August 2, 2016, - 4:17 pm

Kirsten Powers Harassed By Roger Ailes? She Seems to Say So; My Own Ailes “Experience”

By Debbie Schlussel

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Was Kirsten Powers one of the FOX News employees who reported she was harassed by Roger Ailes? It sure looks like it–like she was one of those who quietly told investigators she was one of Ailes’, um, “targets.” I had my own “experience” with Ailes I’ll tell you about later in this post.







For years, I heard about the sexually-charged atmosphere at FOX News, the network that pretends to stand for family values and suckers its many Christian conservative viewers. There is a host still on the network, whose syndicated radio show producer allegedly quit because he repeatedly propositioned her (and I believe that happened, as I know both the host and the producer in question). (I had my own experiences with this host in which I felt he was harassing me, too, and it wasn’t subtle.) And I wasn’t surprised by the claims of Gretchen Carlson and others who reportedly “narced” on Ailes to the law firm hired by FOX News to investigate him. My own experience with Ailes made me wonder, and now I think I know what was going on.

While many FOX News female personalities came out in support of Roger Ailes, most of them were not in his apparent “target demo”: attractive blonde females. He clearly has a type. Among those in that “type” AND among those who very noticeably did NOT come forward to defend Ailes is Kirsten Powers, a chick who would be a nobody and a nothing were it not for Ailes. He plucked her from Clintonista anonymity and made her famous. She gets by, by pretending to be a “moderate liberal”–whatever that is (like White Hispanic?)–while actually being very liberal and never having had an insight or bright observation in her life. (She said, for example, that illegal aliens are “loyal, law-abiding citizens.”) But she is attractive and blonde, and FOX New is strictly showbiz, so that’s why she’s there.

In addition to not defending Ailes, Powers has a column in today’s USA Today purportedly meant to attack Donald Trump, but clearly written to make a not-so-veiled revelation. In it, she all but declares that she was harassed by Ailes. You only need to read between the lines. In the column–in which she basically declared that she believes all the accusations against Ailes–Powers also states:

It’s not a “theory” that sexual harassers are found in any work place. It’s a fact. I’ve been harassed or on the receiving end of sexist and inappropriate behavior almost every place I’ve ever worked.

Powers doesn’t exclude FOX News from that statement, when she could have. She did that for a reason. And she goes on to say:

Without passing judgment about the specific allegations, which are currently under investigation by 21st Century Fox, one should be able to accept that a woman could both have been promoted by a boss and harassed by him. Women are often forced to maintain good relations with men who abuse them precisely because those men have power. . . .

[M]ost women don’t have the financial resources. . . . They can’t afford to quit their job without another in hand, something that is impossible to do when you are under contract and forbidden to speak to competitors. Most importantly, why should a woman be expected to upend her career just because she ended up in the crosshairs of some harasser?

Sounds very clearly like Powers is speaking for herself and her circumstances at FOX News, which pays her in the six figures–I’m told in the mid-six figures.

Then, there’s the devastating quote she gave the New York Times on July 21st, just after FOX News announced Ailes was “leaving” the network. The quote, again, sure sounds like it is Powers speaking for herself:

On Thursday night, Kirsten Powers, a Fox contributor for 11 years, said: “While I understand loyalty, I was disappointed that so many senior members of Fox’s on-air team rushed to defend Roger in a way that seemed to prejudge an investigation into sexual harassment. I would hope that in 2016 people would know that just because you weren’t harassed, or didn’t witness harassment by a certain man, that doesn’t mean it didn’t happen.”

The bottom of the column makes sure to point out that Powers is a paid FOX News contributor (for now, at least). And the column also sounds like an insurance policy: if FOX News doesn’t renew her contract, she’s set the stage for her own sexual harassment and retaliation lawsuit. Maybe her lawyers told her to write it. Ya never know.

Full disclosure: the very weak Powers blocked me on Twitter after she attacked me unsolicited and unprovoked and, then, couldn’t handle my responses. Tip for Kirsten: if you can’t take the heat, stay outta (or maybe stay in) the kitchen. The topic of her attack and my response: my truth-telling on Lara Logan, Muslims, and historically anti-Semitic Copts in Egypt. Powers was mired in the false belief that the protests in Tahrir Square and Lara Logan’s gang-rape were the preamble to years of peace, prosperity, and democracy in Egypt and the rest of the Muslim Middle East. And we know how that all turned out. Yet again, I was right, and Powers was (and remains) delusional. Powers was briefly married to an Egyptian Arab Copt who dumped her, and she is hopelessly stuck on her 1,001 Arabian Nights sexual fantasies.

