Quantcast
Connect with us

Stormy Daniels brilliantly shuts down Trump defenders: ‘Sit down before you hurt yourself’

Published

on

Stephanie Clifford, better known by her stage name Stormy Daniels, hilariously defended herself on Wednesday against nasty attacks from supporters of President Donald Trump.

Joey Benedetto, who works for Trump supporting talk radio personality Bill Mitchell, got very personal in his attacks on Daniels.

“It’s quite sad. Honestly I’m surprised Trump even wasted his time on a third rate porn star,” Benedetto charged.

ADVERTISEMENT

“Hope he wore a condom because I’m sure you harbor every nasty virus on the planet,” Benedetto continued. “I’d feel safer sticking my cock in a sewer.”

Daniels, who has over half a million Twitter followers, shut down Benedetto.

“At least the sewer won’t reject you” Daniels shot back, “although you’re probably used to rejection by now.”

Another Twitter user chimed in.

“Third rate Porn Star? That’s what you’re worried about?” the user asked, adding an emoji of a face laughing with joy. “How about a third rate [President of the United States of America] who sexually abuses women? Talk about a sh*t hole.”

ADVERTISEMENT

Daniels added her own thoughts to the user’s questions.

“I was curious about this too. I really question the priorities of someone more worried about the quality of a pornstar than a president,” Daniels noted. “The only decisions I’m really responsible for is what position I want to do next & what color lipgloss best compliments my costar’s penis.”

Daniels also explained her motivations.

ADVERTISEMENT

“I have also never claimed to be a victim. Ever heard of leading by example? Do you have any f*cking idea how many ‘real victims’ are now coming forward?” Daniels responded to a critic. “No. No, you don’t. Sit down before you hurt yourself.”

ADVERTISEMENT

Report typos and corrections to: [email protected].
READ COMMENTS - JOIN THE DISCUSSION
Continue Reading

Breaking Banner

How Democrats clean up the messes left by Republicans

Published

on

For decades, Democratic administrations have been cleaning up economic messes left to them by Republican administrations. Thanks to Donald Trump, they'll have to do so again.

Before diving in, we need to understand this one concept: the debt-to-GDP ratio.

The national debt is a meaningless number on its own. It's meaningful only as a percentage of the total economy, the GDP. Even if the debt grows, that's okay so long as the economy grows even faster. But if the reverse is true — if the economy is growing more slowly than the debt — we're in trouble.

With this in mind, let's go back to the 1980s. When Ronald Reagan took office, the national debt equaled just a little over 30 percent of the total economy. Then Reagan began cutting taxes and spending a huge amount on the military. By the time he left the White House, the debt-to-GDP ratio was nearly 50 percent. He viewed it as a way of "starving the beast" so future Democratic administrations would find it harder to fund programs for the poor and average working people.

Continue Reading

2020 Election

Sanders campaign manager accuses MSNBC of ‘constantly undermining’ Bernie: Fox News is ‘more fair’

Published

on

Faiz Shakir, the campaign manager for Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., claimed that right-leaning Fox News has treated the self-described democratic socialist "more fair" than left-leaning MSNBC.

"Fox is often yelling about Bernie Sanders' socialism, but they're still giving our campaign the opportunity to make our case in a fair manner, unlike MSNBC, which has credibility with the left and is constantly undermining the Bernie Sanders campaign," Shakir told Vanity Fair in an interview published Tuesday.

Continue Reading
 

2020 Election

Here are 3 winners and 3 losers from the 2020 Democratic presidential primary debate

Published

on

Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg joined the other leading Democratic presidential primary candidates Wednesday night in the fieriest evening of the race so far.

His presence on the stage drew fire from the other candidates, but it also seemed to change the overall tone of the debate, with more attacks, counter-attacks, and passion than was generally seen earlier in the campaign.

Here’s a (necessarily subjective!) list of the winners and losers from the fray:

Winners

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) — Warren hit her stride right as the debate started by attacking Bloomberg for his record on the mistreatment of women, racist policies, and his tax returns. She repeatedly came back to skewer the former mayor, making herself the biggest and most notable presence in the debate. But importantly, she also continuously brought the discussion back to the issues she cares about — like expanding health care, environmental justice,  and consumer protection — while getting in digs at the other candidates on the stage.

Continue Reading
 
 
close-image