Archive for Corinne Weaver

Celebs, Journalists Want to ‘Trade’ ‘Sociopath’ Trump for Kim Jong-Un

<p>To liberal Hollywood, Trump is the worst thing that could possibly happen. So when North Korean dictator Kim-Jong Un referred to him as a “dotard,” celebrity activists were quick to condone the insult. After all, it’s what they’ve been saying for years.</p> <p> </p>

Actress Branded ‘Inappropriate’ by Liberals for Speaking About Constitution

<p>It’s a sad world we live in where talking about the Constitution is considered inappropriate for children. But for actress Janine Turner (<em>Northern Exposure</em>), these are the accusations she faced from parents of the students she teaches about the Constitution. A former board member, who is a current member of the #Resistance, pushed the school who hosted Turner to apologize for inviting her.</p> <p> </p>

Actress Branded ‘Inappropriate’ by Liberals for Speaking About Constitution

<p>It’s a sad world we live in where talking about the Constitution is considered inappropriate for children. But for actress Janine Turner (<em>Northern Exposure</em>), these are the accusations she faced from parents of the students she teaches about the Constitution. A former board member, who is a current member of the #Resistance, pushed the school who hosted Turner to apologize for inviting her.</p> <p> </p>

Chelsea Handler: ‘Russia Hacked the Weather System’

<p>While celebrities and media alike are coming up with all sorts of conspiracy theories about Russia hacking the elections, Chelsea Handler has come up with a conspiracy theory all her own.</p> <p> </p>

Netflix’s ‘Big Mouth’ Is a Vulgar, Gross Cartoon Series on Teen Sex

<p>“Fear not, teenagers, because Nick Kroll is here to guide you through the awkward journey of puberty,” says <em>Variety</em>’s Rebecca Rubin. Actually, teenagers should fear indeed.</p> <p> </p>

Jay-Z Dedicates ‘Story of O.J.’ to Colin Kaepernick, ‘Love Trumps Hate’

<p>We live in bizarre times. A famous rapper dedicated a song about a famous football player/murderer to a football player that sat out the national anthem because he doesn’t like America. Sounds about right.</p>

NYT: Comedy Central Says Conservatives Don’t Believe in ‘Reality’

<p>Comedy Central has always tried to capitalize on mocking conservative audiences. Stephen Colbert’s old show, based on Bill O’Reilly, and <em>Broad City</em>, worshipping Hillary and bleeping out Trump’s name, are just prime examples.</p> <p>But in an interview with <em>The New York Times</em>, it seems like the outlet is going a step further. Its new show, <em>The Opposition</em>, a spinoff of<em> The Daily Show</em>, is a satire based on Trump supporters. Jordan Klepper, who plays a “buffoonish and yet smart character” who defends Trump on the <em>Daily Show</em>, is basing a show on it, much like Stephen Colbert’s previous <em>The Colbert Report</em>.</p> <p> </p>

For the Sake of Art: ‘Biblical’ Film ‘Mother!’ Depicts Mob Eating A Baby

<p>Modern art has come to a bizarre stage: anything, literally anything, can be justified for the sake of it. When a film, that reviewers claim is based on biblical allegory, showcases graphic cannibalism and torture porn, you can bet the liberal media will cheer.</p> <p> </p>

Hollywood Hypocrites! Tinseltown Is Racist and Sexist, But Wants Us to Obey

<p>This Fall TV season is starting to arrive and the Emmys are just around the corner. Likely both will provide the media with new opportunities to preach to ordinary Americans about how diverse Hollywood is. But what those claims won’t tell you is that Hollywood is one of the most racist, sexist places to work.</p>

Rapper Sings About Trump and Assassinations: ‘Wyclef for President’

<p>Artists are more than willing to jump on the political train to make a buck these days. Trump, presidents, politics, these are all dollar signs to singers and actors alike.</p> <p>After a long hiatus spend dabbling in Haitian politics, singer and rapper Wyclef Jean made a return to the stage to sing once again. Only this time, it was the <em>Salon</em> stage, and this time, he sang a song called “If I Was President.” The lyrics started with “Donald Trump” and several references to American politics.</p> <p> </p>

Robert Redford to Esquire: Trump is ‘Our Fault,’ Worse ‘Than Nixon’