Sorry, Roger, you need a tan to make the attraction mutual with Kirsten. Just sayin’.

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Then, there’s my own experience with Roger Ailes. Back in 1999 and 2000, I made several appearances on FOX News and was repeatedly asked by FOX News producers if I could make regular appearances. When I said yes, they told me I’d have to move to New York or Washington (back in those days, FOX News was cheap and balked at paying for satellite time and studios for my appearances from Detroit). When I told them I’d do it if I were made a paid FOX News contributor, I got an inquiry from Roger Ailes’ then-assistant/glorified secretary Suzanne Scott. She told me that Roger wanted to meet with me about becoming a paid FOX News contributor on my next trip to New York and I should make an appointment.

When I called the following week to make that appointment, I was rudely told by the assistant, Ms. Scott, that Roger changed his mind and there would be no meeting, no paid contributor position. She wouldn’t give me a reason why and abruptly ended the call.

**** UPDATE: Ailes’ then-assistant/glorifed secretary, Suzanne Scott, is now THIRD-IN-COMMAND at FOX News. She is the deputy to Bill Shine (close friend of Sean Hannity), who is Executive VP of FOX News and in line to replace Ailes. BOTH Shine and Scott are identified in this extensive, tawdry story as wranglers of and troubleshooters for Roger Ailes’ paid harem at FOX News. Read how sleazy those two are here. They are basically pimps. END OF UPDATE ****

Later that year, Rush Limbaugh had lunch with Ailes in New York and asked him about me and why this happened. Rush told me that before he could even get my name out of his mouth, Ailes finished my name and began laying into me (fortunately, not laying on me. Rush said, “if we are to believe what Roger told me [he sounded a slightly doubtful], Roger said he heard from someone who worked at FOX News who knows you, that you are relentless, and when you want something, you won’t let go.” I’m not sure what that means, how that’s a bad thing, or why he wouldn’t want someone at FOX News who was a go-getter. I felt it was a sexist response (and the only people I knew at FOX News at the time were the philandering Brit Hume–who was rumored to have had an affair with Megyn Kelly and whose son basically killed himself over his father’s serial cheating–and the late Tony Snow, a complete mensch with whom I was friendly for years, since his days as a newspaper columnist in Detroit). But now, given what we know about the parade of women who’ve come forth about Ailes–plus the stories, including that about a woman who was on FOX News’ paid staff and had a no-show job (other than being an Ailes concubine)–I have a different take.

At the time, I was in my very early ’30s and I was blonde (still am–and like most at FOX News, from a bottle). Perhaps, Ailes only wanted to sign me for the same reason as all the other blonde women. Maybe I’m too outspoken, and he thought I am not the type to give in to him (that would be correct), and I’d speak out (correct again).

I’ll never know. And I’m glad I didn’t get to find out. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. And (while I’m usually skeptical of sexual harassment claims without much evidence) I believe that’s the case with Roger Ailes.

Kirsten Powers knows on which side her bread is buttered. And she wouldn’t have made these not-so-veiled statements for nothing.

BTW, who knows what plagiarist thief and admitted pot-buyer Michelle Fraudkin did for Ailes to get and stay on FOX News (until they dumped her), on top of her completely fabricating a story about a Congressman.

Just because Roger Ailes is into blondes, doesn’t mean he doesn’t also believe in “diversity.”

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53 Responses

That last sentence…what a zinger!
🙂

ebayer on August 2, 2016 at 4:43 pm

Being sexually harassed at Fox News seems to mean you are paid millions of dollars.

Robert Guzzardi on August 2, 2016 at 4:46 pm

I’m no blonde beauty queen (never was), but I agree with your assessment Debbie (where there is smoke there’s fire). There were (and are) Roger Ailes (and Bill Cosby/Clinton) wannabes in many workplaces…..the Feminists haven’t helped women with that problem (too busy with their real agendas).

MomInMinnesota on August 2, 2016 at 5:57 pm

Look, I just want to know what is a White Hispanic?

