Clinton Foundation will reportedly keep Weinstein’s donations totaling $250,000

Whether you care about this issue or not, if the Clintons are made to look even sleezier than they already look, then this is a win for the alt-right and a loss for the left.

Fox News

THE LEAD STORY: The Clinton Foundation reportedly will not return as much as $250,000 in donations from disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein following multiple accusations of sexual harassment and rape … The foundation said donations, ranging from $100,000 to $250,000, have already been spent on projects, The Daily Mail reported. The move to keep the money was expected following tweets from the foundation’s spokesman Craig Minassian. “Suggesting @ClintonFdn return funds from our 330,000+ donors ignores the fact that donations have been used to help people across the world,” Minassian tweeted.

The calls to return Weinstein’s money were prompted after multiple actresses accused the Hollywood executive of sexual assault and rape, forcing numerous politicians and organization to grapple with the dilemma. When asked about Weinstein’s donations last week, Hillary Clinton said “there’s no one to give it back to” and that she would give any Weinstein contributions to charity. Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton avoided answering questions about Weinstein’s donations outside a Clinton Global Initiative University event at Northeastern University over the weekend.

This story is trending on Twitter, which is ready to rip the Clintons a third ***hole. (They already have two)

The libtard Tweets comparing Trump to Harvey Weinstein are really lame and ineffective. I’ve left those out because the comparison isn’t truthful.

The Daily Mail goes beyond Fox in offering additional details about the Clinton sleeze.

Hillary Clinton faced criticism during the election for accepting millions in donations from foreign governments while she was serving as secretary of state, including Qatar, Algeria and Oman.

Critics said the donations created a conflict of interest and were a potential violation of an ethics agreement Clinton signed with the Obama administration that placed restrictions on the foundation’s foreign government funding.

In 2006, the Clinton Foundation also accepted $25,000 from billionaire and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.

Epstein pleaded guilty to soliciting sex acts from a minor in 2008, after an extensive FBI investigation that looked into multiple allegations involving Epstein and underage girls.

I wonder if the Foundation paid the two weeks rent on this vacation home the Clintons rented for $100,000.

They say that charity begins at home. For the Clintons and their numerous vacation rentals, that’s true.

Harvey Weinstein expelled from motion picture academy

At least some of the pukes who gave the boot to Harvey knew exactly what he had been doing and said nothing.

These hypocrites do not deserve a break. Let (((Hollywood))) continue to devour more of its own.

We see how quickly Jews will turn on their fellow Jews when the chips are down and shekels are at stake.

Excerpt from Los Angeles Times

mbattled film mogul Harvey Weinstein — a once-dominant force in the Academy Awards who rewrote the rules of Oscar campaigning — has been expelled from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in response to mounting allegations of sexual harassment and assault against him.

The film academy’s 54-member board of governors, which includes such industry luminaries as Steven Spielberg, Tom Hanks, Kathleen Kennedy and Whoopi Goldberg, voted in an emergency meeting on Saturday morning to remove Weinstein from the organization’s ranks in an unprecedented public rebuke of a prominent industry figure. The move marked the latest blow in Weinstein’s stunning downfall and, in symbolic terms, amounts to a virtual expulsion from Hollywood itself.

In removing Weinstein from its ranks, the academy said in a statement, “We do so not simply to separate ourselves from someone who does not merit the respect of his colleagues but also to send a message that the era of willful ignorance and shameful complicity in sexually predatory behavior and workplace harassment in our industry is over. What’s at issue here is a deeply troubling problem that has no place in our society. The Board continues to work to establish ethical standards of conduct that all Academy members will be expected to exemplify.”

Since reports of Weinstein’s alleged misconduct toward dozens of women first surfaced in the New York Times on Oct. 5, the academy had been under increasing pressure to take action against him. On Tuesday, the National Organization for Women publicly called for Weinstein’s removal, stating, “A sexual predator doesn’t deserve the privilege of an academy membership — and all the opportunities to wield outsize power that come with it.”

Don’t give the Clintons and other high profile Democrats a pass either.

Twenty-one members of the film academy’s board are women — as is its chief executive, Dawn Hudson — and in recent years the organization has taken steps to dramatically increase the number of women in its historically overwhelmingly male ranks.

