Alex Jones and Milo Yiannopoulous stormed a Google Fiber store in Austin, Texas—and by “stormed,” we mean they entered the storefront, rambled for a few minutes about an “A.I. tentacle,” and were politely escorted out by security.
A Mother’s Day message from Josh Bernstein: “Teach your sons to be masculine, hard working, family men instead of overly sensative [sic], mentally frail, weak and effeminate pansies.”
Jerry Boykin is grateful that God raised up Barack Obama to be president, because his “failures” opened the eyes of Americans and led to the election of Donald Trump.
Katrina Pierson, former spokesperson for the Trump campaign, is looking into the QAnon conspiracy theory: “I have only heard about it, so now I’ll really have to see what this is all about.”
Finally, Dave Daubenmire said on his webcast this morning that “the wrong army won the Civil War” and that America would “have been better off” if the South had won.