MSNBC Panel: Trump Running 'Concentration Camps' For Illegal Immigrant Kids

Far-left taking fake news to another level

Twitchy – JUNE 16, 2018

As we told you earlier, Joe Scarborough doubled down on comparing the Trump administration’s border policies to the Nazis, but Scarborough’s not the only person on MSNBC making that similar allegation:

The two people accusing the Trump administration of running concentration camps for kids at the border were former Obama 2012 campaign staffer Stephanie Cutter and ex-RNC chairman Michael Steele.


And Trump’s first term isn’t even half over. Just imagine where the rhetoric might be headed.



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BLACK PRIVILEGE – Samuel L. Jackson Slammed for ‘Homophobic’ Tweet About Trump

Actor Samuel L. Jackson (L) and Marvel executive producer Louis D'Esposito attend Marvel's 'Avengers: Age Of Ultron' Hall H Panel Booth Signing during Comic-Con International 2014 at San Diego Convention Center on July 26, 2014 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney)

By Jerome Hudson

Actor Samuel L. Jackson took to Twitter on Friday and posted a tweet dedicated to President Donald Trump’s birthday, but several social media users accused the Avengers star of sending an anti-gay slur.

“Must have been a party at The White House, Mitch, Paul, Rudy & others were spotted wearing knee pads & carrying these lined up outside. Happy Birthday,” Jackson captioned his tweet, which included an image of “After Dick Mints” with the tagline “going down?”

The mints and the mention of knee pads left many to assume Jackson was suggesting that President Trump was receiving birthday oral sex from the aforementioned Republican lawmakers.

“Did you and Joy Reid get hacked by the same person?” one Twitter user asked Jackson, a reference to embattle MSNBC host Joy Reid whose come under heavy fire for having several homophobic posts published on her blog and later claimed that her site was hacked.

“Gay shaming?” actor Adam Baldwin asked Jackson.

“Homophobic as fuck [sic] Sam,” another user said.

One Twitter user tweeted at Capital One, asking if the major credit card company endorses this language from one of its national spokesmen.

The backlash was intense and was punctuated by one user saying, “Homophobic Comments like this are causing shrinkage of the Democrat Party base.”

Nearly two years after telling late-night host Jimmy Kimmel he’d move to South Africa if Trump won the election, Samuel L. Jackson is still living in the U.S. bashing the president.

‘They demand we forever stay on cusp of nuclear war’: Lee Camp slams MSM censure of Kim-Trump deal

‘They demand we forever stay on cusp of nuclear war’: Lee Camp slams MSM censure of Kim-Trump deal

Redacted Tonight host Lee Camp says he is unsure that President Donald Trump has the discipline to maintain a peace deal with North Korea, but notes that his opponents would rather face nuclear war than give him credit.

“Despite the historic move towards peace, most of the mainstream media is trashing the deal,” Camp said in reference to this week’s talks in Singapore, on the 200th edition of the satirical talk show on RT.

“CNN, MSNBC, the Democrats have all staked out a position to the right of the Republicans, demanding that we remain on the cusp of nuclear war, forever,” he said, adding that much of the consternation seems to be over Trump’s pledge to end US drills on the Korean Peninsula.

In the opening segment, Camp also looks at the slow-motion disaster that is the dumping of plastics into the oceans. Later, a special report investigates Republicans hijacking left-wing rhetoric to win a minimum wage vote in Washington.

Stormy Daniels Accused of Covering up Sexual Assault

By John Nolte

Tasha Reign, the star of an adult film directed by Stormy Daniels late last year, is accusing Daniels of covering up for a crew-member after the actress reported an on-set sexual assault.

Reign told her story to the far-left Daily Beast and says that last November, on the second day of filming The Set-Up in Los Angeles, “I was sexually assaulted by one of [Stormy Daniels’] crewmembers. He groped and grabbed me from behind.”

Keep in mind that in November, we were already in the post-Weinstein era.

Reign, who the Daily Beast describes as politically liberal, says that what motivated her to come forward was watching Daniels present herself as a champion of women during one of her high-profile attacks on President Trump.

