• System Of A Down’s John Dolmayan thinks Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is “a moron”

    System Of A Down‘s John Dolmayan has called Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez “a moron” in a new interview.

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    Speaking on the Uncle Dad Talks podcast, the drummer shared his opinion on the Democratic Party politician while also discussing cancel culture.

    “I’ve gotta tell you, I’m really disappointed in a lot of people, a lot of liberals — ’cause I have a lot of liberal friends. Most of my friends are liberal,” he said. “I’m a conservative, as some people may or may not know. But at the end of the day, I change my opinion on things based on information. So if I get new information, I re-evaluate, I look at things, and I make a decision based on that.

    “What’s happening right now with this cancel-culture bullshit is really destructive, and it always backfires on the people that are instituting it. And we have to be really careful because in the ’50s, we had something called McCarthyism where people that were hyper-liberal and a lot of people that were considered communists, basically they lost their entire lives — that whole generation of great artists and writers that were just ostracized. And we have to be careful because if we allow that to happen in any way, it could always come back to the other side.”

    He continued: “I will tell you, this generation is very liberal, but the next one might be more conservative and so on and so forth. It does tend to turn around. And especially now with social media and all this bullshit, people go back and they check things, and they’re, like, ‘Oh, really? This is how you felt?’ And you’re judged on that for the rest of your life.”

    Dolmayan then turned his attention to government, explaining that he’s not a fan of “the agenda of a lot of the Democratic platforms” and expressed his dislike for Ocasio-Cortez (aka AOC).

    “I’m a conservative,” Dolmayan said. “I want what’s best for everyone, but I want everybody to have the freedom to do these things. I don’t like big government. I don’t like the agenda of a lot of the Democratic platforms these days. I think AOC is a moron. I just have to put that out there; I like to say that in every conversation.

    “Look, at the end of the day, I just want everybody to have equal opportunity to be successful in whatever that success is. And I want people to be motivated by doing the right thing in life, not rewarded for doing the wrong thing. So that’s my philosophy.”

    Last month, Dolmayan has claimed that companies won’t work with him because of his right-wing views.

    The musician has previously expressed his support for Trump, backed an investigation into the results of the 2020 US election, and accused the Black Lives Matter movement of being “propaganda” for Democrats.

    Meanwhile, Dolmayan has called The Mandalorian star Gina Carano a victim of “woke justice” after she was fired for sharing offensive and controversial social media posts.

    The actor was sacked from the Disney+ show after she shared a post that compared US Republicans to Jewish people in Nazi Germany.

  • Woman Thinks Nikki Sixx + Bret Michaels Are Fighting Over Her

    Dr. Phil is one of the most dramatic talk shows on television, and it’s about to get a hair metal twist. On an episode airing today (Jan. 27), viewers will meet a woman who thinks she’s engaged to Bret Michaels and also tight with Nikki Sixx — and that the two are fighting over her.

    “My relationship with Nikki Sixx is a solid, good friendship,” declared Tina, the subject of the episode. “And we have great communication between each other.”

    According to the preview of the episode, a woman named Vivian is confident that Tina is essentially being catfished by someone who is pretending to be the Motley Crue bassist. He’s never wanted to meet her in person and will not have any kind of virtual meeting with her to prove their identity.

    “We speak eight to 10 times in a day, mainly through text,” Tina continued about her channel of communication with who she believes is Sixx. “He can’t talk on the phone because his management won’t allow it.”

    Apparently, Sixx did send her a photo holding his drivers license, and Tina said they video chatted very briefly, but she couldn’t understand what he was saying because they were having problems with the audio during the call.

    But it gets worse.

    “Vivian [Tina’s Friend] says Tina is also being conned and catfished by an imposter posing as Bret Michaels,” Dr. Phil added. “Yes, that’s right — Tina believes that not one, but two famous rock stars are actually fighting over her. Tina claims she is not only in a committed romantic relationship with superstar Bret Michaels, they are also engaged.”

    “I love Bret Michaels and he loves me,” Tina says smiling. “Because I am a larger woman, [Vivian] feels that I am not the typical rock star girlfriend-type.”

    The “Michaels” imposter told Tina he was falling in love with her after three weeks of exchanging text messages. They eventually took an oath over the Bible that they would “be devoted to each other,” and the supposed-Poison frontman proposed.

    “I said yes!” Tina says excitedly.

    But like the faux Sixx, the faux Michaels doesn’t ever make the effort to see Tina or video chat with her. The person always makes excuses for not being able to talk on the phone, and tells her that his management “pretty much controls him,” so he can’t communicate with her outside of text messaging.

    “When Nikki found out I was talking to Bret, he was not happy,” Tina admitted. “Both of them didn’t want me talking to either one of them.”

    During the episode, the real Sixx will actually address Tina face-to-face, and the real Michaels will send her an actual video of himself. See the full video description here, and check to see when the episode is airing in your area at this location.

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