Montel Williams to Female Fox Contributor: ‘Sit Down and Shut Up’
Noted payday loan peddler and chronic sufferer from Trump Derangement Syndrome, Montel Williams, had some unkind words for author and Fox News contributor Janie Johnson Friday morning on Twitter.
“I served 22 years – never served a day Bambi over here has accomplished NOTHING other than taking a bad dye job to
@foxnews for a failed leg couch audition. Sit down and shut up dear, you’ll lose a discussion on principles,” Williams said.
Johnson had claimed earlier on Twitter that his presence on the social media giant “drives people nuts.” Johnson suggested the reason that Williams has such an effect is because he lacks principles, to which Williams took offense and invoked his military service before attacking Johnson.
Of course, if the roles were reversed and a white Republican female told a black Democrat male to “sit down and shut up,” there would be national outcry, a day of mourning and mandatory sensitivity training for unlearning “toxic masculinity” and misogyny. Remember when Laura Ingraham told LeBron James to “shut up and dribble?” It would be like that – except Williams no longer has a cable show, thus not subjecting himself to an advertiser boycott as Ingraham did.
Williams has a long history of vicious attacks against females for political and other purposes. Unsurprisingly, he has been married three times.
In 2009, he told then Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann to kill herself on his radio show because he did not agree with her political stance on universal healthcare.
“Michele (Bachmann), slit your wrist. Go ahead… or, do us all a better thing [sic]. Move that knife up about two feet. Start right at the collarbone,” he said.
Before that, he threatened a 17-year-old female intern reporter from the Savannah Morning News when she asked him a question about the pharmaceutical industry. The question set him off.
“I can look you up, find where you live, and blow you up,” he told the girl.
Since Williams is a Democrat with the “correct” politics (or at least the “correct” opinion on President Donald J. Trump) the political left will let his actions slide. He would be roundly criticized, de-platformed and disallowed from speaking if her were a Republican. Williams himself would chastise any Republican who behaved like him.
Tell us more about your rock-solid principles, Montel!
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