Monday, October 31, 2011
Herman Cain demonstrates the gesture that he believes has landed him in hot water to Greta Van Susteren.
Here are Gotcha Media's favorite links from around the web today.
Occupy Wall Street embraces Halloween. [Gothamist] It's appropriate that Jon Stewart will be the first guest on Brian Williams' new comedy show. [Huffington Post] A Dave Chappelle/Chris Rock bill would be the Watch the Throne of stand-up tours. [LaughSpin] An east vs. west turf war is apparently developing within Zuccotti Park. [NY Daily News] Mitt Romney continues his right-ward shifting flip-flop on climate change. [Slate] Check out this scary world population hitting 7 billion people graph. [Business Insider] Childish Gambino's new music video is appropriately Halloween-ish. [We All Want Someone]
Two of the stranger moments from Herman Cain's press conference this afternoon: joking about being accused of sexual harassment and singing an unrecognizable version of "Amazing Grace." UPDATE: Cain was actually signing the far more appropriate "He Looked Beyond My Fault."
Herman Cain admits to being "falsely accused," but nothing else.
"It is totally baseless, and totally false, never have I committed any sort of sexual harassment."
Rebel cigarette smoker Mark Block tells Chuck Todd that "Herman Cain never sexually harassed anyone, period, end of story."
Today's WTF Podcast is a live show at the Bell House from back in July. In this video preview, Seth Meyers talks about his college days and getting cast on SNL. The episode also features the very funny Gabe Liedman of Bestie X Bestie fame. [Listen to Episode 223]