<p>Starring in movies about politics allegedly gives celebrities a political background. At least, that’s what Robert Redford thought in his latest interview.</p> <p> </p>

Jim Carrey: Americans May Have to ‘Struggle’ Like ‘People Did Under the Czar’

<p>One has to wonder: Are some celebrities promoting communism in their anti-Trump rants? According to Jim Carrey, the hurricanes and politics are linked, “Trump is a fucking imbecile,” and Americans are going to “struggle” like “people did under the czar,” which, unless Carrey doesn’t know, means that his idea of “progress” is the tyrannical communism brought to Russia by Stalin.</p>

NYM: White Audiences Must ‘Examine Their Racist Failings’

<p>Relics of the past should be preserved, for the sake of history, art, and future generations. But the current frenzy to demand removal of (and in some cases actually violently destroy) Confederate monuments, and even American monuments threatens to erase large swaths of American history -- noble and deplorable alike.</p> <p> </p>

Statues and Libs: ‘White Supremacist’ Columbus vs. Singer Prince

<p>Sometimes, one has to wonder what people are learning in schools. And in the wake of the Charlottesville incident, one especially has to wonder has to wonder what they earned about Christopher Columbus.</p> <p> </p>

George Clooney on Trump’s ‘Both Sides’ Phrasing: ‘A Great Crime’

<p>Ah, Hollywood: once you’ve directed a movie about white people being paranoid, you know it all.</p> <p>Especially if your name is George Clooney and you live in an 18th century Italian villa. The actor, whose latest project, <em>Suburbicon</em>, addresses racist agendas in the 1950’s, had a lot to say on the subject of racism, Charlottesville, and of course, Trump. <em>Hollywood Reporter</em>’s Stephen Galloway wrote that Clooney stated in a phone call in late August, “You can never say, ‘Well, those guys were bad and these guys were bad.’ And to hear those words  come out of the president of the United States, that is a great crime.”</p> <p> </p>

‘The Atlantic’s’ Litany of Racist Sins: Being White Is a ‘Bloody Heirloom’

<p>Race relations and identity politics are what drive some people to make some unbelievable judgments on the United States. Long before the Charlottesville incident in August, the left has slimed the right at racists and white supremacists. In <em>The Atlantic</em>, an essay by National Correspondent Ta-Nehisi Coates, with the headline, “The First White President,” was published this week. Coates, of course, is a man so blinded by his own rage-addled racism that he declared the cops and firemen who died in the 9-11 attacks “were not human to me.” An excerpt from his new book, <em>We Were Eight Years in Power</em>, the essay detailed the sins of white folk in politics since 1776.</p>

CNN’s Tapper on DACA, Suggests Americans Are Being ‘Gaslit’

<p>It’s easy to say that many people don’t understand just what Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is. It’s harder to say that Trump doesn’t understand what DACA is. But can one say that the administration is gaslighting people? (Seems like the media would be a more likely candidate for that.) </p>

‘Racist Republicans’: Celebs Freak Out Over DACA Decision

<p>Well, Hollywood celebrities and other elite liberals reacted about like you’d expect to the Trump administration’s decision to rescind Obama’s unconstitutional Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy.</p> <p>The overwhelming accusations of racism and hatred levied by Hollywood’s loudest (and most privileged) in the past two or three days have glossed over the context of the DACA policy, the decision to overturn it, and the potential consequences (which are unknown at this point.) Instead, the elite actors, journalists, and entertainers aligned the DACA decision with the Charlottesville violence.</p> <p> </p>

5th Harmony Member to Paul Ryan, Republicans: ‘Hypocrite Liar’

<p>Sometimes a few number one hit songs will make the fame go straight to one’s head. This seems to be the case with Lauren Jauregui, a member of the group 5th Harmony.</p> <p> </p>

Conservative Actress Was Attacked in Hollywood for Her Beliefs

<p>It’s always been a given: Hollywood does not like or employ conservative actors or actresses. They’d prefer to pretend that group does not exist.</p> <p>Actress Julienne Davis (<em>Eyes Wide Shut</em>) wrote an opinion piece for Fox News describing her trials as a struggling Hollywood actress who happened to be conservative. As it turns out, in a culture that screams for people to stay true to themselves, (no matter what), staying true to herself was not acceptable for Hollywood.</p> <p> </p>

