Approximately 100 graduating Notre Dame students walked out of their commencement on Saturday as a staged protest against their commencement speaker, Vice President Mike Pence.
According to IndyStar, a group of students led by former student body president Bryan Ricketts had planned the protest since Pence was first announced as commencement speaker back in March. Police had been made aware of the protest. A video posted by NBC South Bend affiliate WNDU — which you can watch below — shows the students leaving Notre Dame Stadium to a mix of cheers and boos as Pence began his speech.
California’s elected Democrats had tough words for President Donald Trump and the GOP Congress on Saturday, urging their party’s fired-up activists to work against the 14 Republicans in the state’s congressional delegation.
The party’s leaders blasted Trump’s alleged ties to Russia and presented California as the epicenter of liberal resistance to the president.
“The world, literally the world, is counting on all of you, counting on California to reject Trump’s deception and destructiveness,” said Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom, who is among a crowded field of Democrats running for governor next year.
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris, often mentioned as a potential candidate for president in 2020, accused Trump of putting “Russia first, America second.”
In a sign of the vigor of the party’s distaste for the president, outgoing party Chair John Burton, a longtime Democratic lawmaker and powerbroker known for his blunt and profane manner, extended two middle fingers in the air as the crowd cheered and joined him.
“F— Donald Trump,” he said.
The California Democratic Party convention started with a bang Friday night, with protesters disrupting speeches at the official kickoff and state party Chairman John Burton unleashing a series of F-bombs aimed at the demonstrators.
The chanting began when Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg and Burton stepped up to the podium in a cavernous hall at the state capital’s convention center, with protesters shouting demands that the party reject corporate donations and work to implement a single-payer healthcare system.
Burton, known for his salty language, lashed out quickly. He told protesters that the Democratic Party had been fighting for single-payer healthcare “since before you were born.”
“Hey, shut the … up or go outside,” Burton said.
Whom can you enslave? What can you do with female slaves? Can you beat them and have sex with them? The US-backed militants of the self-styled Islamic State, never shy to parade their gruesome, atavistic interpretation of the Quran and its place as they see it in the modern world, have now answered those questions.
In a long list of the dos and don’ts governing the enslavement and treatment of women and girls captured by jihadi warriors, ISIS includes details of “permissible” sexual practices with female slaves. The new rules follow widespread reports this summer of the jihadis enslaving women from the Yazidi religious minority seized during the militants’ lightning offensive in northern Iraq.
Issued Dec. 3 by ISIS’s “Research and Fatwa Department,” the rules are laid out in question-and-answer format—a kind of “Slavery for Dummies.” It is permissible to beat slaves, trade them, and offer them as gifts, to take virgins immediately and to have sex with a pre-pubescent girl, “if she is fit for intercourse,” whatever that means.
According to Nazand Begikhani, an adviser to the Kurdistan regional government and researcher at the University of Bristol Gender and Violence Research Center, ISIS has kidnapped more than 2,500 Yazidi women. Yazidi activists, meanwhile, say they have compiled a list of at least 4,600 missing Yazidi women, seized after they were separated from male relatives, who were shot.
The women were bussed, according to firsthand accounts of women who have managed to flee, to the ISIS-controlled cities of Mosul in Iraq and Raqqa in Syria, and chosen and traded like cattle. Kurdish authorities in northern Iraq say they have freed about 100 Yazidi women. In October, ISIS justified its enslavement of the women—and of any non-believing females captured in battle—in its English-language digital magazine Dabiq. Islamic theology, ISIS propagandists argued, gives the jihadis the right, much in the same way that the Bible’s Ephesians 6:5 tells “Slaves, obey your earthly masters with fear and trembling.”
Muhammad from Birmingham phoned Katie Hopkins to speak about how child grooming gangs have put his Pakistani community to shame.
The caller was in tears while speaking to Katie Hopkins about the abuse some children have been subjected to.
He said: "I am a Pakistani, and I have identified 38 towns that have been affected, and there are a lot more, I guarantee you there's a lot more.
"And my Pakistani community needs to take stock of what's happened...because when I was a child, and as we grow up, we are taught, we are taught that the white girls are slags.
"Now imagine that, being taught that as a child, and you grow up as a teenager, as an adult, and you see white girls as trash. Not only that Katie, this issue is also racially motivated, religiously, may I add, motivated."
