Trump Warns McCain: “I fight back”

As a dead man walking, Senator John McCain is free to unleash the evil that lies within his tortured soul.

In the past he was partially constrained by his desire to be reelected. He no longer has that worry. He’s letting it all hang out now. His master, Satan, will be waiting for him at the gates of Hell, welcoming a brother.

CNN

President Donald Trump, hours after Sen. John McCain delivered a speech that repudiated the President, warned the Arizona Republican to “be careful” because at some point he will “fight back.”

McCain, while accepting the Liberty Medal in Philadelphia on Monday night, warned the United States against turning toward “half-baked, spurious nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats than solve problems.”

The speech was a repudiation of Trump, who the Arizona Republican has long feuded with, and the worldview that catapulted him to office.
Trump told Chris Plante of “The Chris Plante Show” on Tuesday that he heard the criticism and warned McCain to be careful.

“He was taking shots at you again yesterday,” Plante said. “You heard what he said yesterday, Sen. McCain?”

“Yeah, well I hear it. And people have to be careful because at some point I fight back,” Trump said. “I’m being very nice. I’m being very, very nice. But at some point I fight back, and it won’t be pretty.”

Responding to Trump’s threat, McCain bluntly told reporters Tuesday: “I’ve faced far greater challenges than this.”

McCain and Trump’s feud has dated back years, ever since the then-2016 candidate said the senator wasn’t a war hero because he was captured in Vietnam.

“He is not a war hero,” Trump told pollster Frank Luntz in 2015.
“He is a war hero,” Luntz interjected.

“He is a war hero because he was captured,” Trump said, cutting him off. “I like people that weren’t captured, OK? I hate to tell you. He is a war hero because he was captured.”

The feud continued throughout the 2016 campaign, with McCain regularly faulting the Republican standard bearer for comments he made on the campaign trail. McCain withdrew his support for Trump when the “Access Hollywood” video was made public, showing the 2016 Republican nominee bragging about sexually assaulting women.

Both Trump and McCain won re-election, but their feud continued, with the Arizona senator casting a deciding vote against the Republican health care plan.

The act of defiance stung Trump.

“Sen. McCain, you mean the one who voted against Obamacare?” Trump asked, rhetorically, during a sweeping August news conference. “You mean Sen. McCain who voted against us getting good health care?”

This public back-and-forth contributed to McCain’s speech Monday, where he was honored by Democrats and Republicans alike for a lifetime of service. McCain was diagnosed with brain cancer earlier this year.

The Arizona senator and his party’s 2008 presidential nominee described that “half-baked, spurious nationalism” as “unpatriotic as an attachment to any other tired dogma of the past that Americans consigned to the ash heap of history.”

I’m certain that Trump has a dossier on McCain as thick as a law book. McCain’s corruption, his womanizing, his treason in Vietnam–all of it just might leak.

Wouldn’t that be just too bad???!!!

Senator John McCain Turns Ugly When Confronted by Fox News Reporter with Legit Question (Video)

Thirty-five seconds of McStain’s famous rudeness on display.

Spread the word among Arizona voters. Ask them to sign the recall petition at change.org.

Arrogant Megyn Kelly is a Disaster for NBC

Megyn Kelly has always reminded me of Hillary Clinton in terms of her unbridled ambition. Both of these gold plated turds are sometimes called “strong” women. That’s the term the press uses when the woman is unlikable.

It’s nice to see Kelly and NBC fail.

Lifezette

NBC must realize by now that it made a huge mistake in giving Megyn Kelly a three-year contract reportedly worth $69 million.

The deal made Kelly the second highest-paid NBC employee behind Matt Lauer — who earns $25 million annually. In year one of Kelly’s contract, however, the left-wing media giant does not seem to be getting a positive return on its massive investment.

Page Six reported that ratings for the third hour of “The Today Show,” which Kelly now hosts in the morning, are down 32 percent from last year at this time, and that Kelly’s failures on her segment, “Megyn Kelly Today,” are having a negative impact on her co-workers.

