What Terry Crews "Not Woke" Backlash Exposes, The Virginia 3, & That Isn't Very Gucci Of You...

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Philip DeFranco
Philip DeFranco

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blur hughesw
blur hughesw

A Black community in Ireland forty years ago i find hard to believe the south growing up very few except Muslims and again very few at that time

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C
C

Thank you guys for putting the time stamps back on the videos here in the comment section. Much is appreciated. :)

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Stephanie Schoonmaker
Stephanie Schoonmaker

Vivek Krishnaa.B civil2016 I hadn’t even thought of that, even though I’m a huge fan of the story. I do like the sweater quite a bit more now though

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Nvi Warren
Nvi Warren

Thanks!!

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ToyCandyEggSurpriseZ
ToyCandyEggSurpriseZ

Hey everyone!

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That'sTerrorists, Bro!
That'sTerrorists, Bro!

In the span of 20 seconds (1:39) : "the lady journalist", note the qualifier there, gender is relevant information (otherwise he would not feel the need to point out that the journalist was a woman). Contrast that with "A very dear friend of mine was brutally raped" where he omits gender because it's not relevant then despite the fact that gender is very relevant in sexual assault. We highlight the information that is important and meaningful to us and downplay the information we either want to diminish or distance ourselves from. While he was talking about implicit bias and how that affects how we think and feel about race, implicit bias regarding gender was functioning. I think that is what struck me the most, he goes on to say that (2:40) "we all pretend that we're kind of politically correct ......you sometimes just scratch the surface .... and discover bigotry, and it's there". It is to us what water is to fishes, we very rarely ever acknowledge the social conditions within which we swim; and so they go unchallenged, uncriticised, and eventually seem natural and inevitable to us, destroying with it our future. I like that he called it out, it is as rare as it is necessary for me, to reach out through change towards the future.

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mynameisMicrowav
mynameisMicrowav

As far as as the last story goes when it comes to Virginias crisis; I agree with you that we're looking at two separate cases, but I disagree with the two cases be separated into blackface and sexual assult. The two cases, and a common theme in this whole episode, are those who choose to admit and grow away from their pasts, whether undereducated, driven by anger or otherwise, and those who steadfastedly refuse to let their growth be known. We know for a fact that Liam neeson will never be conceived as racist apart from this, because until he expressed that he once had those feelings. (Though I personally believe that those feelings were tied to black people in the same way that if his dear friend expressed that the person who assulted them had blonde hair) Liam had done NOTHING to lead people to believe that he had racist tendencies in the slightest. And the same goes for the attorney general, though he was pressured by events around him. Change and learning should not be a point of incrimination.

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Beverly nocluze
Beverly nocluze

Clothing was wrong. Still wondering how it was in stores. Angry.

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jlypham
jlypham

People start somewhere. Then they grow (hopefully). And it's hard to describe this journey to others - so people should celebrate the courage to describe where you were, esp. if it's shameful to you now, vs. punish people for ever having been ignorant. We all started off ignorant in many ways.

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Maryl Sanz
Maryl Sanz

Terry Crews is an individual and he gets to say whatever he wants.

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malekmadek
malekmadek

Terry Crews has a lot of underlying transphobic and homophobic beliefs that I'm surprised more people haven't heard about recently. Just check his Twitter and Instagram lmao he literally brags about starting controversial conversations because he gets paid for every mention/interaction

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jobriq5
jobriq5

9:00 Not sure if I'd call that blackface or just plain ugly

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Olbohn
Olbohn

Everyone seems to be missing the elephant in the room here with the Liam Nelson incident. It wasn't hatred directed specifically against black people. *It was hatred directed against a person who committed a crime who happened to be described to be black.* Had that rapist been of Asian descent or Hispanic, would that make him a racist against those races? No, it does not.

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O. L. Laditan
O. L. Laditan

Rodriguez is wrong tho. I saw 12 years a slave

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Julian De La Calzada
Julian De La Calzada

"Antifa protest at berkeley" lmao

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hinata167
hinata167

Black history month started strong 💪

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Brian Cole
Brian Cole

It'll be nice when we on the left can learn not to actively and intentionally destroy each other. There are so many much more vile and dangerous enemies and we are surrounded by them, yet we continue to look within and try to purge our own. It has to stop.