Muhammad then referenced the recent BBC docudrama 'Three Girls', which followed the stories of three victims of the Rochdale sexual abuse.
He went on: "Because this is a no brainer, you don't see any Hindus out there, or Sikhs you know, and this has to be spoken about. And I think that the drama that was aired, it was a fantastic job done.
"But they could not include all of the torture or the beatings because it was too horrendous. The drama on its own will put my community to shame, because shame and honour is more important to my community than these young girls.
"As soon as my community sees these girls as kids, and not adults, then we can move on. At the moment my community sees these girls as adults and it's their fault for being out late at night.
"I think this has to be spoken about."
The caller then became very emotional. Watch the clip to hear what else he had to say.
Newt Gingrch: People talk about was their influence from Russia? Does this mean they are going to look at the $500,000 paid to Bill Clinton? Does that mean they are going to look at the uranium deal that gave Russia 20% of the uranium while Hillary Clinton was Secretary of State? …At the same time we have this very strange story now. This young man who worked for the Democratic National Committee who apparently was assassinated at 4 in the morning after having giving Wikileaks something like 53,000 emails and 17,000 attachments. Nobody’s investigating that. And what does that tell you about what is going on?
Firefighters on Sunday put out a forest fire that had been raging for days in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, authorities said. The fire broke out around 12:00 p.m. BJT on Wednesday in Chenbaerhu Banner in the city of Hulunbuir.
“You are the best nation produced for mankind. You enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong and believe in Allah.” — Qur’an 3:110
The Qur’an says that Muslims are the “best nation” because they “enjoin what is right and forbid what is wrong.” This inculcates the assumption that the Islamic understanding of morality and law is superior to any other, and is indeed the best, and to be imposed in preference to other systems wherever and whenever possible. Europe will be no different from anywhere else.
“German Police Union Chief: Migrants ‘Laugh At Our Justice,’” by Chris Tomlinson, Breitbart, October 7, 2016:
The chief of the German police union claims that criminal migrants from North Africa are laughing at the German justice system as they are allowed to go free after committing crimes.
Cheif [sic] of the German police union Rainer Wendt has expressed severe concern regarding the increasing number of migrant criminals, especially those of a North African origin. He claims that unless the justice system changes no real action can be taken to solve migrant crime, reports Kronen Zeitung.
“They despise our country and laugh at our justice,” Mr. Wendt said and warned that the police cannot address migrant crime unless the justice system is willing to step up and deport repeated offenders.
The police, according to Mr. Wendt, “do all they are able to do,” regarding migrant crime. He claims that officers in Germany are putting themselves at constant risk as many of the migrants are known to have a high level of violent behaviour and attack police who attempt to arrest them.
“If there is no pre-trial detention made, no imprisonment is imposed, and no deportations carried out then the police make multiple arrests and the perpetrators get away with it,” he said and maintained that the migrants end up back on the streets.
Mr. Wendt cited the “Casablanca Report” which documented some 2,244 North African migrant criminals in the city of Dusseldorf. According to the police union chief, the numbers for other major German cities are similar and he said that the migrant crisis has only served to reinforce numbers in the already-existing migrant criminal gangs….
While the Democratic Party continues to try and connect President Trump with Russia, recent revelations show Sberbank, Russia’s largest bank, has given huge amounts of money not to the president, but to Democratic insider John Podesta’s brother, Tony Podesta.
Charles Ortel, who investigates potential Clinton Foundation corruption, said the Democratic Party was very quick to say President Trump had a connection with Russia, and that Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential campaign.
But a recent article in The Daily Caller shows that while there is no definitive proof of a connection between Trump and Russia, there is proof of a connection between Russia and members of the Democratic Party.
“Sberbank is if not the largest Russian bank, one of them. It featured heavily in the Clinton Cash book as the bank that helped arrange the purchase of Uranium One. So it’s a bank that’s very active in Russia, very tied into the Russian oligarchs. All during the 2016 campaign, and even now, the allegation has been from the Democrats ‘it’s Trump who has the Russian ties. Trump won’t explain his Russian ties. Well recently, it’s just come out in an excellent article by Richard pollack at the Daily Caller, documents just how much the Podesta group which I think is run by Tony Podesta, John Podesta’s brother and their very close friends and business partners, the Podesta Group was being paid a lot of money by Sberbank during the campaign,” Ortel said.
