Now that liberals have utterly failed to take down an honorable man with scurrilous (and uncorroborated) allegations of sexual misconduct 36 years ago, the lap dog mainstream media has decided to return to talking about President Trump's penis.
Yes, Brett Kavanaugh now holds a seat on the Supreme Court, despite the best efforts of Senate Democrats and the MSM to derail his confirmation. CNN and other liberal networks had gone wall-to-wall with coverage, but when it all came to a crashing halt, they just didn't know what to cover anymore.
Proving to the world that CNN really is a one-trick pony, late-night host Don Lemon invited porn "star" Stormy Daniels back onto his show to talk about
her book Trump's penis. In her book, she graphically describes the president's private parts in another uncorroborated effort to discredit him.
Lemon got somber with the loopy stripper, saying "You said you don’t have many regrets, but the one that you have recently is writing about the president’s private parts. Why do you regret that?”
The first thing Daniels did was say she didn't regret that.
“I don’t really regret it,” Daniels said. “I just have a couple moments where I’m like, ‘That was kind of mean.’ But, then I look back on all the horrible things he’s said about other people and women and calling women pigs, and attacking girls’ weights and their looks, and then I don’t feel so bad.”
In a scintillating counterpoint, Lemon said, “Yeah."
Daniels continued. “But I don’t agree in general with like, body-shaming. But I was backed into a corner. I didn’t really have a choice. I’m not a liar, and that’s basically the only thing I could say to prove that I’m telling the truth,” she said.
It's not the first time CNN has broached the subject. A breathless Jake Tapper aired a segment about Trump’s penis last month in which he said, “Lots of books claim to be tell-alls, but they don’t follow through. Stormy Daniels’ new book about her life is not that book. Wow. She tells all."
Daniels also keeps changing her story about whether she feels regret. In an interview with Australian current affairs show "60 Minutes" Sunday, Daniels said that her "mushroom" Mario Kart reference about Trump's member was written when she was "very angry" and suggested that she now wishes she could take it back.
"So I was very angry in writing that," she told host Liz Hayes, News.com reports. "And now that the book is out and people are reading about it, and it’s all over the internet I actually feel pretty terrible about it … in a way it’s body-shaming."