Viewers are tuning out for Kelly’s segment — and are not tuning back in. Since viewers do not want to watch Kelly, the fourth hour of the program with Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb is down 26 percent from last year, according to the same Page Six report.

New York Times media reporter John Koblin also reiterated recently that Kelly’s presence has led to declining ratings.

There are many reasons Kelly’s presence is having a negative impact on NBC’s ratings. For starters, she faced long odds to succeed at a liberal station after coming over from the Fox News Channel.

Kelly’s first week on “The Today Show” was especially disastrous. She managed to irk two of her celebrity guests. A recent Variety report noted that celeb publicists apparently do not want their clients making appearances on Kelly’s program.

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First, there was “Will and Grace” star Debra Messing, who revealed in an Instagram comment that she regretted appearing on a segment with Megyn Kelly.

“Honestly I didn’t know it was MK [Megyn Kelly] until that morning,” Messing wrote. “The itinerary just said ‘Today Show’ appearance. Regret going on. Dismayed by her comments.”

Two days later, Kelly upset 79-year-old actress Jane Fonda by asking her about the plastic surgery she’d had done over the years. Fonda looked stunned as she digested the question, then said with some dismay, “We really want to talk about that now?” Fonda had come onto the show with Robert Redford to promote their new Netflix film, “Our Souls at Night” — not to discuss her physical appearance.

Finally, one day later, Kelly’s cameraman accidentally stepped into a shot — and then swore on live TV while Kelly was conducting an interview.

Kelly was moved onto “The Today Show” after her initial series on the network, “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly,” tanked in the ratings and was embroiled in controversy.

NBC thought it could make Kelly one of its biggest star — likely because she sparred with then-Republican presidential primary candidate Donald Trump as a moderator in 2015. She used that position to get attention to propel her own personal brand. In that, she was effective as she departed Fox for more money — but the failures of the Kelly programs leave NBC with some serious dead weight on its roster.

Did Vegas Hotel Exec (((Steve Wynn))) Leak Shooter’s Use of Service Elevators to Smuggle Guns into Room? (Video)

Steve Wynn, real last name Weinberg, has seen it all. In 10 minutes he talks about how Las Vegas “resorts” keep tabs on “guests.” Worth a look if only to learn how Vegas hotels maintain security.

He brings up the issue of service elevators unexpectedly, maybe about two-thirds of the way through the interview. I think this was a slip on his part. He’s probably heard something through the Vegas grapevine which suggests that alleged shooter Stephen Paddock used a service elevator to bring the 23 guns into his room.

The thing is, according to Wynn, guests aren’t allowed to use the service elevator.

Comedy writer Megan Amram jokes Las Vegas shooter fits typical profile because he is a ‘white man’

MEGAN AMRAM. NOT FUNNY.

Surprise. Megan Amram is a Jewess. And a vile, nasty one at that.

Fox News

Comedian Megan Amram responded to a TMZ story that Las Vegas massacre gunman Stephen Paddock doesn’t fit the typical mass shooter profile by tweeting, “White man? Sure does.”

TMZ published an article making a case that Paddock is unique for a mass shooter, as he is older (64), lived in a retirement community and didn’t have a known criminal record. The comedian’s tweet to her 759,000 followers resulted in a series of responses mocking white males.

Amram’s comment was retweeted over 1,000 times and favorited over 5,000 times in the first three hours after she published the tweet. She followed up her response to TMZ with a pair of jokes related to the massacre in Las Vegas in which Paddock opened fire at the Route 91 Harvest Music Festival in Las Vegas, killing at least 58 people and sending more than 500 others to hospitals.

“If only there was a way to have known he was going to use that rifle for assault,” Amram wrote, follow by, “Trump, please ban Americans from traveling to the United States. They are far too dangerous to let in.”

Amram’s Twitter feed is filled with anti-Trump messages, including one –“Today was the day Donald trump finally became president,” — that she adds on an almost daily basis.

“I agree with republicans because I too want millions of people to die so that I can get revenge on Black President,” she wrote back on Sept. 21.

