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Samantha Bee Mocks OUTSET Contributor With Cancer For Having “Nazi” Haircut
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Samantha Bee Mocks OUTSET Contributor With Cancer For Having “Nazi” Haircut

UPDATE: An apology has been released from the show’s Twitter account:

We deeply apologize for offending [Kyle] in our CPAC segment. We only learned of his condition today & have removed him from the piece.

Full Frontal with Samantha Bee released a video clip Thursday morning in which the show’s producer and correspondent, Michael Rubens, went to CPAC to “figure out if conservatism is still a thing.” In the process, they falsely called some attendees Nazis, including one of our own Contributors.

The video clip has since been taken down, but OUTSET was able to obtain a copy of it.

The video was an attempt to show the tone of this year’s CPAC as compared to previous years. During a part of the segment, the narrator said, “This year, the bow ties were gone and replaced by Nazi hair.”

One of the attendees they identify as having “Nazi hair” is Kyle Coddington, an OUTSET Contributor who was diagnosed with stage four brain cancer and recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.

Shortly after the clip was released, a number of people on social media called out the offensive video.

On a personal note, as someone who has the pleasure of working with Kyle here at OUTSET, I urge Samantha Bee to release an apology for this sick attempt at a joke. Perhaps labeling someone because of their appearance is not the best approach.

104 comments

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] is the original video which shows Coddington portrayed as having a ‘Nazi’ haircut, which Outset managed to get a copy […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] head was from chemotherapy and radiation treatments. The mistake was first brought to attention by Outset, a conservative publication where Coddington works. Coddington’s sister also tweeted about the […]

  • stephenperkins

    Ms. Bee, please be sure you are right before you go right ahead. If you are going to retain the word Nazi in your vocabulary, then know what a Nazi is. A Nazi is not a person who simply has short hair. Please review the photos of Commander Günther Heinrich. Were he not in actual Nazi uniform, with his over-the-ear length of hair and bearded smiling free and easy look, you would mistake him for just another gay liberal. Hair is not what makes a Nazi. What makes a Nazi is supporting the agony-filled murder of millions of innocent people because of appointing oneself god (humanism), with a control freak’s insistence that there is only one answer to any given question, with suppression of any other answers. If that sounds familiar, well, it is familiar in the speech destroying shouting by liberals that occurs regularly now at universities that host unpopular speakers. The Nazis said that they were the super race. There are still living Nazis today, but they are well over 80 years old. If you want to film them, go ahead. Ironically, Nazis’ humanism is something they share in common with liberals. Please do me a favor: recognize when you are with people that support the murder of millions of people, like ISIS and Al Qaeda, and know why they think that way. This may take some of your time to do some unpleasant reading, but you will be more equipped to make informed political decisions regarding national defense when you are done, instead of looking bad for stupid reasons with no constructive benefit.

  • stephenperkins

    […] a post at OUTSET on Thursday, its editor in chief, Stephen Perkins, wrote that Mr. Coddington “was diagnosed with […]

  • stephenperkins

    It wasn’t Samantha Bee doing the reporting. No one was calling the C-PAC attendees “nazis”, they referred to the “Nazi haircuts”. Even if they knew ahead of time that this individual had stage 4 cancer, it wasn’t relevant to the milisecond flash in the piece. The only people to make the connection between the two were family and colleagues. Anyway, another mountain blown up from that mole hole.

  • stephenperkins

    Don’t surround yourself with clowns and you won’t be lumped in with the clowns. I am sure you were upset that Trump included law abiding Mexicans in with the “rapists and murders.” I must have missed your outrage. While I do not wish your fate on you or anyone else, no one knew, so do not feign now being offended. Quit crying. Grow up.

  • stephenperkins

    Just a tempest in a teapot. The snowflakes now sputtering with indignity at this clip are some of the same ones who feel completely fine with labeling young black men as “thugs” or “monkeys” just because of how they wear their hair, and who were fine with hurling horrible racist insults at President Obama because of his name and/or skin color. They are just manipulative hypocrites, which is no surprise. Oh, and I watched my mother fight cancer for three years and die a horrible death, so don’t pull the cancer card on me; been there, done that.

