“slutty porn babe” Nina Skye Fired from Teaching Job at Christian School

Every tabloid journalism site on the Internet is featuring a Nina Skye story today. Her publicist did a fine job. As you might guess, the Daily Mail gave her a big spread.

The 21 year old’s tale of being kicked out of teaching has the feel of a mix of truth and fiction. In particular she claims to have been paid $2,500 when she did her first “scene” with a male “actor.” I’ve looked at pay rates in the porn industry and that number is way too high.

Furthermore, to engage the fantasy even more, she’s full of crap about how much she loves sex and doing it on camera. They all say they love it until they quit the industry and claim how they were raped, terrorized, and infected with STDs.

By the way, the responses to that Tweet above are filled with support for our Whore of the Day: It’s discrimination. It’s horrible you were fired by a Christian school. Blah, blah, blah. But anyone following her Twitter is going to be a bit of a naughty pervert anyway. There’s numerous samples of her XXX-rated activities there.

New York Post

A Christian preschool teacher has been booted from her job — because of her X-rated side job as a porn star.

Nina Skye, who taught at an unidentified school in California, told Fox 11 in Los Angeles that school leaders fired her because her sex-work gig conflicts with their moral code.

“They said I couldn’t work there because it goes against their statement of faith, that it goes against their views of fornication, like sex before marriage, and that’s what I’m doing,” she told the station. “They say it goes against the paper I signed, saying I wouldn’t do that.”

As much as I hate to be an antisemite Naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews, I have to say that Nina looks like a Jew to me.

With the right camera angle you can see her long, sharp nose. I also found one scene where she’s having sex with a dark Jew.

It's getting hot in herre 🔥

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Just doing my homework 📚

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Skye told the station that her dream job is “having sex” — and she loves the “easy money” that comes with it.

“For my very first scene, I just did a regular boy-on-girl scene and I got paid $2,500 on the spot,” she said. “I never had that much money, ever, just handed to me in my life.”

She said the school would have kept her on the job — and even offered her help with housing and a pay raise — but only under the condition that she leaves the adult film industry for good.

Skye declined the offer, because she wants to keep her porn job.

“They were really trying to pull me away from staying in the industry,” she said. “They just really wanted me out. They offered help and advice, but I don’t really want out of the industry.”

For now, Skye is only working as a porn star — and although she loves the job, she misses her students, she told the station.

In her Twitter profile, she describes herself as an “ex-religious preschool teacher turned slutty porn babe.”

In a May interview with Fox 11, when Skye first came out about her second job, she said she hoped she could make money both in front of her classroom — and the cameras.

“I love teaching. I love sex,” she said. “If I can get away with doing both, then I will.”

Got to be a lesbian super hero for a day 😍 made such great memories 👌

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In its story on her Christian Post observes that the school Naughty Nina was fired from is unidentified. If there is such a school, I have the feeling that their version of the story might be very different from hers.

In any case, gaze upon the youthful stupidity (or evil) of Nina before she wastes away from STDs, alcoholism, drug addiction, or suicide. Typically, the longevity of porn actresses is measured in months, not years.

One more thing. I found no evidence she does interracial porn.

But give her time.

Megyn Kelly: NBC’s $17.5 Million Mistake

MEGYN KELLY. THE HAIRSTYLE ISN’T FLATTERING.

The largest single group watching daytime TV is black women. That’s no surprise, since a lot of black women are sitting at home on their asses collecting benefits.

According to this report, blacks view Megyn as racist. I guess that’s because a couple of years ago she correctly informed blacks who were demanding black Santa Clauses that Santa is white.

LOL.

Megyn had that one right, but blacks appear to be holding a grudge against her, which is going to cost her viewer eyeballs when she starts her gig on morning TV in the fall.

Excerpt from Variety

It’s still months before Megyn Kelly’s new NBC daytime show is set to premiere, but it already feels like the former Fox News anchor has overstayed her welcome. Only three weeks into her Sunday-night newsmagazine show — a “Dateline” style piece, structured around her interviews with high-profile “gets” — Kelly’s star is dimmer than ever. It’s a far cry from where she was just a year ago.

