Lawsuit: Black Fox News Anchor Plays the Race Card

Kelly Wright? Who dat?

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An African-American on-air host for Fox News has joined a group of current and former employees suing the cable channel and some of its senior executives for alleged racial discrimination.

Kelly Wright, who is a Saturday afternoon anchor for Fox News and a former co-host of the weekend edition of “Fox & Friends,” is one of 11 current and former employees seeking class action status for their lawsuit. Mr. Wright claims in the suit that his race has held him back at the channel and that he has been “asked to perform the role of a ‘ Jim Crow ’— the racist caricature of a Black entertainer.”

A 14-year Fox News veteran, Mr. Wright said he hasn’t been offered the same chances for advancement as his white colleagues and that he was “forced to endure many racist comments,” according to the complaint. He added it is a running joke among the cast and crew at Fox News that he would get more air time if “he dyed his hair blonde.”

The suit, which was originally filed in the New York State Supreme Court in Bronx County last month by two black women who worked in the payroll department at Fox News, has been amended to include 11 people. Aside from Mr. Wright, the rest of the plaintiffs are current and former employees at the channel who work in payroll and accounting.

Sad Bill O Breaks Silence: “The truth will come out.”


Bill O’Reilly admits he would like to be King of Cable News again.

Will someone hire him, given the cloud of accusations hanging over him? His fans don’t care about those accusations or simply don’t believe them.

At age 67 does Bill O have enough time to rehabilitate himself the way Mel Gibson did? Probably not, so he’d better move fast.

NY Mag

Bill O’Reilly returned from vacation on Monday night, but in a much different venue than he anticipated when he signed off of his Fox News show on April 11. Five days after he was fired from the network over allegations of sexual harassment, O’Reilly addressed the controversy in a podcast posted on his personal website. “I am sad that I’m not on television anymore,” O’Reilly said. “I was very surprised how it all turned out.”

O’Reilly’s podcast, The No Spin News, has been available to his website’s subscribers since 2009. New episodes, which air Monday through Thursday, will be free to download this week.

During Monday night’s 19-minute episode, O’Reilly said he intends to turn the podcast “into a genuine news program.” The broadcast included a discussion of President Trump’s poll numbers, attacks on the mainstream press, and a dig at Senator Elizabeth Warren. This is how he addressed his firing from Fox News:

I am sad that I’m not on television anymore. I was very surprised how it all turned out. I can’t say a lot, because there’s much stuff going on right now.

But I can tell you that I’m very confident the truth will come out, and when it does, I don’t know if you’re going to be surprised — but I think you’re going to be shaken, as I am. There’s a lot of stuff involved here.

Now, I can’t say any more because I just don’t want to influence the flow of the information. I don’t want the media to take what I say and misconstrue it. However you, as a loyal O’Reilly listener, have a right to know, I think, down the lane what exactly happened. And we are working in that direction, okay?

It’s unclear why O’Reilly felt he couldn’t say more. As the Washington Post notes, the sexual harassment lawsuits against O’Reilly have been settled, and presumable his $25 million severance package bars him from suing Fox News.

O’Reilly has insisted that the harassment allegations were all unfounded. His attorneys claimed he was the victim of a “smear campaign is being orchestrated by far-left organizations,” and said they had evidence to prove it. As we learned from strategy emails the O’Reilly team accidentally forwarded to a Politico reporter last week, they considered telling the Murdochs about a conference call the liberal watchdog group Media Matters and Democratic fundraiser Mary Pat Bonner were coordinating to discuss their effort pressure advertisers to pull out of his show.

Tucker Carlson praised Bill O as he took over the king’s time slot on Monday.

Tucker with Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner: Full Interview, Negative Reactions

The world has a new political analyst. Let us rejoice. Or not.

Sample youtube comments:

still sounds like a man all his money cant change that

I just want to poke sticks in my eyes everytime this thing-man dressed as a women infects the airwaves….. a totally disgusting creature who should crawl back to the slime found at the bottom of the oceans…….

Go to 8:15 in the video to see the mental illness on full display. I wonder if all trans people are mentally ill like this one.

It is really rather like the things that sometimes crawl out from under your fridge and you just want to stomp on – creepy.

