Louis C.K. Is Doing Bits About His Sexual Misconduct Fallout Now

'I Lost $35 Million In An Hour'

Louis C.K. Is Now Using His Scandal For Comedy Fodder

Louis C.K. is back at work after spending a few months in comedy jail after an investigative report detailed his sexual misconduct.

The Louie star had not publicly addressed the allegations since his almost apologetic letter admitting he had in fact cornered women and masturbated in front of them.

Until last week.

The comic is now back on stage and reportedly doing bits about the fallout from his scandal.

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Comedy news site Laughspin reports he opened his drop-in set last week at the West Side Comedy Club by saying:

“It’s been a weird year.”

He immediately addressed the elephant in the room, or rather the ones likely to walk out, as he said:

“Good to be here even though some of you might not like me.”

A source who saw the show said he seemed more “confident” as he joked about going to “hell and back.”

He was also quoted as saying:

“I lost $35 million in an hour.”

We’re not sure if that’s an exaggeration, though he definitely lost tons of work as both a comedian and a writer-director.

But to be fair that hour was made up of many, many 30-second increments built up over several years, in which he kept making the decision to give women a lifetime of emotional torture from being the non-consensual participant in a sex act.

But sure, let’s round to an hour.

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Donald Trump Praised Robert E. Lee At Friday Night Ohio Rally — WTF??

Trump Loves Robert E. Lee

Why The Hell Did The President Spend Time Praising A Confederate War General?!

WTF is Donald Trump thinking?!

We realize that question never has an easy answer (zing!) but seriously, at a Friday night rally in Ohio, what the f**k was this?!

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As you can see in the video (below), Trump took his Ohio rally and turned it into some weird shrine to the Confederate military General Robert E. Lee for… no apparent reason:


WTF is that, Donald???

Twitter exploded reacting to the President’s absolutely moronic comments (below):




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This March For Our Lives Video Will Make You Cry — And Hopefully VOTE!


This Video Will Make You Cry -- And Hopefully VOTE!

These Parkland kids are not messing around.

As the midterms rapidly approach, the March For Our Lives campaign against gun violence has dropped its most powerful message yet.

It will make you sad, it will make you angry, and *hopefully* it will make you register to vote right now.

Watch (below):

WARNING: Sensitive Content

[Image via March For Our Lives/Twitter.]

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Twitter Reacts To Kanye’s WILD Meeting With Trump!


Twitter Reacts To Kanye & Trump's WILD Meeting

Kanye West‘s White House visit was even wilder than expected as he steamrolled over Donald Trump and ranted for nearly 10 minutes before taking questions.

Those watching — the ones who weren’t too flabbergasted to speak — had a lot to criticize.

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See the best responses to Ye’s Trump love fest, complete with sexism, racism, conspiracy theories, nonsense, and — oh yeah, his iPhone password (below):  (more…)

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Donald Trump Suggests Lunch With Kanye West Will Help Him Get Black Votes

Using YE?

Trump Suggests Lunch With Kanye Will Help Him Score Black Votes

Donald Trump and Kanye West both think they get something out of their unique “friendship.” Kanye gets to revolt against society’s expectations of him, while POTUS believes he gets more support from male African American voters.

The president gushed over his famous endorser in an interview with Fox & Friends on Thursday, doubling down on his claim that his poll numbers with African American men went “through the roof” since Kanye went MAGA.

Related: Alec Baldwin Says Black People ‘Love’ Him For His Trump Impression

Trump also spoke about his upcoming lunch with the Ghost Town rapper, noting that they plan to discuss prison reform and what can be done to make the city of Chicago less violent. He didn’t mention the fact that the midterm elections are just a few weeks away, but we’re sure Trump plans on bringing that up, too.

Like he said, Kanye’s the key to the black vote. You know the old saying: there’s no such thing as a free lunch with the President — especially when midterms are coming up!

Do U think the prez is using YE? Watch his interview (below) and skip to the 3:05 mark to hear him talk about Kanye.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Reflects On His Misconduct Accusations In The Age Of #MeToo

'I Stepped Over The Line'

Arnold Schwarzenegger Reflects On His Misconduct Accusations

Arnold Schwarzenegger faced sexual misconduct scandals long before the #MeToo movement.

In 2003, when he was running for governor of CALLEEFORNIA, he was accused by multiple women of having groped them without their consent. And he won anyway.

And somehow Donald Trump hates him. Huh.

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At the time, unlike Trump, Schwarzenegger owned up to his bad actions, apologizing for what he incorrectly thought at the time was “playful” behavior.

Now in the age of Time’s Up, he’s reflecting on that once again, telling Men’s Health:

“Looking back, I stepped over the line several times, and I was the first one to say sorry. I feel bad about it, and I apologize.

When I became governor, I wanted to make sure that no one, including me, ever makes this mistake. That’s why we took sexual harassment courses, to have a clear understanding, from a legal point of view and also from a regular-behavior point of view, of what is accepted and what is not.”

He also says he regrets calling his political opponents “girlie men” during the famous gubernatorial recall race:

“At the time it felt like the right thing to do. It was in my gut. I improvised it. I called them girlie men because they weren’t willing to take risks. They were afraid of everything. Politicians in general want to do little things so there’s no risk involved. But it was shortsighted. In the long term, it’s better to not say that, because you want to work with them.”

Surely he meant to say “and also because it’s reductive to women, who are no less capable of governing and legislating than men.” Surely.

As for what he would do were he in power now?

“Access for everyone to health care. And to get off the arms race and to get off Verschmutzung [polluting]. It’s inexcusable to have so much plastic floating around in the oceans.”

Is he sure he’s still a Republican??

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Navy Vet Mom Posts #HimToo Tweet & Her Son Shows Her Why It’s Backfiring!

'This Is MY Son'

Navy Vet Mom's #HimToo Tweet Backfires

Over the weekend, a mother apparently attempted to make her Navy veteran son the poster boy for #HimToo, the anti-#MeToo movement that stood against all the “radical feminists” scaring young men in America with their “false sexual allegations.”  

Unfortunately for her, #HimToo caught on — and quickly became Twitter’s newest favorite meme. 

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In the since-deleted post, Twitter user @BlueStarNavyMom3 shared a picture of her son Pieter Hanson in his uniform and wrote:

“This is MY son. He graduated #1 in boot camp. He was awarded the USO Award. He was #1 in A school. He is a gentleman who respects women. He won’t go on solo dates due to the current climate of false sexual accusations by radical feminists with an axe to grind. I VOTE. #HimToo”

The tweet went viral, but not in the way she hoped. Soon, thousands of memes mocking #HimToo flooded the interwebs, featuring men from Donald Trump Jr. to Pennywise from IT.

But the best response came from Pieter himself, who gently explained to the internet that he does not share his mother’s political views:

Parents just don’t understand… the meme-making capabilities of the internet.

Have a good laugh at the internet’s hilarious response to #HimToo (below).

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Woman Explains Why It’s Not A ‘Scary Time For Young Men In America’ — In SONG!

Sry, Trump!

Woman Sings About Why It’s Not A ‘Scary Time’ For Men

Now that some women are bravely coming forward with sexual assault allegations they’ve been holding onto for decades, d*ck-for-brains like Donald Trump think it’s “a scary time for young men in America.”

As a woman, dancer Lynzy Lab knows what BS that is. So, she wrote an eerily upbeat song explaining why it’s still a MUCH scarier time for women in America — like it always has been! Listen to her catchy, devastatingly accurate tune (above). 


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