Fox News Sued: Blonde Analyst Scottie Nell Hughes Now Claims House Negro Host Charles Payne RAPED Her

Charles Payne was recently reinstated at Fox News on the same day that white host Eric Bolling was terminated. My July post on the Payne-Hughes affair covered the original allegations and suspension of Payne.

What’s new is that the skanky adulteress Scottie Nell is accusing Charles Payne of raping her, whereas before he was merely pressuring her into adultery.

Daily Mail

Frequent Fox News guest Scottie Nell Hughes has claimed Fox Business host Charles Payne raped her in a shocking lawsuit.

The suit, filed in a New York district court on Monday, claims that in July 2013, Payne ‘pressured his way’ into Hughes’ hotel room before telling her ‘you know you want this’ and raping her.

DID SHE WANT IT?

After privately speaking to Fox lawyers about the supposed incident last year, the suit alleges, she was blackballed by the network, leading to her losing out on a job in the Trump administration.

And when she went public about the abuse, Fox released private emails between her and Payne in an effort to smear her name, the shock legal filing says.

Hughes, 37, has previously accused Payne, 56, of sexually harassing her and pressuring her into an ongoing relationship with the threat of taking away her appearances on Fox. Both are married.

But this is the first time the host – who presents Making Money with Charles Payne on Fox Business – has been accused of rape.

The suit, which was filed by attorneys Douglas H Wigdor, Jeanne M Christensen and Michael J Willemin, names Payne, Fox News and 21st Century Fox, among others, as defendants.

It alleges gender motivated violence, gender discrimination, retaliation and defamation.

It says that Payne and Hughes first started working together in April 2013, initially when he hosted Cavuto and then again as fellow panelists on Hannity.

It says that Payne offered to mentor Hughes in the months afterward, and that around July 9, Payne began pressuring her to give him her hotel room number over several hours.

She relented and agreed to a private conversation with him that night, the suit claims, but when he came to her room he began to sexually assault her, saying ‘You know you want this.’

Despite Hughes repeatedly telling Payne ‘no,’ he continued and she stopped fighting back, fearing ‘irreparable physical harm,’ the suit claims.

‘After he raped her, Payne disturbingly announced on his way out, “This changes things.”‘ the suit says.

In the years afterward, Payne then pressured her into maintaining an affair by citing other ‘relationships’ between male Fox hosts and female guests, and told her that as a woman she needed a man ‘to go to bat’ for her, the suit claims.

He also suggested that he might be able to get Hughes the coveted ‘contributor’ status at Fox, which would mean she would be paid for exclusive appearances rather than commenting for free, according to the suit.

She had worked as a contributor for CNN during the presidential election.

The lawsuit claims that Hughes tried to shut down the relationship repeatedly, but that Payne responded ‘angrily and violently’ with ‘profanity-laced tirades’.

The suit also claims that ‘on several occasions, when Payne was angry with her, he forcibly grabbed Ms Hughes in such a way that bruises were left on her arms.’

ADULTERERS WITH SPOUSES.

Payne has previously denied the claims of sexual harassment made by Hughes as ‘an ugly lie I vehemently deny to my core’.

When contacted about the new allegations, Payne’s lawyer, Jonathan Halpern of Foley & Lardner LLP, said in a statement: ‘My client Charles Payne vehemently denies any wrongdoing and will defend himself vigorously against this baseless complaint.

‘We are confident that when the evidence is presented in this case, Mr. Payne will be fully vindicated and these outrageous accusations against him will be confirmed as completely false.’

After Hughes finally called an end to the relationship with Payne in June 2015, the suit claims, Payne threatened to drop her from Fox altogether.

And when she remonstrated, it claims, former co-president Bill Shine took the side of Payne, whom he favored.

Her appearances on Fox dwindled and she was finally cut off in March 2016, allegedly after Payne’s wife complained to Shine about her husband’s relationship with Hughes.

That blacklisting led to her losing several potential roles in the Trump administration, after it found out she was ‘not bookable’ on Fox, the suit says.

Her booker was told by someone at another network that other channels were avoiding her because she ‘had an affair with someone at Fox and we were told not to book her.’

If I had the misfortune to be married to Scottie Nell, I’d dump the cheating mudshark.

Her story reeks of bullshit, but so does Payne’s. They’re both lying.

Fox needs to dump Payne at the same time that Scottie Nell’s hubby dumps her. Everybody in this story stinks, including Fox.

Negro Felon League’s Detroit Lions Cancel Season Tickets of Fan Using Taboo Word on Snapchat

Good news. The more the NFL goes politically correct and anti-white the more that white fans are likely to wake up and ignore the sport.

Fox News

The NFL’s Detroit Lions say they have canceled the season tickets of a fan who allegedly used a racial slur in a Snapchat post.

The post criticized an African-American couple for remaining seated during the playing of the national anthem at last weekend’s season-opening game against the Arizona Cardinals.

The Lions initially declined to comment on the matter, but confirmed for ESPN on Thursday that the fan would no longer be welcome at Ford Field.

Click on the Tweet to read the un-American comments defending the right of a business to punish you for having a personal opinion.