In the past several days, a number of academy members expressed their feelings both privately and publicly that Weinstein had no place in the film industry’s most prestigious organization. CBS Films President Terry Press, who regularly battled Weinstein on the awards trail during her tenure as a marketing executive at DreamWorks, vowed in a Facebook post to quit the academy if he was allowed to remain. “The idea that anyone would give him a second chance or entertain the notion that he can change is beyond absurd,” wrote Press.

Even Weinstein’s brother, Bob — with whom he ran Miramax Films and then Weinstein Co. — said in an interview published Saturday in the Hollywood Reporter that he felt the academy should expel him, adding that he planned to write a note to the group to that effect.

But within the academy some wrestled with the decision, fearing that it could set a precedent that would require the academy to police its members’ behavior going forward. As many have pointed out in recent days, other Hollywood figures who have come under attack for their treatment of women — including Bill Cosby, Roman Polanski and Mel Gibson — remain members of the academy in good standing.

The academy’s bylaws give the board of governors free rein to expel members “for cause,” but that power has very rarely been exercised. The last member to be banished from the group was actor Carmine Caridi, who was booted in 2004 for sharing promotional copies of films that were later pirated. Sources close to the academy say that other members had been more quietly suspended in years past for selling their tickets to the Oscars ceremony, but nothing ever rose to the level of attention surrounding Weinstein.

You see the problem:

It’s time to clean house.

As Trump would say, “Drain the swamp.”

(((Oliver Stone))) Says Don’t Condemn Weinstein, Then Backtracks As He is Accused of Groping

Jew or Not Jew rates Oliver Stone as barely a Jew since his father was Jewish and his mother Catholic.

Hollywood’s Jewish ingroup support mechanism has broken down in the Harvey Weinstein affair, but apparently Stone didn’t get the word.

Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve got a real sh*tshow going on. May it continue and ruin more careers of the elites.

DEFENDING HARVEY:

People

Oliver Stone opted against condemning Harvey Weinstein following multiple allegations of sexual harassment.

The Snowden director, 71, told reporters Friday at the Busan International Film Festival that he believes people are innocent until proven guilty.

“I’m a believer that you wait until this thing gets to trial,” he said, according to The Hollywood Reporter. “I believe a man shouldn’t be condemned by a vigilante system.”

Stone continued, “It’s not easy what [Weinstein is] going through, either. During that period he was a rival. I never did business with him and didn’t really know him.”

“I’ve heard horror stories on everyone in the business,” Stone adds. “So I’m not going to comment on gossip. I’ll wait and see, which is the right thing to do.”

People left this out: “It’s not easy what he’s going through, either”

Actually, although Stone’s wording was inarticulate, he’s right about the left trying people in the press. Innocent until proven guilty is a foundational tenet of Western justice.

STONE BACKTRACKS HOURS LATER:

Buzzfeed

However, Stone issued a statement on his Facebook page hours later clarifying his comments: “I’ve been traveling for the last couple of days and wasn’t aware of all the women who came out to support the original story in the New York Times,” he said.

“After looking at what has been reported in many publications over the last couple of days, I’m appalled and commend the courage of the women who’ve stepped forward to report sexual abuse or rape.”

Stone added he would “recuse himself” from his forthcoming Showtime series Guantanamo as long as Weinstein is involved.

Most of Hollywood refused to condemn Harvey until it became clear that if they didn’t they were going to pay a severe penalty for their silence and their hypocrisy. Stone must have gotten the same message: Disavow or be eviscerated by the press and social media.

However, Stone’s disavowal may be too late. He’s the latest Hollywood male celebrity to be accused.

OLIVER STONE ACCUSED

Fox News

Carrie Stevens, who was Playboy’s Playmate of the Month in June 1997, said in an interview that famed filmmaker Oliver Stone once grabbed one of her breasts at a party.

The New York Daily News reported Thursday that Stevens was at a party honoring Stone more than 20 years ago. She said Stone walked up to her, “reached out and … honked it like a horn.”

“He was really cocky, had this big grin on his face like he was going to get away with something,” she told the paper. She was 22 at the time.

Stevens told the paper that others saw the incident, but nobody said anything because “that’s what’s going on in Hollywood. That’s why things have to change.”

