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:
Original “Saturday Night Live” cast member Laraine Newman testified against alleged killer Robert Durst, claiming the alibi he had for his first wife Kathie Durst’s murder was fabricated by a friend, Susan Berman.
“Susan told me that she had provided an alibi for him, for Bobby, in relation to [Kathie’s] disappearance,” Newman told the court on Wednesday. “I remember her saying that she made a phone call.”
Newman stated that when she “responded negatively” to Berman’s confession, her friend tried to take back what she said and they never spoke of it again, but she had “no doubt” that Berman’s admission was true.
Kathie disappeared in 1982 and was declared legally dead in 2017. Durst is currently being tried for the first-degree murder of Berman, who he is suspected of killing in 2000.
Conservative ‘Charmed’ actress Rose McGowan spoke to Tucker Carlson about Britney Spears’ seemingly harmful conservatorship.
“Imagine you’re a 25-year-old young woman – or young human – who has been forced to perform since as long as she could walk to support her family,” McGowan remarked.
“Many in the media laughed and scorned her when she shaved her head,” she continued. “I lived in Hollywood during that time and I made it my life’s mission to tell all of you out there what so many of you really know deep down, that fame and Hollywood and the media machine are rotten to the core, and they do hurt and they do damage.”
McGowan explained how Spears’ father Jamie took control of her life after “paid-off doctors” convinced a judge that she had dementia and stole her autonomy, even though she’s managed to go on a world tour and do two-shows a day during a five-year Las Vegas residency in the thirteen years since.
“The idea that the individual is crushed than forces larger than her and deep down it really is rotten and people are treated as disposable objects rather than individuals,” the actress commented.
Watch the segment here:
Actress @rosemcgowan appears on Tucker Carlson Tonight to talk about singer Britney Spears being locked in a conservatorship since she was 25:
"That fame and Hollywood and the media machine are rotten to the core. And they do hurt and they do damage." pic.twitter.com/Pt5HhaJYQf
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) June 24, 2021
Televangelist and coronavirus fraudster Jim Bakker and his church were forced to pay $156,000 to settle a lawsuit after he was accused of peddling Silver Solution, a colloidal silver supplement, as a cure for COVID-19 early in the pandemic.
Bakker pushed the supplement on 11 episodes of “The Jim Bakker Show” from February to March 2020, touting the elixir as a miracle cure that could “totally eliminate” the virus within twelve hours.
In addition to refunding donations to the church in exchange for the solution, the settlement bans him from advertising colloidal silver as a preventative, treatment, or cure for any disease or illness.
A car chase suspect crashed through a fence at Los Angeles International Airport on Thursday, as Prince Harry was set to jet off to London to attend the unveiling of a statue of his mother Princess Diana.
The driver led police across two busy runways and delayed two flights, before they were able to apprehend him. No one was injured in the incident.
Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight told Candace Owens that America is going to survive the current climate of social unrest by the grace of God.
“There’s a reason why we say, ‘In God we trust,’” he remarked. “Because we do. And God is written in every part of our story. So we’re not going to disappear. We’re not going to be destroyed like the many other countries that have been attacked by socialism, communism, Marxism. We’re going to survive this, and the truth will prevail.”
Not The Facts
A judge ruled that MSNBC host Rachel Maddow doesn’t spew facts on her show. The One America News Network (OANN) slapped Maddow with a $10 million lawsuit for claiming that one of their journalists also worked as a freelance writer for a Russian publication in 2019.
U.S. District Judge Cynthia Bashant dismissed OANN’s case on the grounds that “Maddow does not keep her political views a secret, and therefore, audiences could expect her to use subjective language that comports with her political opinions.“
“A reasonable viewer would not conclude that the contested statement implies an assertion of objective fact.” Bashant ruled, ordering OANN to pay MSNBC $250,000 in legal fees.