Bill Maher doesn’t understand how Milo Yiannopoulos works

After a week like this — in which the country's National Security Advisor resigned because of ties to the Kremlin, someone nicknamed  " the foreclosure king " was put in charge of the economy and the president did something so shameful to a black reporter it's actually too depressing to type it out — it's borderline quaint to argue about someone like Milo Yiannopoulos.  But it's well worth it for what's coming on Friday. SEE ALSO: What to do when you're so overwhelmed by the Trump presidency you can barely move On Wednesday, Bill Maher announced that he had invited the right wing provocateur/sentient glowstick to appear on Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. [...]

Patriots star slams the door on criticism of his White House boycott

Like many of his fellow Patriots, defensive end Chris Long won't be making a trip to Donald Trump's White House when the Super Bowl Champions visit this year.  And as edgy political statements in sports often do, Long's decision evoked plenty of backlash online, with Twitter users criticizing everything from his tolerance to his supposed "hatred" of white people.  SEE ALSO: Turns out there is hope for true love, and it's from Twitter Long had enough Thursday night, first responding to an individual Tweet.  Sorry dude. I appreciate your support of me as a football player, but I just don't get this tweet https://t.co/TfmK7hbEmY — Chris Long (@JOEL9ONE) February 17, 2017 Read more... More about White House , Donald Trump , Football , Nfl , and Super Bowl 2017 [...]
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