MrBigBrain on August 2, 2016 at 6:32 pm

    According to lamestream media a White Hispanic is a male of African-Peruvian-German descent, aka George Zimmerman. I guess the German part bleaches out the other two.

    theShadow on August 2, 2016 at 9:32 pm

    A White Hispanic is a Hispanic who is a conservative, as opposed to a Hispanic who is a liberal. That should clear that up. And yes, I got the sacrcasm, but a good question.

    unholyone on August 3, 2016 at 10:29 am

Granted sexual harassment is much more common than it should be, and I realize that it is likely that the Fox newsettes’ accusations have merit.

Nevertheless, it is hard to escape the belief that politics is behind all of this, or at least a contributing factor. With all the men at CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, NYT, WP, Red State, National Review, etc., etc., it seems striking that Ailes is the one who is spotlighted, right in the middle of a campaign where he seemed to be one of the very few major news figures with any sympathy towards Donald Trump.

Hard not to believe there is a double standard. If the accusations against Ailes are to be believed, aren’t there any other figures in the world of politics or urnalism for which the same is true? Is it just coincidence that Ailes was singled out, and not any of the liberals?

In addition to the timing, to deflate (no pun intended) a major Trump supporter, one of the peripheral benefits of these accusations seems to be to take attention away from the most significant sexual predator of them all, the Slickster who doesn’t even need a new Trump nickname.

Little Al on August 2, 2016 at 6:46 pm

I was initially skeptical about the claims made about Roger Ailes until they began to pile up. Gretchen Carlson was on #FNC for years, and had been promoted during that time. As for Megyn Kelly, she strikes me as someone who will do what it takes to get ahead, whether she is married or unmarried. She could also be setting up her own sexual harassment suit if her contract is not renewed. Kelly is not the ratings giant that she once was, and has openly stated that she is eying other opportunities. Kirsten Powers just represents the latest stab in the back for Roger Ailes, but he probably brought it on himself.

Worry on August 2, 2016 at 6:53 pm

One thing that struck me about the Ailes firing was Donald Trump coming out to bat for him. That really came out of nowhere, given that Ailes had publicly backed Megyn against Trump, and refused to yank her from the debate

More so since Trump had no known enmity w/ Gretchen Carlson the way he did w/ Megyn, and had more reason to snub Ailes for forcibly putting Megyn in that 2nd FNC debate, and also putting out a sarcastic statement that made it a prestige issue for Trump. Instead, Trump just made Carlson an enemy for seemingly no good reason

Debbie, about your own proposed jig at FNC, did that happen when that Saudi prince still owned 5% or more of News Corp? I recall at that time, FNC was pretty pro Islamic, so having you on would certainly have disrupted that theme of theirs. I do hope the next CEO hires you, and lets go of Megyn, Kristen, Juan Williams, Geraldo and Greta. I don’t doubt that there are intelligent Libs around, and I’d like to see Alan Colmes back. Along w/ the Soviet members of FNC – Jessica Turlov, Julie Roginsky, they could provide the balance FNC thinks it needs to be ‘Fair & Balanced’.

Infidel on August 2, 2016 at 7:30 pm

    Good point about the Saudis.

    Greta has faults, but I wouldn’t put her in the same class with Geraldo, Juan Williams or the others you mentioned.

    And one other point in her favor — her status at Fox certainly isn’t based on her looks.

    Little Al on August 3, 2016 at 7:02 am

    As I read it, Debbie’s encounters within FOX were within 1999-2000. Prince Alwaleed first got his claws on News Corp. in 2005. So the experiences she spoke of were pre-PAWNN (her moniker, “Prince Al-Waleed News Network”).

    ConcernedPatriot on August 4, 2016 at 3:40 am

Looking back, there were some advantages to the radio era, as compared to what we have now. It was harder for bimbos to achieve stardom for one thing.

Little Al on August 2, 2016 at 8:13 pm

“Look, I just want to know what is a White Hispanic?
MrBigBrain on August 2, 2016 at 6:32 pm”

According to lamestream media that would be a male of Afro/Peruvian-German descent, aka George Zimmerman. I guess the German ancestry bleaches out the other.

theShadow on August 2, 2016 at 9:36 pm

It is a mark of the damage feminism has done to women and to society in general, that whenever I hear the word “sexist” or hear about this sort of harassment drama, I tend to tune out entirely. My skepticism only grew when it was Megyn Kelly that made this whole thing blow up. I can’t stand her. I’ve always seen her as a non-conservative phony, even in the days before the Hillary-haircut, when she seemed perfectly content to be a glorified spokesmodel who just happens to read news from her teleprompter. She seems like just the type who would jump onto this to promote her career and join in on the silly feminist rhetoric that is surrounding this very serious allegation, particularly as she clearly knows her aging means she can’t play off of looks any longer.

Of course, the fact that some of the people he preyed upon were/are awful doesn’t mean he isn’t awful. Enough has come out now that it’s clearly true. It is noteworthy, DS, that it was your reputation for your principle and perseverance that helped to keep you away from having to deal with the creep. Your integrity once again served you well in that situation.

As for Fox News, a thorough housecleaning has been in order for a while now. Sadly I expect there will be no such thing. Ailes will be retired. Carlson and Kelly will sign big checks either saying or going elsewhere, and 90% of the other phonies will stick around continuing to be phony.

Brian R. on August 2, 2016 at 9:37 pm

One also has to wonder what car-loan gonif and phony “jihad fighter” Scamela Geller did for Roger Ailes to appear every so often on FOX News to peddle her (plagiarized) spiel.

ConcernedPatriot on August 2, 2016 at 9:43 pm

I’ve often watched FOX and thought “If these girls weren’t so damn sexy they wouldn’t be on this “news” program”.
You know full well that for every babe on FOX they could find a hundred men that know the topics better. But who wants to look at men.
Debbie, you would have been great on FOX. I’m certain they cut you loose when they saw you were more than looks and you would not have been easy to control.

Steve G on August 2, 2016 at 10:17 pm

It’s been several years, but is as clear to me as yesterday when she first really sickened me. It was when one of the Anthony Weiner sexting scandals first broke (probably the first one). I was checking out the short skirts on the FOX daytime show in which five or six of the babes cluster around and yak about whatever. The main gist of the “discussion” was how Weiner had been Powers’ boyfriend within the past couple years. You could tell she was just eating up the attention from the other chicks and thought that her “dating” of Weiner somehow made her part of the story. She’s disgusted me ever since.

CornCoLeo on August 2, 2016 at 10:21 pm

    Just listen to Powers once and it’s obvious she was’t hired for her brain. She’s a face hired to complement all the legs.

    Jerry G on August 3, 2016 at 10:31 am

Yeah, I also remember she was pushing a book within the last couple years. Limbaugh did sort of a review of the book and then did an interview of Powers. How often does Limbaugh do that? Not often, and not for a lightweight like Powers. Some type of heavyweight(s) at FOX seem to always be pushing her in the audience’s face in spite of the fact that she’s not prime time talent – not even in cable news.

CornCoLeo on August 2, 2016 at 10:43 pm

For Kirsten Powers, I’m assuming Roger Ailes came later (no pun intended) than Anthony Weiner…!?!

AestrangeD on August 2, 2016 at 11:54 pm

I have often called Powers “The Luckiest Girl In The World” because for such an abject dummy, she sures gets lots of jobs she’s not qualified for! She is your standard Donk Libtard. A very stupid one and lucky one at that. She’s bought and paid for and like Dippity-Do Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz, will say anything to defend her sicko side.

She is super wimpy. She also blocked Tammy Bruce recently. Tammy was in high dugeon due to it, too. She never figured out why. Who cares, it was shark-eyes Powers. Could have been for breathing.

Libtards are pathetic, totalitarian fascists. I just had one block me on FaceBook (where I am not political for research purposes…) because he also knew my Twitters and he had a head explosion with what I write and tweet. It is me, unleashed and honest and the anti-Obama-Putin, anti-Somalian Obama tweets and anti-Islam tweets had him running for the girly vapours! Aw! I didn’t do the same with his sad “Black Lives Matters” and pro-illegal alien FB posts…I just ignored them. I notice on FB Libtards are quick to block anyone who does not fall in goose-step with their politcal vomit! It is so one sided! Allll the Libtards can’t handle diveeeeeeesity of opinion. It’s nauseating. Grow a set U sad, foolish totalitegalitarians! You’re wrong and insufferable in all you do!

This is the Libtard killing season on social media. They wanna vapourize all who fail to group-think like them. Be strong and let those fart-knockers self-emolate on their own mental diarrhea!!!

Skunky on August 3, 2016 at 1:18 am

    You said it Skunky. Kristen Powers is like all of the other libtard rejects out there. She can dish it out but can’t take it. The poor dear can’t handle strong opinions from ladies like a Debbie or a Tammy Bruce or a Skunky. My better half got blocked by one of my libtarded relatives from Farce Book because she dared disagree with her take on the lying wretch Hillary Clinton. It’s all emotions with these people and damn the facts. They make me LOL!

