Leaked Video of Trump Goofing Off During National Anthem at Sunday's Super Bowl Has People Calling Him Out
President Donald Trump has been very clear about his stance on any protests against police brutality, racial inequality and injustice that occur during the national anthem.
Less clear is his stance on his own behavior.
Evangelical Pastor Calls Out Evangelicals for Their Support of Donald Trump With His Brutal New 'Hymn'
Ken Starr Defended Trump by Complaining About Frivolous Impeachments, So Someone Added a Laugh Track and It's Perfect
Ken Starr, a conservative pundit and frequent Fox News guest, is best known for his dogged attacks to find impeachable offenses by President Bill Clinton during a multi-year investigation into every aspect of the Clinton family's lives.
In the end, Starr found an extramarital affair which was used to impeach Clinton and that Clinton lied under oath about his personal life.
For many political pundits and politicians alike, the minor children of elected officials are off limits.
So much as mentioning them is met with backlash.
Unless of course a politician wants to use his own child to mock someone.
Conservative Author Slams Trump's Hypocrisy After Reports That He Uses Unsecured Personal Cellphone for Top Secret Calls
From the time President Donald Trump first announced his candidacy, he and his followers have used Hillary Clinton as a rallying point. Three years after the election, Trump's MAGA rallies and followers still trot out chants of "Lock her up" and similar rhetoric online.
But conservative commentator, consultant, editorialist, lecturer and military historian Max Boot has had it with the deflection to former Secretary of State Clinton. In a new OpEd in The Washington Post, Boot states in no uncertain terms that Trump, his associates and his acolytes in the GOP need to knock it off.
Turns Out Nikki Haley E-Mailed 'Confidential' Material Over Unsecured Device While Working at the White House
The Republican Party—or more specifically the Trump White House—is being called out again for hypocrisy. Members of the administration of President Donald Trump used unsecured devices, private servers and even public social media channels to conduct official government business.
However throughout the Trump 2016 presidential campaign, allegations against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton abounded regarding similar activity. Chants of "lock her up" over emails that were thoroughly investigated by a Republican led Congress and several federal agencies were prevalent during Trump MAGA rallies and still pop up today.
Mitch McConnell Complained That People Are 'Acting Out' and 'Engaging in Bad Behavior' and People Can't Believe the Hypocrisy
At a Kentucky public appearance for his 2020 reelection campaign, Republican Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell lamented over a lack of civility from "both sides" of the political spectrum.
McConnell stated both sides needed to "learn how to behave better, how to be able to disagree without anger."