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OFF THE DEEP END – Shia LaBeouf’s Lame Apology Following Racist Rant


Movie star Shia LaBeouf has issued his appology following the release of a series of videos which showed the actor screaming profanity laced racist remarks at police officers.

On Monday, the “former” actor tweeted that he is “deeply ashamed” and “apologized” to the arresting police officers.

Video released Tuesday showed LaBeouf, 31, getting arrested Saturday morning in Savannah, Georgia for allegedly being drunk in public.

LaBeouf is seen shouting at the officers: “What did I do sir? I have rights, I’m an American! You got me in my hotel doing what sir?”

Later in the video, he shouts at a black police officer: “So you wanna arrest white people who give a f—k and ask for cigarettes? I came up to you trying to be nice, you stupid b—h.”

In another video taken inside the police station where he was being fingerprinted after his arrest, LaBeouf says to the black police officer, “You’re going straight to hell, straight to hell, bro.”

When asked by a white officer why his partner was going to hell, LaBeouf said “because he’s a black man.”


He also reportedly said that the black officer arrested him “for being white,” according to the New York Daily News.

LaBeouf was arrested in January after assaulting a 25-year-old at his anti-President Donald Trump installation “He Will Not Divide Us” display at the Museum of the Moving Image.

He was also arrested in 2008 and 2015 for drunk driving and public intoxication, respectively.

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After Stating How Grave The Danger Facing The California Coastline Is Al Gore Buys a Mansion On The California Coastline

You cannot overstate the hypocrisy folks. A tweet from MARK SIMONE‏ (originally seen on r/The_Donald) grabbed our attention:

The Twitter-verse proceeded to excoriate Gore and his continued hypocrisy:

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From LA Times

In a move that critics may cite as his own inconvenient truth, former Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, have added a house in secluded Montecito to their real estate holdings.

The couple spent $8,875,000 on a gated ocean-view villa on 1 1/2 acres with a swimming pool, spa and fountains, according to real estate sources familiar with the deal. The Italian-style house has high ceilings with beams in the public rooms, a family room, a wine cellar, terraces, six fireplaces, five bedrooms and nine bathrooms in more than 6,500 square feet of living space.

Montecito has long been a haven for Southern California’s rich and famous, a spot where celebrity faces can blend into the crowd. Among the community’s notable residents have been talk show giant Oprah Winfrey, actors Michael Douglas and Christopher Lloyd, and golfer Fred Couples. The 93108 ZIP Code, which includes the coastal hamlet, was ranked as America’s seventh most expensive area last year by Forbes.

Word of the purchase was reported in late April in the Montecito Journal. Gore, 62, did not respond to The Times’ requests for comment.

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Kathy Griffin Attacks Elisabeth Hasselbeck for Criticism Toward President Obama

When it comes to President Trump, it’s obvious that Kathy Griffin lacks respect for the office. After all, she decapitated her career after holding up an effigy of the president’s severed head.

However, when President Obama was in office, Griffin’s tune was quite different. According to Mediaite, in 2012, she criticized Elisabeth Hasselbeck – once the token conservative on “The View” – for asking Obama during the campaign whether he would “move things forward any more than Mitt Romney” on gay marriage.

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On her Bravo show “Kathy,” Griffin opined that Hasselbeck’s “attitude to the president, who was a Harvard Law professor,” lacked the dialectical niceties that ought to be afforded America’s commander-in-chief.

Or, in the parlance of Ms. Griffin: “I’m, like, take it down a notch, bitch.”


“That body language,” Griffin continued, “I don’t like that. I don’t like Jan Brewer in Arizona going like this to the president on the tarmac (and wagging his finger). I don’t like that. When I was on ‘The View,’ Barbara Walters said you respect the office.”

That statement would seem awfully ironic less than five years later, but her rant on Hasselbeck continued in a similarly po-faced manner.

“I mean, I just love the first sentence, which is, ‘Actually, Elisabeth, that’s not true,’” Griffin said, talking about Obama’s response. “So, I like how he’s so patient with her.”

When they put up a photo of Hasselbeck, Griffin said, “No, don’t show that nice pretty picture of her. Do not, after all that … after all the names she’s called me, show the fucking crazy face, OK? But, anyway, so what do you think that moment was like? I mean, what do you think it was like for Elisabeth Hasselbeck, a runner-up from ‘Survivor,’ to be, like, stepping up like that to the president, and then, by the way, not being completely accurate.”

When someone pointed out Obama had tweeted that Hasselbeck was his “favorite Republican,” Griffin responded with typical tact: “I mean, look, he’s a gentlemanly guy, and he probably said it, but, you know, I’ll say she’s a cunt.” Respectful!

The full video is at Mediaite; we’re not going to embed it here due to its vulgarity. Suffice it to say it’s about as unhinged as you’d imagine from somebody who thought holding up the effigial severed head of the president was a solid career move.

Just to review: Any conservative who deigned to ask Obama a simple question is not showing respect to the office. Severed heads of Republican presidents, however, are perfectly fine for photo shoots.

I’d normally say that Griffin needs to take it down a notch. However, it seems like that bulk of that work has already done for her.

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