Wednesday September 20, 2017
Today's Tabloid News

Deaf community outraged after interpreter signed gibberish before Irma

Before Hurricane Irma ripped through Florida, Manatee County leaders were preparing to address the public with “crucial” information. That’s when, “in a pinch,” they called Marshall Greene who veered off course when he began signing words like “pizza,” “bear,” and “monster,” among others — words that had nothing to do with the press conference.  More…

Woman makes ‘sexy’ sign to get power back on after Irma

A Florida woman came up with a bright idea to fix her power problem in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma: a “hot single female” sign in her yard. Kynse Leigh, 37, was in a Tampa hospital when Irma knocked out electricity at her Fort Myers home. On Sunday, the real estate agent and mother-of-one set up a sign with hot-pink letters reading: “Hot single female seeks lineman to electrify her life.”  More…

Hillary Clinton’s book signing was as insufferable as you’d expect

Amid wild applause, Clinton made her way up to a raised platform, and then she sat down and started signing. No hello to the crowd, no thanks for the hours of waiting — let alone decades of support — no apology for or acknowledgment of being an hour late, or losing the most consequential election in American history. Not a single word. She just started signing.  More…

Maryland city to allow illegals the right to vote

The College Park, Maryland City Council has voted in favor of a measure that would allow city residents who are not U.S. citizens to vote in local elections. College Park joins six other towns in allowing legal permanent residents and undocumented immigrants to vote in municipal elections.  More…

Emmys Devolves into Three Hour Celebrity Anti-Trump Rage Fest

The 2017 Emmys certainly lived up to its billing as being the most politically charged ever. Within seconds, host Stephen Colbert took a few jabs at President Trump. But then Julia-Louis Dreyfus quickly upped the ante, joining in and singing, “Imagine if your president wasn’t loved by Nazis.” Once the monologue actually began, Colbert dedicated almost five minutes to mocking Trump.  More…

CNN host Anthony Bourdain says he would poison Trump if he had to cook for him

Anthony Bourdain, host of “Parts Unknown” on liberal CNN, said last week that he would poison Donald Trump if the celebrity chef was asked to cater a peace summit between the President and Kim Jong Un. “Hemlock,” Bourdain said when asked by what he would serve Trump and the North Korean dictator. Hemlock is a poisonous plant that has been used as a method of execution.  More…

Three dead from running generator inside home after Irma

Three people died of carbon-monoxide poisoning from a generator running inside their Florida home after Hurricane Irma left them without power, while four other relatives were hospitalized in very serious condition.  More…

Ex-CIA director resigns from Harvard over Manning fellowship

Former CIA Acting Director Michael Morell on Thursday announced his resignation as a senior fellow at Harvard after the university named U.S. Army soldier-turned-convicted felon Chelsea Manning a visiting fellow. Morell said he couldn’t be part of an organization “that honors convicted felon and leaker of classified information.”  More…

Customers Angry After National Anthem Silenced At Buffalo Wild Wings

The National Anthem is the focus of controversy again, this time at a bar in Riverside County. Customers at a Buffalo Wild Wings in Eastvale say an employee refused to let them hear the anthem before an NFL game Monday night – which happened to be the 16th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.  More…

Racist attack on old white man riding the bus

An 80-year-old man was called a “white honky mother f—-r” and shoved by a black bus rider aboard an MTA bus in Manhattan, police sources said.  More…

‘Sopranos’ star Frank Vincent dead at 78

Mob movie actor Frank Vincent has died. The “Sopranos” tough guy suffered a heart attack last week and died during open heart surgery at a hospital in New Jersey on Wednesday, according to TMZ. He was 78 years old.  More…

Jemele Hill’s Trump comments have turned into an ESPN firestorm

The only thing that unites both sides of the Jemele Hill controversy is a common fury at ESPN. In neither apologizing nor announcing a suspension — while simultaneously distancing itself – ESPN has managed to enrage just about everyone who has seen the “SportsCenter” anchor’s Tuesday night rant about President Trump. “We are with you @jemelehill,” Colin Kaepernick, himself a lightning rod, said to Hill Wednesday.  More…

NFL opening weekend sees more Star-Spangled Banner protests

Seattle’s Michael Bennett and Oakland’s Marshawn Lynch joined other NFL athletes Sunday in protesting the treatment of minorities by US law enforcement during the first weekend of the regular season. Both Bennett and Lynch remained seated during The Star-Spangled Banner before the Seahawks and Raiders season-opening games as part of a continuing wave of protests that began with former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.  More…

Kid Rock gloats over Sharpton kid’s bust

Kid Rock was gloating online Sunday over the arrest of Al Sharpton’s daughter amid his feud with the Manhattan reverend activist. The musician retweeted The Post’s story of Ashley Sharpton’s weekend arrest on charges she struck a cab driver and stole his keys and added, “These ‘activists’ are such nice people… not.”  More…

Incredible video shows the moment a giant water wall threatens Miami shop

Stunning video footages shows a giant wall of water pounding a Miami shop as Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on the city. The video, shot from inside the unnamed business, shows several feet of water threatening to burst through the shop’s glass windows.  More…