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Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Nuclear sub USS Michigan parked near NoKo

The temperature is rising between North Korea and the United States, and just to ensure that if any funny business occurred by Pyongyang, we'd only have to hit a bunch of red switches to destroy the entire little country where the name 'Kim' is as common as 'Mohammad' is in Britain.

We have just parked a guided-missile submarine in a convenient spot right by hermit nation.

The USS Michigan (SSGN 727), an Ohio-class guided missile submarine pulled into a South Korean naval base in the city of Busan. 

An SSGN is able to approach North Korea, fire its missile payload deep inland with weapons that have a range over 1,200 nautical miles. And they're as accurate as an astronomer's prediction that the sun will rise in the morning.

Some experts agree that this nuclear class of submarine could one day replace the aircraft carrier as the centerpiece of our Navy's fighting capability.

The U.S. Pacific Command says the Michigan's visit to South Korea was planned, the message to the fat man in the North is clear--we will stand with Seoul if Pyongyang makes any aggressive moves and blow their butts right off the map.

"The U.S. and ROK [Republic of Korea] navies have always enjoyed a strong relationship. Today, our relationship is stronger than it has ever been and our ironclad partnership is further reinforced by this visit from Michigan," Rear Adm. Brad Cooper, commander U.S. Naval Forces Korea, said.

"Michigan Sailors were warmly welcomed by the ROK Navy today and I know they'll receive the same wonderful welcome from the local community during their visit to Busan."

Michigan was constructed as a ballistic missile sub, armed with 24 Trident II D5 missiles. She was converted into a cruise missile armed vessel in 2007 and is armed with 154 UGM-109 Tomahawk missiles, with 22 missile tubes that could get those bad birds in the air faster than you can say "duck" in Korean.

Two remaining missile tubes onboard the four Ohio-class SSGN conversions--Ohio, Michigan, Florida, and Georgia--were converted into lock-out tubes for special operations forces such as the U.S. Navy SEAL Teams.

SSGNs can hold up to 66 special ops personnel and mount a dry-dock shelter and SEAL delivery vehicles, making them stealthy and ideal to insert special ops forces into hostile territory such as Kim Jong Un's bedroom.

Somalia's deadliest Islamic terrorist attack: 276 dead

An incredibly massive bomb blast, the likes of which have never been seen in Somalia's capital of Mogadishu has killed 276 people and injured around 300 more, the Somali information minister said Monday. This is the deadliest single attack in the Horn of Africa nation and the death toll could rise higher.

Minister of Information, Abdirahman Osman, called the attack "barbaric" and if you consider the word, he isn't totally wrong. 

The Ottoman Corsairs Barbary pirates, from where the word is derived, operated from North Africa and were mainly based in ports of Algiers, Tunis, Tripoli, Salé and Rabat. The area was known as the Barbary Coast, a term derived from the Berber natives. Their predatory behavior extended throughout the Mediterranean.

They seized ships and engaged in Razzias, raids on European coastal towns and villages, mostly in Italy, France, Spain, and Portugal, and they even went as far as the British Isles and the Netherlands.

The main purpose for the attacks was to capture Christian slaves for the Ottoman slave trade and the general Muslim slavery market in North Africa and Middle East.

And although this attack wasn't meant to capture anyone, but meant to kill as many people as possible, the actors in the attack were of the same religion and mindset as their predecessors.  

So yes, it was a barbaric attack. All jihadi attacks are barbaric and done in the name of religion. A truck bomb targeted a crowded street near major government ministries.

According to Osman, Turkey and Kenya have already offered to send medical assistance.

The Somali government blames al-Qaeda-linked al-Shabaab for the attack that it's now calling a "national disaster." The terror group vowed to increase attacks after President Trump and Somalia's recently elected president said they will introduce new military efforts against them.

"Nearly all of the wounded victims have serious wounds," Samir Abdi, a nurse tending to the wounded said. "Unspeakable horrors." The wounds were horrific.

Rescue workers searched for survivors trapped under rubble of the Safari Hotel--it was mostly destroyed and is close to Somalia's foreign ministry.

Not surprisingly, the United States and the U.N. condemned the bombing. The U.S. sounding a lot like the Obama administration used words and said "such cowardly attacks reinvigorate the commitment of the United States to assist our Somali and African Union partners to combat the scourge of terrorism."

I'm sure John Kerry was happy to hear us use words that he so often used. Only we forgot to add that we condemned it "in the strongest possible terms." That should scare the hell out of al Shabaab.

Spokesman for UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres strongly condemned the attack, causing many al-Shabaab jihadis to commit suicide out of fear of being strongly condemned. 

Wait . . . no, they didn't. But at least we're still using the same strong words.

Monday, October 16, 2017

Viet vets still ain't Fonda Jane

Vietnam vets who 'ain't fonda Jane' had to laugh or spit when Jane Fonda commented on the sexually inappropriate and possibly criminal behavior of Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.

Sexual misconduct has been a Hollywood "epidemic" for years, said Fonda to CNBC.

But it's also rampant among powerful men in many industries who are in a position to make or break a career of any woman.

Now that a few brave women came out from the shadows, other more famous women are crawling out from under the rocks by their Hollywood saunas and swimming pools.

Even the brave men of Hollywood have spoken out against Weinstein now that their careers are on solid ground.

So it's Fonda's turn. 

She believes the women who came forward should be applauded for their courage, and people like Weinstein should be held accountable for their behavior--unlike her, when she went to North Vietnam, had photos taken of her by an artillery piece that was used to kill our soldiers.
Fonda's cute face as shell
 is fired at US soldiers

Where were her consequences

"I think they should all go to jail, and you know, let's put Bill Cosby in there . . . but the question is not just Hollywood, you know, this is epidemic," Fonda told Tania Bryer of CNBC.

How dare these Hollywood elites lecture us about crime and punishment. How dare they tell us about morality, of right and wrong. How dare they pretend to have moral superiority over those who vote differently than they vote, or believe in God and don't think it's a joke to do so.

Jane Fonda disgusts me. There is nothing she can say that will ever have me feeling anything positive about her existence. I don't believe I'm alone in this disgust for her.

She should have been tried for treason, plain and simple.

No Body Cares (NBC) will not discipline Michaels for the horrible thing he said

The NoBodyCares network (NBC) will not discipline old timer broadcaster Al Michaels for saying that "the Giants are coming off a worse week than Harvey Weinstein and they're up 14 points." This  statement  by Michaels was said during the third quarter of the Sunday game against the Denver Broncos.

