Fake News? Black Fox News Chatterbox Claims Death Threats, Goes to Media Instead of Police

EBONI K. WILLIAMS. DEFINITELY CREAM IN HER COFFEE.

Ugh! All that chatter all day long on Fox News. Who knows how many thousands of mostly worthless words are uttered in the low value opinions offered on TV.

The chatterbox named Eboni K. Williams took on a familiar role on Fox: Blame whitey. Just like (((Krauthammer))) did.

I’ve bolded the last paragraph to show an example of inferior thinking abilities. None of these fools on TV are worth listening to, excerpt maybe Tucker and possibly Hannity. I’d rather watch Styx, Molyneaux, and for fun, Dice, on youtube.

You can watch Eboni’s video here.

Variety

Eboni K. Williams had never received anything like the responses she garnered after she aired her grievances with President Trump while on-air on “The Fox News Specialists.”

The co-host addressed Trump on Monday in her “Eboni’s Docket” segment, which she writes herself, berating him for failing to specify white nationalist groups in his condemnation of the violence that occurred at Charlottesville, Va., over the weekend. She told Variety in an interview on Wednesday that her personal website, which usually receives an average of 10-15 emails after each segment, was inundated with over 150 emails, only three of which were anything other than “seething, scathing” takedowns.

“I should meet my maker soon, I shouldn’t be allowed to walk the streets of New York,” she cited as some examples of the type of comments she received. “They heard that I live in Harlem — Harlem needs to watch out.” Her book publisher became so concerned that he asked her to request additional security from Fox News, which she did — Williams is now escorted to and from the building when she arrives to work. Her book, “Pretty Powerful: Appearance, Substance, and Success,” is available next month.

Williams explained that the typical responses she gets from Fox News viewers, while sometimes disagreeing with her views, often praise her ability to formulate her arguments and present them on-air, which is what makes this week’s digression so shocking for her. She chalked up the new level of vitriol directed at her as partly due to President Trump’s “tacit compliance” of violent political rhetoric, which she said was apparent in his Tuesday morning retweet — now deleted — of an image of a train running over someone with the CNN logo edited in over them.

“When you don’t speak out and condemn, that’s tacit compliance in my book,” she said. “So whether President Trump approves of it actually, or actually wants it, I think is irrelevant because what we know is that these people think they are acting on behalf of the President of the United States.” She added that the retweet was “typical and unfortunately expected” and that while it is protected free speech, it does little to help the situation.

“It flies in the face of what I hoped would be a better day post-Congressman Steve Scalise’s shooting, where for two seconds, everybody said, ‘Let’s do better, let’s do better, we can disagree, but let’s stop with the violent political rhetoric,’ and, really, what becomes violent political action.”

Williams reiterated her “Docket” belief that Trump’s supporters will never turn on him, and added that she thinks that’s where his power to call out the behavior that resulted in Heather Heyer’s death lies. “I truly believe what he said, that he could shoot someone on Fifth Avenue and they will stand by him,” she said. “So I think that empowers him to actually forcefully reject and speak directly to the fears and the anger that’s driving this level of violence and white supremacy and Nazism, I think he can actually speak it down in an aggressive way and they will still support him.”

Williams is a registered independent and voted for Obama, who she has nevertheless openly criticized in the past. Williams compared Obama’s stance on violence in Chicago to Trump’s stance now. “While I think President Obama was uniquely positioned as a black man and the leader of the free world in that moment to speak to those black males in Chicago in a way I would have better appreciated, it’s a similar thing with President Trump right now,” she said. “He’s a white male that represents…the patriarchal, white male dominant structure, so he could speak to white America in a way that Obama never could.”

Many of Williams’ critics took issue with their perception that she didn’t address the role of the counter-protesters in the violence that occurred at Charlottesville in her “Docket” speech. “I don’t think they were at fault because they didn’t drive a car into a crowd of people and kill Heather Heyer,” Williams said. “That was one individual that self-identified as a white nationalist and Nazi. To even have an analysis beyond that is irresponsible.”

This one might as well work for CNN. She and Don Lemon might hit it off. Oh, I forgot. He’s a queer, isn’t he?

As to all of this business about feeling threatened, as Harry Truman once said, “If you can’t stand the heat, get out of the kitchen.”

What Does Ben Shapiro Know that We Don’t?

Ben Shapiro is a conservative Jewish author and the editor-in-chief of the Daily Wire news website.

And for that matter, what does Trump’s friend Sean Hannity know that we don’t?

Seth Rich? Hillary Clinton? Obama? Pizzagate? 9/11 truth? Kennedy assassination truth? UFO truth? Charlottesville truth? North Korea?

Fox’s (((Krauthammer))): Trump a “moral disgrace”

There’s literally way too much anti-Trump rhetoric going on Tuesday night (and I’m sure all day Wednesday) for me to cover all of it.