The next thing up is that your grocery store and your electric company will cut you off because you’re not a Negro worshiper.

The Snapchat post showed the seated couple and included a caption reading, “Ignorant n—–.” The post eventually made its way to Facebook.

After the post drew negative reactions, the man linked to the Snapchat account denied any involvement, Detroit’s FOX 2 reported.

“I didn’t post any pictures, any collages anything. … I don’t know where that even came from,” he said.

But he later changed his story and admitted to the post on Facebook before deleting his account, the Washington Times quoted other sources as saying. The Times identified the man as a business owner from Pontiac, Mich.

The woman in the photo later told FOX 2 that she was not happy with the caption used on the photograph.

“Everybody has an opinion. He probably could’ve stuck with ‘he wishes we would’ve stood’ and I would’ve been like, ‘OK.’ But to write that under our picture … no words,” she said.

As for her choice to remain seated during the natinal anthem, the woman said it was a response to lyrics in “The Star-Spangled Banner” that refer to the killing of self-emancipated slaves.

Typically, only the first stanza of Francis Scott Key’s song is sung prior to sporting events, but the complete song features three more stanzas. The third of four stanzas includes the lines, “No refuge could save the hireling and slave; From the terror of flight, or the gloom of the grave.”

Negros claim that the National Anthem of the United States is racist.

As we know, everything racist must go. The butt hurt Negro’s feeling MUST always come first.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Movie Star Bette Davis

Wikipedia

Ruth Elizabeth “Bette” Davis (April 5, 1908 – October 6, 1989) was an American actress of film, television, and theater. Regarded as one of the greatest actresses in Hollywood history,[2] she was noted for her willingness to play unsympathetic, sardonic characters and was reputed for her performances in a range of film genres, from contemporary crime melodramas to historical and period films and occasional comedies, although her greatest successes were her roles in romantic dramas.[3]

MSN

Davis’ biological daughter Barbara “B.D.” Hyman released her own damaging tale, “My Mother’s Keeper,” in 1985. It portrayed the actress as a ruthless bully who faked attempted suicides for sympathy.

Hyman released her story on Mother’s Day, just months after Davis underwent a mastectomy and suffered a stroke that nearly killed her.

Kathryn Sermak, who served as Davis’ personal assistant from 1979 until her death in 1989, told Fox News the publication left Davis so humiliated she didn’t want to live anymore.

“It was a huge betrayal,” said Sermak. “Miss D never got over it. Never. You don’t just get over something like that… But that doesn’t mean you stop loving the person. It was so horrible… Even with all of that, Miss D said, ‘She’s still my daughter.’ But it broke her heart forever. You don’t get over that.”

More here.

WITH DAUGHTER IN 1965.

Most Bizarre Political Commercial You’ve Ever Seen Makes Even Liberal Media Cringe

DEMOCRAT DAN HELMER IN TV AD.

Watch on Twitter or scroll down to watch on youtube. Democrat Dan Helmer better have another line of work ready because the odds are that he won’t be going to Congress.

Breitbart

Democrat Dan Helmer is running for Congress in Virginia’s 10th Congressional District, but if his first TV ad is any indication he will not be winning any karaoke awards or picking up many new voters. Even liberals are left cringing after a viewing.

The new ad features Dan Helmer, a veteran of the U.S. Army riding up on a motorcycle in sunglasses and a leather bomber jacket before entering a bar where opponent Rep. Barbara Comstock sits.

First-time candidate Helmer seems to hope that voters will see his military service as enough to turn moderate, establishment Republican Comstock out of her seat. He also seems to hope his karaoke commercial will seem “funny” to potential voters.

What happens next in the video is so annoying that even left-wing Slate calls it “the worst ad of 2018”

Slate isn’t alone. The Daily Beast also calls it “The Worst Congressional Campaign Ad Ever.”

“Whoever told House Democratic candidate Dan Helmer this ad was a great idea should reevaluate whether negative attention could be considered good attention,” the Daily Beast wrote.

Even Esquire magazine warns readers that it might be impossible to make it through the ad “without cringing.”

The negative reviews hang on Helmer’s horrible karaoke-styled parody of the tune “You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling,” in which the candidate sings about how Rep. Comstock won’t host a town hall and how she voted against Obamacare.

Helmer accuses Comstock of “losing that centrist feeling” and for “right-wing appealing” until the actress playing Comstock leaves the bar in a huff.

The candidate’s wife did offer one small bit of good advice in the ad. Just as the candidate prepares to break out into song, Mrs. Helmer, who plays a bartender in the ad, tells her husband not to do it.

“Listen to your wife, Dan!” the Daily Beast pleaded.

I Just Reported this Netflix Video for Child Pornography

This one’s been heavily down voted on youtube. There’s a movement to report it for child pornography, which I just did.

Sample comments:

Did Netflix just post child pornography?

under the bush admin laws were passed that consider even 2d animated depictions of nude, underage children to be child pornography. so yes, they did.

Um…yeah, What the fuck?! With something like this I may just cancel my Netflix membership.

Report this video to YouTube for Child Pornography because that is what it is.

