[UPDATED] Twitter Users React To Colby Keller’s Tweet Comparing Hillary Clinton To Donald Trump

Posted July 26, 2017 by with 163 comments

trump45fUPDATE: Approximately six hours after posting it, Colby Keller has deleted the above tweet. (Likely due to the overwhelming amount of negative responses in his mentions.)

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Today in Problematic Colby Keller News, he’s tweeting about Trump, and if his tweet’s ratio is any indication, it was not a good tweet! As seen above, the Trump-voting—but not Trump-supporting—gay porn star compared Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump, in what was presumably a response to Trump’s tweets earlier this morning announcing his plans to ban transgender people from serving in the U.S. military.

Here were just some of the responses (as of post time, there were over one hundred) from various Twitter users replying to Colby Keller:

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Sean Ford, who was one of Colby Keller’s co-stars on a recent CockyBoys shoot, responded as well:

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Even if you weren’t a Hillary Clinton supporter, any rational person can recognize that she was a supporter of LGBT rights who wouldn’t have attempted to enforce discrimination against LGBT people, so comparing her to Trump on the day of such an anti-LGBT policy announcement from Trump is idiotic and illogical, if not completely delusional.

  • stephen
  • nerfherder1989

    I still have hope for humanity, I’m happy he isn’t being let go.
    And those studios like cocky boys still hiring him, SHAME ON YOU. Hiring those who vote for individuals against the content you promote and produce.

  • TheSagaOf

    RIP in pepperonis.

  • groovy.

    Well, that escalated quickly. This would absolutely not happen if Clinton was president, period – and i’m not even a Clinton head.
    Trump is a fucking disaster in every way, shape, and form. EVERYONE who voted for him should not have the right to speak on political problems or even vote next election.

    That being said, some of the responses are not productive either. Nothing in this country will change unless people stop being immature. It’s not a fucking contest. If our “president” won’t be mature, we at least should.

    I hate this.

    • Xzamilloh

      I’m not even white (blacker than blickity blickity black) and the tweets attacking “white gays” rub me the wrong way, because all it would take is for someone to switch “white” with “black” and the fire-setting-to-the-rain would be on. These petty attacks are not helping anything as you have said, and I am guilty of that as well.

      • groovy.

        It’s just sad that the preferred means of retaliation now is to see how shady you can get for RT’s. I can’t even discuss politics on Twitter because it is so anti-productive now – which is a shame.

        • Xzamilloh

          Same here. I have to learn to bite my tongue now, because one comment or tweet can start a shit storm of back and forths

      • WhimsyCotton

        I don’t think attacking “white gays” is right, but the issue here definitely stems from White privilege.

        Jesus Christ, how the tables have turned…

  • Miss Tea

    The higher they go,the harder they fall.Someday hopefully,even if it takes a 1000 years or more i hope society will make a world without hate and racism.

  • La Serpenta Canta

    Colby Keller is really gross with his pasty ass skin, his barely existing features and no lips, people who like him are as sick as gays who marry their lookalikes and masc for masc.

    • scorpio

      Now imagine if someone made a similar comment about the skin and lips of a black person

      • SteadyNUnremitting

        What makes you think the poster is black? They could be of another race making that comment. Besides this country has a history of attacking black features, while upholding the eurocentric beauty.

        • scorpio

          What makes you think I think the poster is black? I meant that saying that a skin color is gross is racist

          • onyx081

            1. White gays attack black features all the time. “No Blacks” No Asians” has practically become the white gay mantra

            2. Reverse racism doesn’t exist, so let’s move on

      • a b

        You would probably got flocks of people running in defense saying “but its just a prefereeence!!!1!”

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  • peter

    Why are you continue to give this washed-up old whore a forum? Why doesn’t he get the full shunning Brad Chase got?

    • peter

      Didn’t like the Ace Ventura reference, eh?

    • jviia

      I think Zack brings attention to him because he is still so relevant. Its because he still gets job and appears to have a lot of fans and he is just spreading information . Zack ignores plenty of other problematic queens.

      • skye3245

        I think something i heard Whoopi Goldberg say is valid in this case when talking about a racist group that pushes for the current administration..she said “We need to see them and know what they do. So we can recognize them when we see them. So that we won’t be fooled. So we can fight them. They shouldn’t be able to hide their faces”

    • a b

      Even Marc Dylan got a worst treatment…

      • WhimsyCotton

        What did Marc do again (apart from having a healthy appetite and being nudist)?

