In the latest high-profile spat between a pro-gun advocate and outspoken CNN host Piers Morgan, Breitbart.com’s editor-at-large Ben Shapiro called the Brit a “bully” who is “standing on the graves of the children of Sandy Hook.”
For more than a decade, "Top Gear's" bombastic host Jeremy Clarkson and controversial TV personality Piers Morgan have been engaged in a brutal and entertaining feud. Clarkson is currently awaiting a judgment about his future – he got into a "fracas" with a "Top Gear" producer, which the BBC is investigating. A decision over whether he will stay or go as a host is expected this week.
After over two years as host of "Piers Morgan Live" on CNN, Piers Morgan has officially left the building. “I was offered a new 2-year deal by CNN boss Jeff Zucker to host 40 big interview ‘specials,'” Morgan revealed to his 4.3 million Twitter followers on Tuesday. “But after considerable thought, I decided not to accept it – and to try pastures new.”
Shortly after spending 15 minutes ranting at CNN host Piers Morgan Monday night, conspiracy theorist and radio host Alex Jones recorded a 12-minute YouTube video that took his paranoia to new heights, suggesting New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg had hired either mafia or undercover cops posing as crackheads to kill him.
“If something happens to us, we’re killed by crackheads, it was the NYPD or mafia they hired. Period,” he told viewers. “If you don’t know Bloomberg is total mafia, you are not living on planet Earth.
Nearly 84,000 people want British CNN host Piers Morgan deported from the U.S. for calling a gun advocate stupid, but at least 6,000 would prefer he’d stay on American soil.
The reason? The UK doesn’t actually want him back — or so says a new petition posted to the White House e-petition website.