A news anchor entertained viewers watching a high speed police chase when he started to commentate as though he was watching an exciting sports game.
The reporter was following the action in a helicopter after a man wanted for assault with a deadly weapon went on the run earlier this week.
And he seemed particularly excited when the suspect got taken down by a K9 police dog.
The alleged carjacker, later identified as 37-year-old Antonio Padilla Jr, is first seen in the aerial footage causing several crashes on a four-lane carriageway, before driving in the emergency lane.
Padilla then jumps multiple sets of red light as undercover officers from the Garden Grove Police Department in Orange County, Los Angeles, follow in hot pursuit.
Listen to Tommy Robinson interview a bunch of German leftists who seem to know absolutely nothing about what's going on in their own country as long as it's a Muslim who commits the crime. They even attempt to cover up for the Muslim after he murdered and raped a young German girl. Listen to some of these responses from the leftist who seem to know absolutely nothing, and then their right wing opponents who seem to know everything about what's actually going on in their country.
Watch this drunk idiot almost get into a fight with his own mirror reflection before finally seeming to realize that he wasn't going to win the battle.
A widely-used online writing and grammar resource by Purdue University is encouraging students to avoid ‘generic use of MAN and other words with masculine markers.’
No more using the words “mailman”, “postman”, “mankind”, “Manchester”, “man-made”, “Manhattan”, “batman, “superman”, “boogeyman”, “businessman”, “cameraman”, “woman”, “human”, “romance”, and the list goes on.
All set to be banned because of the ‘feelz’ of a looney few.
It looks like the Antifa terrorist movement is quickly losing its steam as they're even unable to garner support and possibly one of the most democratic cities in all of America, Washington DC.
Anti-fascist demonstrators clashed with police in Milan on Saturday during a day of nation-wide demonstrations against the far-right Casa Pound party.
Clashes erupted when demonstrators tried to overcome a police cordon in Largo la Foppa in an attempt to enter an adjacent street and form a procession.
Anti-Casa Pound demonstrations took place in Rome and Palermo on the same day, in a tense political climate ahead of the March 4 general elections.
These trash cans are getting expensive out here.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R., Texas) said Thursday he didn't think anyone in history had ever been afraid of Chris Cuomo, a response to the CNN host's suggestion that Cruz feared coming on the network to defend his stance on gun rights.
Speaking at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) with The Federalist‘s Ben Domenech, Cruz spoke out strongly against Democrats' calls for gun control, saying their answer was always to strip away Second Amendment rights.
Domenech joked at one point whether Cuomo had tweeted in the past five minutes Cruz was afraid to come on "New Day" and talk about gun rights.
"You know, I am quite certain in the history of the universe, nobody has ever been afraid of Chris Cuomo," Cruz said, drawing laughter.
Cuomo had suggested last week Cruz and other Republicans were afraid to come on his network, leading Cruz to fire back he had spoken with CNN for 15 minutes about gun measures and the network had not aired it.
Cruz also called Wednesday night's town hall a "CNN informercial."
The town hall gave students, teachers and families connected to the Stoneman Douglas mass shooting last week to ask questions about gun control measures. Sen. Marco Rubio (R., Fla.) and National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch were among the participants and they took sharp-edged questions that called for gun control and blasted the NRA.
Cruz criticized the forum and noted one of the biggest cheer lines was when the audience reacted to the idea of banning every semiautomatic rifle sold in America.
"The left's answer is always, always, always strip the Second Amendment rights from law-abiding citizens," Cruz said. "Here's one of the many problems. It doesn't work."
Cruz said if you wanted crime to take off, "disarm the law-abiding citizens."
Cuomo has taken a stridently pro-gun control stance in his coverage, spreading a debunked story about being able to buy an AR-15 in five minutes with an expired ID and declaring former Florida Rep. David Jolly (R.) to be "on the right side" because of his support for gun control measures.
PELOSI: “Well, I’m not the wall’s biggest advocate in Congress, but I do know that representatives in the House and Senators in that body from the border wall areas have some serious objection to a wall because they know how detrimental it can be to the community trade, to all of the other aspects of a border.” But again, let’s sit down and talk things through and see what makes sense. Not some commitment to a promise that we’re going to build a wall and Mexico is going to pay for it. That’s never going to happen. Let’s talk about where a more serious structure might be necessary, where fencing will do, or mowing the grass so people can’t be smuggled through the grass, that’s something, levies, technology, personnel.”