Supersensitive critics are saying the remark is insulting to women, and it definitely would be insulting to anyone looking to be insulted. The Political Correctness Police comes to mind. But it's somewhat understandable given the level of disgust the public has with Weinstein (not including Hollywood, who mostly knew about it).

Michael's comment triggered an immediate slew of self-righteous indignation responses from the Peanut Gallery and the 72-year-old veteran later apologized during the broadcast.

Weinstein, as you know (unless you live in Middle Earth or Afghanistan) has a long history of sexual inappropriate behavior ranging from sexual harassment to rape allegations, all of which he refers to as 'mistakes.'

"It was an inappropriate comment, and was acknowledged with an apology soon after the telecast," an NBC Sports spokesman told Fox News. 

The truth is, however, not many people heard Michaels' remark because most Americans are not watching because of the 'take a knee' controversy.

During the broadcast Michaels said that the joke was "not meant in that manner--so my apologies." Chris Collingsworth, his broadcast partner seemed uncomfortable and merely responded with "move on."

The remark was meant to illustrate how much the Giants have underperformed this season, but as far as patriotic fans are concerned, they can all go to hell.

Michaels has been a professional broadcaster since the 1960s and needs a shave most of the time.

Theocratic dictatorship calls Trump a 'dictator'

Iran's President Hassan Rouhani called President Trump a "dictator." That's like Rouhani calling Benjamin Netanyahu "antisemitic." It's nothing more than a bad joke.

The nasty finger-pointing came after Trump announced he wouldn't re-certify Iran's compliance under the nuclear deal.

"The Iranian people will not bend down before a dictator," Rouhani said. "It has never surrendered and will never."

Next he said that "No paragraph or article or note will be added" to the deal to please Trump.

So it's clear, Iran wants to continue developing nuclear weapons behind our back. They refuse to allow us to inspect military facilities where weapons are likely being developed, and they provide inspectors with soil samples rather than allowing actual inspections to be done properly.

Of course it's a bad deal. Trump is exactly right and he's also totally justified in de-certifying the deal because there's no honest way to inspect Iran's nuclear activity.

With all Rouhani's tough talk, I suspect we're not going to see their Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps boarding U.S. Navy vessels in the future--certainly not without retaliation by us. 

Trump was clearly correct in saying the 2015 deal brokered by the Obama administration was not in the national security interests of the United States and it only helped Iran in their support of terrorist organizations in the Middle East.

"We will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence, more terror and the very real threat of Iran's nuclear breakout," Trump said.

Rouhani isn't the only other person who hates the U.S. to condemn Trump's decision. John "Hair plugs" Kerry condemned it as well.

"I strongly hope that the other six signatories will prove to the world what responsible behavior is, and adhere to this agreement--no matter what false accusations and contrived provocations are put forward by President Trump," Kerry said.

Responsible behavior would have been to actually put forward a deal that was a 'two-way street' rather than what was crafted. 

The deal stinks of desperation.

Charity begins at Hillary's home

It was inevitable--Hillary Clinton took the $250,000 Harvey Weinstein donated to her failed campaign and put it in her other pocket--the Clinton Foundation. 

The foundation said Sunday that donations ranging from $100,000 to $250,000 have already been spent [like a drunken sailor].

It comes as no surprise that she refused to return the money because she has the ethics of a scorpion.

The foundation's spokesman Craig Minassian alluded to the fact that Clinton had no plans on returning the money:
"Suggesting @ClintonFdn return funds from our 330,000+ donors ignores the fact that donations have been used to help people across the world."
Yes, it isn't as if there was any more money in her coffers they could have used after returning Weinstein's dirty money. And it isn't as if all the money they receive is used to "help people across the world." According to  Rush Limbaugh  as reported by Punditfact, only 15 percent of donations actually goes to charity while the remaining 85 percent goes for foundation expenses.

The calls to return Weinstein's money came after over 30 women went public accusing the Hollywood mogul of sexual assault and rape. There were also allegations coming from Britain.

Hillary audaciously alluded to President Trump being responsible for Weinstein's behavior, in spite of the fact that Weinstein has presumably been a sexual predator for about as long as Bill Clinton has.

Dozens of Democratic Party politicians, including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, Sen. Al Franken, Sen. Elizabeth "Pocahontas" Warren, and Sen. Cory Booker have all said they'd donate their Weinstein donations to charities focused on women's rights, which means that it will not go to the Clinton Foundation as they allow nations that violate women's rights to donate to them. Saudi Arabia first comes to mind.

Hillary said that she was "shocked and appalled" after the Weinstein allegations were revealed, even more shocked and appalled than the allegations made against Bill because not as many women came forward.

Not including the extramarital affairs Bill had with Monica Lewinsky and Gennifer Flowers that he admitted to, many others came forward accusing him of the same thing. 

But in terms of sexual misconduct, there were three women: Paula Jones, Juanita Broaddrick and Kathleen Willey who came forward. 

"What other people are saying, what my former colleagues are saying, is they're going to donate it to charity, and of course I will do that," Hillary claimed on CNN (aka Clinton News Network). "I give 10 percent of my income to charity every year, this will be part of that. There's no--there's no doubt about it."

I doubt it. I doubt everything that woman, Hillary Clinton, says.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

'Knee Jerk' Kaepernick reportedly files grievance against NFL owners

Throwing a duck
In his mind, it isn't because he sucks or that he's bad for business and stands to continue to lose millions in revenue for the NFL, it's because the owners have it in for him. Colin Kaepernick, the eternal victim of a white privilege society.

"The Knee Jerk" remains unsigned through six weeks of the 2017 NFL season. Now he claims the league has it in for him. 


According to Bleacher Report's Mike Freeman, the suck-worthy QB of the San Francisco 49ers filed a grievance against the owners for collusion under the latest collective bargaining agreement.

What Kaepernick is trying to accomplish by this filing of a grievance, according to a source speaking to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk is that he "wants to trigger termination of the current Collective Bargaining Agreement.

"Article 69, Section 2 of the CBA allows for the agreement to be terminated prematurely in the event of proof of collusion. Under Article 17, Section 16 (c) of the CBA, termination can arise from only one incident of collusion involving only one player if there is clear and convincing evidence of a violation."

