What he said

Don Lemon Not Backing Down from Comments Calling White Men ‘Biggest Terror Threat’

Don Lemon is not backing down from his comments calling white men America’s “biggest terror threat”. Lemon made the comments during a CNN segment on Monday.

Lemon said, “We have to stop demonizing people and realize the biggest terror threat in this country is white men, most of them radicalized to the right, and we have to start doing something about them.”

Lemon continued: “There is no travel ban on them. There is no ban on… you know, they had the Muslim ban. There is no ‘white guy ban.’ So what do we do about that?

Ironically, Lemon, who is openly gay, dates a Caucasian man, Tim Malone (pictured right).

A CNN spokesman said CNN and Lemon would have no further comments on Lemon’s incendiary statements.

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Philly Don’t want to go to the President’s party, so he’s making it about the National Anthem!


“The Philadelphia Eagles are unable to come to the White House with their full team to be celebrated,”

Trump said in a “Statement by the President” issued by his press office.

Now why is President Trump saying this? Because only ten (10) players were going to attend.

In a fit of pique over NFL players’ refusal to stand for the national anthem, President Trump called a new play in the culture war by dis-inviting the Philadelphia Eagles from a White House event honoring their Super Bowl win. he’s making it about the flag because they were never going to attend.

“They disagree with their President because he insists that they proudly stand for the national anthem, hand on heart, in honor of the great men and women of our military and the people of our country,” Trump said.

In the meantime Philly mayor Jim Kenney countered Trump’s statement and said

“he is a fragile egomaniac obsessed with crowd size and afraid of the embarrassment of throwing a party to which no one wants to attend.”

No Eagles players sat or kneeled during the national anthem during the regular 2017 football season. But several raised fists or locked arms in protests.

Former Eagles wide receiver Torrey Smith — who caught five passes in the Super Bowl — said Trump’s statement included so many lies.

“Not many people were going to go,” Smith wrote.

Smith — who says his dad served more than 20 years in the Army — added: “The President continues to spread the false narrative that players are anti military.”

Smith said. “The men and women that wanted to go should’ve been able to go. It’s a cowardly act to cancel the celebration because the majority of the people don’t want to see you. To make it about the anthem is foolish.
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Teacher Who Told Student Her Purpose Was to Have Sex and Babies Resigns

shaniaya-hunter-550x279Cory Hunter (pictured left above), is the teacher who told a 16-year-old female student that, “her only purpose in life” was to “have sex and have babies resigned after the story hit the fan.

Hunter resigned from his position as a teacher in the Greene County, GA. Public School System during a heated school board meeting on Monday.

School Superintendent Chris Houston said Hunter apologized for any “disruption” caused by his behavior.

Hunter reportedly said, “I’m sorry. I quit.”

Shaniaya Hunter (no relation to her teacher), a junior at Greene County High School, has an eye condition which caused her to miss a number of days from class.

After a few unexcused absences, Shaniaya asked Hunter (who is not related to her), if she could take a makeup test. But Hunter allegedly said, “I have been around for 37 years and clearly, you are the dumbest girl that I have ever met.”

He added: “You know what your purpose is going to be? To have sex and have children, because you ain’t gonna never be smart.”

Shaniaya told ABC News affiliate WSB-TV that Hunter was known for insulting other students in his class. So she recorded his outburst on her iPad.

It really hurt me inside,” Hunter said.

Her teacher should have resigned, he saved the school board the trouble of dismissing him for such cruel, degrading and incentive remarks.

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Russell Simmons Pens Open Letter To Donald Trump


A real friend will always tell you the truth and that’s exactly what Russell Simmons did when he penned an open letter to Donald Trump.

Over 30 plus years you have been an amazing friend; endorsing my books, coming to my shows, flying me on your planes, your helicopters, and even allowing my family members and myself to stay in your house in Florida many times. So, it kinda pains me to know that my public statements about your candidacy have strained or ruined our friendship. However, the fact is, what’s at stake is bigger than us.

Trump has been sharing his racist opinions on every subject and leading in the polls in his bid toward the White House.

The self-made millionaire has however, set off a fire storm of controversy with his hateful comments regarding Muslims and Jews. Therefore Russell Simmons stood his position by openly and publicly putting his friend in his place. Simmons wanted it to be outwardly known that he is not in agreement with Donald and his prejudice rhetoric. In addition Simmons stressed how he would NOT support his friend if he initially wins the republican candidacy for the White House bid as a result.

It’s sadly enough, some Americans believe President Barack Obama is Muslim and for this fact, he’s somehow aiding and abetting these terrorist threats toward the United States with no plan of action. And with “The Donald” spewing all of this hate in an intolerant tone, it is no doubt setting the tone for a possible race war.

You can read Russell Simmons open letter to Donald Trump right here!

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50 Cent Blames ‘Empire’ Ratings Drop on Too Much ‘Gay Stuff’

50 cents regarding Empire

50 Cent thinks he knows why “Empire’s” ratings dipped in its second episode of the season — too much “gay stuff.”

“There are 3 million less viewers who tuned into last weeks Empire episode!!!! did you watch it?” Fiddy said in his Instagram post. “We could not take the extra gay stuff or celebrity stuff last night!!!!”

50 Cent chimed in with his own commentary by urging Taraji P. Henson‘s “Empire” character “Cookie” to call him for help.

“EMPIRES TV RATINGS TOOK A HUGE HIT. Ok I’ll stop now. COOKIE CALL ME BABY. I’ll tell every body to watch the show for you. LOL,” he wrote.

“Empire” attracted a massive 16 million viewers during its premiere last week. But the ratings dipped on Wednesday nights viewing to 13.7 million viewers. While those are still huge numbers, 50 Cent has a long-running spat with “Empire” and jumped at the chance to gloat.

The rapper, who in the past has accused the Fox series of copying the promotional campaign of his Starz drama “Power,” mocked the Fox series last week on Instagram after it took a dig at him in its Season 2 premiere.

The rapper is being petty no doubt because his hit series “Power” does not compare to “Empire”.