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    Former Capitol police officer Michael Fanone went scorched earth on many Republican party honchos in a brand new interview out Sunday. But despite becoming a folk hero of sorts to many on the Left, he also has some choice words for Democrats. As part of a rollicking profile for Rolling Stone, Fanone went after a host of prominent Republicans. Notably, Fanone trashed Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) as a “fucking pedo” and said Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) should be put in the “tinfoil-hat brigade.” But he saved his harshest criticism for House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA). “I think at night, when the lights are turned off [in the Capitol[, Abe Lincoln and Ronald Reagan have some pretty choice words to say about the fact that they have to hang on Kevin McCarthy’s wall,” Fanone told Rolling Stone. “They did some fucking above-average things. And they’ve got to adorn the wall of this fucking weasel bitch named Kevin McCarthy, with his fake fucking spray-on tan, whose fucking claim to fame, at least in my eyes, is the fact that...
    Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images Then-presidential candidate Donald Trump berated ABC News anchor George Stephanopoulos in 2016 over asking “eight fucking follow-ups” about Russia and its president, Vladimir Putin, according to a report. CNN media reporter Oliver Darcy reported on Wednesday excerpts of New York Times senior political reporter and CNN analyst Maggie Haberman’s upcoming book, Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America. Following Stephanopoulos’ interview with Trump, “Trump summoned an ABC producer into a small area away from the cameras, where Trump was surrounded by Secret Service agents, and snarled, ‘That was bullshit,’” according to Haberman. “The producer, John Santucci, asked which part of the interview he meant. ‘Russia,’ Trump replied. ‘Eight fucking follow-ups—are you fucking kidding me?’ he thundered. ‘It’s like asking me if I beat my wife. You ask me once, I say ‘Fuck no,’ and we move on. You don’t then ask if I hit her with a fucking baseball bat or a fucking golf club! That was bullshit and you better fucking fix it in the edit,’” she wrote. “Then Trump called...
    An interview between CNN’s Don Lemon and former Washington, D.C. police officer Michael Fanone got candid Tuesday evening, hours after the latter was called a “piece of shit” in a courtroom. Both men at one point ignored the censors for language generally placed on cable news hosts and guests. Fanone was unforgiving earlier in the day as a Jan. 6 rioter who attacked him was sentenced to seven years in prison. The cop only wished suffering for the person who took away his career – and denied him a pension he was close to receiving. “I am so, so sorry,” rioter Kyle Young said to Fanone in court. “And if I could take it back I would.” A supporter of Young called Fanone a “piece of shit.” New: A Jan. 6 supporter just called Mike Fanone a “piece of shit” inside the courtroom. It came after Fanone told defendant Kyle Young, during his victim statement, that he hoped Young suffers in prison. There was a brief stare down, and the man has now been escorted from court. — Ryan J....
    A St. Louis news anchor berated a female colleague in an expletive-laced off air rant. Audio of the exchange was published by the St. Louis Dispatch this week. Fox 2 news anchor Vic Faust confirmed the confrontation occurred, but declined to comment beyond that. Faust’s outburst occurred during the end of his morning radio show on 100.7 KFNS. According to the St. Louis Dispatch, Faust became frustrated with co-host Crystal Cooper mocking his computer abilities. In his verbal tirade, Faust calls Cooper “fat,” “stupid,” “nasty,” and even tells her to not come back to the show, claiming she has a history of attacking him on the air. “You’re a f*cking mom, you don’t even know the topics we’re talking about. You’re just stupid,” Faust said. He later added that he felt bad for Cooper’s kids and claimed he’d made multiple complaints about her allegedly attacking him on air. “Your kids have a f*cking terrible mom. I feel sorry for them,” he said. “Wow. Wow,” Cooper replied, telling her co-host he was acting “immature” and to “grow up.” Faust told Cooper...
    Aaron Rodgers declares he’s not going on Fox News and says his personal medical decisions are driven by common sense and not politics. Rodgers sat down with Bill Maher for the Sunday edition of his podcast, Club Random, to discuss his career and independent views. During the conversation, the pair discussed how both of them have been labeled conservatives since speaking out on the negative effects of Covid policies and vaccines. “So your politics obviously are not very conservative, but I never thought they were. The reason why people say conservative is anytime you get outside the box, including medically,” Maher observed. “If I don’t want to use hand sanitizer or I want to make up my own mind about how many boosters I want to get — zero. Somehow that makes me a conservative,” Maher said. “It doesn’t make me a conservative.” “I was championed by the Right, by my vax status and I’m like — I was getting weekly requests to go on Fox News,” Rodgers revealed. “I’m like, ‘I’m not fucking going on Fox News.’ I’m like,...
    Detroit Lions defensive coordinator Aaron Glenn went off on the team’s defensive players in Tuesday night’s episode of HBO’s Hard Knocks. The day after a player-run practice, Glenn did not hold back his view of how the defense, which was statistically one of the NFL’s worst last season, performed. “Here’s what I want us to understand about practice yesterday. But we cannot let our offense go out there and complete 16 of 18 passes,” said an angry Glenn. That is fucking bullshit. That is fucking bullshit for that to happen. I don’t give a damn what nobody else thinks of how you used the practice, but we not fucking practicing like that.” Glenn’s message to those alright with their lackluster performance did not mince words. “If you not with that, you get the fuck out,” he said. “I’m just telling you ‘cause we’re not practicing like that. ‘Cause we played give-up football yesterday.” “And right now our fucking offense is laughing. They think they’re so full ahead of us that we can’t catch up. And that fires me up. Just...
