We’re tracking the conservative culture clash with woke Hollywood hypocrites to keep you up to date on who’s winning and who we hate.
Here’s what happened today:
Former President Donald Trump said the easiest boxing opponent he could pick would be President Joe Biden, because he would knock him down in “the first few seconds.”
At a press event for his upcoming boxing commentator gig at the Evander Holyfield/Vitor Belfort fight, Trump was asked who he would pick to step inside the ring with him.
“Well, if I had to pick somebody in the world, not only a professional boxer — because I’ll take a pass on the professional boxers, that could be a very dangerous subject,” he replied. “But if I had to box somebody, I think probably my easiest fight would be Joe Biden, because I think he’d go down very, very quickly. Very, very quickly.”
He recalled Biden’s 2018 remark that he would “beat the hell out of” Trump if they were still in highschool. “You know, he once said, ‘Oh, I’d like to take him behind the bar.’ He’d be in big trouble if he ever did,” the former commander-in-chief quipped. “No, I think Biden would go down within the first few seconds.”
F–k Their Freedom
Shock jock Howard Stern slammed anti-vaxxers on his radio show Tuesday.
“When are we going to stop putting up with the idiots in this country and just say, you know, it’s mandatory to get vaccinated?” Stern said. “F–k them, f–k their freedom. I want my freedom to live. I want to get out of the house already. I want to go next door and play chess. I want to go take some pictures.”
He went on to celebrate the deaths of outspoken media personalities that died of coronavirus after refusing to get vaccinated.
“It’s really funny when these radio, the radio guys are the best, they’re like four of them died, four of them were like ranting on the air. They will not get vaccinated,” Stern cackled. “They were on fire, these guys. It was like day after day, they were all dying and then their dying words are ‘I wish I had been more into the vaccine. I wish I had taken it.’“
Specifically calling out conservative host Marc Bernier, who identified himself as “Mr. Anti-Vax.” “Where do I have that clip of that Marc Bernier, the guy who died?” he laughed. “Yeah, he’s dead. He no longer walks.”
“Charmed” actress Rose McGowan claims that California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s wife tried to buy her silence about her allegations against disgraced producer Harvey Weinstein, six months before the New York Times expose she was heavily involved in setting up was published.
“She called me and she set up a meeting with me to meet her somewhere in Brentwood [California],” McGowan told BlazeTV host Dave Rubin. “And I actually went, and I got like very creeped out and I saw her sitting where I was supposed to meet her. And I looked at her and I turned around and went back into my car and drove away.”
“She called me on behalf of a Theranos board member — longtime lawyer of Hillary and Bill Clinton and Weinstein — one David Boies,” the actress claimed. “So this woman I don’t know, some blonde lady with the last name Newsom, cold calls me and [says], ‘David Boies wants to know what it would take to make you happy.”
“David Boies wants to know what it would take to make you happy…”@rosemcgowan tells me that Gavin Newsom’s wife Jennifer called her on behalf of Harvey Weinstein’s lawyer six months before the Weinstein scandal broke to make the story go away. pic.twitter.com/IG99Pb6tvl
— Dave Rubin (@RubinReport) September 9, 2021
“The Son” and “Finding Carter” actress Kathryn Prescott, 30, is in the ICU after being hit by a cement truck while she was crossing the street New York City on Wednesday.
“After fighting through complex surgery some of Kathryn’s injuries include: broken pelvis in two places, both of her legs, her foot and her left hand,” her twin sister Megan shared on Instagram. “She narrowly avoided paralysis. The doctors are hopeful that she will make a full recovery but this will only be possible with the correct care right now.”
Megan requested help getting to New York to help her sister recover after the U.S. Embassy rejected her request to travel to the United States.
“I need help getting to New York to support her recovery,” she wrote. “I will have to help her until she can start to walk again. I need to be there to help her with literally everything as she will be able to do incredibly little by herself. She will be in rehab for a very long time and will need 24/hr care even after she leaves the hospital.”
“My Big Fat Greek Wedding” star Michael Constantine died on August 31, at the age of 94.
Nia Vardalos, who wrote the film’s screenplay and played his daughter in the massive hit, wrote a sweet tribute on Wednesday.
“Michael Constantine, the dad to our cast-family, a gift to the written word, and always a friend. Acting with him came with a rush of love and fun,” she posted. “I will treasure this man who brought Gus to life. He gave us so much laughter and deserves a rest now. We love you Michael.”
Constantine made his film debut alongside Mickey Rooney in “The Last Mile,” going on to score roles in “The Hustler,” “Don’t Drink the Water,” “Prancer,” and “The Juror.”
He made television appearances on “My Favorite Martian,” “The Twilight Zone,” “Bonanza,” “Hogan’s Heroes,” “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” “The Fugitive,” “MacGyver” and “Murder, She Wrote,” amongst others.
— Nia Vardalos (@NiaVardalos) September 9, 2021
Veteran ESPN college football sideline reporter, Allison Williams, announced she was skipping the season because she wanted to get pregnant and would not get vaccinated.
“While my work is incredibly important to me, the most important role I have is as a mother,” she wrote on Twitter. “Throughout our family planning with our doctor, as well as a fertility specialist, I have decided not to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at this time while my husband and I try for a second child.”
She said the decision to sit out the season was “deeply difficult,” and she understands that vaccines have been “essential” in battling the pandemic, but taking the vaccine is not in her best interest right now.
“After a lot of prayer and deliberation, I have decided I must put my family and personal health first. I will miss being on the sidelines and am thankful for the support of my ESPN family. I look forward to when I can return to the games and job that I love.”
This will be the first fall in the last 15 years I won’t be on the sidelines for College Football.
My heart hurts posting this but I’m at peace with my decision. pic.twitter.com/np5V3gdrfW
— Allison Williams (@AllisonW_Sports) September 9, 2021