Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Feminazi Inquisition Bags Yet Another Head of a Powerful, Normal White Man, as NBC’s Andy Lack Immediately Fires Today Show Host Matt Lauer after 20-Year Tenure, Following First Complaint by Female Subordinate; Lack Replaces Lauer with Mulatto Homosexual


Matt Lauer

By Nicholas Stix

Matt Lauer’s Today Show colleagues Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb fought back tears, as they announced his firing this morning, but at the same time read off the company line, whereby the workplace must be “safe for women, er, everyone.”

The as yet unnamed female subordinate made her move on Monday night, and NBC’s Andy Lack apparently immediately made the decision to fire Lauer. The Boss says that Lauer wasn’t on the show yesterday, and although Lack claims the matter was thoroughly investigated, he acted before there was any time for a thorough investigation.

Lack claims Lauer was fired for "inappropriate sexual behavior." The real reason Lauer was fired was lawsuit insurance.

The feminist subordinate who bagged Lauer would have gone to a feminist lawyer first (Lisa Bloom?), and saw millions of dollars dancing before her eyes.

Once the feminist subordinate/assassin and her lawyer showed up with paper work, Lack’s first call would have been to NBC’s corporate lawyer, whose first call would have been to NBC’s crisis management company.

The crisis management company would have told NBC’s lawyer something like, ‘Every day that you fail to get out in front of this, the tab goes up at least $1 million more.’

Lack immediately thought, ‘Matt’s gotta go.’

Lack said in a corporate statement that he had reason to believe that this wasn’t the first complaint.

According to a story that just appeared at Reuters,

There were reports journalists at multiple outlets had been investigating complaints against Lauer.

Elizabeth Wagmeister and Ramin Setoodeh, two Variety reporters, said they had been reporting a story about sexual harassment allegations by multiple women against Lauer for months. "NBC was aware that Variety was working on a bombshell story about sexual harassment allegations against Matt Lauer," Setoodeh wrote on Twitter.

Spokeswomen for the New York Times, whose earlier reporting on Bill O'Reilly and Harvey Weinstein helped unleash the recent wave of allegations against powerful men, did not immediately respond to questions about a CNN report that the Times had been investigating misconduct by Lauer. [“NBC News Fires ‘Today’ Co-Host Matt Lauer for Sexual Misconduct,” reporting by Gina Cherelus and Jonathan Allen; additional reporting by Susan Heavey in Washington; editing by Alden Bentley, Howard Goller and Nick Zieminski, Reuters, Nov. 29, 2017, at 7:20 a.m.]
How would all those reporters have heard about the accusations against Lauer? Simple—the lawyer that organized the posse was working the phones.

Democrat Party hatchet woman Lisa Bloom (Gloria Allred’s daughter) organized the campaigns against Roger Ailes and Bill O’Reilly at Fox News, and the dragon lady herself, Gloria Allred, organized the campaign against Judge Roy Moore.

The whole process is lousy with conflicts of interest.

WATE 6 On Your Side
[And whose side might that be?]

NBC News fires Matt Lauer over inappropriate sexual behavior
By Associated Press
November 29, 2017 at 7:32 a.m. EST

NEW YORK (AP) — NBC News says longtime "Today" show host Matt Lauer has been fired for "inappropriate sexual behavior."

Lauer's co-anchor Savannah Guthrie made the announcement at the top of Wednesday's "Today" show.

Guthrie read a statement from NBC News chairman Andy Lack, stating that the company has received a detailed complaint from a colleague Monday night "about inappropriate sexual behavior in the workplace" by Lauer. Lack's statement said the company found that after a serious review of the complaint it represented "a clear violation" of the company's standards, and Lauer was terminated as a result.

Lack added in his statement that it was the first complaint about Lauer in more than 20 years at NBC, but "we were also presented with reason to believe this may not have been an isolated incident."

The move comes a week after CBS News fired morning anchor Charlie Rose amid reports of sexual misconduct.


Anonymous said...

A question:If a sexual advance is the basis of being a firable offense in entertainment,then why is Ezekiel Elliott still not banned from the Dallas Cowboys?Of course he's not the only (black)athlete in the last few years to assault a woman or worse--there are plenty others--but I have yet to see one player kicked out of the league.
Just wondering when the black athlete gets the same treatment as the 99.9% whites who have been targeted so far.Or are they immune from this?
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Yes, athletes are immune. Not from being accused but they generally don't lose their jobs. It might play a role in the draft, a player with sexual improprieties might drop in the draft or not even get drafted but if he performs brilliantly in training camp he'll probably still get a spot on a team. If you're an elite prospect it won't matter, remember Jameis Winston? He raped a girl in college but it didn't affect his draft position whatsoever. To be fair, white athletes can get the same consideration, Ben Rothlisberger was accused of rape but it didn't affect his career either.
I'm wondering if Congressman John Conyers will be forced to resign:
His story appeared just before the Matt Lauer story broke and I noticed Lauer completely knocked Conyer out of the headlines and is overshadowing that story. I would think a Congressman would be a more important than a news anchor talking sock puppet but I'm suspect the media is more comfortable keeping a white man in our face.

Anonymous said...

Agree on Lauer vs Conyers,but if there is going to be any morsel of fairness in this sexual witch hunt,athletes have got to be treated the same as everyone else.Youth,race and sports employment cannot be exceptions to this quest of exterminating older white guys.
Sports SHOULD NOT be immune,in fact it's at least as bad as any other endeavor--and most likely,much worse regarding sex crimes.If this must happen,get everyone--including the blacks (Conyers doesn't count--he's the token black sacrificial lamb--and he's 88 years old)that we know are criminally charged with crimes against women.
Keillor only touched a woman's bare back and was fired (or was he fired because he defended Al Franken?Either way,a huge wadte bag full of garbage.)
Wonder if Lesta's done anything to worry about,lol.My two headed coin came up...yes.
---GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Lesa would probably get white woman diversity consideration, I have no doubt plenty of black entertainment media men have waged sexual harassment campaigns against (mostly) white women but there is a reluctance with many white women to accuse black men and, I suspect, a media quota of making certain they keep most of the faces in the news white.

I couldn't agree more about athletes, it's just another example of the racist double standard.