Natalie Portman Thinks Former Friend Jared Kushner is a Supervillain; Tom Brady is Spineless; & Amy Poehler DGAF
If Manafort is pardoned, and the world doesn’t explode, I’m gonna throw some sh*t.
NEW: Rudy Giuliani tells @NYDailyNews "things might get cleaned up with some presidential pardons" when the "whole thing is over" in light of Paul Manafort being sent to jail.— Chris Sommerfeldt (@C_Sommerfeldt) June 15, 2018
Then again, the world still hasn’t exploded over this, so clearly too many comfortable white people DGAF.
The Trump admin says almost 2,000 children have been separated from their families at the border over a 6-week period, AP reports. https://t.co/wlkvhNctzc— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) June 15, 2018
Speaking of white guys who do not give a fuck: Tom Brady. He’s the Paul Ryan of the NFL. A wishy-washy motherfucker who refuses to take a goddamn stand, but hey! His relationship with a supermodel who gave birth to his child while he was dating another supermodel (now on the cover of Vogue) sure is challenging! Crack out the tiny violins. (Celebitchy)
And then there’s Jared Kushner: “There’s not a lot funny to say about someone you were friends with becoming a supervillain.”— Natalie Portman (Lainey)
Catherine Zeta-Jones doesn’t give a fuck anymore, either, but for entirely different reasons. (Dlisted)
Same with Amy Poehler, who is just tired of all your bullshit.
Meanwhile, Star Trek: Discovery is again dropping their showrunners. Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts are out, after being abusive to their writers. Bullies aren’t OK in any profession. (The Mary Sue)
When a political cartoonist is fired for being critical of Donald Trump, it’s time to be worried as hell. (VSB)
Nerdist, which scrubbed Chris Hardwick from its site amid sexual abuse allegations, has also released this statement:
Oh Thank God! Susan Kelechi Watson — who plays Beth in This Is Us — will not be killed off in its third season, as some rumors have suggested. (Shadow and Act)
All right: Let’s leave off with something fun, like The Onion’s current crusade against Mark Zuckerberg. It is delicious. (Vulture)
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