CNN newsreader TJ Holmes sucks — but not in the good way

Guess which newsreader will have zero credibility the next time he pretends to be objective while covering Prop H8 or any other gay-related “Culture War” story.

That would be CNN himbo TJ Holmes.

Sure, ailment he’s hot. But he sucks harder than a Hoover.

Here’s what he had to say on CNN’s blog about eHarmony’s recent decision to launch a same-sex dating service after settling a discrimination lawsuit…

[W]hat this case does now is open up a whole new world of possibilities and consequences.

There are dating web sites that cater to Black people. Can someone sue because they won’t be matched with a white guy or gal? There are dating web sites for Jewish people. Can someone sue because they won’t be matched with a Christian? Or other religion? And yes, viagra sale there are even sites dedicated to gays and lesbians. Can a heterosexual now sue those sites for not providing them a straight match?

Beyond that, viagra can you now sue a steakhouse if they don’t have chicken on the menu? … Can I sue a Lamborghini dealership because they don’t offer an affordable, 4-door alternative to the Murcielago?

Notice how he completely left out the prospect of a whites-only dating service from his hypothetical? Activist blogger and frequent CNN commenter John Aravosis did and posted this snark in the comments section…

Yes, next thing you know they’ll start banning whites-only dating sites. Oh that’s right, those are illegal

Note to TJ Holmes: You suck! And your hypocritical, homophobic douchebaggery has earned you three out of a possible four Colin’s.

Colin says you suck! Colin says you suck! Colin says you suck!

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2 Responses

  1. dokkendorf

    LOL 😀

    I always get a kick out of that .gif. But when did Colin Farrel become the final arbiter of homophobic suckitude?

    November 25, 2008 at 3:48 pm

  2. Well, he was the best man at his brother’s gay wedding. I consider him a friendly. There’s nothing better than a surly Irishman for telling people when to sod off.

    November 25, 2008 at 5:32 pm

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