After a date with Juliet Huddy, Donald Trump leaned in for a kiss.
Then what happened …
Former Fox News anchor Juliet Huddy said President Donald Trump tried to kiss her in an elevator around the time he married First Lady Melania.
Before Fox News Geraldo Rivera used the term “flirty” yesterday in defending men against charges of sexual harassment, I had defended workplace flirtations myself. The word “flirt” and it’s variations needs to be brought into the conversation that America is having these days about men and women and sex in the workplace.
Flirting and consensual sex was certainly the norm at my university. I don’t see why it wouldn’t be the same in many workplaces.
As I’ve said and will continue to say, right now the standard of proof to ruin a man is simply the accusation (unless you’re Al Franken). We’re in a moral panic that bears no resemblance to anything in history that I can recall other than the Salem witch trials.
Enjoy watching the mighty fall. Double your enjoyment because most of them are Jewish degenerates, perverts, and homosexuals. But be wary that every man in America is soon going to be under indictment by the public for the sins of the few.
Exactly how employers are going to be changing the workplace is unclear. Look for more women executives. Look for more sexual harassment training. Look for empowered women to make more false accusations.
This is the USSA and you’re just a peasant ready to be accused and sent to Siberia for any reason or no reason.
Fox News has responded with a stern statement in response to comments Geraldo Rivera made on Twitter, seeming to defend Matt Lauer.
After the Today show host was sacked on Wednesday for sexual harassment, Rivera came to Lauer’s defense on Twitter, calling him a ‘great guy’ and ‘a real gentleman’.
‘News is a flirty business & it seems like current epidemic of #SexHarassmentAllegations may be criminalizing courtship & conflating it w predation,’ Rivera said.
He went on to say that he thinks sexual harassment allegations should be made in a ‘timely fashion’ and include evidence like written communications or witnesses in order for them to be taken seriously.
‘With [cash] settlements in the multi-millions slight chance exists some victims are motivated by more than justice,’ he said.
Rivera’s company, Fox News, which has had its own sexual harassment scandals with former CEO Roger Ailes and anchor Bill O’Reilly, issued a stern response to Rivera’s comments.
‘Geraldo’s tweets do not reflect the views of FOX News or its management. We were troubled by his comments and are addressing them with him,’ the company said.
Rivera’s comments sparked a 1991 interview with Bette Midler to surface, in which she accused Rivera of groping her in the early 1970s.
In the Middler interview with Barbra Walters, the legendary singer and actress recounts her first time meeting Rivera , and says the meeting was ‘not funny,’ and that she might get in ‘trouble’ for the story of what happened when they met, but tells it anyway.
‘Geraldo and his producer came to do an interview with me, in the ’70s, in the early ’70s. This was when he was very hot,’ she explained.
‘He and his producer left the crew in the other room, they pushed me into my bathroom, they pushed two poppers under my nose, and proceeded to grope me. I did not offer myself up on the altar of Geraldo Rivera. He was unseemly.’
Four and a half minutes of Mark Dice commentary:
Two final thoughts: First, Geraldo might be laying the groundwork for a flood of accusations that he expects will be coming his way. His reputation as a womanizer is legendary. Somewhere along the way, he surely acted like a “jerk” with a woman or two.
Secondly, we are at the point in polite society where everything a woman says MUST be believed. If you challenge any story told by any woman, you’re going to be demonized and probably fired from your job. Sean Hannity’s common sense defense of Roy Moore offers an example.
Hopefully, we’re at peak political correctness right now and within five years today will seem like a distant nightmare never to be relived.
A nurse at one of the largest hospital systems in the nation who sparked an internal investigation after posting a controversial tweet reportedly “is no longer an employee” at Indiana University Health.
Taiyesha Baker, a nurse at the hospital, allegedly posted a tweet Friday under the account “Night Nurse,” saying that white women are raising sons who are “rapists,” “racists” and “killers.”
In a statement Sunday, a spokesperson for the hospital said “A recently hired IU Health employee tied to troubling posts on social media this weekend is no longer an employee of IU Health,” Fox 59 reported.
“Every white woman raises a detriment to society when they raise a son. Someone with the HIGHEST propensity to be a terrorist, rapist, racist, killer, and domestic violence all star. Historically every son you had should be sacrificed to the wolves b___,” the tweet read.
An IU Health spokesperson confirmed after the post was discovered that Baker is a registered nurse, but declined to reveal the hospital where she is currently employed.
