In her newest Final Thoughts commentary, Tomi Lahren sounds off on the reaction by Hillary Clinton and others on the left to the Harvey Weinstein scandal. It´s time for Final Thoughts and I´m not done with Harvey Weinstein - not yet. More than two dozen women claim sexual harassment or assault and three say he raped them. So why did it take Hillary Clinton five days to make a statement? And why hasn´t she given his money back? Well, she´s now saying there´s no one to give it back to, so she´ll donate it to charity. It took you long
Comments: Filth, thy name is Democrat. Tomi hits this one out of the park.
It´s amazing that Democrats have been able to portray themselves as pro-woman when in reality they are pro-woman-as-sex-robot. Free birth control. Free abortions. And free welfare if the baby daddy skips town. It´s not compassion or empowerment, it´s an assembly line.
The Hollyweird establishment is having a collective nervous breakdown. The Trump narrative to make america great again is a backbeat on the brains of progressives. They are regurgitating the filth they push on the world and think that deliverance will cleanse them of their sins.
The city of Hyderabad had been anticipating White House senior adviser Ivanka Trump´s speech at the Global Entrepreneurship Summit for months, banning the act of begging in the streets, rounding up the homeless and building a shopping center in preparation for the international envoy. It may have seemed safe to assume the first daughter´s speech writers were working overtime as well, preparing a robust keynote address that would showcase her appreciation of women entrepreneurs in India and their contributions to technology and the workplace.
Men accused of sexual taint continue to be beheaded by the media, falling like aristocrats trundled to the guillotine. The latest in the tumbrel full of miscreants to go under the blade is Matt Lauer, who was fired from NBC’s Today show for sexual misconduct. Apparently, Lauer’s tribe numbers in the hundreds of thousands. Or more. But just as it seems every man is a predator and every woman has been wrongfully fondled, there is a small cloud on the horizon that augers a storm. The cloud may portend a new revolution. Revolutions often begin with questions about truth and
In the year since Donald Trump was elected, the entertainment world has been largely united in its disdain for his presidency. But a notable voice has been missing from the chorus: that of Taylor Swift, the world’s biggest pop star. Her silence is striking, highlighting the parallels between the singer and the president: their adept use of social media to foster a diehard support base; their solipsism; their laser focus on the bottom line; their support among the “alt-right”. Taylor Swift: Reputation review – superb songcraft meets extreme drama It may be mired in bitterness and gossip, but the pop
Unsealed bank records appear to reinforce the claim that Democrat Hillary Clinton’s campaign bought and paid for the sensational “piss-gate” dossier that used anonymous sources to smear President Trump by falsely linking him to Russia. The dossier is the salacious, 35-page report commissioned by Democrat-aligned opposition research firm Fusion GPS. The statements in the partisan hit job were compiled by former British spy Christopher Steele and published by BuzzFeed. One claim was that Donald Trump hired prostitutes to urinate on a bed. The dossier was just one of many particularly outrageous dirty tricks Clinton’s campaign to undercut her opponent’s campaign during the
Steve Bannon: The last time I was in this room was a couple years ago. I made a film, "Occupy Unmasked," about that war starring David Horowitz and Andrew Breitbart, which was actually the film we were making when Andrew passed away and David was kind enough to take a bigger role in that. But that film, I think, showed the precursor of a lot of what laid the groundwork for the Trump victory. When I stepped into the campaign in mid-August of 2016, I think it was August 14th -- these numbers are rough -- but roughly, the candidate was down anywhere from 12 to 16 points, basically double digits down in every
Members of the media are finally acknowledging Bill Clinton’s alleged sex crimes, but they can’t get too much credit given their 2016 habit of playing defense for the former president. MSNBC’s Chris Hayes tweeted on Friday that Democrats and the center-left need to have a “reckoning” with the allegations, and CNN anchor Jake Tapper admitted last Monday that Clinton’s accusers were never given the same respect as accusers today. (RELATED: Media Forced To Acknowledge Bill Clinton’s Alleged Sex Crimes) The accusations against Clinton may be too much to bear now given the media’s intense scrutiny of Roy Moore, Donald Trump,
