Angela Rye

The news media's race-baiting and false racist narrative has led to unintended consequences.

In the video below, CNN commentator Angela Rye was shouted down when she suggested removing statues of former presidents who were slave owners.

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Colin Kaepernick

Despite the warm reception from Baltimore Ravens coaches and players, the team's owner is saying no to Colin Kaepernick.

The 29-year-old former San Francisco 49ers quarterback has been unemployed and blacklisted in the NFL after he took a knee during the national anthem to protest racial injustice in 2016.

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Miss South Africa Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters denies accusations that she wore latex gloves because she didn't want to touch black children at a soup kitchen in Johannesburg, South Africa.

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CNN PRODUCER CAUGHT ON HIDDEN CAMERA ADMITTING CNN REPORTS FAKE NEWS FOR RATINGS

John Bonifield

CNN's credibility was rocked after an undercover investigator for Project Veritas infiltrated the newsroom and apparently planted fake Russia stories that were reported by CNN as fact.

CNN retracted a Russia collusion story from its website last week and apologized to an associate of President Trump who was falsely implicated in the article.

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Bill Maher

Hours after troubled comedienne Kathy Griffin played the victim at an awkward news conference on Friday, HBO host Bill Maher took some of the heat off of her by using a racist slur.

The controversial 'Real Time With Bill Maher' host was interviewing Republican Senator Ben Sessa about his book when the conversation turned to adults celebrating Halloween.

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Joe Biden

According to the Hollywood Reporter, Universal Pictures is planning a White House comedy based on a book penned by a former White House stenographer.

While Obama's two terms as president provides tons of comedic material, former Vice President Joe Biden's propensity for touching young girls and women is no laughing matter.

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Rapper Wiz Khalifa can't do anything right. First he posted a video glorifying marijuana smoking last week, and now he's visiting the grave of a notorious drug lord in Colombia.

The lanky rapper angered Colombians when he posted several Instagram.com snaps of himself posing over the gravesite of dead Colombian drug lord Pablo Escobar.

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LeBron James Lavar Ball

LaVar Ball is one of those annoying sports dads who lives vicariously through their more talented children.

Ball, 48, is the father of UCLA Bruins freshman star Lonzo Ball (pictured above) and Chino Hills (Calif.) High School standouts LiAngelo Ball and LaMelo Ball, a sophomore who recently scored 92 points in one game.

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weightlifter

You are witnessing the beginning of the end of women's sports as we know it.

Laurel Hubbard, 39, a biological man who "identifies" as a "woman" while still competing as a man, bested biological women to win the women's International Weightlifting title in Australia.

FYI: this is a man who "identifies" as a woman. But he continues to present himself in public as a bio man.

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Steve Harvey

Steve Harvey offered some sound advice to rappers Tip "T.I." Harris, Snoop Dogg and his former protégé Bow Wow, who seem to forget they are black men living in Amerikkka.

The 60-year-old comedian and TV mogul spoke out after Snoop Dogg filmed a video for BadBadNotGood's "Lavender," in which he protests police brutality by mock shooting a President Trump look-a-like in the head.

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Ben Carson

HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson was dragged unmercifully by Hillary Clinton's supporters for equating slaves to immigrants in a speech last week.

Clinton's supporters are united in their fake outrage at President Trump and his administration. But video has surfaced online showing their savior, ex-President Barack Obama, saying the same thing Carson said.

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