It's official. One of the biggest celebrity donors to Hillary Clinton is not only a total creep, he's a rapist.
At least 3 women have stepped forward to formally accuse Harvey Weinstein of rape.
One of his accusers, Asia Argento, confirmed her account to CNN today.
James O' Keefe and Project Veritas, just months after exposing CNN as Fake News, are at it again.
This time, James turned his sights on getting some under-cover video of a New York Times big-shot.
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Remember how the sports media reacted when Trump took on the NFL?
"This was the entire league coming together against an outsider," they all said.
That was before the President essentially forced the Dallas Cowboys to stand for the national anthem.
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President Trump can seem besieged on all sides at times. Democrats, Republicans, the media
CNN isn't called Clinton News Network for nothing. But one of their top journalists has had enough of Hillary enabling rapist Democrats.
Harvey Weinstein is having the quietest sex-crime scandal in history.
Some people will tell you that's because he's rich, or white, or a famous film
Republican Senator Bob Corker hasn't just lashed back at Trump - the establishment GOP titan has thrown down the gauntlet.
Corker unleashed a trio of terrible complaints about Trump to the media today.
First, he said Trump could be ending the world soon. That's a nice, reasonable
Driven by agenda over principle, Hollywood liberals have been loathe to condemn Rapey Harvey for his numerous violations of women.
But that phenomenon didn't start just last week.
A former New York Times reporter who investigated allegations of sex crimes and harassment against Harvey Weinstein has now revealed that
Stephen A Smith, a broadcast pundit for ESPN known for his grandstanding and liberal point of view in that order, makes a shocking statement on the air.
Smith answered a question on an ESPN talk show about VP Mike Pence boycotting an NFL game in Indianapolis
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones cares enough about race relations that he joined his team in kneeling before - not during - the national anthem.
But players disrespecting the Stars & Stripes? That isn't going to fly in Big D.
Jones has now told the Dallas Morning
The Democratic National Committee has responded to sex-crime allegations against Democratic Party donor and Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein by giving $30,000 of his money to charity.
Only one problem. Weinstein has donated almost $250K to their organization.
The DNC said “over $30,000” worth of Weinstein’s contributions will