Congressman Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) has recently found himself in the hot-seat. The congressman has come under fire for allegedly having knowledge that a former team doctor sexually assaulted wrestlers on the team. Jordan was the assistant coach at Ohio State University at the time of the assault allegations. Jordan firmly denied the allegations, saying that if he’d known something, he’d have said something. Four of the former wrestlers on the team disagreed. One former wrestler even alleged to have emails he sent to Jordan in regards to the sexual abuse. The former students say Jordan did know of the claims and that he did absolutely nothing. Jordan has even been accused of conspiring to cover up the crimes.

Jordan did not stop at merely denying the claims, Jordan went on to say that this whole thing is a conspiracy against him to make him look bad. Jordan says the timing of the allegations is “suspect.” He claims that this conspiracy against him was put together after the Rosenstein hearings when Jordan grilled the FBI Deputy Director about the Mueller investigation and Peter Strok. Jordan made his claims on Fox News with host Brett Baier. Check out the interview below:

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No player on the Super Bowl winning Eagles team roster took a knee in protest during the playing of the national anthem during the regular season, playoffs, or Super Bowl. I know this, because I’m a hardcore fan of the Philadelphia Eagles and have seen damn near every regular, pre-season, and playoff game the Eagles have been involved in for over 20 years. Myself, and those who may not be Eagles fans are not the same. But let’s say that you’re not a hardcore Eagles fan like myself, and don’t know much about this team. Let’s even go a step further and say that you’re not a fan of football at all. Never even watched a full NFL game in your life. If a person you looked to defend, no matter what crazy thing came out of their mouths, told you that Eagles players were uninvited from attending the White House because the players on the team took a knee during the national anthem, you would probably believe what that person said without needing any proof whatsoever. Those who maybe thought they were a little smarter would search for proof in an attempt to validate their hero’s words for anyone who may be a non-believer. If that person was as smart as they claimed, they would do some real research and discover that their hero was a bold-faced liar. Those who weren’t so smart would dig for proof of their point and find this:




These are a few of the first images that pop up in a search when you google “Eagles kneel.” Anybody who knows anything about football knows that these pictures don’t fit the narrative of what Trump said about Eagles players disrespecting the flag and military by kneeling during the national anthem. We all know that during the playing of the anthem, players are standing very closely together side by side. Common sense would tell you that these photos could not have been taken during the playing of the national anthem. Fox News knew this when they decided to use pictures they found in a google search to try to bring some truth to Trump’s lying words. The crazy thing is, they didn’t care. They honestly thought they were going to get away with this blatant lie. Sure, many people who buy into the Fox propaganda on a daily basis took the bait and parroted the Fox message, like Fox knew they would, but an overwhelming number of people called Fox out and called this what it was……A HIT JOB. Make no mistake about it, this was a smear job on the Philadelphia Eagles by Fox News. Why? To attempt to make the words of a liar, truth. This is what Fox News does all day every single day, and they usually get away with it.




Of course, Fox News apologized for the so-called “error” hours later, but the damage had already been done. To the brain-dead, daily, Fox News viewers, their minds were already made up that this was the absolute truth. It was what the president of the United States said and it was what their most trusted news source, Fox News said.


The apology was weak and not really sincere, and like I said, the damage had already been done. An obvious lie had been fed to a brain-dead, naive audience as truth, and they quickly ran with the lie and parroted it over and over as truth. This is a hit job. Not even a good one, but still…..a hit job. Let’s be clear. This is not about the military. This is not about the national anthem. This isn’t even really about the right to protest. This whole thing is about Donald Trump and his fragile ego. Trump, always one to look for a photo-op and an opportunity to have people publicly kiss his ass, had his feelings hurt when he discovered that not enough players on the Eagles team were showing up for his liking. Out of a team with a 53-man roster and a coaching staff in the dozens, only about 10 people confirmed they were coming to the White House. That clearly was not a big enough ass-kissing session-photo op, for Trump. So Trump canceled the whole visit. In true Trump fashion, not only did he cancel the visit, but he felt a need to make the Eagles look like the bad guys in this whole thing to his supporters. What better way to make people look like the bad guy to a base that lives for fake patriotism, division, and racial conflict than to accuse people of being disrespecting to the very thing that group claims to hold so dearly? The flag and the military. Trump even attempted to shift the narrative of the “kneeling” narrative this afternoon after Fox caught the negative feedback over their lie pushing agenda.



No player on the Philadelphia Eagles team ever stayed in the locker room during the playing of the national anthem. Of course, Eagles fans already know that. So does Fox News. So does anyone with any common sense. Donald Trump has recklessly disrespected the NFL and its players on multiple occasions. Better yet, Donald Trump has, and still continues to use the NFL and its players as whipping toys whenever he needs to find a story to take the focus off of another story. Trump and his administration claims players don’t want to come to the White House because they are un-American. No, players don’t come to the White House because you are there. YOU ARE UN-AMERICAN.


