The man whose policies resulted in constitutional violations, discrimination and even death sidestepped these charges on national TV by doubling down on the Barack Obama Birther conspiracy, claiming that he has “evidence.” Despite the fact that—given ample opportunity to show his supposed proof—he never does, the…
If there is ever a lesson to be learned about LaVar Ball, it is that the man has powered up on his smack-talk game, and you will never be able to best him at it, even if you bring him on your CNN news show in an attempt to do so. Unfortunately, CNN host Chris Cuomo became the object lesson of this Monday night.
I’m not sure why Kellyanne “Rick James” Conway can’t keep her feet off the couch, but it seems these day that she’s also unable to keep her foot out of her mouth.
Whoa there, Chris Cuomo, slow down—your ignorance is showing. On Thursday the CNN anchor was on Sirius XM’s POTUS channel and was trying to make a connection regarding what journalists feel when they hear the term “fake news.”
Well, well, well. Turns out President Donald Trump’s trusted man behind these absurdly ludicrous claims of voter fraud doesn’t have any proof—or, even better, any proof he can explain.