    Ken B on August 4, 2016 at 11:04 am

Dear Debbie:

Sorry to hear about your experience at Fox News. Not like I’m surprised.

Your column above is fair and balanced. Thank you for writing it and sharing your experience.

Fox News is liberal like all the other cable “news networks”. Only their commentators lean conservative. I put the words “news networks” in parenthesis for a reason. These cable channels are nothing more than commentary channels with very little news; especially breaking stories.

Cable “news networks” take a news story and beat it to death for weeks on end with nothing but commentary. They play the same video over and over again, letting us believe that the events we see are still happening. They rarely, if ever go out to report a new story until compelled to do so; usually by competition. THEY ALL SUCK!

I can’t say it more briefly and completely than that. Just calling ’em like I see ’em.

Sincerely,

There is NO Santa Claus (aka TINSC)

There is NO Santa Claus on August 3, 2016 at 8:57 am

I’m glad that Debbie remained independent, uncompromised, and uncompromising.

As for Not So FOX-y Snooze, I turned them on for the first time in late ’02, and found them refreshing to a degree. I was not fooled by the on camera sexification that was going on, especially with the fake blonde haired women. It was always obvious that there was something going on with that, and when that is going on, you know it comes from at, or near the top.

I stopped watching Not So FOX-y Anymore in January 2011, ending my watching of ANY television news forever.

When the fish stinks, it stinks from the head down.

Thank you for remaining true blue Debbie, and retaining dignity and integrity.

Mr. Big Brain, a “White Hispanic” is a term the New York Slimes used to try and ramp up the anti-white sentiment building after the Trayvon Martin story broke. When you look at a picture of George Zimmerman, he doesn’t look like a white guy, so the Slimes had to do something do emphasize his whiteness in order to fuel the race baiting and hustling that the administration has been trying to play on since its early days.

I am blond, okay, now I’m white haired, but I have a few blond hairs left, pasty white and blue eyed. BUT, I look overwhelmingly like my Puerto Rican father and carry the physical looks that predominates on his side of the family, particularly stemming from his father. A case can be made therefore, that I am a “white Hispanic,” . . .

IF I subscribed to such descriptions. I personally reject the terms ‘Hispanic’ and ‘Latino’ and would object to being classified that way, although I am obviously a white guy. I am also obviously able to prove by various means, that I am half-Puerto Rican, and look like that side of the family.

Since he’s pretty white skinned himself, I will say that a case can also be made for Geraldo being a “White Hispanic,” as well Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio, since none of those men can accurately be described as a “person of color.”

However, what must not be lost here is that at the time, the New York Slimes deliberately “invented” the term to ramp up racial tensions and aid the regime’s burgeoning tide of distraction politics and cop hating. Therefore, the term white Hispanic should actually be relegated to the ash heap of history.

But it won’t. The next time an unarmed young black man is reading the Bible to a bunch of eight year old kids on the stoop in one of my old neighborhoods, and a bunch of white cops who are secretly members of Aryan Nation come thundering by in their vehicles, screeching to a halt and pumping 85 bullets in to him, . . .

I’m sure all divisive terminology will be resurrected for the next “news” cycle.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on August 3, 2016 at 9:29 am

The latest update from Debbie seems to make it clear that Ailes was either a fool or lunatic. He may have even strayed into outright criminality, if any of his encounters involved coercion.

Worry on August 3, 2016 at 1:13 pm

Arrogance and a feeling of being impervious are among the trappings of the kind of power Ailes wielded. Ailes is now learning what it feels like to be . . .

a lot LESS powerful. I’ll bet it doesn’t feel good. Yeah, well, don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time.

I recommend Mr. Ailes read Nebuchadnezzar’s dissertation after seven years in the wilderness and not remembering who he was. He learned where real power lies and why any SEEMING semblance of “power” among collective humanity is just an illusion.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on August 3, 2016 at 1:33 pm

“It’s good to be the King”
🙂

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l-2h4XnKZ3g

ebayer on August 3, 2016 at 1:37 pm

I really thought that Roger Ailes had more common sense than to hire all of these blondes like Megyn Kelly Brunt, Gretchen Carlson, and now Kirsten Powers.

Roger Ailes must have had one of his hands on his penis when he hired this piece of White Trash in the form of Kirsten Powers. I call it absolute stupidity on Roger Ailes part for not looking closer at her resume and seeing her for the White Trash that she really is.

