Leah Remini loves to brag that she doesn’t vet her sources, parading liars for hire on her A&E show with no questions asked from her show’s corporate bosses.
The latest subject of Remini’s hate-filled show, Cierra Westerman, turns out to love the Confederate flag as evidenced by a recent Facebook posting showing her proudly wearing what is regarded today as an abhorrent symbol of racism, slavery and hate.
Given that A&E and Buccieri are the same ones outed for paying members of the Ku Klux Klan to star in an ill-fated reality show glorifying the hate group, it’s hardly a surprise they see nothing wrong with glorifying a Confederate flag lover. After all, journalist Nate Thayer, who exposed A&E’s scam, has reported that A&E producers even paid to stage cross burnings for their cameras, produced a demonstration outside an NAACP office that risked public safety, and bought kids KKK outfits to manufacture a scene in which young girls could be filmed joyfully opening the boxes and trying them on.
Given that A&E and Buccieri are the same ones outed for paying members of the Ku Klux Klan to star in an ill-fated reality show glorifying the hate group, it’s hardly a surprise they see nothing wrong with glorifying a Confederate flag lover.
But that’s not all. Westerman also posted an incredibly insensitive quote on Facebook about kids and guns just two days after one of the worst school shootings in the nation’s history.
The quote, “Control Your Kids, Not My Guns” appeared this past May 20, just two days after 10 people were killed—eight students and two teachers—and another 13 wounded at the Santa Fe School near Houston by a student armed with a shotgun and revolver.
Westerman’s callousness also shows up on Facebook with a photo she posted of two revolvers and the words, “Oh yeah baby!!!” This is a woman who loves her guns and can’t resist posing for pictures clutching them in her arms along with the results of her target practices.
Finally, Westerman also has a rap sheet, having been arrested in 2005 for resisting an officer in Seminole County, Florida.
Westerman is claiming to A&E and Remini that she worked for the Church of Scientology, which is good enough for Remini even though the Church informed her producers and A&E that Westerman never did.
But then again, for a paycheck, Leah’s sources will say anything for her cameras. All that is required to make big bucks is to recite the scripted lines Leah wants.
It’s already brought to Leah’s show liars desperate for money who turn out to be wife beaters, alleged rapists, perverts, convicted felons, animal abusers and thieves. Now she can add to that a proud lover of a symbol of hate and racism.