Wesley Woods has ripped fellow gay-porn actor Colby Keller in a Facebook post, calling out Keller for his Trump vote and ensuing mealy-mouthed explanation that he wasn't voting for Trump so much as against the system.
Wrote Woods: “The problem with this 'distinction' and ideology is that there isn't one. A vote IS support. A vote isn't anything more or anything less than SHOWING support of that candidate.”
Keep reading for this take-down and more of the day's hottest links, including news of Mitt Romney's Second Coming and RuPaul's latest trimphs ...
Towleroad: I love when Dad and Dad fight! Wesley Woods's most incisive attack on Colby Keller: You will never fear being shot by a police officer, you will never fear being grabbed by the pussy, you will never fear being mocked for your disabilities, you will never fear what others think of you based on the color of your skin, you will never fear being an outsider- but, with your pompous regard to others in choosing your vote, I hope you understand the impact you placed against those oppressed by the people you put in power. Check out Wesley on Facebook here.
Politico: Steve Bannon, still high on Trump, concedes that firing Comey was possibly the worst political mistake in modern history. (Other than, y'know.)
UtahPolicy.com: Mitt Romney, 70, is prepping a Senate run in 2018 if Orrin Hatch, 83, decides he's had enough. Recall that Romney spent 2016 dissing Trump, then ran to a high-profile audition meeting with Trump to try to become part of his poisonous Cabinet.
DListed: Kirk Cameron actually thinks the hurricanes were sent by God to humble us. Here's hoping he gets a heaping dose of humility ASAP.
ExtraTV: Conservatives tried to get people to boycott Stephen King's It due to King's anti-Trump rhetoric. Instead, It scored over $100 million at the U.S. box office this weekend, breaking records ... and right-wing hearts.
NewNowNext: RuPaul's Drag Race has knocked down three more Creative Arts Emmys, winning for Outstanding Host of a Variety, Nonfiction or Reality Program; for Outstanding Costumes (duh); and for Picture Editing. Watch Ru's acceptance speech, taped at RuPaul's Drag Con NYC 2017: