You booger eating LIBERAL freaking moron, you should know that “EVERYTHING IN LIFE HAS CONSEQUENCES”……..Papa Mike
“I just want you guys to know that I am fully in the middle of a blacklist, like I’m in the middle of a Hollywood blacklist. It is real. I’m not booked on any talk shows,” Griffin said.
“When I get home, I do not have one single day of paid work in front of me,” Griffin continued.
She also said she was unwilling to do the ‘club circuit’ as she has worked too hard in her life and she is above that type of work.
Griffin admitted that she has to turn down fundraising requests because she is buried in legal bills following the bloody Trump head photoshoot.
Griffin also sounded paranoid and said Harvey Weinstein hired a company to follow Rose McGowan around after she came forward about Hollywood sexual assault and implied she may be next.
Griffin reiterated that she has no work when she returns home from her tour and said she’s being targeted because she’s a woman.
She ended the video begging for a gig on a T.V. show.
Was this photo worth it, Kathy??????????
Hillary Clinton came to Al Franken’s defense during a radio interview yesterday. She said that her “friend” Franken is doing all the right things in the wake of his scandal and that he doesn’t need to resign.
From the New York Daily News:
When it comes to allegations of sexual misconduct, Hillary Clinton sees a clear difference between Democrats and Republicans.
The former secretary of state chatted with WABC radio host Rita Cosby in a sweeping Friday afternoon interview centered on sexual impropriety in politics, fielding questions about GOP Senate nominee Roy Moore, President Trump, her husband and Democratic Sen. Al Franken.
“He’s a good friend of mine and I deeply regret what he did. There’s no excuse for his behavior but he has called for an investigation and apologized to the woman involved,” Clinton said. “Look at the contrast between Al Franken, accepting responsibility, apologizing, and Roy Moore and Donald Trump who have done neither.”
SOURCE: The Gateway Pundit
Good thing Steve Martin came along before it was a thought crime to have a sense of humor:
Comedian Steve Martin’s rendition of “King Tut” is triggering social justice warriors at Reed College because they see it as a form of cultural appropriation.
For moonbattery at its most Jacobinic, there is no better place to look than a college located in Portland, Oregon.
The song, originally performed on “Saturday Night Live,” actually criticizes the commercialization and trivialization of Egyptian history and presents a caricature of the Treasures of Tutankhamun traveling exhibit that toured seven United States cities from 1976 to 1979.
Subtleties like that are lost on snowflake fascists, as they frenziedly demand bans on every conceivable aspect of our culture on grounds of political incorrectness. They regard the harmless song as equivalent to blackface, which is the ultimate historical pop culture sin from the liberal point of view, and even to uttering the forbidden N-word.
Steve Martin’s generation-old infringement upon their delicate sensibilities has inspired the brownshirts of Reedies Against Racism to issue a long list of demands, including “mandatory conferences for building race sensitivity for staff and faculty” as well as a yearly “anti-oppression workshop for all students, faculty, staff, and administration.”
As noted at Downtrend,
that a bunch of thin-skinned, intolerant twits in 2017 would be bleating like stuck pigs over a song that is four decades old is a testament to the failure of our educational system which is dominated by cultural Marxist professors who have poisoned the minds of impressionable young people.
Let’s have another look at King Tut, before it goes down the Memory Hole lest ancient Egyptians be offended. This originally aired back in 1978, when Saturday Night Live was funny on a regular basis — which would never be allowed today:
Glen Dale, W. Va. — Bad news travels fast. Good news, meanwhile, doesn’t seem to travel at all.
Last weekend in Beijing, as part of his 12-day trip to Asia, President Trump announced that the US and China had signed an $83.7 billion deal to create a number of petrochemical projects in West Virginia over the next 20 years.
If the agreement holds tight, it is an economic game changer for the state.
And yet, speaking to the locals here, you wouldn’t even know it had happened.
“I am surprised I heard nothing about it on the national news, nor in my local paper and newscasts,” said Jerald Stephens, 67, a West Virginia native and union rep, who has been a keen observer of local politics for as long as he can remember.
The BBC and CNN covered the news in their business sections, while The New York Times picked up a short story by The Associated Press on the deal. The stories’ headlines were muted; their placement low-key.
SOURCE: Weasel Zippers
A Sahuarita motorcycle officer was been disciplined after losing a SWAT rifle while on patrol in May. The fully automatic rifle with a 10-inch barrel has not been recovered.
The officer was on a call in Madera Highlands about noon May 25 when a fellow officer noticed the rifle rack on his motorcycle was empty.