Wednesday Update: Tom Brady Takes Jabs At Biden, Country Label Won’t Cancel Aaron Lewis For Liberal Bashing Song, The Louvre Threatens PornHub for Raunchy Reenactments

[email protected] -- from the Washington Football Team vs Tampa Bay Buccaneers at FedEx Field, Landover, Maryland, January 9, 2021 (All-Pro Reels Photography)

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:

 

Trolled

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady, a self-described “friend” of former President Donald Trump, made jokes at the expense of President Biden while the team was honored for their Super Bowl win at the White House on Tuesday. 

While speaking from the South Lawn Brady joked about the Bucs win over the Kansas City Chiefs. “Not a lot of people, you know, think that we could have won. In fact, I think about 40 percent of the people still don’t think we won.”

He also took aim at Trump’s “Sleepy Joe” nickname for Biden during the event. “We had a game in Chicago where I forgot what down it was, I lost track of one down in 21 years of playing, and they started calling me Sleepy Tom,” he cracked.

 

Liberal Bashing

Aaron Lewis’ pro-America, liberal bashing country song has been topping Billboard charts and enraging critics for its conservative-leaning message.  

“This middle-class, right-wing wanker has recorded a song that should have been played at CPAC, in between speeches by nitwits like saying to refuse the ‘Fauci ouchie,’” wrote blogger Bob Lefsetz.

Scott Borchetta, founder of Lewis’ record company, Big Machine Label Group, came to the former Staind singer’s defense in an open letter to Lefsetz.

“Aaron Lewis and I have political disagreements.  But there are also things we agree on.  I think that’s the foundation for the idea of our country,” he wrote. “It doesn’t work if we’re so divided that we can’t reach across the aisle, have a conversation or an argument, and ultimately, shake hands.  If we can’t do that, and this moment is so divisive, we may never get our country back.”

Borchetta went on to explain that he wouldn’t “just cancel” Lewis over the song, because plenty of people in the country agree with the song’s message.  

“You don’t have to agree or acknowledge, but Aaron’s message is speaking to millions of people,” he continued. “Let it be a wake-up call to reps and dems alike – be loud and be heard! It woke you up. It inspired you to make a statement. It worked. And it’s working. It’s inspiring conversation.” 

Listen to “Am I The Only One” here: 

 

 

Blast Off

After blasting off into space on Tuesday, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos was blasted by critics for thanking Amazon customers and employees by saying they “paid for all this,” once he returned to Earth.  

But his less than down to Earth comments enraged Twitter users. “Just ordinary people coming together to do extraordinary things for Jeff Bezos,” wrote one replier.   

“Jeff Bezos forgot to thank all the hardworking Americans who actually paid taxes to keep this country running while he and Amazon paid nothing,” said Sen. Elizabeth Warren.  

“You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to know it’s time for billionaires to pay their fair share,” wrote Assistant House Speaker Katherine Clark.

“You know what would’ve actually been big d–k energy? If he cleared every teachers’ Amazon lists,” actress Kristen Johnston tweeted

 

 

Raunchy Reenactments

Pornhub is facing legal action from the Louvre and other art institutions over the platform’s new interactive website, where porn stars recreated X-rated versions of historical masterpieces.  

Pornhub’s “Classic Nudes” website displays a virtual tour of “some of the sexiest scenes in history at the world’s most famous museums,” where iconic paintings like “Venus of Urbino”has been adapted to feature a pornstar that pleasures herself when the portrait is clicked on. 

The Louvre has threatened to sue the adult platform over the unauthorized reproductions of their artwork. “Pornhub has heard from our lawyers,” said the Louvre’s spokesperson. “We expect the works to be removed at once.” 

 

RIP

Robert E. “Robby” Steinhardt, an original member of the progressive rock band Kansas, died from complications of pancreatitis at 71.  

The singer and violinist had just recorded his first solo album at the beginning of last week but passed away at a Tampa, Florida hospital on Saturday.  

Steinhardt formed the band with fellow graduates of Topeka West High School and performed with them from 1973 to 1982, then again from 1997 through 2006. 

Kansas sold more than fifteen million records and had seven top 40 hits, including “Carry on Wayward Son.”

 

Restitution

Nxivm sex cult leader Keith Raniere, who was sentenced to 120 years in prison for forcing female followers into unwanted sex acts and branding them with his initials last year, is going to have to pay for his crimes… literally.  

A federal judge ordered Raniere to pay his 21 victims restitution in the amount of $3.5 million.  The largest chunk of money will go to a victim only identified as Camila, who was a 15-year-old virgin when Rainere raped her in 2015.  He also had sex with her two sisters, impregnating all three, then forcing them to get abortions. Camila will receive $508,000 for her suffering.

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carefugee
carefugee
8 days ago

He is a disgusting excuse for a human being and should have been executed.