Rusty Humphries: Bad Boys Get Spanked

 

Rusty HumphriesRusty Humphries returns to Whiskey Politics to discuss news personalities, politicians, and power brokers being outed as molesters, gropers, and general pervs. We also touch on Facebook filtering conservative posts, Net Neutrality, holiday movies worth seeing, Matt Lauer, Mel Gibson, Roy Moore, and why Rusty thinks Al Franken has a legitimate shot running for president in 2020 (seriously).

Rusty is a multi-award-winning talk radio host, Strategic Advisor, Political Influencer, Trendsetter, #1 Bestselling Author, Media and Leadership Consultant/Speaker. His most recent book 7 Ways to Win Political Debates with your Liberal Family and Friends, and Still Keep Them as Family and Friends is now available at RustyLive.com and follow Rusty on Twitter @Talk2Rusty.

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Out: Bad Boys Get Spanked, The Pretenders

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  1. Melissa Praemonitus Member
    Melissa Praemonitus
    @6foot2inhighheels

    Another great interview, Dave.  Rusty Humphries has been in and around the media circus for a long time, and knows what he’s talking about.  Also, his book is quite good.

    What he said about where the allegations will go was especially interesting.  Today, we’re talking about allegations aimed at Matt Lauer, but how wide will the net be cast tomorrow to catch the impure?  Undoubtably the Democrats feel it’s acceptable to lose some high profile celebrities and perhaps even a congressman, senator or ex-president as long as they can make the argument that Trump’s sexual history makes him unfit for the presidency.  If everyone else loses their job for boorishness or being “rapey” then why not the President?

    Anyone else notice that the allegations and rumors seem to be escalating in pitch?  How long will it be before we start hearing truly incredible stories that sound like 1990’s daycare hysteria?

     

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  2. DocJay Inactive
    DocJay
    @DocJay

    He used to be the Reno guy before he went to the northwest world.   I talked to him many times on air.  Phenomenal intelligent  talk show host and a great big laugh of fellow.

     

    Good stuff so far Dave, but I had to comment before finishing so I could slide under Melissa’s comment.

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  3. Melissa Praemonitus Member
    Melissa Praemonitus
    @6foot2inhighheels

    DocJay (View Comment):
    He used to be the Reno guy before he went to the northwest world. I talked to him many times on air. Phenomenal intelligent talk show host and a great big laugh of fellow.

    Good stuff so far Dave, but I had to comment before finishing so I could slide under Melissa’s comment.

    Rusty is one of the kindest, funniest and smartest guys I know.  (Another is you, Jay)

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  4. Mike LaRoche Inactive
    Mike LaRoche
    @MikeLaRoche

    I remember when Rusty had an evening program on XM satellite radio back in the late 2000s/early 2010s. He’s great and would be a fantastic addition to Ricochet.

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  5. Dave Sussman Contributor
    Dave Sussman
    @DaveSussman

    Mike LaRoche (View Comment):
    I remember when Rusty had an evening program on XM satellite radio back in the late 2000s/early 2010s. He’s great and would be a fantastic addition to Ricochet.

    Agreed!

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  6. Melissa Praemonitus Member
    Melissa Praemonitus
    @6foot2inhighheels

    Melissa Praemonitus (View Comment):
    How long will it be before we start hearing truly incredible stories that sound like 1990’s daycare hysteria?

    Ammo Grrrll is over at Powerline this morning with some great commentary on this.

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  7. Richard Easton Coolidge
    Richard Easton
    @RichardEaston

    That was a great interview!

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  8. Larry Koler Inactive
    Larry Koler
    @LarryKoler

    Richard Easton (View Comment):
    That was a great interview!

    Yes, agreed. Humphries is a unique voice and I’m glad to get reacquainted with him. I used to listen to radio over the airwaves (imagine that!) and heard him quite bit and called him a few times. He and I have talked music a couple times, too.

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  9. Randy Weivoda Moderator
    Randy Weivoda
    @RandyWeivoda

    Richard Easton (View Comment):
    That was a great interview!

    Darn right.  Good job, Dave.

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  10. Judge Mental Member
    Judge Mental
    @JudgeMental

    These kinds of allegations will go on and on until there is some public revulsion in response.  And that will most likely require some extremely high profile false accusation, that can be proven to be such beyond any question.  I expect many additional scalps before that happens, and a likely reluctance on the part of men to work with women.  The Pence rule is looking saner and saner.

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