Can the #MeToo Movement Accept a Late Entry? (Tom Brokaw Edition)

Well, we’re not done with the #MeToo movement, just yet.

Tom Brokaw, the storied NBC News anchor, in all his pompous glory, has been accused of “inappropriate behavior” by two women back in the 1990s.

Both women claim attempts at forcible kissing and unwelcome advances. One woman is remaining anonymous (for now) but the second woman is Linda Vester, a former NBC News employee.

Vester claims that once, Brokaw, who was 30 years older, invited himself over to her hotel room in New York, where he attempted to kiss her.

“What do you want from me?” Vester said she asked him.

“An affair of more than passing affection,” she recalled him saying.

He then made a move to kiss her, but she resisted. He left, and she told a friend, who corroborated the story to the Washington Post.

A year later, there was another incident, this time in full view of others.

“We were in the Denver bureau, and there was a conference room. I’m standing there, and Tom Brokaw enters through the door and grabs me from behind and proceeds to tickle me up and down my waist,” Vester said.

“I jumped a foot and I looked at a guy who was the senior editor of ‘Nightly,’ and his jaw was hanging open. Nobody acted like anything wrong was happening, but I was humiliated.”

Vester claims she didn’t report the incident at the time, because she feared it would negatively affect her career. She was working for a different NBC program at that time, had no relationship with Brokaw, working or otherwise.

Her attorney is Ari Wilkenfeld. He’s also the attorney of the first accuser of fellow disgraced NBC anchor, Matt Lauer.

Wilkenfeld claims his client isn’t seeking any sort of monetary compensation. She just wants to get her story out there.

“Linda has shown incredible courage and conviction coming forward to share the details of her experiences working at NBC,” Wilkenfield told the newspaper. “She does so at her own expense and peril. She wants nothing for herself.”

The second woman accusing Brokaw of inappropriate behavior has a rather bizarre story.

She was a production assistant at NBC, when Brokaw took her hands and held them against his chest.

 “He put my hands under his jacket and against his chest and pulled me in so close and asked me, ‘How is your job search going?’  ” she said. Brokaw later invited her to his office, which she refused, she said. The woman says she left the network shortly after the incident.

I don’t even know what to make of that.

So is Brokaw copping to any of these accusations?

Of course he isn’t.

“I met with Linda Vester on two occasions, both at her request, 23 years ago, because she wanted advice with respect to her career at NBC,” he said in a statement issued by NBC.

“The meetings were brief, cordial and appropriate, and despite Linda’s allegations, I made no romantic overtures towards her, at that time or any other.”

That’s what they all say. I notice you’re not mentioning the incident with the chest touching (whatever that is).

Actually the timing of these stories seems a little late.

Does the #MeToo movement have that kind of steam, anymore? Are these stories too vanilla?

I guess we’re about to see.




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Attorney General Jeff Sessions Calls for the Conclusion of Robert Mueller’s Russia Probe

Sorry, Jeff. This isn’t going to get you out of the dog house. The stain of that initial recusal will haunt you until Trump fires you or the indignity of being Trump’s little whipping boy becomes too much to bear.

While testifying before the House on Thursday, Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggested that special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation needs to wrap up, in order to allow for President Trump to focus on things like negotiations with North Korea, the promised border wall, and what ever else it is that Trump does when he’s not on Twitter.

During his testimony, the MAGA section of the House wanted to know why Sessions let the Mueller probe continue, but had done nothing to “Lock her up,” in reference to Hillary Clinton.

“At the very root of this, I think my constituents are frustrated, are angry, they see a double standard historically. They want justice,” said Rep. Evan Jenkins, West Virginia Republican, ticking off a number of red flags he said deserved the heightened powers a special counsel should look at.

If there be any standards, you avoid the appearance of politically-motivated investigations. I can agree the Clinton email scandal was handled POORLY, to use the best possible term. It needs to be reopened, and every intern or IT tech that was involved in the handling of those servers needs to be nailed to the wall.

Starting an investigation now, while the Russia probe is still ongoing gives exactly the kind of optics that nobody should want.

Sessions seems to agree, somewhat.

Mr. Sessions said he didn’t want to appoint special counsels “willy-nilly” but said his department is taking deliberate steps. He’s named a U.S. attorney to oversee an investigation and coordinate with the inspector general whose probe has been ongoing for months.

He also said they’re sharing an unprecedented amount of information with GOP-led congressional committees who are probing the same matters.

“If there’s wrongdoing we’re going to take action about it,” he said.

I’m pretty sure the Trump loyalists would let the Hillary thing go, if Sessions would step in and let Trump off the hook, by firing Robert Mueller.

As it is, what happens with Mueller is in the hands of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

Sessions has been a target of Trump’s caustic tweets, as well as the subject of ire for legions of Trump’s devotees, who see his recusal from the Russia probe as a betrayal, rather than an act of ethical concern.

The attorney general has made allusions in the past to appeasing the president, but nothing has stuck.

“He’s dealing with France and North Korea and Syria and taxes and regulations and border and crime every day,” Mr. Sessions said. “This thing needs to conclude. So I understand his frustrations and I understand the American people’s frustrations.”

Some of us care more about the well-being of the nation and assuring there is no influence from hostile foreign players involved in the top echelons of our government than we care about partisan loyalty, so, just let Mueller do his job.

If Trump is innocent, he’s got nothing to worry about.

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Trump’s Crazed Call-in on Fox & Friends May Be His Biggest OOPS Yet

Besides tossing his longtime “fixer,” Michael Cohen under the bus, by admitting on live television that Cohen did, in fact, work on a payoff to his porn star mistress, Stormy Daniels (something he’s previously denied), and a long string of rapid-fire proclamations, President Trump also went unhinged on the media.


We can safely assume that Trump has an open door policy with Fox News. He can call in or appear, any time he likes. He controls the programming. That’s the way state-run propaganda works.

What’s more, he never has to worry about any pesky, principled “journalists” attempting to correct him. All things become truth, simply by the breath from Trump’s mouth in the MAGAsphere.

That being said, the uncomfortable, ranty interview with Trump on this morning’s “Fox & Friends” was a sight to behold.

The look on the faces of the hosts, as Trump tore into the media, claiming he’d taught the people that media was fake, among other things, was something else.

First, he took aim at the Electoral College system (the very system that allowed him to win):

How is it that only Brian Kilmeade is attempting to put a bridle on President Ranty-Pants, here?

And no, there’d be no changing the subject. The second clip has him losing it over the media, and James Comey.

I said last night that Trump was watching former FBI Director James Comey’s performance at the CNN “town hall” event, where he answered questions about his book and his encounters with Trump.

I was right.

Trump really is his own worst enemy.

Other reports coming out, almost immediately after this interview, were that Cohen was on the phone with his lawyer, no doubt reassessing their case (since Trump so happily stomped all over it), and that the Southern District of New York had amended their request that is to be brought out in a 12pm court hearing, today.

Based on Sean Hannity’s statements that his dealings with Cohen were nothing, along with Trump’s statements this morning, the SDNY want to have all Cohen’s documents on those two “clients” deemed as NOT “privileged.”


This is a mess, but like any massive train wreck, you just can’t look away.

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Under the Bus: Trump Takes to Morning Television to Deny Relationship With Michael Cohen (WATCH)


Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s longtime personal attorney and “fixer,” has said in the past that he’d take a bullet for Trump. He has lavished praise on the man so exuberantly that it borders on parody.

I talked last week about the possible charges of wire and bank fraud, as well as campaign finance law violations that Cohen may be facing.

The question at that time pertained to whether Cohen would risk the well-being of his family and a long-term prison sentence to protect Trump. After all, according to other insiders, Trump took sadistic glee in demeaning and abusing Cohen.

On Wednesday, it was announced that Cohen would be pleading the Fifth Amendment in his case.

As of this morning, Cohen can tell you what the underside of the Trump bus looks like, because that’s exactly where Trump threw him.

Speaking on “Fox & Friends” this morning, President Trump spoke as if he barely knew Cohen’s name.

