“CLICK”: CNN Contributing Host Ryan Lizza Fired from New Yorker…

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263 Responses to “CLICK”: CNN Contributing Host Ryan Lizza Fired from New Yorker…

  1. Suncc49 says:

    I bet he was in a 50 shades of grey style relationship lol

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  2. Brant says:

    Wow. They are doing everything they can to get rid of Trump.

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    • wyntre says:

      By getting rid of Lizza?

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      • Bendix says:

        Sort of. They are trying to establish a zero tolerance of ‘misconduct’ standard. Because they know President Trump hasn’t actually done anything wrong to any woman.
        It is backfiring bigly, because even the bunch of pigs in the MSM/entertainment/political realm, did not know the magnitude of their own disgusting behavior.
        My guess is they are coming to regret using this tactic.

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  3. CountryclassVulgarian says:

    As a woman I am very fearful for where this is going. It’s not going to end well – for men OR women.

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    • john70 says:

      It’s simple: women will be told to wear a veil to be protected.

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    • Mia C says:

      Yeah………I just look at this guy and hate him. I gloat. I feel like he’s the kind of guy I want to see fired and you know he was trying to use Pussygate against Trump.
      —BUT…. damn this witch hunt craze, in general, scares the hell out of me. 40 year old accusations? Non crimes being reported as big deals? NO due process? No judge? No jury? Sometimes no evidence? NO “punishment equal to crime?” Accusation=guilt? “We believe women” automatically? Why the hell would we do that? I don’t want to have to believe anybody automatically over others. Anybody heard of the friggin’ justice system where you’re innocent until PRVOVEN guilty?
      –The whole thing is attrocious.
      –It’s a witch hunt.
      –I just saw headlines with Larry King accused, and it was just some damn supposed butt grope from 2005. That should NOT be in print.
      –Mob justice is no justice at all. These harpees have torches out and smell blood.

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      • JimmyJack says:

        I honestly didn’t believe any woman would ever make false sex attack allegations against a man until I dated an NYPD detective and saw through him what kind of madness goes on. I was shocked. Thinking it was some anomaly to the culture of that precinct i asked a friend in a different precinct and he said the same thing.

        Given what I know the Deep State is up to I have no question many of these claims are false and being paid for.

        And this will boomerang around negatively for women the same way there is now Ferguson effect – hiring managers will be less likely to hire or promote women for fear of lawsuits.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Countryclass: as a woman I am not fearful. Men look for women and women look for men so further men and women may be procreated. This is nature. What we are hearing and seeing are from those who don’t understand nature, but we see women with more breasts showing than polite or dignified, and maybe men getting a wee bit more friendly with touching and showing their parts but especially to democrats that is considered respectful while we see all this as pure lack of manners, conscience, and correctness. You don’t force women and women should not be forcing men. It also appears many women think they are getting revenge and the man sees a women in how she dresses and makes up her face and sees that as an open invitation. In other words, both sexes need a check up from the neck up as to manners, dress, and words as it used to be. Democrats are desperate because they have pushed this and karma is kicking the in the behind royally and so they have to start lying, paying sluts to say what ain’t so, or whatever they think will do the trick. Hate to inform them this is old stuff and ain’t working for them any more but they are definitely slow learners and mostly because most democrats in Congress are way too old and way too many terms to be in Congress so have no clue what to do but the same old same old but it still doesn’t hit them that this crap is no longer viable nor working.

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        • Carrie2 says:

          Jimmyjack, I agree. These women think they have special powers but will find themselves removed or not hired because they cannot be trusted. They have set the stage to denature themselves as human beings. They can’t see anything beyond their breasts and so are caught in lying, cheating, and screaming about injustice, all of which they have caused to themselves.

