BuzzFeed chief Los Angeles correspondent Kate Aurthur and Legal Editor Chris Geidner discuss the question of the weekend: What’s off limits when it comes to figures like Illinois Rep. Aaron Schock, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, soon-to-be MSNBC host Ronan Farrow, and others? A recurring LGBT question in a new year.
And we’re not even including the best reason!
“There was a time when I would download content to read on the subway, but not anymore. Now I’ve got my handy-dandy Candy available.”
“This will be copied and become the norm.”
Take a look at the dramatic transformation that has happened to these two cable news talkers since Obama got elected.
“One thing that we’ve learned in our trips to Rome in recent days, and weeks, and years is, they have the most annoying sirens on planet earth.”
As you will know from our work, Tanner and I are both political experts beyond reproach or questioning, so we feel confident that no one will find this OFFICIAL chart controversial.
Cavuto, like a total pro, pretends like it didn’t even happen. Something tells us Shep was just joshing.
The fiscal cliff! Class warfare! Syrian warfare! Loopholes!!! As Shep puts it, “Whatever.”
Getting on the “right side of history” — and of the demo. Shep Smith isn’t the only one on the barricades any more.
Go Shep! AT&T recently took the “unlimited” out of its “unlimited data” plan by cutting data speeds of its most active customers without warning or notification. Fox News anchor Shepherd Smith is one of those customers, and on his show today, Smith gave AT&T a verbal spanking. (h/t Mediaite)
Professional election-spoiler Ralph Nader hits Fox News on Election Night to call Obama an “Uncle Tom.” I hate Ralph Nader for a lot of things, but I think I hate him most for making me agree with Shep Smith.
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