Vice President-elect Mike Pence was rudely booed Friday night while he walked to his seat during a performance of the Broadway hit play “Hamilton.”
Pence was attending the performance at the Richard Rodgers Theatre when suddenly a chorus of boos spontaneously erupted.
The crowd continued to mock Pence throughout the performance, including during the song “Yorktown,” when Alexander Hamilton and Marquis de Lafayette sang “Immigrants, we get the job done.” They high-fived each other as the audience cheered. Continue reading
According to Edward Snowden, Osama Bin Laden is still alive and living a lavish lifestyle in the Bahamas.
Snowden, who currently lives in Russia, has come forward with the shocking allegations about Bin Laden who the whistleblower says is receiving regular payments from the CIA.
“I have documents showing that Bin Laden is still on the CIA’s payroll,” Snowden claims. “He is still receiving more than $100,000 a month, which is being transferred through some front businesses and organization, directly to his Nassau bank account. Continue reading
When George W. Bush was asked by paps about his thoughts on the “Kanye For President” craze, he could hardly contain his laughter, scratch that, he straight up laughed at the notion.
TMZ caught up with the former President’s while he was dining in D.C. After his Kanye comments and signing a few autographs, Bush was whisked into a waiting limo, but not before he reminded autograft recipients not to sell them on eBay.
Thursday night to get his reaction to Kanye’s early declaration for 2020 … and his reaction is classic Dub-ya. In fairness Continue reading
Gregory Caruso, aka “#HotDebateGuy,” who caused a social media stir after getting caught sitting behind CNN‘s Jake Tapper during the GOP debate on Wednesday, Sept. 16, says he thinks all the attention he’s getting is “pretty hilarious.
Caruso, an aspiring filmmaker, added that he isn’t letting his new social media fame go to his head.
“It’s pretty hilarious,” Caruso, 24, told CNN of the Internet’s instant reaction. Continue reading
A cheer squad is catching a barrage of hate over their September 9/11th tribute which went viral.
The routine, which used clips of former President Bush, has received both positive and negative reviews, some saying they think it was triumphant, while other saying it was nothing short of tasteless.
The cheerleaders from Lumberton High School, in Texas, performed a routine to mark 14 years since the Sept. 11 attacks. Continue reading
Dana Perino, Fox News The Five host, threw a conniption fit over Donald Trump’s immigration plan, calling it “totally unworkable, and impractical.”
In part, Perino said,
“This has been my problem from the beginning. It sounds good, and it’s totally unworkable, and impractical, and it will never happen. And you’re selling people a bill of goods to make them feel better. You’re not going to bring back all the jobs from China. The Mexicans are not going to build the wall… they’re not going to do it.
If you see any less of Donald Trump in the coming days, it’s won’t be because the Republican presidential front-runner is letting his foot off the gas, it because he’s been stricken with a mandatory case of jury duty.
Trump’s reps say their boss will be taking a break from the campaign trail on Monday to appear for jury duty in New York City. Common sense tells us Trump is showing up only for the selection phase of the dreaded task, unless it’s one of the new fangled single day jury trials.
Trump will show up at the State Supreme Court in Manhattan according to Michael Cohen, an executive vice president at the Trump Organization. Continue reading
Former VP Dick Cheney appearing on Fox News Special Report with Bret Baier speaking for the first time since the release of the Senate’s CIA investigation into interrogation techniques.
Cheney called the report “a terrible piece of work” saying it incorrectly claims former President Bush was out of the loop when it came to the details of the interrogations.
CNN anchor Candy Crowley is leaving the network, according to an email sent by network honcho Jeff Zucker.
Read the email below:
December 5, 2014
In her 27 years at CNN, Candy Crowley has been one of the most important and impactful journalists on our air. Continue reading
A federal judge just ruled that the NSA program which collects data on almost every telephone call made to, from or within the United States is unconstitutional.