“This has nothing to do with me,” Trump said during an interview on “Fox and Friends.” “I’ve been told I’m not involved.”

“I don’t his know business … I have nothing to do with his business,” the president said.

Trump said Cohen handled just a “tiny, tiny fraction” of his legal work.

Cohen has worked for Trump for over a decade.

Through his entire, fast-paced rant, Trump did mention that Cohen had worked on the nondisclosure agreement with Stormy Daniels for him.

That would be the nondisclosure agreement that he has previously swore he had no knowledge of.

And he said these things on live television.

Even the hosts of “Fox & Friends” seemed a bit taken aback by the president’s hasty denial of a relationship with Michael Cohen.

Now we wait and see if Cohen has watched the segment, and if he’s ready to eat more abuse from the man he swears such loyalty to.

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Like a Spy Novel: Expelled Russian Diplomats May Have Been Assassins

I’m sure this has been written into a spy novel, somewhere.

A 2006 Russian law that allows for the assassination of Russia’s enemies abroad, and the attempted poisoning of a former Russian spy, Sergei Skripal, and his daughter in the U.K. has heightened concerns for western democracies.

With that in mind, when the U.S. stood with the U.K. and expelled 60 Russian diplomats last month, you could just about guess there was something “more.”

CNN is reporting that of those 60 diplomats, some were believed to be actual spies, tracking Russian defectors and their families, now living in the U.S.

In at least one instance, suspected Russian spies were believed to be casing someone who was part of a CIA program that provided new identities to protect resettled Russians, the officials said.

That episode and other US intelligence raised concerns that the Russians were preparing to target Russian émigrés in the US labeled by the Kremlin as traitors or enemies, law enforcement and intelligence officials said.


Earlier this year, members of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee brought up around 2 dozen suspicious deaths of critics of Putin.

“The trail of mysterious deaths, all of which happened to people who possessed information that the Kremlin did not want made public, should not be ignored by Western countries on the assumption that they are safe from these extreme measures,” said the Senate Democrats in their report.

None of this is new for Russia. This is just what they do.

Nowhere has it been reported, as yet, but I wonder if they actually located any of the Russian émigrés, or if our government has warned them about the threat moving around our nation, under the banner of “diplomat”?

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As Far Back as 2014, Steve Bannon Was Directing Cambridge Analytica to Test Messaging on Putin

So just what was Steve Bannon up to while serving as vice president of the board of Cambridge Analytica?

According to Christopher Wylie, the whistleblower who busted both Cambridge Analytica and Facebook a month ago – no good.

Cambridge Analytica and Facebook apparently struck a deal with the devil, with CA improperly obtaining the information of over 50,000 FB users, in order to craft propaganda before the 2016 election.

Wylie met with Democrats of the House Judiciary and House Oversight and Government Reform committees on Wednesday to expand further on his former firm’s activities.

Wylie told Democrats that Cambridge Analytics was a “full service propaganda machine,” that wanted to use collected Facebook data — at the direction of Bannon — to discourage specific groups of people from voting, including those likely to vote Democratic.

“There is one document which I have that specifically says—in bold terms—voter disengagement as an objective in the United States.,” he said, later adding that he had heard Bannon talk about voter disenfranchisement or voter disengagement.

“If by that term you mean discouraging particular types of voters who are more prone to voting for Democratic or liberal candidates, if that’s what you mean by that term, then yes,” Wylie explained.

This is just more proof that Steve Bannon and the alt-right clowns that follow his lead are bad for the political process.

So was that all he was up to?

Nope. If you look back to 2014, Wylie says that Bannon directed the staff to “test messaging,” in regards to Vladimir Putin and Russia’s expansion into Eastern Europe.

You know, like, should the language in relation to Russia’s move in Ukraine be softened?

Oh, wait… that’s something else.

“I can’t explain why it was that they picked Vladimir Putin to talk about in focus groups or to do message testing or to do models on, and why that would be useful to Steve Bannon,” he told Democrats in interviews on Capitol Hill this week. “But what I can say is that they were also testing images of Vladimir Putin and asking questions about Russian expansion in Eastern Europe.”

It’s a peculiar coincidence, I’m sure, and not at all as if there have been operatives attempting to push a pro-Russia agenda on the inside of our nation.

It would also seem that there’s enough smoke here that our lawmakers should all, regardless of party, be interested in scouring over every detail, leaving no stone unturned.

That’s just not how it’s working out, as partisanship seems to be rendering large swaths of our representation impotent.

According to the Democrats that were there with Wylie today, Judiciary Committee Republicans were invited to participate, but they refused, which is why only Democrats are hearing what Wylie has to say.

I can only assume that the mention of “Russia” makes them feel as if they’d be showing disloyalty to President Trump.



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Despicable Fresno Professor Will Be Enjoying the Freedoms of Life in the United States

Well, this is maddening. It also provokes much debate over issues of protected speech and the continuing downward spiral of civil discourse in this nation.

I’m speaking of the California State University, Fresno professor, Randa Jarrar, and her hateful speech, after the death of former First Lady Barbara Bush.

We’ve discussed the loathsome Jarrar on these pages before. There’s nothing strong enough that any of us could say to adequately express the complete ugliness of who this person is, inside and out.

Jarrar was the heatless, hate-filled ghoul that responded to the news of Mrs. Bush’s death on social media in this way:

“Barbara Bush was a generous and smart and amazing racist who, along with her husband, raised a war criminal,” Jarrar wrote.

Jarrar also commented that she was “happy the witch is dead.”

So uncalled for, on every level.

Enough people were outraged that there were calls for the university to fire her. A petition gathered around 50,000 signatures, calling for her dismissal.

Jarrar, for her part, had boasted that she couldn’t be touched, due to tenure.

In other words, the way college systems are set up in this nation, tenure allows for professors to behave as reprobates and emotional terrorists.

Was that a strong term?

Not strong enough. Again, there are no words to adequately delve the depths of intolerance, hate, wickedness, and what I can only assume to be deep-rooted personal torment, that would lead somebody to say such a thing.

And, as is being reported today, she was absolutely right that her job is fine.

Fresno State President Joseph Castro, speaking after a review of her statements, pointed out that the comments were part of her personal Twitter account, and as a private citizen, they couldn’t do a thing about it.

“Her comments, although disgraceful, are protected free speech under the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution,” Castro wrote. “Our duty as Americans and educators is to promote a free exchange of diverse views, even if we disagree with them.”

As disgusting as it is, I have to agree with him.

We get bent out of shape whenever a conservative speaker is either forced away from our college campuses, or denied a voice through official edict.

Castro pointed out:

“Professor Jarrar’s conduct was insensitive, inappropriate and an embarrassment to the university,” Castro wrote, adding: “On campus and whenever we are representing the university, I expect all of us to engage in respectful dialogue.”

I’m not going to make any assumptions regarding how Mr. Castro would have reacted, had it been a conservative-leaning professor making the same comments about the death of Michelle Obama or Hillary Clinton. For all I know, he’s a stand-up guy and really feels awful about having a creature as despicable as Jarrar attached to his school.

The First Amendment says nothing about protecting us from exposure to obnoxious, ignorant speech. It is, in fact, established to protect the rights of those who have something to say.

Our recourse is to tune out and walk away, or to hold our tongues until the opportunity to give our own opinions may arise.

Jarrar shouldn’t be fired for her hurtful words (and that is painful for me to say). What’s more, there will be many who agree with her, because there’s no shortage of horrible people in this fallen world.

If the school is not holding her accountable (they can’t), it all comes down to how those who oppose her decide to interact.

Hopefully, they choose to walk away, not take her class, dry up the well of impressionable minds she’s given access to, because I have the feeling someone so wretched is beyond civil conversation and the free exchange of ideas.

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Trump VA Pick Earned an Alarming Nickname From White House Medical Staff

Things for Dr. Ronny Jackson just seem to be getting worse.

I’ll reiterate here that much of what has been alleged still lacks substantiation, but senators with the Senate Veterans Affairs Committee are digging into it, having postponed Jackson’s confirmation hearing, in the meantime.