Some 30 women — including actresses Angelina Jolie, Ashley Judd and Gwyneth Paltrow — have spoken out recently to say Weinstein had sexually harassed or sexually assaulted them. Rose McGowan, who has long suggested that Weinstein sexually assaulted her, tweeted Thursday that “HW raped me.”

The initials were an apparent reference to Weinstein, and the Hollywood Reporter said the actress confirmed to them that she was referring to the disgraced film mogul. The New York Times earlier reported that Weinstein paid a financial settlement of $100,000 to McGowan in 1997 over an incident in a hotel room at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah.

“Any allegations of non-consensual sex are unequivocally denied by Mr. Weinstein,” Weinstein’s representative Sallie Hofmeister said Thursday.

As to the Playboy mansion party, get real. When a nude model goes there, she’s going to get “unwanted” attention of the type she really wants.

CARRIE STEVENS. HONK, HONK.

As to the rest of the saga of Harvey’s ungentlemanly behavior, Hollywood has always played by its own rules, not by the rules of tradtional America.

It’s nice to see (((Hollywood))) devouring its own. Keep it up guys.

Traitor Jane Fonda Admits She Knew About Harvey Weinstein’s Sexual Assaults but Said Nothing

Vietnam-era traitor Jane Fonda had the nerve to speak out against the U.S. while in North Vietnam, but the hypocrite couldn’t bring herself to talk about Harvey Weinstein until it became safe to do so.

She turns her condemnation of him in an interview into a condemnation of white men in general and Donald Trump in particular.

She’s garbage.

People

Jane Fonda says she first heard about Harvey Weinstein‘s alleged misbehavior last year and she’s ashamed she hasn’t spoken about it until now.

“I found out about Harvey about a year ago and I’m ashamed that I didn’t say anything right then,” Fonda, 79, told Christiane Amanpour during an interview for CNNMoney on Thursday.

Explaining why she stayed silent, Fonda said, “Because I guess it hadn’t happened to me and so I didn’t feel it was my place.”

The Frankie and Grace star said that her knowledge of Weinstein’s alleged behavior came from Rosanna Arquette — one of the 13 women who came forward with sexual harassment allegations against Weinstein on Tuesday in The New Yorker.

“I’m glad it’s coming out,” Fonda added. “I’m so proud of those fellow actors that are speaking up and I know that it’s taken a long time. It’s a very, very, very, hard thing to do. You don’t get anything out of it as the person who has been victimized. But it’s important that it come out.”

“But let’s not think that this is some unique, horrific — this goes on all the time,” Fonda continued. “It’s this male entitlement— in Hollywood and everywhere, in offices and businesses all over the world; in bars, in restaurants, in stores, women are assaulted, abused, harassed and seen for just being sexual objects, there for a man’s desire instead of as whole human beings.”

Asked whether she had ever been sexually harassed, Fonda replied that she had — but not by Weinstein.

“It has happened to me. It has. I only met Harvey when I was old. And Harvey goes for young because that’s more vulnerable. You know. But it’s very, very common,” Fonda said before saying the director of her first French film tried to sleep with her.

“The director didn’t speak very good English and he flew to L.A. to pitch me the story, which was hard for me to even understand what the story was,” she said. “But I remember him saying to me — and I was 20 — he said to me, you know, in the movie, your character has to have an orgasm and I really need to know what kind of orgasms you have. And so he wanted me to sleep with him.”

“I turned him down. I got the part anyway. And he was — you know, he was very nice after that,” Fonda said before adding that any woman who finds herself in that situation has to say no, no matter what she’s worried about losing. “You have to understand that you have control over your body and that you have to say no and you have to talk and tell when something like that happens. If we all talked and told, then they would be too afraid to do it, I think. I hope.”

Fonda also brought up how important it is for men to support women when they speak up about sexual harassment and assault. “We have to be helped by men. It’s important to know that not all men are predators. There are good men and the good men have to stand up and defend us and embody other ways of being. We have to believe the women who come forward. We have to speak out.”

