August 10, 2015, - 12:50 pm

Erick Erickson’s War on Women (Incl Me) ; His & Megyn Kelly’s Selective FOX News Hacktivism

By Debbie Schlussel




Erick Erickson & Megyn Kelly: They Want to Be a Supermodel

I’ve never been a fan of Donald Trump (you can read the many posts I’ve written about him over the years on this site). But the attacks on him by FOX News, the mainstream media, and Conservative Inc. attention whores and frauds like Erick Erickson, are quickly turning me into a Trumpian, despite my better judgment. You see, Erick Erickson’s war on women–on me–is far worse than anything Trump’s ever said. Erickson praised and promoted Muslim anti-Semitic death, rape, and torture threats on my life and those who laughed at me for reporting them to the FBI. And, missing from all the coverage of Erickson’s wimpy disinvitation to Trump, is that Erickson has a clear conflict of interest: he’s a paid FOX News contributor, so he had to disinvite Trump. He knows on which side his bread–and shameless attention-whoring–is buttered. Plus he thinks women have eye periods. Also I’ve got some pointed questions regarding Megyn Kelly, her hair extensions, and her double standards for who is asked tough questions.

On Friday, Donald Trump said that Megyn Kelly had blood coming out of her eyes. So Erick Erickson (whose parents were apparently challenged to come up with an original first name) kicked Trump out of his allegedly “conservative” confab for GOP candidates, claiming the Donald was discussing a menstrual sycle. I feel bad for Erick Erickson’s wife. After all, I can’t imagine–since he believes period blood comes out of the eyes–how many times he’s stuck his penis in hers. Who the hell taught Erick Erickson sex ed?

I’ve been on the receiving end of Erickson’s war on women–his professional jealousy war on conservative women–for years. It started with Erickson defending and gushing over a Jew-hating stalker who praised and promoted Muslim Holocaust-denying death, rape, and torture threats against me and my family members.

Several years ago, I was contacted by an openly anti-Semitic Lebanese Shi’ite Muslim named Lola Elzein, who is a proud supporter of Hezbollah and HAMAS with family ties to Hezbollah. The deranged Elzein, who lives just miles from me in Dearbornistan or Dearbornistan Hieghts, posed as a fan who wanted to meet and have lunch with me. I’m not an idiot, and I didn’t respond to the “invitation,” but I’m told that if I had, I’d probably never be heard from again, and I believe it. Because I didn’t respond, Elzein sent me repeated, escalating e-mails and threats, including Holocaust-denying, anti-Semitic e-mails warning me that if I ever stepped out of my home again, she would rape, torture, and murder me and my Holocaust-survivor grandmother. (She also had a Facebook group dedicated to killing me, which had many members of the Muslim community.) I reported these threats to the FBI, whose agents visited Ms. Elzein and had a “little talk” with her.

At that time, a weird, unhinged creature named Emily Zanotti–then a law student at Ave Maria Law School (the Mo-Tech of law schools–you need only a pulse to get in)–began stalking me. Zanotti, desperate for attention, began reading this site, e-mailing me, lying about me to Ave Maria law school students, and blogging in support of Lola Elzein’s anti-Semitic, Holocaust-denying death, rape, and torture threats. Ms. Zanotti, who can’t seem to keep a job, also wrote that I’m a “special needs kid in need of a helmet” because I reported the jihadist death, rape, and torture threats to the FBI. Yes, that’s really “retarded”–reporting Muslim death threats to the FBI. Ms. Zanotti–incredibly now a member of the Michigan Bar–has repeatedly stalked me over the years, including trying to jeopardize my law license by filing a 100-page rambling, crazy, and false complaint against me with the Michigan Attorney Grievance Commission (which was laughed away and quickly dismissed). The woman is insane, sick in the head. (And the frauds at the American Spectator made this Jew-hating nut a columnist.)

Well, guess who came to Zanotti’s defense and thinks praising Muslim death, rape, and torture threats on my life and my grandmother’s is cool? Erick Erickson. He sent out tweets and made posts in Zanotti’s defense and attacked me. Yes, I’m a jerk and a creep for being the victim of a Hezbollah Muslim’s death, rape, and torture threats and being upset when I’m stalked by a nut who praises those threats, calling me “retarded” for reporting them to authorities. That’s Erick Erickson’s view, and he owes me an apology far more than Donald Trump owes an apology to Megyn Kelly or women in general. Erickson’s praise and defense of Muslim Holocaust-denial and death, rape, and torture threats is vastly more egregious than Donald Trump making a comment about Megyn Kelly’s prissy attitude, compounded with Erickson’s crazy belief that women have their periods out of their eyes. Um, have you ever seen any chicks donning eye tampons? Me, neither.

Then, Erickson attacked me again, when I exposed Sean Hannity’s Freedom Concert scam–where he took hundreds of thousands of dollars his fans gave, in the name of wounded troops and kids of the fallen, and spent them on private jets, fancy cars, and hotel suites for himself and his entourage. Erickson, at the time a nobody CNN contributor, was desperate to become a nobody FOX News contributor and get in Hannity’s good graces. So, he defended this robbery of money meant for wounded troops and fatherless children of the fallen, and he attacked me.

