Trump Defends Roy Moore

President Donald Trump choose his words carefully on Tuesday as he publicly defended embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

This was a good time to make a statement because with the Thanksgiving holiday coming up on Thursday, the blowback should be minimized.

The president added that he was happy that the flood of sexual harassment accusations have come out.

He should be since mostly they involve liberal democrats in Washington and Hollywood.

Buzzfeed

President Trump on Tuesday staunchly defended US Senate candidate Roy Moore, who has been accused of sexual misconduct and predatory behavior by several women, some who were teenagers at the time.

“He denies it. Look, he denies it,” Trump told reporters after his taking part in the White House tradition of pardoning a turkey. “If you look at all the things that have happened over the last 48 hours. He totally denies it. He says it didn’t happen. And look, you have to look at him also.”

The president had previously deflected inquiries about Moore, letting White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders tell reporters that it was up to the “voters to decide” and that if the “troubling” allegations were indeed true, the Republican should drop out of the race.

ROY MOORE AND WIFE.

Despite mounting reports that Moore targeted, romantically advanced upon, and sexually assaulted women when they were teenagers, the Republican has refused to drop out of the heated race and denied the allegations. Trump’s recent support breaks with leaders of his own party, such as Sen. Mitch McConnell, who say they believe the women and have called upon Moore to drop out.

But on Tuesday, Trump said he didn’t support the idea of Moore’s competition, Democrat Doug Jones, winning.

“We don’t need a liberal person in there, a Democrat,” Trump said. He then attacked Jones, noting that Alabama voters would be better off with Moore representing them.

“I’ve looked at his record. It’s terrible on crime. It’s terrible on the border. It’s terrible on the military. I can tell you for a fact we do not need somebody that’s going to be bad on crime, bad on borders, bad with the military, bad for the Second Amendment,” Trump said about Jones.

Moore’s campaign then trumpeted the president’s attack on Jones, highlighting that Trump called him a “liberal Democrat.”

When pressed about the nine women who say Moore harassed them, Trump said he does not know if he believes them, since the allegations are just now coming out after 40 years.

“He is in total denial. I do have to say, 40 years is a long time. He has run eight races and this has never come up. So 40 years is a long time,” Trump said. “The women are Trump voters. Most of them are Trump voters. All you can do is you have to do what you have to do. He totally denies it.”

However, Trump insisted he supported women in general, calling them “very special” and saying that he was pleased the media has been focusing so heavily on sexual harassment allegations against powerful men in multiple industries, such as Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein, comedian Louis C.K., former CBS News host Charlie Rose, and Democratic leaders John Conyers and Al Franken.

“I think that’s good for our society. And I think it’s very, very good for women. And I’m very happy a lot of these things are coming out,” Trump said, adding that he believes Congress should release the names of lawmakers who have settled harassment claims.

Despite his supportive comments on Moore, Trump said he has not decided whether he will campaign for the candidate before the special election on Dec. 12.

“I’ll be letting you know next week,” he told reporters.

Haha. Leave them in suspense. That’s Trump and the press hates it.

88 Year Old Black Rep. John Conyers Facing Ethics Investigation Over Sex Accusations

JOHN CONYERS.

John Conyers was the biggest name held up for public scrutiny over sex accusations on Tuesday, although I believe there were other new names. There are now two women who have leveled accusations against him.

The feeding frenzy thus continues.

While listening to the radio on Tuesday I heard Rush Limbaugh poo-poo the theory that women are rushing to accuse men because of their hatred of President Trump. I think the theory goes that if enough women step forward to accuse rich and powerful men of sexual crimes and near crimes, then women who have something on Trump will step forward and destroy his presidency via the impeachment route.

You do have to wonder if the present mania isn’t setting up the public to accept the destruction of Trump, if a credible female accuser appears.

If an ethics investigation forces Rep. Conyers of Michigan out of the House, it would be no great loss. However, his replacement would undoubtedly be another Negro, perhaps one much less intelligent and more militant than Conyers.

ABC News

Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., was accused of sexual misconduct by a second woman earlier this year, as he faces a new ethics investigation after denying a separate report that alleges he sexually harassed a female aide, leading to a reported five-figure payout funded by taxpayers.