The news first broke on Tuesday that Democrats with the committee are saying they’ve received somewhere around 20 misconduct allegations against Jackson.

I told you earlier this morning about overseas trips, where medical staffers claim he’d become intoxicated, and in one instance, began banging on the hotel room door of a female staffer. It became so obnoxious that the Secret Service had to step in, because they feared he’d wake the president.

It’s a serious charge, considering the need for the White House doctor to be on call, at all times, in the event of a medical emergency with the president. It’s not really a job you can do if you’re fall down drunk.

To that point, there’s even a story of the White House attempting to reach Jackson, on at least one occasion, and after failing to do so, finding him passed out in his hotel room.

Now, further details of the allegations against Jackson are coming out.

Apparently, Jackson had a nickname among the medical staff: “The candy man.”

So what had to happen to get the nickname, “candy man”?

Tester, the top Democrat on the Senate Veterans’ Affairs Committee, said on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” that “in overseas trips, in particular, the admiral would go down the aisle way of the airplane and say, ‘All right, who wants to go to sleep?’ and hand out the prescription drugs like they were candy.”


I’m not even going to pretend that a medical professional occasionally dipping into the meds cart for something to help them rest or to ease off a backache is an unusual occurrence. I know it happens. It doesn’t make it right, but it’s not the worst thing in the world, either – as long as it doesn’t become a routine, or it’s not the heavy stuff.

We can’t ever allow ourselves to get comfortable with anyone in the medical profession riding with King Percocet.

All that being said, if this is going on with Jackson enough that it earned him a nickname, then there’s some abuse of the system, if not abuse of substances going on.

“That’s the reports that we got from the people, 20-something people, who got a hold of us and said, ‘We have a problem. This doctor has a problem because he hands out prescriptions like candy.’ In fact, in the White House they call him the candy man,” Tester said.

“That’s not a nickname that you want in a doctor and if you consider the prescription drugs we have a problem with in this country right now, it’s not the example we need to have set,” Tester added.

That’s a good point.

On Tuesday, President Trump seemed to be willing to step away from his VA secretary pick, but Jackson has said he intends to push on, rather than withdraw his name. Hearing that, the White House seemed satisfied and are maintaining their support for him.

For now, the investigation into the allegations against him continue, but if there is even a whiff of truth to any of these claims, then Jackson is simply not a good fit to serve in a Cabinet position.

He’s not even fit to continue on as the White House doctor, so let’s hope Trump has somebody else in the wings.



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WOW: New Book Details How Part of Hillary Clinton’s Debate Prep Included Abusing Aides

A hilarious new book (I’m assuming this is supposed to be comedy) details how Hillary Clinton prepared for her losing run for the presidency, in 2016.

If you’re like me, you’re wondering how many different takes there can be on just how awful Hillary Clinton was, as a candidate. How many different angles are there from which to consider her fantastic crash-and-burn?

Seriously. She lost to Donald Trump.

I imagine they’ll keep cranking out these tomes for the foreseeable future, given that Hillary Clinton has trouble letting go.

So how did Queen Hillary prepare for debates?

Apparently, by abusing her aides.

“You want authentic, here it is!” Clinton yelled during one preparation session, followed by a “f**k-laced fusillade” about Trump being a “disgusting” human, campaign reporter for the New York Times, Amy Chozick, writes in her new book, according to the Guardian.

“Aides understood that in order to keep it all together onstage, Hillary sometimes needed to unleash on them in private,” Chozick writes in Chasing Hillary: Ten Years, Two Presidential Campaigns and One Intact Glass Ceiling, which was released Tuesday.

Who are the aides that would let someone verbally abuse them, simply because she needed it? If she “needs” to be verbally abusive to keep it all together, there are some emotional problems that need immediate attention.

This is the book by the Clinton acolyte, that further details Clinton’s mewling pity-grab, when she declared that “they” were never going to “let” her be president.

It’s not about “letting” anyone win. It’s about EARNING the trust of the voters and Hillary Clinton couldn’t do that.