She worked for the Clinton Administration, how damn hopeless is that. I guess Bill Clinton snuck around and had a fling with her also.

Not to mention her romantic fling with Congressman Anthony Weiner. Obviously her and Anthony Weiner dine at the toilet bowl together.

Married to an Egyptian Coptic, she may as well have made porn movies instead. She would be richer.

Calls herself a Catholic. She must be a Novus Ordo Catholic because a Traditional Catholic priest would have regurgitated in the Confessional from hearing her run off at the mouth.

Damn Roger Ailes, couldn’t you find something better to try and screw than this Trojan Horse.

Confederate on August 3, 2016 at 1:41 pm

I wonder if Laurie Dhue left because of Ailes?

gizz on August 3, 2016 at 4:36 pm

    To hear Laurie tell it, it’s because she couldn’t stop getting drunk.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on August 4, 2016 at 1:22 am

      Hey Al it makes you wonder if Ailes got his Dhue from Laurie. Freaking fat creepazoid.

      Ken B on August 4, 2016 at 10:51 am

I’ve no doubt that Ailles has done the abusive things of which he has been accused by so many women.

I suspect that the larger scandal is the extent which these same practices have been part of the culture of other media organizations as well. Roger got his stat in the big time sex to work business at one of the Big Tree Broadcast networks where he worked as a producer. Where are the investigations of the others?

We’ve long known that the entertainment business has been sex to play for both women and young men.

James Loughton on August 3, 2016 at 9:37 pm

Haven’t watched Fox in ages. I watched from 2007-2009, as a counter to the MSM on Barack Obama. However, it was barely watchable. I read stuff online and know more than the shows.

Debbie is hard-working and relentless–assets that are clearly irrelevant in television news today.

By the way, Google “Wayne Simmons,” a Fox terrorism “expert” who was no such thing. What a joke!

BP: Thanks. BTW, Wayne Simmons was also billed as a “CIA Agent” and “CIA operative” by FOX News, including by “journalist” Megyn Kelly, but he was no such thing and never ever worked for the CIA. You gotta love FOX News’ fact-checking, which doesn’t exist. DS

Barry Popik on August 4, 2016 at 1:11 am

Is it just me, or does Ailes look like Uncle Fester in that photo at the top of the story?

Sean M on August 4, 2016 at 7:55 am

    Sean, he kinda’ does, but Uncle Fester didn’t look as creepy.

    theShadow on August 5, 2016 at 1:05 am

    The Addams Family, a favorite of mine.The mention of Uncle Fester reminds me of two of the most endearing (and enduring) characters in sit-com history. Gomez, who, to a visitor’s insult, responded, “Well,sir, in that case I’m afraid I’ll have to ask you to leave.” And the immortal Uncle Fester’s solution, “Let’s shoot him in the back.”

    Ah, then there was Morticia, who needn’t have spoken French to summon my interest.

    Just couldn’t resist! 🙂

    lee of the lower case "l" on August 5, 2016 at 2:19 am

I was up yesterday getting ready for work and I happen to catch Bret Baier on Fox News. He had on his panel Dr. Krauthammer another pundit and good old Kristen. They were discussing the Kahn trouble that Trump was having. Dr. K gave his physiological assessment of The Donald the liberal pundit gave her pro Trump take and Powers gave her usual vacuous liberal taking points. Hillary good Trump very very very bad. Skunky is correct in that this dimwit is the luckiest girl in the world. She owes her very existence to Fox News in the fact that she sounds like a retard when she speaks. It’s so bad that my cat runs out of the room when she’s on. Abby (my cat) has the right idea. Kristen apparently has taken a page out of the Ashleigh Banfield, Marie Harf, and SE Cupp playbook. She wore glasses yesterday trying to make herself seem more intelligent. It didn’t work because out of the four of these ladies she is the dumbest. That’s saying something with this group of nitwits. Speaking of nitwits Jabba the Ailes it seems has generated some fire with all of the smoke at Fox News Headquarters. Apparently this guy does have a type. He likes them blond and dingy. That’s why you didn’t get the gig there Debbie. You only fit half of that bill. Poor fat slob Jabba figured out that you were just too smart and outspoken for him. It is a shame though because of that we didn’t get you on TV and instead we get both Meghans Kelly and McCain. One sounds harsh and the other sounds like a complete moron. It does make me rally wonder what happened to ED Hill. She made Fox and Friends watchable. Now the only good thing is Ainsley Earhardt as the two guys are total tools. Especially that doofus Kilmeade. Speaking of doofuses it stands to reason why Hannity has his job at Fox News as he is good friends with Bill Shine. He comes off as a goofball on TV and a second rate Rush Limbaugh on the radio. In other words a slightly smarter Powers in male form. Debbie I do have a question. Maybe since Malkin isn’t on FNC anymore the fat blob might be diversifying. As such what do you think really happened to Andrea Tantaros. She was subbing for Kimberly Guilfoyle on The Five and made Outnumbered with that putz McCain watchable. Now she’s MIA. I wonder if Ailes tried his dirty tricks on her.