    • stephenperkins

      The ones obsessed with skin color, from my experience, are the ones who buy into the identity politics of the liberal democrat progressive neo-marxist crime syndicate. And if sympathizing for blacks in America is your “thing,” then I wonder why you identify with the political party that founded the Ku Klux Klan, lost the Civil War and opposed the 13th, 14th and 15th amendments. I wonder why you identify with the political party that filibustered the Civil Rights Act. The political Party that Martin Luther King Jr. marched AGAINST. Stop trying to rewrite history and stop pretending that you are morally superior or that you care about blacks anymore than Conservatives do. From reviewing Congressional Record and vote tallies on some of the most important Civil Rights legislation in America that helped win liberty and rights for black Americans, I can assure you that the Democrat party has much to be ashamed of. So this is your opportunity to bask in your white guilt. Barack Obama did not represent black America. And his first and middle names were Arabic and he spent much of his presidency involved in the Arab Spring, meeting with Muslim Brotherhood agents and from the looks of things making the middle east even more unstable despite his apology tours and his attempts to falsely equate all religions or pretend that Christianity is equal to Islam or his bias and uneducated comments regarding the Christian Crusades following a long occupancy by a tyrannical Ottoman regime in Europe. As far as labeling black men “thugs” I seem to recall Hillary Clinton referring to them as “super predators.” No one better depicts black men as thugs than black rap music played by black DJ’s on public FM radio waves, or Hollywood depicting black men as thugs in their violent movies. That has little to do with the Conservatives in America since Hollywood is primarily a circle jerk of flaming liberal Democrats, many of whom are perverts and drug addicts. I seem to recall many Democrat political cartoons drawn to depict Condoleeza Rice as a “monkey,” but I guess that was just more innocent Democrat humor and it gets a free pass because she’s a Republican and since Republicans won the Civil War that makes them….? “Uncle Toms”? No, actually Uncle Tom’s Cabin depicted “uncle toms” as obedient black slaves on their Democrat plantation master’s porches. President Obama and his administration were very racist. He appointed racist Civil Rights attorneys to the Justice Department. His “My Brother’s Keeper” program only assisted disadvantaged children of color, not disadvantaged white kids. Why would he claim to be a “post racial” President but have programs that only help disadvantaged kids who are NOT white? How’s that post racial? You see, you’re the HYPOCRITE.

  • stephenperkins

    […] notice of the mistake, the show removed Coddington from the segment (you can see it here) and issued an apology on […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] for stage 4 brain cancer. Consequently, they apologized and removed him from the segment. (You can watch the offending portion on Outsetmagazine.com, the media organization for which Coddington is a […]

  • stephenperkins

    Who is exploiting who here? Samantha Bee issued an apology and removed the segment as soon as she was informed of Mr. Coddington’s condition. Yet OUTSET perpetuates the images and video here. Apparently Mr. Coddington himself pokes fun by Tweeting: “Please delete this episode. I look like a balding potato.” So if he can see some humor in this situation, why can’t the rest of you?

  • stephenperkins

    OMG…cry me a river. Touchy much? Obamacare covering that condition
    for ya? Nazi’s can have cancer too, btw. Cry baby whiny Russian
    Hitler youth comrades. Communist or Nazi, whatever it takes for modern pubes to get their hatred of helping others justified.