Real Mature: ‘West Wing’ Actor Wants People to Deface $20 Bills

<p>Some rich Hollywood actors apparently have so much money, they can scribble on it like children. <em>West Wing</em>’s Joshua Malina decided on August 31 that one of the best ways to #resist is to write “Harriet Tubman” across every $20 bill. In a tweet to his followers, he shared a picture of his latest artistic work.</p> <p> </p>

Media Defends Trans L’Oreal Model Who Blamed Racism on All White People

<p>Things do get complicated when you enter the funhouse of progressive identity obsession.</p> <p>On Friday, September 1, L’Oreal Paris fired Munroe Bergdorf, its newly hired transgender model for making comments about racism on Facebook. The model complained that white people “don’t even realize or refuse to acknowledge that your existence, privilege and success as a race is built on the backs, blood and death of people of colour. Your entire existence is drenched in racism.” The remarks were deleted and the model was promptly fired from L’Oreal.</p> <p> </p>

‘The Misogynists’ Labels Trump Voters ‘Misanthropic Sociopaths’

<p>The entertainment industry has made it clear: they really don’t like President Trump. After the hundreds of angry celebrities, anti-Trump songs, and anti-Trump television, finally Hollywood is ready to sell a movie about the election. Deadline reported that in November, the film The Misogynists will be released, arguably the first film that specifically addresses Trump. According to Mike Fleming Jr., the plot is a “satirical dark comedy about two Trump supporters celebrating in a hotel room on election night.”</p> <p> </p>

Vice Says Silent Taylor Swift May Be Responsible for Trump

<p>While the liberal media delights in bashing conservative celebrities, it’s telling to see how they treat those who simply remain silent. While Taylor Swift’s new music video is breaking records on YouTube, her critics are breaking down why they hate her (after all, haters are gonna hate). According to Vice’s Don Ozzi, Swift may have been the reason why Trump won. But not because she voted for him. She just didn’t say anything!</p> <p> </p>

‘Iraqi Sniper’ Being Produced As ‘Anti-War Film’ in Hollywood

<p>Sometimes, activists tend to miss seeing the forest for the trees. This applies to Hollywood especially.</p> <p> </p> <p>Amr Salama, an Egyptian director who wins elite awards, told <em>The Hollywood Reporter</em> that he was creating a film as a response to the Clint Eastwood war drama <em>American Sniper</em>. The working title of the film? <!--JavaScript Tag // Placement: Newsbusters_ROS_In-Article_300x250 (3351332) --> <div class="wrapper-100 nb-a-p center-block text-center"> <div id="3351332" style="height: 265px;"></div> </div> <!-- End of JavaScript Tag --> <div class="avmt-in-content"> <div id="ym_1575243801543686519" class="ym"></div> </div> <script type="text/javascript"> (function ($) { $('div.avmt-in-content').insertAfter('article.node > div.field.field-name-body > div.field-items > div.field-item > p:first-of-type'); })(jQuery); </script> <style type="text/css">iframe.ym-ad-choices { max-height: 16px !important; } </style> .</p> <p> </p>

Timing: Nasty New Movie Mocks Texans as Racists

<p>In the aftermath of the Charlottesville violence, the press is so willing to latch onto anything in entertainment as relevant to the world as they see it. Even if it makes Texans the villains in the midst of a disaster of epic proportions. On August 25, the B movie, <em>Bushwick</em>, was released and desperate critics noticed it. What would have been merely ignored by film reviewers in a previous time, or dismissed as violent and shallow, instead received glowing reviews from such sources as <em>The New Yorker</em>, <em>Vanity Fair</em>, and <em>Vulture</em>. The plot focused around a fantasy where Texas secedes from the United States, and starts a second civil war.  </p> <p> </p>

‘Charlie Hebdo’ Cover Mocks Texas Victims as Drowning Nazis

<p>Satire has its limits. When it comes to dealing with national tragedies, it should respectfully stay out of it.</p> <p> </p>

Public Service? Celebs Worth $11.5B Bash Trump, Right with PSAs

<p>Public service announcements are supposed to benefit the public. But when wealthy Hollywood celebrities create them, it’s to push their left-wing agenda -- everything from attacking President Donald Trump to promoting an anti-Christian anti-conservative hate group.</p> <p>The latest PSA features celebrities urging viewers to donate to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). It aired on CBS August 26, and starred 7 celebrities from sports, movies and TV. This video was the 19th celebrity PSA made in the past 14 months.</p> <p> </p>

