Yes, athletes DO talk like Donald Trump does in the locker room, according to Kristin Cavallari.
Cavallari should know. She is the wife of Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler. I gotta imagine she’s heard plenty of things that athletes talk about in the locker room. She’s married to a football player. She’s probably been in a few locker rooms herself, seeing how she’s the wife of a football player.
The media says talking about women who will let you do anything with them when you’re rich and famous is describing sexual assault. As we’ve stated in our previous post, it is not. It is describing a type of woman known as a starf*cker. Plenty of them out there, folks. Whether Jake “Hack” Tapper has encountered any men who talk this way or Michelle Obama is clueless about starf*ckers, they do exist.
The media went to several athletes to ask them if they talk the way Trump did in their locker rooms, the most prominent one being LeBron James. LeBron said no, what Trump did was just ‘trash talk.” OK. Whether you choose to believe him is up you. If you’re gullible or misinformed enough to buy that crap, I don’t know what to tell you.
What is being left out of the narrative and off of CNN, etc. is the plenty of athletes who say, “Yeah, they do talk like that. I’ve talked like that. I’ve heard plenty of my fellow athletes talk like that. Trump is correct.” You don’t hear that.
Athletes engage in vulgar talk about not only women, but their fellow athletes. Remember Richie Incognito? Richie made the news a couple years ago when he was accused by teammate Jonathan Martin of “bullying.” 350 pound millionaire football players were bullying each other. You wanna talk about describing sexual assault? I believe it was alleged that Incognito had threatened to go to Martin’s house and rape his sister.
But of course, the media doesn’t bring that back up. Anderson Cooper and the rest of the liberal hacks don’t talk about those locker rooms. They only talk about locker rooms like LeBron James describes, where they don’t engage in such reprehensible language. The liberal hacks also don’t talk about Denver Broncos cornerback Aqib Talib, who said “There’s a lot of locker room comments, man. We talk about everything here. Trump may fit in if he came in here. Who knows?”
The latest person to chime in on the locker room banter conversation is Kristin Cavallari. Of course, CNN isn’t reporting on it, nor is any of the NBC-affiliated liberal media outlets. You are never going to hear about the reports that counter what people like LeBron James are claiming.
That’s why I’ve said over and over again that the right needs to have an opposition channel that counters what people like Anderson Cooper, Don Lemon, Wolf Blitzer and Rachel Maddow are saying, or the Republican Party is doomed forever. Forget about Fox News. Rupert Murdoch’s kids are running things, and they booted the man who made it what it once was, or tried to be. I am, of course, talking about Roger Ailes, who was shown the door because he sexually assaulted Gretchen Carlson with his words. The Fox media empire as a whole is anything but conservative. Just look at their programming and it’s obvious that everything about them leans to the left.
When women go on CNN and make assertions about Donald Trump and the hacks who interview these women describe things that Trump did that are highly questionable, there is nobody there to refute them. They interview these women, and then convene a panel that is comprised of a false Republican like Ana Navarro and maybe a couple of Trump supporters who are paid by the network, like Jeffrey Lord or Scottie Nell Hughes, neither of whom want to rock to boat too much, because they know their jobs are hanging by a thread and will probably be finished once the election is over. The rest are liberal hacks like Van Jones and Paul Begala, Anderson Cooper and a couple others. The right is always outnumbered by the left.
There is no refute of the questionable assertions by the women on Trump that Anderson Cooper interviews, because the ones who are on his side get shouted down, because the Trump supporters aren’t speaking as loudly because they want to hang on to their jobs as long as they are going to last.
So nobody on CNN will bring up Ritchie Incognito, Aqib Talib, and now Kristin Cavallari. Whose husband is Jay Cutler. Who says, “Yeah, athletes do talk like that in the locker room. My husband has told me they do. I’ve heard them talk that way myself. I’ve heard other women talk that way as well.”
This is verbatim what Cavallari said in an interview with SiriusXM’s Taylor Strecker on Thursday: “I actually do think that guys do talk like that. They do. However, obviously as a woman, as a mother, no, I don’t want to hear that. However, guys are kind of sleazy and they do talk about that stuff; some of my girlfriends talk like that.”
Of course, Anderson Cooper, Hack Tapper or anyone at CNN won’t bring this up, because it’s actually true, and it doesn’t fit their narrative and their objective, which is to deflect attention away from the Wikileaks emails and damaging comments made by Hillary Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta and Hillary herself. The Clinton News Network has been given their marching orders and they follow them to the tee, however hypocritical and ludicrous they may seem. The couple of Trump supporters who are paid by the network are told not to push back that hard or risk losing their jobs.
Hell, Tom Brady wouldn’t even answer the question. When reporters tried to bring up the Trump locker room comments, he just smiled and walked away. You could say that meant he wasn’t endorsing Trump’s behavior, or you could also say he wasn’t full of BS like LeBron James or anyone else who claims that athletes don’t engage in vulgar, lewd locker room talk. Because it happens, and they all know it. Aqib Talib knows it, Richie Incognito and Jonathan Martin know it, and Jay Cutler and his wife Kristin Cavallari know it.
People hear what they want to hear. They believe what they want to believe. Donald Trump talking about starf*ckers on a bus is not describing sexual assault. It is locker room talk, something all men and women do now, whether they are running for president 11 years from now or not.
End of story.
From 10-14-16 episode of The Rob Zicari Show LIVE 7-10pm M-F