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:
Megyn Kelly claims that singer Madonna was rocking butt implants during her Sunday performance at MTV’s Video Music Awards.
Kelly told guest hosts Janice Dean and Adam Carolla that there was no way the Material Girl’s butt wasn’t fabricated from man-made material on her Monday show.
“I gotta talk to you, JD, I gotta talk to you about Madonna’s a**,” Kelly said to Dean.“There is 100 percent that that is fake. There is absolutely no way that that’s her real bottom.”
She remarked that the “right thing” to do would be to cheer Madonna on: “You go girl, 63! And that’s what 63 looks like and you’re still holding it together.” But Kelly couldn’t bring herself to do it.
“That’s not how I feel, I feel like, woman, cover up! It’s too much,” she went on. “I just think that her old brand was vulgarity and it worked but it’s working less for me as she gets into her mid 60s and is officially a member of AARP.”
Kelly insisted Madonna should show “a little bit more dignity,” and when Dean said she hadn’t seen the footage, the host exclaimed, “You can almost see the implant!”
“Jagged Little Pill” singer Alanis Morissette claims that she was sexually abused by multiple men in the music industry when she was an up-and-coming teenage performer.
“It took me years in therapy to even admit there had been any kind of victimization on my part,” she claimed in the new documentary “Jagged”. “I would always say I was consenting, and then I’d be reminded like ‘Hey, you were 15, you’re not consenting at 15.’ Now I’m like, ‘Oh yeah, they’re all pedophiles. It’s all statutory rape.’”
She also insisted that music industry insiders didn’t care when she reported the abuse. “I did tell a few people and it kind of fell on deaf ears,” Morissette continued. “It would usually be a stand-up, walk-out-of-the-room moment.”
A crew member on Mark Wahlberg and Kevin Hart’s new Netflix film “Me Time,” had to be resuscitated on set after falling from a catwalk 60 to 80 feet in the air without wearing a safety harness.
The 38-year-old man reportedly suffered “massive trauma” from the Tuesday morning fall, which caused fractures to both arms and legs, along with “hemorrhaging.” First responders were forced to perform CPR and use a defibrillator multiple times to restart the crew member’s heart.
He was transported to a Los Angeles-area hospital where he is in critical care and receiving medical attention.
The Navy football team lost their offensive assistant coach, Billy Ray Stutzmann, after he declined to get vaccinated for COVID-19.
“The Naval Academy Athletic Association policy regarding COVID-19 requires all coaches and staff to be vaccinated against this virus. Based on my religious convictions, and after much thought and prayer, I am unable to follow the requirements of the Naval Academy’s COVID-19 policy, as it has changed these last few months,” Stutzmann announced in a Twitter statement.
“After applying for a religious exemption and attempting to further negotiate alternative working arrangements, I was ultimately relieved of my duties here at Navy. I continue to stand firm in my conviction of faith, but I understand and respect that each individual and institution has a choice on how they wish to manage these issues,” he said.
— Billy Ray Stutzmann (@BRayStutzmann) September 13, 2021
The NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets also let go assistant coach Sylvain Lefebvre, who refused to get vaccinated, and replaced him with Cleveland Monsters Associate Coach Steve McCarthy.
“Any person whose job, role, position or access entails or entitles them to have personal interactions (within 12 feet) with Club Hockey Operations personnel (including Players) are required to be Fully Vaccinated,” an NHL memo reportedly stated.
Five For Fighting singer-songwriter, John Ondrasik, released a new song that slams the United States’ messy withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The track, “Blood On My Hands” was written in the wake of the suicide bomb that took the lives of 13 U.S. soldiers, and references President directly in the lyrics.
“Can you spell Bagram without the letters in blame?” Ondrasik sings. “Did Uncle Joe stick a drip in your veins…”
He also calls out “Winkin’ Blinken,” “Willy Milley,” and asks “General Austin, is there no honor in shame?”
“There is a great tradition of artists speaking their minds and calling out their leaders for answers. Many of those have been inspirations to me,” Ondrasik said of the new single. “I understand that this song might be perceived by some as a political attack, but those who follow me know I am an American with a history of calling out both sides.”
“After hearing ‘Blood on My Hands,’ a friend said that he found the song to be politically neutral, but morally-forward,” he continued. “My hope is that this song helps demand accountability, so the American promise is not forsaken.”
Gay Not God
U.S. women’s soccer star, Megan Rapinoe, wore a red, white, and blue pantsuit to go along with the Met Gala’s theme of “In America: A Lexicon of Fashion” on Monday night, but her controversial accessory enraged critics.
Rapinoe’s accompanying blue handbag read “In Gay We Trust,” instead of the United States official motto: “In God We Trust.”
“Too bad she couldn’t just show up with the gold medal she didn’t win,” one person wrote.
“This alienates luke warm womens soccer fans like me who are religious. See ya. Don’t care if it matters but I won’t watch another minute,” another summed up.
Megan Rapinoe arrived at the #MetGala carrying a red, white and blue clutch that reads “IN GAY WE TRUST,” matching her pantsuit.
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 14, 2021
“Shark Tank” star Kevin O’Leary’s wife, Linda, was found not guilty of causing a boat crash that left two people dead in 2019.
O’Leary was charged with careless operation of a vessel after a collision with another watercraft on Lake Joseph, outside of Toronto, killed two and wounded three passengers from the other boat.
Kevin O’Leary, who was on board with his wife and a family friend, issued a statement following the crash that accused the other boaters of causing the incident.
“Late Saturday night I was a passenger in a boat that had a tragic collision with another craft that had no navigation lights on and then fled the scene of the accident,” he commented in 2019.