Newser writes that ESPN reporter Britt McHenry wasn’t happy with the employee of a tow truck company, and decided to criticize her education, career, weight and teeth.
Does this reflect the quality of employees hired by ESPN?
McHenry’s insults in April included “I’m in the news, sweetheart, I will f*cking sue this place,” “That’s why I have a degree and you don’t. I wouldn’t work in a scumbag place like this” and “it makes my skin crawl even being here.”
McHenry goes on to ask the clerk of the tow truck company, “Do you feel good about your job? So I could be a college dropout and do the same thing?” The insults then get even more personal with the ESPN reporter telling the clerk “maybe if I was missing some teeth they would hire me, huh?” and “lose some weight baby girl.”
McHenry has since apologized on Twitter and was suspended for one week by the company.
Recently, a video surfaced of an onset meltdown by Dennis Quaid.
According to Variety: “In the expletive-laden tirade, seemingly captured on a crew member’s phone, Quaid takes someone to task for walking onto set and interrupting his line, before an off-camera speaker tries to calm him down. ‘Don’t f—ing ‘Dennis’ me, I am doing my job here, I’m a pro! This is the most unprofessional set I have ever been on,’ Quaid retorts, hurling a few more insults before apparently storming off set.”
Entertainment Weekly claims the rant was fake, but Jimmy Kimmel wasn’t behind it.
It came from the comedy outlet Funny or Die.
Apparently, Mark Levin gets paid to go on rants about Latinos and television host Jorge Ramos…
Jorge Ramos Ávalos is a Mexican journalist and author based in Miami, Florida. He anchors the Univision news television program Noticiero Univision, Al Punto, and the Fusion TV English-language program America with Jorge Ramos.
Media Matters video.
Alex Jones often has epic meltdowns. A.J. is probably off on this one.
Here he discusses net neutrality, comparing the President with Hitler and Stalin and comparing the FCC with the mafia.
According to Kyle Kulinski:
“Alex Jones is the latest right-wing broadcaster to completely misrepresent net neutrality, telling ‘Infowars’ viewers this week that President Obama’s support for net neutrality will lead to big government tyranny.”
Secular Talk video.