Author: Adam Roberts

George Lopez: House in escrow, wont say where he is moving: “I’ll give Donald Trump ‘a chance to suck my ass’

George Lopez proves the adage that money does not buy you class. The failed comedian made a vulgar taunt when asked if he’d give President-elect Donald Trump a chance after other comedians, like Dave Chappelle, said they would. “I’ll give him a chance to suck my *ss,” Lopez told TMZ.   Lopez added that he’s moving out of the United States now that Trump has been elected president (buh-bye). “Listen man, I’m in escrow so don’t worry about my residential status,” Lopez said. “I’m already in escrow, motherf*cker. And I’m not going to tell you where I’m going to go...

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Mark Taylor Trump Prophecy oracle may be reason Hillary Clinton fell on 911

  Mark Taylor reveals in a recent interview how he led a 10,000 strong prayer warriors conference on September 11th, 2016 just 15 minutes before Hillary Clinton took her famous fall at the 911 ceremony in NYC … Could it be that God answered in this DRAMATIC way to start the dominoes falling for the ultimate defeat of Hillary Clinton? I personally think so. Here is the interview below: The updated info at Trump News   Here is the original interview done back in April of...

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GREECE IN FLAMES: Riots in the streets of Athens over Obama’s visit

FURIOUS protesters have screamed for Barack Obama to “go home” and launched petrol bombs at police as the US President landed in Europe today. Mr Obama’s visit to Athens, Greece, was supposed to be a grand farewell, but descended into chaos when angry rioters took to the street to demand he leave.Youths riding motorbikes, carrying wooden clubs and launching petrol bombs tried to break a police cordon and confront Mr Obama directly. Hooded left wing protesters took to the streets shouting “Yankees go home” and “we don’t need protectors” – a reference to Mr Obama’s announcement that he thought Greece should be allowed off the hook when it comes to its spiraling national debt. Armed police are trying to contain the violent riot Protesters clash with police, who have been firing tear gas into the crowds Earlier, Mr Obama, 55, had delighted his Greek hosts by supporting debt relief for the recession-battered country, which has seen its economy shrink by a quarter in just seven years.Greece hopes Obama will be able to persuade its foreign creditors to restructure some of its debt, which stands at nearly 180 percent of national output. His visit comes only two days before the anniversary of a bloody 1973 student revolt that helped topple the 1967-1974 military junta which was backed by the U.S. government....

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