Fox News host compares 9/11 memorial to confederate monuments.
Dear @foxandfriends : 9/11 memorials honor those who died from terrorism. Confederate monuments honor terrorists. This isn't complicated.
— Devon Gray (@Devon_Gray) September 11, 2017
@Devon_Gray, tweeting after “Fox & Friends” host Brian Kilmeade asked Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke: “Do you worry 100 years from now someone’s going to try to take [the 9/11 Flight 93] memorial down like they’re trying remake our memorials today?” Kilmeade’s question equated Confederate monuments with the 9/11 memorial in Shanksville, Pa., and Zinke did not challenge the comparison.
— Trump's ZombieLand (@StevenReyCristo) September 11, 2017
Miss Texas called out the president for his response to white supremacists.
— Bill McQuillen (@bmcquillen) September 11, 2017
@bmcquillen, on Miss Texas Margana Wood’s response during the Miss American pageant Sunday night to a question about how President Trump handled the white supremacist march in Charlottesville, Va. Wood said that “it was very obvious that it was a terrorist attack,” and that Trump should have spoken out earlier.
— Ricky Davila (@TheRickyDavila) September 11, 2017
This pageant contestant has greater moral clarity than the President of the United States. https://t.co/4N6T8jRpZx
— Justin Hendrix (@justinhendrix) September 11, 2017
Joe Jonas makes a joke about rare picture of him with his brothers.
“These two asked for a pic. What great guys. #fanlove.”
joejonas, left, writing this caption for a rare Instagram picture of himself with his former bandmates, brothers Nick, center, and Kevin, right. His brothers kept up with the joke as if they were just fans posing with the DNCE star. “Thanks for the pic man,” nickjonas commented. And kevinjonas wrote: “Really nice to meet u.” Since the Jonas Brothers group disbanded in 2013, photos of the brothers together have been scarce.
Chainsmokers got pushback after racist joke.
soo how are the chainsmokers jus gonna be racist towards asians while they're in asia being interviewed by an asian interviewer in asia
— joon day (@szabts) September 11, 2017
@szabts, criticizing pop duo The Chainsmokers for insinuating that Chinese people eat dogs, in a promo video from their trip to China over the weekend. The video has since been deleted. Buzzfeed.com reported that a spokesperson for the group said their joke was taken “out of context.”
disgusted at the fact that the chainsmokers really had the nerve to make a racist 'asians eat dogs' joke in front of an asian interviewer..
— namjoon day (@trbljimin) September 11, 2017