Apparently even this group of dogs is showing more respect to president Trump speaking than the current "mad about everything" liberals who you see protesting absolutely any and everything the president does or says.
CCTV footage shows how the man first tried to use a lift - struggling to get the appliance through the door while using a trolley.
Once down on the platform at Bowen Hills Station, Brisbane, Australia, the man wheels it in between commuters waiting for their trains in bizarre scenes.
We’ve been reporting on all of the CNN memes and GIFS but this could be the best one yet for the very reason that it’s not violent and yet it shows exactly what power President Trump has over the media. Take it away, Bugs: This is the best damn meme I've ever seen. #CNNMemeWar -- It’s perfect, right? Trump is the maestro and the media is his orchestra, following his every command: This did make me laugh. 😂😂😂 *no journalists were hurt during the making of this meme. Hands down, the winning CNN meme showing exactly how the President plays the #FakeNews media. Ya gotta love this Meme.
CNN is known for not just their fake news, they are also known for targeting those who attempt to expose the network with hilarious gifs, that the president may have found funny enough to retweet.
That of course ended just as badly for CNN is most of their fake news stories. Now people are creating even funnier fake news videos in order to stand by the young man CNN attempted to blackmail in order to never make fun of the network again.
Whether you think Donald Trump’s tireless online tweaking of CNN is “modern day presidential” or perpetually juvenile, CNN’s stone-faced response has been a marvel to witness, as have the approximately 50 or so new GIFs we’ve seen pop up since the first went viral. CNN, in the meantime, spent the day digging itself further into a hole while the hashtag #CNNBlackmail just kept rising higher. Andrew Kaczynski might (or might not) have tracked down the person who made the WWE video, but no one really cared about that; rather, it was CNN reserving the right to name him should he repeat his ugly behavior or repost the clip that got everyone’s attention.
Some said CNN’s claim that it has added the line “out of concern for his safety” sounded better in Tony Soprano’s voice, but we think Brandon Morse of TheBlaze nailed it with this completely voluntary apology video. -- TheBlaze: “Brandon Morse would like to make an apology that is not forced in any way.” -- Perfectly done. LMAO! This is too good not to share. #CNNBlackmail - The CNN hostage video you knew was coming… This is hilarious. ROTFL PRICELESS!! LMFAO!!!!!! I LOVE IT!!! HAHAHAHA -- Blessed be her name...Wrongthink...For the small minded out there, this is called satire, and it is brilliant!
That was like he acted out the memes that have been going out since last night… A work of art… This may be tied for first… I wish I had bought stock in CNN memes last night about 9pm. It would have paid off better than early investing at Amazon! #CNNBlackmail -- The conversation CNN had with the guy they threatened to dox seems to have gone well.
Parody musician Remy Munasifi had a little fun with the strong language Democrats have used to warn of dire consequences if the GOP health care bill passes.
"This used to be a country where if you had disagreements, at least at the end of the day you'd recognize the other person probably has the same goals you do, we just have different ideas how best to get there," Munafisi said on "Fox & Friends."
"Now it seems that if you disagree with somebody, you're a murderer or you're a racist or whatever the buzz term of the week happens to be,"
His music video features Sen. Elizabeth Warren's (D-MA) floor speech where she claimed "people will die" from the ObamaCare replacement.
In the video, Munasifi portrays a series of fake senators touting ridiculous bills and claiming that "people will die" if they are not passed.
The comedian agreed with the "Fox & Friends" hosts that the political rhetoric "absolutely" needs to be taken down a notch.
In a District Court petition filed earlier this month, Acosta wrote that, “I want to use my new name because it is more suitable for professional purposes.”
Acosta, 34, is an Odessa resident who was born in Houston, according to a court filing that lists his race as “Hispanic.” Seen at right, Acosta paid a $272 filing fee to become the country’s newest Trump.
In an interview today, Trump said that his parents were born in Mexico and entered the U.S. illegally more than 40 years ago. Noting that both his parents have green cards, Trump added that his mother, who is not a fan of the president, was upset about his name change.
While Trump said that he is a supporter of the president, he acknowledged that he did not vote for the Republican candidate in November since he is unregistered.
Know as “Big Ern,” Trump operates a YouTube channel (7620 subscribers) stocked with stunt and comedy videos. He works as a supervisor for a large retailer whose name he asked TSG not to print.
In a clip posted yesterday, Trump referred to himself as “the undeportable one” and “the president’s son.” He also said that he would like to spend some “father-son time” with the 45th president, adding that an invite to the White House for dinner would be nice.