“Tomi Lahren tried to insult Beyonce & the Beyhive came for her” links

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Tomi Lahren tried to attack Beyonce but the Beyhive attacked her with bee emojis. I love that 2017 is the Year of Emoji Battle. [Pajiba]
Do you love or hate this very strange Valentino dress on Anne Hathaway? No ambivalence allowed! [Go Fug Yourself]
Justin Timberlake wants you to think he’s a feminist ally or something. [LaineyGossip]
Fergie was a mess at the Trevor Project gala? [Dlisted]
Gay folks can get married in Australia, starting today. [Buzzfeed]
Holly Hunter has a new TV series, OMG!! [OMG Blog]
The best opening scenes of superhero movies… The Dark Knight is my #1. [Looper]
Sophie Turner-as-Dark-Phoenix covers Entertainment Weekly. [JustJared]
Ed Sheeran was awarded an MBE. [Seriously OMG WTF]

 

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40 Responses to ““Tomi Lahren tried to insult Beyonce & the Beyhive came for her” links”

  1. Odetta says:

    The president has admitted to grabbing women by their gentitals and he endorsed a pedophile…ok….and Beyoncé giving kap an award is low? Bitch please

  2. WinchesterGirl says:

    Tomy knows that going after Beyoncè will get her attention from people who wouldn’t normally pay any attention to her lame hypocritical ass

  3. Nikki says:

    To answer your question, hate. Ugly dress pretty carpet.

  4. kay says:

    unfortunately i am having problems reading delusional today, can anyone translate that tweet by derpy mcblandish for me? thanks. /s

  5. minx says:

    Lahren is deeply stupid, but she plays to her audience–horny GOP men.

  6. KiddVicious says:

    I thought the photo was blurry, turns out it was the dress. I like the dress once I got a good look at it. Don’t like the shoes, though.

    Tami needs to sit down. She adds nothing of value to any conversation. Tonya Lasagna. LOL

  7. Snowflake says:

    Omg, i can’t stand this broad. She puts down obamacare but is on her parent’s insurance because of it. She’s an embarrassment to me. This bimbo is not smart but gets a platform because of how she looks. But yet, she would says its because of her hard work. Entitled b

  8. Common sense says:

    Is it wrong though for people to hate the police? You know who else hated and feared the police? Non white people , particularly black people, here in South Africa. For good reason; the police brutalised and murdered non white people. People lived in constant fear of the apartheid state sponsored bullies and murders called the police who terrorised black, coloured and Indian neighbourhoods. What is happening in the USA is almost reminiscent of apartheid South Africa.

    • SlightlyAnonny says:

      THIS. The only people who have this knee jerk “the police must be loved” sentiment is people who have never belonged to a group that has been historically brutalised by them. I know #notallcops and I personally have never had a bad experience with a cop but do I side eye and question every report of “suicide by cop” or accidental shooting or blatant murder of an unarmed person by a thug in blue, abso-flipping-lutely.

      • Anon33 says:

        I live in Baltimore. Our oh so stained (typo and it stays) boys in blue just MURDERED ONE OF THEIR OWN for “snitching.” Not to mention that they literally refuse to make any arrests anymore due to what happened in the Freddie gray case. HOW ABOUT YOU JUST TRY NOT ASSAULTING, RAPING, AND KILLING PEOPLE WHEN YOU ARREST THEM? Maybe? Is it that hard?

        Police officers do not automatically become saints by virtue of their profession. Bish needs to take a seat.

    • Kitten says:

      I’m in no way trying to say that my experience as a white woman is even remotely equivalent to that of POC but I have always been distrustful of the police.
      F*ck it, I had a few glasses of wine at lunch I’m just gonna say it: I hate the police. I have also had several relatively terrible interactions with law enforcement and was raised to distrust them so there’s that.

      • KiddVicious says:

        As a kid I was taught to trust police, but my own experiences as an adult white woman make me very distrustful. And as you said, this isn’t remotely equivalent to POC, but no one is really safe when police think they’re above the law.

