Mike Francesa on Harambe the Gorilla’s Protesters: ‘What’s Wrong With You People?’

New York City’s sports talk radio host Mike Francesa delivered a rant today on his show against protesters of the killing of 400-pound Harambe the gorilla, who was shot dead Saturday after a 4-year-old boy fell into the Cincinnati Zoo exhibit. Francesa ripped into protesters who are upset the zoo killed Harambe after he dragged the boy across the exhibit, leaving him hospitalized with serious injuries. “Could you imagine if that was your child in there?” Francesa said. “You’re gonna have people who are gonna say, ‘Wait a second, I’m worried about the gorilla,’ when your kid’s in there basically maybe seconds from having his head crushed?” “We live in a world now where you are gonna be more concerned with a gorilla than you are the little boy? What’s wrong with you people?” he later added. Follow Trent Baker on Twitter @MagnifiTrent
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Bloomberg’s Halperin: Kristol Third-Party Candidate is National Review’s David French

Tuesday on Bloomberg TV’s “With All Due Respect,” co-host Mark Halperin revealed the third-party candidate being teased by Weekly Standard editor Bill Kristol is the National Review’s David French. French and Kristol declined to offer comment to Halperin and his co-host John Heilemann, but Halperin offered a brief biography of French. “[E]verybody wants to know who is the independent candidate who Bill Kristol has been touting?” Halperin said in the opening of his the show. “According to our sources, we can report that the man being eyed by Kristol is a conservative writer and Iraqi were veteran named David French. You may not have heard of him. We hadn’t either. The big guessing game had been going on since Kristol tweeted this weekend that he had a candidate in mind that he said would be a strong candidate. John [Heilemann] and I both talked to Kristol and French. Both of them declined to comment. But here’s what we know — French is a staff writer for the National Review. He lives in Tennessee with his wife and three kids. We reached him tonight. He was traveling. He declined to comment, but two Republican sources who are intimately familiar with what Kristol has in mind
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