Referring to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh‘s accusers as “lying skanks” is one way to get a person axed from a Fox News gig.
“Feminists are their own worst enemies, and enemy of women,” Kevin Jackson wrote on Twitter, referring to Kavanaugh’s accusers. “Also, they want men to NEVER be believed. I’m not succumbing. TO HELL with the notion that women must be believed no matter what. Lying skanks is what these 3 women are, and we ALL know more.”
A follower lamented his firing from Fox News, saying, “Kevin, I agree with you, I’m sorry about the way it turned out with FOX, sometimes we have to take a ‘hit’ on our way up the steps.”
After Jackson was fired for offensive tweets, he burned some bridges on his way out of the network.
Two men in particular drew his ire — Ed Henry and The Five‘s Jesse Watters.
Jackson went on Joe Piscopo‘s radio program Monday and dragged Henry and Watters into the mud.
According to Mediaite, Jackson somehow defended Bill Cosby, blaming his jail time on some “lefty feminist crap.”
Then he went after Henry and Watters.
“Ed Henry was hanging out with strippers while he was married,” Jackson said.
Which, of course, is mostly true.
Henry left his White House beat and the network in 2016 after the news became public that he’d had an affair with a Las Vegas stripper. After about four months of a self-reflective time off, he returned to the network in another role.
Jackson didn’t pass on the chance to take a dig at Watters, who is getting a divorce after allegedly being unfaithful to his wife with a Fox News producer. At the time, which was back in March, Newsweek reported that the producer has since moved from his show to “Ingraham Angle” hosted by Laura Ingraham.
“Jesse Watters, who just recently divorced his wife, or is in the process, and he’s hanging out with some young chick that he did.”
The Mirror sought comment from Jackson through a convoluted website system that lets you send his majesty a request in writing. I’d be totally shocked if he actually got back to me or if he ever even gets the message.
Jackson has a radio program that airs weekdays from 12 to 3 p.m.
His bio has a warning of sorts for listeners: “If you like a heapin’ helpin’ of sarcasm and humor from a guy who learned to speak ‘LibTurd’ as a child, then this show is for you.”