Sunday, May 22, 2022 - 07:25:04
12 results - (0.002 seconds)

believe all women:

Contact Newsletter-online.com: [NewsMag]

latest news at page 1:
1
    Comedian Chris Rock took aim at the #MeToo fascists by ridiculing Amber Heard’s alleged bed-shitting incident. “Believe all women, believe all women… except Amber Heard,” Rock said during a comedy show in London last week. What the fuck is she on? She shit in his bed! She’s fine, but she’s not shitting fine. She shit in his bed. Once you shit in someone’s bed, you just guilty of everything… What the fuck is going on there? Wow. And they had a relationship after that. It must be amazing pussy… I’ve been with some crazy bitches but, Goddammit. Rock is referring to April 28 testimony by Starling Jenkins III, Johnny Depp’s one-time chauffeur. Depp filed a $50 million defamation suit against Heard, his ex-wife, over claims he physically abused her. The trial launched on April 11, and one of the key moments was Jenkins’s testimony that in 2016 Heard told him about a “surprise” she left on Depp’s side of the bed after one of their fights. The “surprise,” according to Jenkins, was that she defecated in his bed. He said Heard described the disgusting...
    Comedian Chris Rock tore into Amber Heard after a witness at her defamation trial against ex-husband Johnny Depp testified that she admitted to defecting in a bed she and Depp shared. During a set in London on Thursday evening, Rock, 57, joked that we should believe all women, except those who defecate in beds like Amber Heard, 36.        'Believe all women, believe all women except Amber Heard,' Rock joked. 'What the f*** is she on? She s*** in his bed! She's fine, but she's not s***ting fine. She s**** in his bed!  Chris Rock, 57, tore into Amber Heard, 36, during a recent set over testimony from her defamation trial against Johnny Depp that she defecated in hers and Depp's bed Depp's security guard testified on April 28 that in 2016 Heard admitted to soiling the couple's bed, and that she described it as a 'horrible joke gone wrong.' 'Once you s*** in someone's bed, you just guilty of everything. What the f*** is going on there? Wow. And they had a relationship after that.' Rock was riffing on the...
    Host Alex Marlow opens today’s podcast with clips of the increasingly cringey Ketanji Brown Jackson hearings. Not only is she seemingly unwilling to defend her own record, but she also actually scolded Sen. Josh Hawley (R-MO) for asking her about her past decisions. What did she think was going to happen at this hearing? It’s getting more difficult to believe all women when we don’t really know what a “woman” is exactly. Or at least Judge Jackson doesn’t. Still, at least one prominent Republican did some performative and obnoxious virtue-signaling. Plus, Sen. Cory Booker (D-NJ), always the thespian, led a cry-fest over the nomination. Also in the opening, top Hollywood director Adam McKay is busted for hilarious green hypocrisy, Florida continues to make fools out of woke corporations, and more. Our guest today is Dr. Sebastian Gorka who talks about Americans making life easier for Chinese companies to operate, the alarming history of NATO’s demise, the latest mis-info about Ukraine, and why Ketanji Brown Jackson is unworthy of a single Senate Republican vote. Our caller of the day, Kelsey from...
    New York Attorney General Letitia James announced on Tuesday that Gov. Andrew Cuomo allegedly sexually harassed multiple women. In 2018, Cuomo opposed then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation because of similar allegations and said he would “fight” for victims. “The confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court is a sad day for this country, and it will haunt us for as long as he is on the court,” Cuomo said in a statement. “Today 50 senators put partisan politics over the sanctity of the highest court in the nation,” Cuomo said. “In November, the American people get to respond and make their voices heard.” Cuomo, who is accused of misconduct with “multiple women,” referenced the one woman who testified against Kavanaugh at his confirmation hearings. “In New York, we will not waver and will not back down,” Cuomo said: To Dr. Christine Blasey Ford and all survivors of sexual assault, we believe you and we will fight for you. The sham FBI investigation and the bigger sham, this confirmation process, have energized us to fight even harder for our...
    Identity politics can be a real bitch. Just ask any woman who has ever run for governor of the state of California. Over the past century, American voters have elected nearly 50 women to be state governors. Many of those women were elected in states we now call “red states,” meaning they are conservative Republican states whose voters enthusiastically supported President Trump. Or, as the media calls these voters today, “racist.” Racist misogynists who peddle conspiracy theories and wage a War on Women. Identity politics is very confusing. America’s first elected female governor represented the great state of Wyoming. Then Texas. Then Alabama, like a flaming, red arrow through Trump Country — not to invoke any sort of patriarchal imagery. It wasn’t until 1975 that the first non-Trump state finally elected a female governor — the great state of Connecticut. Pink hearts of confetti for you nutmegs! (Often, the most “progressive” people are the slowest to the party.) Some of the most famous female governors hailed from Trump states, including Gov. Ann Richards of Texas (the Lone Star State’s second...
                        The far-left blog Virginia Mercury says that New York’s Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo should not resign amid mounting sexual harassment claims from scores of women, because Virginia’s Democrat Governor Ralph Northam survived his own racism scandal. According to the blog, pursuing and implementing the left-wing agenda is more important than Democrat politicians continuing their charade of signalling virtue on issues like women’s rights and anti-racism. Here’s what author Bob Lewis said: Northam, uniquely barred by Virginia’s Constitution from seeking re-election, has proved to be one of the commonwealth’s most consequential governors. He went from being a pariah in the winter of 2019 to helping position fellow Democrats for electoral triumphs that fall that gave them majorities in the state House and Senate for the first time in a generation. Under full Democratic rule, Virginia has reformed its election laws, passed new gun control measures, decriminalized marijuana and approved its eventual recreational use and abolished the death penalty in making historically conservative Virginia the South’s most progressive state. In other...