On Wednesday afternoon during Milan Fashion Week, Gucci staged a spectacular yet peculiar fashion show that included “cyborg” models — which, upon a deeper look, possessed an underlying metaphorical feminist message.
In the Gucci show notes, creative director Alessandro Michele referenced A Cyborg Manifesto, written by Donna Haraway in 1984. In it, Haraway uses the concept of a “cyborg” to represent women, without the constraints of society’s traditional gender labels. As one Wired writer notes, the cyborg in Haraway’s piece “trashes the big oppositions between nature and culture, self and world that run through so much of our thought.”
It poses the idea that all of us are not “naturally made” — or rather, we are “constructed,” like a cyborg. And if “given the right tools, we can all be reconstructed.” That is to say, women aren’t born to be wives, born to work in the house, or “naturally” submissive and overly emotional people. Women can choose to be however they want to be.
Today, feminism is defined as “the advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes.” But in Gucci’s world, sexes and genders do not exist. So Michele raises a bigger question: Why let traditional gender constraints put forth by society stop women from moving forward with their goals and dreams?
Michele’s vision for Gucci includes models who are genderless: Men wear “women’s” clothing and vice versa, something he has done for several seasons now. He toys with the idea that in the future, traditional notions of men and women will no longer exist. As written in the show notes, “The collection goes further beyond, taking the shape of a genuine Cyborg Manifesto (D.J. Haraway), in which the hybrid is metaphorically praised as a figure that can overcome the dualism and the dichotomy of identity. The Cyborg, in fact, is a paradoxical creature keeping together nature and culture, masculine and feminine, normal and alien, psyche and matter.”
Michele continues, “Gucci Cyborg is post-human: it has eyes on its heads, faun horns, dragon puppies and doubling heads. It’s a biologically indefinite and culturally aware creature.” He refers to these “Gucci Cyborgs” as mongrels, which suggest indefinable, intermixed breeds.
In a show setting that mimicked a surgical operating room, models walked down the Gucci runway carrying their own severed “heads,” as well as an artificial baby dragon, chameleon, and snake, re-created for a different kind of world. The collection included Michele’s signature maximalist style, with beaded jackets layered atop patterned blouses and floral trousers underneath plaid skirts. Ruffled velvet dresses were styled with turbans, and knit balaclavas were paired with exaggerated metallic Victorian blouses.
Justin Trudeau has been ridiculed on social media by Indians for his 'tacky' and over the top outfit choices while on his first visit to their nation as Prime Minister.
While many praised his clothing during the first two days of his trip, patience was wearing thin by the time he attended a Bollywood gala on Tuesday night, before the tide turned against him on Wednesday.
Ministers, authors, journalists and ordinary Indians lined up to mock him on Wednesday, saying his wardrobe was 'fake and annoying'.
Perhaps taking note of the criticism, the Canadian leader donned a suit on Thursday as he visited Jama Masjid, one of India's largest mosques.
Leading the criticism was Omar Abdullah, former chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir, who tweeted on Wednesday saying Trudeau's preening was 'all just a bit much.'
'We Indians do not dress like this every day sir, not even in Bollywood.'
Bhaavna Arora, a bestselling Indian author, also chimed in, accusing Trudeau of wearing 'fancy dress' and saying she found it 'fake and annoying'.
Shekhar Gupta, founder of Indian newspaper ThePrint also mocked the Canadian Prime Minister, accusing him of 'running a week-long “election campaign” in India in fancy dress.'
Yet another Libtard came up running his mouth attempting to start a fight with a Trump supporter only to end up on his ass after smacking the Trump supporters MAGA hat right off of his head, with a bit of a face slap in the process.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.) became testy with "Meet the Press" host Chuck Todd on Sunday when his own voting record on guns was brought up.
Todd asked Sanders about his past voting record where he has not always voted for gun control and comments of his from 2013 where he said gun control wouldn't necessarily prevent shootings.
"If you passed the strongest gun control legislation tomorrow, I don't think it will have a profound effect on the tragedies we have seen," Sanders said in 2013.
Todd first mentioned Sanders's prior comments and before Todd could finish his question, Sanders interrupted him to boast of his poor voting record grade from the NRA.