More netflix original garbage made to brainwash our youth. Sad

Telling kids that it’s ok to kiss a man’s penis is not ok. I canceled my Netflix membership today and I urge anyone with integrity to do the same.

It’s good to see people boycotting Netflix.

Poll: Most Americans Oppose White Supremacists, But Many Share Their Views

When a polling firm comes calling, there’s always the question of whether a large number of people will lie to the pollsters and thus provide inaccurate results.

You have to suspect that people are somewhat reluctant to express pro-white views to a stranger.

The good news is that the biases mean that the real number of White Nationalists is higher than the poll results show.

Huffington Post

A new poll in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, finds that while Americans widely say they oppose racism and white nationalism, many still appear to hold far-right, white supremacist views.

The Ipsos poll, for Thomson Reuters and the University of Virginia Center for Politics, was conducted online from Aug. 21 to Sept. 5 ― in the weeks following the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. It sampled around 5,360 American adults, asking questions about race that respondents could agree or disagree with to varying degrees.

“While there is relatively little national endorsement of neo-Nazis and white supremacists,” according to the release describing the poll’s findings, “there are troubling levels of support for certain racially-charged ideas and attitudes frequently expressed by extremist groups.”

While the vast majority of Americans polled expressed support for racial equality when asked in so many words ― 70 percent strongly agreed that “all races are equal,” and 89 percent agreed that all races should be treated equally ― people’s responses got murkier when it came to expressing their viewpoints on particular issues related to race and extremism.

For instance, while only 8 percent of respondents said they supported white nationalism as a group or movement, a far larger percentage said they supported viewpoints widely held by white supremacist groups: 31 percent of Americans polled strongly or somewhat agreed that “America must protect and preserve its White European heritage,” and 39 percent agreed that “white people are currently under attack in this country.”

“The poll results do show both an American public that overwhelmingly rejects racist affiliations and movements but at the same time is more tolerant of racially insensitive positions,” Kyle Kondik, communications director at the University of Virginia Center for Politics, told HuffPost.

“The results may be what you might expect from a country that is arguably defined by racial conflict,” he added. “And one that can vote for an African-American for president who ran on unity less than a decade ago, and then turn around and vote for a vehemently anti-immigrant candidate who exploited white grievances just last year.”

The poll addressed several hot-button issues surrounding racial justice in America ― and in many cases, the majority of respondents seemed to agree with more conservative viewpoints.

When it comes to the debate about removing Confederate monuments, for instance, most Americans polled (57 percent) said they think the statues should remain in public spaces, and less than one-third (26 percent) said they think they should be removed.

Touching on recent heated debates surrounding free speech versus hate speech, the poll found a majority of Americans (59 percent) agreed with the statement that “‘political correctness’ threatens our liberty as Americans to speak our minds,” a view often touted by conservative leaders ― including President Donald Trump.

Even support for interracial marriage ― 50 years after the landmark Supreme Court decision Loving v. Virginia ― isn’t as widespread as one might think: Around 1 in 6 Americans, or 16 percent, strongly or somewhat agreed that “marriage should only be allowed between people of the same race,” while 65 percent of Americans disagreed.

As NAACP Legal Defense Fund staffer Janai Nelson told HuffPost last month: “Calling out extremists, white supremacists, neo-Nazis is an important but very low bar for where we should be as a society at this stage in our democracy.”

“What we should be [having] is a much more nuanced and deepened understanding of how those ‘isms’ manifest in policy, in systems, in a cloak of oppression that still lives with us,” Nelson said.

Check out UVA’s summary of the poll’s findings here, or view the results directly here.

Links are live at HuffPo.

In case you were wondering, the John Wayne quote above is true, as reported by Snopes.

John Wayne had much of interest to say about nonwhites. Click on the “continue reading” button to see more.

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Asswipe Stephen Colbert’s Anti-Trump Nagger and Ju Fest Opening Song (Video)

The sound is too low, but the hate for traditional white Christian America comes across loud and clear.

Four minutes of asswipe Colbert is four minutes too many.

Mediaite

Stephen Colbert kicked off this years Emmy Awards with a musical number that paid tribute to the greatest shows on television (with plenty of not-so-subtle jabs at President Trump).

The Emmy host was challenged by Blackish star Anthony Anderson and Mom star Allison Janney that he couldn’t sing about how television has never been better. And it was a challenged accepted.

Colbert sang that despite the troubles that exist in the world, the world is better on TV.

Veep‘s Julia Louis-Dreyfus made a musical cameo, singing “Imagine if your president was not belonged to Nazis.”

Colbert appeared with Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys of The Americans, singing how their show had “hotter spies” than the real-life “Russia inquiry” accompanied by an image of Trump’s meeting with Russia President Vladimir Putin.

“Even treason’s better on TV,” they sang together.

Other cameos included Millie Bobby Brown of Stranger Things, Chrissy Metz, Sterling K. Brown, and Justin Hartley of This is Us, Tony Hale of Veep, and a politically-charged appearance by Chance The Rapper.

Bonus video: Colbert’s opening monologue:

Not funny! But watching an audience of fellow asswipes yucking it up with every cheap, unfunny joke is amusing. It was good to see the real Sean Spicer at the end.