“The committee is aware of public allegations that Representative John Conyers, Jr. may have engaged in sexual harassment of members of his staff, discriminated against certain staff on the basis of age, and used official resources for impermissible personal purposes,” Reps. Susan Brooks, R-Ind., and Ted Deutch, D-Fla., the chair and ranking member of the House Ethics Committee, announced today. “The committee … has begun an investigation and will gather additional information regarding these allegations.” Conyers is already under investigation by the ethics committee for a separate matter pertaining to his former chief of staff.

Conyers, the longest-serving current member in the House of Representatives, said in a statement that he “expressly and vehemently” denies the allegations, which were first reported by Buzzfeed.

On Monday, BuzzFeed published a report that said Conyers’ office paid a female aide more than $27,000 as part of a confidentiality agreement to settle a complaint.

In his statement, Conyers, 88, said that his office “resolved the allegations,” though with an “express denial of liability, in order to save all involved from the rigors of protracted litigation.”

“The resolution was not for millions of dollars, but rather for an amount that equated to a reasonable severance payment,” Conyers said.

A second woman accused Conyers of sexual misconduct, outlined in court documents whose details were first published Tuesday by BuzzFeed.

Conyers’ longtime scheduler filed a complaint in federal court earlier this year alleging “sexual advances in the form of inappropriate comments and touches” that were so frequent “that they created a hostile work environment.” She says in the filings, which were obtained by ABC News, that she’s known Conyers since 2006 and began working as a scheduler in 2015. The woman alleges the repeated harassment led her to suffer “insomnia, anxiety, depression and chest pains.” She eventually requested sick leave in 2016, but when she wouldn’t provide medical documents explaining the reason for her sick leave, her position was terminated. The woman says in the filings she didn’t want to provide the documents because of an “atmosphere of mistrust.”

In the filings, the woman asked the court to keep the complaint under seal to protect her privacy. The judge rejected that request, and then the woman dropped the case.

Asked for comment on the scheduler’s complaint, Conyers’ spokesperson told ABC News: “[The former staffer] voluntarily decided to drop her case.”

Prior to the ethics committee’s announcement, several Democrats demanded an investigation, including House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., Reps. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif., and Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y. — two of Conyers’ colleagues on the House Judiciary Committee — as well as Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif.

“As members of Congress, we each have a responsibility to uphold the integrity of the House of Representatives and to ensure a climate of dignity and respect, with zero tolerance for harassment, discrimination, bullying or abuse,” Pelosi, D-Calif., said. “As I have said before, any credible allegation of sexual harassment must be investigated by the ethics committee.”

75 Year Old Charlie Rose Flipflops, Now Says No “wrongdoings” involving Women and Sex

CHARLIE ROSE.

Charlie Rose was the sexual harasser du jour yesterday, with the veteran TV newsman taking the big headline on the Drudge Report.

Today the headline will feature some new male or some new accusations about somebody as the moral panic, created by (((feminists))) rolls along.

Mediaite

Veteran broadcaster Charlie Rose, who has been accused of sexually harassing a spate of women, says he didn’t do anything wrong, in so many words.

TMZ reporters tracked down the 75-year-old outside of his NYC apartment and grilled him about the recent accusations that he harassed and groped colleagues so often that his shoulder rubs were known as “the crusty paw” around the office.

The tabloid photographer asked him if he had anything to say to the eight women who have accused him of “wrongdoings.” His response? “It’s not wrongdoings,” Rose muttered before quickly entering his apartment.

This response is in stark contrast to the apologetic tone he struck yesterday in a written statement on the allegations, which accuse him of making lewd phone calls and strutting in front of colleagues naked, among other acts.

“It is essential that these women know I hear them and that I deeply apologize for my inappropriate behavior. I am greatly embarrassed,” he wrote. “I have behaved insensitively at times, and I accept responsibility for that.”

“I have learned a great deal as a result of these events, and I hope others will too. All of us, including me, are coming to a newer and deeper recognition of the pain caused by conduct in the past, and have come to a profound new respect for women and their lives.”

Rose has been suspended by CBS, while PBS and Bloomberg have both announced they will stop distributing his eponymous show, in light of the allegations.

Vox reports on the specifics of the accusations against Charlie.

Eight accusers describe rage, touching, and even nudity (ugh!) by Charlie.

The thing about Charlie is that he’s a liberal of the particularly disgusting type. He always seemed to have a superior air of the “My sh*t doesn’t stink” variety.

