Brenton Hager was identified as the Oklahoma City man accused of leading police on a wild, high-speed chase in a stolen black truck while streaming part of it on Facebook Live, along with the memorable comment, “I’m on a high speed chase bro.” He also discussed how he wanted to get some “assets” because he had just gotten out of prison.
The incident was one of a series of crimes that have been filmed on Facebook Live, although a high-speed chase was a new wrinkle. As a result, thousands of transfixed viewers watched the drama live on social media and television. The chase eventually ended with police tasing Hager, but not before three hours had unfolded. You can watch the Facebook Live broadcast below. “You don’t see me in a high-speed chase?” The suspect yelled out of the truck’s window at one point in the video, it’s not clear to whom. “I’m in a high-speed chase, bro.”
People praised hip-hop legend Eminem for his expletive laden, sophisticated name-calling, freestyle rant about the Trump administration and life in America. Filmed in a carpark with Marshall Mathers in the foreground, he gave 'props' to Obama, but criticised his successor, before referencing the 'take a knee' protests, tensions between the US and North Korea, the plan to build a wall along the border with Mexico and the treatment of different races.
It's was intense to say the least and considering the US President is prone to calling out his critics on social media - he's been completely silent on the freestyle diss. And that has Eminem pissed.
Speaking to Shade 45 on Sirius XM, the 45-year-old said: "I was and am still extremely angry. I can't stand that motherfucker."
He added: "I feel like he's not paying attention to me. I was kinda waiting for him to say something, and for some reason, he didn't say anything."
To be fair, it would be pretty annoying busting out some absolute fire lyrics to get no response from the target of those words.
He said to the camera: "Any fan of mine who's a supporter of his I'm drawing in the sand a line, you're either for or against, and if you can't decide who you like more in your spilt, or who you should stand besides, I'll do it for you with this... Fuck you."
Nothing is sadder than a guy who eerily sounds like every old whiny man in a cartoon, crying to his mother over money on the phone because he needs money for his car. Just pathetic. Yet hilarious. Adam Sandler characters just came to real life.
Sunday on “CNN Newsroom” during a live report from Alabama, a person shouted “fake news” at reporter Nick Valencia while he was live on site covering the state’s U.S. Senate race.
Off camera you can hear the person shouting, “Fake news, fake news fake news — all of you are conspiring against Roy Moore.”
Either this guys eyes are completely messed up, or he is just a scam artist attempting to try to get something for free.
Listen as he attempts to bargain with workers who just replace glass in a frame that he brought in after paying $20. The man claims the glass does not adequately suit his requests, despite the glass being the exact same size according to everyone except him.
The man continues to argue with the staff members before finally answering his phone and giving up.
it truly is hard to believe that people this stupid can even function in society.
In a story quickly going viral, a Labor senator named Katy Gallagher accused fellow Liberal Senator Mitch Fifield of “mansplaining” during a proceeding after a particularly lengthy explanation of government processes. Initially confused by the unfamiliar term, the Senator quickly exploded into a righteous rant that, in the politest possible way, shut down the accusation completely.
I present it here in admiration of your manly glory, Senator Fifield.
For those of you who live in warmer climates and don't understand exactly how weather changes affect those to the north, take a look at this young lady, Kaila Cumings, who decided to shovel her freshly laid snow like any other New Hampshire female, in a bikini.
Because apparently the better weather doesn't affect those who have grown up in those areas like it does those South of Kaila.
This Tinder hookup went crazy wrong when the guy's wife returned home and spotted another females clothes on the floor. The guy tried to do his best to wiggle his way out of the situation but the girl just wasn't buying it.
Eventually, the woman leaves, and the hook up fearfully tries to flee. Watch the entire video above.
One of the protesters who joined in an event to scream at the sky for the anniversary of President Donald Trump's election responded curtly to a Fox News host asking about the experience.
Jesse Watters, co-host of "The Five," reported on a group of screamers at Washington Square Park in New York City, who were expressing their frustration. Watters asked one protester in a Kansas City Royals baseball cap whether screaming made him feel better.
"Somewhat," the man replied.
"Do you want a pacifier?" Watters followed up.
"Go fuck yourself," the man replied, laughing and walking away.
Watters' other interactions with the protesters provided a mix of reactions.
"Do you think screaming at the sky makes your side look good?" Watters asked one man.
"Screaming into the sky makes our side look fun," the man responded.
One woman screamed into the camera for ten seconds and didn’t feel any better afterward.
Planned protests across of the country Wednesday consisted of angry Americans screaming at the sky on the anniversary of Donald Trump's election victory.
The Washington Free Beacon previously reported on the primal screams in New York, Philadelphia, Denver and elsewhere, but additional footage revealed some surprising locales for others protesting the president, including Scranton, Pride Rock, the Mines of Moria, and space.
If you want to see just how bias the media is when it comes to any and everything that President Trump says and does, take a look at this video showing both Barack Obama AND Bill Clinton saying the exact same ideas regarding Illegal immigration, yet no media outlets were labeling them racist or anti-Hispanic. This is yet another glaring example of faux outrage.
Anguished democrats who are still heartbroken over Hillary Clinton losing the election and Donald Trump winning the election, exactly one year ago. They have been gathering tonight in over 25 cities to “scream helplessly at the sky” in protest of President Trump’s election.