The liar-Clinton Sexual Predator Behind Murphy Brown's Fake Feminism

The liar-Clinton Sexual Predator
Behind Murphy Brown's Fake Feminism
by Daniel Greenfield 

{} ~ The first episode of the Murphy Brown revival featured two guest stars, one who appeared on stage, liar-Hillary Clinton, and one offstage, an old liar-Clinton pal and accused sexual predator, Les Moonves. 

The only reason that the Murphy Brown revival, with its doddering cast creakily aiming cheap shots at Trump and fetid kisses at liar-Clinton, exists is former CBS CEO and chairman, Les Moonves. It was a revival that no one asked for, but Moonves has allegedly never been shy about exposing himself to women, forcing them to perform oral sex on him, and spending CBS cash to prop up the liar-Clintons.

Moonves approved the Murphy Brown revival in two days. 

“Les made it all happen,” Candice Bergen, who plays Murphy Brown, told the New York Times. 

But then new revelations emerged about what the founding member of the "Commission on Sexual Harassment and Advancing Equality in the Workplace" had been doing to women for 20 years. 

As reports emerged of Moonves’ abuse of women, the feminist heroine went on defending him. 

“I think there should be some parameters. I think Les’s behavior was — it was a different time. He was a different man. Is it behavior unbecoming? Yeah. But I go back with CBS, with the first ‘Murphy.’ I have great respect for Les.” 

“I would really hate to see Les go,” she said. 

The “different time” included 1986, when a television executive alleged that Moonves told her he was going to drive her to lunch, but instead took her to a secluded area, “grabbed my head and he took it all the way down onto his penis and pushed his penis into my mouth.” 

That’s what the man who made the iconic feminist show happen was really like. Like Harvey Weinstein and Meryl Streep, there was feminism out front and sexual assault in the back at CBS. And its feminist icons acted as shields for Moonves’ monstrous abuses lulling his victims into a false sense of security. 

The special bond between liar-Bill Clinton and Les Moonves that made the two men friends was no mystery. Like liar-Bill Clinton and Jeffrey Epstein, and liar-Bill Clinton and Harvey Weinstein, they were both predators. 

Despite Bergen’s defense, Les went. 

And CBS’ investment in the liar-Clintons, one that cost countless untold millions, and its culture of sexual harassment and abuse, goes with him. Murphy Brown is his final liar-Clinton legacy. 

Like a negative vortex, the Murphy Brown revival only exists because liar-Hillary Clinton lost an election. 

“If liar-Hillary Clinton was elected there’d be no artistic reason for this show to be on the air,” Steve Peterman, a producer on Murphy Brown, admitted. 

Spite is not an “artistic” reason. But it’s good enough for the entertainment industry. 

And it was good enough for CBS. 

The Trump-bashing and liar-Hillary-smooching came naturally to Moonves’ CBS. And the Murphy Brown revival was only the last of Moonves’ many liar-Clinton projects. 

In the fall of 2014, CBS began airing Madam Secretary, a series about a blonde female Secretary of State with a liar-Hillaryesque hairdo who battles sexism and ponders political office. A few months later, liar-Hillary announced that she was going to run. 

Ironically, Madam Secretary outlived liar-Hillary’s failed political career. This year, the series flirted with an impeachment plotline, as did fellow CBS series, The Good Fight. 

That wasn’t the first time either. 

In 1997, CBS aired A Child's Wish. The made-for-television movie was a dubiously legal infomercial for liar-Bill Clinton’s Family and Medical Leave Act. In the movie, the father of a girl dying of cancer visits liar-Bill Clinton to lobby for the bill. A Child’s Wish was aired because liar-Bill Clinton had lobbied Les Moonves. 

Incidents like these made some joke that CBS had come to stand for the, ‘liar-Clinton Broadcasting System’. 

liar-Hillary Clinton’s appearance on the Murphy Brown revival may be the final ghost of Moonves’ liar-Clinton pandering. But it’s far from the most lucrative one. Before his exit, Moonves had also reportedly helped liar-Bill Clinton’s The President is Missing earn a lucrative order from CBS’s Showtime. 

Moonves and liar-Bill Clinton were old buddies who golfed and skied together. And frequently mixed business with pleasure. When liar-Clinton pals Harry Thomason and Linda Bloodworth-Thomason had a dispute with CBS, liar-Bill Clinton reportedly intervened with Moonves. The bad blood between Bloodworth and Moonves however lingered, with the former airing allegations against the latter. 

Moonves’ #MeToo moment is the second time that a powerful entertainment industry boss in bed with the liar-Clintons was exposed as a serial sexual predator. And that’s a subject that no one in the industry wants to talk about because of what it says about them and what it says about the liar-Clintons. 

