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In Alabama, Judge Roy Moore has been seeing his Senate campaign going down in flames as accusations against him mount up.
His Democratic opponent is actually now beating him in the polls… “Political experts are saying that his recent surge is due to not f–king kids,” Maher quips.\n\t\tvar inline Ad Factory = ad Factory;\n\t\tinline Ad Param( 'adfactory_desktop_inline_300x250__desktop__tablet_11189', 'desktop_inline_300x250_11189' );\n\t\tad = inline Ad Multi Ad( new Array( \"300x250\" ) );\n\t\Position( 11189 );\n\t\tad.write('adfactory_desktop_inline_300x250__desktop__tablet_11189');\n\t after she refused to give him her phone number at the mall.
Jason Whitlock has built a brand on being the black guy who loves to wag his finger at black people for the sake of a mainstream-media platform (and its mostly white audience).
His take on Le Bron follows criticism of Colin Kaepernick’s protest of the American flag and “liberal media.” He’s blasted Serena Williams for her weight and for dancing after a tennis victory, and also railed against Robert Griffin III for his “swagger” as opposed to “understanding the importance of humility” while bemoaning a culture that focuses on “overpriced Air Jordans” and “cheap, gaudy jewelry.” His take on the protests following the high-profile killings of Trayvon Martin and Eric Garner?
Personality makes people ignore a Tomi Lahren’s lack of insight or a Stephen A. Whether it’s driven by love or hate, people click onto these talking heads because they like to be entertained by them.
But these personalities are almost always one sound bite away from it all caving in.
I’m the cult of personality I exploit you, still you love me I tell you one and one makes three I’m the cult of personality…” —Living Colour – “Cult of Personality” Personality drives so much of the information we receive.
Cable-TV shows have given us a steady stream of likable and not-so-likable folks to tell us what they think about the latest happenings in politics, sports, and entertainment.
Keep up with this story and more magazine's Gabriel Sherman, the bête noire of Fox News, that Ivanka would be "our saving grace" as her father was "about to fucking nuke Finland or something." (The United States does not presently have hostile relations with Finland.)The joke continues with Ivanka walking into her father's bedroom."Don't do it Daddy," Maher says in imitation of the first daughter while making a sexually suggestive motion with his left hand. He appears to be laughing, though the laughter may be of the nervous variety.In 2015, he compared British singer Zain Malik to Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev—a joke in a long line of crudely provocative jokes and statements about Islam.Bringing up and laughing about Moore’s excuse that he didn’t remember dating any girl without getting her mother’s permission, Maher imagines him as saying, “I’m a chivalrous child molester.”The funnyman then brings up Fox News’ penchant for avoiding talking about Moore, Donald Trump, or any of the sexual harassers at Fox News. Maher says Franken deserves the condemnation he’s getting for taking a mock photo of himself groping a woman, and for forcing a kiss on her while rehearsing a comedy sketch.But while this is awful and creepy, Maher argues that he doesn’t deserve “to be lumped in with Roy Moore, or Kevin Spacey, or Harvey Weinstein.
They empower it.”Whitlock’s commentary on Le Bron isn’t unique in regard to how Whitlock generally positions himself against what he feels is the popular “black perspective”—he’s been mining the logic that his unpopular opinions have validity simply because they’re unpopular for a while now.