Either she was drunk or is a huge hypocrite — or both.
Do you remember all the way back in September of 2017 when sports analyst Clay Travis appeared on CNN host Brooke Baldwin’s show and was morally brow-beaten for saying the word “boobs” on national TV?
The Fox Sports analyst and founder of Outkick the Coverage was on the network in September to speak about ESPN unhinged leftist Jemele Hill, who has a propensity to call anyone she disagrees with — including the President of the United States — a “white supremacist.”
Clay Travis snarkily said that he believed in “boobs and the First Amendment,” which triggered Brooke Baldwin’s moral compass into high gear.
“I just want to make sure I’m hearing you correctly,” she said at the time: “B-O-O-Z-E or B-O-O-B-S? Because as a woman –” Travis cut her off. “I said boobs,” he clarified.
“Why would you say that live on national television, and with a female host?” Baldwin asked about the remark, clearly insinuating sexism was at play. “Why would you even go there?” she asked in phony moral outrage.
“That’s what I do,” Travis replied. “Because I like boobs and the First Amendment, which is exactly what I said.”
Fast forward to CNN’s coverage of New Year’s Eve and Baldwin is yucking it up with fellow CNN host Don Lemon and Baldwin noted that her balls are bigger than his are.
“My balls are bigger than your balls,” Baldwin observed.
“Probably,” Lemon, a homosexual, answered laughingly.
Because apparently, it’s okay in Brooke Baldwin’s flexible and ever-changing morality to talk about male sexual parts on national TV but not women’s.
For his part, Clay Travis noticed the blatant hypocrisy on Brooke Baldwin’s part and called her out on Twitter:
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) January 1, 2018
During last year’s CNN New Year’s Eve Coverage, Baldwin put her hypocrisy on full display, telling vile leftist “comedian” Kathy Griffin after she chanted “Nipple, nipple, nipple, nipple,” “Kathy, I love you.”