Honesty doesn’t pay with the leftist taliban “values” police

imageThis is what the leftists Taliban “my values” police can do to you


Food Network Won’t Renew Paula Deen’s Contract After Racial Slur Dilemma BREAKING… The Food Network told Deadline just now that it would not renew Paula Deen’s contract when it expires at the end of June. The announcement came following the popular Southern cook’s no-show for an interview on The Today Show and release of a pair of videos apologizing for her use of racial slurs

slurs…what to heck are slurs???? and N word…I don’t see where she admitted to that?

including the N-word – stemming from a 2012 discrimination lawsuit  and specifically a May 17th deposition which came under the spotlight when it was filed Monday in U.S. District Court. This follows another Deen controversy when she revealed in 2012 that her high-suger, high-fat, high-calorie cooking had caused her to become a Type 2 diabetic – and then immediately began hawking drugs

Hawking???guess this writer shows it’s bias…

for the disease in profitable endorsement deals. But that backlash was nothing compared to the public outrage over this latest scandal. The Food Network did issue a statement on the matter early on, saying the channel “does not tolerate any form of discrimination and is a strong proponent of diversity and inclusion.

What drivel….


We will continue to monitor the situation.” But today the Food Network did not say why Deen was dropped. But a media frenzy mounted over the revelations in that deposition for the lawsuit filed by a former manager of one of Deen’s family restaurants. in the document, Deen admitted that in her past she used racial slurs in her family life and tolerated racist jokes in the workplace.

.….TOLERATED!!!! racial jokes…in the workplace….and I bet she had DIVERSE employees..

She has been scheduled for an exclusive on-camera “open and candid” interview with Today’s Matt Lauer widely prompted by NBC, but then begged off via a publicist citing exhaustion after she flew to NYC. The 66-year-old Savannah, Georgia, became an instant hit on The Food Network when she debuted since then she’s become an empire in publishing, on cable, and in food preparation. She even made The Foot Network into a family affair by installing her two sons into their own shows. But a social media-launched onslaught enveloped Deen over the deposition’s disclosures even though she said that she had not used the N-word in the restaurant

What spin you use…. IN?

and that she and her family did not tolerate prejudice. It seemed on the surface to be a survivable scandal – but it clearly wasn’t. Not even when today she posted an emotional 46-second video on YouTube filled with apologies. Then that video was taken down and replaced by a more measured response from her: