Rubio and his neocon base are retaliating against the recent “Rubio’s gay past” reports.
The Daily Beast, a worthless and extremely slanted website that represents a bëte noire of political insider journalism, has come out swinging against websites that reported Marco Rubio’s all-but-certain gay past as a teen and college student in south Florida.
The Daily Beast’s editor is John Avlon, a political hack who has taken swipes against WMR and its editor on CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” a ratings-tanking program, which he briefly hosted.
Avlon takes pleasure in the fact that his wife, Margaret Hoover, is the GOP neocon great-granddaughter of President Herbert Hoover, the creator of World War I veterans’ homeless camps known as “Hoovervilles” and the man whose ineptness brought about the Great Depression of the last century. No one represents the establishment Republican Party more than Margaret Hoover.
The Beast is owned by IAC/InterActiveCorp of New York City, with Joey Levin serving as its CEO. The website is so “inside,” and not in a complimentary way, that it has Chelsea Clinton on its board of directors. What could be wrong with a web publication tied by family links to the infamous Herbert Hoover and past president “Slick Willy” Clinton and his wife, the coronation-hungry Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Essentially, one would have received less biased news from Pravda during the Soviet era or China’s People’s Daily than one receives today from a flack publication like The Daily Beast.
It is also noteworthy that IAC has contributed to the campaigns of Democrats such as Ron Wyden of Oregon, Zoe Lofgren and Howard Berman of California, and Bobby Scott of Virginia. Ironically, IAC, which has launched several broadsides against GOP front runner Donald Trump, donated to the campaign of Rep. Duncan Hunter of California. Hunter recently endorsed Trump for the GOP nomination.
In its latest spewing of venom, the Beast blamed “white supremacists” for being behind the Rubio gay past stories. Reporter Asawin Suebsaeng — the Beast prefers to hire reporters with names that could have come from a list of H1B visa holders in the United States (Maajid Nawaz, Dean Obeidallah, Anna Nemtsova, e.g. ) — cited the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer as the major source for the Rubio gay stories.
The Beast article also claimed that after Alex Jones’s Prison Planet and InfoWars ran the Rubio story other “fringe” sites began to pile on. For the information of the Beast and its foreign hire staff, WayneMadsenReport.com was the first to highlight Rubio’s gay past in South Beach, Miami.
Suebsaeng also questioned the opinions of two African-American sisters, whose YouTube commentaries generate massive hits, for referring to a Rubio story that happened to be advanced by a “white supremacist” website.
The two North Carolina sisters, who support Trump, said instead of taking up Rubio’s challenge to Google Trump and discover his hiring practices they Googled Rubio and discovered several articles about his gay past. They called on Rubio to apologize to the gay community for his outwardly anti-gay rhetoric.
Only in the Beast’s myopic view of the planet, as seen from their high-rent office digs in Washington, DC and New York, could YouTube sisters Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway and Rochelle “Silk” Richardson (“Diamond and Silk”) have any links to white supremacist groups. But that has not stopped publications like the Beast and its ilk from accusing Donald Trump of supporting the Ku Klux Klan because former Klan leader David Duke, a charlatan known for headline grabbing, endorsed Trump on a video.
The Beast also managed to erroneously ascribe the original WMR report on Rubio and his gay South Beach past to a “conspiracy-theory-mongering site” called “Before It’s News.” In quoting from the site, the Beast never even explains what “WMR” stands for in the lifted text:
“Republican insiders have reported to WMR that Florida Senator and presidential candidate Marco Rubio was, as a high school and college student, known to be a very extroverted homosexual in both South Beach in Miami, a popular gay area, and at college in Gainesville, Florida.”
WMR has no affiliation with “Before It’s News,” one of the many websites that lift our content without permission. There has long been a belief in the web journalism community that fringe sites like Daily Stormer, Before It’s News, and others that also dabble in aliens, lizard people, and other woo woo content exist as part of the cognitive dissonance program advanced by Obama’s former chief propaganda officer, Cass Sunstein. What better way to diminish a news story than putting it up on a lunatic fringe site and then yell about the article being a fringe conspiracy theory.
When these sites re-publish articles from legitimate sources, without permission, which WMR would never give to any Nazi or alien reptile website, the basis of the original article is called into question. The Beast’s editors opted not to provide a direct link to our story because it might result in subscriptions for WMR resulting from clicks to their website. Therefore, they decided to be incorrect and traipse on plagiarism territory rather than be ethical, which is the way the Beast has always operated.
All of Rubio’s sycophants in the world of journalism, including the Beast and CNN, were not able to contain the Rubio gay story. In fact, at a campaign appearance in Dallas on the morning of February 26, Rubio called into question Trump’s manhood by suggesting he peed his pants during the Thursday night debate in Houston. One could then ask why Rubio was examining Trump’s crotch for signs of moisture in the first place to come up with such a notion.
Rubio’s fascination with Trump’s crotch did not end in Dallas. At a February 28 campaign appearance in Salem, Virginia, the Washington Examiner’s Tim Carney reported that Rubio said of Trump, “He’s 6’2 . . . which is why I don’t understand why he has hands the size of someone who’s 5’2. You know what they say about men with small hands.” Rubio appears to be an expert on the ratio of a man’s hand size to that of his penis.
Perhaps it comes from experience at South Beach foam parties, which WMR has now been told by knowledgeable sources, included Rubio engaging in mutual masturbation with other partially or fully naked men underneath the foam and out of the view of onlookers, which reportedly included a number of cheering women spectators. Rubio claims he met his wife, former Miami Dolphins cheerleader Jeanette Dousdebes, at one such foam party in South Beach in 1995.
It now would appear that New Jersey governor Chris Christie, who recently endorsed Trump, had more in mind when he said of Rubio before dropping out of the presidential race: “Let’s get the boy in the bubble out of the bubble.” It is clear that WMR’s initial report on Rubio at gay foam parties entered the presidential debate discourse without the major corporate media even paying attention.
The neocons desperately want Rubio or Mrs. Clinton in the White House. Both are owned-and-operated by the Netanyahu regime in Israel and its American lackeys. New York real estate magnate Trump knows where all the 9/11 bodies are buried in New York City. The neocons’ worst nightmare is that a President Trump might call together a new 9/11 commission, one not constrained by plants and “minders” being forced on the panel, as was the case with the original commission. A President Trump will result in a number of people peeing their pants but Trump won’t be among them.
Wayne Madsen is an investigative journalist who consistently exposes cover-ups from deep within the government. Want to be the first to learn the latest scandal? Go to WayneMadsenReport.com subscribe today!