    August is the month for snappy, inventive genre films that deliver punchy thrills in air-conditioned theaters affording respite from the sweltering heat, and Beast skillfully fits that bill. A kindred spirit to Alexandre Aja’s 2019 gator-fest Crawl, Baltasar Kormákur’s feature takes a simple conceit and executes it with an efficiency and dexterity that amplifies its anxiety. There’s nothing deep or groundbreaking about this studio-funded B-movie, but it does what it promises, generating suspense from its bare-knuckle premise: pitting Idris Elba against a vicious lion. Elba’s recent cinematic output has been less than awe-inspiring, and thus it’s nice to see the actor get back to proverbial basics with Beast (Aug. 19), a no-nonsense affair that hinges on his stout charisma. In this straightforward tale, Elba is Dr. Nate Samuels, an American doctor traveling to South Africa with his two daughters, older Meredith (Iyana Halley) and younger Norah (Lea Sava Jeffries), in the wake of his wife’s death. Nate is plagued by mysterious dreams in which he navigates a shadowy realm of women, as if he’s searching for something precious that’s been...
    It has come down to BDE (Big Dick Energy) vs. BFD (Big Fucking Deal). That’s American politics today in a nutshell. Last weekend, the former local television anchor turned cringe Arizona GOP gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake praised both former President Donald Trump and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for their BDE—a reference to the online discourse describing comedian Pete Davidson’s perceived “big dick energy” (as well as a popular 2021 song by the rapper Latto). Lake said it is what she wants to see in every leader, characterizing it as a reference to “backbone of steel.” It was a special avert-your-eyes moment in GOP politics, which traditionally is something you don’t want your kids to watch because of violence, criminality or stupidity rather than the raunch. But sooner or later when referring to the “grab ‘em by the pussy” president, we were bound to get back to this particular kind of sleaze, and, in a way, we should reluctantly be grateful to Lake for taking us there. That is because the phrase tellingly captures aspects of how Trump and DeSantis...
    An excerpt from an upcoming book on Donald Trump’s administration delves into the former president’s volatile relationship with military officials during his time at the White House. The New Yorker’s Susan Glasser offered a preview on Monday from the book she co-authored with Peter Baker, The Divider: Trump in the White House, 2017-2021. The book includes several illuminating anecdotes of how Trump clashed with former White House chief of staff John Kelly when discussing military parades in Washington, the U.S. approach to Afghanistan, and how to address foreign threats to the country. While the book notes that Trump used to be enchanted by the idea of being in command of the military, it describes how he became dissatisfied with the national security personnel he had to work with. This reportedly led to Trump complaining that America’s military leaders weren’t sufficiently subservient to him, and his wishing that U.S. commanders could be more like “the German generals in World War II.” From The New Yorker: Trump’s love affair with “my generals” was brief, and in a statement for this article the...
    Joe Rogan recently took aim at the Biden administration for denying the country is in a recession. On the Tuesday edition of his podcast The Joe Rogan Experience, he spoke with YouTuber Chris Williamson. In a clip from the episode, circulating Twitter via The Post Millennial, the conversation eventually turned to the state of the country, political climate, and President Joe Biden. “People would think that it’s trivial, cause they are talking about this economic downturn, but it’s not trivial because we’ve always used that term recession,” Rogan began. “We’ve always used that term to define whether or not the economic policies that are currently in place and whether or not the management and the government has done a good job of making sure that the economy stays in a good place,” he continued. “They definitely haven’t done that. So in order to escape that and, you know, that sort of distinction, they’re literally changing the definition, which is terrible and it should be pushed back against in a big way. It should be something that people...
    A Pennsylvania dentist and big game hunter apparently hunted his wife and has been convicted of her murder on Monday, August 1, court records show. Lawrence Rudolph, 67, the founder of Three Rivers Dental in Pittsburgh, was arrested by the FBI in Mexico and extradited to the US in December for foreign murder and fraud charges in December 2021, according to court documents. He has been found guilty of killing his wife, Bianca, while in Zambia on a hunting safari in Oct. 2016, court documents show. Rudolph originally told authorities in Zambia that Bianca had shot herself accidentally in the chest while preparing her 12 gauge shotgun on Oct. 11, 2016 around 5 a.m., according to the court documents. It's now known that she was shot from a distance of 2 to 3.5 feet (1 meter) away, and the shot was "not self inflected," according to court documents and the prosecution's arguments. Numerous friends also came forward and told the FBI that he was known to have affairs and had traveled to Mexico multiple times with a mistress of approximately...
    A Texas man who described himself in court as a “fucking idiot” for attempting to storm the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 while armed was given the longest sentence yet for a Capitol rioter on Monday. Guy Reffitt of Texas appeared before Judge Dabney Friedrich for sentencing. Earlier this year, he was found guilty of five charges stemming from his actions during the riot. NBC News reported: Reffitt was convicted on five counts in March, including transport of a firearm in support of civil disorder and obstruction of an official proceeding, although he did not make it inside the Capitol or use physical violence because he was eventually incapacitated after charging the police line. Reffitt called himself “a fucking idiot” in court, and added he was “not thinking clearly” on Jan. 6 when he attempted to enter the Capitol armed with a firearm and zip ties. “I clearly fucked up,” Reffitt said. “I did want to definitely make an apology, multiple apologies really, and accept my responsibility because I do hate what I did.” A former member of the far-right...
    Scott Olson/Getty Images A staffer for a Rep. Jesus “Chuy” Garcia (D-IL) resigned from his job after using the Democratic congressman’s official Twitter account to offensively call someone “borderline retarded” and a “fucking dipshit.” Politico first reported on Monday the unidentified staffer’s departure. “I just voted to reinstate the assault weapons ban. Now it’s the Senate’s turn to pass it and send it to President Biden’s desk. Weapons of war have no place in our communities or on our streets,” posted Garcia’s account in a now-deleted tweet on Friday. A Twitter user named “Anarcho3D retweeted the post and added, “Never even heard of this guy and I won’t comply even if his silly law passes.” In a since-deleted reply on Friday night, the congressman’s account tweeted, “You are borderline retarded, ya fucking dipshit.” In a since-deleted early morning tweet, Congressman @RepChuyGarcia (D) responds to @Anarcho3D saying that they wouldn’t comply with an assault weapons ban “even if his silly law passes.” “You are borderline re****ed,” the Congressman wrote back. “Ya fucking dipshit.” pic.twitter.com/2GV7j70FF9 — Ford Fischer (@FordFischer) July 30, 2022...
