Jesse Watters: Problems are starting to pile up for Democrats

Search for missing person in water at Bear Creek Lake Park becomes recovery effort.

A person apparently drowned Saturday at Bear Creek Lake Park and emergency responders are working to recover the body.

The West Metro Fire Protection District dive team carried out underwater, sonar, and drone searches in rescue efforts that later turned into a recovery mission, the fire department said on Twitter.

The 2,624-acre park in southwest Lakewood is popular with boaters, paddle boarders and swimmers. The Jefferson County Coroner’s Office will determine the cause and manner of the victim’s death.

Luka Doncic, Mavericks rally past Kawhi Leonard, Clippers to steal Game 1

LOS ANGELES — The NBA playoffs just began, which means the Los Angeles Clippers are struggling once again.

The Dallas Mavericks beat the Clippers 113-103 in Game 1 of their first-round series on Saturday at Staples Center. This happened less than a year after the Clippers failed to advance past the second round after squandering a 3-1 series lead to the Denver Nuggets.

Mavericks guard Luka Doncic finished with 31 points while shooting 11-of-24 from the field and 5-of-11 from 3-point range. He also pulled down 10 rebounds and dished out 11 assists to record the triple-double. Clippers star Kawhi Leonard countered with 26 points on 9-of-22 shooting. But it wasn't enough. Paul George added 23 points, but he missed his first seven shots.

Game 2 is on Tuesday at Staples Center. 

Watch Live: Disney chairman Bob Iger gives commencement speech to UT Austin graduates

Bob Iger, chairman and former CEO of The Walt Disney Company, is set to deliver the commencement address at The University of Texas at Austin on Saturday.

"Bob Iger's stellar career and visionary leadership have the capacity to inspire and teach us all," Jay Hartzell, president of The University for Texas at Austin said in a press release.

Iger served as CEO at Disney for 15 years before stepping down in February of 2020. During his tenure, Iger was instrumental in turning Disney into a media powerhouse with several key acquisitions, including Pixar, Marvel and 21st Century Fox.

Despite amassing a fortune (that Forbes estimates is worth about $690 million) Iger, 70, wasn't always part of the 1%; he had to start at the bottom, according to his book, "The Ride of a Lifetime."

Iger last visited The University of Texas when he spoke at the university's VIP Distinguished Speaker Series in 2018, the release said.

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The GOAT is back. Simone Biles’ GOAT leotard, that is


Competing for the first time in 587 days at the U.S. Classic on Saturday night, Simone Biles marked the occasion by wearing a leotard with a goat on the back. A goat head to be exact, outlined in rhinestones.

It’s the second time Biles has worn a goat leo. She also wore it for podium training at the national championships in 2019.

“There should be times where we can celebrate whenever we do a good routine. Or if you’ve been on a winning streak for a year. Or so forth,” Biles said then. “I think it’s something you should have pride in. Not be cocky about it, but have pride in it.”

PGA Championship final round tee times for Sunday, featured groups, TV and streaming info

Can Phil Mickelson make history? 

That is the question on everybody's mind as the final round of the 2021 PGA Championship kicks off Sunday.  

A five-time major champion, the 50-year-old Mickelson is aiming to become the oldest player to ever win a major. He leads the tournament by one shot at 7 under after shooting a 2-under 70 on Saturday.  

Sealing the deal won't be easy for "Lefty," though. 

Four-time major winner Brooks Koepka — winner of the PGA Championship in both 2018 and 2019 — is hot on his heels and one shot behind him is Louis Oosthuizen, himself a former major winner. 

Jesse Watters: Problems are starting to pile up for Democrats

Jesse Watters: We got problems America

‘Watters’ World’ host examines Democrat-created issues facing the country

“Watters’ World” host Jesse Watters slammed Democrats Saturday saying that problems are “starting to pile up,” and they’re doing nothing to fix them.

JESSE WATTERS: The only thing Democrats are good at is attacking us. They’re actually great at it. It’s honestly all they do. Instead of attacking problems, they attack us. Because to them, we’re the biggest problem. But the real problems are starting to pile up. The media doesn’t cover them, because we didn’t cause them. And once we point it out and try fixing it, we get attacked. We try to get kids back in the classroom, the teachers tell us we’re a White supremacist. 

So after a year of our children falling behind in school, what does Biden do? He sent every school extra tutors and computers. Of course he didn’t. That would make too much sense. Instead, Joe Biden OK’d schools teaching critical race theory, which means if you’re White you’re racist, and if you’re Black you’re oppressed by White racists. I’d rather go back to remote learning.