After tonight’s chaos at a cancelled rally in Chicago, Donald Trump told CNN’s Don Lemon his political events are “a lovefest” that feature “great love” and that he hopes his tone is “not that of causing violence [...] I don’t do that.” Here are some examples of the GOP presidential favorite endorsing that kind of love between people who disagree: the soft caress of a punch to the face, for example, or reverently tucking another into a paramedic’s stretcher.
The potential for anti-gay Pastor Matt Makela’s hypocrisy is apparently sky high—all the way to heaven, even. Jennifer Kish told Saginaw, Michigan’s WNEM that the disgraced pastor, who was exposed for soliciting gay sex on Grindr earlier this week, made her son 17-year-old son Tyler feel like “if he was going to go to hell for being gay that he might as well go to hell by committing suicide.”
A Democratic congresswoman fed up with the anti-food-stamp rhetoric of her Republican colleagues took those lawmakers to task today using some high quality props.
It's been just over 36 hours since Miley Cyrus stuck her tongue out at the pearl-clutching world of knee-jerk moral outrage, but someone already went and wrote a song that puts the entire manufactured fiasco in perfect perspective.