Professional attention seeker Laura Ingraham is in the news again. And once again, Ingraham being in the news has absolutely nothing to do with her being good at what she does for a living, having a positive influence on someone, or attempting to change the world for the better in any type of a way. No, Ms. Ingraham is not in the news again for anything positive. The Fox News host has once again used her forum to say something stupid, and something she hopes will garner her some attention as she attempts to navigate her way through the swamp that has become Fox News. Laura Ingraham fits in perfectly at Fox News. A personality-lacking, vanilla, idiotic opinion having, lying shill. In short, a fuckin’ dirtbag. This seems to be what everyone over at Fox News is striving to be. The biggest dirtbag. It’s like whoever can become the biggest douche, somehow rises to the very top of the food chain over there. It’s an amazing thing to see. A person drag their character through the mud, in the hopes of becoming the biggest piece of shit possible. This seems to be the circle of life over there.That’s why it did not come as a surprise to me, when the fame-seeking Ingraham told Lebron James to “shut up and dribble” and it certainly did not surprise me when this grown-ass woman attacked and made fun of high school student David Hogg because he’d been turned down by four colleges.




Ingraham, Fox news, the NRA, and right wing jackasses have been highly frustrated by the actions of these Parkland high School students since the tragic massacre that took the lives of 17 people, students and teachers included. The NRA is used to a few days of protesting and angry conversations after a gun-related attack in this country. They’ve even built their curriculum around this expectation. After a shooting, go silent from social media for a few days until people find something else to speak about, then come back to social media with their message of “buy more guns” stronger than ever. Rinse and repeat the pattern when the next gun-related massacre occurs. That didn’t work well for the NRA this time. Instead of adjusting to change, the NRA threw a tantrum…..and also encouraged everyone who supports them to do the same. This is why you see these vicious attacks on these young people by these adults, and multi-million dollar corporations. They were not smart enough to change strategy, so they decided to throw tantrums in the hope that they will get their way. The thing that Ingraham and others did not count on was these students not running away with their tails tucked between their legs. Instead, they’ve become even more vocal. While Ingraham and others are running around trying to make the argument that these kids are too young and not knowledgable enough in how the world spins, these kids are making these big corporations hurt in the pockets. Ingraham, Fox, and other business who take part in this battle vs. kids will continue to suffer in the pockets. And it’s because of one simple fact that these arrogant corporations and personalities refuse to understand……or realize. THIS WORLD AND EVERYTHING IN IT BELONGS TO THE YOUNG. Period. And that includes the internet and social media. These kids understand the internet better than any adult over 30-years old ever will. Why? Because they were born into this shit. When Ingraham, with her horde of followers, attacked David Hogg, he did what Ingraham and others like her never expected him to. Brought a spotlight to Ingraham’s advertisers. Most advertisers want no parts of this kind of thing. Attacking kids is bad for business. There is nothing so special about advertising during Laura Ingraham’s low-rated show, that will make an advertiser want any parts of this foolishness. Their money is not based on saying stupid things for views……Ingraham’s is. Advertisers, advertise to bring eyes to their product, not to lose money because they’ve aligned themselves with idiots with idiotic views and opinions. It’s not a hard decision for advertisers to decide they don’t want their product advertised during In graham’s failing show. Without advertisers, Laura Ingraham’s show is absolutely worthless. The network knows it, David Hogg and other young people know it, does Laura Ingraham know it? If she didn’t before, I bet she does now. Couldn’t have happened to a more deserving person. Grow up and act like an adult……..or watch your rise to fame come to a screeching halt. Crash and burn baby, crash and burn.






The parents of slain Democratic National Committe staffer, Seth rich has filed a lawsuit against Fox News Channel for their seemingly endless coverage of a network pushed conspiracy theory linking their son to the leaks of thousands of DNC emails to WikiLeaks during the 2016 campaign. The lawsuit also names Fox reporters Malia Zimmerman and a periodic Fox commentator.




NPR (@NPR) reports, the May 2017 story echoed and propelled conspiracy theories about Rich’s death and the DNC leaks. Strongly suggesting Rich’s killing may have been related. Fox News later retracted the story after receiving widespread outrage. The network never bothered to apologize for manufacturing the story or attempt to correct the falsities they reported.




In the suit filed in the Southern District of New York, the family allege that they have been “collateral damage in a political war” and say their son’s death was exploited for political benefit. The Riches also sued Ed Butowsky, a Dallas investment manager who periodically offered commentary on financial matters for Fox Business Network and Fox News. Butowsky is also a defendant in an earlier lawsuit filed last August against Fox News and Zimmerman by their chief named source, a Fox news commentator named Rod Wheeler.  The lawsuit alleges “extreme and outrageous conduct” by Fox, Zimmerman, and Butowsky in developing a false story “painting Joel and Mary’s son as a criminal and traitor to the united States.” The Rich’s also allege the network, the reporter, and the investor made it appear that Joel and Mary Rich were involved in the deception.