Roosh is in the Honolulu Star Advertiser!!!

Kona

Crow
Gold Member
(and New York Times)

There's a retweet-type article in the Star Advertiser that directly quotes Roosh!!!!

Roosh Valizadeh, a writer and podcast host who supports the president, summed up the anger aimed at Fox by many on the right, saying, “As long as Tucker Carlson works for Fox News, he can’t be fully trusted.”

https://www.staradvertiser.com/2020...estion-a-trump-lawyer-the-backlash-was-quick/

It makes all conservatives sound like maniacs, but hey there's no such thing as bad publicity!

I'm sitting here happy as can be. Way to go!

Aloha!
 

Kona

Crow
Gold Member
Mahalo, but isn't that the newspaper that supposedly published Barry Sotero's birth announcement? They must be trying to take down Tucker (but yeah I don't trust him being on Fox and his antipathy towards Sidney Powell. He's bought.).
Yes.

It also used to publish the mugshots of people such as me. The cops would give you a comb and remind you to smile, because you were about to be in the paper.

These days, the StarAdvertiser is maybe coming around a little. They have had some redder pilled articles throughout this election fiasco, and are really anti-lockdown.

There's been quite a push to "make Hawaii red" and the Star Advertiser reports people doing so without making them look crazy.

Regarding Barry and Michelle, they have recently started building a house on Oahu and breaking all the rules to do it. The Star Advertiser has surprisingly published a bunch of articles about this. Here's one:

https://www.staradvertiser.com/2020...ed-exemption-from-hawaiis-environmental-laws/

Usually, Obama is the god of all democrats. I'd imagine most papers wouldn't go anywhere near anything negative about him or his husband.

Aloha!
 

Hypno

Crow
Yes.

It also used to publish the mugshots of people such as me. The cops would give you a comb and remind you to smile, because you were about to be in the paper.

These days, the StarAdvertiser is maybe coming around a little. They have had some redder pilled articles throughout this election fiasco, and are really anti-lockdown.

There's been quite a push to "make Hawaii red" and the Star Advertiser reports people doing so without making them look crazy.

Regarding Barry and Michelle, they have recently started building a house on Oahu and breaking all the rules to do it. The Star Advertiser has surprisingly published a bunch of articles about this. Here's one:

https://www.staradvertiser.com/2020...ed-exemption-from-hawaiis-environmental-laws/

Usually, Obama is the god of all democrats. I'd imagine most papers wouldn't go anywhere near anything negative about him or his husband.

Aloha!
Yeah, didn’t they bulldoze the Robin Masters estate?
 

MajorStyles

Pelican
(and New York Times)

There's a retweet-type article in the Star Advertiser that directly quotes Roosh!!!!



https://www.staradvertiser.com/2020...estion-a-trump-lawyer-the-backlash-was-quick/

It makes all conservatives sound like maniacs, but hey there's no such thing as bad publicity!

I'm sitting here happy as can be. Way to go!

Aloha!

That's just an example of how media praise doesn't mean shit. You can be a zero one day and a hero the next, all based upon the political motives of the writer.

God help anybody that puts their faith in these charlatans.
 

debeguiled

Peacock
Gold Member
You don't fool anyone tossing Roosh's name in there.

It's always all about Hawaii with you.

Soon you'll be wanting a separate section of the forum for international scoops from the Star Advertiser.

Pease tell us how the corona virus is affecting the Spam futures market in the Oahu stock exchange why don't you?
 

fokker

Pelican
The article's description of Roosh got changed silently, so that he's now "an alt-right figure with a history of extremist views whose writings have attracted a following":

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