  • stephenperkins

    […] us about all this, but Outset, a conservative magazine at which Kyle Coddington is a contributor, said that Coddington had “recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” On Twitter, Coddington […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] for stage 4 brain cancer. Consequently, they apologized and removed him from the segment. (You can watch the offending portion on Outsetmagazine.com, the media organization for which Coddington is a […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] cancer and recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” Perkins wrote in a statement, “On a personal note, as someone who has the pleasure of working with Kyle here at OUTSET, I urge […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] for stage 4 brain cancer. Consequently, they apologized and removed him from the segment. (You can watch the offending portion on Outsetmagazine.com, the media organization for which Coddington is a […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] for stage 4 brain cancer. Consequently, they apologized and removed him from the segment. (You can watch the offending portion on Outsetmagazine.com, the media organization for which Coddington is a […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] for stage 4 brain cancer. Consequently, they apologized and removed him from the segment. (You can watch the offending portion on Outsetmagazine.com, the media organization for which Coddington is a […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” Perkins wrote in a statement, “On a personal note, as someone who has the pleasure of working with Kyle here at OUTSET, I […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] mind cancer and not long ago completed chemotherapy and radiation treatments, according to an Outset statement. Comprehensive Frontal responded by putting out a statement of its have on social media apologizing […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] mehrere junge Männer mit einem Undercut – einer von ihnen der Journalist Kyle Coddington, der für ein Onlinemagazin von der Veranstaltung berichtete. Was die Macher nicht wussten, aber offenbar auch nicht recherchierten: Die Frisur trug der […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] a post at OUTSET on Thursday, its editor in chief, Stephen Perkins, wrote that Mr. Coddington “was diagnosed with […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    Samantha Bee made a mistake and rectified it.
    The bigger story is why a poor man, who has brain cancer is at CPAC where almost everyone or everyone there does not believe in universal health care and is perfectly ok that a portion of their fellow American citizens will either not be able to access healthcare and be chronically sick &/or die because of that, &/or go broke trying to heal themselves and stay alive. And they are perfectly ok with having a ‘GoFundMe’ page being an established part of our medical system in the wealthiest most powerful country in the world. The rest of the civilized world who has universal healthcare stares at us with incredulity that Americans are such complete idiots and hypocrites (as they are so ‘Christian’) and that we still are too stupid and greedy to put a universal healthcare system in place.

  • stephenperkins

    This Is crazy. The right has no problem with Trump picking on LGBTQ people, disabled people, Moose-lambs, or others, but they now have a problem that because of a producer’s error, SamBee included a picture of a real “Nazi-style” hair cut of a kid with cancer? I feel for him — I do. No one should ever suffer that. But come on, really? You’re going to attack her and say “liberals, liberals, liberals!” when your guy (or guys — btw, all white guys) do what they do? You’re upset because others are not your same brand of white, christian, crazy … and that’s okay. But when the new RyanCare or whatever it becomes fails to help a family member — or this kid — who ends up dying of cancer, remember who you vote for next. When you realize this guy is not out to help the middle or lower-middle class, but rather his own type of wealthy, remember who you vote for next. You’re so scared of the word Democrat or Liberal that you just fall in line and blame others. You’re just happy that you have a guy in power who blames someone else for your problems — the gays, the trans, the moose-lambs, the blacks … whatever, so long as it’s not you. If that’s your form of America, you’ve got a lot of history to learn. You could also stand to learn some sympathy and, for that matter, empathy. This kid has a reason to be at CPAC — he has brain cancer. I don’t mean that as a slight, not by any means. I’m just concerned about the rest of you. Face the fact: SamBee apologized — she did the right thing. I wish your guy(s) could do the same. I really, really do. Now please, attack … I used to be a conservative when the word meant something.

  • stephenperkins

    […] us about all this, but Outset, a conservative magazine at which Kyle Coddington is a contributor, said that Coddington had “recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” On Twitter, Coddington […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] One of the men in the piece was Kyle Coddington. He’s a contributor for the Outset Network, which reported that he recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] One of the men in the piece was Kyle Coddington. He’s a contributor for the Outset Network, which reported that he recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. […]

  • stephenperkins

    His stupid haircut has nothing to do with his condition. What, you randomly get that haircut when you get cancer? It’s sad at the state he is in bit the dots y’all are connection are forced.

  • stephenperkins

    […] One of the men in the piece was Kyle Coddington. He’s a contributor for the Outset Network, which reported that he recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] One of the men in the piece was Kyle Coddington. He’s a contributor for the Outset Network, which reported that he recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] One of the men in the piece was Kyle Coddington. He’s a contributor for the Outset Network, which reported that he recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] One of the men in the piece was Kyle Coddington. He’s a contributor for the Outset Network, which reported that he recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out if “conservatism is […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] One of the men in the piece was Kyle Coddington. He’s a contributor for the Outset Network, which reported that he recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation treatments. […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] us about all this, but Outset, a conservative magazine at which Kyle Coddington is a contributor, said that Coddington had “recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” On Twitter, Coddington […]

  • stephenperkins

    Anyway, the new, true Nazi hair is a squirrel pelt sewn atop a bald patch.

