Cable star disgusted by salacious material again: Wednesday night, a certain major cable star found herself troubled, once again, by all the salacious material.
Near the end of her opening segment, she held up a copy of the National Enquirer. You could tell she found it completely disgusting. Also, she told us this:
MAJOR CABLE STAR (4/6/16): If the Republican Party looks like it might seriously consider giving Ted Cruz the nomination, you should expect to very quickly learn a lot more about Ted Cruz's past, because now everybody's going to be trying to figure out who he is. And I think there's a lot of substantive reporting to be done there, because he has had sort of a strange rise to power.You could tell she just hates the salacious stuff—like, for example, that new issue of the Enquirer, which she held up and said she'd return to later.
Honestly, there's also a lot of junk out there about him. Like today's National Enquirer, running their second big Ted Cruz story today, which has no sourcing, it makes no specific allegations, it has no quotes, but it sure sounds salacious and it's on the front page of the National Enquirer. We'll have more on that later.
The cable star returned to the salacious tabloid in her final segment. Once again, she held it up and told us how "raunchy" it is.
As she did, she presented her latest segment on the so-called D.C. Madam, who died in 2008. Truly, it was salacious stuff. But somebody had to pimp it.
Why was the cable star pushing this raunchy story again? It's all about a frequently disbarred lawyer named Montgomery Blair Sibley, who's a bit of a crackpot and of course a major ginormous birther.
Montgomery Blair Sibley comes from one of Maryland's finest very old families, or then again maybe not. His possible namesake abolitionist ancestor, Montgomery Blair, has his own Wikipedia page. A large high school in Maryland's Montgomery County is named for that Montgomery Blair, Lincoln's postmaster general.
Sibley himself is another story. He was once the attorney to the D.C. Madam. He says he wants to release her records, saying they may affect the presidential campaign.
For years, he's been under a restraining order not to release the records. He has petitioned the Supreme Court to vacate that order, and he says he'll release the records anyhoo if the Supreme Court says no.
That said, Sibley seems to be a serial crackpot, a major birther, and a small bit of a nut. A certain major cable star has now devoted several segments on her program to her fervent wish that Sibley will release the records and that they'll vindicate the unfairly treated Ted Cruz.
Disgustedly, she told us this at the end of Wednesday's show:
MAJOR CABLE STAR: Whether or not the Supreme Court rules in his favor and lifts this gag order, Mr. Sibley has made it clear that he wants these phone records out there. He says if his requests are denied, he'll release these files anyway. Already, there's plenty of speculation about whether one of the presidential candidates might be mentioned in these records.You could tell the cable star was sickened by what the Enquirer had done.
Today, the front page of the blessed National Enquirer makes insinuations about Ted Cruz's name being there, which, of course, sounds raunchy and implicating, right? But the article itself amounts to absolutely nothing. There's nothing substantive in it at all.
Sooner or later, though, the story is going to get settled, if Mr. Sibley has these records and they do have what he says they have in them and he releases them; it's just a matter of time. It remains to be seen whether this thing is going to get settled in the courts or outside of it.
That does it for us tonight. We'll see you again tomorrow.
"Already, there's plenty of speculation about whether one of the presidential candidates might be mentioned in these records," the star disgustedly said.
"Today, the front page of the blessed National Enquirer makes insinuations about Ted Cruz's name being there, which, of course, sounds raunchy and implicating," she disgustedly continued, plainly feeling disgusted. She went on to disgustedly say that this is nothing but speculation, and that's it's sickening to think that the Enquirer would be spreading this crap around.
"The article itself amounts to absolutely nothing," she disgustedly said. "There's nothing substantive in it at all." This major cable star was disgusted, you can feel quite sure about that!
To read about Sibley's birther lunacies, you can just click here. Also, his 2012 White House campaign!
Our view? It's great to have a cable star who's willing to express her disgust with all these unfounded speculations about this fellow Cruz. Why, she'll even hold the Enquirer up, in two separate segments, as a way of letting us know that we should all try not to read it.
In recent weeks, this cable star has been disgusted by that "SALACIOUS AUDIO" down in Alabama, where a red state governor may have "shtupped" another person without getting the cable star's permission. Wednesday night, she made it plain that she's also disgusted by this "salacious" material concerning Candidate Cruz.
It would be very unfair to Candidate Cruz if people believed all those rank speculations. This cable star was eager to tell us how inappropriate such unsourced material is.
The other stars ignore this stuff! Only one big star complains.