Some say that it’s so, so very wrong to take so much pleasure at a scandal in which the heroes of the Democrat Party are all being exposed as handsy, tonguey creeps. But if it’s wrong to laugh at the hilarious comeuppance these hypocrites are suffering, I don’t want to be right. In fact, I want to be super-mega-hyper wrong. Liberals have always been a bunch of lying posers pretending to be allies of women, and some of us always knew it was a scam. To see the truth so gloriously revealed, and to watch their humiliating back-pedaling and equivocation, is
Everyone is aware how apoplectic the Democrat loonery became when their best laid schemes to put Hillary in the White House ran into the reality of electoral Cold Anger carried by the deplorables. Lots has been written about the gobsmacked reaction to the election, yet few have outlined the underlying policy reasons for the scope of the panic. The desperate need for post-election control showcased the lefts’ reaction to fear. However, it is only by looking at the policy groundwork they lost where a political observer can evaluate the scale of defeat. Democrats created a continuum pathway that is now entirely
Paula Jones and Juanita Broaddrick, who accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct, said it "is a little bit too late" for Democratic women to come out against the former president. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) and a number of others said Clinton should have resigned under the specter of sexual misconduct allegations in the 1990s. "We were not believed," Jones said. "[We] did not get any kind of help whatsoever from any of those liberal women." Broaddrick said it was "absolutely disgusting" to see the backlash come against Clinton after they exited electoral politics.
The most notable aspect amid President Trump’s granddaughter Arabella delivering a folk song in native Mandarin wasn’t the song itself, it was the response from Madame Peng Liyaun, the wife of Chinese President Xi Jinping. If you haven’t watched the video, you should. The song was shared moments after President Trump delivered these remarks during a state dinner presented by President Xi and Madame Peng to honor the visit of President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump: […] “This moment in history presents both our nations with an incredible opportunity to advance peace and prosperity alongside other nations all around the world.
It was the cackle that cost her an election. The time was the 80s and the First Lady of Arkansas was chatting with Roy Reed. Reed was a New York Times bigwig, a civil rights hero and is currently a speaker for the Clinton School of Public Service. Back then, Reed was working on a profile of the Clintons for Esquire. The profile was never published. The tapes of the interviews were stowed at the University of Arkansas until they were dug up in ’14. And there’s Hillary Clinton laughing on tape about how she saved a 12-year-old girl’s rapist. Kathy Shelton had been
Things could get a whole lot more interesting if Kimberley Strassel is correct in her research and analysis of how the Clinton Campaign paid for the creation of the “Steele Dossier”, pushed it to the FBI, and then used their influence to generate media coverage of it. There’s a lot more questions to be asked; a lot more. The basic outline as it appears is: Clinton paid for the sketchy dossier to be put together; then pushed it to the FBI (Sally Yates); who then used it to open a counter-intelligence investigation; which was then used to begin wiretaps etc.
The smoke is clearing from an explosive Mueller investigation weekend of charges, chattering, and tweets. Before the next aftershock, it might be helpful to make three points about where things stand. In ascending order of importance, they are: 1.) There is a great deal of misinformation in the commentariat about how prosecutors build cases. 2.) For all practical purposes, the collusion probe is over. While the “counterintelligence” cover will continue to be exploited so that no jurisdictional limits are placed on Special Counsel Robert Mueller, this is now an obstruction investigation. 3.) That means it is, as it has always
Did you think Barack Obama was going to follow his predecessor, George W. Bush, and fade into the background after eight years in the White House? Yeah, think again. Obama can´t stand being out of the spotlight for even one minute, which is why last week he embarked on an five-day trip to China, India and France, where he met with foreign leaders as if he were some sort of shadow president. In Paris on Saturday, Obama said there is a “temporary absence of American leadership” when it comes to tackling climate change.“I grant you that at the moment we
President Trump´s former deputy national security adviser K.T. McFarland told a friend in an email when she was on Trump´s transition team that Russia "threw" the U.S. election to Trump, The New York Times reported Saturday. McFarland reportedly wrote in the email that sanctions then-President Obama levied on Russia in response to Moscow´s election meddling would make it more difficult for Trump to improve relations with Russia, "which has just thrown the U.S.A. election to him."
