A GOP congresswoman has reported Jane Fonda to the Capitol Police for suggesting “murder” as a way of dealing with pro-lifers.
Whoopi Goldberg went off on Tucker Carlson after he aired surveillance footage from the January 6 Capitol riots.
Jane Fonda is ranting about her “woke” politics once again, this time saying that “there’d be no climate crisis if it wasn’t for racism.”
Piers Morgan is talking about the left’s “miserably predictable” meltdown over Elon Musk buying Twitter last week.
Norman Lear is turning 100 today, and he’s just revealed if he thinks Archie Bunker from “All In The Family” would support Trump.
The family of a U.S. Marine killed by a suicide bomber in Afghanistan last summer is suing Alec Baldwin for $25 million.
Macy Gray said that the American flag “represents divisiveness and hate” as she demands that we create a new one.
Stacey Dash went on the record apologizing for ever supporting Donald Trump and that Fox News hired her to be the “angry black woman.”
Prince Harry waded into politics again when he gave an interview about the Capitol riots, calling them a “literal attack on democracy.”
Women’s US soccer star Megan Rapinoe has claimed that it was a “white supremacy mob” that descended on the Capitol during the riot last week.
“Last Man Standing” star Tim Allen called last week’s Capitol riots “shameful” and lamented how conservatives have retreated to the closet.
“Walker, Texas Ranger” star Chuck Norris is trending on Twitter as cancel culture warriors perpetuate a claim that he stormed the Capitol.
Kirstie Alley condemns Twitter for banning President Donald Trump from the platform, says it’s paving the way for discrimination.
Late night television host Jimmy Kimmel stepped over the line with a crass joke about Donald Trump supporters killing themselves on Tuesday.