Lol at 8:00 when tucker asked if its fair for trans men to compete with females..

caitlyn said theres no big advantage, tucker replied but there is a physical advantage to the trans

caitlyn replies ” ye ha .. well we not gonna get into all that kind of stuff.. physical has nothing to do with it”

she let it slip there.

Obviously a trans man competing with females has a fucking advantage. males are naturally stronger than females.

because of political correctness we are actually ignoring science in the MSM.
so fucking sad.

Fox’s Trump Supporter Sean Hannity Accused of Sexual Harassment by Bleached Blonde Jew

Muh Jew lady has a history of being a fake conservative. Hannity should weather the storm that is being fired up by the liberal media, but in reality he, like O’Reilly, no longer fits the Fox agenda.

Will Hannity, a neocon Zionist who always supports Israel understand now the depths of Jewish treachery? No, of course not. But he’s a brother under attack by a lying Jewish fake conservative (focused on exterminating Muslims), so there’s no reason for us to throw him under the bus and every reason to back him.

Huffington Post

Sean Hannity is the latest Fox News star to be accused of sexual harassment.

In an interview with the Pat Campbell Show on Friday, former Fox News contributor Debbie Schlussel claimed that Hannity had invited her to his hotel room — twice — when they appeared together for one of his programs. But when she rebuffed him, Schlussel said that she was never asked back on the show.

Schlussel claimed the “awkward” incident began when Hannity invited her to a store where he was signing books. While there, she said Hannity asked her: “Why don’t you come back with me to my hotel?” Schlussel said she responded: “No, I have to get ready for the show.”

Schlussel said Hannity pressed her again to come to his hotel room after the show taping, which did not go well. She refused.

“I wasn’t booked on his show again, and he called me and yelled at me,” Schlussel said. “It was made clear to me that I didn’t go back to his hotel with him after. I got a very weird feeling about the whole thing, and I kind of knew I wouldn’t be back on his show.”


She added: “This kind of stuff is all over the place at Fox News and anything that has to do with Sean Hannity.”

Her comments were aired just days after Bill O’Reilly’s ouster by Fox News in the wake of revelations that he and the company had paid out some $13 million to women who accused him of sexual harassment.

Fox News provided a statement to The Huffington Post from Hannity who said that Schlussel’s claims were “100 percent false and a complete fabrication.” He called her a “serial harasser who has been lying about me for well over a decade,” and threatened to sue her using a “team of some of the finest and toughest lawyers in the country.”

Hannity also characterized Schlussel’s comments as part of a “coordinated effort afoot to now silence those with conservative views.”

Schlussel, however, is a conservative. One sign of her politics was her repeated — and false — claim beginning in 2006 that President Barack Obama was a Muslim, insisting: “Once a Muslim, always a Muslim.”

But Schlussel has also clashed with Hannity, whom she referred to as “Vannity.” In 2007, she accused him of plagiarizing one of her columns. Three years later, she said the Freedom Alliance, a charity linked to Hannity, was involved in questionable practices, which the charity vehemently denied.

“This is not the first time Debbie Schlussel has lied about Sean Hannity,” Fox News stated. A point-by-point refutation of Schlussel’s attacks on the charity was also included.

Fox’s track record on sexual harassment, on the other hand, is abysmal. Before the most recent controversy over O’Reilly, several women had accused former Fox News chairman Roger Ailes of sexual harassment, which ultimately resulted in millions of dollars in payoffs. Former Fox News host Alisyn Camerota just revealed on Sunday that Ailes made inappropriate sexual comments to her and told her she’d have to meet him in a hotel if she wanted more opportunities at the network.

Ailes was eventually forced out of the company with a $40 million golden parachute. O’Reilly received a $25 million settlement as part of his deal to leave.

Over the weekend, Hannity posted a Twitter rant after he was named by The New York Times as one of President Donald Trump’s private advisers. He called the story “total fake news speculation,” then wondered if the Times had found out whom he talks to because perhaps he’s being “surveilled and unmasked by the NSA.”

Richard Spencer Claims O’Reilly’s Firing is the End of Boomer Conservatism (Video)

Richard Spencer contrasts Tucker Carlson to Bill O’Reilly at the start of this video. He was never an O’Reilly fan.