The rent steals so much of your paycheck, you might have to move back in with your parents, and half your life is spent staring at the rear end of the car in front of you. You’d like to think it will get better, but when? All around you, young and old alike are saying goodbye to California.
Matt Lauer’s office, one of the places where the former Today show host allegedly assaulted women through the use of a creepy auto-lock button on the door, will soon cease to exist. According to Page Six, NBC News reportedly is demolishing the room, removing his name plate from 30 Rock, and taking down all pictures of him.Since NBC fired Lauer and Variety published its disturbing investigation into his sexual misconduct last week, Lauer’s wife has allegedly left the country and NBC has denied his request for a payout. Now, like an aggrieved ex, NBC reportedly wants to erase every trace
#BoycottSanFrancisco is going viral as San Francisco defends its sanctuary policies in the wake of the not-guilty verdict in the Kate Steinle murder trial.On November 30, Breitbart News reported that a California jury found seven-time felon and five-time deported illegal alien Jose Garcia Zarate not guilty of murdering 32-year-old Kate Steinle in 2015 in the sanctuary city of San Francisco. President Trump responded to the not-guilty by tweeting: (Tweet) According to the San Francisco Chronicle, local leaders denounced Trump’s position. State Sen. Scott Wiener (D-San Francisco) said, “People have every right to be critical of the verdict and speak out
Democratic Sen. Mark Warner (Va.) said on CNN´s "State of the Union" on Sunday that Friday was his "worst day" as a senator so far after the Republican tax bill passed the Senate.While speaking about the passage of the controversial tax bill with host Jake Tapper, Warner maintained hope that the bill may not become law as the House and Senate attempt to reconcile the differences between their two bills in conference."Is there any chance that this bill will not become law?" Tapper asked Warner."I think there still remains some chance," Warner replied. "And I was saying, Friday was my
With rumors swirling that Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton will soon head for the CIA, another Senate race may be added to the 2018 list. The safe money is for an open seat in Arkansas to stay in Republican hands. But who thought Alabama would host a competitive Senate race? If Democrats can find a credible candidate, and unruly Republican voters again fail to take their nomination process seriously, anything could happen. (Snip) If Arkansas Democrats want to field a serious Democrat, there’s only one name to consider. I’m talking, of course, about Clinton. Of course, Hillary Clinton would have to
Republican strategist Alex Castellanos said he believes "we´re closer to impeachment now than we think" during a discussion on ABC´s "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" on Sunday. Castellanos, who also serves as a CNN contributor, suggested that if Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore wins a special election next week, he could become the face of the party and hurt GOP candidates in next fall´s midterm elections. Asked by Stephanopoulos if special council Robert Mueller "posed an existential threat" to the President Trump given former national security adviser Michael Flynn´s guilty plea on Friday, the veteran strategist said "I don’t
Former Democrat lawmaker Corrine Brown was sentenced to five years in prison today. The Florida Democrat stole money from a bogus charity for lavish parties and trips. Brown was charged with 24 counts of fraud in July 2016. Corrine Brown blamed her corruption charges on racism. (Video) Unfortunately that race card couldn’t keep poor Corrine out of jail. FOX News reported: Former Florida Democratic Rep. Corrine Brown was sentenced on Monday to five years in prison for mail, wire and tax fraud involving a sham charity. A jury convicted Brown of stealing money from a bogus charity, One Door For
Former president Barack Obama reportedly said more women should be in power since men are struggling to get the job done, referring to the increasing number of powerful men who have been accused of sexual assault and harassment. Speaking at an invitation-only conference, Les Napoleons, on Saturday, the 44th president told the room about “the importance of more focus on putting women in power because men seem to be having some problems these days,” French news agency AFP reported. “Not to generalize, but women seem to have a better capacity than men do, partly because of their socialization,”
I’m a liberal Democrat who didn’t realize for a long time that our mainstream media is biased. For years, I consumed news and commentary from my favorite media sites uncritically: CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times. From time to time, I watched Fox News to see what “the other side” was saying. I lived in a kind of information bubble, but like most bubble-dwellers I didn’t know I was living in one. Ironically, the 2016 election opened my eyes to this “Truman Show”-like media universe we’ve all been inhabiting. My awakening came accidentally when I realized in 2016 that I just couldn’t