    Comic and pundit Bill Maher claimed that while Trump’s fans would cry “MAGA tears if their boy is in jail,” Republicans secretly “would fucking love it.” On Friday night’s edition of HBO’s Real Time with Bill Maher, the host talked with guests Sam Stein and John McWhorter about the prospect of Attorney General Merrick Garland successfully prosecuting Trump and putting him in jail. Maher and Stein posited an imprisoned Trump as a win-win for Republicans, who could simultaneously get Trump “out of the way” and raise money by using the “persecution” as a rallying point: BILL MAHER: Merrick Garland has a big decision here as the attorney general of the United States, whether to call a grand jury. I just, I get the argument. Why not to. Because they’re going to be crying their MAGA tears if their boy is in jail. Let me ask you this. Just imagine this scenario and tell me your reaction… What if they did this and won the case? Because if you guys bring this, you got to win the case. He’s in jail. My theory, the Republicans...
    Comedian Jon Stewart passionately ripped Republican senators on CNN Thursday, a day after only eight Republicans voted for a bill to care for veterans exposed to toxic chemicals. Stewart made his rounds on cable news and held a press conference to advocate for the passage of the PACT Act, which cleared the House with strong bipartisan support. The bill, if it becomes law, will expand health care access to U.S. veterans exposed to toxic chemicals from burn pits. Only eight Republicans voted for it on Wednesday. The former Daily Show host, a longtime advocate for first responders and veterans, laid into Senate Republicans while addressing reporters. “America’s heroes, who fought in our wars outside sweating their asses off, while these motherfuckers sit in the air conditioning, walled off from any of it,” he said On CNN’s The Lead, Stewart said he visited the office of several Senate Republicans to demand why they voted against the bill. “So we are in the building, we start going to offices,” he told host Jake Tapper. “God bless the assistants. Because they have to cover up...
    NFL legend Brian Urlacher suspects some players fake having CTE as a means of gaining attention and potentially lining their pockets. Speaking with fellow NFL player Will Compton for the June 29th edition of the podcast Bussin’ With The Boys, the two discussed the brain condition and its effects on players. Urlacher, a former Chicago Bears linebacker, was discussing his neck surgery when he was asked about physical repercussions from the injury. “Do you feel anything from that? Having that neck injury?” Compton asked. “No, I was losing strength in my left arm when I got it done. I fell asleep on the plane from the Bahamas home in the off season, and I woke up, I was like, ‘Ooh,’… I went and got the MRI and shit and the guy was like, ‘Yeah, you’ve got a nerve or a bone on the nerve or something like that.’ And they shaved it off and it was good,” Urlacher added. “You ever worry about that stuff?” Compton pushed. “I feel like I’m decently sharp still. You know, there’s some things I...
    A Twitter employee told NBC News Friday Elon Musk “destroyed” the company after it was announced he will attempt to back out of a deal to acquire the platform for $44 billion. The person, who spoke anonymously, said there was a sense of “victory” felt, but that it came at a cost. “I guess it feels like we won,” the person reportedly said. “But it feels like the end of the movie, where the characters are bloodied and bedraggled with a Michael Bay explosion behind them. We could see this was coming, but in the meantime he’s f—ing destroyed the company.” While Musk has undoubtedly disrupted Twitter’s corporate culture over the last three months, the company’s board arguably shares equal blame. A legal battle is likely on the horizon as Twitter will seek to force the Tesla CEO to abide by the agreement. Bret Taylor, the chair of Twitter’s board, vowed to fight Musk in court to ensure the deal goes through in a Friday evening tweet. The Twitter Board is committed to closing the transaction on the price...
    Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy got a slice of one young woman’s mind during a pizza review. Portnoy has been doing his “One Bite” reviews of pies around the country for years, but the latest is one of the more memorable installments. He concluded his video review at 1943 Pizza Bar on Long Island, after which, the woman ripped into him. She called him “a rape apologist.” “You’re a fucking jerk,” she added, before appearing to address a woman who was with Portnoy. “See how fucking soulless he is.” “Why do you say that?” asked Portnoy. “Because I’ve seen the shit that you write,” she responded. “And also, your anti-union bullshit is disgusting.” “Anti-union?” Portnoy replied. Portnoy had overtly threatened to fire employees who attempted to unionize and ultimately settled with the National Labor Relations Board. It is illegal to threaten employees with termination for trying to form a union. “I hope your fucking Barstool Sports bullshit dies and rots in the ground just like you, honey,” the woman told him. “We’re 20 years,” he said, referring to Barstool’s history...
    UFC Champion Israel Adesanya is calling for authorities to release the names of the elites linked to Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein’s decades of sexually abusing young girls. There are reports that Maxwell had a list of the people for whom Epstein allegedly obtained women for sexual encounters and many expect the list will include the names of famous Hollywood elites as well as business giants and politicians. But this list has never been made public by prosecutors. During his comments on July 2 ahead of his UFC 276 win over opponent Jared Cannonier, Adesanya went off on a tangent demanding that authorities release the names of the “pedos” on Maxwell’s list. “Ghislaine Maxwell was supplying kids for all these f*cking pedos, right? Where’s the list?.. does that get swept under the rug? Do they not get any time for actually f*cking those kids?” he said. Very true ???? UFC Middleweight Champion Israel Adesanya: “Ghislaine Maxwell was supplying kids for all these pedos, right, wheres the list?…the list of politicians, actresses, actors that was talked about, does that get swept...