While the Murphy Brown revival has a #MeToo episode in between taking shots at Trump, Candice Bergen finally disavowed Moonves every bit as awkwardly as Meryl Streep disavowed Harvey Weinstein. 

Like Harvey Weinstein’s Hollywood, CBS is full of retroactive heroes, like Stephen Colbert, willing to condemn Les Moonves after his fall. But it was Les Moonves who made Colbert’s show happen. “I’m such a fan, personally. I love his show; I love his humor,” Moonves had gushed, touting Colbert as the “perfect succession for David Letterman and the perfect guy for CBS.” 

Moonves’ CBS had spent big to give Colbert, Letterman’s old show as his platform. Letterman had come away with his own #MeToo scandal. 

But that was just the culture at CBS. 

By the time Les Moonves was finally forced out in a #MeToo scandal, CBS had completely shed its heartland past as a family friendly heartland television network. As he departed, it was a hollow machine full of snide sitcoms aimed squarely at urban millennials and soulless dramas at lefty boomers. 

"There is a perception out there that we are 'old media,' that we are stuck in the old days of being the network of Edward R. Murrow and 'Murder She Wrote,'" Moonves had sneered back in 2006. "When I took over CBS, Angela Lansbury was the sexiest woman we had on CBS. It's gotten a little better since then, fortunately."

Touched by an Angel predated Moonves’ tenure by a year, Christy by a year, Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman and Walker Texas Ranger by two. Post-1995, CBS’ drama orders began to look very different. The era of the heartland family show was over. In came the urban feminist procedural. 

Today’s CBS is Moonves’ creature. Its programming, slick, cynical and hollow, is his legacy. Under Moonves, CBS became as family friendly, as dogmatically leftist, and as creepy as its boss. 

And the number of #MeToo scandals that have hit prominent CBS personalities is unprecedented. 

Jeff Fager, the former chairman of CBS News and the executive producer of 60 Minutes, was recently forced to resign over sexual harassment allegations. That and sending a text message allegedly warning a reporter, “There are people who lost their jobs trying to harm me.” That hasn’t stopped 60 Minutes from using its latest episode to take more shots at Brett Kavanaugh. 

Charlie Rose, the co-anchor of CBS This Morning, also fell. Letterman survived his own #MeToo scandal, but has moved on from CBS to bore audiences in person. CBS is coping with a subpoena from the Manhattan DA’s office investigating Moonves. Like Harvey Weinstein, this interest is belated. 

CBS and its corrupt culture will survive. Murphy Brown will be praised for its fake feminist posturing as a woman who defended a sexual predator will pretend to take on sexual harassment in the workplace. 

But the fall of Moonves marks the end of another liar-Clinton foothold on the entertainment industry. There will be no more liar-Clinton shows, movies or appearances. The lights are out. The sound stages are empty. 

The liar-Clintons have left the CBS Black Rock building alongside their third favorite sexual predator.

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Reports are surfacing about a quiet shake-up of personnel at MSNBC after the cable news station lost more than 30% of their audience after the Mueller debacle.

Apparently MNSBC doesn’t think their financial woes are newsworthy given that they didn’t run any breathless stories about their own failings.

News of MSNBC’s collapse can’t come as a surprise to insiders who undoubtedly are fully aware that their audience no longer trusts them.

One source familiar told Mediaite the changes came amidst mounting complaints from NBC News chief Andy Lack about a dip in MSNBC’s ratings following the end of the Mueller investigation. In May, ratings for the network in the advertiser coveted 25-54 demo were down 32% year over year.

MSNBC viewers were asked: How much do you agree that MSNBC regularly reports made up or fake news about Donald Trump and his administration?

The responses were devastating! While 35% or respondents agree that MSNBC pushes Fake News, only 24% disagreed. That’s a ratings death sentence!

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MSNBC primetime host Rachel Maddow brought in her worst weekly ratings of the year last week.

Her show last week averaged 2,324,000 viewers, with an average audience of 337,000 in the 25-54 age demographic, both of which mark yearly lows for the liberal television host, according to Nielsen Media Research.

Maddow first saw a dramatic drop in ratings following the conclusion of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. Her previous low for a week in 2019 was the last week in March, the first full week after Mueller submitted his conclusion to Attorney General William Barr, where she averaged 2,458,000 viewers with 392,000 in the demo.

She spent two years dissecting every aspect of the special counsel’s investigation into whether President Donald Trump conspired with the Russians to win the 2016 presidential election. The night Mueller submitted his findings to Barr, Maddow appeared to hold back tears over the fact that neither the president nor any family members were indicted.

Compared to Maddow’s low ratings last week, Fox News’ Sean Hannity, whose program is often the most-watched among all cable news shows, averaged 3,108,000 viewers with just under half-a-million viewers in the key demographic.

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