Public Service? Celebs Worth $11.5B Bash Trump, Right with PSAs

<p>Public service announcements are supposed to benefit the public. But when wealthy Hollywood celebrities create them, it’s to push their left-wing agenda -- everything from attacking President Donald Trump to promoting an anti-Christian anti-conservative hate group.</p> <p>The latest PSA features celebrities urging viewers to donate to the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC). It aired on CBS August 26, and starred 7 celebrities from sports, movies and TV. This video was the 19th celebrity PSA made in the past 14 months.</p> <p> </p>

Credit Where Due: Hollywood Raises Millions, ‘Help Us Help Houston’

<p>There is some good in this world yet. In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, some celebrities offered their prayers, anonymous donations, and links to fundraisers. However, others have used their fame and wealth to raise awareness for the victims of the storm. Roughly $1,888,977 has been donated to independent fundraisers created by actors, singers, and football players.</p> <p> </p>

Fall Movies Set to #Resist, According to AP’s Exaggerated Claim

<p>The summer of 2017, Hollywood ticket sales were down, but the product included films like <em>Wonder Woman</em> and <em>Dunkirk</em>. Audiences were treated to compelling and surprisingly apolitical plots and characters. According to AP, that’s all allegedly scheduled to change this fall. In its story, headlined “Fall Movie Preview: Hollywood Confronts the Trump era,” Jake Coyle reported that the run for the Oscar nominations, and the competition for owning the box office, will in fact be secondary to a bigger story. “One of the fall’s most captivating dramas might be between Hollywood and the White House,” he argued.</p>

Bustle Glorifies the Dog Poop Protest Against Patriot Prayer: ‘Genius’

<p>Regardless of how childish something might be, the left will praise any action if it appears to be in agreement with their ideals. For example, take the Patriot Prayer Freedom Rally, scheduled to happen over August 26 and 27. After Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi decided it was a “white supremacist rally,” the people of San Francisco swallowed the lie and decided to protest--by leaving dog feces on Crissy Field before the rally. And <em>Bustle</em> reported the protest as “genius.” Apparently, no one saw that transexuals and minorities would be speaking at the rally.</p>

SNL’s Alec Baldwin ‘Certainly Has Considered’ Public Office

<p>It must be really hard for some people when they don’t like their job. Take Alec Baldwin. He’s “mortified” that he has to impersonate Donald Trump. (After all, he absolutely has to!) On August 23, the actor who impersonates Donald Trump on <em>Saturday Night Live</em> sat down in an interview with radical-left Pacifica Radio host Amy Goodman of <em>Democracy Now</em>! They discussed the rumor that Rosie O’Donnell was going to play former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon on the show, they discussed environmental issues, and Baldwin mentioned that he “certainly has considered” running for public office.</p>

‘Feminist’ Sanders Fan Shailene Woodley To Run for Congress?

<p>It’s the creme de la creme of the famous activist dream. To run for public office (and theoretically, to win) would give any budding wannabe a certain amount of public validation.</p> <p>So it should come as no surprise that actress Shailene Woodley told the <em>New York Times</em> that she wouldn’t “rule out” the thought of “maybe I’ll run for Congress in a couple of years.”</p> <p> </p>

Overwhelming Celeb Hatred After Phoenix Rally, Trump is ‘A Stupid S***Head’

<p>Whenever President Trump says anything, you can bet that somewhere, some #resisting celebrity is screaming. So it should come as no surprise that some of the bigger names in Hollywood threw an extensive collective temper tantrum to their millions of followers on Twitter and Instagram, directed at Trump and Trump voters.</p> <div> </div>

‘American Horror Story’ Trailer Pours Blood On the American Flag

Just when you thought the media couldn’t get any more profane or irreverent in bashing the patriotic, it got worse. Ryan Murphy’s American Horror Story trailer was just released on August 21 on Twitter, and it’s horrific.

As promised, the new season, to be aired on FX, called “Cult,” addressed the political tensions between Trump and Hillary. The preview showed clowns putting on masks made in the likeness of Trump and Clinton, with Clinton wagging her finger at the screen. But of course, the anti-patriotic America-hating climax of it all was the blood that was poured profusely on the American flag.