Ortel said this was not disclosed on the various forms as it should have been disclosed.
And is a perfect example of potential government corruption in what is known to millions of Americans who voted for Trump as the “DC swamp.”
Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro has lashed out at Donald Trump, telling him to get his ‘dirty hands’ out of the country.
It comes after a fresh round of US sanctions and strong condemnation of his socialist government from the American leader.
“In Venezuela, there is a dignified government and we’re here on our feet. Get your hands out of here, Donald Trump, get your dirty hands out of here,” said a defiant Maduro.
“Donald Trump, look in the mirror, at Michel Temer of Brazil. Whoever meddles in Venezuela gets into trouble.”
The Trump administration slapped sanctions on the chief judge and seven other members of Venezuela’s Supreme Court on Thursday.
Officials say it is punishment for annulling the opposition-led Congress in a series of rulings this year.
The move aims to step on pressure on Maduro following a crackdown on street protests and efforts to consolidate his rule.
Defense Secretary James Mattis gave a briefing where he described U.S. plans and policies related to several global hot spots.
Regarding ISIS, he said the President Trump’s new policy was to surround ISIS strongholds before moving in to annihilate its forces. The intent was to keep extremist fighters from escaping to fight in other conflicts.
Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford addressed a clash between U.S. and Syrian government troops, saying it was a “force protection strike.
Our commanders on the ground felt like they were threatened at that point and their rules of engagement allow them to do that,” Dunford explained.
“We’ve gone back and had a conversation at every level now to ensure those kinds of incidents don’t take place again,” he said.
Secretary Mattis also discussed the tensions with North Korea. He said that Chinese efforts seemed to having some effect.
“If this goes to a military solution, it is going to be tragic on an unbelievable scale,” he said. “Our effort is to work the U.N., work with China, work with Japan, work with South Korea to try to find a way out of this situation.”
Migrants in Gothenburg, Sweden have the local police on special alert at the country’s leading mall. Many are afraid to visit Nordstan mall, as citizens are openly harassed and even attacked, Expressen reports, citing police.
According to Expressen, local police are also being intimidated, and have been forced to implement special measures due to an increase in threatening behavior toward shoppers and business owners.
Sales are reported to have taken a massive hit. Although not the largest mall in Sweden, Nordstan is said to bring in the most business.
According to the Swedish paper, trouble starts around 8pm, once the shops begin closing. In some cases, the gangs of young people outnumber the police.
“We have seen an increase since last autumn, with mostly unaccompanied minors who are staying here in Nordstan,” one of the police managers, Jonas Bergqvist, told Expressen.
“In the evening they deal drugs and violence between fractions sometimes occurs. If there are conflicts from their home countries, they bring them here.”
Police also say the gangs are becoming increasingly aggressive towards them.
Bergqvist remembers a group of teens numbering around 150 people, who surrounded him and his colleagues around New Year’s Eve during an operation.
President Donald Trump, in the first stop of his maiden trip abroad, received a regal welcome Saturday in Saudi Arabia, feted by the wealthy kingdom as he aims to forge strong alliances to combat terrorism while pushing past the multiple controversies threatening to engulf his young administration.
For one day, anyway, Trump appeared successful in keeping his domestic woes an ocean away, as he basked in the pageantry that began with an elaborate airport welcome ceremony punctuated by a military flyover and a handshake from Saudi King Salman.
He later was given a tour of one of Riyadh's most opulent palaces and sat through an elaborate signing ceremony in which, one by one, the Saudis agreed to military deals with the U.S. government and private businesses. And he largely kept a distance from reporters who were unable to ask about the tumult at home.
"That was a tremendous day. Tremendous investments in the United States," Trump said after a late day meeting with the Saudi crown prince, his only utterances to the press by late in the day. "Hundreds of billions of dollars of investments into the United States and jobs, jobs, jobs."
An average guy who was grazed by the attacker's car, tells a few news stations what he thinks happened.
At a joint press conference earlier today with Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos, President Donald Trump made sure to point out once again that there was no collusion with Russia when asked about the appointment of a special counsel in the Russia probe. However, he did add one caveat — he could only speak for himself, leaving open the possibility that he may let some of his associates and campaign staff be seen as culpable.
During a CNN panel discussion, CNN counterterrorism analyst Philip Mudd ripped the president for his comments today, calling him a narcissist who is only out for himself.
