In an interview with Britain’s Guardian last week, Al Gore did not mince words as he accused News Corp’s Sky Italia of abusing its power when it decided to stop carrying Gore’s Current TV after that network hired Fox News antagonist Keith Olbermann. (H/T John M.)Continue reading >>
In a nauseating display of hypocrisy, Laura Ingraham and two-time voter-fraud suspect Ann Coulter patted themselves on the back last night (9/2/10) for their graciousness in not blaming liberals for the Discovery gunman – the way liberals would surely do if they had the chance. No, Ingraham and Coulter merely attacked liberals for agreeing with the gunman, James Jay Lee, in general. Coulter, perhaps desperate to prove she’s still relevant on a Beckian media network, went so far as to say that the “end goal” for environmentalists (and by implication, liberals) is the “elimination of humans.” Host Ingraham, her gold cross ostentatiously displayed as usual, had no problem with that remark.Continue reading >>
Sorry, Seanie-Pooh. It looks like your "Al Gore, serial sex assaulter" case just went the way of impeaching Obama over Sestak-gate. Local television station KOIN reports, "The complaining witness, Molly Hagerty, stated that she was sexually abused during a massage session at the Hotel Lucia when Gore was in Portland. Hagerty failed a polygraph test during the course of the investigation, and there was no DNA evidence on the pants she claimed she wore during the alleged incident, according to investigators."Continue reading >>
Remember when Sean Hannity complained about a rush to judgment by the media? How Hannity and Megyn Kelly (then Kendall) bent over backwards to poke holes in the story of an accuser? That was during the Duke lacrosse case where some white athletes had been accused by a black stripper. But now that a massage therapist has accused Al Gore of sexually abusing her, Hannity is not just ready to convict Gore, he’s ready to convict him of being a serial abuser. Hannity suggested this twice Thursday night (7/1/10). Again. Hannity neatly ignored his own guest’s revelation that the accuser had reportedly asked for $1 million from the National Enquirer to tell her story and repeatedly suggested that she was coming forward now, four years after the alleged abuse, because of an altruistic desire to protect other women.Continue reading >>
Sean Hannity acknowledged that there’s no evidence Al Gore committed any kind of sexual harassment, much less rape, other than an unverified accusation from a masseuse several years ago. But that didn’t stop Hannity and his like-minded guest, Fox News contributor Andrea Tantaros, from suggesting that the allegations are true and that Gore might well be a serial rapist or sex abuser.