And now Erickson is on FOX News, where he’s never said or done a memorable thing and you can only remember that he has more chins than a Chinese phone book. And that’s the real reason, other than attention-whoring and seeking press coverage, that he kicked Trump out. He was probably told by Roger Ailes and Megyn Kelly that he has to kick Trump out, or his five-to-six-figure FOX News paycheck and screen time would go bye-bye.

For those who’ve been around the “conservative” block, Erick Erickson is known as stale, humorless, and a complete phony who poses as a conservative and a religious Christian, though he’s anything but either of these. Erickson is a slovenly, physically unattractive, uninsightful, bland blob of blah with an effeminate, high-pitched voice which utters obvious fertilizer constantly. But he thinks he’s something else, as most unappealing narcissists usually do. He’s part of that fraternity of money-making, self-appointed rulers of the conservative movement who hates it when women, such as myself, won’t subject ourselves to his rule and be under his control. He hates it when we get more attention that he does. And he’s let me know it repeatedly over the years. He can’t stand that he’s toiled for years on his waste-of-time, watching-paint-dry Red State website that has never broken a story and has never been the source of a single ounce of excitement or interest. He was a CNN contributor for years and somehow whored his way into FOX News. And, yet, still, he can’t get noticed. He’s like a stale, molding meatball at the bottom of the garbage can or an ant pissing on the sidewalk. Nobody notices. And nobody cares. And he can’t stand it.

So, Erickson has tried in a number of ways to get attention–all of those ways have failed until he rode Trump’s back and his coattails, this weekend. And that’s ephemeral. It will quickly dissipate, along with all of the conservative readers and nerdy fans he lost.

You might tell me that Erickson is somebody because he’s weaseled his way into subbing for Rush Limbaugh. But Rush is famous for his paranoiac view that he can never pick any subs who are any good, lest they become his competition. So, he generally picks the most lackluster, mediocre hosts he can find (though there have been one or two exceptions, like Roger Hedgecock). That’s why Erick Erickson and his high-pitched, effeminate, phony conservatism are on Rush’s airwaves. And it’s why I’ve never been given a shot. And I predict that, today on his show, Rush Limbaugh will punt on this because he’s developed a strange mancrush on Erickson (plus he won’t criticize FOX News). Men with cats. You know what I say about ’em.

Then, there are Megyn Kelly’s selective “tough” personal questions. She was “tough” on Trump and only a few others, but gave softballs to those moderates that FOX News and Roger Ailes want to promote. While she asked Trump about things he said about women, she didn’t bother to ask Chris Christie about his appointment of a HAMAS attorney to a judgeship or how he–Christie–blocked Homeland Security’s attempted deportation of that HAMAS attorney’s admitted HAMAS terrorist client, Mohammed Qatanani. Also missing from her questioning was why Chris Christie said nothing when the Palestinian flag was raised over Paterson, New Jersey, and bragged of an endorsement by one of the flag-raisers. And why he’s tried to appoint other extremist Muslims to judgeships. Um, isn’t that a more important inquiry than what Donald Trump said in social media or on entertainment shows? Yes, it is, but it’s no secret that FOX News chief Roger Ailes wants Christie to be President. Ailes twice had Christie to his home, urging him to run in 2008 and 2012.

And why didn’t anyone at FOX News ask Carly Fiorina–who now poses as a warrior against Iran–why she deliberately set up a foreign subsidiary of HP to trade with and sell printers and ink to Iran and get around the U.S. embargo on trade with the country? Why didn’t they ask Fiorina about her long-term palling around with and non-stop praise of racist, Jew-hating Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton? (See also here.) Isn’t that far worse than Donald Trump calling Rosie O’Donnell a snob or talking derisively to a Playboy playmate and Baywatch actress on “The Apprentice”? Instead of asking tough questions, the liberal woman (Fiorina) got softballs because FOX News wants her to be on the GOP ticket to engage in cat-fights with Hillary. There’s an agenda by the mainstream media–and, make no mistake, FOX News is part of that mainstream media–to push liberal, phony Fiorina to the top.

And while we’re talking about liberal women, we need to talk about Megyn Kelly. Yes, she’s a liberal and always has been. The lumpenconservatariat fools who digest everything they are served at FOX News think she’s one of them, and they are wrong. As I’ve noted on this site, she’s not a journalist. Like Erick Erickson, she’s a failed former lawyer who wanted to be famous as her ambition in life. She’s already said in press interviews that she wants to be the next Barbara Walters or Diane Sawyer because we apparently need more Caitlyn Jenner two-hour specials and more people answering, “If you were a twee, what twee would you be?” She nearly left FOX News for ABC, but she wanted to be the star and ABC couldn’t guarantee that, but Roger Ailes did. And in true keeping with her fame-whorism, Kelly wanted herself and her hair extensions to be the stars of Thursday’s GOP debate, NOT the candidates themselves. Everything’s all about her and her narcissism. Me, me, me, me. And yes, from the shoulders down, that isn’t her real hair. Those are hair extensions some women in India sacrificed to Krishna and Vishnu. Just sayin’.

