In this clip, we discuss Big Boi and Travis Scott joining the Super Bowl Halftime show but Arizona Verse continues to boycott the Super Bowl. Continue reading Are You Watching the Super Bowl?
In this clip, we discuss Ed Buck having the 2nd African American male found dead of an overdoes in his house. Was this a case of PNP going wrong or is there something more devious a foot. Continue reading Oops! I Did It Again
In this clip, we discuss the longest Government Shutdown ending after 35 days. Was Trump’s intentions true or was it his latest distraction as Roger Stone was arrested as part of the Mueller Investigation. Continue reading Arresting the Stone
In this clip, we discuss Trump shutting down the government over US citizens not wanting to pay for the wall, Tim Ryan reminds everyone how he won stating that Mexico was going to pay for it and Fox and Friends appear to start turning on the Trump Administration. No End In Sight To Shutdown As Senate Goes Home For Christmas #NPR #ArizonaSoulArticleshttps://t.co/FgDU2XyX5J — Verse & … Continue reading Trump Shutdown
In this clip, we discuss it being reported that Ivanka Trump was doing government work from her personal email. Trump said this is completely different than when Hilary did the same because you know differences. Donald Trump also stated he has no ties with Saudi Arabi but video clips of Trump speeches say otherwise. Continue reading Ivanka Emails, Trump Saudi Ties, Oh My
In this clip, we discuss the fall out of Donald Trump pulling CNN’s Jim Acosta’s press pass. Fox News felt Trump crossed the line and let it be known the would sue the White House along with CNN if they started to weaponize press passes. Continue reading Fox Helps CNN
In this clip, we discuss a recent tweet Washington Post reporter Erica Werner when she shared a picture of the House Republicans-elect and the House Democrats-elect and the difference in variety is glaring. While reading the comment section several Right Wing supporters felt this only proved how racist the Left truly was. Continue reading Diversity Elects