The Hollywood Reporter revealed that the series gives even more of a political spin than promised: “The first 10 minutes will involve the real Trump and Clinton election, though no actors will be taking on the roles. Instead, something terrible happens in the lives of the characters as they are watching the election go down.”

Something terrible already happened. Why is American Horror Story promoting complete and utter disrespect towards the American flag? Are the red and white stripes too racist for them? Is there something wrong with having white stars?

The show promises to continue to be disgustingly political, with Lena Dunham being given a guest role on the show for at least one episode.

Put a Stake Through Joss Whedon’s Feminist Street Cred

Joss Whedon is a feminist. The director is a paragon of exquisitely progressive feminist sensibilities. He’s a right-thinking social justice warrior who values women as human beings, who believes in pay equality and probably likes to have a good cry.

That’s according to his fawning fans in the media, and Whedon himself, of course. To hear them tell it, the only thing that stands between Whedon and total feminist perfection is biology (and a sense of humor). Surprise! His ex-wife tells of a very different Joss Whedon.

On August 20, Whedon’s estranged wife, Kai Cole, published an open letter on The Wrap, where she exposed her ex-husband as a liar: someone who used her as a “shield, both during and after our marriage, so no one would question his relationships with other women or scrutinize his writing as anything other than feminist.”

A brief search of Joss Whedon’s name revealed some big name media plugs for the director: The Guardian, Vulture, Jezebel, Vanity Fair, Hollywood Reporter, Rolling Stone, Forbes, Time, Glamour and Mother Jones all heralded and praised Whedon as a feminist. Not to mention, Vox did a video on Twitter with Whedon campaigning against Donald Trump in 2016, calling the director “the most feminist-ist person ever.” In fact, in the year 2017 alone, the media referred to Whedon as a feminist in 9 different sources.

Time even referred to him this past year as the best possible feminist director: “If you’re looking for a high-profile, ardently feminist man to direct a movie about a female superhero, you can’t do much better than Whedon.”

But dig a little deeper and you’ll find clues that maybe Whedon is more Cave Man than Pajama Boy. IndieWire published an fan letter in 2015 about how Whedon’s treatment of Black Widow, a character in the Avengers: Age of Ultron, was anything but feminist. Whedon had given the female superhero the detail of having been sterilized by the Russian government. She then describes herself as a “monster” in the film, comparable to the Hulk. How did perpetually offended feminists miss Whedon portraying a woman who can’t bear children as defective.

According to Kai Cole, Whedon had been hiding, “multiple affairs and a number of inappropriate emotional ones that he had with his actresses, co-workers, fans, and friends, while he stayed married to me.” So instead of being the feminist mogul the media assumed he was, Whedon was literally no better than a 1950’s era director who used and abused the women he worked with.

The director also allegedly fired actress Charisma Carpenter for getting pregnant while playing a character in the Buffy  spinoff Angel. Fans have in the past accused him of being inspired by sexual fetishes, and practicing a sort of fake feminism. In shows such as Buffy, Whedon portrayed the main character’s sexual assault in a violent, brutal fashion. And then allowed both the assaulter and the victim to become a celebrated couple in the show!

And yet somehow, The Guardian gave Whedon a whole story in 2015 focusing on his criticism of Jurassic World’s sexist plot, calling a leaked clip “70’s era sexist.” He then apologized for his outburst but defended himself saying, “I literally just went … I was so shocked!”

The feminist group Equality Now gave Whedon an award in 2006, and in 2012, he wrote a skit for the group’s award ceremony. The skit was  then published in Vulture as an “anti-sexism” plot.

In 2013, Jezebel published his rant on the word ‘feminism’ in its entirety, calling it “the best articulated explanations on the power of words” and declaring it “necessary.”

Whedon was quoted as saying: “Being on the wrong side of history in terms of the oppression of women is being on the whole of history, all of recorded history, you’re on the wrong side. If you’re someone who genuinely believes that women don’t deserve or aren’t as much as men, you’re like the plague … It’s just pointless and deadly.”

And in 2016 Whedon gushed about Hillary Clinton to Mother Jones, predicting that Hillary’s win would “cause some terrible misogynist backlash, and I assume we’ll look forward to eight years of jaw-droppingly sexist statements.” 

In May of 2017, Joss Whedon shot a three-minute PSA for Planned Parenthood, and called the effort to shut down the pro-abortion organization “inhuman.”