If Knee Jerk is somehow able to get signed to an NFL team it probably won't matter because people are getting more and more disgusted and tuning out the NFL. 

Islamic State trades paradise for mass graves

Photo: IS
Yes, they had dreams and hopes and plans for the future--a heaven on earth, so to speak.

They wanted a place where they could go and pray five times a day. They wanted a place free from the filth of infidels, dogs and bacon products. They wanted an Islamic paradise where they could put their foreheads to the ground and their butts to the sky, develop a healthy zebibah (prayer mark) to show off to their four wives. 

To put it simply: all they wanted was a caliphate to call home and all the world's infidels to die in a horrific way.

Was that too much?

But all the jihadists got was mass graves or their bodies lying out in the open for the wild, hungry dogs to munch on as flies buzz around their remains in the quiet little Iraqi town of Dhuluiyah, about 55 miles north of Baghdad.

Dozens of dead terrorist dudes killed in 2015 lie in a hastily built pit.

"They should have ended up in the stomachs of stray dogs," local police officer, some guy named, you guessed it, Mohammed, told the AFP.

"We buried them here not out of love, but because we wanted to avoid diseases," Mo said.

Since the start of the 2014 air strikes in Iraq and the lovely land of Syria, about 80,000 scum crumpets have been killed by U.S.-led coalition forces. But that doesn't account for those killed by Russian and Syrian strikes.

Dhuluiyah is on the banks of the Tigris river. It's an agricultural community so when residents had to figure out what to do with the trash, (i.e. dead jihadis) they came up with the idea of using a bulldozer.

"We could have thrown them into the water, but we love the river too much to pollute it," said a local policeman, possibly also named Mohammed. "The people here as well as their animals drink from the Tigris."

So they dug a hole and threw them in, refusing to give them a proper Islamic burial.

"We buried them with bulldozers. Even in the ground they are still mired in their own filth," said farmer Shalan al-Juburi. "They said that they would got to paradise to enjoy the gardens of delights [like getting laid by 72 virgins and drink from rivers of wine], but this is how they ended up."

I guess bulldozers are haram, the opposite of halal.

Nearby a beautiful graveyard filled with happy-go-lucky martyrs of the town, stands in sharp contrast to the hole the dead jihadis lie in.

As Iraqi forces in Anbar province look to oust the ISIS crap weasels from their final footholds, operation commander Mahmoud [a derivative of Mohammed] al-Fellahi insisted that any Islamic State jihadis killed will end up in mass graves.

A senior Iraqi commander told the AFP that earthmoving equipment was used "to bury the jihadists after we collected information on their identities and nationalities.

In Syria, where the U.S. and Russia are having a pissing contest over who can kill the most scumquats, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights estimates only 50,000 have been killed, but both countries have assured the Observatory that they're still working on it.

One Syrian commander told the media that what happens to dead jihadis is not a priority. "At the moment, we are more interested in what happens above ground than under it."

Another military source said, "The terrorists try to collect the dead. If we find them, we try to identify the foreigners for a possible information swap with their home countries."Was that too much?

Rest in pieces, dog chum.

Clinton: Trump is too tough on Iran and North Korea

It seems plausible that the two-time loser of the presidency, Hillary Clinton, is doing all she can to remain relevant as she speaks out against the person she lost to, Donald Trump. Now she's saying that his tough talk on Iran and North Korea is eroding our credibility abroad. 

But if anyone knows how to erode credibility, it's Hillary "It Was A Video" Clinton.

Clinton says Trump's tough talk and hardline stances on the two rogue nations could provoke a nuclear-arms race in East Asia. She believes his recent threat to the 2015 Iran one-way nuclear deal "makes us look foolish and small and plays right into Iranian hands." 

Sure, that makes perfect sense: Iran wants us to be tough on them so they can continue chanting "Death to America," and "Death to Israel" without feeling guilty.

It was Obama who played into their hands. He paid them before the deal was finalized and the deal allows them to self-inspect. Makes perfect sense to the naive and those who make excuses for cheaters, if you know what I mean.

"That is bad not just on the merits for this particular situation, but it sends a message across the globe that America's word is not good," the former secretary of state and Benghazi expert said.

Actually, Trump is finally sending the message that the United States is not longer going to allow Iran and North Korea to kick sand in our face. Now our message is: "We're as angry as hell and we're not going to take it anymore."

Our allies, particularly Israel, our closest ally in the Middle East, have hope that we have their 'six.' 

So, as usual, Hillary Clinton's got it backwards. The countries that count on us see Trump as the opposite of Obama, and perhaps they think he's even a bit crazy and would do what he promises. That scares our enemies enough to think about it, and reassures our friends they have a friend in us.

If Iran would be allowed to continue along the path they're on, there's no doubt they will develop a nuclear weapon and no doubt they'd use it on Israel. We know this because they've so much as said so. It would be wise to believe them--they live to die in their sick death cult mindset.

Clinton bloviated on: "This particular president is, I think, upending the kind of trust and credibility of the United States' position and negotiation that is imperative to maintain."

On the contrary, Trump is enhancing the trust our friends used to have in us and lost when Obama was in office and screwed up the Middle East while doing nothing about North Korea's nuclear ambitions.

Trump is right: the nuclear deal with Iran was "terrible" and the worst deal in the galaxy. (Those are my words, but I'm being hyperbolic for Trump's sake.)

Trump said on Friday, "We will not continue down a path whose predictable conclusion is more violence, more terror and the very real threat of Iran's nuclear breakout. Iran is not living up to the spirit of the deal."

But liberals say they are. Yet how can we know this if we aren't able to inspect Iran's military bases and they are the ones to provide soil samples for inspection?

It's ridiculous.

And North Korea? Is Clinton nuts?

Kim Jong Un is clearly set on getting a delivery system for his nuclear weapons program. He lusts for power while his people starve and no former president has done squat to stop him. Trump has finally gotten China and Russia to come on board with sanctions. Diplomacy has done nothing before Trump.

Hillary is like an annoying neighbor who keeps coming to your house and telling you what's wrong with it. She needs to go away.  

Saturday, October 14, 2017

Philippine Pres. prepared to establish a "revolutionary government"

Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is all kinds of crazy, but now he is telling the island nation that he is prepared to establish a "revolutionary government" to keep himself from being ousted from power. 

That's what's known as a dictatorship guys, and it's not a good thing.

Duterte gained fame for the mass killings of drug dealers and users. He doesn't care which--he will have you tossed from a helicopter or shot on the spot if you're caught with drugs.

