Bad Lip Reading has released another video, this time dubbing over the Democratic National Convention.
This newly released video of the DNC features Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, her husband Bill and their daughter Chelsea. It’s got Bernie Sanders (and some crying Bernie supporters), President Obama and his wife Michelle, along with various other DNC attendees and performers.
The video is hilarious, and I promise that you won’t regret watching it.
Live Action News reported on a European physician who provided a heartbreaking narrative of a senior gynecologist telling her interns to suffocate a baby if it happens to be born alive after an abortion.
Dr. D.F. claims to have been a student at the time.
At the guard in the delivery room, a woman was in labor as part of an abortion on medical grounds at 5 months pregnant. The birth was imminent, and the gynecology interns were prepared. The senior gynecologist of the guard who is about to return to her bed, approaches the interns and said in a low voice, but loud enough for me to hear: “If the child is breathing on arrival, you press hard here on the trachea until it completely stops breathing,” and turning to me: “And you, you did not hear anything.”
Princeton University has implemented a new policy requiring its Human Resources department to use “gender inclusive language” in “HR communications, policies, job descriptions and postings.”
Reported by The College Fix, the four-page long document is especially detailed, providing examples as to how to replace the "gender binary" pronouns with ones that are non-binary.
For example, when replacing he, him, his, and she, her and hers, the policy recommends doing one of four things:
Replace gendered pronouns…. By writing the text in the plural.
Eliminate the pronoun altogether.
Repeat the noun.
Use the second person voice, i.e., address your reader directly, using 'you' and 'your.'
Professor Dennis Miehls and various other “concerned adjuncts” wrote two letters to the administration at Smith College in Northampton, Mass., questioning the presence of affirmative action in the admission process for the school's social work program, only to gind themselves now being labeled white supremacists and racists by students in the program.
The letters stated that the admission process for the social work program was “tainted” because the administrators “continue to offer differential outcomes to students of color, in spite of overwhelming data that demonstrates that many of [their] students, including white-identified students, cannot offer clients a social work intervention that is based upon competence, skills and ethics.”
This is so infuriating.
Jennifer Denen, 30, and her boyfriend Clarence Reed, 47, have been charged with domestic battery, permitting abuse and endangering the welfare of a minor. Police officers in Hot Springs, Ark., became aware of the dangerous situation after receiving a tip from a staffer at the Cooper-Anthony Mercy Child Advocacy Center about a possible case of child abuse.
Authorities discovered Denen's four-year old daughter had been repeatedly abused by her boyfriend. The condition this child was found in is absolutely horrific. But to make it worse, it appears that the girl's mother never attempted to stop the abuse from happening.
It’s not much of a surprise that Chris Matthews on Tuesday’s Hardball -- along with the show's accompanying screen graphics -- conveniently forgot to mention that Kathleen Kane, Pennsylvania’s former attorney general, is a Democrat.
Kane was recently convicted on nine counts of perjury and obstruction, which aren't things that others usually want to associate themselves with. It doesn’t reflect well that the once up-and coming female Democratic political leader leaked grand jury information from a 2009 investigation and later lied about doing it. But take a minute and imagine if it was a Republican A.G. that had committed these same crimes.
Chris Matthews, along with the rest of the liberal media, would be all over it.
But since it wasn't, here's all Matthews had to say:
The Pew Research Center released a study on Monday that analyzed online support for Black Lives Matter based on the usage of the hashtag, and others such as #AllLivesMatter and #BlueLivesMatter on Twitter.
The timeline used for this research, July 5-17 of this year, included the shootings and deaths of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, along with the five police officers in Dallas and three in Baton Rouge.
With all these controversial and emotionally traumatizing events occurring so rapidly one after the other, it was no surprise that many keyboard activists took to social media to voice their opinions.
Tim Pool, an independent journalist, decided that it was time to call it quits while covering the riots in Milwaukee.
“For those that are perceivable white it is just not safe to be here, and that’s why I’m deciding to leave,” he said.
Pool noted, in his video explaining to his viewers why he was wrapping up his trip, that he is in fact Korean but explained that “most people down here don’t make that conclusion, they just looked at me and they start saying things about white people.”
BuzzFeed has been reporting on the race-based incidents targeting reporters that have been taking place following the police shooting of 23-year-old Sylville Smith. Attacks on BuzzFeed reporters include people yelling, “f**k off,” asking, “What the f**k’s that white guy doing here?” and throwing rocks.
According to BuzzFeed:
Liberals will always say that they truly care about the LGBT community, but do they really?
The Department of State released a statement on Monday sending its “sincerest regards” to Indonesia, a predominantly Mulsim country, on its 71st Independence Day.
The press release stated:
On behalf of President Obama and the American people, it is with great pleasure that I send my sincerest regards to the people of Indonesia on the 71st anniversary of your independence this August 17.
Deeply rooted in the democratic values and respect for civil society that our peoples share, the ties between our nations have never been stronger. As a testament to our close relations, the United States and Indonesia have forged a Strategic Partnership that is broadening bilateral cooperation, including in development, nutrition, climate change, and regional security.
The relationship between the United States and Indonesia will continue to advance and stand as an example of what can be accomplished when two nations pursue a common vision together. We wish all Indonesians a safe and prosperous year ahead. Dirgahayu Republik Indonesia.
If any of my family members found out I engaged in such a rally, I would be pulled out of college faster than you can say Jack Robinson. But if that would be before or after the butt whooping I would receive... I couldn't tell you.
The College Fix reported that the Campus (Dildo) Carry protest will take place on August 24 at the University of Texas at Austin. The anti-gun demonstration was organized on Facebook by three current students: Jessica Jin, Ana López and Kailey Nicole Moore.
According to the group's Facebook event page, the demonstration will entail “strapping gigantic swinging dildos to [their] backpacks in protest of campus carry.”
“Just about as effective as protecting us from sociopathic shooters, but much safer for recreational play," the event adds, explaining, “ANYBODY can participate in solidarity: alum, non-UT students, people outside of Texas. Come one dildo, come all dildos.”