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Silly Sally
Silly Sally

Black people are allowed to be upset. They are a very pained group of people who society has hurt.Jesus Christ. Why is this so hard to understand

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Armando Boensel
Armando Boensel

You and everyone watching know if the 3 men were Republicans the News coverage would be on going out relentless to the point of ridiculousness.

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Luc Grand
Luc Grand

Yea Liam Neeson isnt racist. It was a perfectly understandable reaction. A black man RAPED someone close to him. I've seen women and men swear for the opposite sex after a bad break up and usually associate their gender or race of an individual to the bad behaviour. It's actually logical, unfortunate but normal and he did catch himself and everyone is guilty of this and incredibly hypocritical.

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lycan2500 1
lycan2500 1

The Liam Neeson and Terry Crews situation is exactly why I detest Identity Politics. Might as well start using Scarlet Letters. Also, if the Dems don't stand down, they have 0 chance of winning the governorship next cycle. They should force their people to back out to have any chance of convincing their constituents in 2020. It would be dumb not to

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Kwoi In Hell
Kwoi In Hell

its funny cos white biches are hating on Liam...

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notsae66
notsae66

I can understand what Liam felt; that kind of rage isn't rational. Terry is also right; those feelings can be how a rational person becomes a supremacist. Liam didn't become a supremacist; instead of lingering on those feelings, acting on his hate, and making that hate part of himself, he let it go and moved on.

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Adeline Bishop
Adeline Bishop

Even though I do not want to be "The douche bag of the day"..... that kinda sounds like a cool thing to win.....just the title, not the meaning... ok I'll stop now

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laexdream
laexdream

Liam didn't do anything though. In the end, even though he "walked around black neighbourhoods" (which isn't a crime), thinking about getting accosted so he could kill someone, he didn't do anything? You can't condemn someone who never did anything. He never really even said a hateful speech, just saying that he regretted his vengeful and hateful thoughts, and that it wasn't a good idea. But in the end, did he attack anyone? No. And you shouldn't condemn someone for thoughts they had when they were young. He could have killed someone. But he didn't. And that's what counts. Anyone can have the ability and thought to kill someone. But it doesn't mean they actually do. If you condemn Liam for something like this, you might as well condemn yourself, since, really, have you never had a hateful, spiteful thought in your life, in which you wish for the destruction of something?

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Cain Barr
Cain Barr

So you're saying if someone goes up to my dad and calls him a N****r we should have a conversation about why thats wrong? No, i want to personally slash deep into every racist's throat in front of their family bc that's what they deserve. Any type of racist.

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A V
A V

I'm just about done with the news if it's only thinks that piss people off

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MKUltra
MKUltra

> tariq nasheed Wait isn't that that one guy who keeps a database of "white supremacists" where Philly D himself is on?

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matthew nelson
matthew nelson

he was looking to b attacked by a blackguy never was

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JA Shanks
JA Shanks

I am so glad I haven't been aware of this story. There are weeks that go by where I am avoiding the news for obvious reasons. I totally get where Liam Neeson was in his past, and like him, I learned how wrong that was. I applaud him for speaking up and saying how he woke up and stopped thinking that way. Terry Crews being pulled into this is crazy. I applaud him as well, but think it went sideways on him that is now spinning in the Internet vortex shit storm.

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Pineapples do not Belong on pizza
Pineapples do not Belong on pizza

Does no one realize that this Gucci product wasn’t supposed to be black face it was just supposed to be a pair of lips Because of Valentine’s Day which is in the month of February The same as Black history month I understand that it does look that way but I’m sure they had the best of intentions when making it

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Defhrone
Defhrone

my god the culture that you've cultivated. OMG sorry I did something 50 years ago that was fine then but wrong now. I grovel at your feet and ask for mercy as you decide weither I can keep my job or not.

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Defhrone
Defhrone

Asif I didn't love Terry Crews enough already

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Dustin Bannister
Dustin Bannister

I think that sweater thing makes you look like your going to be in a Tool music video.