“We saw this within 24 hours of his inauguration,” Nudd stated, referencing Trump’s pushback on crowd size. “He doesn’t represent 320 million Americans. He represents one. And that’s Donald Trump.”
Besides commenting on how Trump acted today, Mudd went after the president for his Coast Guard Academy commencement speech in which he went on a tangent about how unfairly he’s been treated.
“We’ve seen it from day one,” Mudd noted. “He represents only himself.”
As many onlookers cheered Friday, a crane hoisted the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from the top of a monument in New Orleans.
It is the fourth, and final, Civil War-era landmark the city has removed since late April.
The effort to remove New Orleans' monuments has been part of a nationwide debate over Confederate symbols, which some argue represent slavery and injustice and others say represent history and heritage.
"Na na na na, hey, hey, hey, goodbye!" some in the crowd cheered as the statue was lowered onto a flatbed trailer.
Earlier, with work underway, Mayor Mitch Landrieu explained the city's reasons for removing the statue and other monuments at a private address.
The historical markers "celebrate a fictional, sanitized Confederacy, ignoring the death, ignoring the enslavement, ignoring the terror that it actually stood for. And after the Civil War, these monuments were part of that terrorism as much as burning a cross on someone's lawn," Landrieu said.
In a speech about the removal of the monuments, the mayor said they were landmarks that were not a true reflection of the city.
"To literally put the Confederacy on a pedestal in our more prominent places -- in honor -- is an inaccurate recitation of our full past, is an affront to our present and it is a bad prescription for our future," said Landrieu, the city's first white mayor since 1978, who is in his final term presiding over a city that is 60% African-American.
Three Mississippi teenagers are accused of killing a 6-year-old boy after stealing the car he was left in.
The child, Kingston Frazier, was left alone in a Toyota Camry in a Kroger parking lot around 1:15 a.m. Thursday, authorities said.
The three suspects pulled into the parking lot in a separate car, the Hind’s County Sheriff’s Office said in a statement. One of them allegedly got into the Camry before both vehicles pulled away. It’s not clear whether the driver of the Camry knew the child was in the car.
When Kingston’s mother came out of the store, she alerted a nearby sheriff’s deputy that her vehicle was missing. The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation issued an Amber Alert when it became clear that a child had been inside the stolen vehicle.
Kingston was found dead later Thursday morning in rural Madison County when a passerby noticed the car abandoned on the side of the road and recognized it from the Amber Alert. The boy was shot in the back of the head, Madison County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson Heath Hall said.
Dwan Wakefield, D’Allen Washington and Byron McBride — all in their late teens — are being held without bond in the Madison County Detention Center, Hall said.
All three will be charged as adults with capital murder for the killing of a child during a kidnapping, District Attorney Michael Guest said in a press conference Thursday. They’re also facing auto theft charges in Hinds County, according to the Hinds County Sheriff’s Office.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper on Friday told prominent Trump supporter Jeffrey Lord that he would defend the president even if he "took a dump on his desk."
"If he took a dump on his desk, you would defend it," Cooper said.
Lord appeared momentarily stunned before he and other guests started to laugh.
"I mean, I don't know what he would do that you would not defend," Cooper said. "I mean, you're a loyal guy, I think that speaks well of you."
Cooper had been asking Lord about President Trump calling former FBI Director James Comey "a nut job" in his meeting with Russian officials one day after firing him.
Cooper apologized to Lord a short time later for being "a little crude."
"I like having your voice on here and I think you're an important voice to have, so I'm sorry I was a little crude. And you defend the president very well, and that's your job," he said.
Cooper later repeated his apology on Twitter and said he'd been "unprofessional."
The main arguments in favor of Net Neutrality are really arguments guarding against hypotheticals: that ISPs could otherwise block and censor content (they never have) or that they'll run their operations like shakedowns, requiring content providers to pay up or slow their traffic to molasses. The main documented instance of an ISP favoring one content provider over others wasn't sinister collusion. Metro PCS offered unlimited YouTube in a budget data plan but not unlimited Hulu and Netflix, because YouTube had a compression system that could be adapted to the carrier's low-bandwidth network. In a different context, critics might have applauded Metro PCS, since bought by T-Mobile, for bringing more options to lower-income customers.