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      • Cuppa Covfefe says:

        I think they’re also trying to get rid of Due Process. The new, blessed by the presstitutes version is “guilty until proved innocent”…

        Of course, that won’t apply to Bubba-and-the-BEAST…

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    • Bendix says:

      I’m a little less worried, Country, because we in the middle class have had our act together for some time.
      Men that I know understand the difference between welcome and unwelcome behavior.
      I think the difference is, our men don’t have that sense of entitlement that those who believe themselves above us do.
      If this has a disproportionate negative impact on those who try to use it against others, so be it, IMO.

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  4. NewfTea says:

    There ARE predatory women out there. I’ve seen them in action.

    But that doesn’t fit the “poor helpless little me,” narrative. Or is it, “I am WOMAN hear me ROAR!” It’s getting so hard to keep the cognitive dissonance properly in place.

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  5. MaineCoon says:

    To quote Scaramucci,

    ‘Lizza made national headlines this summer after writing a profanity-laced profile of White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci that resulted in his termination after just 10 days on the job.

    Scaramucci seemingly predicted Lizza’s downfall during an interview with former New York sports radio morning host Craig Carton last week.

    “Karma’s a b—h,” Scaramucci said of Lizza. “It’ll come back and bite him. You’ll see.”‘

    Go Scaramucci! He was fun to have around! Hope he has a follow up comment!

    http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/new-yorker-writer-ryan-lizza-fired-improper-sexual-conduct-article-1.3691970

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  6. wyntre says:

    God has a sense of humor.

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  7. georgiafl says:

    Reading the list the female media women made about the media males shows there isn’t much virtue on either side of the male/female divide.

    Guess the left will have to invent micro-virtue, to go with micro-agressions and other micro-items in their micro-moral culture.

    Somehow all this brings to mind the story of Sandra Fluke and her demand for free contraception and if that failed…free abortion of course. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sandra_Fluke

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  8. wyntre says:

    For those who think Lizza’s firing is part of a grand get-Trump on sexual harassment charges, there’s this.

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    • Patriot1783 says:

      😂😂😂

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    • Well the comparison between FLOTUS and wannabe accuser is great in the tweet but let us not forget that the liberals do have the argument that the “Republican” governator of CA did go garbage / dumpster boinking.

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    • Mia C says:

      LOL…if we had the time, he really should sue. But I’d rather have him running the country which is the only thing protecting these liars.

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    • Bendix says:

      That woman on the right made me want to punch her.
      Her story was so obviously false, as anyone who ever flew on an airplane in first class had to know.
      I think the reason they went ahead with her is that Hillary is one of those liars who doesn’t even have any idea of how her lies sound to other people, so she wouldn’t know how bad this woman appeared.
      BTW, I know a woman from the area where Hillary landed “under sniper fire”. There were snipers there. To protect her. The woman’s relative was one of them.
      They forget that there are normal people around who can tell the truth about their lies.
      Donald Trump decided to molest some lunatic in a first class cabin, and nobody saw a thing?
      If the cabin was that empty, why would they have been sitting next to each other?

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  9. Few years ago in company I was working for one lady slapped younger guy on the butt, as he was leaving the building…He complained about it to HR, she said that she didn’t do it…But there was a video of the incident. She was immediately let go. We were all happy because she was hired as a friend of our big boss and promotion was promised to her in the near future…

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    • jello333 says:

      And THAT is the way you do it! Something like that happens, you REPORT it right away. If it’s relatively minor (like your example), try to get the person reprimanded, maybe fired. If it’s something serious, report it to the cops. What you DON’T do is wait years, maybe decades, and THEN go telling the world about it.

      There should actually be some kind of statute of limitation on making such accusations. I don’t mean just limitations on criminal jeopardy… but also any kind of public accusations at all. In other words, if you choose to wait a long time* before disclosing something like this, you, yourself, could be the one in trouble. The accused would be able to sue YOU for defamation, slander, libel, etc EVEN IF THE ACCUSATION IS TECHNICALLY TRUE. If you wait years to do anything about this incident that supposedly “scarred” you, then you do NOT get the benefit of the doubt.

      * The exception being if you can prove that the reason you’ve kept quiet is some ongoing threat during that time.