What happened when Trump spoke up against leftist violence at his Tuesday presser is that the media knew that his words would reunite us in support of him. So, they began a relentless campaign to paint Trump as some horrible ogre–for condemning violence by anyone.

The media figured out that normies would say to themselves, “Yeah, that’s the right thing to say. No one should be allowed to get away with terrorist acts.” So, they began their slander. You know the score: Trump is a racist. Trump is the new Hitler. Trump wants to kill 6 million Jews. Impeach Trump now.

Jew Krauthammer has always been a “never Trump” guy. He’s capable of any slander, disguised as news commentary:

National Review

On Fox News, Laura Ingraham offered only a mild critique of President Trump’s comments on the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville. Charles Krauthammer would have none of it. He explained:

To critique what [President Trump] did today on the grounds that it distracts from the agenda or was a tactical mistake, I believe, is a cop-out. What Trump did today was a moral disgrace. What he did is he reverted back to where he was on Saturday, and made it very clear that what he read on Monday, two days later, was a hostage tape. Clearly reading off a prompter, saying these denunciations by name of the KKK et cetera — that wasn’t Trump speaking, that was the aids speaking. . . .

What Trump is missing here is the uniqueness of white supremacy, KKK, and Nazism. Yes, there were bad guys on both sides. That’s not the point. This was instigated, instituted — the riot began over a Nazi riot, a Nazi rally. And the only killing here occurred by one of the pro-Nazi, pro-KKK people.

Krauthammer, the lying Jew who speakth with forked tongue, has just labeled every single person rallying to save a Robert E. Lee statue from the scrap heap as a f*cking Nazi. F*ck Krauthammer. That big lie won’t fly.

Krauthammer also fails to mention that the Dodge driver (the person arrested, James Fields) is a Jew, like Krauthammer. We don’t actually know much of anything about Fields, but Krauthammer has the gall to call him pro-Nazi.

Why is this lying Jew Deep State operative even on TV? He’s repulsive in face and soul. Wheelchair bound Krauthammer also advocates murder. So long as it benefits Jews.

Fox News Host Eric Bolling Sues Muslim Journalist for $50M Over Lewd Photo Allegation

Yashur Ali has been called out as crazy or sex obsessed before.

Eric Bolling, suspended Fox News host, has essentially labeled him a liar. It would be great to see a liberal Muslim writer ruined. He could always find work as a future taxi driver.

Excerpt from Hollywood Reporter

Yashar Ali is being sued over stories about sexual harassment via text message.
Recently suspended Fox News host Eric Bolling is suing journalist Yashar Ali for defamation and is seeking $50 million in damages.

The lawsuit comes just days after Ali wrote an Aug. 4 story for HuffPost claiming that more than a dozen sources told him Bolling sent “an unsolicited photo of male genitalia via text message to at least two colleagues at Fox Business and one colleague at Fox News.”

On Saturday, Fox News suspended Bolling — recently a host on the talk show Fox News Specialists and Cashin’ In and formerly of The Five — amid an investigation into the claims. He has worked at Fox News since 2008.

Ali wrote Wednesday on Twitter that he has received a summons from Bolling and says he stands by his reporting and will protect his sources. In the initial story, Ali says he spoke to 14 sources on the condition of anonymity because they either currently work at the networks, can’t speak to press without permission or signed confidentiality agreements.

The summons, which was filed Wednesday in New York state court, says Bolling is seeking both damages and injunctive relief arising from Ali’s efforts to injure his reputation through “intentional and/or highly reckless publication of actionable false and misleading statements” about his conduct and character.

HuffPost issued a statement in response to the summons: “Yashar Ali is a careful and meticulous reporter. We stand by his reporting.” Editor-in-chief Lydia Polgreen also wrote on Twitter that Ali is a paid freelancer under contract with HuffPost and the outlet has “no hesitation about standing by him financially in this case.”

Because Bolling is a public figure, to succeed on a defamation claim he will have to prove Ali either knew the information was false or acted with reckless disregard for the truth. He has retained Michael Bowe and Ronald Rossi from Kasowitz Benson Torres — the firm whose name partner Marc Kasowitz reps President Donald Trump. The firm also has ties to ousted Fox News host Bill O’Reilly.

In addition to HuffPost, Ali writes for Mother Jones and New York magazines. He has previously worked in politics, having served as deputy chief of staff to then-San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsom.

Ali has been described in press reports as a “Los Angeles businessman” and was named a “Hillblazer” for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign, a term that refers to individuals “who have contributed and/or raised $100,000 or more for Hillary for America, the Hillary Victory Fund and/or the Hillary Action Fund since the launch of this historic campaign on April 12, 2015.”