Although she admitted that so long as Donald Trump is in the White House, it sends a bad message. “Unfortunately that counteracts a lot of the good that we’re doing because a lot of men see, well, our president does it and he got elected, even after people discovered that he was an abuser so I’m just going to go ahead and do what I want to do. It’s unacceptable and we can’t ever forget that and we have to stand up to them.”

Fonda fails to note that Trump said they let you do it. It’s called consent when they let you do it. Only a batty lefty would not understand that.

Watch, if you can stomach her:

NYPD on Harvey Weinstein: “He is a super predator.”

I counted somewhere around 25 stories relating to Harvey Weinstein at the Daily Mail alone. Harvey is getting his 15 minutes of fame in spades.

To be honest I had never heard of him until his sexual harassment scandal broke–when was it?–10 days ago.

At one site or another I’ve seen headlines saying Harvey is in rehab in Arizona, not Europe as originally reported, that he’s suicidal, that Rose Mcgowan was suspended from Twitter for calling him a rapist, that Hillary Clinton will be giving his donation dollars to a charity, and many more, including that the FBI has been ordered by the Trump administration to investigate Harvey.

The most credible threat to Harvey’s freedom may be the investigation being conducted by the New York police department.

New York Post

The NYPD has Harvey Weinstein back in its sights — dispatching detectives to search for evidence against the disgraced movie mogul who’s been accused of rape and sex assault by at least three women, The Post has learned.

Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce on Wednesday ordered investigators in the Special Victims Division “to endeavor to identify and locate and interview any potential victims” of the disgraced movie producer, a high-ranking police source said.

“He’s a super predator. His conduct shows he’s been at this a long time, and he’s a professional at it,” another police official said.

“He’s been at this so long, there’s no way there are not other victims out there. Imagine how many promises he’s made to these young women who were trying to make it into the industry.”

Boyce’s directive followed a blockbuster report by the New Yorker magazine, which on Tuesday published accusations from three women who accused Weinstein of raping or otherwise sexually abusing them.

One of the women, Lucia Evans, said she was a Middlebury College student and aspiring actress when Weinstein approached her at the since-shuttered Cipriani Upstairs club in Soho in 2004.

LUCIA EVANS.

Evans, now 34, said she later accepted an assistant’s invitation to meet Weinstein at his office, where he raised the possibility of casting her in a movie.

“At that point, after that, is when he assaulted me,” Evans said.

“I said, over and over, ‘I don’t want to do this, stop, don’t….He’s a big guy. He overpowered me.”

Although New York at the time had a five-year statute of limitations for prosecuting felony sex crimes, the incident is covered by a 2006 law that removed that restriction, officials said.

Evans didn’t return messages, and police sources said she may be outside the country.

Her dad declined to comment at his home outside Albany.

In addition to Evans, actress Asia Argento also told the New Yorker that Weinstein forcibly performed oral sex on her in 1997 inside the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc on the French Riviera, and an unidentified woman alleged that Weinstein raped her, but the magazine didn’t say when or where.

ASIA ARGENTO.

In 2015, Weinstein avoided prosecution in the groping of a Filipina-Italian model inside his Tribeca office, even though cops secretly recorded him apologizing to Ambra Batillana Gutierrez, then 22, while trying to coax her into a room inside the Tribeca Grand Hotel.

“Why yesterday you touched my breast?” Gutierrez asked him, according to an audio clip posted online by the New Yorker.

“Oh, please. I’m sorry, Just come on in. I’m used to that,” Weinstein replied.

AMBRA GUTIERREZ.

Embattled Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. on Wednesday defended his decision not to charge Weinstein, saying: “Our sex-crimes prosecutors made the determination that this was not going to be a provable case and the decision was made not to go forward.”

At one point, Vance very familiarly referred to Weinstein by his first name only.

“We’re focused on the facts, not whether people liked Harvey,” the DA told reporters.

NYPD sources have expressed outrage over Vance’s decision, and one cop said that if presented with new cases, “The feeling is, this time they wouldn’t be so quick not to charge.”

Weinstein, meanwhile, hired high-powered Los Angeles criminal-defense lawyer Blair Berk to represent him, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Her list of troubled celebrity clients includes Mel Gibson, Lindsay Lohan, Kiefer Sutherland and Kanye West.

Also, the University of Buffalo said it was moving to revoke an honorary “doctorate of humane letters” it awarded Weinstein in 2000, 30 years after he dropped out.