If you think she’s conservative, ask her what she’s conservative on (she’s announced she isn’t conservative on any social issues) and why she dumped her first husband and bragged about it on FOX News. The answer: she dumped him so she could marry a Mr. Mom wimp in the form of a novelist I never heard of, named Douglas Brunt–the last name being so appropriate in spades. Megyn Kelly is the man in that family, and at night, she’s on top. Bet on it. She doesn’t particularly like men, and Trump got more than a taste of that.

She’s not a journalist, and it shows. Kelly never checks her facts, which is why she got easily duped into promoting a fake “human shield”–Hezbollah tramp Hanan Kahwaji a/k/a “Brigitte Gabriel”–on her news show. And why she got caught in a laughable flop during her much hyped interview of Bill Ayers. She said she learned about Muslim honor killings, which she didn’t know about, by reading Michelle Fraudkin’s website. Wow, what an ignoramus! She’s not a reporter, not a journalist, and not informed. She’s a celebrity, which is what she always wanted–a supermodel. She’s on FOX News for one reason and one reason only: she looks good. And it’s show biz.

The pretentious names of her children–Yardley, Yates, and Thatcher–are the surest sign of being a low-class attention-seeker. You can always tell the pretenders and the wannabes by the fancy names they give their kids–names destined to be stripper names in less than a decade. Notice me, notice me, notice my kids and their fancy names! Aren’t we exotic!

And that, dear readers, is Megyn Kelly and Erick Erickson–and FOX News–in a nutshell. Nothing worth watching or caring about.

Trump is the only excitement in the GOP right now, and Kelly and Erickson can’t stand it. So, they are gonna trash him to promote themselves like the cheap suits that they are.

I like Ted Cruz the best of the available candidates. But–and I can’t believe I’m saying this–if Trump is still on the ballot by the time Michigan votes, I might actually vote for him.

Just to stick a needle in the eye of the congenital GOP.

*** UPDATE: I forgot to mention that Megyn Kelly said she respects Hillary Clinton “and all that she’s achieved.” Um, what has she achieved exactly? And Kelly said that if she lands an interview with Hillary, she will feed her softball questions. “I think Hillary Clinton could handle me — easily. . . . If you want to get big-name Democrats who are running for president, do you want to annihilate them? Of course not.” Yes, she did say that. Read it here. Oh, and she says that if she interviewed Hillary Clinton, “that would be epic television.” Wow, someone’s an egomaniac.

*** UPDATE #2: Looking at Erick Erickson’s pic, above, he reminds me of an annoying lesbian gym teacher from middle school.

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56 Responses

Donald Trump is not some wonderful human being, but he deserved better treatment than he received on that Fox News debate. Megyn Kelly is an ex-attorney who always wanted to be a supermodel, but had to settle for a news anchor’s chair.

Worry on August 10, 2015 at 1:34 pm

Spot on, Debbie. Did you see where Erick was whining over at his blog about the backlash he got over disinviting Trump? His e-mail inbox was filled with hate mail and someone gave out his room number at the hotel where the conference was being held and he kept receiving crank calls until he finally had to unplug the phone. Redstate suffered a denial of service attack. He said his family had to leave the event early because they were frightened by all of the trash talking of him they were encountering, and he skipped the final event to avoid the negativity. He blamed Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren for amping up the animosity towards him. Erick had it out for bloggers like yourself and me who were asking honest questions about who Obama really was during the 2008 presidential race. Trump is right. He’s a big loser.

Gary Welsh on August 10, 2015 at 1:37 pm

I’m not a Trump fan either.

I like Ted Cruz but Trump has caught fire because he upsets the GOP establishment.

He has a habit of saying what he thinks and its refreshing in an age when politicians tend to try to cater to the lowest common denominator.

Trump is still long odds for the GOP nomination but he’s shaken up a stale field that seemed positively boring.

Conservatives are looking for the anti-Obama.

NormanF on August 10, 2015 at 2:00 pm

What is so amazing is that someone like Jeb Bush, despite being a dud, keeps getting propped up by the media.

Worry on August 10, 2015 at 2:20 pm

Thank goodness! A fantastic column that is the soundtrack in my mind. Amen! Hallelujah!

I’m so glad you put up that underwears pic of Miss Megyn…I always think of it when I think of her because a self-respecting smart chick would NEVER pose in her underwears if she wanted to be known for her mind and wanted to be a professional journalist. She did what the Kardashians did.

Plus, she went on Howard Stern & chatted about penises. DS has been on Howard heaps of time and has dignity so she doesn’t have to talk about such stupid & base sh**. And Miss Megyn is believing her own hype. I’m more offended by her silly arrogance than questions she throws @ political charlatans! I have NEVER been impressed by Megynocolgist Kelly. Puh-leeze! Put Camille Paglia on the tube if you’re into smart chicks. (I know CP is a Libtard…she’s still 50% wrong but some things she gets, she’s a fantastic writer and she has the balls to say many things most won’t. I used to love CP when I was a feminist. I don’t hate her yet because even though she is a Libtard (mental illness) she still says many anti-Libtard stuff. Can’t say that about any other “feminist” I was foolish enough to like when I was (regretfully) a feminist. We know why other than being a Libtard why CP wouldn’t be on FraudNews anyway…she ain’t the glossy lipstick & leggy type but then again she wouldn’t wanna be).