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out if “conservatism is […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out if “conservatism is […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] cancer and recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” Perkins wrote in a statement, “On a personal note, as someone who has the pleasure of working with Kyle here at OUTSET, I urge […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] us about all this, but Outset, a conservative magazine at which Kyle Coddington is a contributor, said that Coddington had “recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” On Twitter, Coddington […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] us about all this, but Outset, a conservative magazine at which Kyle Coddington is a contributor, said that Coddington had “recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” On Twitter, Coddington […]

  • stephenperkins

    She (hiding behind “Full Frontal” on Twitter) did NOT apologize for ridiculing Mr. Coddington. She apologized for offending him. Think about the volumes that says.

    • stephenperkins

      I thought, and there are no volumes. Is your medication script due for a refill?

  • stephenperkins

    So an apology from this loud mouth, unfunny, biased woman is supposed to make everything “OK”. since it was a mistake and she didn’t know about his condition. However, to this day liberals. Bee included, continue to bring up the false story of Trump making fun of a handicapped reporter when he waved his hands when referring to him even though it’s been proved time and time again that is a consistent gesture DJT makes when talking about adversaries and he didn’t know the reporter was handicapped. No double standard at all with liberals.

    • stephenperkins

      Um, he did. Deal with it. Where was his apology? Apart from grabbing them by the —- you fill in the blank, the guy has never said “I’m sorry” (and he didn’t even then, btw). Disgusting.

    • stephenperkins

      Well, you dopey twot, he’s on video clearly mocking the man, so there’s no question that he did it. And, if you see a picture of the reporter, there is no way you cannot know he’s disabled unless you are blind,

    • stephenperkins

      Yeah, please stop saying, “False story…” You can be conservative and still easily see he mocked a handicapped reporter.

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment , “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    A bad haircut is a bad haircut no matter what else may be wrong with you. I don’t see the problem, it isn’t where the hair is cut short, it’s the ridiculous curl on top of his head and the way it is styled. Not a fan of Sam Bee but this is ridiculous, support our wonderful President Trump! Make America Great by getting rid of anyone who cannot afford to pay their doctor bills!

    • stephenperkins

      I see what you did there

    • stephenperkins

      Oh, yeah! We all love the idea of people like you stealing from the rest of us to pay for your hospital bills.

      I am sure you are all for more stealing than just the Obama Care shuck and jive.

      As a thief, do you ever feel bad for your immoral and evil actions?

      • stephenperkins

        “Stealing”?? How so? You mean by tapping into a general fund into which you pay? That’s called group insurance, you ignoramus.

      • stephenperkins

        Clearly you don’t understand the concept of insurance.

  • stephenperkins

    […] a now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” match Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out if “conservatism is still a […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] a post at OUTSET on Thursday, its editor in chief, Stephen Perkins, wrote that Mr. Coddington “was diagnosed […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] all this, though Outset, a regressive repository during that Kyle Coddington is a contributor, said that Coddington had “recently finished his initial turn of chemotherapy and radiation.” On Twitter, Coddington […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out if “conservatism is […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out if “conservatism is […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] a post at OUTSET on Thursday, its editor in chief, Stephen Perkins, wrote that Mr. Coddington “was diagnosed with […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out if “conservatism is […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    Most amusing! We now have the ‘politically correct hair-style police’ critiquing haircuts. And ‘progressives’ wonder why people are constantly calling them imbeciles…

    If ever there were a ‘Frau Hitler-Youth’ haircut to be found – the Vanity Fair cover of Emma Watson would be a good place to start…

    • stephenperkins

      Ludicrous, I’m pretty certain the police action you describe isn’t coming from progressives. You seem to be the only one (thusfar) calling progressives imbeciles. Nice Trump-like leap of logic though, complete with its lack of continuity of thought. I’d give you a 6, but the Russian judge would give you an 8.