Net Neutrality is a proxy battle over what type of internet we want to have—one characterized by technocratic regulations or one based on innovation and emergent order. Progessives are generally suspicious of complex systems existing without powerful regulators present and accounted for. Small-government folks are repulsed by bureaucrats in general, and think the internet will fair better in a state of benign neglect. The FCC has come down on the side of an organic internet, instead of treating the internet more like a public utility.
We don't know how the internet is going to evolve over time, but neither do the government administrators trying to rein it in. But given the record of free-market innovation vs. government-regulated services, the odds are with market forces and entrepreneurs.
The most senior Muslim cleric in Australia issued a downright comical claim that is easily disproven with just a little bit of research.
The clerk claims that Australia actually belongs to Muslims because "Islam was here before the English fleet".
Yet there is not a single shred of evidence proving that Australia ever had Muslims prior to the British arriving.
A professor wants universities to “stop hiring white cis men,” according to her May blog post uncovered by Campus Reform Wednesday.
“If you are a cis white man (meaning you identify as male and you were assigned male at birth) you almost certainly should resign from your position of power,” wrote Piper Harron, a temporary assistant professor at University of Hawaii at Manoa.
“That’s right, please quit. Too difficult? Well, as a first step, at least get off your hiring committee, your curriculum committee, and make sure you’re replaced by a woman of color or trans person. Don’t have any in your department? HOW SHOCKING.”
Harron, who is black and teaches math at Manoa, informed readers that “actual solutions require women of color and transgender individuals,” noting that “having white cis women run the world is no kind of solution,” referencing the 53 percent of white women who voted to elect President Donald Trump.
The professor said universities should “stop hiring white cis men (except as needed to get/retain people who are not white cis men) until the problem goes away,” telling readers that if they “think this is a bad or un-serious idea, their sexism/racism/transphobia is showing.”
President Donald Trump has instructed the Pentagon to "annihilate" the Islamic State group in Syria in a bid to prevent escaped foreign fighters from returning home, Defense Secretary Jim Mattis said Friday.
The move to encircle then kill as many jihadists in place as possible -- rather than letting them exit a city and targeting them as they flee -- reflects an increased urgency to stop battle-hardened jihadists bringing their military expertise and ideology back to European capitals and other areas.
The president has "directed a tactical shift from shoving ISIS out of safe locations in an attrition fight to surrounding the enemy in their strongholds so we can annihilate ISIS," Mattis said, using an acronym for IS.
"The intent is to prevent the return home of escaped foreign fighters."
Trump, who campaigned on a pledge to quickly defeat IS, signed an executive order soon after taking office giving his generals 30 days to come up with a revised plan to wipe the jihadists out.
Prosecutors in Italy say a man who stabbed a policeman and two soldiers at Milan’s main train station on Thursday is being investigated for international terrorism.
Police say Ismail Hosni attacked the officers on Thursday night after they asked to see his identity papers. None of the three suffered life-threatening injuries.
Video footage released by police showed the injured officers tackling the suspect and pushing him to the ground before other security forces intervened.
Police say the 20-year-old, who faces possible attempted murder charges, has dual Italian and Tunisian nationality and was born in Milan.
Anti-terrorism police are now looking into whether he has links with militant groups.
CNN claims it’s right down the middle, somewhere between the left-wing MSNBC and the more conservative-friendly Fox News Channel. But an MRC study of an entire day of CNN’s coverage shows the network spent almost all of its time covering the Trump presidency, with a heavily skewed roster of anti-Trump guests and on-air commentators.
To get a handle on CNN’s news priorities during the Trump era, a team of MRC analysts reviewed all of the cable network’s programming on Friday, May 12, starting with the 4am ET Early Start and continuing through the 11pm ET CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, a total of 20 hours of material.
After excluding commercials, teases and promos, our analysts found 13 hours, 27 minutes of actual news coverage, an average of just over 40 minutes per hour. Of that, a whopping 92 percent (12 hours, 19 minutes) was devoted to the Trump presidency, with a mere 68 minutes — a little more than three minutes per hour — devoted to all of the other news of the day.
The elitists are the same everywhere. More proof that whats going on is much larger than what we are allowed to see.
Watch as this BBC guests Mike suddenly goes silent just seconds after he begins criticizing the liberal icon, Hillary Clinton.
Apparently the folks at BBC have begun taking tips from their American friends in the media at CNN.