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Josh Tep
Josh Tep

The problem that we MUST face is that there is alot of hurt, sorrow, and grief by African Americans. Which is all justified. Sure we have people like Terry Crews who is more open to Cancel culture but that doesn't mean that everyone will be. If we could put this topic onto a political spectrum, you will see that there are all kinds of voices. While Liam may be brave for coming forward, we must understand that his confession is not to glorify or give him merit. It's like hearing an Ex-Nazi speak. While I am still disgusted by Liam, I will always be more disgusted by the Trump supporters who followed him on the premise of Freedom of Racism.

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Louis Estrada
Louis Estrada

ANTIFA protest at 7 and a poetry slam at 9. The dreaded racist millennial, a parralel in annoyance to the p.c. millennial.😂

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Carroway Cantakerous Horse
Carroway Cantakerous Horse

People, of both political spectrums, are always gonna pick and choose to be outraged about what they disagree with. It's what we do and have always done, we're argumentative at the roots.

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John Jersey
John Jersey

This whole going back decades to find the stupid shit people have done is ridiculous. I’m pretty sure everyone has done something incredibly stupid and insensitive in their lifetime, most likely when they were young, and well, stupid... I sure know I have and cringe at the memories. Frankly, for me, those are the memories that stick clear as day and I can literally still blush at my own behavior in those memories. I think that’s on purpose, it’s a mechanism of learning. There’s sayings I’ve heard all of my life, “learn from your mistakes” and “the definition of insanity is to repeat the same mistakes expecting a different outcome” among others that revolve around leaning from misbehaviors of your past. For me it all boils down to we are dumb asses when we are young, we do stupid stuff we are called out on by the people around us and learn from it and if we don’t, then we’re probably going to have a hard time of it through life. It takes some serious guts to own up to your own abhorrent behavior, ESPECIALLY TODAY! So I applaud both Liam and Terry for his rational, thoughtful take on it. Terry is right after all and anyone that looks at their own learning curve and watches Liam’s entire interview would know that. That is unless they are still prone to doing that stupid shit I’ve been talking about.

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Oma Rumunna
Oma Rumunna

As a black person I do not care about Liam. I do not hate him, I am not impressed... I. Do. Not. CARE! Lol. Michelle Rodriguez is adorable but not intelligent. LOVE TERRY CREWS! I have and always will.

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Allyson Mack
Allyson Mack

Liam neeson is a good man

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Kush949
Kush949

Liam should've asked her about the investigation on her homophobic blogs✌

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Jeffery Wells
Jeffery Wells

Says something clearly anti-racism. Gets called racist. What a world.

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Reddit Guy
Reddit Guy

In the movie Shawshank Redemption Morgan Freemans character is seen imprisoned for a violent crime he committed as a young man. He goes before a parole board and basically tells them that he regrets his past and his past self but to stop wasting his time with these hearings if they can't believe people learn and change. He is subsequently released on parole. I would wager that most people who watch that movie are rooting for him, a convicted killer, at the end of the movie. We are not our past. I was raised by a racist southern baptist man who thought himself a preacher. He taught me many bad things, instilled in me several bad behaviors/beliefs, and it was not until I had a Jamaican platoon sergeant in the Army that I truly began to change as a person. I had homosexual friends in the Army thay did not reveal this fact to me, a straight evangelical man, until don't ask don't tell was repealed. They remained my friends despite me voicing my aversion to homosexuality, and instead of ostracizing me they taught me. Over the course of a decade I have become an entirely different person. That's how growth works. I didn't come out of the womb woke and tolerant of others. I had to undo years of indoctrination and prejudices that were beaten into me since birth. Anyone who is unable to accept that people change need to take a long hard look in the mirror and ask themselves if they're the same people they were 5, 10, or 40 years ago. We can not demonize people for mistakes in their past and expect any kind of progress to be made in society. You have to allow the confession of sins to take place before someone can work to make amends for them. Holding someone to account for something that happened 40 years ago that they already know was wrong, is a fruitless exercise in outrage culture.

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Val White
Val White

Thank God for Phillip Defranco and his level-headed viewpoint. 😊

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Sir Turtle
Sir Turtle

Taking trolls serious just to make content. It's going to be funny when youtube gets demonitized. People like you will have to devolop your own opinions and a real skill. Enjoy free ride while its there and id suggest you start saving.

