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Thursday, March 29, 2018

Why Has Laura Ingraham Apologized to Hitler Youth Leader David Hogg?

 

One The Washington Times reader, "OrangeCorn," surmised that Ingraham’s bosses at Fox News ordered her to apologize to young thug Hogg
 

By Nicholas Stix

At The Washington Times.

 


David Hogg at the March 24 Nuremberg rally

 

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Will she quit?I would.
--GRA

Anonymous said...

I'm very disappointed that Laura Ingraham apologized to this pig...er...Hogg. He is a real punk--look at his skinny upper arms--no muscle--but he tries to compensate by seeking political power. I wouldn't be surprised if the tyrannical left is grooming him for future political office. He says he is changing the world. No doubt he dreams of dictating your future. I thought Ingraham was made of sterner stuff--although part of her "apology" almost sounded like mocking.

Anonymous said...

The companies/advertisers that cower when the heat is on (or take advantage of a situation like this to further the liberal agenda)need to be either ignored by FOX or more importantly called out as commie censors for trying to quash free speech.With the networks full support,THE SPONSORS,not Ingraham can be put on the defensive.FOX has to play it much smarter.
Without that support,Ingraham should quit--and I'd be surprised if she didn't.
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports
Cavs forward Kevin Love was the unfortunate recipient of an elbow to the face during Tuesday’s game against the Heat, and he might need some dental work as a result.

Love nearly got a tooth knocked out, which you can see below.
GRA:Another whitey gets it from a blackie.Intentional?Can't be proven I suppose,but it still happened.
--GRA

Realist said...

Most of Fox supports Republican establishment, with possible exception of Tucker.

Anonymous said...

Also in the media spotlight is Roseanne Barr,who lately has been seen defending Trump against the rest of Hollywood (sans Tim Allen).When a show gets record ratings--and the star is an extroverted Trump supporter--the pushback comes in the form of a tsunami.
So far Sarah Silverman,Billy Eichner(who's that?),Sandra Bernhardt are kibitzing on social media,putting down Trump supporters.NBC news had a story downplaying "the politics" of the series for its success.FOX is "up-playing" the show as the country's invisible Trump supporters "apparently are making themselves known."
I didn't watch it,probably won't watch it--didn't like the old show.Because Barr supports Trump in real life,means nothing in how I formulate what TV I watch.From what I understand,the show will have Trump supporters (the Connors)being forced to face various social issues because of their kids.Apparently they will start to be more "understanding" of groups and lifestyles,as the season moves along.
It's shaping up to be a redux of "All in the Family",where Archie Bunker was changed into a less interesting character by the time season 5 rolled around.Archie became more understanding and boring,
But for now, Hollywood is on the defensive and fighting back quickly against "Roseanne".They're telling America that it's wrong and that WE know better than you do,lol--and are sweating out a possible shift in what goes on television.I'll believe THAT when I see it.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Big time pressure. Big time.

Anonymous said...

CBS news (and other outlets obviously)are reporting the family of Stephon Clark will be filing a federal lawsuit today.Another black who offered himself up so that his family could win the black lotto.It would be hilarious,that after winning a few hundred million,the Clarks decided to move into Hollywood's elite neighborhoods--right next to Barbara Streisand or Ellen DeGeneres,to show them how the other 99% live,that have ghetto blacks as neighbors.
Hollywood White Flight?lol.Would be an avalanche.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
I did watch Roseanne back in the day, it was a great show when it first started out, hilarious authentic blue collar comedy, and much more intelligent than the typical sitcom. The reboot is OK, the humor is a little more forced now, Barr is trying to catch that lightning in the bottle but she hit some false notes that keep it from coming up to the standards of the old one. I could list a lot of them but one of the two that really jumped out at me was that DJ, Roseanne and Dan's son, has a mixed race daughter but for some reason instead of getting a mixed race looking child they got one that looks full black. They probably have some rationalizations like: That doesn't matter, the audience doesn't care, we're all one color anyways ad nauseam.... Yes it does matter, it's a false note and you shouldn't think the audience won't notice, it's a etail that should be authentic.

The 2nd is that Roseanne accused her daughter, Darlene, played by Sara Gilbert, of being a lesbian (she really is a lesbian in real life, one of those man hating types also). It was kind of a non sequitur when she said it and Roseanne was making it clear she wasn't easing up on her message of lesbianism aimed at young girls. Her male bashing agenda in the guise of lesbianism was what signaled the decline in quality of the first iteration of her show, it's not a good sign.

Despite the negatives it was still reasonably entertaining and much better than most other sitcoms on TV nowadays. Seems almost like Shakespeare in comparison to the stupidly unfunny "Blackish" which immediately followed Roseanne on the same channel. I've occasionally watched it just to know what it's about but it's tedious, especially sitting through the relentless race baiting disguised as "humor". Unfortunately, Blackish will undoubtedly benefit from Roseanne's sky high ratings.

Anonymous said...

http://www.latimes.com/business/hollywood/la-fi-ct-fox-ingraham-boycott-20180402-story.html
GRA:FINALLY,FOX shows support for Ingraham--and for the right reasons.
--GRA