        • Kolin

          He posted a series of youtube videos that discussed his stance on the classic debate of gay racial preferences, with him defending his preference for collegiate jocks. He didn’t specifically say “white” but he pretty much implied it saying he is mainly attracted to Sean Cody and Corbin Fisher types. He also claimed those studios should not be criticized for having a mainly white aesthetic since porn content is driven by consumer demand – thus if people wanted to see minorities in porn, those videos would be more popular, but they aren’t. Then Diesel Washington got involved.

        • a b

          Basically he said the same thing Zach said when he was a queerty writer: that only being into whites is not racism, it’s a preference. Got a really disproportionate backlash for that, you can barely see him in porn for like 2 years

          • WhimsyCotton

            Ah, yes! I remember. What a joker. He knows the only thing hungrier than his mouth hole is his asshole. I doubt it discriminates.

    • FrenchBug

      I will refer you to my ChiChi comment above. “Flaws” she calls it.

      • skye3245

        That made me wanna scream

    • scorpio

      He attracts a lot of clicks = we watch more ads

  • DrunkEnough

    The Sex Hobo is intent on self-destruction—first with votes and now with tweets.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d80905bce408a06f9a874105a83d963c08ad1450b59e35ca4f95b74c30d6b6f4.gif

  • a b

    I hate when the news say things like “Trump banned trans people in the millitary” or “Trump got out of the Paris agreement”. Whenever someone say some shit like that in my face, I correct them: the americans banned trans people in millitary, the americans got out of the Paris agreement, etc. Because your country is not a dictatorship, everything the president does, he does under the authority that the people entrusted on him. Trump is not the only enemy. Trump voters are. Colby Keller is also the enemy.

    • Mike Julius

      Truth.

    • Zealot

      The sad truth is that Hilary actually won the popular vote. Were it not for the electoral college, Trump would not be reeking havoc as he continues to do. But I get your point.

      • a b

        Yeah, but the support for the electoral college is still high and growing. So even if she won, the majority of americans are still giving their blessing for the system that elected your president.

        • groovy.

          Where are you getting your facts? Where is the electoral college being *strongly* supported? ESPECIALLY this cycle?

          • a b

            Polls. The support for the electoral college have grown with this election cycle. Americans have a tendency to overestimate their compatriots, that’s why so many of you thought Trump would automatically lose when he said this or that.

          • groovy.

            “Polls” are the ones that predicted that Clinton would win the presidency. “Polls” are what major news outlets like CNN, MSNBC, ABC, exc. were all betting on for the current climate of turned in voters. “Polls” are proven absolute bullshit and have now proven to not be correct in this cycle.

          • a b

            Most polls predicted that Clinton would get 46% of votes, the election got her 48,2%. That’s pretty much covered by the margin of error. So, you see, you don’t need to throw away statistics. Enough of this american anti-intelectualism.

          • groovy.

            “Enough of this American intellectualism”. Yeah, conversation over. Hope that hatred gives you strength.

            Keep listening to those bullshit polls for facts, lol.

        • Zealot

          I’m not sure I see it that way. From the overwhelming responses I’ve heard of or read, people understand that an electoral college all but nullifies a national popular vote. This continues to give highly populated states more power and say-so about the election outcome.

          • a b

            Your view is not supported by the facts. Gallup poll showed that only 49% of americans want to dismantling the electoral college in december, 2, 2016. In 2012, 62% wanted the system dismantled. Most americans are very proud that their country is “a republic and not a democracy”.

          • groovy.

            No, YOUR view (You are going to base your WHOLE view on a Gallup poll..are you serious?) is not supported by facts. You have absolutely no idea what you are talking about, seriously. Your hatred for “Americans” eclipsed common sense and actual facts.

        • skye3245

          I think because of the possible later risk of popular votes may cause. Like forcing recounts and such. It could end up being a vicious circle where something new would be brought in. I feel a group needs to come together to create a system that could work and not have enough “Trump” happen to us

      • Maximus

        We need a constitutional amendment that replaces the electoral college with a simple majority vote, makes election day a national holiday, and forbids disenfranchisement.

