Right-Wing Host Tries to Discredit ‘Fire & Fury’ Author By Calling Him Gay

Right-Wing Host Tries to Discredit ‘Fire & Fury’ Author By Calling Him Gay

Because the year 2018 is apparently as sophisticated as a grade school playground, a conservative radio host has decided to clap back at Fire and Fury author, Michael Wolff by … calling him gay

According to Right Wing Watch, conservative commentator Gavin McInnes said Michael Wolff has a “gay face” and is probably a “closeted gay” and sociopath.

Does he need a trampoline to help with that leap?

In a video broadcast captured by Right Wing Watch, McInnes gets catty with Wolff over his Fire & Fury book.

“Why are we assuming that Michael Wolff is good at his job? Have you ever seen Michael Wolff?” McInnes says. “Now, this isn’t a fact, this is just my theory, but he has a gay face. And there’s nothing wrong with being gay, obviously. Chadwick Moore is a wonderful gay, so is Milo Yiannopoulos, but he appears to be a closeted gay and my experience with them is that they tend to be sociopaths.”

McInnes, who sports a well-coiffed beard, talks about people on the internet and seems to know a lot about closeted homosexuals, added: “They have a lot of bottled up sexual rage and they want revenge on the world. I don’t trust these stories.”

McInnes then investigates a picture of Wolff and thinks that his pocket square makes him gay.

“I mean, it’s the lips. That kind of a pocket square, I wear it sometimes. I have slept with hundreds of women. So you have to either be a pimp, or a pussy,” McInnes said.

“Seriously, though. Look at his demeanor. Am I crazy? Does that look like a closeted gay man to you? Only black guys and me can get away with that kind of color scheme.”

It kinda seems like the person fixated on pocket squares and Wolff’s lips is McInnes? Just saying.

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  1. Dunder
    January 07, 13:26 Reply

    I listened sometimes to Gavin on Rebel media. I don’t know what he is up to now since leaving but even though I disagree with many of his views, I like to hear from both sides as most is not all media organizations have chosen sides in this tug of war called politics- even those claiming to be fair and balanced are rarely so. The best way to deal with OAPs is to be objective. Even if Wolff is the most sociopathic, closeted and swinging-from-the chandeliers orgy loving rabidly sexual gray specimen roaming the earth, an attempt at an ad hominem attack is not an argument. He has made claims in his book. If you can’t refute them, attempting to soil his image only suggests that he may be right after all.

    Secondly, I don’t like failed insults. Maybe its the Nigerian or Yoruba in me but please, if you are going o clap back, come correct. What is this rubbish of mistaking a person’s being gay as an insult? It’s like insulting someone for being female can only work if the person you are beefing feels bad for being a woman. For that kind of “insult” now, you have to watch your own self for like lest you are caught with a limp wrist.

    Lastly, someone not revealing their sexuality is their prerogative. Many journalists do this so their own stories don’t get in the way of the ones they are trying to tell. The doubtful anecdote that such people are malevolent is like saying schizophrenics are dangerous because you saw some old movie on the topic. Refute his book’s claims or show the stats on how closeted gays in Iran, Nigeria or hinterland USA are killing everyone from their murderous closets. How many closeted gay men/ women are coming out to Gavin for him to draw his conclusions? I guess he is just being entertaining like old times. For right/conservative leaning views stewed in facts, there are other voices that do more than play to the gallery.

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