Moment of Silence
Welcome to your Monday! By now pretty much everyone has heard one way or another about the terrorist attacks in Paris. But here's some happenings in the sports, entertainment and political world you may not have known.
Someone yelled "Muslims suck!" during a moment of silence before the Green Bay Packers game yesterday. And quarterback Aaron Rodgers called the guy out at a post-game press conference.
Another fan did the same thing before the Cardinals/Seahawks game, and a fan yelled "ISIS sucks!" during the moment of silence before the Giants / Patriots game.
CBS had to pull two prime time shows scheduled for tonight. "Supergirl and "NCIS: Los Angeles" were yanked because they were about terrorism.
Geraldo Rivera's daughter was at the soccer stadium that was attacked. She escaped unharmed.
Dan Kimmel, who's running for the Minnesota state House of Representatives as a Democrat, tweeted, quote, "ISIS isn't necessarily evil. It is made up of people doing what they think is best for their community. Violence is not the answer though." Needless to say, he has pulled his campaign and is not running for the position.