Ali also noted that HuffPost isn’t named in the suit. “[H]e is coming after me personally,” he tweeted. “I’m a big boy…but very telling.”

Video Emerges of Eric Bolling’s So-Called Sexual Harassment

One of Eric Bolling’s accusers, Dr. Caroline Heldman, pictured above, has been reported as “married” to another woman professor, Danielle Dirks, since 2014. Heldman denies such a marriage, although does state that radical feminist Dirks is her best friend.

SOCIOLOGY PROFESSOR DANIELLE DIRKS.

I smell man-hating feminists who are anti-rape activists (anti white male activists).

Watch on youtube as Bolling calls Heldman Dr. McHottie.

The above video must be at least a year or more old. The Fox News host in the video, Brenda Buttner, died on February 17, 2017. Anyone who considers this incident to be sexual harassment has their head screwed on wrong.

This piece from Heavy is the latest I could find on Dr. McHottie, Caroline Heldman. Heldman is an anti-Trump leftist professor at Occidental College.

“Bolling would also contact me via phone and text after shows, sometimes to apologize for his behavior (and then do it again), and sometimes just to talk. He said he wanted to fly me out to New York for in-studio hits and to have ‘fun.’ He asked me to have meals with him on several occasions, but I found excuses not to go,” Heldman wrote (in part) on August 5.

“Once, he took me up to his office in New York, showed me his baseball jerseys, and in the brief time I was there, let me know that his office was his favorite place to have sex. I know other women have had similar experiences with Bolling, which means that lots of folks at Fox knew about his behavior well before 2017,” Heldman continued.

Unsurprisingly, she faced a great deal of backlash following her post. In response — or seemingly so — Heldman updated the cover photo on her Facebook page. She used an email that she received that called her a “liar,” though it was misspelled as “lier.”

“Bolling was one of three men from whom I experienced sexual harassment and gender discrimination (the others being Bill O’Reilly and Woody Fraser). O’Reilly was creepy in person; told me ‘when I was in college, professors didn’t look like you’; then called me ‘hysterical’ during a show, edited the interview, and retaliated by never having me on his show again,” Heldman wrote in her recent Facebook post.

Back in April, Heldman said she filed a complaint with Fox against O’Reilly. Hours later, O’Reilly was fired by the network, though it’s unclear if Heldman’s complaint actually had anything to do with that.

According to the Daily Mail, “Heldman is an advocate for rape victims and spearheads a campaign to do away with California’s statute of limitations in rape cases.”

Through his attorney, Eric Bolling denies any guilt.

Heldman is toxic, seeing sexual harassment everywhere. God help any male students in her classes.

Breaking! Fox News Trump Supporter Eric Bolling Suspended

ERIC BOLLING AND WIFE.

Fox News host Eric Bolling comes across as a manly man with a healthy interest in the opposite sex. He’s the kind of male who is out of fashion today, where pajama boys, metrosexuals, and an assortment of fags are presented as role models to young men.

It’s easy to mentally picture Bolling flirting with the ladies. It’s not as easy, but not impossible to mentally picture him sending “inappropriate” photos to some of the seemingly sexualized Fox News “babes.”

The purge of Trump supporters at Fox should prove one thing: If Trump were truly controlled opposition, his high profile supporters would not be facing so much adversity.

Eric Bolling has recently become a big name on Fox News, after years of toiling in relative obscurity. By the time Fox is done, will anyone who supports Trump be left?

Bolling denies sending three Fox women pictures of male junk. It’s not clear if the pictures were of him or of other males, such as pron stars or perhaps news photos of Anthony Weiner’s private parts.

Yahoo

“Fox News Specialists” host Eric Bolling has been suspended from Fox News amid allegations that he sent unsolicited photos of male genitalia several years ago to at least two colleagues at Fox Business Network and at least one colleague at Fox News, Mediaite reported on Saturday. The claims were first reported by HuffPost, which cited a dozen sources.

“Eric Bolling has been suspended pending the results of an investigation, which is currently underway,” Fox News said in a statement emailed to Business Insider. The probe is being conducted by the law firm Paul Weiss.

The women who made the allegations against Bolling are either current or previous Fox employees who, when they received the messages, told colleagues they were very “upsetting” and “offensive.” One woman said that when she replied to Bolling’s text and told him never to send her photos like that again, he didn’t reply back.

When HuffPost contacted Fox on Friday, a spokesperson told the outlet, “We were just informed of this and plan to investigate the matter.”

When he was asked whether Bolling had ever sent any unsolicited or inappropriate messages to his colleagues at either Fox News or Fox Business, Bolling’s attorney Michael J. Bowe replied, “Mr. Bolling recalls no such inappropriate communications, does not believe he sent any such communications, and will vigorously pursue his legal remedies for any false and defamatory accusations that are made.”

