Tucker Carlson Tried To Mock Pete Buttigieg Over His Claim Of ‘Racist Roads,’ Except That Mayor Pete Is Completely Correct

Twitter / @TuckerCarlson On Monday, conservatives piled upon Secretary of Transportation (and former presidential candidate) Pete Buttigieg for saying something that sounded, on its face, completely strange: He claimed that some roads in America were racist. His comments were, naturally, taken out of context, and he admittedly wasn’t speaking as clearly as he should have …

Jimmy Kimmel Has Found The One Way Trump Will Get Some Exercise, And It Involves Doing ‘Something Racist’

Former-president Donald Trump and his wife Melania attended game four of the World Series between the Atlanta Braves and Houston Astros, months after calling for a boycott of Major League Baseball over the All-Star Game being moved out of the Georgia capital to protest voting restrictions. Trump seemed to have a grand ol’ time at …

Meek Mill Walked Off A Private Jet Due To A ‘Racist’ Flight Attendant Who Stereotyped His Crew

Getty Image While flying is usually a pretty hellish proposition (especially during Covid-19) no matter who you are, flying while Black remains an experience unto itself. Last year’s reckoning with racism against Black people in America opened the floodgates for stories about stereotyping and discrimination, and today rapper Meek Mill faced another example of it. …

Jon Gruden Will Resign As Raiders Coach After The Revelation Of Racist, Homophobic Emails

Getty Image On Friday, as part of the investigation into the Washington Football Team’s toxic culture, an email from Jon Gruden to former Washington executive Bruce Allen that used racist tropes to describe then NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith was uncovered that became one of the biggest talking points in the NFL. Gruden continued to …

A 2011 Email Shows Jon Gruden Used Racist Language To Describe NFLPA Boss DeMaurice Smith

Getty Image A new report from the Wall Street Journal could lead to Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden finding himself in hot water. Back in 2011, when the NFL was in the midst of a lockout, Gruden, then an analyst for ESPN, used a racist trope to describe NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith, who …