    Radio host Howard Stern may have dropped one of the biggest bombshells to rock the Marvel universe this year during a recent hot mic moment on his show. During a recent episode of The Howard Stern Show on SiriusXM the crew’s microphones were accidentally left open during a commercial break. You can hear Stern chatting with co-host Robin Quivers as commercials play loudly. “They’re going over the schedule with me and it’s gonna suck,” Stern said. “Are you working this summer?” Quivers asked. “Well, I’m gonna do Doctor Doom. But believe me, I’m fucking miserable about it,” Stern replied. When asked if he was excited about the new endeavor, Stern replied, “Yeah, I called Robert Downey … I was asking him acting techniques.” The audio promptly cuts out after that and the commercials continued to play. A rumored Doctor Doom adaptation has been swirling amongst Marvel fan forums for quite some time, but this is the first indication that pre-production has started on a project. The character of Doctor Doom has previously appeared...
    A former White House lawyer colorfully told a Department of Justice official he’d be breaking the law by implementing his plan to overturn the 2020 presidential election. The Jan. 6 committee presented additional testimony on Thursday showing the extent of former President Donald Trump’s efforts to remain in power by claiming the election had been rigged against him. Committee member Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL) noted that after he lost, Trump sought allies in the Justice Department to help make his case. Eventually, an environmental lawyer named Jeffrey Clark said he would be willing to take up the cause. Trump’s problem was that Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen refused to go along with it. As a result, Trump considered firing Rosen and replacing him with Clark. The committee presented video testimony of Eric Herschmann, who said Clark explained what he would do as acting attorney general to overturn the election: And when he finished discussing what he planned on doing, I said, “Good, fucking”—excuse me, sorry, “Effing a-hole. Congratulations, you just admitted your first step or act you’d take as attorney...
    Sigal Chattah later claimed that her comment about Nevada Democratic Attorney General Aaron Ford, who is Black, was 'tongue-in-cheek.' Republican voters in Nevada on Tuesday picked a nominee for attorney general who once called for the lynching of the state's current attorney general, who is Black. With 81% of the vote counted, attorney Sigal Chattah defeated fellow attorney Tisha Black in the Republican primary by a wide 51%-39.9% margin, according to the New York Times. Chattah will face current Democratic Attorney General Aaron Ford in the general election in November. According to texts released by Sarah Ashton-Cirillo, a former friend, in January, in April 2021 Chattah had written to her about Ford, "This guy should be hanging from a fucking crane." She said later that the comment was "tongue-in-cheek" and had no racial overtones. Chattah, who immigrated to the United States from Israel at the age of 14, told the Las Vegas Review-Journal in February, "When I say to my friends, 'I'm going to hang you from a crane,' I don't literally mean I'm going to hang you from a crane....
    Comic and actor Bill Burr talked about guns, school shootings, dying birds, and “conservative snowflakes” on his podcast this week, asking “the gun nuts” to explain their “solution to these fucking school shootings?” Burr began the topic by saying that he likes to think of himself as a liberal — some of the time. “I always think I’m liberal until I talk to a liberal, and then I’m like, you’re out of your fucking mind, you know? Then I go, maybe I’m conservative. And I talk to a conservative like, this fucking person, it does not make sense,” said Burr. “It really is amazing, depending on the jokes that you do, how people perceive you.” He explained selecting some bits for his Netflix special, which included jokes on Kyle Rittenhouse, and he was hit with tweets from right-wingers who didn’t have a sense of humor about it. “I got like, fucking, half a dozen of those like really long, visceral fucking texts about how that was the worst thing that ever happened in comedy. And I was thinking like, geez,...
    Rob Kim/Getty Images for CBS Films Author James Patterson trended on Twitter on Monday for all the wrong reasons. The prolific author, who has published over 200 books and sold some 400 million copies, lambasted the alleged difficulty White male writers are now having getting jobs, a sentiment which landed him in hot water online. Patterson, 75, made the controversial comments in an interview with The Sunday Times. “[It’s] just another form of racism,” Patterson said. “What’s that all about? Can you get a job? Yes. Is it harder? Yes. It’s even harder for older writers. You don’t meet many 52-year-old white males.” The comments came in response to the interviewer noting that one of Patterson’s most famous characters was a Black man: Alex Cross. “I just wanted to create a character who happened to be black,” he said. “I would not have tried to write a serious saga about a black family. It’s different in a detective story because plot is so important.” “I get it. How could we run through that period, especially in Hollywood, where there was...
    President Joe Biden has repeatedly declared his support for a woman’s right to have an abortion, albeit without any concrete plans to protect that right. But as the Supreme Court’s near-certain overturning of Roe v. Wade nears, abortion-rights advocates want him to put up or shut up. “Joe Biden is missing in action right now. This is a crisis, and he’s nowhere to be found, he’s not giving us a plan,” said Renee Bracey Sherman, founder and executive director of We Testify, an organization that represents those who have had abortions. “We showed up in November 2020 and handed you the White House, the House and the Senate. Do your fucking job that you were elected to do.” With the overturn of Roe essentially a fait accompli and legislative options for protecting abortion access soundly defeated in Congress, supporters of abortion access are now pressuring Biden to use one of the few tools left in his arsenal: executive orders to shield abortion access. “The Biden administration must use the full power of the executive branch to reduce the harm created...