Spencer isn’t a very good speaker, but if you’re interested in Fox News then he offers a few good ideas here. The analysis gets stronger toward the end of the 30 minutes at the point where he starts analyzing O’Reilly clips from The Factor.

Published on Apr 21, 2017

Richard Spencer discusses the Bill O’Reilly sex scandal, the bleak future of FOX News, and how O’Reilly came to define an era of Baby Boomer conservatism.

Bruce “Caitlyn” Jenner (Minus His PP) to Be Tucker’s First Guest in New Timeslot Monday


Will I be watching?

Hell, no. Not even if I had TV.

Read the comments at Variety. Tucker’s fans are NOT happy.


Caitlyn Jenner will be interviewed by Tucker Carlson Monday, the Fox News host’s first night in Bill O’Reilly’s old timeslot.

Jenner will appear on the 8 p.m. ET telecast of “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” The Olympian and “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” star will discuss President Donald Trump and the current divide in American politics.

Fox News on Wednesday announced that Carlson would move from 9 p.m. to 8 p.m., taking over the primetime lead-off spot from “The O’Reilly Factor.” The network officially parted ways with O’Reilly this week amid a sexual harassment controversy.

Caitlyn is going to show off his/her/its new female body by going full nude in a magazine, Vanity Fair if I recall correctly. We can all enjoy the sight of a man minus his d*ck when the photos are published.


The surgeon that did the work said the process is very hard to complete and they usually give the patient a year to decide whether or not to go through with the surgery.



The Daily Mail explained how the surgery works in an article last year.

This Daily Mail article from April 10 of this year discusses the transformation.


Fake News? Russia Says It Can Wipe Out Entire U.S. Navy with ONE Electronic Bomb

Fox News

Russia has claimed it can disable the entire US Navy in one fell swoop using powerful electronic signal jamming.

A news report from the country – where the media is essentially controlled by the state – said the technology could render planes, ships and missiles useless.

The newsreader says: “Today, our Russian Electronic Warfare (REW) troops can detect and neutralise any target from a ship’s system and a radar, to a satellite.”

The news report claims a single Russian war plane flew several times around American destroyer the USS Donald Cook in the Black Sea several years ago, disabling its systems and leaving it helpless.

The report also claims they are capable to creating electronic jamming domes over their bases that make them invisible on radar screens.

The propaganda piece even quotes top US General Frank Gorenc as saying: “Russian electronic weapons completely paralyse the functioning of American electronic equipment installed on missiles, aircraft and ships.”

The reporter adds: “You don’t need to have expensive weapons to win – powerful radio-electronic jamming is enough.”

The news comes after Donald Trump dispatched the USS Carl Vinson, powered by nuclear reactors, carrying almost 100 aircraft and accompanied by destroyers, a cruiser, and a submarine to the Korean Peninsula.

And the commander-in-chief is said to be bolstering American deployment in the region by sending the USS Ronald Reagan and the USS Nimitz to the Sea of Japan next week.

Russia, along with China, is said to have sent a spy ship to the area to ward off the task force amid rising tensions in the region.

And Putin urged the US to show “restraint”.

Meanwhile, in response to this story, Popular Mechanics reports that there is no electronic bomb.

The Russian TV report is an explainer on Russian Electronic Warfare (REW) troops, which the reporter claims can “neutralize any target” from “a ship’s system to a radar to a satellite.” This apparently includes synthetic aperture radars on NATO satellites, aircraft, and other platforms, which can form images of targets in the air and on the ground using radar waves. In this case, “neutralizing” doesn’t mean blowing something to bits, but rather jamming its radar sensors to effectively render it blind.

The Russian news report concludes with the bombastic line, “You don’t need to have expensive weapons to win – powerful radio-electronic jamming is enough.” That claim isn’t supported by the actual report, which says REW systems can only shut down enemy radars and hide friendly forces. To actually win a war, you need to kill the enemy and break stuff—something radio waves can’t do.

The Russian television and Sun tabloid story are both blends of real and fake news. Russia’s electronic warfare troops do indeed have some powerful electronic warfare systems—but pay no mind to oddball claims that they can make enemy sailors resign out of sheer fear or win wars singlehandedly.