    • stephenperkins

      Why do conservatives say stupid stuff like, “wonder why people are constantly calling them…”

      “People” aren’t constantly calling them anything. It’s asshats like you and the pack of jacklegs you hang around. You use the term people the same way Trump does: “People are saying this is great…”

      Lord help us.

  • stephenperkins

    […] a post at OUTSET on Thursday, its editor in chief, Stephen Perkins, wrote that Mr. Coddington “was diagnosed with […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out if “conservatism is […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] the now-removed segment, “Full Frontal” correspondent Michael Rubens goes to CPAC to find out […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] us about all this, but Outset, a conservative magazine at which Kyle Coddington is a contributor, said that Coddington had “recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” On Twitter, Coddington […]

  • stephenperkins

    They don’t hate Nazis – they hate Whites. Let’s start calling this what it really is.

    • stephenperkins

      Even if they’re white. Liberals are self-loathers.

      • stephenperkins

        Hey, I just thought you’d want to know when you’re sounding like an inbred retard. So, hey, you’re sounding like an inbred retard. Go work on your two cousins procreating overbite.

        • stephenperkins

          Hey, gfy if you can’t stand hearing the truth. Turds like you need to look in the mirror.

          • stephenperkins

            Well, you appear to have a very limited vocabulary and to be rather inarticulate. How pathetic.

          • stephenperkins

            Your snobby assessment of me means nothing.

          • stephenperkins

            And yet it bothered you enough to reply. Mission accomplished.

          • stephenperkins

            Glad you’re so easy to amuse.

  • stephenperkins

    […] us about all this, but Outset, a conservative magazine at which Kyle Coddington is a contributor, said that Coddington had “recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” On Twitter, Coddington […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] and recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” Perkins wrote in a statement, “On a personal note, as someone who has the pleasure of working with Kyle here at OUTSET, I […]

  • stephenperkins

    Take away the left’s nasty, hateful comments and they have nothing else to say. Would be a nice, peaceful quiet.

  • stephenperkins

    […] site Outset also defended their writer with a post stating that Coddington had just completed his first round of chemotherapy and […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] and recently completed his first round of chemotherapy and radiation.” Perkins wrote in a statement, “On a personal note, as someone who has the pleasure of working with Kyle here at OUTSET, I […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] remark, which can be seen here, was included in a video segment comparing current attendees at the conservative conference to past […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] remark, which can be seen here, was included in a video segment comparing current attendees at the conservative conference to past […]

  • stephenperkins

    […] remark, which can be seen here, was included in a video segment comparing current attendees at the conservative conference to past […]

  • stephenperkins

    They did apologize, and have removed that part of the clip.

    • stephenperkins

      After it was broadcast all over national television…

      • stephenperkins

        Yes, something that happens usually with a national show. But last I checked the entire 5 min piece wasn’t about his hair. He was in it for 2 seconds.

        • stephenperkins

          Does the 2 seconds matter? 1 second shows the hateful heart of that Samantha Bee. She should be more than a shamed of herself, as a human. The left is so full of hate it’s just sickening. She may be ready for a FULL FRONTAL lobotomy!

          • stephenperkins

            Steve, you’re such a tool. The hair reference is a satirical general comment about “fashion” at a Conservative political Conference, AS IF “fashion” was EVER a consideration by any of the attendees. SAD that you don’t get the humor part of a COMEDY show. It ain’t no documentary, bubba.

          • stephenperkins

            Go relieve your pms stress.

          • stephenperkins

            Steve E: If you are so sensitive to Mr. Coddington’s condition, why aren’t you demanding OUTSET remove the copies of images it is perpetuating here?

          • stephenperkins

            Stop projecting and being such a snowflake. It’s comedy.
            When did the Rightwing stop having a sense of humor?

      • stephenperkins

        “After it was broadcast all over national television…”

        Then captured and posted for replay here so that even more people could be horrified.

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