I loved this column. Megyn makes me sick. I don’t think she is smart (I’d be a tic jealous of that if she actually was…) and her own 1st hubby (a Doctor) said she divorced him ‘cuz she wanted a WIFE! She got that in ‘lil Dougie.

LOLOL @ her kids names. Oh brother Megyn, get over your sad self! STAT!

Skunky on August 10, 2015 at 2:44 pm

Oh, & BTW, I was appreciate of the backstory on EE, EZ & all that mess. I never knew but wanted to…

Skunky on August 10, 2015 at 2:53 pm

Well said Debbie. I too am sick of Fox News’ lips and legs crowd of so-called female journalists who discovered being a lawyer wasn’t like “LA Law.” Trump has tapped into a huge segment of disillusioned American voters that has left the rest of the republican field scratching their collective heads.

J Festa on August 10, 2015 at 3:13 pm

Real news people died out a long time ago. Kelly is just the latest iteration of the model turned newsreader. They are ll over local as well as national TV “news.” I stopped watching local and network news about 30 years ago. After of week of Chuck and Sue, or was it Suck and Chew (?), on WNBC TV4, NYC, talking about women’s shows and underwear, I found better sources of real news.

JeffT on August 10, 2015 at 3:20 pm

I think Karl Rove and those like him “gave birth” to Donald Trump when they went after and defeated real conservatives.

No matter how the election turns out (Trump wins, Rump causes Hilary to win, etc) Trump may wind up causing Rove and his ilk to pay a huge price.

I_AM_ME on August 10, 2015 at 3:36 pm

The stats calculated that the moderators had 31.7% of the facetime at the debate. Shows you who Fox thought was more important: 3 moderators or 10 candidates.

Dennis Skea on August 10, 2015 at 3:42 pm

Hi. I am staying with Dr. Carson. I found Mr. Trump’s ‘conversion story’ from pro-death to pro-life to be mendacious.

RD: I don’t believe his story either. But I also don’t like Ben Carson’s love affair with Al Sharpton, his stated moral equivalency on Israel, and his many flip-flops (on gun bans, etc.). DS

Rick Davies on August 10, 2015 at 4:10 pm

    I know that the OT isn’t about the anti-choice vs. pro-choice conversation (and thankfully DS doesn’t talk about it, because it’s too polarizing and emotional, etc.), but I wouldn’t necessarily refer to those who call themselves pro-life, but I’ll call them “anti-choice”.

    I happen to be a combination of both pro-life and pro-choice, where I essentially support a woman’s traditional-custom to choose on what she wants to do when it stems to her reproductive decisions, and that it’s not up to her male-guardian, the government or anyone else. Pro-life, for instance, if parents or adults wants to adopt children who no longer have a family to take care of their welfare, I think that that person has the obligation to adopt that child (or children) for his or her welfare and to take care for parental social-bonding care (and Northern Illinois University professor and philosopher “Larry Arnhart” wrote both in his books “Darwinian Natural Right” and “Darwinian Conservatism” about parental-care for kids, if they’re adopted or with their biological parents, and so forth)!

    Sean R. on August 10, 2015 at 4:20 pm

Well Debbie, I do remember all of those things that you’ve said over the years since I began reading and following you roughly around 6 years ago. And I believe this is one of the intrinsic reason why you’re never seen on any of the cable news-television sources due to you not only speaking your own mind, but also thinking critically as well.

I remember Erick Erickson’s tactical attacks on you of him condoning Lola Elzein and Emily Zanotti’s repugnant irrational hatemongering attacks on you due to your allege faith of being Jewish. This also proves to me that Mr. Erickson, Megyn Kelly, Fox News and the rest of the right-wing establishment aren’t engaging and professing traditional conservatism (which is dead and a non-sequitur in this nation and other western nations, just as there’s no traditional liberalism either of the left wing hijacking perverting liberalism), but are spouting out statism and Republican party rubbish of being propagandists.

Sean R. on August 10, 2015 at 4:13 pm

this just gave trump a bump

pancakerachelcorrie on August 10, 2015 at 6:18 pm

“Rush is famous for his paranoiac view that he can never pick any subs who are any good, lest they become his competition. So, he generally picks the most lackluster, mediocre hosts he can find…DS”

Totally agreed…Most of his guest hosts are just OK for the day. Nothing you would look forward to tuning in again.

theShadow on August 10, 2015 at 11:38 pm

    Mark Stein and Walter E. Williams are two Rush subs that I could listen to anytime, anyday…