    The establishment media are lukewarm on a potential second term of President Joe Biden. Over the weekend, the Hill published a story about potential Democrat presidential candidates if Biden retracts his statements and decides not to run for a second term. The story promoted Vice President Kamala Harris, Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg, and Sens. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), and Bernie Sanders (I-VT) as legitimate contenders. “There are doubts he will follow through on his plans because of his age — Biden would be 81 in November 2024 — and because of the brutal political headwinds he and his party are now facing,” the article noted. “Biden’s approval ratings have sunk to the mid-30s in some polls.” Ranking the five Democrats most likely to win party nod if Biden doesn’t run https://t.co/jwO4uSchFW pic.twitter.com/Ixc9X4LzgZ — The Hill (@thehill) June 5, 2022 FiveThirtyEight titled a story on Friday, “Americans Are Unusually Lukewarm About A Second Biden Term,” which claimed “some Americans don’t believe” Biden will seek a second term, citing polling data: And a Wall Street Journal poll conducted from March 2-7 found that more...
    The verified House Judiciary GOP Twitter account was shredded after it posted a GIF of Johnny Depp as Captain Jack Sparrow in an apparent attempt to dunk on Amber Heard. Heard lost a lawsuit after a Virginia jury found she defamed Depp, her ex-husband. Depp sued after she spoke about domestic violence in a 2018 op-ed published by the Washington Post. A six-week trial saw the former couple’s dirty laundry aired out in a televised courtroom drama that was watched by millions. When the dust settled, and the poo smearing was over, Americans learned Depp allegedly enjoyed cocaine and alcohol. On the other hand, Heard was painted as a hysterical woman who administered spousal battery and allegedly defecated in their marital bed. It was a stinker of a trial. Heard was ordered to pay Depp $15 million in combined compensatory and punitive damages. Fans of Depp celebrated. Others celebrated the decision as a death knell to the #MeeToo movement. The House Judiciary GOP account responded by posting a Pirates of the Caribbean GIF without comment. The committee’s ranking member is Rep....
    Russian colonels have been caught on tape blasting Russian President Vladimir Putin and top Russian military officials. In April 14 audio recordings obtained by Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty and publicized on YouTube on Monday, high-ranking Russian colonels, speaking in Russian, blasted the decision-making by Russia’s top brass during the invasion of Ukraine. One recording calls Putin a “motherfucker” over Russia’s decision to withdraw last month from Kyiv. “A f*cking rocket should fly into the Verkhovna Rada [Ukraine’s Parliament] in Kyiv. That’s it, f*ck it. Why didn’t [a rocket] fucking fly? I don’t f*cking get it, you’re f*cked, Putin—motherf*cker!” said Col. Vitaly Kovtun, according to the Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty translation. “Why didn’t a rocket fly into Kyiv … something hasn’t been done the right way.” Also in the recordings, Russian Col. Maksin Vlasov is reported to have called Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu as an “incompetent f*cking layman” amid the significant losses incurred by Russia in Ukraine. At least 30,500 Russian soldiers have been killed since the invasion, according to the Ukrainian army. Additionally, the Russian military has...
    Joe Rogan says Fox News and the conservative party “had his back” during the Covid-19 misinformation controversy he was embroiled in earlier this year. Back in January, Rogan was criticized over the personal views regarding Covid-19 vaccines that he shared on his popular podcast. As a result, big artists like Neil Young and Joni Mitchell decided to boycott Spotify and demanded Rogan be removed from the platform. When Spotify declined, Mitchell and Young removed their music library from Spotfiy in protest. On Tuesday’s episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Rogan spoke with comedian Fahim Anwar about the controversy and how politics has played a huge role. “Who would’ve thought that if you look back on the early days, we used to think of conservative versus liberal, liberal was pro-free speech,” Rogan began. He continued, “People were open-minded non-violent, you know, and people were open to other people’s ideas and the Right was like suppressive, you know, nanny state, condemn certain language, condemn certain behaviors. That’s not the case today. Today the left has gone so fucking far left.” “So radical...
    Joe Rogan jokingly went after Amber Heard‘s legal team and expressed his hopes that Johnny Depp and hotshot lawyer Camille Vasquez will fall in love, during a recent podcast episode. On last Thursday’s edition of The Joe Rogan Experience, Rogan spoke with computer scientist and podcast host Lex Fridman about the ongoing Depp v. Heard trial. “I’m a fan of psychiatry. It’s just competence of two professional positions,” said Fridman. “One is lawyers. It seems like Johnny Depp’s lawyers are really good.” “Yes,” agreed Rogan as he began to laugh. “I wonder if they cost a lot more, like, do you have to pay a lot more for that kind of quality?” Fridman asked. Rogan then turned the focus to one of Depp’s lawyers, Vasquez. “That Camille Vasquez,” he said, “That lady’s a gangster. She’s amazing. I hope Johnny and her fall in love. That’s what I hope. I hope after this trial’s over, they go out to dinner and he thanks her, and then they fall in love and he gets sober.” “Look at you. You’re such a sweetheart...
    White liberal supporters of Beto O’Rourke (D) called black police officers “fucking disgusting” and a “fucking pig” at an anti-NRA protest outside of the organization’s annual convention in Houston, Texas. One protester wearing a “Beto for Senate” shirt shouted at the black officers, “Fucking disgusting, Fucking pig,” according to a video obtained by Turning Point USA. INSANE: A @BetoORourke supporter screams at 2 black police officers calling them both a “F*CKING DISGUSTING PIG” here outside the 2022 NRA Convention in Houston Texas | @TPUSA pic.twitter.com/N3PHlJkczt — Drew Hernandez (@DrewHLive) May 27, 2022 “How do you fucking feel? You’re a black cop protecting him! Fucking disgusting, Fucking pig,” the woman yelled. Another protester can be heard yelling, “blood is on your hands, Those children’s blood is on your hands.” The NRA protest comes less than one week after an 18-year-old gunman shot and killed 16 children and two teachers in an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. The protesters gathered outside of the National Rifle Association’s 2022 convention to advocate for gun control laws. Several prominent gun control advocacy groups reportedly organized the protest,...