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      • I agree,
        But in my case I never even thought of reporting it and never told anyone this story. In those years: you never tell.
        I remember when Anita Hill came out with her accusations, I was horrified: if it was true, how could she go back to him again and and again after his behavior, if she told the truth…I made sure, that I never saw this professor again and never told anyone.

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        • jello333 says:

          Yeah, I never had that experience, so I don’t know how I’d react (and me being a guy, it was far less likely to happen in the first place). It never happened to my wife either, but she used to say that if it DID happen, she’d take matters (physically) into her own hands. 🙂 Probably just talk, but glad we never had to find out. 😉

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          • I had a few encounters, but with exemption of the first one when I was 18 with a professor, the rest of them I choose to blame myself, because I was careless and put myself in the bad situations. A lot depends on the woman.

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            • Carrie2 says:

              elena, sad to say many women are cowards. I lived in Mexico and only had one boss who told me that I had to “give” and I told him BYE! Other than that, I present a front that says we can flirt but don’t take that as a go ahead signal, and I have dated a large number of men over the years and never attacked but many times offered marriage but I wasn’t looking to get married until in my 30s. If you treat men as gentlemen, most of the time they treat you as a gentlewoman, but if you move in on them, they accept that as YES! Women can’t say they could stop any of this because they would be lying, as has been done before with Trump and now the same old, same old again with Trump, and also was done to Moore. I have also worked with a lot of women in this country and other countries and nothing like what women have begun doing here now – they ask for in dress, makeup, body movement and then are insulted? Get real, be a lady and you will be admired and not treated as you show yourself.

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      • I replied to a wrong comment, my reply was to my own experience, not to what happened at my co-worker…Sorry, somehow it got posted here…

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  10. Kathleen Rady says:

    This is rich. I remember watching a PBS Frontline special after the election and Ryan Lizza was making snarky comments about Trumps billy bush bus comments. Intimating how hard it was going to be to write “President-Elect Trump.” He even commented on Trumps Megan Kelly comments. Who would have ever though high and mighty Ryan Lizza had such skeletons in his closet.

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  11. I am curious about two things –
    1) How many celebrities / MSM empty heads / politicians will be left standing after the carnage is over.
    2) When will the tables be flipped with men accusing powerful women and second round of carnage will begin?
    I will not be surprised if one of the first domino to fall from the other side is Gloria Allred.

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  12. Donna in Oregon says:

    IDK, he looks asexual to me.

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  13. Mia C says:

    How come his story is private……everyone else has every single accusation made public?
    –Different rules for media rapists I guess.
    –But why would they announce it was sexual so we can assume the worst?
    –Seems to me that’s still trying a person in public.
    –Anyhoodles, sure………I enjoy it when someone like this is taken down. He’s the enemy and I’m only human.
    –But the this witch hunt is still wrong. We can’t tell real rapists from minor offenses by non-criminals anymore.
    –Anyone else find it weird that full on rapists and then minor gropes are both getting the same treatment?

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    • Bendix says:

      I’m guessing the other party is ashamed and embarrassed.

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      • Bendix says:

        As to the weird part, I see an effort going on to minimize predatory rape. In Roy Moore’s case, they are trying to throw being friendly with some young women of legal age into that ‘misconduct’ category.
        Harvey Weinstein was showing up at women’s houses and attacking them, for crying out loud.
        Hollywood didn’t see anything wrong with that.

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  14. dufrst says:

    The enemy is destroying themselves! Reminds me of so many biblical stories where the enemy would be whipped into a frenzy by God and start turning swords on each other.

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  15. Bendix says:

    Just pointing out that when licentious personal behavior is what they think of when they want to ruin somebody, that’s an indication of a dirty mind right there.
    A dirty mind leads to dirty behavior.
    “You spot it, you got it”.

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  16. tonyE says:

    This is going too far. I guess the Left is gone nuts over this… I suppose that so long as they clear themselves but nooo, next we’ll have to hear that Maxine Waters and the Cowgirl from Florida felt “used” when Trump looked at them…

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