2016 was a banner year for Kelly: After a wave of flattering media coverage positioned her as one of the few remaining sensible voices within the Republican party, she led round-the-clock election coverage for Fox News — anchoring one of its highest-rated programs, “The Kelly File,” and shoring up the network’s credibility on women’s issues as it reported on, and sometimes sparred with, then-candidate Donald Trump. If Bill O’Reilly was the face of the network, Kelly — a photogenic former lawyer — was the face of the future. It was Kelly’s complaints that finally ended Roger Ailes’ reign of sexual harassment at the network; an indication of changing times, a changing company, and Kelly’s worth to the network.

Then in January, Kelly left Fox News, and since then whatever high-wattage star power she had has waned considerably. This month she’s been hosting “Sunday Night With Megyn Kelly,” an opportunity for theoretically harder-hitting coverage than what she’ll do in the fall when she takes over the network’s 9 a.m. timeslot.

By all measures, her “Sunday Night” effort been a disaster: Her interviews have been either ridiculed or loathed by the rest of the press, and the ratings reflect a distinct lack of interest. To be sure, newsmagazines around one anchor have a high failure rate, even for respected names like Bryant Gumbel, Connie Chung, and Jane Pauley. But Kelly’s problems go beyond ratings. Her June 18 episode, an interview with InfoWars’ Alex Jones, began as a problematic decision and snowballed into a PR nightmare. Kelly couldn’t handle either the interview or its fallout.

Even before all of this, there were plenty of reasons to be skeptical of Kelly’s upcoming foray in the 9 a.m. timeslot. Daytime television is a notoriously difficult nut to crack — dozens of shows, built around former news anchors and other personalities, have failed to succeed, even when they are helmed by otherwise well-liked personalities. Kelly has never emphasized intimacy or likability in her on-camera persona. Her style is legalistic and cool, with a brass-tacks elegance that can, at best, appear regal.

Compare this to Kelly’s fiercest competitor in the 9 a.m. timeslot: Kelly Ripa, a brash, bubbly personality who manages to be both inclusive and distinctive at the same time. Daytime TV is such an intimate and alchemical landscape that audiences’ most beloved anchors take on a kind of mythical quality — Oprah, Ellen, Katie — who are gossiped about and scrutinized as if they were members of a far-flung family. Ripa, a master of the form, was already, in all likelihood, going to eat Kelly for lunch (or is it breakfast?). Now that Kelly’s reputation on the rocks — and that Ripa has a new telegenic cohost in Ryan Seacrest — it’s hard to imagine Kelly making a dent in Ripa’s audience.

On top of all of this there’s the fact that Kelly has a history of cringeworthy statements about black people — and is about to debut in a timeslot that happens to draw a large African-American female audience. According to Nielsen data for the 2015-16 season, African-American women comprised 23.1% of the total TV audience in the (nearly synchronous) 7 a.m.- 3 p.m. time frame, making them the largest component of the daytime viewership base, ahead of white (16.3%), Hispanic (12.6%) and Asian (7.6%) women.

Given all of this, NBC’s logic in hiring Kelly — for an annual salary, according to industry sources, of $17.5 million — was already murky. Now, “Sunday Night” has called into question Kelly’s capacity to do her job appropriately. The entire rigmarole with Alex Jones was a series of unforced errors: Amateur decision-making, lightweight investigation, and vaguely defined motives. She has floundered in interviews on-camera and made to look either dishonest or unprofessional off-camera. And her essential sense of newsworthiness is oddly awry; after all of the hullabaloo defending her interview of Jones, she couldn’t manage to get the segment to coalesce around a news peg. So what is Megyn Kelly good at?

To answer the question, she is good at being obnoxious and aggressive. She’s probably trying too hard to be like Bill O’Reilly.

Americans love to see overly self-confident blowhards fail. If things work out, Kelly is going to come in for a lot of criticism.

But remember this. It’s all theater, designed to distract us from what’s really important. So, have a little fun with Kelly’s fall, but stay fixed on immigration, race, and the economy.

New York Times Calls for White Genocide

BRET STEPHENS, NEW YORK TIMES.

American white people whose ancestral roots go back generations in America should be deported. White people are pretty worthless, you see. They need to be removed from the country of their birth to make room for nonwhite immigrants.

Jewish journalist Bret Stephens drew Rebel Media’s Washington correspondent Jack Posbiec’s attention with an opinion piece that appeared in the New York Times and then was syndicated to other news outlets, such as Masslive, where I found it.

Jack calls it advocating white genocide. That may be a little too strong a characterization, but the op-ed is certainly hostile to the European-American. I’ve summarized it for you above, but here’s the entire hit piece.

