In a lengthy report released by the New York Times today, several notable media personalities were exposed for being desperate enough to buy their Twitter followers. The article explained how the company Devumi provides fake fans for celebrities, influencers, media types, and anyone else who can’t create their own online following, as they rack in “millions of dollars” for their services. The Times went on to call out by name the people guilty of using the company. The list includes Britt McHenry, Aaron Klein, Elizaebth MacDonald, Joe Concha, Millie Weaver, Richard Karlgaard, Sharyn Alfonsi. Additionally, the socialist publication Jacobin was named for purchasing some of their followers as well. They were subsequently slammed as “dystopia writers” for it by the editor-in-chief of rival progressive magazine Mother Jones.
Harvey Weinstein’s ex-assistant is suing the disgraced Hollywood filmmaker on the basis that she was allegedly forced to assist in injecting his penis with erectile dysfunction meds and “clean up the semen” after his sexual rendezvouses — among other disturbing tasks. The assistant in question, Sandeep Rehal, was employed by the movie producer for roughly two years. She left her position in 2015 after putting up with countless cases of unwanted sexual advances, including groping and verbal harassment, the suit claims. Of course, she is far from the only woman to make such allegations, as dozens of women have come forward since October to accuse Weinstein of sexual misconduct — ranging from groping to rape. In one of the most disturbing segments of the suit, one of the ex-assistant’s duties went as follows:
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Conservative pundit Michelle Malkin apparently believes that every journalism school in America should teach their students how to dress up like Osama bin Laden, how to lure a “hot blonde” CNN reporter onto a boat filled with dildos, and how to pay a woman to pose as a rape victim in an attempt to debunk credible sexual misconduct allegations. Malkin made the suggestion while speaking at a launch party for James O’Keefe’s new book at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., as she demanded colleges start using American Pravda: My Fight for Truth in the Era of Fake News as a textbook. Incidentally, the “journalist” that Malkin is lionizing is best known for the all the aforementioned screw-ups. “I would pretty much crawl over broken glass to do anything that James O’Keefe asked me to do, because he is in my view one of the most Continue reading "Michelle Malkin: James O’Keefe’s Book Should Be Assigned Reading ‘In Every J-School’"
Jack Posobiec — Pizzagate truther, fringe pro-Trump media figure and newlywed — claims the Bumble dating profile of him that surfaced on Twitter yesterday is a fake account that the app created for free publicity and as part of a conspiracy against him. Screenshots of the Posobiec dating account went viral in a Wednesday tweet after user Lindsey Ledford posted the following:
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The actor who played Barney the Dinosaur on the classic children’s TV show Barney & Friends currently works as a tantric massage guru — where his job involves engaging in everything from intimate touching to full sexual intercourse with female clients. David Joyner, who wore the purple dinosaur suit for 10 years, explained to VICE that his passion for “tantra” has been a lifelong interest. He even used that “energy” while acting as Barney. “The energy I brought up [while] in the costume is based on the foundation of tantra, which is love,” he told reporter Rebekah Sager. “Everything stems, grows, and evolves from love. Even when you have emotionally blocked energy, the best way to remove it is to remove it with love, and then replace it with God’s divine love. Love heals and allows you to continue to grow.” Joyner acted as Barney from 1991-2001 and Continue reading "Actor Who Played Barney the Dinosaur Now Works as a Tantric Sex Guru"
Host Drew Carey took quite a fall on The Price Is Right stage after an overeager contestant latched onto him in an attempted hug, causing them both to crash to the floor. Carey’s fall looked particularly painful, as his side landed on top of what appears to be a metal light fixture. However, the host shot back up to his feet and announced that he was “fine” — all while the contestant apologized profoundly for the stumble. Despite the hard fall, Carey carried on with the show and seemed to recover just fine. Of course, this isn’t the first time The Price Is Right has dealt with humorous on-stage embarrassment. In a throwback episode, a model displaying a refrigerator that contestants could win experiences technical trouble as she can’t seem to get the fridge’s doors to close. The gaffe has since been turned into a widely-used GIF. Additionally, Carey has Continue reading "WATCH: Drew Carey Got Knocked Over On Stage by a Price Is Right Contestant"
As she prepared to issue a sentence, Judge Rosemarie Aquilina gave a powerful statement standing up for victims who experienced sexual abuse at the hands of ex-USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, as well as the countless other stories of such misconduct that go unreported every year. The focus of Aquilina’s message was: “It stops now.” Just before she addressed the courtroom in Lansing, Michigan, Nassar offered a brief statement of his own — apologizing for damaging the lives of his victims and saying this experience has “shaken me to my core.” The judge responded to Nassar’s words with the following:
“I hope you are shaken to your core. Your victims are clearly shaken to the core…Before I get to sentencing, I want to talk about a couple of things. First, I said what I needed to say to the victims. You are no longer victims. You are survivors. You’re very Continue reading "Judge Aquilina Delivers Powerful Remarks to ‘Survivors’ at Larry Nassar Sentencing: ‘It Stops Now’"