NEWS.COM PUBLISHES POLLS ON CLEVELAND'S GIGOLOS FOR A STORY ON TRUMP'S CONVENTION
Four-time Walkley Award winning political commentator and Churchill Fellow, has returned to the fray over concern that the integrity of news dissemination is continually being threatened by a partisan media.
I must have a different brand of TV from the news.com staff because I thought the GOP Convention was one of the best ever, and I have seen lots. But if Left media can’t find anything interesting to write about a concerned bloke who financed himself to a Presidential nomination without a mote of political experience then I guess it’s best to give the local hookers a call to see if there’s been a spike in business.
This so called journo genius took the plan one step further and called the male hookers, yep the gigolos, for some dirty figures he could attach to the GOP’s Cleveland Convention.
Australia’s news.com. who is always on the lookout for some seriously grubby journalism, decided to lift this story from New York tabloids:
It’s been a great week for gay escorts in Cleveland.
"There’s one group of sex workers who’ve reported a big spike in trade thanks to the Republican National Convention.
"Male prostitutes contacted by the paper said business is booming and Republican National Convention attendees — most of them married — are clamouring for their services.
“Business has never been better. I’ve seen 10 clients so far,” one male escort said.
“Most of them were first-timers. You could tell they were nervous, but once they became more comfortable, they seemed to be having a good time.”
Another escort said he had already earned $1,600 since Monday — over six times the amount he usually makes.
“I normally only make $200 to $300, but I’ve been seeing lots of guys in hotels downtown,” he said, noting the boom in business is near the GOP Convention.
“The clientele has been mostly married white men between the ages of 40 and 50”, said another escort who’s seen eight johns so far.
[I’d say the gigolos would have had a fair sprinkling of middle aged female delegates too, but the seriously grubby journo didn’t asked about that and anyway the gay thing is a far more saucy story.
[News.com followed up the story in a fit of pious sanctimony the next day with, “...voters should expect a bloody, six-month clash of the titans between Trump and Clinton — replete with vicious name-calling, a swamp’s worth of mudslinging and billions of dollars of ugly negative ads on radio and TV.]
How ugly that would that be compared to branding Republicans as clients of gay hookers? I wonder if news.com will run a similar gay hookers story embroiling Democrat delegates at Hillary’s Convention next week... Hmmm... nup, don't think so.
And despite proper polling indicating Trump and his family were a roaring success, news.com topped it all off with an endless array of anti Trump stories, one after the other including the following:
DONALD Trump promised “the truth, and nothing else” in his convention speech today. He broke that promise.
DONALD Trump’s big speech was polarising to say the least. Much of America has reacted to it with fury - and horror. (That's not only misleading, it's an outright lie as focus groups were spellbound by the Convention.)
BEING on the ground at the Republican convention meant I overheard some crazy one-liners from Trump supporters.
[And the media wonders why it is despised and disregarded as an objective form of news?]