In announcing its desire to strip Weinstein of the honor, the school noted that he “personally never made a gift to the university,” but that the Walt Disney Co. donated $22,750 on behalf of the Miramax film company after buying it from Weinstein and his younger brother, Bob.

Weinstein has denied any “non-consensual sex.” A spokeswoman didn’t return a request for comment for this story.

Politico is reporting that Hillary Clinton says that she had no idea that Harvey was a sexual predator.

I believer her.

She didn’t know Bill was a sexual predator either.

Right? Right, Hillary???!!!

CLUELESS HILLARY CLINTON.

Harvey Weinstein’s Wife is Leaving Him as He Flies to Europe for Sex Addiction Rehab While Obama and Hillary FINALLY Condemn the Muh Dikking Jew

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST. HARVEY WEINSTEIN WITH WIFE GEORGIA CHAPMAN.

As Harvey Weinstein flies to Europe (in a private jet, of course), there’s the possibility that he will join fellow Jew and convicted pedophile Roman Polanski where he can’t be extradicted to the U.S.

Three women have stepped forward to claim that he raped them. He may not wish to return to the States to get the “Bill Cosby treatment” by the courts.

Weinstein and his pal (((Anthony Weiner))) have something in common besides an unhealthy sexual appetite. Their wives have left them.

The lag among Hollyweird lefties in condemning the ugly monster exposes the hypocritical rats as the insincere suck ups they are.

Daily Mail

Harvey Weinstein’s wife, Georgina Chapman, has announced that she is leaving the movie mogul after a string of women claimed that he had sexually harassed or assaulted them.

‘My heart breaks for all the women who have suffered tremendous pain because of these unforgivable actions. I have chosen to leave my husband,’ she told People.

‘Caring for my young children is my first priority and I ask the media for privacy at this time.’

At the same time as Chapman made the announcement, Weinstein made a departure of his own – to Europe, by private jet.

There he will undergo therapy for sex addiction and behavioral issues, TMZ reported.

Weinstein will submit himself to a live-in facility, in which he hopes he will be able to clean up his act and return to the US.

According to TMZ’s source, the hotheaded producer is surprisingly calm about the chaos that has beset him this week.

‘He has his moments where there are bursts, but for the most part he’s pretty calm,’ the insider said.

Chapman, 41, met Weinstein, 65, in 2003 and they married four years later, going on to have two children, India Pearl, seven, and Dashiell Max Robert, four.

She is also the co-founder of high-end women’s fashion line Marchesa – and before the announcement of her split from Weinstein, sources said that she was struggling to save the brand from being tarnished by her husband’s allegations.

But leaving him might present other problems for the beleaguered British designer.

A source told People that she is terrified that the line, which is loved by many of the women who have starred in her husband’s films, will founder without his help.

That’s because he – as one of the heaviest hitters in Hollywood – has access to the A-list stars that can keep the brand in the public eye.

A TV fashion source said: ‘Harvey is the one with all the friends.

It’s going to be a tough time for her and Marchesa’.

I wonder what attracted beautiful Georgia to squat, ugly Harvey. I guess it was his sparkling personality and his high moral character.

A New York fashion publicist who did not want to be named told the Hollywood reporter: ‘No star is ever going to want to wear the brand again.’

Weinstein is good friends with Vogue editor Anna Wintour and the two have co-hosted fashion and Democratic political fundraising events.

Chapman and Weinstein are regular guests at Wintour’s annual Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute galas.

Chapman’s departure will likely come as a shock to Weinstein, who had boasted last week that his wife was ‘standing by me 100 per cent’.

‘Michelle and I have been disgusted by the recent reports about Harvey Weinstein,’ Obama said in a statement.

‘Any man who demeans and degrades women in such fashion needs to be condemned and held accountable, regardless of wealth or status.’

‘We should celebrate the courage of women who have come forward to tell these painful stories,’ the former president continued.

‘And we all need to build a culture – including by empowering our girls and teaching our boys decency and respect – so we can make such behavior less prevalent in the future.’

He did not say whether he would return the money raised for his campaign.

Hillary Clinton also spoke out on Tuesday, saying she was ‘shocked and appalled’ about the stories that had emerged about Weinstein.

