Comedian Does Media’s Heavy Lifting With Trump Expose
Noel Casler’s Revelations Confirm Media Was Criminally Negligent in 2016
I just got through listening to Noel Casler’s “Captain Valtrex” episode of “Stephanie Miller’s Happy Hour” podcast. The show is a spin-off from “The Stephanie Miller Show.” However, the podcast is uncensored and a lot more explicit. On the podcast, Casler, a comedian who worked with Donald Trump on “Celebrity Apprentice,” blows the lid off the carefully-constructed Trump image.
The show is both illuminating and depressing. During the podcast, Casler, who says he no longer cares about the non-disclosure agreement, states Trump wears diapers, soils himself in front of world leaders, has STDs from unprotected sex with various women, likes to use racist terms such as “spic” in front of Latinos, has trouble reading because of dyslexia, and abuses several drugs such as Adderall. (Casler also said Trump was so broke when “The Apprentice” started, they had to bring in new furniture.)
Many of these rumors have been floating around for a while. Casler also confirms several allegations such as the diaper use, racial slurs and drug use. Casler also recounts Trump’s alleged rape of his first wife, Ivana. She later recanted this claim after receiving a large settlement.
He also talks about Trump’s close relationship with convicted pedophile Jefferey Epstein. Epstein also has a curious relationship with Attorney General Bill Barr. Epstein was hired by Barr’s father, Donald Barr, to teach at an exclusive prep school, when he didn’t even have a college degree. This means Barr should have recused himself from overseeing the case.
The press should have continued looking into Trump’s history of sexual assault. Why are we just finding out about the porn stars, the payoffs, the catch-and-kill deal with National Enquirer, the alleged rape of a child, and the Epstein relationship? This is a colossal failure on the media’s part! And they’re still doing it with the fake Tara Read story.
The podcast is also a damning indictment of the media who did a criminally negligent job in 2016. I’ve written several articles explaining why this happened. The media was captivated by Trump’s celebrity. Reporters were also ordered to focus on Trump because he was good for ratings, as former CBS chief Les Moonves said, and were distracted by the shiny bauble of “Hillary’s emails,” which turned out to be much-ado-about nothing.
However, it’s a lot more complex. The Russians worked in tandem with Trump campaign officials and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Former intelligence officer Malcolm Nance has often called Assange “a Russian cut out.” (This means an unofficial government operative.)
In his book, “Messing with the Enemy,” former intelligence officer Clint Watts pointed out that Assange liked to publish damaging information about government leaders, but curiously avoided touching Russian autocrat Vladimir Putin, whose corruption has made him the wealthiest man in the world. (His fortune is estimated to be $200 billion.)
Wikileaks also helped smother bad publicity about Trump when the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape dropped. At the time, the Trump campaign was roiling and there was talk of donors pulling out and making Mike Pence the nominee. But about 30 minutes after the tape leaked, Wikileaks released a batch of emails from John Podesta, Hillary’s campaign chair, and the press was soon back to obsessing about Hillary’s emails.
But this was bad journalism. The press should have continued looking into Trump’s history of sexual assault. Why are we just finding out about the porn stars, the payoffs, the catch-and-kill deal with National Enquirer, the alleged rape of a child, and the Epstein relationship? This is a colossal failure on the media’s part! And they’re still doing it with the fake Tara Read story.
Last week, PBS released a story featuring interviews with 74 former employees of vice president Joe Biden. The story found no Biden rape accusations. Why aren’t PBS, and other media outlets, dedicating the same kind of resources to Trump’s more than 40-year history of sexual assault? There’s plenty of fodder out there.
But because of their inaction, we’re saddled with a drug-addled, pervert, who has no idea of how to run a country. The death of more than 90,000 Americans and the hourly scandals are just two examples of the slow-motion trainwreck of the Trump administration. The Trump administration’s covid-19 response encapsulates everything wrong with the current government — incompetence, corruption and cronyism. It’s no wonder President Barack Obama called the response chaotic.
“If the president’s deputies made trillion-dollar mistakes, accountability for the pandemic response lies with Trump, who waived off months of harrowing intelligence briefings, choosing to treat the coronavirus as a crisis in public relations, rather than a public-health emergency. Having staked his re-election on a strong economy, Trump downplayed the virus,” according to an article in June issue of Rolling Stone. “To the horror of public-health experts, America remains rudderless in the crisis. Obama’s CDC director, Tom Frieden, says ‘you can look back with 20/20 hindsight on lots of things.’’
During Obama’s second presidential campaign several right-wing commentators complained the media “didn’t properly vet him.” This was prescient propaganda. They were really talking about Trump.