Monday, March 6, 2017

With Jenna Jameson, Donald Trump Has the Last Supporter He Will Ever Need

Jenna Jameson was once the queen of not-so-underground porno and she explored every possible orifice in her search for stardom although not with any black men, no sirreeee, a girl's got standards.

It's remarkable that Jenna Jameson could make the transition from wearing nothing to wearing a sheet at Klan rallies but she's down.  (Daily Beast:  Jenna Jameson’s Shocking Alt-Right Transformation)

Note:  those tats are improbable since I don't see any other pictures of her which show them

Fear not as there's all the weird you can possibly hide in your beard in this one.

Since the start of her conversion to the Jewish faith, a journey she embarked on in order to marry her shady Israeli jeweler/fiancé Lior Bitton, Jameson has adopted a fierce and public anti-Islam stance, ranting against Muslims online and clapping back at those in disagreement.  She regularly shares stories and videos about the alleged havoc wreaked by adherents of Islam from dubious far-right sites like the pro-Trump agitprop outlet Breitbart and conspiracy theory forum Infowars, along with bigoted replies from her army of close to 700,000 Twitter followers.  

- DB

Confused:  what's that about a beard?

Any time a gay man who was not out would go somewhere in the company of a woman, people would refer to her as his 'beard' since her presence may make him look a bit more masculine.

There is genius radiating from this woman on Twitter apparently.

But then there was the time Jameson made headlines for her apparent defense of the KKK. Jameson tweeted: “Do the klu klux klan follow a religion that orders the death of apostates? When was the last time we saw a klan member blow up infidels?”

Answer:  Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries in America, Jenna.  Any other questions?  What did I win?

The Rockhouse assumes burning people's homes and bombing churches meets the specification for 'blows up infidels.'

It gets better.

She idolizes Ann Coulter (“I want to be her when I grow up”) and the illuminati-obsessed Paul Joseph Watson, has called Iran “a cancer,” regularly shares anti-Muslim scare stories, and even tweets anti-Semitic conspiracy theories about George Soros funding cabals of liberals (the irony is apparently lost on her).  She even trolled Rep. Keith Ellison (D-Minn.), who is a Muslim, into blocking her on Twitter—before declaring him “anti semetic” for doing so.

- DB

So now you know what retired porno stars do ... sit around watching Ann Coulter on television.

Jenna:  I'm living the dream, living the dream.


Anonymous said...

Yes those tattoos are real. She has another problem, I doubt many Jewish cemeteries will allow her to be buried there. Even though many Rabbis allow piercings and tattoos if they are not of God or include God's name, the vast majority do not accept them

Peas InOurThyme said...

Many an anthropologist has made a career studying the strangeness of burial customs. I guess it's Leviticus who tells us tats are sinful as he told us just about everything else is but that's Old Testament. Ha ha. No burial for you. Whoa, most unusual.

Anonymous said...

They have very specific rituals including amputated limbs must be buried. And no cremation and must be buried in a casket that fully decomposes.
If one voluntarily violates any of rules then they can not be buried in a cemetery that has followers who have abided by the laws

Peas InOurThyme said...

None of this is changing my thinking that cremation solves a whole lot of problems.

Anonymous said...

It isnt to change minds. Just interesting practices. They use wooden caskets because they believe it takes a long time for the soul to seperate from the body. So everything around the body must be able to decompose and allow the soul to ascend when it is ready.

Peas InOurThyme said...

Noooo, that's not any stranger! I thought the soul hit it when you croak but actually it may be years and years. Cremation still wins.

Anonymous said...

For you it does.

Peas InOurThyme said...

Why it doesn't for anyone else remains an endless mystery but life is full of them and that one will intrigue anthropologists forever or so.

Anonymous said...

I believe they would say the same. Strange that the most overpopulated areas of the world have the belief that cremation is acceptable. And this belief predates the overpopulation.

Peas InOurThyme said...

It's not that anthropologists are so obsessed with death but the customs surrounding death are so twisted that it all becomes magnetic for the study of why. Customs for burial should be consistent when the task is always the same but really that behavior is all over the place.