    A New Jersey woman getting her nails done smacked a young Muslim girl in the head and told her and her sister to “go back to your f*cking country,” authorities charged. She then cursed out the young teens’ mother, they said. Nancy Jones, 59, of Clifton, was charged with a trio of bias crimes after investigators identified her in connection with the April 30 attack at New Natural Nails on Lakeview Avenue, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia Valdes and Clifton Police Chief Thomas Rinaldi said in a joint announcement. Both U.S.-born and raised girls – one 13, the other 15 -- were wearing hijabs at the time, they said. “They do not belong here,” witnesses said Jones shouted while calling the girls “two little punks,” according to the New Jersey chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations. Jones allegedly shouted at the girls for looking at her. Witnesses said they tried to ignore her, but she persisted – and even shouted at a woman also wearing an Islamic headscarf whom she thought was their mother. Jones approached the girls in “a harassing...
    t President of Barstool Sports, Dave Portnoy, recently bragged about stalking a journalist whom he believed was about to release “another hit piece” on him. During Wednesday’s episode of The Dave Portnoy Show With Eddie & Co, Portnoy detailed the entire stakeout and confrontation that followed. He did not reveal which publication or journalist was involved. “I’m aware that over for two months, there’s another hit piece in the brewing, in, in the offing,” Portnoy said. “I would say, and I don’t know if it’ll ever see the light of day, because again, it’s so much headache and so much shit — it’s garbage.” “I did something I’ve never done before,” he said, after claiming that the publication was working to dig up dirt on him and bribe employees to speak. “I decided enough is enough. And I am going to now start to do an investigative report on your investigative report. So I’ve started calling around and it’s like, I know one of the reporters who’s doing it happens to live in my neck of the woods,” he...
    Bill Burr bashed both the Right and Left over their policies on abortion and gender identity during a recent podcast episode. On Thursday’s episode of Monday Morning Podcast, he began to discuss the topic of abortion, saying, “Is that battle still going on? These fucking idiots on the Right, Jesus Christ! Who gives a shit if you think it’s the taking of a life?” He continued, “How much harder does the world have to get? There’s seven billion of us! By all means. Don’t bring anymore here. I understand. If you think it’s killing a baby, you know what I mean? I get it. How do you know that baby’s gonna be a good person? You ever think of that over there?” “That’s the dirty secret. The dirty secret of the left is that people on the left, they’re not gonna say don’t do it, all right, but they view it the same way people on the right do, minus telling other people not to do it, Burr added.” “I view abortion the way I view heroin. Okay. It’s...
    Jason Merritt/Getty Images Foo Fighter’s drummer Taylor Hawkins reportedly expressed concern with the band’s tour schedule months before he died in March. Several of Hawkins’ friends and colleagues were interviewed for a Rolling Stone article aimed at detailing his final days, in which Pearl Jam’s Matt Cameron claimed he shared his discomfort with Dave Grohl before the tour. “He had a heart-to-heart with Dave and, yeah, he told me that he ‘couldn’t fucking do it anymore’ — those were his words,” Cameron said. “So I guess they did come to some understanding, but it just seems like the touring schedule got even crazier after that.” “He tried to keep up,” he added. “He just did whatever it took to keep up, and in the end he couldn’t keep up.” Rolling Stone also claimed that Hawkins called an anonymous friend to vent when the Foo Fighters had added a one-off March date in Australia. While Grohl declined to comment, a representative for the Foo Fighters denied the claim, saying that Hawkin never expressed concern about the tour schedule. “The fact that he finally spoke to Dave...
    Jason Merritt/Getty Images Foo Fighter’s drummer Taylor Hawkins reportedly expressed concern with the band’s tour schedule months before he died in March. Several of Hawkins’ friends and colleagues were interviewed for a Rolling Stone article aimed at detailing his final days, in which Pearl Jam’s Matt Cameron claimed he shared his discomfort with Dave Grohl before the tour. “He had a heart-to-heart with Dave and, yeah, he told me that he ‘couldn’t fucking do it anymore’ — those were his words,” Cameron said. “So I guess they did come to some understanding, but it just seems like the touring schedule got even crazier after that.” “He tried to keep up,” he added. “He just did whatever it took to keep up, and in the end he couldn’t keep up.” Rolling Stone also claimed that Hawkins called an anonymous friend to vent when the Foo Fighters had added a one-off March date in Australia. While Grohl declined to comment, a representative for the Foo Fighters denied the claim, saying that Hawkin never expressed concern about the tour schedule. “The fact that he finally spoke to Dave...
    Megyn Kelly defended Tucker Carlson from those who have blamed the Fox News host for the shooting in Buffalo, New York that left 10 dead over the weekend. The alleged shooter Payton Gendron is believed to have published a racist manifesto touting white replacement theory — the same theory Carlson has embraced on his Fox news show. In one instance last October while discussing issues related to the U.S.-Mexico border, Carlson said, “America will never be the same after this, and of course that’s the whole point of the exercise.” He continued, “The Biden administration is subverting democracy, diluting the political power of American citizens by importing a brand-new population. That is exactly what’s happening.” As a result of his commentary, many in the media have accused Carlson of influencing the shooter. On Monday’s episode of The Megyn Kelly Show, the host said, “We will not be naming the shooter on this program, consistent with our policy of not naming mass shooters, who in part are out for infamy and we decline to help. He’s pleaded not guilty, but he...