MassLive

BY OP-ED COMMENTARY
By Bret Stephens
New York Times News Service

In the matter of immigration, mark this conservative columnist down as strongly pro-deportation. The United States has too many people who don’t work hard, don’t believe in God, don’t contribute much to society and don’t appreciate the greatness of the American system.

They need to return whence they came.

I speak of Americans whose families have been in this country for a few generations. Complacent, entitled and often shockingly ignorant on basic points of American law and history, they are the stagnant pool in which our national prospects risk drowning.

DEPORT THEM.

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Jones vs. Kelly: Finally Over?

The embedded video above shows Alex Jones, Mike Cernovich, and Steve Pieczenik talking about the lies and distortions that Megyn Kelly brought to the table with her segment on Jones Sunday night.

NBC is blocking the publication of Megyn Kelly’s “interview” with Alex Jones on youtube. You can watch it on the Megyn Kelly webpage.

Kelly’s interview is a hatchet job. Until I heard the biased language coming from Kelly and her guests I never knew that anyone considered the Fat Man to be offensive because of his presentation of alternate views of some of the major news events of this century–9/11, the Sandy Hook shootings, Obama’s birth certificate, and more. The thing that bothered most of the conspiracy realists I follow was his failure to address the Jewish Question.

You have to believe that the sudden mainstream media interest in Jones is related to his relationship with President Donald Trump. By smearing Jones, some of the mud splatters upon Trump too.

When you consider that the press smears Trump a dozen times a day, seven days a week with their fake news narratives, why would anyone trust the press to tell the truth about Jones or any other “deplorable”?

Furthermore, when you consider the Neocon’s love of war and hostility to freedom, why would you trust the government to tell the truth?

All of the stories related to Kelly’s 17 minutes of anti-Jones, anti-Trump material stick with the narrative that Jones is evil and dangerous.

Excerpt from Variety

The one strong takeaway from the entire segment was that Jones is newsworthy and dangerous because he has the ear of our volatile president. The segment starts with that sentiment, and then proceeds to enumerate various situations in which Jones is a concerning public figure (including an interview with Neil Heslin, who lost his son in the Sandy Hook tragedy). Then it ends. To be sure, Kelly is right to observe that the connection is worth investigating. But the “Sunday Night” segment doesn’t seem like investigating; it’s instead a wind-up to a punch with no subsequent impact.

At least Variety acknowledges Kelly’s failures. But that’s probably because liberals hate her for her prior association with Fox News.

Excerpt from Deadline

One of Kelly’s fiercest critics, watchdog site Media Matters, called the broadcast “a report that was originally billed as a self-promotional head-to-head showdown with Alex Jones but got turned into “a well-edited investigation of the dangers posed by an unstable megalomaniac with millions of loyal fans, including one in the Oval Office” owing to a “well-deserved firestorm of denunciations.”

Insisting that Kelly deserves little credit for the changes the org warned its damage already had been done, saying “the network’s impotent reaction to Jones’ own grabs for media attention may allow the nation’s biggest producer of conspiracy theory media to come out the winner of tonight’s program.”

Jones seemed to agree. On YouTube, he live-streamed himself breaking open a bottle of champagne and calling the broadcast a big win.

Kellybots will follow her lead and spend Monday at the watercooler at work echoing the nonsense that Jones is dangerous. He may be loud and he may not get everything right and he may even be controlled opposition, but questioning 9/11 and Sandy Hook is patriotic, not dangerous.

The dirtbags at NBC and the liberal media don’t understand the appeal of Alex Jones. I could only find one article that treats him fairly.

Excerpt from American Thinker

Considering the longer term, Jones is in touch with and riding the wave of a powerful new meme that’s gaining currency worldwide. Its adherents believe that the game is stacked against the middle class as powerful and often unseen Deep State actors, globalists, the media, academia, popular culture, government bureaucracies, and other corrupt players conspire to transform for the worse life as we know it. Peaceful opposition to this onslaught is, as Jones has defined it – the Infowar. The Internet and the new media are making more plausible a worldwide wake-up call and a paradigm shift in information, awareness, and action. And they aren’t going away.

Meanwhile, one wonders what the NBC suits are thinking now about their widely reported $15 million-plus investment in their new golden girl, Megyn Kelly. She is decidedly not an Infowarrior or open in the least to the emerging new paradigm. And as her work at NBC is demonstrating, she is not even a good journalist.

Styx, not a fan of Jones or Kelly also gets it.