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Wikickid
Wikickid

Why get angry at Terry Cruise? He described the situation perfectly.

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Katherine Smith
Katherine Smith

Honestly I agree with Terry Crews on the Liam Neeson thing. Liam Neeson had a choice 40 years ago, and he could have caused harm to a random person. According to his story, he didn’t act on that rage. I don’t agree with the motivations behind the actions, and I’m not defending what he did do.

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Whi te
Whi te

With the current political correctness climate, it really blows my mind how people and companies continue to do things like this. I don’t find any of those things racist, but come on. You have to know by looking/saying those things that it’ll cause outrage.

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JamesLinton17
JamesLinton17

i think the biggest takeaway from the Liam Neeson story is how he openly confessed. Nobody forced him, the story wasnt leaked, he openly admitted it. He has apologised and has admitted his own abhorrence of his actions. At the end of the day, his friend was raped which will never incite the most logical of actions. I am not condoning Liam's past behaviour, but I think it is good how he has confessed.

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Tamara Thomas
Tamara Thomas

Liam acted on his racism, that’s what makes it different. He didn’t just think it. This racism has killed people historically and kills people now. It’s not to be looked over. It’s too be acknowledged.

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C A
C A

Someone please write the illuminati to delete twitter.

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Scott Wilhelms
Scott Wilhelms

Liam willingly put himself out there and while the actions and mindset he described are a horrible example for humanity it was honest and a point that lead to growth. If we're going to start giving pass fail grades based on specific moments of an individual's life instead of the entire collection then humanity is fucked for we are ALL imperfect. Don't set a standard for others you yourself could never reach without delusion. If you ignore understanding and perspective one can twist anyone's life towards the irredeemable. My question to Liam is had the rapist been white would his response have been equal? I believe in true equality which means the spectrums of sinner to saint and angel to asshole are open to all regardless of color.

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Jose Obando
Jose Obando

Some act as if they have never thought anything bad about something or someone. Specially in internet, people are saints, pure beings entitled to crucify anyone who think different than they do. And for someone who reads a lotta novels, books online where people leave comments... you would be surprised how much people misread(read what they want to read) or dont understand(understand what they want). So Terry Crews is spot on with the "reading comprehesion is important in schools" and finally only in united states people get jumpy when someone says "black" or the n word etc, in other countries and/or languages, we can use the same word without being racist and without people being offended.

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Carson Hoy
Carson Hoy

The dude possibly stepping down for something he thinks will be dug up on him from his past (which it probably would have) is bonkers, man. This is what it is right now

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ZenPhilosopher123
ZenPhilosopher123

I thought the Gucci sweater was just really really ugly. Only when they pointed it out, did I realize the blackface argument.

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Stephanie Dylan
Stephanie Dylan

I feel as though we are continually heading to a more ignorant future. People are now more focused on getting a rise out of others for more meme content rather the truth and growth. The public punishes people weather an individual has grown or stayed the same or hasn't done anything at all.

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Facts
Facts

White people will never understand this because they have never been hunted in the past like other races have...when black people hear what Liam said it tends to hurt their souls because they think about things like police violence, lynching, and civil rights movement etc...the things that white people have NEVER had to go through..please white people stop telling black people how to feel about racist comments because you guys will never get...look at your past and show me time in America where you guys were inferior to the other races

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Donovan Lewis
Donovan Lewis

🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂😂😂

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Sam Sam
Sam Sam

IS THIS GUY TALKING OR HIS BODY PARST?? 😂😂😃😁

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ninjacowboy
ninjacowboy

18:05 Great line!

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XR-Phoenix
XR-Phoenix

I just dont understand why people cant comprehend the concept of change. Every single human being has done something bad. Something they regret, and most learn from it and better themselves. So why are those same people so quick to judge others for the same thing

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Alex Wood
Alex Wood

Good god, the urge to delete my social media just got stronger after the first story. 😖 Edit: nm, all the stories have.