How inhuman of him to fake being a feminist for the sake of pleasing the media. In the words of Kai Cole, “Despite understanding, on some level, that what he was doing was wrong, he never conceded the hypocrisy of being out in the world preaching feminist ideals, while at the same time, taking away my right to make choices for my life and my body based on the truth. He deceived me for 15 years, so he could have everything he wanted.”

And the media blatantly ignored the voices of the people and bought his lie.

Journalism? CNN Promotes SPLC’s Dangerous and Discredited ‘Hate Map’

In the aftermath of Charlottesville, when the term “hate group” is used, images of the KKK and neo-nazis immediately come to mind.

However, according to CNN, the real hate groups to watch out for are the conservative organizations, specifically Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF), the Family Research Council (FRC), American Family Association and ACT for America.

CNN copied the Southern Poverty Law Center’s (SPLC) controversial and dangerous hate map, and posted a list organized by state and alphabetical order. At the top of the list for Arizona are ACT for America and the ADF. Later, at 12:43 pm, CNN took the list down but left the story and the link to SPLC up. Previously, they had a sentence that said, "Scroll down to see the hate groups that operate out of your state." 

CNN essentially reinforced the SPLC’s longstanding attacks against conservative groups. The SPLC hate map actually led to a shooting and an act of domestic terrorism.

The Family Research Council, described by the SPLC as “defaming gays and lesbians,” was attacked by Floyd Lee Corkins on August 15, 2012, who “wanted to kill as many people as possible” because the organization was listed as an anti-LGBTQ hate group on the SPLC map.

CNN reported this in February of 2013.

“Corkins -- who had chosen the research council as his target after finding it listed as an anti-gay group on the website of the Southern Poverty Law Center -- had planned to stride into the building and open fire on the people inside in an effort to kill as many as possible, he told investigators, according to the court documents.”

CBS News described the resolution of the case in 2013: “Corkins pleaded guilty to three charges: interstate transportation of a firearm and ammunition, assault with intent to kill while armed and act of terrorism while armed, a charge based on the shooting being intended to intimidate anyone who is associated with or supports the Family Research Council and other organizations that oppose gay marriage.”

It’s not just about the SPLC’s campaign against FRC. The ADF has been attacked by the mainstream media networks again and again as an anti-LGBTQ hate group, specifically by ABC News in July. In a statement given to Newsbusters in July, Alliance Defending Freedom Legal Counsel and Director of Communications Kerri Kupec said:

“Alliance Defending Freedom is one of the most respected and successful Supreme Court advocates in the legal profession, having won seven cases at the high court in the last seven years.

Southern Poverty Law Center spends its time and money attacking veterans, nuns, Muslims who oppose terrorism, Catholics, Evangelicals, and anyone else who dares disagree with its far-left ideology.

Meanwhile, ADF works every day to preserve and affirm free speech and the free exercise of religion for people from all walks of life and all backgrounds because we believe freedom is for everyone.”

There is a clear difference between the Alliance Defending Freedom and the American Nazi Party. These two groups should not be side by side on a hate map.

The ADF, founded in 1994, has been advocating for the right to freely practice Christian values in American society. Their website states, “Alliance Defending Freedom defends religious freedom and opposes all attempts to compel people to compromise their beliefs or retreat from civil and political life as the price for following their faith.”

That’s the hate speech aimed directly at the LGBTQ community, if you believe SPLC and CNN.

Even CNN acknowledged that the “hate map” was at the very least, controversial. “Some critics of the SPLC say the group’s activism biases how it categorizes certain groups. But since the FBI doesn’t keep track of domestic hate groups, the SPLC’s tally is the widely accepted one.”

By advocating for the SPLC and re-publishing its “hate group” map, CNN could be accused of encouraging the kind of violence and fear caused by the foiled Corkins attack. The New York Times and The Washington Post accepted a full page ad for the SPLC today.


In addition, ACT for America is also targeted on this list. SPLC calls ACT for America “the largest grassroots anti-Muslim group in America.” Nowhere on ACT for America’s site are Muslims mentioned. The real hate that SPLC feared is the fact that ACT for America calls themselves “the NRA of national security.”

As a thin veneer for balance, the list also includes the Nation of Islam and the Black Panthers Groups. However, where these groups have been involved in violent incidents, the ADF, FRC, and ACT for America have not.