That said, Charlie wasn’t too far from being just an ordinary run-of-the-mill womanizer. I wonder how many women that he had sex with are not coming forward because it was consensual sex that took place because they wanted a job, a raise, a promotion, or just to be able to tell their girlfriends that they had sex with somebody famous.

BTW, here’s a photo of Charlie with his wife. Is she (gasp!) Jewish? She looks Jewish. LOL.

Hillary Clinton: ‘Very Credible’ Sexual Assault Allegations Against Donald Trump Should Be Investigated

According to Hillary Clinton, President Trump and Roy Moore should confess to the accusations against them because that’s what Al Franken did.

The only thing is that there’s a picture of Al Franken doing his dirty deed, while the accusations against the President and against Roy Moore leave a lot of questions open.

The only talent that Hillary has ever had is the talent to deflect. Deflecting from her problems is the goal here. It’s not working.

Time

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton called for more investigation into sexual assault allegations brought against President Donald Trump, equating them with those leveled against Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.

“We have a man who’s accused of sexual assault sitting in the Oval Office, don’t we? The very credible accusations against him have not been taken seriously,” Clinton said during an interview with 77 WABC Radio’s Rita Cosby. “We can’t excuse the president from this debate.”

Later, Clinton added that Trump “has disgraced the office.”

During the interview, Clinton also praised the way Sen. Al Franken dealt with sexual misconduct allegations recently brought against him, saying his actions provide a model for men like Trump and Moore.

“Al’s very quick acceptance of responsibility and apology and his willingness to be investigated and to take the consequences is the kind of accountability I’m talking about,” she said. “I don’t hear that from Roy Moore or Donald Trump, do you?”

Clinton also addressed her husband’s checkered past — which includes a series of sexual assault allegations in the late 1990s, some of which Clinton publicly denied — after being pressed by Cosby, standing by the investigation into his actions.

“I think every situation has to be judged on its own merit,” she said. “You should give the people who make such allegations the benefit of the doubt, that’s what our system does, but then you have to investigate them, and that’s what happened in the late ’90s.”

Hillary Clinton’s response regarding her sexual predator husband is completely inadequate. She has nothing of value to say to average Americans.

Styx weighs in on “insane” Hillary:

The following comment left on Styx’s video is one that I agree with. Something big is up, most likely more accusations against Trump:

I wouldn’t doubt if the entire sex scandal environment that has been built now, the sacrifice of Dems and celebs, the hit Franken took, and the admission by Dems that Bill is a sleaze bag was all to set the stage to make an attack on Trump with fallacious claims. Mark my words. It’s why Hillary is mentioning this now. Dems are sleazy liars and hysterical fools, but they a crafty.

Gov. Mike Huckabee’s Perfect Response to A Woman Professor Who Tweeted A Nasty Comment About His Daughter

PROFESSOR JUDY COLE. NASTY LIBERAL TWEETER. OBVIOUSLY A LESBIAN.

Judy Cole insulted Mike Huckabee’s daughter in a Tweet. Some people want her fired.

Whew! The nasty looking lesbian professor at the center of this skirmish in the culture war is very hard on my eyes. Ugly is as ugly does.

It would come naturally to respond to a fruit loop like her by getting as dirty as she.

Governor Mike Huckabee had mercy on her, however.

The very likable Governor Huckabee is obviously a Christian Zionist whose bread is or was buttered by Israel. However, I think most of us on the alt-right or White Nationalism would agree with traditional conservative Mike on quite a few issues.

He perfectly played an ugly situation involving his daughter and the lesbo above. You know his daughter as Sarah Huckabee Sanders, Donald Trump’s press secretary.

I detest it when conservatives get fired for their private comments and as a matter of principle I prefer to see everyone keep his job when he speaks out.

Governor Huckabee didn’t fight fire with fire. Rather, he used the old “I pity you” ploy on Nursing Professor Judy Cole.

Washington Times

A University of Memphis professor is facing backlash for an insensitive tweet to former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee about his daughter, White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

“If she froze to death, she wouldn’t be missed,” clinical assistant professor Judy Cole wrote in response to Mr. Huckabee’s tweet Saturday praising a U.S. Army pilot who gave Mrs. Sanders his jacket during a South Korea visit with President Trump.

Mr. Huckabee called out the woman as a professor at the University of Memphis and said he felt sorry for her students.

“Woman teaches nursing at @uofmemphis and wishes my daughter would die,” he responded. “I feel sorry for someone so hateful and vicious. Poor woman makes Nurse Ratched look like Mother Teresa! How angry and bitter is a person who says that? Sad for your students and for you.”

Heh, heh. That’s a good Tweet. Especially the comparison to Nurse Ratched.

Many social media users called for Ms. Cole to be fired for the tweet, which has since been deleted, but several students who spoke to The Commercial Appeal said she was a great teacher who deserved a second chance.

Ms. Cole told local ABC affiliate WATN that the backlash had gotten out of hand and she was concerned for her job.

“I really don’t want to talk about this,” she said. “This has gotten blown out of proportion. I talked with my attorney a little while ago.”

The university said it was investigating the matter.

“The University of Memphis has been made aware of personal comments made on social media by a current faculty member of the Loewenberg College of Nursing,” the school said in a statement. “These statements do not represent the values of the University of Memphis or the values of the Loewenberg College of Nursing. This matter is being fully investigated in accordance with UofM policies.”

Mr. Huckabee said he was “stunned” by Ms. Cole’s comments.

“I was stunned that a University nursing professor would wish a young mother of 3 to die, especially when that young mother was my daughter,” he told WATN. “I know people have strong political views, but that level of hate and vile is shocking, but especially from someone who is educated and supposed to teach healing. I didn’t shame anyone — the person sending the tweet shamed herself, her profession, and her employer with such a vicious and bitter comment.”

Mike is playing this for maximum effect. If you spend a little time on Twitter, you’ll see that there’s nothing shocking about Cole’s meanness. Meanness is everywhere there. Mike knows that but as a good propagandist he’s saying all the right things.

Twitter Bans and Removes Verified Status of Richard Spencer, Other Defenders of the White Race

First,commenter Wullfe let us know that the Daily Stormer was kicked out of Western Samoa and is now to be found at DailyStormer.hk. I assume that’s a Hong Kong web address.

Now on to Twitter. As far as I know Microchip has given up on Twitter. I haven’t seen him there in around a month, since his last ban. He’s on Gab, but I’ve never had any luck getting an account there. I’ll have to try again.

Baked Alaska was banned from Twitter on Wednesday, while Richard Spencer has had his verification stripped.

BAKED ALASKA, BANNED.

Twitter is going to lose its relevance sooner or later. And most likely Spencer will join Baked Alaska in being banned.

The Daily Beast

Twitter began banning and removing verified check marks, which were previously handed out to public figures to prove their authenticity, from white supremacist accounts as it updated the rules to its verification program on Wednesday.

White supremacists Richard Spencer and Charlottesville “Unite The Right” protest creator Jason Kessler had their verified statuses revoked on Wednesday.

The verified check mark was meant to denote “that an account of public interest is authentic,” the company said in a series of tweets on Wednesday, but that “verification has long been perceived as an endorsement.”

“This perception became worse when we opened up verification for public submissions and verified people who we in no way endorse,” a company spokesperson tweeted.

Users can now lose their blue checkmarks for “inciting or engaging in harassment of others,” “promoting hate and/or violence against, or directly attacking or threatening other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or disease,” supporting people who promote those ideas, and a slew of other reasons.

The changes come exactly one week after a Daily Beast story showed that Kessler, who had called the death of anti-racist protester Heather Heyer in Charlottesville “payback time,” had been verified by Twitter. The company suspended its verification practices the next day.

“We should’ve communicated faster on this [yesterday]: our agents have been following our verification policy correctly, but we realized some time ago the system is broken and needs to be reconsidered,” Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey wrote last week. “And we failed by not doing anything about it. Working now to fix faster.”

Earlier on Wednesday, Tim Gionet, a far right former BuzzFeed employee who went by the username @BakedAlaska, was banned from Twitter. In his last tweets, he pushed his followers to reinstate an account that was banned from Twitter for, he claimed, “saying muslim immigrants are adding to the rape culture.”

When reached for comment on Gionet’s suspension, a company spokesperson pointed The Daily Beast to its “hateful conduct policy,” specifically the section that bans “repeated and/or or non-consensual slurs, epithets, racist and sexist tropes, or other content that degrades someone.”