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Strikerage
Strikerage

There are about 100,000 people out of 350 million Americans, that happen to have computers where they are spewing outrage over non-issues. And the other 349,900,000 Americans have to deal with them controlling our media. I don't flipping get it.

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Tri Xdios
Tri Xdios

So what I'm understanding now, is that here in 2019 we are supposed to hate and talk shit about people who are trying to better themselves?

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Andrew Cowan
Andrew Cowan

Why do we constantly apply morality to companies? Gucci sells weird clothes, Adidas sells trainers it ain’t that deep

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Jayden Hutchinson
Jayden Hutchinson

As a black person whose always tired of hearing day after day of another black person being killed randomly by cops, I just don’t find that what Liam said was appropriate. It’s kind of scary to me that a white person that you may know had these kind of thoughts, and I’m sorry but I just dont want to hear them. What did you expect, people to pat you on the back, congratulating that you changed? Lol no. Some thoughts you keep to yourself; simple as that. Of course not everyone is perfect, but there is a difference between “yeah I used to be kinda racist I fixed that” to “yeah I once tried to find any black man I could and planned to kill them, but I fixed that uwu”. Racism has always been inherently violent, but fucking hell ive never heard a statement like his before in a long ass time. Nor can I look at him without feeling uncomfortable. Yeah, I used to be one of those coons who defended what he did, and said he was “honest for opening up to his mistakes”, but now that a week has gone by, and I think more about it, the more I have gone over it in my head and that is: this aint it chief

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zack trever
zack trever

I'm a black dude, Leave Liam alone. He revealed a real personal anecdote, trying to build a teachable moment. Big up to Liam. Edit: Terry is following a message of forgiveness and redemption. What the fuck is wrong with that?!? People are fucked

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Barbarian Islander
Barbarian Islander

In Northern Ireland at the time, you were your tribe. In the eyes of others, you were your religion more than you were yourself. During the period Liam Neeson grew up in, loyalists 'took revenge' for bombs and murders committed by the 'nationalists' while the IRA did the same to the 'unionists', even though most were civilians with nothing to do with the violence other than being Irish or a unionist. That was the norm, blaming an entire people for the crimes of the few. That was the mind set of a lot of people, I'd almost say it was the culture at the time. What should have been ordinary people were doing horrible things.

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LuCinda DiIoli
LuCinda DiIoli

As for the Lt. Governor and the assault charges or actually not about the charges but more what I would have when I was in a like sotuation. I had man shoved my head towards his crotch with his exposed penis being shoved in my mouth without my consent - and like her was in a situation that had nothing to do with even a situation where flirting had been involved - I could not get enough room to bring my fist between his legs as hard as possible, so, I bit down hard. Believe me it gets your point across and enough pain there tends to make a man let go of you. He is usually in enough shock you can get away from him. Forced oral sex is a dangerous act for man to try. Nothing harder to deny than teeth marks. Superior of mine or not, no job is worth sexual assault. Bear in mind I am talking definite assualt. It is not a game, a woman should use it when there is no other option. I may be criticized, but, being barely 5' and taught to first try to leave the situation, and take the least violent ways out of things. But, when all options run out then your best weapons are your limbs and teeth. If you cannot stop what is happening, leave plenty of marks and as much of there DNA under your fingernails as possible. Leave them unidentifiable. Anyway, just something for men thinking, especially with oral sex it's a he said/she said and women that once they have you in that position you just have to endure to think about. If you can't take flight -fight!

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LF F
LF F

liberals would be madder, but GOP politicians get accused of assault all the time and stay in good political standing so :///

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Noah Varias
Noah Varias

Lol that’s my governor

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Titanium Green
Titanium Green

You don't see any backlash against black hate groups (naacp, black panthers etc) for the RACIST things they say.. but because liam is white he's getting bombed for it..and screw you racist crews..

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Gonçalo Correia
Gonçalo Correia

Holy shit first time in my feed since like November, actually thought you were on vacations, the hell is this, used to watch everyday

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Tee Lee
Tee Lee

People are so busy looking for things to be offended by, that they aren't even worried anymore about what's actually bad and good anymore. Everything bad. Those that are perpetually offended don't even see the hate in their own hearts. It must be terribly sad to live in such a perpetual state and not know the deterioration of their own soul. "You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother's eye." Matthew 7:5, not to mention he who is without sin cast the first stone. Those who complain about even the most benign of things and try to equate them with the blackface of yesteryear are quick to anger and judge. They need to work on their own sins and quit watching out for the perceived sins of others.

