Feb. 01, 2017 – 0:44 – House Minority Leader caught telling fellow Democrat to tell the crowd he’s Muslim
Comedian Tom Arnold is claiming Hillary Clinton begged him to release footage of President Trump using racial slurs just days before the November election.The 57-year-old alleged last year he had video of Trump repeatedly saying “n—–” and “every bad thing ever, every offensive, racist thing ever,” but is now saying Clinton called him just two days before Americans went to the polls to plead for its release, the Telegraph reported.“I had all the outtakes from Trump saying the N-word on ‘The Apprentice,’” said Arnold, who was just voted off Australia’s “I’m A Celebrity … Get Me Out Of Here!”“[Clinton] called me two days before the election and said, ‘Please release that,’” Arnold claimed, alleging that the Democratic nominee said, “The weight of the free world is on your shoulders.”“I’d love to be a hero, but I can’t hurt these families,” he claimed to have responded.Arnold says he might still release the reel with “their permission,” thought it remains unclear if he was referring to the targets of Trump’s vitriol or “The Apprentice” producers.In an interview before going on the British sitcom, Arnold told a radio host he didn’t want to release the hate speech out of respect for those involved.“Well, now, these people — two editors and an associate producer — are scared to death. They’re scared of his people, they’re scared they’ll never work again,” he said on Dori Monson’s radio show.The American actor and comic, who starred alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger in the 1994 film classic “True Lies,” also said he didn’t think releasing the racist rant “would work.”“I don’t think people would care,” he said.Trump still managed to cinch the electoral vote despite national outrage surrounding the October release of the notorious “grab them by the p—-” video.
At a swanky party in a Beverly Hills, Calif., mansion last Saturday, I spot Bill Maher in a sea of beautiful young women and make my approach.“Are you a Leo?” I ask the host of HBO’s “Real Time,” while eyeing a lion pendant around his neck.“No, they make me wear this stupid thing because I’m a member,” he replies, stroking the back of his date, a pretty younger woman in a short black leather dress.Around us, a mostly female crowd of models, young professionals, actresses and assistants strut about in couture lingerie, much to the delight of older male guests in tuxedos. One 20-something blonde crawls on the carpeted floor wearing red lace and a face mask with a leather pig snout and ears. Other pretty young things wear metallic pasties and black badges that read “Eat me” or “Touch me” on their décolletage, while holding silver platters of bite-size brownies and parfaits. A man who calls himself the “Bunnyman” and wears a black leather mask and rabbit ears demonstrates various Japanese bondage techniques on an aroused woman sitting upright in a plush, gold-painted chair.We’re at Snctm, an exclusive monthly sex party held in Los Angeles and occasionally New York, where the rich, powerful and pleasure-seeking indulge their kinkiest fantasies.The parties are the brainchild of Damon Lawner, a divorced 45-year-old with two young kids. Lawner founded Snctm in February 2013 after spending years throwing high-end, but not erotic, events in Bali. He now hosts sex parties full-time. Tonight’s event is an intimate affair for 99 people and features two performances: a live threesome and a sexy fire-eating show.Modal TriggerElizabeth Lippman“I’m really lucky,” Lawner tells me, his blue eyes twinkling.Single men pay $1,850 per party, or $1,500 if they come with a female partner. For the erotic elite, there’s an annual Dominus membership for $75,000, which includes admission to all parties, a sterling-silver necklace with a lion pendant and access to private rooms at parties and Lawner’s network of sex experts. The high-level membership is currently limited to just 11 men and one woman, ranging from Grammy-winning musicians to successful businessmen, according to Lawner.“Some are married guys that just want to know how to give better [pleasure] … They don’t get this type of thing anywhere else,” Lawner says.Dominus members sign a “blood oath,” involving blood and a paper document, to join — but Lawner won’t go into details.“That’s all I can tell you,” he says. “It’s an initiation into the society.”Modal TriggerPost reporter Heather Hauswirth dressed up in Agent Provocateur to go inside the Snctm party.For $12,000, there’s a second-tier Aurum membership that includes discounted entry and access to Lawner’s hedonistic network.Women don’t pay to attend Snctm parties, but they must apply by submitting full-length photos via text or email to Lawner or his operations director, Nicolas de la Kethulle, who previously worked as a manager of the Beverly Hills Hotel Polo Lounge.Cellphones are prohibited and must be checked at the door. All parties have a masquerade theme, and while masks are required for entry, many take them off inside. Men wear tuxes, women wear sexy lingerie or cocktail dresses.As exclusive as the parties are, the vibe is friendly and there’s no Hollywood pretense. Attendees are open and eager to talk, flirt — and much more — with each other.