    GMA: Mark Steyn is a shameless plagiarist who stole many lines from my columns–word for word–for “his” book, “America Alone.” He also ripped off my work, word for word, passing it off as my own, on several other occasions, including an appearance on “Hannity” about an imam to whose mosque and rallies I went undercover, risking my life, and I exclusively wrote about in the NYPost. He just stole my work pretending it was his own research. He’s a total piece of crap (and an egomaniacal narcissist to boot, if you’ve ever had any dealings with him). And he admitted to that theft from me, but acted as if it’s okay and I’m the bad guy for questioning his robbery. Mark Steyn is not funny, either . . . on top of his thievery. Steyn is an IQ test for true intelligence. Anyone who thinks he’s smart, isn’t and is just gullible. Please don’t join the lumpenconservatariat and Conservative Inc.ers by falling for the English accent and dumb “jokes” as a sign of intelligence. DS

    George M. Allman on August 11, 2015 at 4:33 pm

Great article, thanks for clarifying the bs that Fox and others put out. Since I am in the later stages of life, my children are not American citizens and I think that the USA Republic ceased to exist some years ago and we are probably in the last years of the pretend USA we have now I really don’t think it really matters who gets the nomination in the long course of the USA decay.

However, as entertainment, I am completely enjoying Trump’s romp through this period, mainly at the expense of the Washington based so-called Republican leaders and the many MSM hacks get their panties all twisted in knots as Trump says loudly what he thinks. He is at least pushing the rest of them to at least, timidly of course, speak a little about the real problems facing all of us.

ra2216 on August 10, 2015 at 11:51 pm

    America ain’t over yet, ra2216. There’s a group of about twenty million, and probably many more, who just don’t realize it yet, called the Tea Party, that are now awake and ‘on’ to the scam that’s being run by the D.C.-Permanent-Political-Class of robber-barons. We are in open political warfare with the aforementioned ruling class, and are trying to take control of the GOPe, and change it back to the GOP. Stay tuned; no guarantees though.

    waynesteapartyworld on August 15, 2015 at 5:20 pm

It appears that FNC backed down a bit:–fox/31448439/

Worry on August 11, 2015 at 2:30 am

One also has to wonder if Mr. Erickson thinks women have nose periods, given Trump’s ex-post-facto follow-up comments about blood coming out of Ms. Kelly’s nose. And speaking of Ms. Kelly – did FOX think the most recent addition to their roster, Elisabeth Hasselbeck, was too lightweight to be a moderator?

ConcernedPatriot on August 11, 2015 at 8:02 am

Thanks to DS for the interesting insights on this, and many other events, that I don’t find anywhere else. Hope she is recovering fast from the horrific auto accident.

waynesteapartyworld on August 11, 2015 at 8:12 am

My first reaction when I read the title of the post was…..WHO? I mean, after reading the full post I see you’ve written about him before, but even with that coverage this dude who looks like he’s carved from raw cookie dough was an unknown to me. This whole Trump/Erickson/Kelly BS is nothing more than reality TV bitch-fighting. It does nothing except distract from the real issues.

Sean M on August 11, 2015 at 8:29 am

They band the only black candidate and the only other candidate to appeal to black voters.What ever happened to don’t play Sun City*.The other candidates should be called on going along with the boycott and partaking in an event where the only black appealing candidates were banned.

Like the athletes who play in Qatar were Jewish athletes no matter what nationality are banned.The should be ashamed of themselves.Some of them even condone it by claiming that Trump wink,wink said blood which=PMS and makes that ok and Ben Carson who?

*Sun city was not segregated.It was the country but the culture still penalized them for being in a segregated city

Julian on August 11, 2015 at 9:02 am

I am starting to dislike Fox more and more. Megyn Kelley is a pretty package so she get a prime time spot. After all her preparation how about asking Trump an important issue oriented question.

I can not even watch Fox in the morning because of Elisabeth Hasselbeck. Another non journalist who played survivor into a morning anchor show. Think of all the talented women who should have had that slot.

Throw in the kardashians and you can see how America is swimming in a cesspool. Old time reporters would be rolling in their graves if they saw what passes for news and Journalism today.

Glen Benjamin on August 11, 2015 at 9:13 am

The way that Erik Erickson and some others have talked about Ben Carson .It sounds very condescending. The only candidate they dismissed as a real candidate. Verbally patting him on the head and telling him he can’t compete because he’s not real in there eye’s like the others. And All the other candidates go along with it.They say nothing but most of them can’t wait to condem Trump for saying blood in a sentence.

FYI I wouldn’t vote for Ben Carson.He has some views and associations that I find troubling .But so do at least half the others.He should be able to compete just like the white candidates

Julian on August 11, 2015 at 9:26 am

Salem is supposedly a Christian company but fund an event that mocks and shuns only the black appealing candidates.

Julian on August 11, 2015 at 9:34 am

Also an event that out right Lies about what trump said.Claiming he said Megan kelley was on the rag.That was a bold face lie and they sponserd it. Very christian.Not that saying it should have been a big deal.

Julian on August 11, 2015 at 9:46 am

Great article and not because it is my same opinion from beginning to end. As for FNC, since the elder Murdock passed, and Jr. took over, the channel has become increasingly liberal. I’ve noticed the difference in many hosts who have asked less “tough” questions of guests, promote and give time to people like Rove, Luntz, etc., promoting Jeb. Ex: A once conservative host, the day after the event spent 20 min of his hour show “interviewing” Jeb, letting him explain. Then another 15 min interviewing Pat Buchanan about Jeb Bush? ALL positive. Really??