The madman issued a warning on state television late Friday as he verbally assaulted the press, European lawmakers and anyone else who dare criticize his 'final solution' for the drug problem that has left thousands dead, killed for something in which they aren't afforded a trial, and it has human rights groups calling his methods a crime against humanity.

He made it clear that he would resort to a revolutionary government, not martial law, which requires congressional approval, if communists and other opponents tried to destabilize his rule.

So Duterte is making it an "Us against them commies" argument when it is really a human rights argument.

"If your destabilization is taking place and there is chaos already, I will not hesitate to declare a revolutionary government until the end of my term and I will arrest all of you and we can go to a full-scale war against the reds," he said, referring to communist rebels who've waged a nearly 50-year insurgency.

The paranoid Philippino autocrat alleged the U.S. CIA was part of a plot to destabilize him, and threatened to jail all who oppose him as well as the communist leaders.

"I will declare a revolutionary government, you are all arrested. I am not scaring people, just remember that," he said.

Duterte says how much he hates drugs, drug dealers and drug users. But his drug is power and he's drunk on it. He was elected last year on a law and order platform, but apparently what he says is the law and he seems to hold all the power.

He has no tolerance for differences of opinion and certainly not for dissent. In fact, one of his harshest critics, Senator Leila de Lima, is currently in prison on drug trafficking charges that she and her rights groups say were fabricated to silence her.

I have no doubt that's true as he has vowed to "destroy" another senator who is critical of him, while his hand servants seek to impeach the Supreme Court chief justice after she criticized parts of the drug war.

The paranoid schizophrenic leader of the Philippines also threatened to send home all European ambassadors because he believed they were criticizing the drug war (aka drug carnage) he was waging.

Haqqani's killed infant girl, raped wife ex-hostage says

After landing in Toronto on Friday with his family, Canadian Joshua Boyle told the media about his family's 5-year-long ordeal as "hostages" in Afghanistan.

Boyle, who sports a Mohammad-style beard (no mustache) said the Haqqani network killed his infant daughter and raped his American-born wife in captivity. 

Five years ago, Caitlan Coleman and Boyle went on a freaking backpacking trip in Afghanistan while she was pregnant! Both are now being considered for the coveted Darwin Awards.   

As any sane person may have predicted, the couple was abducted by the Haqqani extremist network, a terrorist group linked to the Taliban. After their first child was born, Coleman became pregnant three more times in captivity, because they are not geniuses.

According to U.S. government officials, Pakistani forces carried out the rescue based on our intelligence information.

The last leg of their journey was on Air Canada from London to Toronto. The family left Pakistan on a commercial flight after Boyle got cold feet taking a U.S. plane because he was afraid he'd be arrested based on his shady background--he was previously married to the sister of a known terrorist, Omar Khadr. 

Boyle was scared he'd be sent to Guantanamo Bay Detention Center like his brother-in-law, Khadr, had for 10 years after being captured in a 2002 firefight at an al Qaeda compound in Afghanistan.

But Boyle simply wanted to take his current wife backpacking in the-land-of -the-sand, nothing more.

However, the U.S. Department of Justice said neither Boyle nor his hijab-head-covered wife, Coleman, is wanted for any federal crime. (Coincidentally, 'Coleman' is also the name of the drug-addled sidekick of happy-go-crazy serial killer, Serge Storms, in Tim Dorsey's series of novels, but that's a different story.)

When the plane landed in Toronto, Coleman could be seen wearing a tan-colored hijab and she nodded without speaking when confirming her identity to a reporter.

In the two seats next to her were her two elder children and beyond them sat Boyle with the youngest child in his lap. U.S. State Department officials were on the plane with them.

Boyle, who most likely has converted to Islam and hates the West and all the infidels who dwell here, gave the Associated Press a handwritten statement expressing disagreement with  U.S. foreign policy.

The note read:
"God has given me and my family unparalleled resilience and determination, and to allow that to stagnate, to pursue personal pleasure of comfort while there is still deliberate and organized injustice in the world would be a betrayal of all I believe, and tantamount to sacrilege."
It sounds as if Boyle may be slightly crazy, as narcissistic as a Clinton, and a perpetrator of run-on sentences.

Boyle nodded to a State Department official and said as profoundly as he could say, "Their interests are not my interests."

He also said that one of his kids is in poor health and had to be force-fed by their Pakistani rescuers.

The family de-boarded the plane before the other passengers who were then inconvenienced about ten minutes before being allowed to leave the aircraft.

Not allowing any global event to go un-tweeted, President Trump tweeted just before they landed that the U.S. was "starting to develop a much better relationship with Pakistan and its leaders." However, noticeably missing from the tweet was Trump's signature exclamation point! He cryptically added, however, "I want to thank them for their cooperation on many fronts."

In the past, the U.S. has accused Pakistan of ignoring the Haqqani network, which held the family. The group is considered a terrorist organization but they don't usually kill their captives, and instead use them to make a few bucks in ransom.

The Haqqani group previously demanded the release of Anas (the second 'a' is pronounced like a 'u') Haqqani, a son of the group's founder, in exchange for the Boyle-Coleman group. 

In a video released by the Haqqani network, Boyle begged the Afghan government not to execute Taliban prisoners, or he and his wife would be killed. 

They inexplicably weren't killed. Perhaps it was due to their love of Allah, Islam and jihad, but we cannot know what's in the mind of someone who takes his pregnant wife backpacking into Afghanistan . . . or takes a pregnant wife backpacking, period.

According to U.S. officials, several other Americans are being held by militant groups in Pakistan or Afghanistan.

One hostage is Kevin King, 60, a teacher at the American University of Afghanistan in Kabul. King was abducted in August of last year.

Then there's Paul Overby, a writer in his 70s who had gone to the region several times until his luck ran out and he disappeared in eastern Afghanistan in 2014.

But getting back to Boyle and his family, while I'm not a conspiracy theorist, I suspect there's a lot more to him and his wife than we know. 

I have very little doubt that he converted to Islam and from anecdotal evidence we see so often in the media, infidels who convert to Islam tend to do it for jihad-centric reasons. 

Methinks he's Bowe Bergdahl in Islamic civvies. 

Another Affleck groping episode

Ben Affleck apologized for grabbing Hilarie Burton's left breast  in 2003 during his appearance on TRL. But hours later another woman came forward accusing him of touching her inappropriately.

