Hillary Clinton is still wrapped up in her election defeat to President Trump. In fact, she´s so concerned by it that Clinton just put out a new book titled “What Happened?” On Tuesday, Clinton made an appearance at Barnes & Noble in New York to do her first book signing. First, she was late to the event, as her supporters had already waited hours for her to arrive: (Tweet) Barnes & Noble had an entire Hillary Clinton section for the occasion: (Tweet) One Twitter user had to ask where Trump´s book was: (Tweet) While many people did show up for
Just hand her the book; do not make eye contact or speak to her. If you speak to her, she will automatically cuss you out and we can´t have that. It might ruin her reputation since we are trying to brainwash everyone into believing that she is warm and fuzzy.
Did Hillary have ash trays available and at the ready to throw at someone who made eye contact or asked her a question? Reading that list tells me why she lost the election, she is untouchable and hates ´little people´. That´s why the word ´deplorables´ just flowed from her mouth, It was natural and what she really thinks of people.
Don´t make eye contact was the carved in stone rule when she walked the halls of the WH back in the 90´s. Is she afraid of people or is she afraid that they will see what she really is if they look her in the eye?
I don´t trust anyone who doesn´t make eye contact with me when I´m speaking to them. It sends up a red flag which says - this person is hiding something.
Gov. John Kasich (R., Ohio) is "unlikely" to run for president — but he does have his eyes on an even greater responsibility. Appearing on MSNBC´s "Deadline: White House" Monday, Kasich jokingly asked host Nicolle Wallace if he could join her as an MSNBC host. Kasich, the last major contender to drop out of the 2016 Republican presidential primary, has played coy with questions about a possible 2020 run. Some have speculated that he might form a so-called unity ticket with Gov. John Hickenlooper of Colorado (D.), though Kasich has denied any such plans. Still, Wallace had to press on
Football season is here, so that means players taking a knee during our national anthem, or worse, hide in the locker room or tunnel like the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Seahawks, and the Titans, except for Steeler Alejandro Villanueva, to protest whatever. The Steelers´ excuse is that some players wanted to kneel, some sit, and some stand, so they decided to stay off the field. This is absurd logic. They did not let the fans see who kneels and who stands. Meanwhile, the jersey of Steelers left offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva is the hottest-selling NFL jersey. It will probably be and
A pair of new polls on Monday showed Roy Moore beating incumbent Luther Strange by double digits in Tuesdays’s GOP senate runoff in Alabama — despite President Trump’s endorsement of the man he calls “Big Luther.” The first survey, conducted by the Trafalgar Group during the two days after Trump’s raucous rally for Strange on Friday — showed the arch-conservative leading by 16 points, 56 to 40. The second, commissioned by Cygnal, an Alabama-based research firm, was also conducted after Trump’s visit to Huntsville, showed Moore leading 52 to 41. Analysts for both outfits said there was little chance that
Stuart Varney joined FOX and Friends on Monday to discuss the NFL national anthem controversy. On Sunday over two hundred NFL players and staff knelt down in protest during the national anthem. (Photo) Varney reminded the FOX and Friends hosts that NFL stadiums have collected over $1 billion in federal subsidies. Stuart Varney: There’s $1.1 billion in direct subsidies from taxpayers to the NFL… Taxpayer subsidies go to the building of stadiums. There have been 20 new NFL stadiums since 1997. All of them have received a degree of taxpayer subsidies. According to FOX Sports over the last 20 years,
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke said Monday 30 percent of his agency´s employees are "not loyal" to him or President Trump and he is developing a plan to overhaul the department. "I got 30 percent of the crew that´s not loyal to the flag," Zinke said in remarks to the National Petroleum Council, a federal advisory panel. He compared his running of the agency to a pirate ship that seizes "a prized ship at sea and only the captain and the first mate row over" to complete the mission. He then went on to discuss a forthcoming "huge" plan to restructure the
There is no easy answer. But In the wake of President Donald Trump calling for the firing of NFL players who opt for peaceful protest during the National Anthem, the Dallas Cowboys are at work crafting a singular answer. “Our statement,’’ one team leader told me on the eve of tonight’s nationally-televised Cowboys-at-Cardinals game, “will be a statement of unity.’’ I’ve spoken to seven Cowboys leaders on the subject in the last 48 hours and come away with a handful of conclusions that the Cowboys – from owner Jerry Jones and his family to the players in the locker room
This week´s Mainstream Media Scream features the Trump-inspired debate over the National Anthem and NFL players taking a knee to protest it. (Video) It came Sunday on Meet the Press during an exchange over President Trump´s comments between National Review editor Rich Lowry and Detroit Free Press editorial page editor Stephen Henderson: Rich Lowry of National Review: "He´s not randomly attacking these players. He is attacking them because they´re kneeling during the national anthem. And the national anthem is not a white supremacist symbol. And the President has become-" Stephen Henderson, Detroit Free Press: "Some of the words of the
