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Right Wing Pundit Tries to Discredit Author of Trump Bombshell Book by Saying He Might Be Gay, Has a ‘Gay Face’

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‘This Is Just My Theory, but He Has a Gay Face’ Gavin McInnes Says

A co-founder of VICE Media and head of a far right wing “fraternity” is trying to discredit Michael Wolff, the author of Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House,” by suggesting he might be gay. Gavin McInnes also says that gay people who have not come out “tend to be sociopaths.”

“Why are we assuming that Michael Wolff is good at his job? Have you ever seen Michael Wolff?” McInnes, who has a show on the online far right wing network CRTV, asks in a Facebook post.

“Now, this isn’t a fact, this is just my theory, but he has a gay face,” he continues, as Right Wing Watch first reported Wednesday.

It’s unclear what being gay or not, or having a “gay face” has to do with being good at your job. It’s also unclear what “gay face” is. 

“And there’s nothing wrong with being gay,” McInnes continues, adding, “obviously.”

“Chadwick Moore is a wonderful gay, so is Milo Yiannopoulous, but he appears to be a closeted gay and my experience with them is that they tend to be sociopaths,” he claimed. “They have a lot of bottled up sexual rage and they want revenge on the world. I don’t trust these stories.”

CRTV is home to right wing pundits including Michelle Malkin, Mark Levin, “Duck Dynasty” dad Phil Robertson, and Matt Kibbe, the former president of the Koch Brothers’ group FreedomWorks.

“Does that face look a little gay to you?” asks McInnes, speaking of Wolff, in this video compilation (above) posted by Right Wing Watch. “I mean, it’s the lips. That kind of a pocket square, I wear it sometimes. I have slept with hundreds of women. So you have to either be a pimp, or a pussy. Seriously, though. Look at his demeanor. Am I crazy? Does that look like a closeted gay man to you? Only black guys and me can get away with that kind of color scheme.”

At the end of his livestream, McInnes brought his theory about Wolff full circle, adding a disclaimer that his claim should just be considered “Gavin pulling stuff out of his ass.”

“My gut kind of vibe is that this has to do with repressed homosexuality,” McInnes said again, before directing viewers to watch Wolff’s mannerisms during a news interview.

Last year a conservative author described Proud Boys as an “adult ‘Western chauvinist’ fraternity. It’s like Old School, but with uncomfortable racial and sexual subtext!”

McInnes left VICE in 2008.

Right Wing Watch notes the video above “contains three distinct clips from the nearly 17-minute long Facebook Live broadcast.”

Editor’s Note: 01.08.18 – This article has been updated to remove mention of the alt-right.

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At the White House Today: Likely Top Trump SCOTUS Choice – a Right Wing Anti-LGBTQ, Anti-Choice Religious Extremist

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President Donald Trump’s current top choice to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg visited the White House on Monday.

Reporters including CNN Chief White House correspondent Jim Acosta say Judge Amy Coney Barrett visited the White House today.

Multiple reports say Coney Barrett is the leading contender.

Earlier today White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told CBS “This Morning” Trump would be announcing his decision “before Wednesday.” MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell also made a similar suggestion. Trump later told Fox News he would wait until Friday or Saturday, and told reporters Saturday. Justice Ginsburg will lie in state at the Supreme Court Wednesday and Thursday.

Judge Amy Coney Barrett is anti-LGBTQ, anti-choice, and a right wing religious extremist.

In 2006 Barrett told Notre Dame graduates, “your legal career is but a means to an end, and . . . that end is building the kingdom of God.”

Coney Barrett has said she believes “life begins at conception.”

She opposes one of the greatest tenets of the Supreme Court: stare decisis, the legal doctrine that obliges courts to consider Supreme Court rulings as settled law.

Critical issues such as the right of women to obtain an abortion, the right of same-sex couples to marry, as well as the Affordable Care Act (ObamaCare) are seen as being overturned with her on the court.

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‘Shaping Policies’: Trump Official in Charge of Personnel at HHS Has Been a College Senior – Report

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The Trump administration put a college senior in charge of personnel at the Dept. of Health and Human Services, Catherine Granito. She appears to have graduated this spring.

A Politico report Monday afternoon, “Trump administration shakes up HHS personnel office after tumultuous hires,” revealed the stunning placement – including that she has been “playing a role in shaping policies in the middle of a pandemic.”

HHS has an annual budget of $1.286 trillion. As of 2015 it had 79,540 employees.

“White House Liaison Emily Newman and her deputy Catherine Granito will be shifting full-time to the Voice of America’s parent organization, the United States Agency for Global Media, HHS chief of staff Brian Harrison told senior staff on Monday,” the Politico article states.

It adds that “Granito — an undergraduate at the University of Michigan as recently as this spring — had been in charge of the health department’s personnel while playing a role in shaping policies in the middle of a pandemic.”

Granito’s LinkedIn page says she attended the University of Michigan until May as a student athlete playing lacrosse and notes she majored in English language and literature. A Google search shows that page listed her as an “advisor” at HHS.

Her Facebook page says she “Works at U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.”

The recent Michael Caputo scandal appears to have involved Granito.

“Granito, who was in the class of 2020 at the University of Michigan, was involved in political appointees’ recent scrutiny of CDC Deputy Director Anne Schuchat, a career civil servant. Caputo and his team raised concerns about Schuchat this spring after she publicly acknowledged missed opportunities in the nation’s response to the coronavirus.”

 

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‘Streets Will Run Red With Blood’: Trump-Loving Senator Mocked for Ad Bragging She’s ‘More Conservative Than Attila the Hun’

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A Republican U.S. Senator is being mocked and disparaged for her new TV ad which touts her “100% Trump voting record” and positions her as “more conservative than Attila the Hun.”

Kelly Loeffler of Georgia, who was appointed in January, is running to keep her seat. Her main opponent is Republican Congressman Doug Collins.

The ad says she’s “the most conservative Senator in America.”

The ad “jokes” about murdering journalists and political opponents.

Loeffler is no stranger to controversy.

The Dept. of Justice closed its investigation into Loeffler’s coronavirus stock trading scandal in May. She is the owner of the Atlanta Dream professional basketball team and has been criticized for opposing the Black Lives Matter movement.

Now her new ad is drawing criticism, too.

 

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