Back in August, The Washington Post dropped a bombshell story about Paris Dennard getting fired from Arizona State University for sexual harassment in 2014. Allegedly, he made masturbatory gestures, touched a woman’s “neck with his tongue” and much more. Dennard was fired from CNN and now he has broken his silence with the proudly racist site Breitbart.
In a long piece, Dennard whined that his sexual harassment outing was a political hit job and that CNN was already out to fire him after he accused ex-deputy director of the CIA’s Counterterrorist Center Phil Mudd of profiting off of his security clearance.
Dennard wrote, “In an August CNN appearance, a former CIA official, with whom I had once worked in my former job, became highly upset with me while discussing President Donald Trump’s revocation of the security clearance of former intelligence officials. The segment went viral, even gaining the attention of President Trump, who tweeted about me, saying I had verbally ‘destroyed’ the official with my on-air points. That set in motion a coordinated attempt by faceless adversaries to destroy me personally and professionally.”
Dennard goes onto babble that it was a “political hit job” and CNN fired their only Black Republican — it is hilarious that Dennard had been denying race, and racism from his own president, for years, but when he is fired, it is suddenly racism. He also ignores the countless liberals the network has fired from Marc Lamont Hill to Soledad O’Brien.
Dennard also compared himself to Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas who claimed it was a “high tech lynching” when he was questioned about sexual harassment in 1991. Dennard wrote, “The more things change, the more they remain exactly the same. Just ask former presidential candidate Herman Cain, former RNC Chairman Michael Steele, activist Candace Owens, and now Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanagh.”
He continued, “I’ve been a Republican with a national platform since 2000. The deliberate politics of personal destruction and all-out character assassination is real, but their weapons of harm and pain formed against me, and against all the rest of those who dare to effectively speak out, will not prosper!” What is funny is that with the exception of maybe Hermain Cain, all of the names he mentioned has prospered. Being a Black Republican will always get someone a check, selling your own out will always be profitable (although no word on why he mentioned Kavanagh and Steele is barely a Republican).
When The Post asked him about the accusations in August, Dennard was noncommittal and said, “I cannot comment on items I have never seen regarding allegations I still believe to be false. This is sadly another politically motivated attempt to besmirch my character, and shame me into silence for my support of President Trump and the GOP.”
Dennard babbled more that the accusations were fake news and he is now pursuing legal action against CNN. Clearly, Fox News doesn’t want to hire him. If you care, he is the full piece.