Friday Update: John Schneider Trashes Alec Baldwin, Dana White Recovers With Joe Rogan’s COVID Protocol, Tampa Bay Bucs Star Suspended Over Fake Vaxx Card

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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:


“Dukes of Hazzard” star John Schneider savaged Alec Baldwin for claiming he “didn’t pull the trigger” of the gun he was holding that killed “Rust” cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

Schneider called the actor’s teary responses to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos’ leading questions “bulls–t” that was “designed to make us feel sorry Alec Baldwin.”

“Three weeks ago, it was a prop gun. Four weeks ago, nobody knew how in the world this real weapon was loaded on the set,” Schneider accused. “Today, he didn’t pull the trigger.”

“Guns do not go off by themselves,” he explained. “Let us not forget this was a single-action – it was not a Colt, it was a replica … – a single-action weapon needs to be cocked and fired. So what kind of idiots do you take us for?”

Though he noted it would be “very easy to accidentally pull that trigger,” he said not checking the weapon was “still inexcusable.” 

Schneider also targeted Stephanopoulos, who he referred to as “the poster boy for leftist propaganda.”

“Why in the world anyone would look at an interview with George as being anything enlightening or having a modicum of truth, I don’t know,” he concluded.

Check out his 18-minute video titled “Seriously Alec?” here: 



UFC president Dana White contracted COVID-19 over Thanksgiving and credits Joe Rogan’s coronavirus treatment suggestion for his rapid recovery.

White noticed he had lost his smell after returning from his holiday vacation, and got tested on Monday morning. Upon receiving his positive results, he called Rogan for advice. 

“He said get monoclonal antibodies in you as soon as possible, so I did,” White explained. “By noon, I had the monoclonal antibodies in me. Then he told me to do a NAD drip. I did that right after.” 

The next day, he got up to shave and could smell the alcohol he was cleaning his razor with. “My taste and smell were back by the next day by 11 o’clock. Then I took a dose of ivermectin. Then yesterday I did a vitamin drip, and today I’m doing another NAD drip,” White continued. “Could not feel better. I’m feeling like a million bucks.”

When asked why he called Rogan instead of a doctor, White defended Rogan’s protocol, which he said his “good friend” has used to help up to 40 people.

 “Listen, I’m vaccinated,” he remarked. “It’s not like I’m some crazy anti-vax conspiracy theorist or some of that stuff but Rogan is a very brilliant guy. Very smart guy who talks to the best and the brightest out there, and I’m not a believer in the narrative. But at the end of the day, this is a free country.” 



Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ star Antonio Brown has been suspended for three games over his former chef’s accusations that the wide receiver obtained a fake COVID-19 vaccination card.  

“The health and safety of players and personnel is our top priority,” said a statement from both the NFL and the NFL Players Association. “The protocols were jointly developed working with our respective experts to ensure that we are practicing and playing football as safely as possible during the ongoing pandemic.”

Brown has denied the allegations, but accepted his punishment. Safety Mike Edwards and receiver John Franklin III were also suspended from the team for violating the NFL’s vaccination protocols. 

Record Breaking

University of Pennsylvania swimmer Lia Thomas shattered women’s Ivy League records this year, since she transitioned from male to female, after competing on the school’s men’s swim team for three years prior.

Thomas won the 500 Free event while competing as a male in the 2019-2020 season with a top time of 4:18.72. While competing on the women’s team this year, Thomas destroyed the women’s 500 Free record by nearly 13 seconds with a time of 4:35.06.

“Being trans has not affected my ability to do this sport and being able to continue is very rewarding,” Thomas claimed in a June interview. 

Zoomin’ Toobin

Ex-CNN host, comedian Kathy Griffin, slammed the network for allowing Jeffery Toobin, who was caught pleasuring himself on a Zoom call, to keep his job, after she was axed for posting a graphic photo of a paper mache version of former president Donald Trump’s severed head in 2017.

Griffin said there’s a “double standard” at CNN. “I think there’s another conversation that we’re not ready to have yet in this country, unfortunately,” she told the hosts of “The View.” 

“We’re hopefully making some strides, finally, with race. We’re having conversations, at least,” she continued. “But I think that we haven’t really talked about the level of misogyny and ageism that went along with all of that. I mean, I got canned from CNN, which hurt me personally because I had loved that gig.”  

“But then for me to watch Jeffrey Toobin talking about women’s choice after he masturbated on a Zoom call, which I know sounds funny but maybe it wasn’t so funny for the other ladies who worked at The Atlantic that had to see that.” 

Griffin mistook the Atlantic for the New Yorker, where Toobin was fired from after the Zoom incident.


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