Pro-Hillary CNN presstitute Chris Cuomo just learned the hard way you "Can't Stump The Trump."
Starting off his interview this morning by accusing Trump of being the "opposite" of presidential and claiming CNN's "panel of independent voters" "don't like it" when Trump attacks Hillary for being an enabler of her husband's abuse, Trump called Cuomo on his bias and actually ended up getting him to admit he is "right," where... (more)
Muslim Sadiq Khan, "the son of a Pakistani bus driver," was just elected Mayor. He ran on a platform of there being "too many white men" working in the government and promised more wealth redistribution, the local massive Muslim population voted for him in droves.
His Jewish opponent Zac Goldsmith is married to a Rothschild and is the son of billionaire financi... (more)
A black man waving guns around says he's going to kill Donald Trump, his daughter, and his wife, and is a "real nigga" who is ready to do the time for the crime, in another disturbing video of a Black Lives Matter supporter unhinged.
Trump attacked Hillary Clinton for saying she wants to put coal companies "out of business" during a massive rally to a packed house of around 12,000 people in "Coal Country" Charleston, West Virginia.
Open borders republican Paul Ryan told CNN's Jake Tapper this morning he's "just not ready" to support Trump despite his being the presumptive GOP nominee because Trump himself has to "unify" the party.
TAPPER: So, Mr. Speaker, you have said throughout this process that you will support the Republican presidential nominee. Now you have a presumptive nomin... (more)
Ted Cruz and the leaders of the #NeverTrump Movement have taken refuge in the Cückbunker as the conservative movement crumbles before their very eyes. Will the tyranny of the Neo-Conservatives finally be broken? Will the American People finally be liberated? Find out in this edition of You Can't Stump the Trump!
Hollywood director Rob Reiner has embarked on a national TV tour where he's going from show to show accusing Trump and his supporters of being "racist," at least that's what one would have to assume from his last two appearances on TV.
Asked to explain Trump's popular support on MSNBC, Reiner explained, "There are a lot of people who are racist," drawing gasps from Joe Scarborough.
"Oh my God, did you just say that?" Scarborough asked, "You just said that."
Despite Vicente Fox apologizing to Donald Trump yesterday, the presumptive Republican candidate remained defiant, telling the former Mexican President, "Get your money ready because you're going to pay for the wall."
During an interview with Breitbart News, Fox appeared to be taking a more conciliatory approach to Trump after being asked to address comments he m... (more)
Political rivals may brand the right-wing German party AfD xenophobic for claiming that there is "no place for Islam in Germany" in its political program, but 60 percent of the country's citizens agree with the idea, according to a new poll.
Conducted by the newspaper Bild together with research institute INSA, the poll showed a dramatic change in the attitude of the German population to Islam over the past year. In January 2015, 37 percent of people said that Islam had a plac... (more)
A young pretty Japanese YouTuber says she was "shocked" and "upset" after seeing images of white people with chains on wearing "So Sorry" t-shirts and wallowing in white guilt.
YouTuber "RandomYoko" says the way she sees the US is as a bunch of "proud" and "confident" citizens which she "admires," but she says after seeing those pictures, even though she's pretty sure they're "activists," it makes her "so sad," because "now Japanese people have to think we lost the war to these b... (more)
"The time of demonisation seems well and truly gone. Today, voting for the Front National seems to be less embarrassing and is seducing all generations, even the young. According to an IFOP study for the National Association of Children and Youth Councils (Anacej) revealed this Tuesday in Le Monde, between 27% and 31% of 18-25 year-olds would be ready to vote for the far-right party at the next presidential election. She would thus beat all the other candidates if they were the only ones to vote... (more)