Rena Marrocco, a Democratic donor and delegate, over the weekend provided further insight into her Facebook post last week that said Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos "deserves" to be the prisoner of a sadist, rapist character on HBO´s "Game of Thrones." Marrocco called DeVos "human pollution" in a Facebook post last Thursday, adding that she "deserves to be a prisoner of someone like Ramsay Bolton," the fictional "Game of Thrones" character known for raping and torturing women for sport, the Washington Free Beacon reported. Marrocco has served as secretary for the Democratic Club of Carlsbad-Oceanside (DEMCCO) in southern California. As
New York restaurant owner David McGraw, a former military memeber, vows to ban NFL games from his establishment in response to over 200 players disrespecting the US flag and military. David McGraw told reporters, “NFL will never be played at Palmetto Alehouse until all players pay respect to our flag and our country!!!” (FB post, Photo) FOX Carolina reported: A local restaurant owner says he’s taking a stand after recent friction between the NFL, its players and President Trump, over the national anthem. On Sunday, as NFL stars across the country took to one knee during the national anthem in
After NFL teams or players stayed in the locker room, knelt, sat or linked arms during the national anthem before games Sunday, people want to know what the NFL rules say. Are the players required to stand on the field during the national anthem? What does the NFL rule book say? On social media, many people have been cutting and pasting the following excerpt: A62-63 of the NFL League Rulebook. It states: “The National Anthem must be played prior to every game, and all players must be on the sideline for the National Anthem. During the National Anthem, players on
Protesters upended the GOP’s sole hearing on a last-gasp Obamacare repeal right as the gavel fell Monday, forcing its Republican chairman to recess the session until he could get order. “No cuts to Medicaid! Save our liberty!” the protesters chanted repeatedly. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Orrin Hatch, Utah Republican, tried to restore order by banging the gavel but then waited for Capitol Police to break it up. “If you want a hearing, you better shut up,” Mr. Hatch said. Police could be seen on C-SPAN cameras rolling protesters in wheelchairs out into the hallway. Critics of the bill say millions
Protesters filled the halls of a Senate office building Monday, waiting in a long, snaking line to get into a hearing room for the consideration of the GOP ObamaCare repeal bill. Some of those in line in the Dirksen Senate Office Building said they arrived at 5 a.m. to get a spot before the 2 p.m. hearing. The Senate Finance Committee´s hearing on Monday will be the only one on the last-ditch repeal effort from GOP Sens. Lindsey Graham (S.C.) and Bill Cassidy (La.). It comes just days before a potential vote. (Tweet)Share to Facebook Share to Twitter Share to Google+ Protesters fill
John McCain revealed his doctors gave him a ´very poor prognosis´ when he first found out about the rare and aggressive brain cancer that he continues to battle. The Arizona senator said his doctors told him at the time that his condition was ´very, very serious´. ´So I just said, "I understand." Now we´re going to do what we can, get the best doctors we can find and do the best we can. And at the same time, celebrate with gratitude a life well-lived,´ McCain said during an interview on 60 Minutes, that aired Sunday night. McCain underwent surgery in July
Karl Rove, a former senior adviser to President George W. Bush, ripped into President Donald Trump on Sunday for wasting his platform and his time attacking NFL players protesting by kneeling during the national anthem. “The president has two very valuable assets: his time and his voice. This president wastes it when he engages with things like this,” Rove said Sunday during a Fox News panel discussion on Trump´s recent controversial attacks of NFL players who protest for civil rights by taking a knee during the national anthem. Rove added that the president often spends time he ought to be
N.F.L. players and owners, already on edge after critical statements made by President Trump at a rally on Friday night, woke up on game day to another series of tweets from the president, this time calling for football fans to boycott N.F.L. games unless the league fires or suspends players who refuse to stand for the national anthem. (Snip) Steelers Won’t Participate in Anthem The Pittsburgh Steelers team does not plan to emerge from the locker room in Chicago until after the national anthem. “We’re not going to play politics,” Tomlin told CBS. “We’re football players, we’re football coaches. We’re not participating
The entire Pittsburgh Steelers team remained in the locker room during the national anthem, with the exception of one player: Army veteran Alejandro Villanueva, who plays offensive tackle for the Steelers. While the rest of his teammates remained in the locker room, Villanueva stood in the tunnel holding his helmet in his left hand and holding his right hand over his heart as the anthem played. WATCH: (Videos/Tweet) Villaneuva played in college at West Point Military Academy before going on to become an Army Ranger. He served three tours in Afghanistan and was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for Valor.