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Megyn Kelly’s Clownshow with Alex Jones Promises Fun Sunday Night Viewing

The media coverage of Sunday night’s Megyn Kelly hatchet job on the Fat Man, Alex Jones, has been extensive. It’s been enjoyable reading all the liberal anger with Kelly for her daring move to give Alex Jones credibility by interviewing him, even if the interview is a smear job.

Regular Lew Rockwell contributor Gary North explains how the media tries to slice and dice conservatives, using Kelly-Jones as the focal point.

Excerpt from Lew Rockwell

Megan Kelly got a promotion from Fox News to NBC because Donald Trump insulted her during an early Republican presidential debate. This promotion did not include an increase in wisdom. It merely gave her a larger audience for her to reveal her limitations. Her limitations are considerable.

Her latest bonehead move was to interview Alex Jones. This got her in trouble with NBC, because nobody is supposed to interview Jones. That would give him some degree of credibility. The mainstream media do not want to consider him as anyone who deserves credibility.

The mainstream media still believe that someone like Jones can get credibility only from the mainstream media. They still think it’s 1995.

Her response was this: she thinks he is despicable. She said that his view of Sandy Hook as a hoax is revolting. That bought her a little time. But time will run out on the evening of June 18, when her interview is scheduled to be run.

Jones did what any sensible conservative should always do when interviewed by the mainstream media. He made a secret recording of the entire interview. Now he has released the entire interview on YouTube.

Here’s the audio of the exchange between Kelly and Jones. In all honesty, it’s too painful for me to listen to, but it’s here for your convenience if you can stand to listen to Kelly.

There’s more leaked material at Infowars. There’s also over 3,000 comments there from Infowars readers.

He says that he did not claim to believe the story that Sandy Hook was a hoax. He simply said that he had offered theories regarding Sandy Hook to his viewers.

SELECTIVE QUOTATIONS

The game the liberals play is always the same. Anything that makes a conservative’s position look sensible is eliminated by three dots. The writer gets to pick and choose what he wants to illustrate. If he wants to illustrate something that will make a conservative look bad, he will quote him. He will not mention the missing qualifications to the outrageous statements.

Some journalists will quote the conservative link. When the conservative says something sensible, the journalist then adds three dots. These indicate a break in the interview. But most journalists don’t do this. They simply enter the quotation with a quotation mark. Then they continue to summarize what the conservative really means, which is what the journalist wants the reader to believe that the conservative really means. Then he provides another brief quotation inside quotation marks. This is an ancient technique of journalists. I’ve been a journalist long enough to know that this is how the game is played.

The media have been unsuccessful in doing this to me. That is because my statements are so outrageous and unqualified in any way that they prove irresistible to Left-wing journalists. These people usually quote me verbatim. I get my point across, and they get to look like heroes for having exposed to me.

The crucial point is this: almost nobody pays any attention. Hardly anybody reads these stories. My followers rarely read these stories. Liberals rarely read them.

Here is reality: journalists don’t have much clout. I learned this 40 years ago. “Sticks and stones will break my bones, but liberal journalists can never hurt me.” (You may quote me verbatim.)

In the case of Alex Jones, this is a bonanza for him. His followers are laughing derisively at Megyn Kelly. She is now under the digital sword of Damocles. If she runs her edited snippets, she will look like a fraud. In other words, she will look like exactly what she is.

On the other hand, if the network now has some junior technician frantically reinserting what Jones really said, Jones will look like a semi-reasonable fellow. Kelly will still look like a fraud, because Jones forced her hand early. He went public about the existence of his interview before she ran her hatchet job. Then he released the file.

She is now on the hook. I call it her Sandy Hook hook. No matter what she runs on her show on Sunday evening, she is going to look like a fraud. She can either be seen as a boneheaded, unwavering fraud, or she can be seen as a cowardly fraud who reinserted Jones’s qualifications, or worse, as a fraud who refuses to run the segment on Jones, despite the fact that she promised that she would.

The fallout from the clownshow will last a couple of days. The Jones vs Kelly feud will go on much longer.

Live Stream: PRESIDENT TRUMP SUPPORTERS Protest At CNN HEADQUARTER over FAKE NEWS

This FAKE NEWS protest has been live streaming for hours and it’s still going on. The dedicated protesters are enduring the hot Atlanta, Georgia heat to make their voices heard. There’s a live chat feature available if you watch on youtube.

There’s no telling how much longer the protest will last.