Bill Whittle, PJ Media, Afterburner: How Multiculturalism Caused the Paris Terror Attacks:
It wasn’t the Mohammed cover art that caused the Charlie Hebdo terror attacks in Paris; it was the multicultural treatment of Muslims in France.
Washington Free Beacon: Media shreds Obama for snubbing Paris rally | SUPERcuts! #147
On Thursday, the White House announced that in the days following next week’s State of the Union address, President Barack Obama will sit down with three major YouTube celebrities — Bethany Mota, GloZell Green and Hank Green — for live Q&A sessions to be broadcast on that platform.
So, when it was time for CNN’s Jim Acosta to question White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest about the decision at today’s briefing, he took this approach: “Just noticing that these folks who are going to be conducting these interviews are not professional journalists, they’re people who post videos on YouTube, and I’m just curious, was ‘Charlie Bit My Finger’ or ‘David After Dentist’ not available?”
To the shock of those in attendance and watching on TV, Earnest said he’s “not familiar” with two of the most popular YouTube videos of all time.
No, the “Charlie Bit My Finger” guy will not interview Obama — he’s going to be interviewed by the ’14 Fart Facts’ Creator.
Hank Green, whose most recent YouTube video at the time of this publication is “14 Fart Facts for my Flatulent Friends”, will be among those questioning the president.
Also interviewing the president will be GloZell Green who I just discovered is kinda hilarious. She’s absolutely out of her mind, but made me laugh and that’s all I ask.
Anyway, hokay. Good grief lady. She actually has a lot of videos like that where she does some kind of taste challenge and coughs everything up. It’s her shtick and she has a lot of YouTube fans which is all well and good – but why would the White House be interested in having this woman and the Fart-Fact guy interview the president?
Fox Guest: There Are ’19 Paramilitary Muslim Training Facilities’ In The U.S.
Former Al Qaeda double agent on danger of ‘sleeper cells’
Bill Whittle, Truth Revolt: The Road To Hell…
…is paved with good intentions. But those good intentions do not cause the harm; they prevent us from seeing it. In his latest Firewall, Bill Whittle shows how little things – student loans; the Path to Heck – can go as dreadfully wrong from good intentions as the genuine horrors on the real Road to Hell.
“Not once, but twice, she referred to that march as a parade, dismissing and apparently trying to trivialize an unprecedented show of solidarity and European opposition to radical Islamists,” said Fox Business News host Lou Dobbs.
Valerie Jarrett on WH Response to Paris Attacks: ‘We Certainly Got the Substance Right’:
Speaking of Al Sharpton…
Andrew Klavan, Truth Revolt: Black Leader Al Sharpton:
In which our politically correct host, Andrew Klavan, takes a look at the disturbing history of the Reverend Al Sharpton – called reverend because he is revered, by Al Sharpton.
PJ Media Trifecta: Too Many Candidates: Does Flood of GOP Hopefuls Mean Trouble in 2016?
Ben Shapiro, Truth Revolt: Fracking Saved the Obama Economy:
WALA FOX10 News: Teen Tries To Help Injured Cop – Discovers It’s Her Dad:
Sgt. Kerstan Tatro was injured after pulling over a driver for a speeding violation, and one of the those who stopped out to help him turned out to be his own daughter. According to Gulf Breeze, Fla. Chief of Police Robert Randle, Tatro noticed a car driving erratically near the south end of the Pensacola Bay Bridge.
When the officer asked the driver to step out of the car, the suspect started the vehicle. Tatro reached into the window in an attempt to grab the keys out of the ignition. The driver then accelerated with the officer still partway in the window. She carried him a short distance and ran him over when he fell from the vehicle’s side.
Among those that stopped to help the officer was his daughter, who as the dashcam video shows, was distraught to see her father injured. Tatro suffered a broken arm and other non-life threatening injuries.
A very emotional moment when the girl discovers the injured officer is her dad.
Mystery Surrounds 132-Year-Old Rifle Found In Great Basin National Park:
That gun couldn’t have been leaning against the tree for all that time?