"Senator, you ended up voting for some of those reforms, gun control measures that you weren't 100 percent sure would solve all the problems," Todd said. "Where are you today? Do you think now—"
"Hey, Chuck, Chuck, let's be very clear!" Sanders said. "Hey, Chuck, let's be very clear. I have a D-minus voting record from the NRA. I lost an election probably for Congress here in Vermont back in 1988, because I believed that we should not be selling or distributing assault weapons in this country. I am on record and have been for a very long time in saying we have got to significantly tighten up the background checks."
During the 2016 Democratic primary, Hillary Clinton criticized Sanders for several of his past votes against gun control.
When we think of Fergie we tend to associate her with the catchy, likeable tunes of her Black Eyed Peas day, so her latest performance came as something of a shock.
While appearing at an NBA All-Star game over the weekend, the singer was scheduled to perform the American national anthem in what many believed would be in traditional fashion.
The artist, 42, instead offered audiences at the veune and at home an altogether different version of Star Spangled Banner.
LeBron James and Kevin Durant have both responded to comments made by Fox News' Laura Ingraham that were critical of the two for what they said about Donald Trump in a video with ESPN's Cari Champion for the UNINTERRUPTED.
After James said Trump "really don't give a f--- about the people," Ingraham said James and Durant should "shut up and dribble" instead of discussing politics.
When asked about the comments Saturday during All-Star media availability, James said he laughed at first when he initially heard of the comments and that Ingraham's reaction proves what he has been saying about societal issues is correct. He added that he means "too much to society" and the youth to not use his platform in ways like this.
CNN’s Brian Stelter warned Americans to beware of their social media interactions, saying they could be interacting with an entity of foreign propaganda.
To get his point across, the reporter cited his own experience spending a period of time arguing with a troll on Twitter.
“I remember before Election Day getting into arguments with this Twitter troll, not knowing it was a Russian Twitter troll,” Stelter said. “I remember trying to debunk his lies.”
“I guess it was a waste of time,” he added.
Prehaps the lesson for everyone here is to avoid arguments on the internet.
A packed movie theater in Atlanta was treated to the first 10 minutes of Fifty Shades Freed instead of Black Panther and the crowd was not amused. One Marvel fan just keeps shouting, "No!" over and over again. The two movies could not be more different than each other and one has to wonder how a mix up like that could ever happen in the first place, especially on the opening night of Black Panther, a movie that people have been looking forward to for months.
One moviegoer took to social media to share a few videos from the first 10 minutes of Fifty Shades Freed with a crowd both laughing and angry at the same time. There are many people laughing, but there are just as many who are shouting and displaying their disgust with the mishap. A few people went and told the theater manager and the movie was changed to Black Panther. However, why did it take 10 minutes for that changeover to occur? 10 minutes of Fifty Shades Freed sounds like an eternity.
Juliet Germanotta — who in campaign literature vowed to keep the state “fiscally responsible by questioning expenses ” — had ordered a $4,800 18-karat yellow gold Zambian emerald and diamond ring from Mikaelians Jewelry on West 47th Street in Midtown on September 19.
But Germanotta, 36, who describes herself as a “proud transgender woman,” claimed the ring she received was not to her liking, and requested her money back from the store.
Instead of sending the real ring back, she sent the store a $10 bogus replica — and sold the original, cops said.
Just your average day in Italy, where you can see the beautiful historical architecture, and even some of their statues.... getting raw dogged by a Muslim migrant.
A KIM JONG-UN impersonator says he was dragged out of the Winter Olympics by "North Korean heavies" after turning up in character and dancing in front of regime cheerleaders.
Photos taken today show the lookalike - who is notorious for appearing at public events dressed as the despot - waving to the country's cheerleader team at a united Korea hockey game against Japan.
Impersonator Howard today exclusively told The Sun: "I was actually late to the game. When I arrived, I went straight over to the North Korean cheerleaders and waving the flag and supporting them on and clapping.
"They looked really surprised and shocked. Some of them laughed, and got it, but most of them were totally shocked and I was told to sit down by a few heavies.
"After that a few heavies rushed over really p***ed off and I suspect they were North Korean delegates, just by the way they were dressed. I can't confirm, but (they were) most likely North Korean.
"They dragged me out and they kicked me in the shins and were shouting something really angrily in Korean."