“IU Health is aware of several troubling posts on social media which appear to be from a recently hired IU Health employee,” the hospital said in a statement. “Our HR department continues to investigate the situation and the authenticity of the posts. During the investigation, that employee (who does not work at Riley Hospital for Children) will have no access to patient care.”
Baker claimed to work in pediatrics in previously deleted tweets.
According to public records obtained by Fox 59, Baker was issued a nursing license on Oct. 30.
Heavy offers an in-depth look at Taiyesha’s Tweeting. She’s been a naughty Nog.
If she doesn’t lose her nurses’s license, she should only be allowed contact with her fellow Negros. There’s a serious question about whether she would harm white patients.
400 plus years in prison sounds like a lot and there may be some deterrent effect in the length, but the truth is that a 50 or 60 year sentence would be a life sentence for Brock Franklin. His lawyers even asked for 90 years, more than enough to put him away for life.
The judge here may be up for re-election and wants to appear to be tough on crime.
Let’s hope some future liberal governor doesn’t pardon him or some judge order a new trial based on a technicality.
CENTENNIAL, Colo. – A convicted child sex trafficker from Colorado was sentenced to 472 years in prison on Tuesday, the longest sentence for a human trafficking case in U.S. history.
Brock Franklin, 31, was found guilty of 30 counts, including soliciting for child prostitution, sexual assault and kidnapping by an Arapahoe County jury in March.
Franklin recruited young girls and women, and forced them into prostitution. There was physical abuse if they didn’t cooperate, according to KDVR.
He was one of seven people indicted by a statewide grand jury in 2015. Franklin was considered the leader of the human trafficking ring.
Three girls and five women cooperated with prosecutors during the case, which was brought under Colorado’s Organized Crime Control Act.
“I can’t begin to even explain what he did to my life,” one of the victims, Breahannah Leary, said.
Franklin walked into the courtroom calm and collected. He sat quietly as a judge read his fate. One victim stood up and addressed the court.
“Reading it today, and speaking and actually saying how I felt, and him having hearing and have to sit there and listen and listen to me, that brought me so much joy and that’s why I came today,” Leary said.
Sex trafficking continues to be a problem.
“A 400-year sentence sends a strong message across the country that we’re not going to tolerate this kind of violence to women and vulnerable populations,” Janet Drake with the Colorado Attorney General’s Office said.
The indictment shows drugs were used to control the women and girls. They had to meet a daily quota. Franklin forced them to have sex with him, then he’d sell their services online.
The defense asked for the minimum sentence of 96 years. The victims and prosecution asked for more — and that’s what Franklin got.
“He deserves every single minute in those walls,” Leary said.
Authorities believe more women were victimized.
Franklin should be put to death.
The colored folks are going wild. The legal system doesn’t understand that Franklin will take to prison like a duck takes to water. He’ll get to hang out with all his homies. There’s plenty of faggots for him to use for sex. With medical care and meals included, muh Nigga be sittin’ on top o’ da world.
Jewish chutzpah did him in.
If I had a TV I would turn the channel if he came on, so no great loss from my point of view.
Kiss frontman Gene Simmons—until this week, a favorite guest on Fox News and Fox Business Network programs, which couldn’t get enough of his supposedly outrageous rock-star antics mixed with conservative politics—has been banned for life from the right-leaning cable channels.
Fox finally had enough of Simmons after he crudely insulted female Fox staffers, taunted them and exposed his chest, and otherwise behaved like the “demon” character he plays onstage. Management was not amused, and Simmons’s photograph was promptly posted Wednesday at the security entrance of the company’s Manhattan headquarters along with a “do-not-admit” advisory.
Simmons’s publicist didn’t immediately respond to a request for comment.
The trouble started Wednesday morning after the Israeli-born Simmons—birth name: Chaim Witz, who dresses like a preening teenager at age 68—appeared on Fox & Friends and Maria Bartiromo’s Fox Business Network show, Mornings with Maria, to promote his new book On Power.
Things seemed to be going well enough when Simmons jumped up from the Fox & Friends couch to help meteorologist Janice Dean do her weather report—a delighted Dean later posted video on her Twitter feed—and then sat on a panel with Bartiromo, who asked his views on the Harvey Weinstein sexual-misconduct scandal.
“The lunatics have taken over the insane asylum when respected business entities such as yourself ask guys that like to stick their tongues out,” Simmons answered, “what I think of Harvey Weinstein.”