Far-right agitator Milo Yiannopoulos’ blue checkmark was removed last January before he was kicked off Twitter, stirring outrage among alt-right and far-right communities. Some fans of Yiannopoulos began flocking to alternative platforms, like alt-right Twitter knockoff Gab or the chat service Discord.

In July 2016 Twitter allowed anyone to request verification via an online form, a move that appears to have overwhelmed the review process. Twitter ended up verifying accounts that it “in no way endorse(s),” the company said.

Until now, Twitter has claimed that verification is neutral and simply a way to verify a person’s primary brand handle or identity. However, verified users have long been seen as first-class citizens on the platform. Verified users have access to more robust filters and their tweets and accounts are more likely to be surfaced in search as well as people’s @ mentions.

The latest Tweets and Retweets from the now unverified Spencer:

Bottom line: If you’re verified on Twitter, you’re politically correct.

Tucker: PA Professor Blames ‘Toxic Masculinity’ for Texas Church Shooting

PROFESSOR COLLEEN CLEMONS. FINALLY, AN ATTRACTIVE FEMINIST.

OK, here’s how the Marxists, trained in the Saul Alinksy methods, work their smear jobs.

For one thing, it takes a catchy phrase to get people’s attention. It’s best if the phrase conveys a negative image in people’s minds.

Colleen uses the phrase “TOXIC MASCULINITY.”

I’m sure that she didn’t coin the phrase, but it’s a good one for propaganda purposes.

Let’s see how she uses that phrase to slander men, then we’ll get back to the Alinksy strategy that’s at work here.

Fox News Insider

The director of women’s and gender studies at a Pennsylvania university claimed “toxic masculinity” is “killing everyone” and blamed the phenomenon for the Texas church shooting.

Professor Colleen Clemens at Kutztown University in Berks County, Pa. tweeted that “Toxic Masculinity is killing everyone – repeat – toxic masculinity is killing everyone – repeat.”

Tucker Carlson said he asked Clemens to come on his program to discuss her accusations, but that the woman replied that she “feared for her safety.”

AFRAID FOR HER SAFETY OR AFRAID OF TUCKER’S RIDICULE?

Catalina Magazine publisher Cathy Areu told Carlson that “toxic masculinity” is a real phenomenon, as men commit more violent crimes than women.

Toxic masculinity is killing everyone. REPEAT. Toxic masculinity is killing everyone. REPEAT. Toxic masculinity is killing everyone. REPEAT. https://t.co/WFhAdphE14

— Colleen Clemens (@clutzclemens) November 6, 2017
Clemens’ initial tweet linked to a WPVI news story reporting that President Trump said the shooting was not a “gun [control] situation”

She later tweeted that “ad hominem attacks are petty and useless. Engage with my ideas? All for it. Trolls need not apply.”

Ad hominem attacks are petty and useless. Engage with my ideas? All for it. Trolls need not apply. Feel free to continue making assumptions about me. But in the meantime, I will be teaching while you sit around tweeting. SAD!

— Colleen Clemens (@clutzclemens) November 8, 2017
“Feel free to continue making assumptions about me. But in the meantime, I will be teaching while you sit around tweeting. SAD!” Clemens tweeted.

Obnoxious Cathy Areu showed up at Tucker’s request to discuss the “toxic masculinity” claim.

When a Marxist professor wants to target a group, say men, then the professor must find something negative about men to bitch about. In this case, men commit more mass murders than women. Thus, the claim:

“Toxic masculinity is killing everyone.”

So some vague concept is the killer, not specific individuals. And that vague concept is killing “everyone.”

Hyperbole? Much!

Obviously, muh cute prof doesn’t like masculinity, or at least she thinks she doesn’t like it.

Most men never commit murder. Most masculine men never kill either. Let’s say Donald Trump, Arnold Schwazenegger, and Chuck Norris are masculine men. Agree?

They and millions of other masculine men never kill. The onus is thus on muh prof to prove her thesis.

Since blacks commit murder far out of proportion to their numbers in the population, do you think that Colleen would ever talk about “toxic black masculinity?”

I don’t think so because then her Marxist friends would label her as a racist.

One more thing. Men were certainly freer to express their masculinity in the 1950s than today, yet mass shootings never happened that I can recall.

What changed?

Lots of things, including the indoctrination of women into the man-hating cult of feminism.

It’s too bad about Colleen. In a different world, she would have made some man a nice wife.