MSNBC’s Touré is the reigning king of some alternate universe where apparently there isn’t a “humanitarian crisis” at the border with thousands of illegal alien children overwhelming the border patrol and social services in border cities. That’s the only possible explanation for why he’d say the following:
“The president says he wants to move resources away from the interior and over to the border, now folks who have been studying the immigration issue for a while know that the border is almost as secure as it could humanly be. Does that mean, ‘oh, I’m going to be deporting fewer people?'”
Not only do I have no clue what the intent of that question was, the premise of the question is utterly flawed.
There are a lot of angry, bitter whining leftists after the Supreme Court decided in favor of Hobby Lobby against Obamacare. But it takes a special kind of idiot like John Fugelsang to compare the decision to Sharia Law:
The Supreme Court #HobbyLobby ruling proves once again that Scalia Law is a lot like Sharia Law.
Of course, these are the kind of people that would normally mock conservatives warning about the real threat of sharia law, which is currently beheading and crucifying people in Iraq. To compare it to a case upholding religious rights is just despicable and pathetic – exactly what we expect from the bottom dwellers among the left.
In a ruling that is making liberals whine and cry everywhere, Hobby Lobby has won it’s case against Obamacare, and will not have to provide contraception that it deems contrary to the owners’ religious beliefs. Here are my reaction tweets:
SCOTUS decision expected: ready your argle barglers, your harrumphs, and your rabble rabblers!!
More evidence of the brutality and inhumanity of the monsters that Obama is abandoning Iraq to:
Eight Islamist fighters from a rival group were crucified by ISIS in the Syrian city of Aleppo on Saturday. Their corpses were left on display in the town square, Deir Hafer. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights noted that the men were executed because they belonged to more moderate organizations. ISIS accused them of being “Sahwa” fighters, puppets of Western powers. ISIS began as an offshoot of Al Qaeda. However, Al Qaeda disowned ISIS because the organization was too indiscriminate and inhumane in its attacks for even its taste. ISIS crucified another man near the turkish border for giving false testimony, but he miraculously survived.
Some pictures have surfaced, but I caution you, they’re very explicit. They follow below:
Don’t worry, the Obama administration reassures us that these people are not a threat to Americans….
Jose Antonio Vargas has made a career out of being brazenly open about being an illegal alien in America and flouting the law. In this clip with Chris L. Hayes on MSNBC, he says that he has “earned” citizenship just because he’s paid some taxes. So, does that mean any illegal immigrant that waltzes across the border “deserves” citizenship? Is the principle we’re going to apply to policing our borders?
So just by being present in America, he’s “earned” citizenship? Doesn’t that spit in the face of every person who’d love to legally immigrate here but waits patiently? It does.
This is the insanity of the liberal left trying to shove “comprehensive immigration reform” down the throats of sympathetic, compassionate Americans. But what Jose Vargas cannot answer is if his parents paid someone to smuggle him from the Philippines into America when there wasn’t any amnesty, why would illegals stop streaming in once we started giving them amnesty?
Christian pastor Rick Warren had his Twitter account briefly hacked today, and the sooper mexy crew was able to capture a screen grab of a tweet that immediately inflamed the internets, until he deleted it:
Yeah I don’t think the #NoMoreGays hashtag was gonna fly with anyone, but Warren immediately deleted it and claimed it was hackers – probably the devil. I’m just sayin’. Here’s what the tweet read:
Like Kay & I… God loves gay people but hates their SIN! Repent and accept God’s grace and love. True freedom. #nomoregays
HACKED AGAIN BY CRAZIES.. Any tweet from me in the past 24 hrs is FAKE! Please RT this. Thank you friends.
Katrina vanden-Heuvel, the editor of news outlet ‘The Nation” lived out a liberal fantasy on ‘This Week’ when she called Bill Kristol, the arch prince of neocons, an “architect of catastrophe” and told him that if he was so concerned about Iraq he should join the Iraqi Army. The argument that followed included the debunked claim that Obama wanted to get a status of forces agreement but couldn’t.