“Okay, I’m a powerful and attractive man, and what I’m about to say is deadly serious,” he continued. “Men are jackasses. From the time we’re young we have testosterone. I’m not validating it or defending it.”
Maybe not, but within minutes he was demonstrating it. According to a knowledgeable Fox News source, Simmons showed up on the 14th floor to do a book-plugging interview with FoxNews.com’s entertainment section, but instead barged in on a staff meeting uninvited.
“Hey chicks, sue me!” he shouted, and then pulled open his red velvet shirt to reveal his chest and belly, according to the source. Then he starting telling Michael Jackson pedophilia jokes, and then bopped two employees on the head with his book, making derisive comments about their comparative intelligence according to the sound their heads made when struck.
“It was pretty severe,” the source said.
After Simmons’s misconduct was reported to a supervisor, and then to human-resources executive Kevin Lord, the Kiss frontman was permanently banned from the building and will no longer be permitted on any Fox News or Fox Business Network programming.
His interview with FoxNews.com, meanwhile, was taped but will not be published.
HuffPo Contributor (((David Fagin))) must be nuts or be a satirist.
His defense of United States Senator (((Al Franken))), who’s admitted the accusations of sexual harassment brought against him, is bizarre.
Only a Yid could write this sort of trashy nonsense.
I’m guessing that HuffPo will remove this, it’s so insane, so I’m posting the entire hatchet job on Leeann Tweeden and Melanie Morgan.
The Framing of Al Franken by Two Trump Supporters; and the Dems Are Playing Right Along
Isn’t it amazing how, right about now, when Mueller’s team is just starting to bear fruit, and Pence and Don Jr. are being outed day by day, and Sessions is proved to be a flat-out liar, and Trump can’t seem to keep track of the mass shootings, and the Dems take Virginia and Oklahoma, and a couple of hundred thousand gallons of oil poor into South Dakota streams, and that low-life Moore is turning out to be one step short of a serial killer, suddenly, out of nowhere, one of the most outspoken critics of the GOP is accused of sexual assault? By two Trump supporters, no less?
I’m sorry. But something is rotten in Denmark. Two Trump supporting, right-wing zealots come forward with bottom of the barrel accusations directed at Senator Franken, and no one, not even the Dems, cries foul? No one takes a minute to step and say, “Wait a minute, here”?
That first paragraph packs more lies, omissions, and distortions than any ten normal Jews could come up with. The title too. You can’t be said to be framed when you admit to doing what they said you did.
An oil spill in South Dakota? I guess Trump did that. But don’t forget the millions of barrels of oil that spilled into the Gulf of Mexico when Obama was president.
Roy Moore compared to a serial killer for flirting? Come now, muh Jew. Are you really that nuts?
Actually, he must be because he goes on to demonize the two women who attributed some obnoxious sexual behavior to Senator Al Franken, a liberal Democrat.
In the Democrat world, liberals don’t ever do anything wrong. Like Bill Clinton, for example.
When I heard Sean Hannity on the radio (I don’t watch TV so I didn’t see his TV show), I heard him say in defense of Roy Moore that he wasn’t present when Roy had an alleged sexual encounter with a 14 year old girl.
Defending Roy Moore, even with a common sense statement like Hannity’s, is going to get you punished.
Ih Hannity’s case the punishment came from his advertisers in response to liberal screams of anguish.
Fans of Sean Hannity have called for a boycott of Keurig after the coffee machine company joined at least two other companies to stop advertising on the Fox News show.
On Friday, Keurig and Realtor.com announced on Twitter that they would stop advertising on Hannity’s shows after complaints about the host’s defense of embattled Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore.
“We worked with our media partner and Fox news to stop our ad from airing during the Sean Hannity Show,” Keurig announced on Friday, responding to a tweet from Angelo Carusone, the president of the left-leaning advocacy group Media Matters for America.
Similarly, past sponsor Realtor.com tagged Media Matters when it tweeted, “We are not currently, and will not be running TV ads on Hannity.”
And plus-size fashion label Eloquii announced, “Hannity is blocked from our advertising list.”
The only one of these companies that I have any dealings with is realtor.com. I visit their website, but won’t be doing so in the future.
Hannity would be one of the last to defend a pedophile. In fact, I recall him saying that if Roy did what he’s accused of, he should drop out of the Alabama Senate race. Since I’m not politically correct, I have argued the opposite: Roy Moore must become the next Senator from Alabama if Trump is to succeed in draining even a small part of the swamp.
As reported at The Gateway Pundit, some people are smashing their Keurig machines: