Thursday, May 4, 2017

Flood the zone: outraged Breitbart News assigns three men to dive deep on Colbert Cockholster Controversy

Stephen Colbert knows a simple truth about the #AltRight: hit ‘em where they live.

Take away homophobic slurs from the President’ base and 35% of the nation would be struck dumb.

That’s why The White House’s Official Media Outlet is playing “smear the queer story" with five attacks in two days: they hate having stuff crammed down their throats.

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Breitbart scribbler Jerome Hudson- Reporter #1- revealed- at the end of his breaking story- why conservatives are so iked:

Colbert has ramped up his attacks on the president as his show has seen a steady rise in the ratings since Inauguration Day. The CBS host has regularly beaten late-night rival Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show in total viewers since January, though Fallon often holds the edge in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demo.


Tuesday, NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Joe Namath criticized “The Late Show” host Stephen Colbert over his lewd joke about President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin.

“I think it was a real reach to be funny and he dropped the ball,” Namath said on “The Fox News Specialists.”

“That’s not cool. I didn’t like it at all,” he added.

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But as Billy Mays used to shout on late-night TV,”Wait! There’s more!”

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Colbert opened Wednesday night’s show by jokingly assuring the audience he was “still the host” of The Late Show, after he generated a social media firestorm Tuesday and Wednesday when he referred to Trump’s mouth as “Vladimir Putin’s c*ck holster” during Monday night’s broadcast.

The comment sparked viewer outrage and the hashtag #FireColbert quickly became a trending topic on Twitter Tuesday.


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The joke elicited louder-than-usual laughs from Colbert’s studio audience; but the real reaction came later on social media, as thousands of viewers demanded that CBS penalize the late-night host for what they said was an anti-gay attack on the president, and the hashtag #FireColbert became a trending topic on Twitter.

Still, some celebrities leapt to the late-night host’s defense, including Star Trek actor George Takei, comedian Patton Oswalt, and actress Rosie O’Donnell.

Those three plus actor Mark Ruffalo, are, apparently, “Hollywood.”


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Another screenclipped tweet Hudson added- as Pooh Bah says in The Mikado, is simply a fake, "Merely corroborative detail, intended to give artistic verisimilitude to an otherwise bald and unconvincing narrative."




If, God help you, you read these stories, you’ll find three of the five are the same story. Hudson ended this one with the same paragraph as he ended the first, above:

Colbert’s ratings have risen steadily since Inauguration Day. The CBS host has regularly beaten late-night rival Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show since January, though Fallon still usually leads in the adults 18-49 demographic.

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