What you don’t see in these debates is whether those criticizing the Iraq War would have been perfectly happy with a evil despotic tyrant like Saddam terrorizing his own people while supporting terrorism abroad. Aren’t these the same people applauding Obama for the Libyan War, and his failed “soft power” foreign policy?
Saturday night while attending a rap concert, CNN contributor Marc Lamont Hill was straight up called a “B***H” by a rapper performing on stage, who apparently read a tweet he did not approve of from the liberal commentator.
The performer raps under the moniker “Big Boi,” for the band Outkast, and their fans were not terribly accepting of Marc’s explanation of the supposed misunderstanding:
Marc Lamont Hill said something Don Lemon-esque not too long ago, right? If he did then yes… I agree with Big Boi calling him a bitch.
CNN contributor and leftist activist Marc Lamont Hill got quite a surprise when he made a seemingly insignificant jab at rapper “Big Boi” during his solo set at a show in Los Angeles. It all started as Hill tweeted happily about going to the concert:
At Staples Center for Outkast show. Haven't seen them in years. I'm hype!
It’s what all our listeners have demanded! Our two titans of debate and ad hominem go head to head on the most fascinating and sexiest political issue of our times – the export import bank! Wow! @DefendWallst yells a lot and insults people while @SooperMexican asks questions without taking a definitive stand!!!! Later el Sooper goes on a rant about immigration and @SaintRPH makes goofy noises! WOW!!!!
You silly conservatives, why are you suspicious of Lois Lerner’s missing emails? Don’t you know that she’s JUST as upset about them as you are? No, really, her lying lawyer says so!
He also kinda called her a “demon” in the second part of that interview:
SO what’s all the fuss about? A lawyer says you can trust his demonic client when she says there was nothing incriminating in missing emails that might tie the president to using the power of the executive to target his political enemies right before winning re-election!
“Good Morning New York” host Greg Kelly was scolded by his co-host for shamelessly ogling reporter Anna Gilligan, who wore a small bikini while visiting a water park opening. While I’m sure stodgy bitter feminists are offended at the very thought of a man being attracted to a woman, you don’t have believe the patriarchal hegemony oppresses women in order to think Kelly took the flirting a little too far.
Especially when you consider the former Marine, who’s the son of NYPD Commissioner Raymond Kelly, was accused of rape and cleared of the charges in 2012. I’m not sure I’d want to appear like a lecher on the air with accusations like that in my background.
Then again, that bikini was pretty darn tiny.
What do you think? Was he inappropriate and creepy, or are his critics being overly sensitive?
(Also, Anna, if you need consoling, email me.)
Over at the Right Scoop, reader Jose posted this very funny clip from the Soup compiling all the funny and/or weird moments from Greg Kelly’s morning anchoring. Check it out:
This was in response to Coulter saying that pretty much only immigrants and their kids watch soccer, and that’s why real Americans hate soccer. Not surprisingly, Bette’s fans were just as happy to assail Ann as well:
Like a Disney villain, @AnnCoulter is filled with hate & seems to enjoy bringing nothing positive into this world. @BetteMidler
Earlier today the loons on MSNBC made use of the fact that both of their viewers take long naps in the afternoon, and unleashed a nuclear sized explosion of stupidity.
After a segment detailing the horrendous history of forced sterilizations in America, Melissa Harris Perry brought on some panelists to decry the recent ruling from the Supreme Court protecting the first amendment rights of prolife protesters.
Surprisingly, liberal Irin Carmon went way out in left field to claim that the ruling was akin to eugenics and forced sterilization because of paternalism and women’s bodies and some other irrational prattling. This is even more galling when you know the history of abortion, which itself grew out of the eugenics movement as a tool to eradicate the poor and “undesirable” people in the gene pool.
For an abortion advocate to claim the pro-life movement is akin to eugenics in any way is so laughable, my guffaws woke up one of MSNBC’s regular viewers.