But sure, let’s talk about the “empowered woman” needing things given to her, in order to get ahead, then claiming a glass ceiling when it doesn’t happen that way.

The book also points out that the campaign tossed around various slogans, in an attempt to give Clinton the feel of authenticity.

There were 84 slogans bandied about, such as “No quit” and “You’ve earned a fair chance.”

Earned, earned, EARNED!

Not “given,” or “owed,” but earned. Learn the difference.

Also while preparing for debates:

“Hillary would take a couple of steps toward the questioner, make eye contact, empathize,” Chozick writes.

And how did that work out?

Let’s face it: 2016 was a contest of the horribles. It could have gone either way, and in fact, fewer people found Clinton repugnant, but fewer people in the right parts of the country found Trump more repugnant, so he grabbed those important Electoral College votes.

The hope should be that we never have a repeat of 2016 and voters on both sides of the aisle demand better candidates.

Or a competent, serious third party emerges, in the meantime.





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Trump Expresses Optimism Over Talks With “Very Honorable” Kim Jong Un (Little Rocket Man, No More?)

Well, this is an unfortunate application of the term.

In agreeing to meet with North Korea’s maniac leader, Kim Jong Un, President Trump is breaking with past American presidents who refused to allow it to appear that the Kims were either legitimate leaders, or that the oppressive regimes they forced their people to live under were acceptable.

All it took to coax Trump to the table was a few vague promises and the notion that this would make him look like the leader who diverted the threat of World War III.

So should we overlook the shoddy track record of North Korea for keeping its promises?

I’m pretty sure Donald Trump is oblivious to all of this. He certainly doesn’t listen to his military advisers.

Trump’s fascination with dictators and foreign strong men is a thing to behold.

He recently congratulated Russia’s Vladimir Putin on winning what was known to be a sham election, even with a card in front of him from his advisers, with the words, in bold, all-capital letters, “DO NOT CONGRATULATE.”

As if Trump would let a chance to bond with his man-crush pass.

Earlier today, Trump expressed his change of heart, regarding the man he once sought to antagonize with the nickname, “little rocket man.”

“He really has been very open and, I think, very honorable from everything we’re seeing,” Trump said of Kim Jong Un during a meeting with French President Emmanuel Macron at the White House.

Very honorable? And he’s saying this in reference to Kim Jong Un?

So this would be the same Kim Jong Un that ordered his brother murdered with a banned nerve agent.

It’s the same Kim Jong Un who routinely imprisons dissidents, starves his own people, and, hey, does anybody remember Otto Warmbier?

Warmbier is the 22-year old American student studying abroad, who thought joining a tourist group traveling through North Korea in 2016 would be a hoot.

He was charged with taking a propaganda poster from a wall at a hotel while there and sentenced to 15 years in one of North Korea’s treacherous prisons.

North Korean officials claim he fell ill with botulism, shortly after arriving and that he had a violent reaction to the medication given to him.

When Swedish embassy officials, acting on behalf of the U.S. attempted to see him, they were denied.

When he was returned to the U.S. in June 2017, his parents claim he was blind, deaf, and howling incoherently. He died shortly after returning home.

North Korea is also listed on the 2018 World Watch List of the most oppressive nations for Christians at #1 – a spot they’ve held for the past 17 years.

North Korea is a nation where the main “religion” is atheism, with the Kim family considered to be “gods” and the only ones worthy of worship. To be found in possession of a Bible or praising the true God could mean imprisonment or death, not just for those discovered, but for their entire families.

But please, let’s leave room to consider that maybe we’ve judged Kim Jong Un unfairly.

Trump went on:

“Unlike past administrations, I will leave the table. But I think we have the chance to do something very special,” he said.

Past administrations never let themselves be pulled to that table, to begin with. There’s that.

And to be clear, this isn’t the first time a North Korean leader has toyed with the idea of ending their nuclear ambitions, only to go back on their word, shortly after.

Trump sees a way to making a real mark on history for himself with this, however, so he’s going for it.

In the meantime, here’s the short version of the horrors Christians face under the regime of the “very honorable” Kim.


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