|The conservative agitator's personal matters become Media Matters.|
Besides bragging about his accomplishments as the leader in the cable news, the conservative agitator faces a handful of accusations from a tabloid blog. He's already criticized for doing a Brian Williams Jedi trick. They accused him of inflating his past.
Now the junk food agitators are saying that the hot headed agitator may have gotten a little physical with his wife. Maureen McPhilmy is the conservative agitator's ex-wife. They raised two children together. They finalized their divorce back in 2011.
Now he'll have a court appointed social worker along with him. When he gets visiting rights, he will now have to see his children at their mom's home. He lost custody of his children. He will eventually owe child support. O'Loofus will have to see his ex-wife with a new man. That will drive him mad.
And maybe he might send the network that scares White people after the new man. He might ask security to handle the new man.
Gawker claims that O'Loofus was a beast. That beast lashed out one too many times. Even in front of his young children. A source familiar with the facts of the case, a court-appointed forensic examiner testified at a closed hearing that O'Loofus' daughter claimed to have witnessed her father dragging McPhilmy down a staircase by her neck, apparently unaware that the daughter was watching. The precise date of the alleged incident is unclear, but appears to have occurred before the couple separated in 2010. The same source indicated that the daughter, who is 16 years old, told the forensic examiner about the incident within the past year.
|The conservative agitator and his ex-wife Maureen McPhilmy.|
O’Loofus and McPhilmy separated in April 2010, after which McPhilmy began dating a Nassau County Police detective named Jeffrey Gross. Upon learning of their relationship, as Gawker reported in 2011, O’Loofus called up his high-placed connections within the NCPD to have something done about Gross. Since O’Loofus was helping raise money for the department’s associated charity, the Nassau County Police Department Foundation, his calls sparked an internal affairs investigation into Gross and his relationship with McPhilmy—an incredible waste of police resources, and a devious way of getting back at McPhilmy by harassing her new boyfriend.
Gawker also added that the hypocritical accusations O'Loofus about The Blacks. During the Baltimore riots, O'Loofus went right into blaming Rev. Perm, hip-hop music and George Soros.
O’Loofus' lack of response is especially worth noting. The anchor has spent his highly remunerated career obsessing over patterns of violence among racial minorities, particularly black people, and the apparently unique effect of violence on the integrity of black families. As he fulminated on-air in December 2014: “The astronomical crime rate among young black men—violent crime—drives suspicion and hostility. ... No supervision, kids with no fathers—the black neighborhoods are devastated by the drug gangs who prey upon their own. That’s the problem!”
Or, as O’Loofus claimed in August: “The reason there is so much violence and chaos in the black precincts is the disintegration of the African-American family.”
Ludacris got hitched late last year. He released his Ludaversal album this year. He got to be a happy man knowing his old rival's past is coming out. Matter of fact, I bet he's laughing all the way to the bank knowing that the guy who claims hip-hop is the gateway to violence is caught up in a scandal.
Normally I don't care what people do in their homes.
When it comes to domestic violence, this man could have killed his wife and children. His actions on television and radio kind of make you wonder what goes on at home.
It's a sign of the times.
O'Loofus is now a wife beater.