The Dallas Cowboys, together with team owner Jerry Jones, take a collective knee at the start of the Monday Night Football game to display their unity with… well, something probably. Stick a fork in the financial future of the NFL, it’s done; finished.The only thing that was saving the NFL from full organizational collapse was the advent of Fantasy Football Leagues and the subsequent betting and fan-based league play therein. Never underestimate the inability of any business organization to inoculate itself with idiot resistant policies once they enter the arena of identity politics.
CARSON, Calif. — It’s time for NFL owners to go beyond issuing statements and to make a statement: bring back quarterback Colin Kaepernick. On Sunday, from an undisclosed location, Kaepernick retweeted on his Twitter account several images of NFL players wearing T-shirts that read #IMWITHKAP. NFL owners need to show they are as well. They finally can dispel theories that Kaepernick has been blackballed for refusing to stand for the national anthem last season, or, fearing a blacklash from fans, that they simply lack the courage to give him another chance. In May 2016, speaking at a campaign rally in Kentucky,
A day after most of the N.F.L. engaged in at least some form of demonstration during the playing of the national anthem, the Dallas Cowboys linked arms in the middle of the University of Phoenix Stadium field in Glendale, Ariz., and collectively took a knee before the song was played. The Arizona Cardinals linked arms in the end zone with some military personnel in a show of unity. By the time the pop star Jordin Sparks began singing the song, the Cowboys, who were joined in kneeling by the team’s owner, Jerry Jones, had moved to the sideline, linking arms while standing. The crowd, which had booed as the visiting C
Pittsburgh Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin indicated Sunday night that he did not want offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva to stand for the national anthem, instead of sitting it out with the rest of his teammates. Villanueva, a former Army Ranger who served three tours in Afghanistan, was the only Steelers player to stand for the anthem. While Villanueva stood in the tunnel, hand over his heart, the rest of the team remained in the locker room in protest of President Trump’s comments that players who kneel during the national anthem should be fired. Tomlin said in a post-game press conference
Many people heralded Pittsburgh Steeler football player Alejandro Villanueva as a hero for standing up during the national anthem…. Today, not-so-much. Unfortunately, today Villaneuva says he was embarrassed to stand for the U.S. flag and National Anthem; and he apologized to his team and coach for not supporting their decision to stay in the locker room. ( Tweets)I wonder if all of those people who purchased his jersey will now be asking for refunds? (VIDEO)
“Are football fans voting with their TVs?” asks a new Rasmussen Reports survey. “As the NFL struggles to explain this season’s downturn in viewer ratings, 34 percent of American adults say they are less likely to watch an NFL game because of the growing number of protests by players on the field,” the poll reports, noting that 12 percent say they are more likely to watch, while half say the protests have no effect on their viewing decisions. “Interestingly, there’s little difference of opinion on the protests and NFL viewing habits among whites, blacks and other minority adults,” the poll
Arizona Sen. John McCain insists his vote against a GOP plan to repeal ObamaCare is not payback for Donald Trump demeaning the former POW’s heroism during the Vietnam War when the president remarked, “I like people who weren’t captured.” “If I took offense at everybody who has said something about me, or disparaged me or something like that — life is too short. You’ve got to move on,” McCain, a Navy pilot who spent more than five years in a North Vietnamese prison, told CBS’s “60 Minutes” in an interviewed that aired Sunday. “And on an issue of this importance
It´s DEFCON 1 this weekend – not between the U.S. and North Korea, despite the battle of insults between "Dotard" President Donald Trump and "Rocket Man" Kim Jong-un. Instead, the war is between the president and the sports world, specifically the NFL and NBA. It led the Drudge Report on Saturday. Since when have professional sports become political? Long before Trump moved into the White House. The NFL is famous for its activism. Support for Black Lives Matter after Ferguson. Solidarity with Trayvon Martin. Lectures from Bob Costas – not on the upcoming game, but on gun control or global