    Meghan McCain compared Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh on Monday’s broadcast of “The View.” McCain argued that politics played a role in the pivoting narratives from “believe all women” when the accused was appointed by former President Donald Trump to “oh, if his politics run the right way you can grope whoever you want.” (RELATED: ‘Put A Fork In Him’: Meghan McCain Is ‘Over Cuomo’ — Sunny Hostin Tries To Make It About Donald Trump) WATCH: Whoopi Goldberg began the segment by noting the numerous calls — from people on both sides of the political aisle — for Cuomo to resign or face impeachment over multiple accusations of sexual harassment and continued questions about his handling of nursing home policy during the coronavirus pandemic. “I just want someone to show a flash image of the videos of people talking about Brett Kavanaugh and the images of people talking about Andrew Cuomo,” McCain replied. “It’s a weird message to go from ‘believe all women,’ ‘one accusation is enough to be put in...
    More On: womens rights Artist on mission to change Indonesia’s misogynistic dictionary entry for ‘woman’ Arkansas governor signs near-total abortion ban into law Protestors target Mexican president over his support for politician accused of rape Protesters urge end to violence against women in Turkey The Biden administration has opened the door to reviewing and perhaps discarding the new Title IX rule, issued under former Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. Supposedly the DeVos Rule is “controversial.” Of course it is, to the extent that campus zealots regard due process for the accused as controversial. But it’s a phony controversy.  The DeVos Rule, which applies in cases of sex discrimination and misconduct in education, merely clarifies that those accused of misconduct get basic fairness in student disciplinary proceedings. Those basics include the presumption of innocence, the right to see evidence and the right to question witnesses. Without such bare-bones due process, any finding of fault for anything would be bogus and more akin to a “verdict first, trial later” outcome — that is, an inquisition.  The rule is dubbed “controversial” because feminist...
    Women’s groups clamored to back sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his Senate confirmation hearing. Many of the same groups have stayed silent as two former staffers to Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo accuse him of sexual harassment. President Joe Biden’s accuser Tara Reade received similar treatment from these advocacy groups when she accused Biden of sexual assault last spring. Women’s groups that backed sexual assault accusations against Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh have stayed silent as two former staffers to Democratic New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo accuse him of sexual harassment. Advocacy groups clamored to support Christine Blasey Ford in September 2018 when she accused Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her in high school. Groups such as Planned Parenthood, the Women’s March, the National Abortion Right’s Action League, the American Association of University Women, and the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice, condemned Kavanaugh and said they believed Blasey Ford. The Daily Caller News Foundation reached out to each of these groups to ask why they have stayed silent on Cuomo accusers Lindsey Boylan and Charlotte Bennett....
    A number of high profile female Democrats have so far refused to comment on allegations against Andrew Cuomo - despite vilifying conservatives accused of sexual harassment throughout the MeToo era.   Vice President Kamala Harris, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, former Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Senator Elizabeth Warren have all not yet released statements regarding the claims.  They instead remained silent on the issue as of Sunday morning. That's after a second former aide came forward Saturday with further allegations against the embattled New York governor.  Charlotte Bennett, 25, a health policy adviser in the Democratic governor's administration until November, told The New York Times Cuomo asked her inappropriate questions about her sex life, including whether she ever had sex with older men. Another former aide, Lindsey Boylan, 36, a former deputy secretary for economic development and special adviser to the governor, had already accused Cuomo, 63, of subjecting her to an unwanted kiss and inappropriate comments. DailyMail.com has reached out to the White House and representatives of Clinton, Pelosi and Warren for comment.  In his statement Saturday, Cuomo...
    The “believe all women” mantra, unceremoniously abandoned by the Left after their presidential nominee was accused of sexual assault (a purely coincidental chain of events, to be sure), has now been resurrected and repurposed. Instead of believing all women regardless of evidence, we are now meant to believe all claims of racism regardless of evidence. An article published in The Wall Street Journal this week drives the point home. Titled, “What Does Being an Ally Look Like? Companies Offer Training in Support of Black Colleagues,” the piece is a lengthy tutorial on how to be white in the modern workplace. Among other things, white people are supposed to be “sounding boards” for their minority coworkers. Also, whites must not “refer to their black co-workers as being ‘too loud,’ or ‘aggressive’ or their appearance doesn’t fit within their personal acceptable standards.” This would be a “micro-aggression,” we are told. But the main point, according to consultant Wilda White, is this: “If a Black person tells you that they’re feeling something is racist, just believe them.” On one level, this makes sense. If...
    Dolly Parton has championed the idea of women empowering other women long before the term “feminism” became a buzzword, but as Parton's fans know, she's been hesitant to call herself one. In an interview with “Time 100 Talks: Finding Hope” -- for the magazine’s special series -- the “9 to 5” songstress explained her position, noting that it's “kind of a tricky question" when asked by TIME Editor-in-Chief Edward Felsenthal what her stance was. "I suppose I am a feminist if I believe that women should be able to do anything they want to," Parton said. "And when I say a feminist, I just mean I don’t have to, for myself, get out and carry signs ... I just really feel I can live my femininity and actually show that you can be a woman and you can still do whatever you want to do." DOLLY PARTON REVEALS HER CONNECTION TO REESE WITHERSPOON DOLLY PARTON SAYS SHE WANTS TO BE ON PLAYBOY COVER AGAIN FOR 75TH BIRTHDAY: ‘IT WOULD BE SUCH A HOOT' The nine-time Grammy winner said she understands that she has a fan...
1