Annamarie Tendler, a makeup artist married to former "Saturday Night Live" writer John Mulaney, castigated Affleck for allegedly groping her buttocks at a party in 2014.

"I would also love to get an apology from Ben Affleck who grabbed my ass at a Golden Globes party in 2014," Tendler tweeted Wednesday evening.

"He walked by me, cupped my butt and pressed his finger into my crack," she said and added, "I guess he tried to play it like he was politely moving me out of the way and oops touched my butt instead of my lower back."

(You may recall a photo of Barack Obama doing something similar to the mother of traitor Bowe Bergdahl.)

"Like most women in these situations I didn't say anything but I have thought a lot about what I'd say if I ever saw him again."

Comedy writer Jen Statsky tweeted confirmation of Tendler's allegation, tweeting, "I was also at this party and *multiple* friends had this same exact experience."

That's a lot of butt-grabbing, if true.

On Tuesday, Burton, 35, tweeted that she "didn't forget" Affleck "tweaking" her left breast during the taping of TRL.

The allegations became public after Affleck denounced Harvey Weinstein for his alleged harassment and rape of multiple women who've come forward.

Affleck said of Burton's accusal, "I acted inappropriately toward Ms. Burton and I sincerely apologize."

A liberal source, attempting to minimize Affleck's disgusting behavior said, "Any allusion that he's anywhere close to Harvey Weinstein is absurd and could be considered defamatory," the source warned, hinting to those who might argue the point with possible legal action. And while the source wasn't disclosed, my guess is that it's his mommy.

A representative for the lowlife actor declined to comment because, hey, what can you say about such behavior?

The liberals pretend to own the moral high ground. Most of them hate America, free speech, guns and religion. And they hate those of us who love all or most of those things.

So next time they try to act superior, just laugh and walk away--it really pisses them off.

Hillary Clinton may teach ethics at Columbia U.

Hillary Clinton may return to the world of academia and teach at Columbia University. 

She will be joining such notables there as Kathy Boudin, a convicted cop killer and former Weather Underground radical. 

Then there's Joseph Massad, an Islamic radical who's known for his anti-Israel, pro-Palestinian views who has stated that "the Jews are not a nation. The Jewish state is a racist state that doesn't have the right to exist." 

And let's not forget Nicholas De Genova who, in 2003, told a campus "teach-in" that he wanted to see the  U.S. defeated in Iraq and suffer "a million Mogadishus" (referring to the 1993 Somalia ambush that killed 18 Americans).

So here we have Hillary Clinton, a Saul Alinsky, Rules for Radicals scholar, in discussions with Columbia University over a formal role at the Ivy League school where she may eventually house her archives, now that her gig as president of the United States didn't pan out.

One option they are discussing is an esteemed "University Professor" role that would allow her to lecture across a range of schools and departments without the requirement of an actual course load, according to a source for Fox News.

Hillary, who is a former law professor, might teach a course on ethics, but my source, Vinny Boombots, says that she's more likely to entertain the idea of teaching criminal law loopholes. 

Still, she can decide at any time in the future if she wants to settle at the law school of perhaps the School of International and Public Affairs. (Bill hopes for the latter position but only heard the last part of the school's title.)

The reason Hillary is expected to give for teaching at Columbia, according to Boombots, will be that she and Bill are "dirt poor" now that Donald Trump and Russia stole the election from her.

"She's trying to figure out what she wants to do, a source said. "It could end up with the papers at one place and she has some sort of faculty role at another. She hasn't quite come to a decision."

Or maybe, if President Trump's campaign promise is realized, she will be teaching law to fellow inmates at federal lockup.

Friday, October 13, 2017

Bill and Hillary not speaking

We knew it had to come sooner or later--the friction between Bill and Hillary Clinton showing itself like a puss-pimple ready to burst.

According to controversial author and journalist, Ed Klein, the once loving couple (loving when New York City was the nation's capital) are not speaking to each other. This supposedly comes after a kerfuffle over edits by Bill of Hillary's whiney political novel, "What Happened."

Klein has covered the Clintons for years and the left does all it can to discredit him.

But Klein says he has reliable sources close to the former first family (or so-called family) and he told "Fox & Friends" on Friday that Bill Clinton threw a manuscript of the book into the trash after she ignored his advice not to publish it (aka publishit). The book allegedly recounts her experience on the 2016 campaign trail in a failed bid to be THE FIRST FEMALE PRESIDENT IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA! as she was wont to scream.

"He told her she looked angry and out of touch," Klein said, and explained that Bill was trying to give his lovely wife of too many years constructive criticism and was trying to help her edit, but "she didn't listen to him.'

"He tried to edit and and she would have nothing to do with it," Klein said.

Klein is a former New York Times Magazine editor and has been labeled by liberal media watchdogs  as a "conspiracy theorist," a term often used by such groups as Media Matters, headed by David Brock, and whose main job is to smear political opponents and even liberals who disagree with certain issues.

The Clintons and other Democrats have denied Klein's claims about the Clintons' personal life and political feuds.

Klein said the discord began for the Clintons a month prior to the election, when Bill warned Hillary that she was "losing" and not "polling," and blamed this on her refusal to visit the rust-belt states. In defense of her stupidity, she accused him of "not understanding modern data collection techniques," and said he was "out of touch."

What, like with a cloth?

Klein said the "tension" between the love vultures has been going on for years, and there were times when they haven't spoken to each other, particularly after the Monica Lewinsky oral sex with Bill in the Oval Office scandal. But Klein said this time may be different.

In other words, telling Hillary that she was wrong in how she went about her campaign for the presidency is worse than Bill getting serviced by a White House aide. 

"Basically, she called him an old fool," Klein said.

"They haven't lived together for a long time. Once in a while, they get together for photo-ops," Klein said, not mentioning the photo-op they had with Harvey Weinstein. "But they've been on the phone together for years and years talking about politics."

Finally, Klein added: "But now that she lost, it looks to me that the Clinton dynasty is over, and they don't have much to talk about anymore."

Thursday, October 12, 2017

Two Rocket Men missing and may have a job to do

Top North Korean officials involved in the ballistic missile program (aka "Rocket Men") were nowhere to be seen at recent NoKo events.

Ri Man-gon is the supervisor of the department dealing with nuclear and missile development. He's the guy who jumps for joy when one of NoKo's rockets get off the launch pad without blowing up and thus having Kim make him dodge anti-aircraft shells.