    The Boys are back in town. Ha! Has anyone written that before? Homelander, Butcher, Hughie, and Starlight are back in the blood-splattering mess of Vought in a new Season 3 trailer, with an equally on-the-nose song choice: “Heroes and Villains” by The Beach Boys. Good one, guys! But really, the song serves as a great way to tease the madness that lies ahead in the new season of The Boys. After a year of tranquility, shit’s hitting the fan again. Homelander (Antony Starr) is on a bright and shiny press tour in a shoddy attempt at fame, smiley and bright in interviews while the world continues to collapse around him. But according to Erin Moriarty’s Starlight, “there’s something wrong” with him. (Hasn’t there always been?) But what about those Boys? Butcher’s (Karl Urban) working with the government now, with none other than Hughie (Jack Quaid) as his supervisor. While those two go at it, the other Boys have just learned of some sort of anti-supe weapon. And Hughie already seems to be questioning his role as “the right way”...
    Barstool Sports President Dave Portnoy infiltrated a Twitter Space event held by The New York Times to hurl his grievances at the CEO of Business Insider, who was a part of the event. On Thursday night, the Times hosted a Twitter Space talk led by journalist Kara Swisher. The talk was supposed to center on tech stocks and included big names such as the CEO of Business Insider, Henry Blodget, and author Hank Green. The event was off to a smooth start, until Portnoy entered the virtual room to berate Blodget. Business Insider famously published two investigations into alleged sexual misconduct by Portnoy after various women came forward to share their stories. Portnoy has claimed that the allegations against him are false and has worked to provide “proof” to counteract his accusers’ stories; he’s even gone so far as to claim that Barstool Sports had a mole within Business Insider. At the time, Portnoy said, “They were knowingly going to publish so much trash and if I didn’t have the mole it would’ve been published.” On Thursday night, Swisher acknowledged...
    Brandon Bell/Getty Images Former President Donald Trump is reportedly “weirded out” by a series of revelations about Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-NC) and considering whether to pull his endorsement of the Tar Heel State congressman. According to Rolling Stone, Trump has found the newly public videos and images depicting the congressman to be “gross.” On April 22, Politico published photos showing Cawthorn dressed in lingerie, posing with two women. On April 28, the Daily Mail published a video showing Cawthorn saying “I feel the passion and desire and would like to see a naked body beneath my hands,” while a male staffer is seen with his hand near Cawthorn’s groin. And on May 4, Cawthorn confirmed the authenticity of a video in which he is seen dry-humping another man while naked. Trump has evidently been unsparing in his reaction to the recent images. From the Rolling Stone report: [A] source said that lately Trump had voiced bewilderment and disgusted confusion about what he’d been told of the flood of leaks and footage, asking at one point in recent days if one...
    Photo by Brandon Bell/Getty Images. Donald Trump’s former secretary of defense, Mark Esper, detailed the former president berating his senior staff, including then-Vice President Mike Pence, for not being willing to shoot protesting Americans in his new book. “‘You are losers!’ the president railed. ‘You are all fucking losers!’” Esper writes the president said at a meeting during which Trump suggested shooting protesters, as violence was gripping U.S. cities in the wake of the murder of George Floyd in late May 2020. “This wasn’t the first time I had heard him use this language, but not with this much anger, and never directed at people in a room with him, let alone toward Barr, Milley and me,” Esper wrote in his new book, A Sacred Oath: Memoirs of a Defense Secretary in Extraordinary Times, according to the Guardian. “He repeated the foul insults again, this time directing his venom at the vice-president as well, who sat quietly, stone-faced, in the chair at the far end of the semi-circle closest to the Rose Garden,” Esper adds. “I never saw him yell...
    On Wednesday night, following a Closer Look segment exploring conservatives’ decades-long mission to destroy women’s reproductive rights and bodily autonomy by overturning Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court decision granting women the freedom to choose whether or not to have an abortion sans government interference, Seth Meyers welcomed comedian Amy Schumer onto his Late Night show. When Meyers asked Schumer how she was doing, the comedian and actress didn’t mince words. “I mean, I’m fucking depressed,” she said. “Just that we’re losing all of our rights.” Schumer, wearing a “hands off our bodies” pin, said she’d recently attended a rally in New York City protesting a leaked draft opinion from the Trump-stacked conservative Supreme Court planning to overturn Roe v. Wade—a decision that’s been upheld a number of times over the years, including in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, and was considered “precedent” and/or “settled law” by three of the five conservative justices during their Senate confirmation hearings who now wish to overturn it (Amy Coney Barrett, Neil Gorsuch, and Brett Kavanaugh). On Tuesday night, Stephen Colbert branded the justices...
    On Friday’s broadcast of HBO’s “Real Time,” host Bill Maher stated that President Joe Biden needs to understand how important of an issue immigration is after the recent elections in France and past votes in the U.K. and U.S. and stated that working-class voters have “a reasonable argument, that there’s this elitist group that’s running the world that’s left us behind.” Maher said, “So, what about the other big I issue, which is immigration? Now, Joe Biden famously used the phrase ‘big f*cking deal.’ When is he going to understand this is a big f*cking deal? It is — we just had an election in France. Now, Macron pulled it out, pretty handily, but I mean, Marine Le Pen started at nothing, and now she’s…within striking distance. And this is the same issue as Brexit in England. This is the same issue as Trump voters in America. … [W]orking-class voters feel like they’ve been ignored and abandoned, and when I’ve been to France, they certainly were ignoring and abandoning me, I seem to remember that about France. But that is...
