Thursday Update: Titleist Bans ‘Let’s Go Brandon,’ Karlie Kloss Complains About Being Related to Trump, “The Office” Star Wonders Why the Unvaxxed are So Angry at The Government

By Erik Drost - Karlie Kloss, CC BY 2.0,

We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate. 

 Here’s what happened today:


Golf brand Titleist banned the “F–k Joe Biden” alternative “Let’s Go Brandon,” from being printed on their golf balls.

The company allows customers to customize their putting experience with personalized golf balls, but when users tried to include the cheeky phrase they got the following response: “Sorry, one or more of the words you have chosen cannot be used. Please see our Terms and Conditions to learn more about what we will imprint.”

Titleist terms say they can reject orders that are “inconsistent with our company values or brand identity.” 

Apparently “Let’s Go Brandon” falls under one the these categories: “Negative in nature, advocate violence or illegal activity, or are slurs, hateful, threatening, libelous, defamatory, vulgar, obscene or pornographic.”


Back In The Swing Of Things

Tiger Woods, who shattered his right leg in a horrific car crash ten months ago, announced his return to the green in an upcoming tournament with his 12-year-old son, Charlie.

“Although it’s been a long and challenging year, I am very excited to close it out by competing in the [PNC Championship] with my son Charlie,” Woods tweeted on Wednesday. “I’m playing as a Dad and couldn’t be more excited and proud.”

Last week he said he would never be a full-time PGA golfer, due to his injury, but planned to selectively choose tournaments to participate in.  

“I don’t foresee this leg ever being what it used to be, hence I’ll never have the back what it used to be, and [the] clock’s ticking,” he remarked

“I’m getting older, I’m not getting any younger. All that combined means that a full schedule and a full practice schedule and the recovery that it would take to do that, no, I don’t have any desire to do that.”


You Asked

“The Office” star Rainn Wilson, who played Dwight Schrute on the NBC hit, put a query out to social media, and got more than he bargained for in response. 

“People who refuse to get vaccinated seem to be the angriest that the government hasn’t ‘fixed’ or ‘stopped’ the virus by now. Please explain,” Wilson tweeted.

“The only angry ones are vaxxed screaming that the unvaxxed should be removed from the civil society,” one person responded

“Wrong. We’re pissed about government overreach, Champ,” another shot back.

“I’m not angry at the government because it hasn’t stopped Covid,” someone tweeted. “The government cannot stop Covid & I don’t expect them to. I’m pissed with the government for trampling people’s rights for almost 2 years.” 



Liberal model Karlie Kloss, who is married to Josh Kushner, complained about being related to Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump in a recent interview.

“I’ve had to grow really thick skin as it relates to [being] impacted by other people’s opinions,” Kloss bemoaned. “Whether they love me or they hate me—because I’ve experienced all of it. I’ve learned to stay away from the comments section.”

The cover girl, who campaigned for Hillary Clinton in 2016 and proudly voted for Joe Biden in 2020, complained that she receives so much hate on both sides of the aisle, that she can only “try and…speak out on things that I am authentically passionate about. I live my life and try to show my values through my actions.”



NBA players that don’t get the COVID jab will be unable to travel to Canada to play games against the Toronto Raptors, according to a report. 

“Sources: Beginning Jan. 15, any NBA player who is not fully vaccinated will be unable to enter Canada to play games in Toronto,” NBA Insider Shams Charania tweeted Tuesday. “Canadian government will require all individuals entering Canada to be fully vaccinated.”

Players that are unable to travel to the country will be docked pay and potentially fined or suspended, in accordance with NBA rules.   

“Any player who elects not to comply with local vaccination mandates will not be paid for games that he misses,” NBA spokesman Mike Bass said in September, despite the league not mandating the vaccine internally. 



Scott Peterson, who was sentenced to death nearly 17 years ago for murdering his wife Laci, and thier unborn child Connor, was resentenced to life in prison without parole on Wednesday.

The California Supreme Court overruled his death sentence in 2020, over allegations of juror misconduct during his original trial. 

“No matter what happens, there are two things that will never change: Laci and Conner will always be dead, and you will always be their murderer,” Laci’s mother Sharon Rocha said at the sentencing.

Prosecutors said that Peterson killed Laci and dumped her into the San Francisco Bay on Christmas Eve. Her pregnant body was found on shore in April of 2003.

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