The Italian coastguard on Saturday released dramatic footage of migrants being plucked from the water during rescue operations in the Mediterranean Sea. The video released showed one migrant floating using a life-saving device as officers came to his rescue while another, visibly shocked, hung on to the bow of a ship. The coastguard said 2,121 people had been rescued altogether from 17 vessels between Friday and Saturday morning as they tried to reach Europe - but the body of a dead migrant was recovered.
The administration of the Dachau concentration camp museum in Germany has taken Burger King to court, after the fast food chain's local branch refused to stop handing out flyers at the site. The branch manager had reportedly ignored repeated requests to stop.
Crews in New Orleans have removed the last of four monuments to Confederate-era figures: The statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee.
The statue was lifted from its pedestal early Friday evening, capping a day in which hundreds gathered to gawk in a somewhat festive atmosphere.
Lee's statue has been in place for more than 100 years.
Crews already removed the Battle of Liberty Place monument and the statues of Jefferson Davis and P.G.T. Beauregard. The removal process has taken place during the overnight hours, with the exception of Lee's, and with the help of masked crews and large equipment.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu had proposed the removal of the monuments after the 2015 massacre of nine black parishioners at a South Carolina church. The gunman was an avowed racist who brandished Confederate battle flags in photos. The mass shooting recharged debate over whether Confederate emblems represent racism or an honorable heritage.
Landrieu said Friday afternoon that the monuments represent a "sanitized" view of the Confederacy. He added that they were erected years after the Civil War ended by people who wanted to show that white supremacy still held sway in the city.
The City Council approved Landrieu's proposal to remove the monuments in 2015.
Just a form of positive interaction or relationship of the future?
The result of Law enforcement holding a press conference before notifying the parents. The parents showed up mid interview.
From a spider that looks like the sorting hat in Harry Potter, to a deep sea worm that looks like a churro, researchers have revealed the top ten new species for 2017. The 10th annual list also includes a pink insect that bares a striking resemblance to a leaf, a tomato that appears to bleed when its cut, and a polka dot sting ray. During the decade since the first list was compiled in 2008, almost 200,000 new species have been discovered - but experts warn we risk not discovering many other species as extinction rates rise. The list, compiled by the State University of New York's College of Environmental Science's International Institute for Species Exploration (IISE), includes four species found in Asia (India, Indonesia, Laos and Malaysia). Others on the list come from Mexico, the US, Brazil, Colombia, Australia and Papua New Guinea. 'During the decade since our first Top 10 list, nearly 200,000 new species have been discovered and named. 'This would be nothing but good news were it not for the biodiversity crisis and the fact that we're losing species faster than we're discovering them,' said ESF President Dr Quentin Wheeler, the founding director of the IISE. 'The rate of extinction is 1,000 times faster than in prehistory. 'Unless we accelerate species exploration, we risk never knowing millions of species or learning the amazing and useful things they can teach us.' Dr Wheeler said that the largest factor causing rapid extinctions is humans. 'We are altering ecosystems, decimating biodiversity and polluting our waters,' he said. 'Of all the devastating implications of climate change, none is more dangerous than accelerating species extinction. 'We can engineer our way through many impacts of climate change but only hundreds of millions of years will repopulate the planet with biodiversity.' The institute's committee of taxonomists select the top 10 every year from among approximately 18,000 new specie discovered the previous year. The list is made public ever year around May 23 to celebrate the birthday of Carl Linnaeus, an 18th century Swedish zoologist who created the binomial tradition of scientific nomenclature - such as Homo sapiens for humans.
California Congresswoman Maxine Waters has been saying lots of dumb things lately. She insulted members of Trump’s team and called for his impeachment.
Diamond and Silk have had it. They made Maxine Waters the subject of their newest video.
Diamond: Hey y’all. So I know y’all heard about Maxine Waters. She keep talkin’ about impeachment. Maxine: Why don’t we impeach you? We heard that you served on several committees. One being the finance committee. Are you calling for impeachment because you are afraid that maybe, allegedly, this administration may find out something?
Silk: Is that what it is?
Diamond: Is that what’s wrong with you? See, what you should do is do what the people voted you to do. Your job is not to bicker and banter with the 45th president of the United States. Your job is to go do your job and if you forgot how to do your job or can’t figure out a job to do then perhaps you need to pack your stuff and go home.