I have heard(?)that FNC is facing a huge lawsuit by the Feds, and Jr. Murdock was warned to “tone down” the conservative rhetoric or face the full wrath of the gubmint. Meaning long, drawn out, expensive, and hand picked judges.

Debbie–keep up the good work!

unholyone on August 11, 2015 at 9:57 am

My son linked me to this story. (I raised my kids right…) I had no idea about Megan Kelly and “Eric Squared” until now. That’s why I love your work! Thanks Debbie!

PDMac60 on August 11, 2015 at 10:17 am

Megyn Kelly is indeed, NOT a journalist. She’s also not that good looking. Take a gander at that picture. She’s a bone, with a hollow cheeked face. I’ve looked at dozens of pictures of her from all different angles.

I know beauty’s in the eye of the beholder, but she’s got no ass. Even if she did, she’d have to go on the Haagen Dazs for a couple months to show up at my doorstep. Anyone who thinks this woman is a journalist needs to get their head out of her . . .


Didn’t know who this Erickson dude was until he banned Trump from his little frat party. I’ll maintain my ignorance about him, since he’s obviously not worth knowing about. Say what you will about Trump, he’s doing some great counter punching, which hasn’t been seen in the GOP since Reagan. Cruz does good counter punching too, but he doesn’t get enough air time for anyone to notice.

Trump also causes discussions about things which would otherwise get swept under the rug. Despite his lukewarm candidacy in ’08, he at least stirred some curiosity about the phony birth certificate. Even dead people know The Golfer-In-Chief’s birth certificate isn’t real. And the Bible itself says “the dead know nothing.” Guess that part’s wrong, LOL!!!

Stopped watching FOX-News years ago, but still use their web site, although by no means as a mainstay. It’s good for headlining stories no one else mentions, plus its medical, nutrition and science columns. Unfortunately, even those parts can get lost in the sites obvious pandering to the celebutard mentality.

Debbie, I’m going to let another comment by you about men with cats pass this time. Perhaps in your life and observations, the stereotype has played out. Although I haven’t had any cats for years, I had many over a period of decades. I assure you, I can dispel some of those notions, and introduce you to other men with cats who could do so to an even greater extent than I.

Last, but certainly not least, Debbie got it TOTALLY CORRECT when she said FOX-News is indeed part of the mainstream media.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on August 11, 2015 at 11:19 am

She made one great point that stands out, Conservative groups have helped hide terrorist actions in the name of Islam here in the United States

M&M on August 11, 2015 at 12:47 pm

I still love you Debbie, even if you think I look like a lesbian gym teacher.

You remind me a lot of my dear old GramGram.

She’s not amongst us anymore though, G-d bless her.

Erick Erickson on August 11, 2015 at 1:44 pm

Debbie, you are to be congratulated in that you haven’t lost Erick Erickson as a reader. Is he a paid subscriber?

Jerry G on August 11, 2015 at 3:02 pm

Thank you for this post! I’m not at all a fan of Trump, but I’m more than tired of seeing the “conservative” media bubble try to force a choice between supporting Trump or standing with Megyn Kelly. An arrogant, phony, ego-driven con-artist with fake hair vs…. well, Donald Trump. She dumped her first husband and never took her second husband’s name – a certain Clinton voter pushing Bush and Kasich out of love of money and fame. Nope. I support neither.

If I’m backing any of the candidates I guess it would be Scott Walker. I doubt he’s perfect, but at least he’s bothered to fight in the past trying to push through some minor reforms in his state. Unfortunately latest polling shows he’s fading because the low attention span electorate have been convinced Fiorina is the fighter in the race… yeah great fight losing to Barbara Boxer by 10 points.

Brian R. on August 11, 2015 at 3:31 pm

    Walker is BFF with Jihad Grover Norquist. I’m not really interested in further Muslim Brotherhood infiltration and penetration. Also, Walker is another open borders fan, so we’d probably see waves more Islamic types parachuting in behind enemy lines with Walker as president.

    adam on August 11, 2015 at 4:26 pm

      Posts like this let me know that Debbie’s back.

      >>Walker is BFF with Jihad Grover Norquist.<<

      During the debate, Scott Walker used the Lenin phrase, “probe with bayonets." I looked it up and put the etymology on my website ( A big fan of the Lenin phrase is Grover Norquist.

      It would appear that Walker's debate prep is straight from Norquist. I don't dislike Scott Walker on a Jeb/Hillary scale, but yes, his connections are troublesome.

      Barry Popik on August 11, 2015 at 9:02 pm

Concur re Kelly 100 percent.

CG on August 11, 2015 at 6:15 pm

I wanted to comment on DS’ very clever mentioning of Megyn’s hair extensions…I don’t have cable so I never noticed it but I heard her mention it Friday on Mike Church (Sirius XM) and I see the small photo above of her RE: another column DS did on her…and she’s right…Megyn the underwears model DID slap some on her short hair. Her brain ain’t keeping the men watching her dopey show. Gloss up your lips w/glossy lippy Megyn…that keeps the horndogs coming back for a perv on you

Men are men & we know in 2015 why they love FraudNews. I’m not knocking it (I would have when I was a feminist thou’…) but men are very easy to manipulate even in 2015. Too bad many women out there don’t know how to treat them right so USA is lacking manly men & women who are not even feminists treat their men like they are! The testosterone has been transplanted!