Kim Rak-gyom is the head of the strategic rocket forces. He tends to perspire whenever he's in the company of his fearless leader, Kim Jong-Un. 
Man-gon jumping

Both Rak-gyom and Man-gon were noticeably missing at the Saturday rally in Pyongyang as well as another celebration on Tuesday for the anniversary of the Worker's Party of Korea , according to Chosun Ilbo a South Korean newspaper.

So what's the big deal, you ask. 

"It's highly likely that they were absent because they'd been given an important assignment," a government-funded organization staff member said. 

The source told Chosun Ilbo that there was "little chance" those guys were removed from their important military positions because they were "praised for [their most recent] achievements [of bringing the Western world closer to total annihilation except for Dennis Rodman]."

The absence of the two leaders was discovered by the release of recent photos of celebrations and rallies. "Usually these two clowns dance around and laugh like idiots, just to please Kim Jong Un so that he doesn't have them killed," my source who goes by the pseudonym Vinny Boombots said.

Some officials say that North Korea might use special holidays to fire one off. Let's hope that it will not be an Iranian holiday. They've carried out previous nuclear tests during Memorial Day Weekend, Lunar New Year celebrations in China and Kim Jong Un's birthday. 

Thankfully, they've given a free pass to Christmas and Chanukah. And the last missile they fired was a Passover Japan.

Clinton: 'Weinstein made me sick to my stomach--that's why I waited 5 days'

Former secretary of state, former First Lady, former New York State Senator, and two-time presidential candidate loser, Hillary Rodham Clinton, took five full days to speak out about her former close friend, Harvey "Touch This" Weinstein. 

Many on the right side of the aisle have condemned her for that and some even say she should return the money that he gave to her losing campaign, but in an interview with my "Man on the Street" Vinny Boombots, Hillary showed a vulnerable, softer side.

The interview took place at Totonno's Pizzeria in Brooklyn's Coney Island on Wednesday. Hillary was apparently open and said she was being "completely honest."

Vinny: Hey, do you like being called 'Mrs. Clinton' or perhaps 'First Lady Clinton'? Or what?

Hillary: You can call me anything you want, Mr. Boombots, but don't call me 'Late for Pizza' ha . . . ha . . . ha. [laughs mechanically and her eyes go off on their own.]

Vinny: [forces a laugh] Great. So here's what I want to ask you: Why did you wait five days before coming out of the woods to talk about Harvey Weinstein?

Hillary: Like I said, and I meant every word, after hearing about what he had done to those poor women, it made me sick to my stomach. It was disgusting. Imagine, trying to get a woman to watch him bathe. Have you looked at Harvey's body? Horrible.

Vinny: Yeah, but why five days?

Hillary: I was literally sick, as I said. I couldn't leave my home because every time I thought of Weinstein, it made me sick. Literally sick. I was throwing up for five days. Every time I ate an American hot dog, or tried to down a piece of apple pie, I couldn't hold it down.

Vinny: Your house must smell like a used discarded diaper.

Hillary: Ha . . . ha . . . ha. That's rich! Ha. Well, no--we have people to take care of those needs. But I'm never going to have anything to do with Harvey Weinstein anymore. If he gives me campaign funding, it's going right back.

Vinny: Is that because with all the campaign funding you received for the 2016 presidential race, it didn't matter; you still lost to a man who actually spoke about doing things to women that Harvey Weinstein may have actually done?

Hillary: This interview is over Boombots. Get the f*** out of my face.

ISIS 'White Widow' believed killed

Sally Jones (aka "The White Widow") was one of the most  notorious Islamic State recruiters. She used to be a British punk rock person but now she's most likely just a pile of burnt meat.

It is highly likely that Jones, 50, and a mother of two, was killed in June by a U.S. strike in Syria. 

Jones converted to Islam, fled to Syria and became a top recruiter for the Islamic State crap weasels, but a drone strike ended her career near the border between Syria and Iraq.

May she rest in pieces.

"The Americans zapped her trying to get away from Raqqa. Quite frankly, it's good riddance," a British source familiar with the drone strike told the Sun, the media outlet first to report on the rapper-turned-scumquat's death.

Jones will now be with her husband, Junaid Hussain, who was killed in an airstrike in 2015 as part of a larger campaign against ISIS. Jones and Hussain were often called "Mr. and Mrs. Terror" and were linked to numerous terror plots.

Sadly, Jones' 12-year-old son Jojo Jones was also believed to have been killed in the strike and will never get the chance to blow himself up in front of others.

"The premise that Sally Jones and her son are dead is probably accurate," an unnamed British official told The Times of London

Jones, being the wonderful mother that she was, used Jojo as a human shield during skirmishes with anti-ISIS forces (aka we infidels). Her last sighting was of her running like a dog from Raqqa after U.S.-backed forces liberated that sleepy little town.

Jones was top priority on the U.S. "send 'em to hell list" and was a high-value target as a top female recruiter, particularly of young girls. She lured them into Syria to become jihadi brides (aka sex slave baby makers), and used Twitter and other social media to threaten Britain with attacks.

Jojo was not targeted by the U.S. military strike and wasn't considered a combatant yet. He was just with the wrong mother at the wrong time. But, according to the Times, Jones used Jojo in a propaganda video where he was seen shooting an ISIS hostage in the back of the head.

Perhaps it was an innocent mistake on Jojo's part, but many say that, like his mother and father, he will not be missed.

So I guess you could say, "It's a rap."

Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Trump and Mattis shoot down NBC claims on nukes

President Trump had an ally in Secretary of Defense James Mattis when "Mad Dog" backed him up on challenging the claim by NBC that the Commander-In-Chief wants to drastically increase our nuclear arsenal tenfold. Trump called the press "disgusting."

While Canadian Prime Minister Justin "Inshallah" Trudeau sat on the sidelines in the Oval Office, Trump went after the NBC report.

"Frankly, it's disgusting the press is able to write whatever it wants to write and people should look into it," Trump told other left-wing reporters. "I never discussed increasing [the nuclear arsenal]. That is fake news by NBC, which gives a lot of fake news recently."

What he said he only wanted was "modernization" and "rehabilitation" of the stockpile.

It isn't clear what 'rehabilitation' means unless Trump meant that he wanted to replace the current uranium in the warheads with fresh uranium and maybe put a new coat of paint on the bomb with a picture of Kim Jong Un on the side.