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XDSDDLord
XDSDDLord

Much respect to Liam. Doesn't matter what ethnicity you are, if you never even so much as thought a racist thought, you're a liar.

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Nick Stephenson
Nick Stephenson

As I will never support democrats, or most Republicans, I still do not get why bitches doing black face in the 80s or 90s is a big deal? Doing black face now, a lot of people get offended for some reason, thats cool. Doing Black face in the 80s and 90s? It was acceptable then! Why are people being crucified for doing something that was acceptable at the time? This is complete bullshit!

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Nick Stephenson
Nick Stephenson

It's also bullshit that democrats are given due process when republicans are suppose to get life in prison for the same offense. Fairfax VS. Kavanaugh!!

2 mánuðum síðan
Katie M
Katie M

they should all step down. just because they are democrats should and cannot ever justify bigotry and sexual assault.

2 mánuðum síðan
James Scalzo
James Scalzo

I don't get it, I want to beat half the people I meet to death but you say this is wrong? Please, tell me more. Because I must grow as a person in a way others recognize so I can feel accepted and successfully ignore all the horrible shit going on around me in favor of a saccharine facade.

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Aiphiae
Aiphiae

As a slightly older person (Gen X) I cannot begin to express to you younger people how absolutely backwards and destructive this era of identity politics you're having to suffer through. Look at these stories - they're *absurd.* People are going into apoplectics over *nothing* and vilifying decent people for having the "audacity" to decide not to pile on someone else and look for the positives in the story they shared, recognizing their growth as a person. And white shoes? Seriously? I'm black, I *love* white shoes - how is it not racist for others (probably white kids) to decide what the hell I might want to wear for me? Honestly, this crap is ridiculous!

2 mánuðum síðan
sbowesuk
sbowesuk

The Liam Neeson situation reaffirms yet again that we live in a culture which demands extreme love/hate reactions to things. You end up with two competing polar mobs, both with a mentality of "if you're not with us, you're against us". This is why objective reasoning which falls in the middle is not tolerated. This is the exact same extreme mob mentality that saw innocent people turned at the stake a thousand years ago. We really haven't changed much at all.

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LeftySkillz
LeftySkillz

Welcome to earth. You're not allowed to learn from your mistakes and discussions are replaced with defamation. We have coddled ourselves with sensitivity so much that we can't even forgive people for things they regret.

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Daniel Rodriguez
Daniel Rodriguez

I like how daft people are, including the interviewer he spoke to. Liam didn't go picking people of the streets, he roamed the streets hoping someone would assault him, so he could defend himself and unleash that rage. If Liam had killed someone back then, it wouldnt have been an innocent man, innocent of raping his friend ? Yes more than likely, but not innocent of assault and attempted robbery. Same people that are upset about this are the ones that call racism for someone killing a home invader.

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Abbie Ellinger
Abbie Ellinger

The whole Gucci face mask is literally people just grasping for something. Go to any place that sells winter/hunting apparel they have black face masks for warmth! Smh

2 mánuðum síðan
Alexandra Strevens
Alexandra Strevens

You know what I find so concerning in politics is this idea that politics is a battleground to govern, there are 'winners', 'losers', devastating blows to the opposition, this idea that in our own countries there are people who rather than wanting to be there to improve the country, are fighting for seats, for power. Its like people are forgotten that the idea of a government is to basically keep the country at peace and try and improve its ecosystem, but instead its a fight to ultimately win, to be king/queen of the hill. It's why everything is so divisive because its not about co-operating its a verbal boxing match... I don't care what side you're on because frankly its just tiring... Is it naive to think that people should just work together no matter the party?