Ken B on August 4, 2016 at 8:57 am

    Jabba the Ailes, now that’s funny!

    That’s it! Jabba and Uncle Fester made a baby!
    Ah, the wonders of science.

    theShadow on August 5, 2016 at 1:15 am

      @theShadow,

      Yeah I was watching my VHS tape of Return of the Jedi and I was thinking. This guy Ailes looks just like Jabba the Hutt. Especially the scene in the movie where he drops that dancer in the Rancor pit after she didn’t want to get “hugged upon.” Sounds like old fat Roger…LOL!

      Ken B on August 5, 2016 at 9:09 am

    Sounds like Dr. Krauthammer forgot the Goldwater Rule which supposedly is an ethical benchmark for his profession.

    Little Al on August 5, 2016 at 4:38 pm

Ahhhhhhh, c’mon, Sean M, cheap shot, Fester was a LOT better looking. LOL!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on August 4, 2016 at 9:19 am

Sean M.
Great comparison, Roger Ailes looking like Uncle Fester. Kirsten Powers would have a tie with Gretchen Carlson and Megyn Kelly Brunt to play the role of Cousin It. None of them would be smart enough to play the role of Morticia Addams

Confederate on August 4, 2016 at 1:49 pm

You missed one… Carrie Hutt.

Phil Lipofsky on August 5, 2016 at 11:32 am

400 million was not a pay-off?

MrBigBrain on August 5, 2016 at 4:44 pm

So another book writer who wrote books about Hillary found dead. A suicide? ha ha yeah right. If you believe that, forget the bridge in brooklyn for sale, I have a stock picking method that will get your annual returns of 35%. Just send me 150k, I’m only sharing this method with a select few.

MrBigBrain on August 5, 2016 at 5:56 pm

    @ MrBigBrain

    Yeah buddy the Arkansas hillbillies HilBill have been knocking off people since the 80s. Both Peter Schwiezer and Gary Byrne better watch their backs.

    Ken B on August 8, 2016 at 7:49 am

You guys are going to either laugh, shake your heads or go damn Ken you da man. It turns out Jabba the Ailes did sexually harass Andrea Tantaros. She’s joined the group of women coming after the old dirty sleazebag.

KB: I’m not so sure about that. Tantaros is a sleazebag who is hardly conservative. Real conservatives don’t pose in bondage poses, all tied up, as she did on the cover of her book (and don’t sleep with open bisexuals like Dave Navarro, either). Real conservatives don’t pull crap like that. It’s sleazy and that’s why FOX took her off the air. She’s taking advantage of the Ailes thing. And she’s a liar. DS

Ken B on August 9, 2016 at 8:21 am

Who would want to be involved with Kristen Powers anyway?

Michael ares on August 9, 2016 at 12:24 pm

You da man

MrBigBrain on August 9, 2016 at 12:50 pm

Tantaros was solid. I didn’t they dumped her off the 5. Haven’t seen that show in a while

MBB: Nothin’ “solid” about posing in bondage on the cover of a book. Maybe it’s “solid” for bondage and S&M flicks for sickos, but not for a news personality of any sort. Even Hef doesn’t ask the ladies to do that. And she did it voluntarily . . . to pimp a book. If that ain’t the definition of a lowlife, what is? DS

MrBigBrain on August 9, 2016 at 12:54 pm

Oh ok, I didn’t realized she did all that. The last thing I had read about her a while ago, was she was dating red hot chili peppers guy, which told me she was a wild one and definitely not a conserv and now this posing info, ok, got it.

MrBigBrain on August 9, 2016 at 7:59 pm

Yep. Scott was promoted.

Esser Agaroth on August 14, 2016 at 8:06 am

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