“It’s very upsetting to see her speak like that and then I think, ‘but I know the real you. I was there. I saw what you did’.”

Reign says that after the alleged assault, “I spoke up immediately… [Daniels] was the director that day, I went straight to her and straight to the man that did it, we had a conversation about it, I went to the owner of Wicked Pictures, I did all the right things.

According to Reign, Daniels “did not handle the situation appropriately, respectfully or professionally… I was assaulted on her set and she didn’t give me any care or attention, and didn’t even send that man home.”

The 29-year-old described the incident this way, “I’m fully clothed in my outfit, I’m standing and signing my paperwork, and all of a sudden I feel two hands from behind me grab my ass and make sexual moaning noises.”

Reign was alone in the room. “I felt a pit in my stomach and thought, shit, my scene partner, Michael Vegas, is in the other room… who is this? So I turn around and it’s a crewmember from set.”

Rather than hold up production, Reign chose to “do my scene as quickly as it’s going to take and then as soon as it’s over, I can go and confront Stormy, the director who has all the power that day on set, and the man that did this to me.”

After the scene, Reign burst into tears. Her co-star, Vegas, corroborated “Reign’s post-scene emotional state” and told the Daily Beast, “Right after we wrapped … Her demeanor had changed but it was hard to tell why or what had happened. Everything came to a halt so that the issue could be addressed… But I don’t know if there was ever a real resolution.”

Reign claims a “resolution” is the opposite of what happened, that Daniels actually shamed her for confronting the crewman, who claimed, in front of Daniels, that his groping was just a joke.

“You probably made him cry. He’s crying right now,” is what Reign claims Daniels said to her.

Unsatisfied with Daniels’ response, Reign went up the ladder to the executives of Wicked Pictures, the company producing The Set-Up.

At first she was led to believe her complaint would result in company-wide action that would ensure this never again happened. After five meetings, though, she says the owner of Wicked, Steve Orenstein, told her that Daniels denied the incident happened.

Reign also claims that the day before the alleged assault, Stormy was “joking” about Harvey Weinstein and dismissing the whole #MeToo movement, saying things like, “Oh, I could be seen as Harvey Weinstein because I’m flirtatious with my crewmembers and I can be inappropriate.”

Daniels has publicly denied the allegation.

On January 14, Reign tweeted the following directly to Daniels, “I was inappropriately groped and sexually harassed by one of the men on your crew November 15th right before my BG scene. Which you were then made aware of that day. You continued to allow him to stay on the set with no repercussion. I never questioned your directorial skills.”

Daniels replied, “You were not. I was right there…as were several other people and NONE of them will agree with you. How dare you try to undo 15 years of my reputation and his career. I will not allow it. Find me one person who will state otherwise. Best wishes.”


Stormy Daniels’ attorney, Michael Avenatti, who has benefited from $175 million in free media from the anti-Trump CNN and MSNBC, issued a statement to the Daily Beast that could prove problematic for both him and his client. Avenatti appears to be claiming the investigation into the alleged assault is closed and Reign is lying.

“[A]fter the incident in question, Wicked performed a thorough investigation and found no substantiation for the allegations. It simply did not occur as Ms. Reign suggests,” Avenatti’s said in part, which appears to directly contradict a just-released statement from Wicked, that says the investigation is ongoing.

“We have been and are appropriately investigating,” the company said.

Reign says she has an attorney deciding what to do next and adds, “I’m not after money. I’ll sue you for a dollar, I don’t care about the money. What I want is for you to recognize, a) This occurred, and b) Here are the new protocols that people have to follow on set[.]”


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The word “fued” is spelled incorrectly in both “hacked” posts and Reid’s own tweets

 | – APRIL 26, 2018

A Twitter user claims to have discovered proof that MSNBC host Joy Reid was in fact responsible for the homophobic posts on her blog that she claims were written by hackers.

Although she initially apologized back in December for past comments that were derogatory towards gays, Reid was hit with new allegations after posts from her blog were uncovered via the Internet Archive Wayback Machine.

The posts went beyond ridiculing Republican hypocrisy on homosexuality and suggested that Reid had in fact expressed hateful views towards the LGBT community, an unforgivable sin in leftist circles.