And even liberal media have recently attacked the SPLC as too extreme. POLITICO recently asked whether or not the group has pushed it’s civil rights credibility too far. Writer Ben Schreckinger actually called the founder of the SPLC “a little Trumpian,” the ultimate liberal insult. HBO talk show host Bill Maher admitted recently that he would join in a crowd-funded lawsuit against SPLC, according to the Washington Examiner.

CNN also promoted an SPLC map on Wednesday.

Oops: CNN Changed its SPLC Hate Group Story

On August 17, CNN published a story with the headline: “Here Are All The Active Hate Groups Where You Live.” Was it a concise list of Nazi groups? No. It was the SPLC “hate map” and the “917 hate groups” that the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) designated as dangerous. The post was just SPLC’s regurgitated map and list, given without comment, context or qualification.

A few hours later, CNN changed its story. Completely. The headline now reads: “The Southern Poverty Law Center’s List of Hate Groups.” Where before, it was promoting SPLC’s hate map as its own, now it merely (and meekly) links to the SPLC website.

Before, CNN had given a complete list of the “hate groups,” including the Alliance Defending Freedom, ACT for America, the Family Research Council, and the American Family Association. It has since removed the list and replaced them with, “To see the SPLC’s full list, click here. (link) And for the SPLC’s explanation of why the organizations made the list, click here. (link)”

CNN originally had, “Scroll down to see the hate groups that operate out of your state.”

Nowhere in either article is there mention of the fact that Floyd Lee Corkins used the SPLC hate map to find his target, the Family Research Council.

CNN essentially reinforced the SPLC’s longstanding attacks against conservative groups. The SPLC hate map actually led to a shooting and an act of domestic terrorism.

Vice: Let's Blow Up Mount Rushmore

There seems to be no bar to the crazy this week in the aftermath of Charlottesville. While critics are screaming at Trump’s suggestion that, after the Confederate monuments the left may go after the Founding Fathers, the fine people over at Newsweek are actually considering it. Not insane enough? Vice wants to “Blow Up Mount Rushmore.”

America-hating lefty Wilbert L. Cooper at Vice stated in his article, “Fact is, I'm not sure there is any American president worthy of being etched into the side of a 60-foot mountain with explosives and jackhammers. I mean, every single one has at least been partially complicit in horrific atrocities.”


According to the Wall Street Journal, Vice Media is currently valued at $5.7 billion. That's a massive outlet for the kind of anarchist terrorism they are advocating in their headline. Not to mention, the rest of the article is absolute filth that attacks every single president.

The headline was so bad, even Vice took it down after a couple of hours. They left a note: "We do not condone violence in any shape or form, and the use of "blow up" in the original headline as a rhetorical device was misguided and sensitive. We apologize for the error."

In Newsweek, Michael Dorf, a professor of Law at Cornell Law School, wrote an opinion piece with the headline: “Should We Tear Down Statues to Slave-Owning Presidents?” In the article, he stated, “I am not sure that there is any truly persuasive reason for retaining monuments and other honors to the likes of Washington and Jefferson.”

Not even President Obama? The hero of the left?

While Dorf, in Newsweek, did state that, “We honor Washington and Jefferson despite the fact that they owned slaves,” he also argued that in Germany, no one honors Hitler and Goebbels of World War II, but instead they merely teach about that era as past. Yep, that’s right, he just compared our founding fathers to Hitler and Goebbels.

After all, “Surely slavery, like genocide, is the sort of enormous evil that warrants purging.” With that kind of logic, the constitution warrants purging, and anarchy should reign. Because a republic founded by the slave-owning forefathers is racist.

Dorf was held back from any more statements, weirdly, by the production of Hamilton on Broadway, which has a “cast [that] overwhelmingly consists of people of color.” Which for him makes an argument that at least, for now, makes a “key distinction between Confederate heroes and Revolutionary heroes.”

Vice handled things a bit differently. Cooper stated (classily) at the end of his article: “Demystifying the historical figures of the past, pulling them off the great mountain top back down to Earth where they shat, farted, spit, pissed, fucked, raped, murdered, died, and rotted seems like important business for this country. As long as we allow those men to be cults of personality who exist beyond reproach, we're never going to be able to see them for all of their good and all of their evil.” (Again, even Barack Obama?)

Say a prayer for the sanity of the left.

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