“I feel like I’m home here,” a young pilot wearing an Aurum-member pin on his left lapel tells me as we hang out around a small lap pool with two huge unicorn floaties in the back yard. “Warmth just kind of comes over me when I walk in.”SEE ALSO 13These people pay $75K a year for wild monthly sex partiesI brush by a towering beauty in a black-lace catsuit.“Is that Agent Provocateur, too?” she says, eyeing the bondage-inspired, Swarovski-crystal-encrusted bra hidden beneath my sheer black cape. “I tried that one on. It looks amazing on you.”Provocateur is something of an unofficial partner for the erotic events. Last September, Snctm held a top-secret party in New York during Fashion Week. Attendees picked up brass keys with the soiree’s address engraved on them at the high-end lingerie company’s stores in Soho and on Madison Avenue.At another point in the evening, I compliment a busty blonde wearing black satin panties and no shoes.“Are those real?” I say, admiring her assets. “Are those yours?”Damon LawnerPatrickMcMullan.com“They’re from France,” she says.Later in the night, I watch her orally pleasure a young blond girl with fake eyelashes on a silver ottoman.When she comes up for air, I ask, “Do you come here a lot?”“I’ve been a few times. I’m a lesbian … so this is amazing for me,” she says before going on to tell me how men regularly ask her to have sex with their wives.Lawner is working to take Snctm beyond Beverly Hills. He plans to host a party on a yacht at this year’s Cannes Film Festival and do two events in New York in September for Fashion Week.He also says he’s
CNN, which President Trump has accused of reporting “fake news,” is getting frozen out of appearances by members of the administration.“We’re sending surrogates to places where we think it makes sense to promote our agenda,” a White House official told Politico, adding the ban is not permanent.But a CNN reporter had a different take on the snub.“They’re trying to cull CNN from the herd,” the person told the website.White House spokesman Sean Spicer denied that CNN was being ignored, saying he’s called on the news network’s reporters at press briefings.But he said it’s at his discretion.“I’m not going to sit around and engage with people who have no desire to actually get something right,” he said during an event at George Washington University this week.Trump administration officials have been conspicuously absent on CNN since the middle of January while appearing on many other news shows.The president and CNN reporter Jim Acosta squabbled during a news conference last month about an unsubstantiated report on Trump’s relationship with Russia that the network and other media outlets reported on.Trump refused to acknowledge a question from Acosta, saying, “Not you. Your organization is terrible.”Acosta said he should get a question since his news outlet was being attacked by Trump.The president responded: “I’m not going to give you a question. You are fake news.”
New York’s U.S. senators were among the handful of votes against Elaine Chao for transportation secretary.
The U.S. Senate confirmed Chao to lead the Department of Transportation by a 93-6 vote. U.S. Sens. Kirsten Gillibrand and Chuck Schumer opposed Chao’s confirmation.
Joining the New York pair were Sens. Cory Booker, Jeff Merkley, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
Chao is one of Trump’s least controversial picks for a Cabinet position. She served as labor secretary in President George W. Bush’s administration and was deputy transportation secretary under President George H.W. Bush.
Her husband is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican.
With the latest vote, Gillibrand, D-N.Y., has now voted against four of five nominees for key administration positions. She opposed James Mattis for defense secretary, John Kelly for homeland security secretary and Mike Pompeo for CIA director.
Media insiders are buzzing that Andy Lack wants NBC to become “the next Fox News” after he poached cable stars Greta Van Susteren and Megyn Kelly from the network.
“He believes he’s building MSNBC and NBC into the next Fox. It seems the network wants to take a more conservative tone,” a source said.
Kelly was hired at NBC without an official time slot, but Page Six exclusively revealed she would be taking over the “9 a.m. or 10 a.m. hour” of “Today” in September.
We’re told she is getting paid about $12 million a year for the gig, which will include a Sunday talk show.
Some fear Kelly may not be worth the bucks since her Fox replacement Tucker Carlson nearly doubled her ratings on Fox News after her departure.
We hear MSNBC anchor Joy Reid may also be on the chopping block.
“They haven’t renewed her contract. She’s been working without a contract for at least a month,” an insider told us.
An MSNBC spokesperson, however, insisted that Reid “is working under contract. And the network wants her to stay.”
A rep for NBC said, “The only thing Andy Lack is interested in ‘tilting toward’ is even more good journalism.”
Lance’s Limo Torched by Radical Left-Wing Protesters
Take heart – the weekend protests were not grass-roots or springing out of neighborhood yoga groups. They are the result of a dozen radical left organizations hooked up to the spirit that is manifesting because it lost its grip on our highest office.
These two work together, activist protesters and network news media – who deliberately ignored what took place in a four-square-block area downtown that led to more than 230 arrests.
These anti-Trump hired thugs were funded and organized by an Umbrella organization that is yet to be exposed. Why? Why does the media ignore this? This group operated a detailed website and designated a media spokesman. The participants were bused in They were trained to create anarchy and told what to do when arrested. According to the protesters and organizers, they arrived ready to confront police and prepared to violently disrupt the inauguration.
The Left Wing anarchists were even accompanied by a lawyer from Colorado who made sure he was arrested. I say lawyers like this should be suspended from practice for a year. They arrived armed with hammers and crowbars, spray paint and tools for torching vehicles. Officers could not move in to make arrests until after windows were broken on storefronts and a city emergency vehicle, and a parked limousine was set on fire.
“THAT LIMO WAS OUR LIMO!” says Preacher Wallnau.
Amazing what God allows to wake up the sleeping giant. And it starts with it’s leaders..
A handful of leather straps, sex toys and other bondage equipment were scattered throughout the mostly empty studios of Kink.com on a recent Thursday. Peter Acworth, founder and CEO of the BDSM porn empire, walked through the dark basement corridors of the San Francisco Armory, recounting how his company used to make as many as 100 films a month. But in February, Kink actors will do their final shoot at the historic castle-like building that has become a world-famous destination for tourists and porn connoisseurs. As Acworth described Kink’s early days, staff upstairs prepared for a lavish party for Airbnb – the kind of corporate tech event that some fear could take over the Armory once porn is out the door.
“It’s heartbreaking,” said Lorelei Lee, a longtime Kink performer. “To lose this in a city that is losing resources for artists and queers and sex workers in such a huge way is sad.”
The Kink.com studio is the latest uniquely San Francisco institution to shutter in the rapidly gentrifying city, which in recent years has become exceedingly unaffordable and culturally homogeneous amid a huge technology boom. Combined with the financial turmoil in the porn industry, Kink’s business model has become unsustainable, leading Acworth to cease all production in the Armory.
Although Kink.com will maintain Armory offices and continue to provide content, some San Francisco performers are lamenting the closure of a porn studio that elevated the profile of fetish entertainment and BDSM and provided stable jobs and a safe workplace for LGBT people and sex workers.
Acworth, who is from the UK, launched the company in 1997 out of a grad school dorm room. In 2006, he purchased the 200,000 sq ft Armory, which is a 1914 reproduction of a medieval castle.
The national landmark became the headquarters for his growing network of BDSM and fetish subscriptions sites, including an interactive live page and a news site, and has housed public tours, shows, workshops and other porn events.
“There are so many of us that have come out of Kink and started out there,” said Arabelle Raphael, who began performing for the site in 2010. “A lot of models went through their own BDSM journeys through the company.”
Kink built its reputation as the rare porn company with a mission statement – to “demystify and celebrate alternative sexualities by providing the most ethical and authentic kinky adult entertainment”. Although it operated much like a mainstream porn business, Kink was rooted in a San Francisco scene that was distinct from the Los Angeles and Las Vegas industries – with more radical content and a more diverse workforce.
A lot of the Castro was built on the back of porn companies. But one by one, they upped and left
Peter Acworth, founder and CEO of Kink
Notably, Kink performers do interviews after the shoots to candidly discuss the experience, which has helped break down stigmas associated with BDSM and fetishes and has allowed the company to emphasize the importance of consent in kinky sex.
“Kink, with its shear reach, has done so much to educate people,” said Eric Paul Leue, Kink’s former director of sexual health and advocacy. “That’s a beautiful legacy.”
Still, the company has weathered controversies over the years. Some workers have complained of mistreatment, and Kink last year severed ties with porn star James Deen after multiple women accused him of sexual assault. The website has also repeatedly clashed with state regulators about its scenes without condoms, though Kink and its performers have long maintained that the shoots are safe and that they are facing political attacks from anti-porn groups.
But it was the proliferation of free online content that ultimately made it impossible for Kink to stay afloat in San Francisco, which once had a thriving porn industry centered in the historically gay Castro district.
