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LaVar Ball Takes His Feud with President Trump To A New Level1m38s

LaVar Ball Takes His Feud with President Trump To A New Level

LaVar Ball continues his feud with President Donald Trump by questioning the commander-in-chief's role in freeing his son from Chinese authorities. In an interview for CNN, the father of LiAngelo Ball, one of three UCLA basketball players arrested in China accused of shoplifting earlier this month, was asked what Trump did to free the trio. Things quickly derailed despite of the best efforts of host Chris Cuomo, and Ball once again refused to thank Trump. 'What did he [ Trump ] do for my son?' Ball asked Cuomo. 'I don't have to go around thanking everybody. I don't have to go around thanking everybody.' Ball refused to acknowledge Trump's role in returning his son and two other UCLA basketball players, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill, to the US. Trump was not happy with the lack of gratitude, tweeting that he should have left the three teens in jail and that Ball was 'very ungrateful'. On the other hand, all three UCLA players who have been suspended indefinitely, thanked Trump for his efforts during their on-campus news conference. Ball said: 'What was [Trump] over there for? Don't tell me nothing. Everybody wants to make it seem like he helped me out.' Watch as Ball and Cuomo enroll into a back-and-forth argument about why Ball wouldn't thank the President. The interview descended into even further madness when Ball asked Cuomo for 90 seconds straight to thank him for appearing on the program.

Published: November 21, 2017108 views
Navy Admitted Their Pilot Is Responsible For Drawings Of Male Genitalia In The Sky49s

Navy Admitted Their Pilot Is Responsible For Drawings Of Male Genitalia In The Sky

Residents of Washington state turned their eyes to a clear blue sky and found themselves staring at a cartoonish rendering of male genitalia, sketched in airplane exhaust by at least one Navy EA-18G Growler jet. The image stretched hundreds of feet high over the Okanogan Highlands, based on photographs shared on social media. Navy officials admitted one of their pilots was involved in the inappropriate sky drawing and seriously condemned the mischievous pilot who drew enormous penises in the sky above Washington. The unnamed pilot from Naval Air Station Whidbey Island, was lambasted by officials who have since apologized for the obscene display in Okanogan. The Navy holds its aircrew to the highest standards and we find this absolutely unacceptable, of zero training value and we are holding the crew accountable, they said in a statement. They described the act as 'immature' and 'unethical' and said that action was being taken to punish the crew responsible. While they failed to see the humorous side, the internet exploded with appreciation for the pilot's drawings. Some people in the town were offended by the illustration and reported it to local news stations including KREM.com. Others saw the funny side as they watched the pilot complete their masterpiece. The Navy did not disclose what was being done to reprimand the pilot responsible. A lot of people saw the offensive drawing in the sky created by pilots. Pilots have some explaining to do after the inappropriate image of male genitalia lit up the sky . KREM 2 reached out to the Federal Aviation Administration to find out who was behind the drawings. FAA officials explained there's nothing they can do if the conduct doesn't pose a safety risk, adding they “cannot police morality.”

Published: November 17, 2017558 views
For Thanksgiving, Cops Give Civilians Something Bigger That A Ticket3m26s

For Thanksgiving, Cops Give Civilians Something Bigger That A Ticket

The holiday season can be a very stressful time for many people, so when a big day like Thanksgiving comes along, the last thing anyone would need is to pay for a traffic ticket. But for 25 civilians in Laredo, Texas, that was exactly what they were headed for. However, on Friday, November 17, when they committed their traffic violations, the Laredo Police Department gave them something that was way bigger than a traffic ticket. While the drivers were going back and forth whether they should receive a citation or not, the officers handed them a written warning and then they happily presented them with their very own <a href=" https://rumble.com/v31w5c-thanksgiving-turkey-recipe.html " target="_blank">Thanksgiving turkey</a>. The turkeys were donated by a local business, who has been kept anonymous, and the officers devised the plan as part of Operation Peacemaker. “The officers came up with the idea and that commitment to the betterment and service to our community is what makes me proudest to be the head of such a dedicated and compassionate group of officers," Chief Claudio Treviño stated on Facebook. The civilians were obviously surprised by the <a href=" https://rumble.com/v3bqoc-son-gives-his-parents-the-ultimate-surprise-gift-for-their-anniversary.html " target="_blank">surprise gift</a>, and a video posted to YouTube shows a mix of shock, gratitude, and happy tears. “The season is right for giving thanks for all of our blessings," LPD wrote on Facebook.

Published: November 21, 201794 views