“Asking for it:” Jew Fashion Designer Donna Karan Blames Harvey Weinstein’s Women Victims for Dressing Slutty

DONNA KARAN. OY VEY. THE UGLY!

Another example of Jewish in-group solidarity reared its ugly head (literally in the case of Donna Karan) when she defended sexual predator Harvey Weinstein.

However, now she’s apologized for defending the creepy Neanderthal.

First, the praise for Harvey. Then, the weaseling out by Karan.

Daily Mail

Fashion designer Donna Karan is standing by Harvey Weinstein and has suggested his alleged victims may have been ‘asking for it’ by the way the women act and dress.

During a red carpet interview at the CinéFashion Film Awards on Sunday, the DKNY creator was asked to weigh in on the scandal hours after the disgraced film mogul was fired from his company.

Unlike many Hollywood stars and celebs, Karan did not condemn the 65-year-old, who has been accused of sexually harassing multiple woman over the span of decades, and instead pointed the finger at his accusers.

She told a reporter: ‘I think we have to look at ourselves. Obviously, the treatment of women all over the world is something that has always had to be identified. Certainly in the country of Haiti where I work, in Africa, in the developing world, it’s been a hard time for women.

‘To see it here in our own country is very difficult, but I also think how do we display ourselves? How do we present ourselves as women? What are we asking? Are we asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality?

‘And what are we throwing out to our children today about how to dance and how to perform and what to wear? How much should they show?’

Karan’s comments are striking as a legend in the fashion world and having designed women’s clothing for decades.

Her comments come as many of Weinstein’s former friends, including Judi Dench and Meryl Streep, have denounced the producer based on the bombshell allegations.

She added that she knows Weinstein’s wife Georgina Chapman and described the couple as ‘wonderful people.’

When asked whether Hollywood has been ‘busted’, she replied with a smile: ‘I don’t think it’s only Harvey Weinstein.

OK, Hollywood women. It’s time to out the other sexual predators that think they’re above the law and above decency.

Now, let’s see how a Jewish woman tries to wiggle out of her defense of Harvey.

Fox News

Fashion mogul Donna Karan is apologizing after praising Harvey Weinstein following his firing from his film company amid allegations of sexual harassment lasting decades.

In a statement Monday, Karan said her remarks were taken out of context and don’t represent her feelings. She says she believes “sexual harassment is NOT acceptable and this is an issue that MUST be addressed once and for all regardless of the individual.”

Karan on Sunday suggested to The Daily Mail that Weinstein’s alleged victims may have been ‘asking for it’ in a rambling interview that questioned the way women dressed and how they present themselves to the world.

The DKNY designer was in Los Angeles for the CineFashion Film Awards and told a reporter that, “’To see it here in our own country is very difficult, but I also think how do we display ourselves? How do we present ourselves as women? What are we asking? Are we asking for it by presenting all the sensuality and all the sexuality?

Meanwhile, among those weighing in were his longtime allies and beneficiaries Meryl Streep, Kate Winslet, Kevin Smith and Judi Dench. They spoke up with a combination of disgust over his alleged behavior and remorse or defensiveness over their own business entanglements with him. Even the actors’ labor union SAG-AFTRA joined the chorus in condemning the disgraced movie mogul, calling reports of his alleged conduct “abhorrent and unacceptable.”

Director Kevin Smith, whose movies “Clerks” and “Chasing Amy” were produced by Weinstein, noted on Twitter that the producer financed the first 14 years of his career.

“Now I know while I was profiting, others were in terrible pain,” Smith wrote. “It makes me feel ashamed.”

Weinstein, 65, was fired Sunday by the Weinstein Co., the studio he co-founded, three days after a bombshell New York Times expose alleged decades of crude sexual behavior on his part toward female employees and actresses, including Ashley Judd. The Times said at least eight settlements had been reached with women.

Streep, who once called Weinstein “God” while accepting the Golden Globe for “The Iron Lady,” condemned his alleged conduct as “inexcusable” while also saying she did not know about it before.

So far, neither the Obamas nor the Clintons have joined in the condemnation of the Jew who couldn’t resist the shiksa. Watch Michael Obama praise their friend.