I do worry Trump is a stalking horse for Cankles Clinton but other than that I am enjoying him treating the GOP like Rodney Dangerfield did Ted Knight (& his minions) in “CaddyShack”. I didn’t make that comparison (although I wish I did!!) a Philly talk show host did & it made me LOL! I have never even seen “Caddyshack”…I have no idea why…I loved RD & Chevy Chase back in the day…but I somehow get the comparison! Anyways, that was a very clever comparison! And that’s who Trump is like! 😀

Skunky on August 11, 2015 at 9:03 pm

Aside from the question on Trumps treatment of women, Kelly asked him since when was he a Republican. As you point out, she could have asked Fiorina about her dealings w/ Iran, or Christie about his Hamas connection.

My favorite candidate for this election was Scott Walker, until he mentioned that the Arabs told him that they want the US to play a bigger role in the region. If he’s one more guy who’s sold out to the Sheikhs, I want no part of him. Other than that, my choices are Cruz and Jindal. Although Jindal missed his opportunity 4 years ago, and now, looks like merely competing w/ Huckabee for the Christian vote.

But I do laud Cruz for stating that he introduced the Expatriate Terrorism Act, which would revoke the citizenship of Americans who went to Syria to join ISIS. THAT is the solution to the issue of people being influenced online to join ISIS. Oh, and also his statement that anyone who joins ISIS would have signed his own death warrant. While he’s at it, he should toss Hamas, Hizbullah, Islamic Jihad, Fatah, Taleban and other Islamic groups into the mix

Infidel on August 11, 2015 at 10:49 pm

This is a wee bit off topic, but since the candidates and upcoming presidential election of 2016 has come up here, I figured I’d chime in regarding same.

I put up a post at 12:19 a.m. on July 17th, which did not go through. This was on the article about the Chattanooga shooter. I immediately e-mailed Debbie, but it was not put up until earlier today. This was due to her horrible accident and subsequent extended absence. It’s now the 19th comment on that thread.

The subject of my post was that elections don’t mean anything anymore, and haven’t for a long time. No one here, especially of the regulars, needs any lessons from me in history, critical thinking, or observation of the American political arena.

But the bottom line besides the subject being that elections don’t mean anything anymore, and never will, is that the next stop on America’s train is The Great Tribulation.

It would be nice to think it won’t happen, but it will, and it starts with America going out in Round I of WWIII. It’s sad, frightening, and worse than horrible to even think of. But it’s coming, SOON, and that’s a fact.

Back to topic. It would seem that the general tone of Debbie’s article brings up the old adage. If it looks like a schmuck, walks like a schmuck, and quacks like a schmuck, it’s . . .


Although I’ve read what Debbie has had to say about Mark Steyn before, the bad taste in my mouth is getting worse. I don’t listen to any of Rush’s subs, although I’ve enjoyed Walter Williams, and REALLY enjoyed Rodger Hedgecock, both in the past. My schedule does not always accommodate listening to Rush, even when he’s on.

But the bad taste in my mouth is mostly for Rush, because of the old guilt by association adage. I really abhor what Mark Steyn did to Debbie, and how she has been “kicked out of the club” for no reason other than standing up for unvarnished truth and honor.

It’s obvious that the incestuous nature of what Debbie refers to as the Lumpenconservatariat, deflects from really trying to save the country. When honor has been lost through and through, it is not possible to find a way back. America is a rudderless ship.

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, because it’s worth repeating.

Smoke rising from the land, tens of millions dead, tens of millions more dying, no running water, no electricity, and people stabbing each other at the corner store to get the last candy bar. Coming to a neighborhood near you, SOON. Right here in America.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on August 11, 2015 at 11:35 pm

I rather doubt that Pro-Outsourcing Demonstrators waving Mexican flags is going to make much of an impression:

Worry on August 12, 2015 at 12:49 am

Another thing, if one notices – Fiorinna has redone her hair and has made a conscious attempt to look more feminine ever since she became a candidate. And voters are so enamored by her looks that they don’t wanna ask her any tough questions.

One thing I don’t get though – why is Fiorinna any more qualified than Trump? Yeah, Trump went through bankrupcy, but also came out of it. Fiorinna didn’t get to go that far – HP’s board fired her, and IIRC, their stock went up 10 points that day. I also recall Fiorinna making a reference to the ‘golden age of Islamic civilization’ in some speech somewhere – a speech that was dissected in a rebuttal by an Assyrian who took issue w/ it. And was she so pro-life when she was battling Barbara Boxer?

The only reason I preferred Walker is that governors tend to be more successful presidents than senators. But I do need the confidence that Walker recognizes Muzzies for what they are – like Tancredo did and Cruz does. Otherwise, unions are NOT our #1 enemy, and so he’s not worth supporting just b’cos of that.