Reid claims that posts were made by hackers, but the Internet Archive’s Chris Butler asserts they found no evidence to substantiate her claim.

“When we reviewed the archives, we found nothing to indicate tampering or hacking of the Wayback Machine versions. At least some of the examples of allegedly fraudulent posts provided to us had been archived at different dates and by different entities,” said Butler.

Reid had tried to stop the Internet Archive indexing her old blog site back in December, but screenshots of the offending posts had already been made.

Zero Hedge summarizes the unlikely scenario that Reid is claiming; “Hackers must have broken into her website prior to the internet archive cataloging it, and made dozens of homophobic, bigoted entries, which just sat there for years until they were unearthed nearly a decade later.”

A Twitter user with the handle @bourgeoisalien has added more fuel to the fire, claiming to have uncovered evidence that proves Reid was in fact personally responsible for writing the anti-gay posts.

The proof revolves around the spelling of the word “feud” on Reid’s website, where it is incorrectly spelled “fued”.


The misspelling features in an article that bashes Rosie O’Donnell.

This misspelling is then repeated in two of Reid’s own tweets from 2010 and 2013, where she also incorrectly spells the word as “fued”.

“Let’s be clear. Joy Reid did write all of these hideous blog posts, not only were they homophobic, they cheered on Trump, fat shamed Rosie O’Donnell, and were insanely mean,” asserts the Twitter user.

“If you don’t believe experts who know she’s lying, her constant misspelling of ‘feud’ is a dead give away.”

Whether this will force Reid into acknowledging she did write the posts is unlikely as she remains adamant that they were the work of hackers.

The FBI has announced that it has opened an investigation into “potential criminal activities surrounding several online accounts, including personal email and blog accounts, belonging to Joy-Ann Reid.”

Meanwhile, the Daily Beast has said that it will put a “pause” on Reid’s columns until the matter is resolved.

MSNBC Russiagater Joy Reid says ‘hackers’ made her blog look homophobic

MSNBC’s JOY REID interacts with the students surrounding the stage at Washington University, site of the second presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton. © Brian Cahn / Global Look Press

MSNBC host Joy-Ann Reid claims her old blog has been hacked and updated to include anti-gay content to make her look bad.

The weekend host apologized last year for a number of homophobic blog posts she wrote from 2007 to 2009 about Florida Governor Charlie Crist, who was married to a woman at the time. Among other homophobic comments, Reid called Crist“Miss Charlie” and suggested he was “ogling male waiters” on his honeymoon.

But this week the story became more sinister. The Twitter user who initially discovered Reid’s homophobic postings has now unearthed some articles which also appear to have come from her old blog, and sound far worse.


Jamie Maz found the old articles through the Wayback Machine — an online archive that stores old content even after it has been deleted — of Reid’s blog as it had been.

Mediaite has reported some of the highlights, including comments about how “most straight people cringe at the sight of two men kissing” and about how finding gay sex “gross” is just “intrinsic” to being straight.

The author of the posts also suggested that anti-gay attitudes were rooted in “concerns” that adult gay men “tend to be attracted to very young, post-pubescent types.”

There has been no apology from Reid this time, however. Instead, she claims her now-deleted blog was somehow hacked through the Wayback Machine, supposedly by people who want to ruin her stellar reputation.

Anumber of experts consulted by the Intercept website said that, although it is not impossible, they were unaware of any instances of the Wayback Machine being hacked and altered before — and that to do something like that would require quite a sophisticated effort.



“That’s an awful lot of work for a hacker to do, and for what end? To make a homophobic person appear MORE homophobic?” cyber-security expert Jeffrey Carr said.

The Intercept’s Glenn Greenwald has chastised the liberal media for failing to cover the story, given the important issues at hand – including LGBT equality, the security of online information and the dangers posed by hackers.

“One would think that [the liberal media] would be quite interested in this story and the critical questions it raises,” he wrote. Instead, he added, liberal outlets have “steadfastly ignored the story almost completely.”


One of the few liberal journalists who has commented on the story defended Reid by suggesting that “Russians” hacked her old blog to make her look bad.

Come on, you knew it was going to be the Russians.