Howard Stern Brags About Being "Woke" As His Sexually Predatory Comments About Minors Resurface

The radio show host recently went on a tirade against conservative politicians such as Lauren Boebart, but many of his past comments about young women, including the underage Olsen twins, have resurfaced, proving he's the last person who should lecture anyone on morality.

By Gina Florio3 min read
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Howard Stern, the notorious SiriusXM radio host, is renowned for his blend of outrageous humor and pure raunch, which frequently treads on controversial grounds. Stern recently declared his affinity for being labeled as “woke,” bragging about his progressive stance on politics and culture. “I am woke, motherf--ker, and I love it!” he proclaimed, in response to a fan's lamentations about his perceived shift in stance.

This came just a couple of days after he called Congresswoman Lauren Boebart a “disgrace to this country.” The comment stemmed from an incident at a Denver theater where Boebert and her date, Aspen bar co-owner Quinn Gallagher, attended a family performance of Beetlejuice. Stern ripped into Boebert’s behavior during the show, especially after she and Gallagher were ejected for disruptive conduct, including vaping and inappropriate actions.

Stern ridiculed Boebert’s choice to wear a provocative dress and questioned Colorado voters' decision to elect her, highlighting Boebert’s perceived lack of standards and her having been caught lying. He sarcastically commented on the supposed erotic nature of Beetlejuice, contrasting it with Boebert’s controversial behavior. Stern’s co-host, Robin Quivers, inquired about the sensual implications of the play, to which Stern humorously responded by referring to the non-sexy nature of the original movie.

Howard Stern Brags About Being "Woke" As His Sexually Predatory Comments About Minors Resurface

Stern’s career, marked by a relentless pursuit of shock value, has seen its fair share of contentious moments, pushing boundaries with skits often considered sexist and racist. He has been a vocal critic of former President Donald Trump, a striking contrast to his earlier friendly associations with him. Stern has long been a staunch supporter of the Democratic Party, and his recent remarks align with his progressive political stance. He emphasized his commitment to being aware and informed: “I want to be awake. I want to read legitimate news sources.”

In response to detractors of his alleged “wokeness,” Stern stated that he embraces the label, signifying his commitment to supporting transgender rights, endorsing vaccinations, and disavowing misinformation surrounding the 2020 presidential elections. “I believe the election was not rigged,” Stern remarked, distinguishing his stance from those propagating claims about the legitimacy of President Biden’s victory.

Stern’s assertions also extend to his perspectives on the coronavirus pandemic. As a self-professed germaphobe, he has been outspoken about his efforts to stay isolated during the pandemic. He openly criticized those opposing vaccinations and expressed gratitude towards CVS, where he received his vaccine. But, as he parades around the label of "woke," multiple comments from his past have resurfaced to show his true colors.

His previous on-air antics include unapologetically making derogatory remarks, such as making fun of Gabourey Sidibe for being fat and making racially insensitive comments about her, for which he and his broadcasters were fined $600,000 for indecency by the FCC in 1992. When the Olsen twins were mere teenagers, Stern made sexual comments about them: "Now, normally I don't look at a 13-year-old and sexualize them, I don't, but these two are pieces of ass. They've grown up so perfect."

Lawyer and filmmaker Mike Cernovich shared this quote and wrote on X, "That’s the real Howard Stern, talking about the Olsen twins, who he online stalked for years."

In 1999, he also made shocking comments about the Columbine High School shooting, which occurred on April 20 in Littleton, Colorado. Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, two seniors at the school, executed a meticulously planned attack, killing 12 students and one teacher, and injuring 21 others. The assailants also planted bombs, which failed to detonate. The motivations behind the attack remain a matter of debate, involving discussions on bullying, mental health, and gun access. The tragedy concluded with both perpetrators committing suicide in the school library. The event marked a turning point in national discourse on school safety and gun control, leading to significant changes in school security measures. One day after the tragedy occurred, Stern talked on his radio show about how the murderers should have had sex with the good-looking high-school students.

"There were some really good-looking girls running out with their hands over their heads," he said. "Did those kids try to have sex with any of the good-looking girls? They didn't even do that? At least if you're going to kill yourself and kill all the kids, why wouldn't you have some sex? If I was going to kill some people, I'd take them out with sex."

The clip was shared on X, causing everyone to ask why Stern has been allowed to say these incredibly offensive things without any consequences; meanwhile, he has the audacity to call other people immoral and a "disgrace to this country" while he's talking about raping minors during a school shooting.

This is par for the course when it comes to "woke" influencers, radio hosts, politicians, etc. The old adage is true: Rules for thee but not for me. Stern will continue to get away with fantasizing about sexually assaulting teenagers as long as he keeps supporting progressive politicians and trashing anyone on the right.

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