NewsBusters Podcast: 'Oppressed' Black Journalist Going Back to Africa
Sunday's Washington Post Magazine carried a cover story titled "Why I'm Leaving America" by Post reporter DeNeen Brown. "As a Black woman, I want freedom from oppression." She wants to "move among people who look like me," and not have to debate America's incurable racism.
Salacious Cosmopolitan Mag Fawns Over Kamala for 'Mental Health Issue'
The salacious women's magazine Cosmopolitan is trying to sound more serious in their latest edition -- it's called "The Mental Health Issue." The cover even promises "VP Kamala Harris on the Future of Mental Wellness -- And How We Get There." Cosmo editor-in-chief Jessica Giles rolled out the red carpet for the veep to share all the Biden-Harris talking points about how…
Rumble Slams Hate Mail From Cosmopolitan For Allowing Free Speech
The far-left outlet, Cosmopolitan, reached out to Rumble on Monday to ask for comment on allowing Andrew Tate, a popular and controversial social media influencer, on its platform. Hysterically, Rumble told it to look in the mirror.
Cosmopolitan Touts Model/Actress for Loving Sex Toys, Hating Labels
Cosmopolitan magazine’s July/August cover story says “Cara Delevingne ‘really’ wants to talk to you about sex toys.” Inside, a pull quote gushes “Cara is extremely, endearingly excited to TALK ABOUT VIBRATORS.” The British model is now a partner in a sex-toy business. It's a perfect match for sex-obsessed Cosmo.
Cosmo Cooks Up ‘Safe Way to Have Cannibalism Fetish’
You might need a strong stomach for this next story. Armie Hammer is in some hot water. Not literally, although, maybe he’d like to be boiled. You see, the actor is in trouble after allegations that some of his private messages involved sexual fantasies about cannibalism.
Obese is the New Thin: ‘Cosmo’ Mag Claims That Fat Women are ‘Healthy’
Sure, obesity may be one of the leading causes of death in America, but in our ridiculous era, pointing that out could prove fatal to the self-esteem of obese people and that’s more important.
Cornell: Peterson, Shapiro ‘Infect’ Users With Alt-Right Beliefs
A study from Cornell University claims YouTube channels that feature prominent conservative figures are “infecting” users with alt-right beliefs. “Auditing Radicalization Pathways on YouTube,” written by five academics, concluded that “channels in the Intellectual Dark Web (IDW) and the Alt-lite would be gateways to fringe far right ideology.” The study, released August 22, linked The Daily…