    Randy Shropshire, Cindy Ord/Getty Images Grey’s Anatomy’s Ellen Pompeo praised her former co-star Katherine Heigl for condemning the series’ working conditions back in 2009 — a remark that ultimately branded Heigl as “difficult.” Pompeo welcomed Kate Walsh, another former Grey’s Anatomy star, to her podcast Tell Me this week, in which they discussed the improvement in work schedules and conditions on the set of the show. “I’m very lucky now with my schedule on Grey’s,” Pompeo said. “I get to cut back and overall, I’m happy for the production as a whole, because we have cut back tremendously. Back in the day, we used to do crazy, crazy hours.” The host then pointed to comments Heigl made during a 2009 appearance on The Late Show With David Letterman. “I remember Heigl said something on a talk show about the insane hours we were working and she was 100 percent right,” Pompeo continued. “And had she said that today, she’d be a complete hero.” Heigl was blunt about the working conditions on Grey’s Anatomy while speaking to David Letterman, calling them “cruel and mean. “Our first day back...
    Russian troops tried to rebel against their military commanders in an occupied part of southeast Ukraine, but three of them were killed by Chechen fighters in response, according to Ukrainian intelligence. Ivan Arefyev, a spokesman for the Zaporizhzhia regional military administration, detailed the incident in a statement on Telegram early Wednesday. “According to Ukrainian intelligence, yesterday in the Pologovsky district Russian troops started to rebel: Russia’s soldiers didn’t want to fight because they have not received their promised payouts. [Ramzan] Kadyrov’s men brutally killed three of the instigators of the riot who were ready to lay down their weapons and head home,” Arefyev wrote. No further details were provided on the brigade said to be involved in the riot, but Chechen troops have widely been seen as playing the role of “enforcers” during the war, and many survivors of the Bucha massacre outside Kyiv said the mass execution of civilians only began after Chechen troops were sent in to replace Russian soldiers there. Authorities in nearby Dnipro reported similar instances of Russian troops rebelling. In a statement Wednesday, the Dnipro...
    Kim Kardashian finally cleared the air over her viral “get your fucking ass up and work” comment from earlier last month. Speaking on the Not Skinny But Not Fat podcast, Kardashian said, “I try to be so positive, it really did teach me something. No matter what, even if you’re having an off day in the way that you communicate, you really can’t when you’re in my situation and in my position.” “I think some people, it resonated with them, some people — it really offended people. If you know me, you would know that I would never never try to single a certain group of women out. Especially women,” she continued. “I want everyone to win. Truly, I think there’s always enough to go around. I love supporting all my friends and small businesses and any women I meet.” Kardashian continued, “It will definitely teach me to be careful in the sense of like, I don’t care what kind of day or mood, or what other question was coming in that, that tripped me out and got me —...
    Mark Cuban said Tesla CEO Elon Musk offering to buy Twitter is a way of “fucking with” the Securities and Exchange Commission. A filing disclosed on Thursday indicated Musk offered to purchase the company and take it private at $54.20 a share. Twitter shares opened the day at more than $48 a share and closed just above $45. Such a move would cost Musk more than $43 billion. Although he is the world’s richest man and has a net worth of more than $250 billion, much of that is in Tesla stock. It is unclear if he has the cash necessary to buy Twitter outright at the moment. Musk bought $2.9 billion shares of Twitter last month to become the company’s largest shareholder with a 9% stake. (Vanguard has since increased its stake to 10%.) The company announced Musk would join its board of directors before reversing course. The seat was contingent on Musk agreeing not to hold more than 14.9% of the company’s shares. Cuban tweeted on Thursday he thinks that Musk is messing with the SEC by...
    CNN showed videos on Wednesday of Brooklyn subway shooting suspect Frank James making disturbing remarks including saying “we need more mass shootings.” The videos were posted on his YouTube account, which has since been terminated. “I’ve been through a lot of sh*t. Where I can say I wanted to kill people. I wanted to watch people die right in front of my f*cking face immediately,” he said in a video on Monday, one day before the shooting. “But I thought about the fact that, hey, man, I don’t want to go to no f*cking prison.” “We need to see more mass shootings. … We need to see more … and more mass shootings. To make you f*cking understand you’re going down,” said James on April 6. “No, it’s not about the shooter. No, it’s not. It’s not about the shooter. It’s about the environment in which he has to exist.” CNN national security correspondent Josh Campbell called James “obviously a very troubled person” and “obviously a very dangerous person.” At least 10 people were shot at and 19...
    Philadelphia is known to have a love-hate relationship with its star athletes — as Philly fans seem to turn on their teams and players more frequently and vociferously than in most cities (see Simmons, Ben). Case in point, Monday night when Philadelphia Phillies fans turned their ire on third baseman Alec Bohm — practically booing him off the field after giving up numerous errors in defensive duties against the New York Mets. Bohm committed three errors in total, all on throws, with the last one resulting in the Philly faithful serenading him with sarcastic cheers. Eventually, the noise got to Bohm — and he, unwittingly, let the whole city know exactly how he felt about them. “I f***ing hate this place.” – Alec Bohm (via @AtmosFeerick) pic.twitter.com/289sK0pF0V — Action Network (@ActionNetworkHQ) April 12, 2022 If you can’t read his lips in the video above, Bohm went over to fellow infielder Didi Gregorious and told him “I f*cking hate this place.: The clip, of course, went viral shortly after it happened, prompting Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Alex Coffey to ask...
     John Oliver potentially found a way to get Congress to do something about those “oddly specific” targeted ads people often see while online. Before getting to the main segment, Oliver said goodbye to WarnerMedia’s parent company AT&T, which sold its interest in the media conglomerate following its merger with Discovery. Oliver, who had a rather contentious relationship with AT&T, bid adieu by holding both his middle fingers up. The host then tackled digital data and data brokers, which are companies that collect one’s online information, package it, and sell it to any interested company or individual. Some information is even sold in bundles, including some that are named, “Ambitious Singles,” “Couples With Clout,” and “Kids and Cabernet.” “The entire economy of the internet right now is basically built on this practice,” he said. “All the free stuff that you take for granted online is only free because you are the product. They make money by selling your data.” He went on to explain that Congress has been unwilling to act on the practice, in which a data broker could sell...