"It's got to be in tip-top shape," the president said. "I know the capability we have, and it is awesome. It is massive." Huge. Humongous. Incredible.

Trump slammed the press for allegedly making up sources. "There are no sources," he said, and NBC didn't provide any when they gave the story. Hopefully the American public will be skeptical when there are anonymous sources in this type of "journalism."

Defense Secretary Mattis, who doesn't always carry water for Trump, issued a statement saying: "Recent reports that the President called for an increase in the U.S. nuclear arsenal are absolutely false. This kind of erroneous reporting is irresponsible." In other words, it's about an arsenal statement made by an arse.

Earlier on Wednesday, Trump threatened to go after the licenses of "NBC and the Networks," as he increased his ire about "Fake News." This was likely in response to the NBC report on Trump's arsenal ambitions.

"With all of the Fake News coming out of NBC and the Networks, at what point is it appropriate to challenge their License? Bad for country!" he exclaimed in a tweet.

I believe that if the allegations are false, then there's no need for Trump to be concerned. And going after the licenses of media outlets sounds like something a dictator would do and I don't believe Trump should go there, not even verbally. 

A free press is as American as the National Anthem, and to take that away, even from the liberals who may use it for their purposes, goes against the First Amendment. It will only make Trump look bad, I believe.

Sharyl Attkisson, a former CBS reporter, and a working journalist for over thirty years, writes about smearing one's opponents, in her book titled: The Smear: How Shady Political Operatives and Fake News Control What You See, What You Think, and How You Vote. I highly recommend you read it.

Trump tweeted earlier: "Fake @NBCNews made up a story that I wanted a 'tenfold' increase in our U.S. nuclear arsenal. Pure fiction, made up to demean. NBC=CNN!" proving once again that Trump ends roughly the same percentage of his tweets [with an exclamation point] as the percentage of negative news articles published about him, or 92 percent!

"Trump indicated he wanted a bigger stockpile, not the bottom position on that downward-sloping curve," NBC reported.

Officials were said to be surprised by Trump's alleged suggestion, but said that no increase in the arsenal was planned.

Ali Velshi
An NBC representative didn't return a request for comment Wednesday, but MSNBC host Ali Velshi tweeted that the network "stands by our reporting."

As you may know, Velshi has a condition known as "dishonesty induced trichotillomania" whereby he pulls a hair from his head every time he tells a lie. 

Ben Affleck accused of groping Hilarie Burton

What's good for the goose is allegedly good for Ben Affleck. The pressure is on him now that the Harvey Weinstein scandal is out of the closet. 

Actress Hilarie Burton claimed on Twitter that she was groped by Afflect during his appearance on TRL (Total Request Live) which she was hosting in 2003. The claim came just hours after Affleck issued a carefully worded statement condemning Weinstein's alleged sexual assaults and harassment of actresses that spanned three decades, including such names as Gwyneth Paltrow and Angelina Jolie.

Affleck's statement, which came after five days of silence from him and other notable folks (like Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, for example) he was summarily attacked by Rose McGowan, the actress instrumental in exposing Weinstein.

McGowan insinuated she had told Ben Affleck about her experience with sleazy Weinstein, and he reacted in a way that suggested he knew Weinstein's "MO" with women and how he harassed them and was sexually inappropriate. 

McGowan and Affleck co-starred in Phantoms, in 1998. The film was distributed by Weinstein's Miramax and released the following year after an alleged episode between Weinstein and McGowan at a Sundance hotel room. Weinstein paid her $100,000 which kind of makes him look like he had done something and he wanted her to keep her mouth shut about it.

One fan tweeted that Affleck might as well have "kept quiet," and another Twitter user tweeted: "He also grabbed Hilarie Burton's breasts on TRL once. Everyone forgot though."

Then Hilarie Burton jumped into the Twitter thread confirming that she remembered the incident in which she wrote: "I was a kid."

Yes, she wa a 21-year-old 'kid' at the time--too young to say something because she was afraid she'd never go far in Hollywood, I suspect.

Then she tweeted a clip of TRL outtakes and says (most likely referring to the Affleck groping): "he comes over and tweaks my left boob." With that clip, which was edited and presented as a glimpse at life behind the scenes on TRL, commenting in a way that suggests she laughed off the incident as a psychological defense.

McGowan claims she was assaulted by Weinstein in 1997 and has been calling out the Affleck brothers over their silence on the Weinstein scandal all week.

Where's the outrage over murder of cheerleader?

Jury selection began Monday in the trial in which Quinton Tellis, as 29-year-old man, is accused of dousing Jessica Chambers, a 19-year-old former high school cheerleader with a flammable liquid and lighting her on fire, then leaving her to die along a back road in north Mississippi on December 6, 2014.

Tellis faces life in prison and has pleaded not guilty to the charge of first degree murder.

The trial opens Tuesday morning in Batesville as jurors will be selected on Monday in Pike County, along the southern border with Louisiana. 

Prosecutors are expected to call more than 40 witnesses and the trial could last as long as two weeks.

Jessica Chambers was found by firefighters outside her burning car on a back road in Panola County's Courtland community on the evening of Dec. 6, 2014. She

 She died hours later at the Regional Medical Center at Memphis after having been burned over 98 percent of her body.

John Champion, District Attorney of Panola County, said that he believed this was a "personal crime" because Tellis and Chambers knew each other. It was not related to drug or gang activity, although 17 suspected gang bangers were arrested as a result of the investigation.

The prosecutor has not yet revealed to the media what Chambers told firefighters when they found her.

Tellis has prior convictions for burglary and fleeing police. He was released from prison October 2014, just two months before the Chambers murder. He also faces another murder indictment in Louisiana where he's accused in the torture death of Meing-Chen Hsiao, a 34-year-old Taiwanese graduate student who was attending the University of Louisiana at Monroe.

The indictment alleges that Tellis likely stabbed Hsiao over 30 times in her face and body to get her to reveal her debit card PIN before killing her on July 29, 2015. He was extradited to Mississippi from Louisiana in June after pleading guilty to fraudulent use of Hsaio's debit card. 

I guess she fell into the knife.

Rev. Al Sharpton is expected to condemn the killing of an innocent white woman and Taiwanese woman by a black man if he is found guilty, but don't hold your breath.

Black Lives Matter was unavailable for comment.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Drexel "Professor" lawyers up after suspension over Trump-bashing

Hates himself for being white
A radical leftist professor at Drexel is claiming victim status because like a wart in one's nether regions, he just won't go away.