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LOST TECH
LOST TECH

Being woke means you stop staring at a screen and live if you stare at a screen on a regular basis your not that smart science fact

2 mánuðum síðan
Kevin Veliz
Kevin Veliz

Oh yeah if they were republicans it would be a totally different up roar, porters in the streets, news coverage 24/7

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Simon Howes
Simon Howes

With regards to the situation in Virginia, clearly the three politicians involved have these skeletons in their closet, and may or may not deserve to be defended depending on your beliefs/opinions. However to me, the bigger question is why is this all coming out now? Does it not seem the slightest bit suspicious that all these stories surface in quick succession with the same media organisation having a hand in all of the stories, and the possible (likely?) benefit to the Republicans if all three men find their positions untenable?

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Krazyfart UwU
Krazyfart UwU

Dude that sweater is worth 3 times what it was to begin with lol ppl love banned items

2 mánuðum síðan
Dennis Chenier
Dennis Chenier

Is it me or is it only Democrats with a shady past expected to resign? When Republicans do the exact same thing or worse they're defended. I find the Right to be extremely hypocritical in this department.

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imagetheory
imagetheory

Philip, at 14:36, you read out every sentence on the screen except for - "I am a proud Democrat", which was in the middle of the parts that you did read out loud. Why did you skip she proclamation stating that she is a 'proud Democrat'? Just curious.

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Tim Hitch
Tim Hitch

Come on people this is just ridiculous, Liam is being demonized for talking about something bad he experienced and he was opening up to talk about a role he is playing...Yes it was horrible but can anyone maybe stop trying to analyze everyone's past for negative stereotypes that should not define a person in the present. I'm dissgusted at how Liam's comments are now a male witch hunt on Terry Crews.....disgusting.

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candy863girl
candy863girl

It still shows Phil that u were a racist ( still might be) u ALWAYS defend something racist

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MPT
MPT

Alex Jones got cancelled, still missing him.

2 mánuðum síðan
Buckie Smalls
Buckie Smalls

….Yeah he forced himself into her mouth.. LOL. No gun, weapon or kids being threatened... And the bite force is one of the strongest of humans. You didn't use it? Using those jaws now, 15 years later. #MeToo "PoundMetoo"

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Aniv Khawaunju
Aniv Khawaunju

This twitter cancel culture is so so toxic. I wanna find these users and expose them for every single thing they did

2 mánuðum síðan
Kori West
Kori West

Seriously, shoe color now is related to race? WTF is wrong with people??

2 mánuðum síðan
Aniv Khawaunju
Aniv Khawaunju

I'mma say this rn, liam Neesons new movie is super funny in a dark way. It's awesome. Go watch it y'all

2 mánuðum síðan
Vilmos
Vilmos

Hey long time fan here, I just wanted to ask how is that 3rd party journalist thing coming up about that certain comapany?

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Jesse Bogdonoff
Jesse Bogdonoff

I am black the Liam Neeson thing was shitty, but we all have shitty thoughts and actions, this was 40 years ago people. Nobody got hurt, and he' realizes how fucked up it was. That is more than a lot of people who have made mistakes can say.

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Kohana Moonwater
Kohana Moonwater

The vast majority of people, it seems, don't want to have a true, honest, and meaningful conversation. They want to be shocked, outraged, and jump on the victim wagon. They want to look good championing a cause, the little guy, but any real effort to dig deeper and actually listen or learn the truth is more effort than they want or are willing to put in.

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Gomisky Finn
Gomisky Finn

Apparently the fact is forgotten that the man was trying to hunt a random black man for ONE WEEK or so!

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Faithfully Hopeful
Faithfully Hopeful

.Oh Gucci...no honey no.

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J. Sarma
J. Sarma

It's one thing to disagree with or be offended by something a person says/said or does/did, and then use that as a springboard for discussion and education about the issues brought up, but it's just plain disgusting to instead use it as leverage to destroy that person's reputation, career, and life. It seems the line between average Twitter-user and nasty troll is constantly blurred, and it's unfortunate and disturbing. I believe we can be and we are better than this.

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J S
J S

are you even allowed to talk about the left if you are not praising them or talk about their "scandals" wont your SJW leftist police come and destroy your life for being a racist white male against their agenda? I mean the way you came out with the racist remarks on those poor young Covington kids, virtue signal clan and what not, fucking loser phillip you lost so much respect for being such a fucking piece of shit. quit pretending like you are providing a service lol,

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