Television host Whoopi Goldberg is still suspended for her comments regarding the Holocaust. “The View” announced it was sidelining Goldberg for two weeks amid public outrage.
Recently, Jewish-American broadcaster Steve Malzberg reacted to Goldberg’s suspension on his “Eat the Press” show on the RT American platform.
Malzberg said there was a breaking point for Goldberg’s comments, but she crossed the line of acceptability when she said, “Blacks, whites, and Jews, eat each other.”
“There are so many problems with that; I’ll just keep it simple,” Malzberg said. “Blacks, whites, Jews, Italians, may all eat each other, but they don’t throw each other into gas chambers and ovens as part of the final solution in an attempt to wipe out what was referred to as an inferior race.”
About two out of every three Jews living in Europe before the war were killed in the Holocaust. When World War II ended in 1945, six million European Jews died.
Malzberg told his audience that Goldberg is “not an anti-Semite, just a fool.” Malzberg used Gina Carano, former star of The Mandalorian, as an example of the hypocrisy that exists in Hollywood.
Carano was fired from the show last year after sharing a post on social media implying that being a Republican today is “like being Jewish during the Holocaust.”
“To me, both ladies made similar comments, so why was one fired and Whoopi not?” Malzberg asked. “Whoopi take your two weeks paid vacation and shut up, or better yet quit; I dare you.”
Ryan Hedrick works for WIBC in Indianapolis as a Morning News Anchor/Digital Content Producer. Prior to moving to Indy, he served as Assistant Program Director and Co-Host of the Morning News Express at WFMD. His career also includes stints at News Talk 103.7 FM in Chambersburg, PA, Sirius XM in Washington D.C., WBEN in Buffalo, NY, and WIBW-AM in Topeka KS where he earned the Kansas Association of Broadcasters (KAB) award for Major Market enterprise reporting in 2016. To connect with Ryan, find him on Twitter @SureToCover.
Chris Cuomo: ‘Crime Is More Newsworthy Than Politics’
“Why? Because crime is almost always dealing with regular people, regular dynamics in the world, and outcomes that matter.“
NewsNation’s Chris Cuomo is using his podcast, The Chris Cuomo Project, to jump into other news topics that don’t only include politics.
In a recent episode, Cuomo had a Q&A with his listeners, who left questions for him to answer. One wanted the former CNN host to avoid crime-related news topics and stick to politics.
While answering the listener’s remark, he noted that crime news far outweighs what comes out of the political sphere. The reason? Oftentimes, in political news, normal everyday people aren’t at the center of the story.
“Crime is more newsworthy than politics,” Cuomo said. “Seven times out of 10. Why? Because crime is almost always dealing with regular people, regular dynamics in the world, and outcomes that matter.
“Someone died, something’s being stolen, [and] rights are being violated. There’s a system that we have to check to make sure that there is the right administration of justice [and] that it’s fair… Things are made up and hyped up in politics.”
CNN Surprises New Hampshire College Officials with GOP Primary Debate Venue
“Such a debate announcement breached the RNC debate rules.”
CNN will be hosting two Republican primary debates next month, and one of the locations will be at St. Anselm College in Goffstown, New Hampshire, on Jan. 21. However, this announcement caught one college official by surprise.
An official from Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire expressed surprise at being chosen as CNN’s venue for the pre-primary debate.
Neil Levesque, executive director of the New Hampshire Institute of Politics and Political Library at the college, wrote on X, that the CNN debate was one “we had not planned or booked.”
“Such a debate announcement breached the RNC debate rules,” Levesque added. “We have and will continue to work with the Republican Party on debates.”
Furthermore, Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire will be the hosting location for another debate. ABC News, WMUR-TV, and Saint Anselm stated they had scheduled a debate three nights earlier, on Jan. 18.
“We can’t speak to any miscommunication within Saint Anselm, but we are moving forward with our plans to host a debate in New Hampshire on Jan. 21,” a CNN spokesperson said.
Fox News’ Jimmy Failla Launching New Book on Cancel Culture
“This book is a permission slip to not care anymore.”
FOX Across America host Jimmy Failla will launch a new book in late January in hopes he can help make America fun again.
Fox News Books is publishing Failla’s upcoming book, “Cancel Culture Dictionary: An A to Z Guide to Winning the War on Fun,” which focuses on the outrage culture that exists in society.
“The reason we titled the book ‘Cancel Culture Dictionary’ is because we wanted to chronologize — that’s a big word for me — all of the major things that have been canceled since this became a thing and the advent of social media and explain how, despite all the hype and hysteria, nothing in the world has changed for the better,” Failla told Fox News Digital.
Failla believes cancel culture has become more about personal gain and power than progress. He feels people don’t know the difference between a joke and a hate crime these days, but Failla hopes his book can help right the ship.
“The people behind cancel culture are basically deploying weaponized censorship,” Failla added. “And they’re not censoring things because they’re offended. They’re censoring things because there’s a currency that comes with saying you’re offended.
“This book is a permission slip to not care anymore. That’s what I’m doing. I’m giving the reader a permission slip for society to basically hit rewind and go back to this place where we didn’t spend our lives looking for something to get mad at. If you die tomorrow, you’re going to wish you had more fun.”
“Cancel Culture Dictionary” is available for preorder now and hits stores on January 30th.