called them “shithole countries.”
When Michael Wolff appeared on ABC's "The View" on Wednesday to discuss his new book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, most of the show's co-hosts appeared to cheer him on, but Meghan McCain was ready with tough questions for the author.
"You know, Michael, your credibility is being questioned. Trump says—" McCain began.
"Remember who my credibility is being questioned by," Wolff interjected.
McCain then listed several journalists from mainstream media outlets and public figures who have questioned, if not rejected, claims made in Wolff's book. She also reminded Wolff that he had to apologize for mixing up names in one part of his book.
She also mentioned that one of the sources who Wolff used for a story that disparages President Donald Trump has fabricated stories in the past.
Wolff first reacted by jokingly apologizing for mixing up names, but he did not respond to McCain's other claims.
Pushed again on how people can trust his quotes, Wolff defended himself, saying "I think you also have to look at the people who are not denying it."
McCain also pressed Wolff multiple times to try and find out whether quotes from the now-deceased former Fox News chief Roger Ailes were on the record.
"Fair question, and I'll tell you what happened," Wolff said. "This was actually an off-the-record dinner. But two things happened—"
"This is why people hate journalists by the way. It's why I don't believe in the concept of off the record, this right here," McCain interjected.
Wolff said that he reported the off-the-record comments because his source, Ailes, had died.
A Washington Post article analyzed Wolff's interview and criticized his comments, saying, "It's almost like Wolff is trying [sic] to make journalists look bad."
Megyn Kelly’s secret to staying skinny during law school? Asking her stepfather to fat-shame her.
On Thursday, Kelly, 47, revealed on her eponymous “Today” show that, while studying at Albany Law School in the 1990s, she asked her stepfather, Peter Kirwan, to fat-shame her whenever she wanted to eat.
“Some of us want to be shamed!” Kelly said. “When I was in law school, I was gaining weight, I said to my stepfather, ‘If you see me going into that kitchen one more time, you say, ‘Where you going, fat ass?’ And it works!”
Kelly was interviewing “Fit Mom” Maria Kang, a 37-year-old mommy blogger. Kang drew online ire in 2013 when she posted a photo of herself (looking toned) and her three kids on Facebook, captioned “What’s your excuse?” Critics were quick to accuse Kang of body-shaming less-fit moms.
Comedian Michelle Collins also witnessed the incident and tweeted about what she saw.
“In a NY first, I just saw a man on the subway tracks at Bryant Park threatening to kill himself over the unfair treatment of women,” she wrote. “I spoke to an older woman waiting for the train who asked me if he was a Communist… In short, hope he gets help and New Yorkers as per usual did not bat a lash.”
California Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA) told reporters Wednesday that he doesn’t consider California to be a sanctuary state but rather a “Golden State,” a reference to the state’s nickname.
A reporter asked Brown if it was too soon to consider making California a sanctuary state for marijuana following Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to change federal policy about the substance.
The reporter’s question played off of the so-called “sanctuary state” bill that Brown signed into law in October, which limited cooperation between “local officials and federal immigration enforcement.”
“First of all, we don’t have a sanctuary state. We have a Golden State,” Brown said.
Some reporters in the room laughed when Brown suggested that California was not a sanctuary state.
Do you have a dirty mind?
This jackass was attempting to act a fool on camera in hopes he would go viral, that was a huge mistake because the security guard had completely opposing opinions of his shenanigans.
Watch as this security guard take this guy down within seconds of him acting a fool and jumping on the stores counter.