George Ciccariello-Maher (I will henceforth call him 'Duh' so I don't have to write his entire annoying name in full) is the guy, you may recall, who tweeted last Christmas: "All I want for Christmas is White Genocide."

Which, in his case, is suicide because he's white and evidently quite self-loathing.

Duh also saw fit to comment on the story in which a First Class passenger aboard an airline gave up his seat to a soldier in uniform. Duh said that he wanted to vomit.

Drexel wrongfully said that Duh's "white genocide" tweet and the others, fall under the category of "protected speech." They said they were not going to discipline him . . . until public pressure changed their little minds. Many potential students said they refused to attend the school after Duh's anti-American racist garbage went onto social media.

When it comes to a job, just like with the NFL, they're wrong. A company has the right to terminate the employment of anyone who threatens the reputation and image of the company, but they are otherwise free to say it.

Now Duh is threatening to take "all necessary legal action" after his suspension that came following his tweet-crapping against "white supremacist patriarchy" after the Las Vegas shooting. The crap weasel told the leftist Washington Post that he's on "administrative leave" following a "smear campaign by conservatives aimed at academics."

But academics can "smear" conservatives and GOP presidents because most professors are liberal and are generally preaching to the choir.

Unless it hurts the school's bottom line.

The chum-brain tenured Duh doesn't blame his suspension on his inflammatory tweets, but on "illegal threats of violence" after Fox News and other outlets wrote stories on his tweets (this blog included), in which he blamed the Las Vegas massacre on "Trumpism" and a "narrative of white victimization."

Doesn't Duh sound a lot like Rachel Dolezal, the white woman of German descent who "identifies" as black?

"The safety of Drexel's students, faculty, professional staff and police officers are of paramount concern to Drexel," university spokeswoman Niki Gianakaris said in a statement. "Due to a growing number of threats directed at Professor George Ciccariello-Maher, and increased concerns about both his safety and the safety of Drexel's community, after careful consideration the University has decided to place Professor Ciccariello-Maher [Duh] on administrative leave. We believe this is a necessary step to ensure the safety of our campus."

Now it's the safety veto, like the ones schools force on conservative speakers like Ben Shapiro and Ann Coulter. But previously, the university said that Duh's tweets "do not represent the university's views."

So now they do.

Duh said Drexel displayed "cowardice" and they send the wrong message by "bowing to pressure from racist internet trolls."

I'd say that anyone making blanket 'white supremacist' accusations might actually be the real racist. And there's no doubt who the 'troll' is in Duh's case.

Will Disney CEO fire ESPN's Jemele Hill or will he 'let her slide'?

Bob Iger, Disney CEO is being pressured to fire an obvious racist whose racially charged words have angered conservatives and now maybe some NFL bosses.

Iger, like Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Mark Cuban, Elizabeth Warren, Joe Biden, Cory Booker, Andrew Cuomo, Al Franken, Kamala Harris, Jay Inslee, Tim Kaine, Terry McAuliffe, John Hickenlooper, Martin O'Malley, Howard Schultz, Mark Zuckerberg, George Clooney, Rosie O'Donnell, Ozzie and Harriet, may have designs on running against President Trump in 2020, and he might be risking upsetting the leftists. 
Photo: Reuters

And hopefully, those who already ran against Trump, will still be alive in 2020 as the Democratic Party is made up of old men and women who love illegal immigrants more than they love the National Anthem.

From a business standpoint, it would be wise for Iger to ditch the racist Hill. She's definitely bad for business and cannot be too bright for making those remarks.

Calling the president a "white supremacist" and saying that if he "were not white, he never would have been elected," wasn't very smart. One could make a case that if Barack Obama were not black, he'd have not been elected president because he got well over 90 percent of the black vote, and according to Harry Reid, he is clean and well-spoken. [And Democrats don't have a problem with Harry Reid having said that.]

Hill was merely suspended for two weeks on Monday after she violated the company's social media guidelines for the second time in less than a month.

Al Sharptongue defended Jemele Hill because he too is a racist and she is black and Trump is a white Republican. Sharptongue said that Hill's suspension "should NOT go unanswered."

Photo: AP
If there's a buck to be made out of a racial issue, Sharpton's on it like wet on water, or the other simile that I'm not going to write. 

Hill also went after Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones' new policy that his players must stand for the National Anthem. She said that her audience should boycott the team's advertisers. Not smart.

Dan Gainor, the VP of Media Research Center believes Hill has shown sh has "no ethics: and if Iger wants ESPN to remain successful, she needs to go.

"She falsely claimed that President Trump is a white supremacist. She wasn't fired or suspended. She didn't have to apologize to Trump or even take down the posts. But let her say something about lefty ESPN's advertisers and she is suspended instantly," Gainor told Fox News. "If ESPN wants some return to credibility, she can't stay. She wouldn't fit in. But if ESPN wants to stay as what critics call MSESPN, the 'woke' version of sports, then Hill certainly fits in well."

Iger has become more political lately and some are speculating that he, like other people on TV or in politics, has his eyes on the White House. And according the the failing New York Times, Iger is "emerging as a credible contender in the 2020 presidential speculation game," and the left-wing Washington Post has him listed as a top contender to make it onto the Democratic ticket.

Jennifer Saba of Reuters, said Iger's "priorities are all out of whack" because he runs a huge media company ($155 billion) and if he's serious about running against Trump, it shouldn't be at the expense of Disney or Mickey.

Iger admits he was directly involved in the decision to keep Hill on board, mainly because, while he hasn't experienced racism directed at his whiteness, he understands that black Americans are not happy with Trump because of the bull crap his type of media puts out there. It isn't as if the KKK and neo-nazis were laying low while Obama was president--they just refused to report on it.

This post could go on and on about Hill and Iger, but I won't bore you with the same garbage details about Hill's lame excuses, other than to say that Clay Travis, a Fox Sports radio host, labeled Hill's actions as "one of the dumbest things" he's "ever seen in his life" and wondered if she is "intentionally trying to get fired" in order to get another job.

"If you are in the business that we are in," Travis said on 'Outkick the Show', "your salary is either paid by advertisers or the NFL. Especially at ESPN . . . her entire show is underwritten by these same sponsors."

So it seems as if ESPN endorsed Hill's first tweet about Trump but not the tweet involving the bottom line.