On the latest episode of The Trews, British comedian and social activist Russell Brand responded to Fox News’ coverage of the grand jury’s decision not to indict Darren Wilson and the protests that followed.
He was suspended because he violated city rules by not seeking and receiving approval to publish the book, in which he compares homosexuality to bestiality and proclaims that his top priority as head of the fire department was “to cultivate its culture to the glory of God.”
“I’m pretty p—– off. That’s a pretty insensitive thing to say,” said Marlene Heyning, 19, to the Times. “Instead of teaching people that it’s wrong to have casual sex and drink alcohol, how about teaching them that having sex with someone who says ‘no’ is not okay?”