A man was caught on video repeatedly making the Nazi salute while on a plane in Liverpool, United Kingdom, before he was escorted off the plane, the Daily Mail reports. The man also reportedly made racist comments to passengers during the ordeal.
The plane had landed after a flight returning from Warsaw, Poland. In the video, the man, who is white, rants in a different language while making the salute multiple times. Most of his words were indiscernible, although he can be heard using the N-word at least once.
“Your job is to be a n****r,” he says pointing to one man, later saying, “We will always be better.”
Watch the video below, via the Daily Mail:
Stephen Colbert tries to dissect a bizarre conspiracy theory about Andrew Cuomo’s nipple ring
"Late Show" host Stephen Colbert unpacked the latest conspiracy theory from those bored Americans socially isolating in their homes.
This week, while wearing a white collared shirt with the disaster relief seal on it, Gov. Andrew Cuomo was photographed in a way that made people speculate about whether his nipples are pierced.
While the governor's office has denied the New York leader installed the barbell, it was a question Colbert felt was important to discuss.
"Ah-hah!" Colbert exclaimed. "A classic nipple mystery! Just like 'Man-boob on the Orient Express! or 'The Talented Mister Nippley!' I promise I'm not making this up. I kind of wish I was. But internet sleuths are examining this picture of Cuomo that appears to show an outline of something that may or may not be a nipple barbell."
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As The Intercept reported Wednesday, while the new coronavirus ravaged countries including China, Italy, and Iran in February and early March, U.S. manufacturers were sending large shipments of respirators, ventilators, and protective medical equipment to Germany, Belgium, and Japan.
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