Before getting a spot on “Fox News Specialists,” Bolling was a co-host on the popular evening program, “The Five.” He is an avid defender of President Donald Trump and has frequently drawn praise from the president. While Bolling’s suspension is in effect, rotating substitute hosts will be in place on The Specialists, as well as on Bolling’s weekend segment, “Cashin’ In.”

Fox News’ parent company, 21st Century Fox, has seen a stream of high-profile departures over the last year in the wake of a number of sexual harassment scandals.

It started last summer, when former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes, now deceased, was forced to resign when then host Gretchen Carlson accused him of unwanted sexual advances. Carlson subsequently left the network.

In April, primetime star Bill O’Reilly was forced to tender his resignation as well, following an exodus of advertisers that came on the heels of an explosive report saying O’Reilly and Fox News had paid out $13 million to five women to settle sexual-harassment claims they had brought against him. Multiple other women also accused O’Reilly of sexual harassment after the initial revelations.

Primetime commentator Megyn Kelly also left Fox News this year, reportedly partially because she was upset by O’Reilly’s criticism of her for publicly commenting on the sexual harassment she faced at Fox News, The New York Times reported in April.

Kelly talked about having been sexually harassed by Ailes in her book, which O’Reilly criticized her for in November. During an appearance on “CBS This Morning,” O’Reilly shot back at Kelly’s remarks and said, “Look, it’s open season. Let’s whack the Fox News Channel. I’ve had enough of it. It’s a good place to work, all right?”

In July, Jamie Horowitz, then the president of Fox Sports, was also fired amid an ongoing sexual harassment probe into his actions when he spearheaded the network.

An informative profile of Bolling and family can be read at Heavy. Bolling has one son and is a devout Catholic, going to church seven days a week.

Let’s see what happens here. I hope that another normal white man hasn’t been taken down by feminists.

Wasserman Schultz IT Aide Arrested Trying to Leave Country

IMRAN AWAN HAS BEEN ARRESTED.

A Paki crook was hired by the Jewess Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz to be her IT person. He (and other members of his family) allegedly had access to all Congressional emails and other confidential documents.

He was arrested yesterday for bank fraud, but there’s much more to what is likely to prove a case that the Democrat party is a threat to the American system of government.

Watch the short video to gain perspective on the story.

Don’t be surprised that if in the near future Awan’s name is added to the Clinton body count. I hope someone is keeping a close eye on him before he shoots himself in the back of the head a few times in a successful suicide.

Fox News

A House IT staffer at the center of a congressional computer equipment scandal has been arrested by federal officials and charged with bank fraud, Fox News has learned.

Fox News is told officers and agents from the U.S. Capitol Police, the FBI and Customs and Border Protection were involved in the arrest of Imran Awan at Dulles International Airport.

Awan, 37, of Virginia, pleaded not guilty Tuesday to one count of bank fraud during his arraignment in federal court in Washington, D.C. He was released but will have to wear a GPS monitor and abide by a curfew.

Awan also was ordered to turn over all his passports. A preliminary hearing is scheduled for Aug. 21.

Law enforcement authorities for months have been looking into how Awan may have double-billed the House for equipment like computers, iPads, monitors, keyboards and routers. Several relatives of Awan worked for House Democrats and were fired months ago. Awan, however, was kept on staff by Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., even though he was no longer allowed access to the House server network.

Wasserman Schultz, though, has now fired Awan. Spokesman David Damron said Tuesday in a statement:

“Mr. Awan previously served as a part-time employee but his services have been terminated. No charges, evidence or findings from the investigation have been formally shared with our office, so we cannot comment on them.”

Authorities also have looked into IT workers putting sensitive House information on the “cloud” and potentially exposing it to outside sources.

Fox News is told that federal officials arrested Awan at Dulles airport in suburban Virginia as he was “trying to leave the country.”

The criminal complaint and affidavit said he had bought a ticket to fly Monday to Doha, Qatar, and then Lahore, Pakistan, with a return flight booked for early January. The affidavit specifically alleged he engaged in a scheme to defraud a Congressional Federal Credit Union. It did not appear to go in depth into the other matters investigators have been looking into.

Meanwhile, the counsel for Wasserman Schultz, the former Democratic National Committee chairwoman, recently began negotiating with Capitol Police for access to her laptop in the case. Until this point, she had resisted USCP efforts to look at her computer – even suggesting “consequences” for the agency if the computer was not promptly returned.

Fox News first reported last week that arrests were coming in the case.

Awan and his relatives worked for House Democrats for more than a decade, earning hundreds of thousands of dollars. But Awan declared bankruptcy in 2012.

Awan is of Pakistani descent, and Democratic sources have argued the family’s ethnicity is a factor in the attention they’re receiving.

Awan is just one more example of the cultural enrichment that immigrants bring to America.