Fox Sports 1 broadcaster Shannon Sharpe says that New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees should retire over his recent comments in which he said that he found kneeling during the anthem to be a sign of “disrespect.”
President Trump’s campaign is selling #YouAintBlack shirts following Joe Biden’s suggestion that black Americans “ain’t black” if they are considering casting their vote for the president.
YouTube has released a statement on its decision to censor a video of two doctors in Bakersfield, California, making the case for an end to Chinese virus lockdowns.
Meanwhile, whenever Chris Cuomo has his brother, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY), on the air for a chat, he never asks why, as late as March 2, Gov. Cuomo said of the coronavirus, “We don’t even think it’s going to be as bad as it was in other countries.”
During a town hall on the Fox News Channel on Monday, 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) said that he doesn’t regret his comments about Fidel Castro and stated that China has reduced extreme poverty, but saying that
CNN White House Correspondent Jim Acosta claimed Tuesday night that conservative talk radio pioneer Rush Limbaugh had a “history of making derogatory comments about African-Americans,” without evidence.
Joe Biden (D) told reporters on Friday that he would not respond to Sen. Bernie Sanders’ (I-VT) “ridiculous” critiques, proclaiming that the socialist senator has “enough baggage.”
Athletic clothing company Dhvani has shut down its Instagram comment section after receiving backlash for its anti-Trump billboard in Times Square.
In a statement sent to reporters after the briefing, Mulvaney criticized the media for deciding to “misconstrue my comments.”
A Texas sheriff is drawing fire for comments he made in Washington, DC, earlier this week regarding repeat offender drunk drivers who are illegally present in the United States. A Texas media outlet took his comments out of context, the sheriff said. The site later issued a correction to the story.
YouTube star and podcast host Logan Paul has been targeted by Twitter users over his recent comments about abortion at a promotional event for an upcoming boxing match. Paul observed that his opponent, KSI, has caused five abortions, adding, “That’s five babies dead.”
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is currently experiencing a political firestorm over his penchant for dressing in costume in blackface, which recalls his previous criticism of President Donald Trump.
President Donald Trump said he spoke to his former White House assistant Madeleine Westerhout, who resigned abruptly on Thursday after White House staff became aware of embarrassing comments she made to reporters.
“I love Tiffany,” he said as he left the White House for Camp David.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s claim that “poor kids are just as bright and just as talented as white kids” led New York City mayor and Democrat presidential hopeful Bill de Blasio to take to Twitter on Friday to state that Biden’s words are “concerning” and should not be dismissed.
Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) said Monday that President Donald Trump’s challenge to far-left Congresswomen to leave the United States was “destructive” and argued the president has “failed badly” at uniting the country.