“There should be a dating app for people who have been fired from trump’s administration,” she wrote back on July 31.

Amram was a writer for the 2011 Academy Awards and has worked on popular shows including “Billy on the Street with Billy Eichner,” “Parks and Recreation” and “Silicon Valley,” according to IMDB. She is also a contributing writer for The New Yorker and recently wrote a spoof of Jared Kushner’s Harvard admissions essay.

The Boston Globe and Huffington Post have both profiled Amram’s Twitter account in the past, although it remains unverified. Amram is hardly the only person to make polarizing comments on social media on Monday, as a CBS executive said she is “not even sympathetic” to victims of the Las Vegas shooting because “country music fans often are Republican” in a Facebook message.

The New Yorker and Amran did not immediately respond to Fox News’ separate requests for comment.

+1 Clinton Body Count: Writer Who Inadvertently Helped Trump Get Elected Found Dead

PAUL HORNER, DEAD AT AGE 38.

Jew Paul Horner’s death is being blamed on an accidental overdose.

So, who fed him the drugs that allegedly killed the man who bragged that his so-called hoax stories helped put Donald Trump in the White House?

If Paul Horner wrote hoax stories as is claimed by the mainstream media, who’s to say for sure that the story of his death isn’t a hoax?

And if it is true, why isn’t anyone looking in the direction of Hillary Clinton, who had a motive to kill Horner?

Excerpt from CBS News

PHOENIX — A leading purveyor of fake news in the 2016 presidential election has died outside Phoenix at the age of 38.

Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Mark Casey said Tuesday authorities discovered Paul Horner dead in his bed on Sept. 18.

Casey said the Maricopa County medical examiner performed an autopsy which showed there were no signs of foul play. He said Horner had a history of prescription drug abuse and that “evidence at the scene suggested this could be an accidental overdose.”

Horner was known for writing false stories and disseminating internet hoaxes that often went viral on Facebook and hoodwinked thousands of people.

They included a story falsely claiming former President Obama was gay and a radical Muslim, and another saying protesters were being paid thousands of dollars to demonstrate at Donald Trump’s campaign rallies.

Horner took on greater prominence during the presidential election when false stories were widely shared on social media during the race between Trump and Hillary Clinton.

In an interview with The Washington Post in 2016, Horner said he thought Trump won the White House because of him. Horner said Trump’s supporters didn’t fact-check his stories before posting them.

“My sites were picked up by Trump supporters all the time. I think Trump is in the White House because of me. His followers don’t fact-check anything — they’ll post everything, believe anything. His campaign manager posted my story about a protester getting paid $3,500 as fact. Like, I made that up. I posted a fake ad on Craigslist,” he told The Washington Post in November.

Even members of President Trump’s inner circle, including Mr. Trump’s son Eric and then-campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, shared links to Horner’s content. Horner’s stories also made their way to Google News, known to feature stories from reputable news sources.

J.J., Horner’s brother, said Paul considered his work satire and explained that his brother’s unique eye for hoaxes and hypocrisy at a young age later worked as clickbait in the internet world.

“So I think that was a lot of the genius behind a lot of his work was pushing ideas that either people wanted to believe or thought was possible,” J.J. said.

Casey said toxicology reports from the medical examiner’s office are still pending. The case will remain open until those results are known and a cause of death is finalized.

Link to Wikipedia page for Paul Horner

His stories had an “enormous impact” on the 2016 U.S. presidential election according to CBS News;[38] they consistently appeared in Google’s top news search results, were shared widely on Facebook, and were taken seriously and shared by third parties such as Trump presidential campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, Eric Trump, ABC News, and Fox News.[39][40][41] Horner later claimed that his work during this period was intended “to make Trump’s supporters look like idiots for sharing my stories”.[42]

Actually, Horner’s stories weren’t total hoaxes. Obama is a homosexual. He’s more likely to be a Jew than a Muslim, however. And people were paid to protest at Trump rallies.

Horner shouldn’t have bragged that the put Trump in the White House. It’s not the sort of thing that Hillary Clinton would take lightly.

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.