“Me Too” Supporters are Racist and Hypocrites

Two articles have surface that really haven’t been seen by the public that proves the “Me Too / Time Up” movement is a way to embarrass others. Which they also show the movement is very much racial and hypocrites.

The first article asked the simple question: “name a woman of color in the “Me Too” movement.” Don’t be embarrass if you can’t, most people can’t. This is where the opinion piece goes with history of women issues and how women of color are still ignored by this group.

Article: Women of color are fundamental to feminism

The second article has “ABC” and “American Idol” very nervous. This is the problem: Kate Perry who is a celebrity who publicly supports the “Me Too” movement and has made claims in the past about being forced into uncomfortable situations asked for a kiss from a contestant. He gives her a kiss on the cheek. Not the problem. The problem is that popstar Katy Perry, a judge on the show, surprised him by kissing him smack on the lips, moments before his audition. He had never been kissed before.

Article: An Unwanted Kiss on ‘American Idol’

He said “I was a tad bit uncomfortable,” Mr. Glaze said by phone this week, after the incident aired on the season premiere. His first kiss was a rite of passage he had been putting off with consideration. “I wanted to save it for my first relationship,” he said. “I wanted it to be special.”

“Would I have done it if she said, ‘Would you kiss me?’ No, I would have said no,” he said. “I know a lot of guys would be like, ‘Heck yeah!’ But for me, I was raised in a conservative family and I was uncomfortable immediately. I wanted my first kiss to be special.”

No report if any legal actions have or will happen. Representatives for ABC and Katy Perry did not respond to requests for comment.

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March 3rd – Has Facebook “Jumped The Shark”

The term “Jump the shark” refers to something that has taken a downward turn in popularity. Has Facebook new algorithms started their doom of losing members? Plus Rick Schutte joins us for “ask An Attorney.”


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Is She “Nuts” or “Strange”

Woman claims to have sex with different ghost partners. Completely rejects men for ghost lovers because in her words “Their better in the sack.”

A British daytime television program which has the most unusual topics aired this. All we have to say is: Is she nuts or strange?

Amethyst Realm was dumped by her childhood fiancé 10 years ago after he caught her in bed with another man…but the other man was actually a ghost! Since then, Amethyst has gone on to have more than 15 spirit lovers and says the sexual experience is so intense she’d never go back to a human lover.

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I Have No ‘Physical Advantage’ over Female Competitors

How do you feel about “transition athletes?” By them being allowed to compete in sports against the opposite sex as the same sex, does it cause you to ignore sports all together?

(From Breitbart News)
Biological Male Weightlifter Who ‘Identifies’ as Female: I Have No ‘Physical Advantage’ over Female Competitors

A New Zealand weightlifter, who is a biological male who identifies as a female, claims that he does not have a “physical advantage” over his female competitors.
Laurel Hubbard, who made his “transition” to female four years ago, claims that there is no “fundamental difference” between himself and his female competitors, and that those who say otherwise are being “disrespectful.”

“Look, I’ve heard that and I think it’s incredibly disrespectful to the other competitors,” Hubbard said, responding to the coaches of his rivals who criticized him for having an “unfair advantage” over his competition because he lifted heavier weights as a man.

“I don’t believe there is any fundamental difference between me and the other athletes, and to suggest there is, is slightly demeaning to them,” Hubbard added.

Hubbard crushed his rivals at the Australian International weightlifting competition in Melbourne back in March, when he made four new records.

Hubbard’s success has caused some of his competitors to question whether he won fair and square.

Despite his critics’ objections, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) allowed him to compete in the Commonwealth Games, a worldwide sporting competition that serves as a qualifying round for athletes headed toward the Olympics.

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Corrine Brown Sentenced To 5 Years

A judge sentenced former congresswoman and convicted felon Corrine Brown to five years in federal prison during a short hearing at the U.S. federal courthouse in downtown Jacksonville.

Judge Tim Corrigan issued the sentence for Brown to serve 60 months, in federal prison after she was found guilty on 18 counts of corruption.

Brown, is also required to pay $62,650.99 in restitution to the IRS. She must also pay a portion of $452,515.87 in restitution to others.

The judge sentenced Carla Wiley, who ran the phony nonprofit organization called One Door for Education, to serve 21 months in federal prison for her role in the fraud scheme. She will serve three years of supervised release. She owes $425,515.87 in restitution, which will be paid about $250 a month after she gets out of prison.

Judge Corrigan sentenced Ronnie Simmons, Brown’s former chief of staff. He has been sentenced to four years, in federal prison. He will owe $91,621.38 in restitution to the U.S. House of Representatives, as well as more restitution split between the three defendants.

All three defendants will be able to voluntarily surrender to prison sometime after Jan. 8, 2018, Corrigan said. All three defendants will be required to turn over passports.

Corrigan described the sentencing for the defendants as a “sad chapter and there’s no other way to say it.”

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