Afternoon Mirror: Hate Mail Galore

Betsy Rothstein | Reporter

Quote of the Day:

“Underage sexting pervert & Hillary inner circle member Anthony Weiner faces two years in jail.” 

Paul Joseph Watson, InfoWars Editor-at-Large.

CNN’s Ana Navarro bitches about Trump’s UN Speech 

“Oh good Lord. Somebody did tell Trump this was the United Nations not one of his rallies, right?” — Ana Navarro, political analyst, CNN.

MSNBC “Morning Joe” self-celebration is a lot to take in  

A Mirror reader DM’ed me to say: “MJ anniversary episode today was interesting. Lots of self love and adoration. If there was a mirror, Joe would have made out with himself in it.”

NYT‘s Glenn Thrush quits Twitter evokes backlash 

Hey guys! I’ve decided to keep my Twitter account. It’s a helpful distract from the fact that we’re all dying & in fact may die at any mo.” — Olivia Nuzzi, New York Mag.

Overheard in the Newsroom 

“It’s like a fucking fart in a hurricane…” — Anonymous.

Heard something weird or funny in your newsroom? Write me about it. Betsy@DailyCaller.com. 

CNN’s Oliver Darcy reveals Breitbartians talking on Slack 

“As of now, everyone is working on the Alabama race,” Washington Political Editor Matthew Boyle wrote on the company’s Slack channel.

Read the whole delicious thing here.

Famous movie writer’s neighbor was alleged victim of domestic abuse 

“Police & ambulance outside tonight. Female neighbor, victim of domestic abuse. Refused to go to hospital cuz she ‘can’t afford it.’ America!” — Randi Mayem Singer, screenwriter, Mrs. Doubtfire. Her pinned tweet is… “Dear Steve Bannon, if you leak the pee tape or the n-word tape via Breitbart, we all promise to stop photoshopping extra sores on your face.”

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David Hookstead is editor of The Daily Caller‘s “The Smoke Room.”

Just a thought. David Hookstead covered some good ground with Tim Kennedy; however, I’d encourage him to have more enthusiasm or chutzpah. Such great guests and topics require they interviewer to appear engaged and excited. Sadly, David seemed bored. Thank you for the news you bring, DC.

Regards,
Mrs. Stark

SHOCKER: Clay Travis gets vicious hate mail for his ‘boobs’ remark 

“Pam seems nice.” — Travis, sports journo, formerly with Fox Sports.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The name of Laura Inghram‘s new 10 p.m. show on Fox News: “The Ingraham Angle.”

Dating advice…

“Not to prude-shame but if he doesn’t eat pussy dump him immediately.” — Eve Peyser, politics writer, VICE.

Tucker Carlson throws shade at WaPo media writer Erik Wemple in a GQ profile 

“He devoted several shows this spring to two teenage immigrants who had allegedly raped a 14-year-old girl in the bathroom of a high school in Rockville, Maryland: “The Rockville rape atrocity may have been a rude awakening for some government officials that sometimes when foreign countries send their people here, they are not sending their very best,” said Carlson, echoing a Trump applause line.”

“When the charges against the boys were dropped, Erik Wemple, a media reporter for The Washington Post, asked Carlson if he planned to do an on-air apology. He never did. ‘Tucker is always looking to arrange facts and rumors to make it appear far more egregious than it ever was,’ Wemple said, ‘and that’s just his game. He’s a great polemical gladiator.’ When I ask Carlson about Wemple, he deflects with a dose of Tucker Disassociation Syndrome: ‘Erik Wemple? I don’t know the name. I don’t think Erik Wemple is a real name.'”

Read the whole profile here.

Hillary Clinton ups her TV fashion game 

She actually wore something decent for her appearance on CBS’s Stephen Colbert show Tuesday night.

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Hollywood filmmaker goes off on Paul Manafort

“Wiretapped Manafort faces indictment. The mentally ill lying racist misogynist childish bully can’t tweet his way out of this.” — Rob Reiner.

CNN’s Cillizza has zero sense of humor about Spicer’s Emmy appearance 

CNN’s Chris Cillizza, who writes a No Point newsletter for CNN called “The Point,” doesn’t think former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer‘s goof at the Emmys was very funny.

This should come as no surprise, considering that Cillizza, a folksy DC newsman brand, doesn’t often have a sense of humor about anything. And this just gives him a dumb reason to go off on a morally superior rant about how unfunny Spicer showing up on a Melissa McCarthy podium was.

The annoying thing about Cillizza is you could see his “This Sean Spicer thing isn’t funny” talking point coming a mile away.

Which actually makes the whole thing funnier.

Read here. But no laughing allowed.

Nerd alert 

“Have a post for a very particular type of nerd coming up. Stay tuned.” — Philip Bump, WaPo.

Want to work at The Weekly Standard?

 

WaPo reporter in search of Trump’s failures 

A reporter texts The Mirror

To comment about liberal WaPo columnist Dana Milbank Sunday story about how President Trump is literally killing him.  Milbank wrote about his increasingly high blood pressure and a recent doctor’s appointment that didn’t go so well.

“Go on a diet, you pudgy, middle-aged man,” the reporter wrote.

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