I would like to see Jindal in the main debate in the next round – hope his numbers go up at the expense of Bush or Paul

Infidel on August 12, 2015 at 6:31 am

Ronald Reagan’s attacks on the lawlessness of Watts and Berkeley played an important role in his successful campaign for Governor of California in 1966.

Even Trump’s emasculated theme against illegals has gotten him into first place in the polls.

Now let’s see if any of the candidates take the second step: making an issue out of the lawlessness in places like Ferguson and Baltimore, and the inability of politicians on all levels to do anything about it.

Little Al on August 12, 2015 at 8:03 am

I can’t stand that puke of a Megyn Kelly. She’s a horse-faced shrew and a total wanna-be. Nothing more than bleached out white trash with hair extensions.

Conservative on August 12, 2015 at 9:14 am

How could Kelly be on the right? She went to ZooCuse. I graduated from Siberacuse a few years earlier – Lib school, on the level with the Ithaca school starting with a C. She also majored in an uber-lib curriculum – poli sci.

Rg on August 12, 2015 at 9:31 am

Eric Erickson is Cam from Modern Family!

TJ Jackson on August 12, 2015 at 5:43 pm

Great article! I love the part about his wife’s eyes. I tried to engage Erickson in an intelligent discussion about the issue by respondinng to one of his high brow tweets about what he was eating for dinner. He immediately blocked me. There is a photo of the interaction at the site below.

Johnny Blastoff on August 12, 2015 at 7:45 pm


Been reading your columns for about two years now, and am amazed at the information I read (and find only here). I checked some of the more unbelievable comments early on, just to see the accuracy.

Keep up the fine work.

Jim on August 13, 2015 at 1:46 pm

Erick Erickson is a loathsome, fat, pudgy, pud-swallower.

DS_ROCKS! on August 13, 2015 at 11:35 pm


Why did you lie about Trump’s comments and how they’ve been characterized? It wasn’t the blood coming from the eyes comment that made people think this, it was his follow up about blood coming from her “whatever”. The fact that you are twisting reality makes me doubt your motives and/or your intelligence.

Also, how is Kelly questioning Trump about his past statements considered her “being hard on him”?! She asked about some repulsive comments he’s made publicly in the past … that’s not fair game?

Tim on August 14, 2015 at 3:00 pm

    Tim, since when does Tim “wherever” or “whatever” mean vagina? Why are people putting words in his mouth? Are you that weak that you listen to victims who are “outraged”….. How about this Tim you got blood coming out your vagina!! That’s right I said it VAGINA!! Caitlyn Jenner has more balls than you. Is that what you wanted to hear you wimp limp wristed RINO…. Get outraged you mangina

    the chosen one on August 15, 2015 at 12:44 am

And to follow up on what ‘the chosen one’ said.

First of all, the debate is not about the moderators and their celebrity status. A moderator was originally there to be a timekeeper, no more than that. This celebrity “journalist” moderator schtick started in 1960 with Kennedy-Nixon.

If Megyn Kelly, who was duped by never quite retired porn star Ginger Lyn several years ago, wanted to be a REAL journalist, and thoughtful moderator, she could have asked Trump some real questions. For example:

(i) What if anything, would you do about ISIS?
(ii) How do you feel about fracking?
(iii) How do you feel about the drastic downsizing, by the current administration, of the U.S. military?
(iv) Would you build the Keystone Pipeline?
(v) What is your answer to the morass that is our immigration situation?
(vi) Would you reverse the nationalization of our police forces that began with Ferguson and Baltimore?
(vii) How do you feel about the current administration’s plan to nationalize the suburbs?
(viii) How would you handle the Obamacare debacle?
(ix) How would handle Vladimir Putin’s obvious Soviet style attempts to extend Russian influence back in to old Balkan territories and South America?

First of all, Tim, and ANYONE ELSE who thinks that this “show” constituted a real debate, if I, THE RESIDENT DUMB BLOND(E), can think of the above NINE PERTINENT questions, it shows how lacking our journalistic structure is. It also shows how the debate format needs a complete revamping. Something on the order of the Lincoln-Douglas debates might suffice.

Take a look at the bottom of your shoes, Tim. I am less than whatever you see on there right now, an insignificant piece of less than nothing in this universe. I sit trembling at what’s going on in the world, and trembling, but waiting eagerly for the return of The Lord, to straighten this mess out.

If I, who STILL doesn’t know if it’s chicken or fish, the biggest waste of a 140 IQ to ever walk the earth, can think of the above nine questions, off the bat, without even TRYING, . . .

then Megyn Kelly should be kicked off the stage, and perhaps out of the “journalistic” community.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on August 15, 2015 at 12:55 pm

Debbie, my lesbian high school gym teacher was WAY manlier than Eric Erickson.

tiarosa on August 16, 2015 at 12:54 pm

Works for me. I knew he was bland, by listening to his giggles when he subbed for Rush. Cruz and Trump, in one order or the other, would be a dream ticket for me. Maybe Trump for Pres and Cruz for VP. They’d rip such a road of success we could get Cruz for 8 more years after that. And imagine the level of talent amongst the cabinet heads and the cleaning house in the bureaucracy. Wow.

Tom Johnson on August 19, 2015 at 4:40 am

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