      • Bridget says:

        I have known some great police officers, both men and women of different races. Some go into policing because they want to serve their community. But I am also inherently distrustful of any powerful body that decides that upholding the laws means that in payment they aren’t subject to the laws themselves.

      • Galaxias says:

        I’m a white woman who was taught to distrust the police by my uncles and father as a child.

        My experiences watching my black male best friend just solidified those views.

        I dated a Middle Eastern cop and the horror stories he would tell me made me realize that I wasn’t afraid and distrustful enough. My ex was a great guy and a stand up officer and his few friends on the force (few being the key word) were as well. I watched their careers be sidelined simply for being unbiased. It makes me want to scream just thinking about it all.

      • Veronica says:

        I think anyone who isn’t a middle to upper class white male would be wise to have a healthy distrust of the police. POC just have a more significant historical precedent to do so. (Oh hey, did you know modern police forces have their roots in escaped slave patrols? Hahah, history is amazing in this country. :| ) My mother told me that one of her most vivid memories as a child is her father chasing her mother down the street beating her. A police officer stopped them, but upon realizing they were married, literally sat by and let him continue beating her. Since then, I’ve never trusted any system that serves to uphold the traditional power structures of a society, and the police are the front lines where citizenry is concerned on that matter.

      • Izzy says:

        While growing up in Canada, I was not afraid of the police. THAT didn’t happen until I moved to America. And now I see the same kinds of racist, brutality tactics infecting Canadian policing like a cancer. At least up there, though, they put the SOB on trial and got a conviction. Which is more than you can say down here. It’s dismal. I don’t trust ANY cop here.

      • common sense is for commoners says:

        I’ve never met a cop that I thought was a genuinely good person. I have some cops in my neighborhood (suburban America at its finest), and all these wonderful family men are a rogue’s gallery of the most arrogant and unpleasant people I’ve ever met.

        I’m sure there are some good cops out there, anecdotes aside. I just don’t think there’s enough good to justify this mass love-in about how we should automatically adore the people who have the power to beat, rape and terrorize us on a daily basis, though.

  9. HH says:

    I’m NOT excited for the Dark Phoenix X-Men movie. UGH. I’m not a fan of monopolies or near-monopolies but if Fox is going to insist on continuing their X-Men franchise, then just let Disney/Marvel have it. I’m sick of seeing Xavier, Magneto, Mystique, Storm, Jean, and Scott on a screen. I think they’re are a great characters, but they’ve been focused on for far too long now. Even Marvel is switching up their characters after 10 years. Plus, I’ve lost all confidence. The visual looks great, but Michael Bay produces good visuals. So….yeah.

  10. Spring says:

    She’s an industrial-strength attention seeker. In stark contrast, Colin Kaepernick has put his money where his mouth is & devotes himself to philanthropy. What’s Lahren done for anyone but herself?
    https://www.si.com/sportsperson/2017/12/06/colin-kaepernick-charity-giving-donations

  11. Ye says:

    I feel like Bey looks bigger in these photos than she claims on social media.

  12. Reece says:

    Like Anne’s dress. HATE the shoes!

  13. Lilith says:

    Buzz buzz racist b**ch
    ✊🏾

  14. Milla says:

    Justin… Nope, sit down. Janet is still better than you in any way.

  15. Marion says:

    What’s with Anne’s face? We can’t barely recognise her!!

  16. Ange says:

    No gay people can’t get married today in Australia, the law has to be signed by the governor general first but I can’t imagine that would take long.

  17. Bridget says:

    Tomi Lahren and Milo whatever are like Ann Coulter – they feed on this. The worst thing you could ever do to them is to completely ignore them. Hell, I often wonder if news outlets hadn’t given Trump so much space if things would have gone differently. We give these monsters power when we talk about them.

  18. DSW says:

    Oh look! White Grievance Barbie is using all three of her brain cells to talk!

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