“A lot of the Castro was built on the back of porn companies. But one by one, they upped and left,” said Acworth. “There’s so much content out there. The human body only has so many orifices and so many limbs you can tie in so many ways.”
In recent years, San Francisco has also lost numerous beloved LGBT bars and a famous strip club that was unionized and run as a worker-run cooperative. Some of the city’s queer events are now dominated by the tech industry, which has a reputation for being prudish, and government crackdowns on sex work have also eliminated jobs.
Lee said she recently left San Francisco because of these dramatic changes. “A lot of these models have lived in San Francisco specifically because they were seeking out the community that was in San Francisco, which is very queer and diverse in terms of body type.”
To some, Kink seemed like one of the few remaining gathering spaces for this crowd.
“It’s been slowly feeling like the death of San Francisco,” said Raphael. “This just feels like the end of an era.”
href=”https://www.theguardian.com/culture/2017/jan/25/porn-bdsm-kink-armory-closing-san-francisco”>’End of an era’: porn actors lament the loss of legendary San Francisco Armory | Culture | The Guardian
President Trump will be ordering the construction of his signature Mexican border wall on Wednesday, according to a report.White House officials told the New York Times that Trump is expected to sign the executive order — directing federal funds to be focused on creating the structure — during an appearance at the Department of Homeland Security.Building a wall on the border of Mexico was one of Trump’s biggest promises during his campaign. He ultimately believes that doing so would put a stop to the influx of illegal immigrants coming into the United States today.“Big day planned on NATIONAL SECURITY tomorrow. Among many other things, we will build the wall!” Trump tweeted on Tuesday night.While the wall won’t be completed for quite some time, officials told the Times that the President is also considering a policy that would temporarily stop refugees from coming from Syria, as well as other majority-Muslim nations that are deemed “terror prone.
Hillary Clinton is seriously considering a run for New York mayor, according to a major city political insider, who claims she’s “50-50.”Supermarket magnate John Catsimatidis said he talked to the failed Democratic presidential nominee, and came away convinced she may try to resurrect her political career by challenging Mayor Bill de Blasio this year.“I spoke to her about it, but she didn’t indicate or signal to me [whether she would run]. She didn’t say never, she didn’t say no. In my personal opinion, it’s 50-50,” the billionaire owner of Gristedes Foods told The Real Deal real estate blog Monday.Catsimatidis, who supported Clinton as a donor, said he will delay his own decision to run for mayor until the former secretary of state makes up her mind.“If Hillary runs, I won’t,” said Catsimatidis, who ran in the 2013 New York mayoral primary as a Republican, but lost to Joe Lhota.Catsimatidis’ claim comes as reports say Clinton and her husband, former President Bill Clinton, are talking to top advisers about how they can get back into the political fray.Hillary is receiving briefings from her former campaign manager Robby Mook explaining what went wrong in the presidential race, while Bill has been blasting FBI Director James Comey for interfering in the election, according to Politico.Despite what Catsimitidis thinks, the article said neither Clinton is expected to seek public office again, but former Democratic National Committee chairman Ed Rendell told the website, “I’m certain [President Donald] Trump will screw up enough that by the fall of ’18, Hillary’s numbers will be way up again.”For now, Hillary is enjoying nights out and is considering spending more time writing.Bill, meanwhile, has re-devoted himself to the Clinton Foundation, which took a beating during the presidential campaign.Then-candidate Donald Trump referred to the foundation as a “criminal enterprise,” although last week at an inaugural luncheon, he praised the Clintons.Echoing what the report said, a leading Democrat claimed that a comeback by the Clintons likely would not include another campaign for either one.“On a personal level, I lost a race in 2014, and it was on a much, much smaller scale than what she lost,” said former two-term Sen. Mark Pryor of Arkansas, adding, “I don’t think a team of mules could drag them [into running].”
Officials say the Obama administration in its waning hours defied Republican opposition and quietly released $221 million to the Palestinian Authority.
GOP members of Congress had been holding up the money.
A State Department official and several congressional aides say the outgoing administration formally notified Congress it would spend the money Friday morning, just before Donald Trump became president.
More than $227 million in foreign affairs funding was released at the time, including $4 million for climate change programs and $1.25 million for U.N. organizations.
At least two GOP lawmakers had placed holds on the Palestinian funds. Congressional holds are generally respected by the executive branch but not the defiant Muslim Obama.
Singer-songwriter Miley Cyrus was clearly very upset about President-elect Donald Trump’s Nov. 8 victory, sharing a teary-eyed video on Twitter following the Election Day results, but actor Tom Hanks is offering a more tempered tone, possibly to the dismay of many of his Tinseltown colleagues.Hanks was honored Wednesday by New York’s Museum of Modern Art and, after several of his fellow Hollywood stars offered their accolades to the Academy Award-winning actor, he shared somewhat of a pep talk in the wake of Trump’s victory, according to The Hollywood Reporter:We are going to be all right because we constantly get to tell the world who we are. We constantly get to define ourselves as American. We do have the greatest country in the world. We move at a slow pace. We have the greatest country in the world because we are always moving towards a more perfect union. That journey never ceases, it never stops. Sometimes, to quote a Springsteen song, it’s “one step forward, two steps back,” but we still aggregately move forward. We, who are a week into wondering what the hell just happened, will continue to move forward. We have to choose to do so, but we will move forward because if we do not move forward, what is to be said of us?But then Hanks made a comment that is most assuredly at odds with the thoughts many of his celebrity neighbors have expressed in the nine days since Trump’s stunning defeat of Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.“This is the United States of America. We’ll go on. There’s great like-minded people out there who are Americans first and Republicans or Democrats second,” Hanks told The Hollywood Reporter. “I hope the president-elect does such a great job that I vote for his re-election in four years.”The “Inferno” star also weighed in on liberal filmmaker Michael Moore’s suggestion that he should run for president in 2020. Spoiler alert: Hanks doesn’t feel qualified for the position, despite the fact that a one-time reality TV star will take to the White House in January.“Not to be completely, over and over coming back to the same thing that I would like to strangle Michael Moore on him offering my name in order to be something other than a CPA, which I’m not qualified to be either,” Hanks said. “We will take everything that has been handed to us as Americans, and we will turn our nation and we will turn the future and we turn all the work that we have before us into some brand of a thing of beauty.”
WASHINGTON – Madonna’s rally speech to the Women’s March this weekend about “blowing up the White House” has gotten the attention of federal law enforcement — as the Material Girl insisted Sunday she meant no harm.The US Secret Service, charged with protecting President Trump and his family, is aware of the comments and is investigating, according to the Gateway Pundit.The “Like a Virgin” singer told hundreds and thousands of marchers gathered in Washington Saturday: “Yes, I’m angry. Yes, I am outraged. Yes, I thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House,” Madonna said, wearing a black “pussycat” cap.“But I know that this won’t change anything. We cannot fall into despair.”She concluded her F-bomb-laden speech with a positive message: “I choose love.”The longtime pop queen said Sunday she wasn’t trying to incite violence and her remarks were taken “wildly out of context.”“I want to clarify some very important things. I am not a violent person, I do not promote violence and it’s important people hear and understand my speech in it’s entirety rather than one phrase taken wildly out of context,” Madonna said in an Instagram post.President Trump’s team Sunday bashed the pop icon’s comments Sunday, while declining to mention Madonna by name.“One of the singers said she wanted to blow up the White House. I mean, can you imagine saying that about President Obama,” White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus told “Fox News Sunday.”Kellyanne Conway, a senior White House aide, said Madonna should have spent her day giving some of her “hundreds of millions” to a women’s shelter instead of making “profanity-laced insults.”“This is destructive,” Conway told ABC’s “This Week.” I read in an article or two that the Secret Service may be investigating that.”A Secret Service spokeswoman declined comment Sunday. But public threats of any kind are routinely taken seriously.One US official told The Post that Madonna’s statement will have be evaluated for its seriousness.“It’s all about intent. Is she intending to do harm to the White House or President Trump? Otherwise it will be characterized as inappropriate,” the official said. “If it’s characterized as inappropriate, then there won’t be any discussions with the U.S. Attorney. If it’s determined that there’s intent on her part, then there will be discussions with the U.S. Attorney and they’ll take it from there.”
All the Hollywood elites threatened to black ball anyone who partook in the lawful election of Donald trump had a very different affect than expected. What was that? Christian bands and praises to God went up and the presence of God fell upon the capitol for the first time in a very long time, that is until Democrat Senator Chuck Schemer took the podium. As soon as the Spirit of God lifted the crowds realized what had happened and began to boo the senator as they wanted the Presence of the Holy Spirit back.
CNN, MSNBC and so many lost souls that hate God have no idea what the presence of God feels like and couldn’t tell when God’s presence was there or when it lifted, so CNN and MSNBC just continue to try to destroy what God is doing.