        • Zealot

          I think all but the Republicans and ersatz (cough, cough Colby Keller) intellectuals out there would heartily agree. Look at Trump’s recent “commission” to study voter fraud, which is requesting registered voter information from all 50 states. You don’t think they’re not doing all they can to undermine our system and stay in power?! Old rich white men are terrified of what a government elected by non-whites might do to them. They’re petrified and desperate and when someone’s that desperate, be careful. And there’s not one bit of joking or irony about that. These people don’t want to lose power and I’m scared they’ll do anything to keep it.

          • Maximus

            The old rich white men are terrified of equality and fairness. It’s pathetic.

        • McM.

          Voter disenfranchisement is LITERALLY how some politicians retain their positions.

          • Maximus

            And don’t forget about gerrymandering.

        • a b

          Never in recorded polls have the support for the replacement of the electoral college been so low.

          • Maximus

            A lot of Americans don’t actually know what the electoral college is. Public opinion will change once the public is educated on the history and undemocratic implications of the electoral college.

          • a b

            In 1968, 80% of americans wanted to dismantle the electoral college. In 1977, 75%. In 2013, 63%. And in 2016, only 49%.

          • Maximus

            I don’t see why that trend couldn’t be reversed if a prominent politician actually campaigned on doing away with the electoral college.

          • a b

            That’s expecting voters to be treated like customers, with no iniciative. Politicians respond to voters pressure, they will never be pioneers in any change.

          • Maximus

            The influence is bidirectional. Politicians have always been engineers of social change. However, bottom-up, voter-driven social change is also possible.

          • a b

            Most american leftists say they won’t vote for the Dems if next election is between Trump and a “neoliberal” from the democratic party. They don’t want any responsability, they don’t feel liable for the result of the election so they won’t make strategic choices. They think that if they cross their arms, the democratic party will change for them. I just want to point the destructive influence of the customer mentality in politics. So many people stayed at home, voted for third parties, campaigned against Hillary. 7 electoral votes got thrown away in candidates that weren’t even in the fucking race. I don’t put american politicians among the firsts to be blamed for the mess you guys got us all into.

          • Maximus

            What study/poll are you basing that claim on? “Most leftists” seems like a wild exaggeration. I agree with your other points regarding leftwing protest voters. Such voters were juvenile, myopic, and selfish in their actions last November.

          • a b

            Oh, I want to clarify that I am not considering liberals leftists. It’s a subjective term (which pretty much eliminates the possibility of a study on the subject). So no, for this piece I’m not using any study. I’m just saying, anecdote-based, that most american leftists (socialists) behaved like that.

          • Maximus

            Ah, I see the distinction you’re making. I don’t know how those people expect to achieve expanded political pluralism if they continue to help elect Republicans. The current political reality is that Americans have to choose between two parties. If that’s ever going to change, it’s not going to be thanks to Republicans. The only chance that we have for instituting public campaign funding, thus allowing for multiple viable political parties to exist, is to elect Democrats.

          • WhimsyCotton

            The public is going to become educated? How? Look at who’s in charge of education in our country. Betsy “We need to cut education spending” DeVos.

          • Maximus

            Like I said, it would need to be made a talking point of a major presidential campaign. I certainly have no confidence in our education system to inform people on the matter.

          • skye3245

            Did you hear about her going to college to do speeches about male rights on campus referring to things like rape and abuse on campuses? Like wtf while female sexual abuse and gay crimes on campuses rise she’s pushing for white straight males. Like this country is literally getting worse and worse. I’m with you @Whimsy

    • groovy.

      This is wrong actually, Hilary won the popular vote. Second, Clarify what you mean by “Americans”? ..because you cannot be talking the general people in this country who have been outraged and protesting since he was sworn in.. The outdated system that screwed us, screwed us. In America, the general public do not get to “vote” on what policy stays and goes in federal level..that is decided by many factors of sworn in officials who, unfortunately, are in the majority of TRUMP’S elected officials.

      Trump voters are idiots, yes. However, they are in no way the majority of America. The popular vote literally proved that.

      • a b

        Yeah, no. You are paying for every bomb your psychotic president uses, don’t count yourself among the innocents bystanders. Your president doesn’t reign over you, he represents you.

        • groovy.

          “paying for every bomb your psychotic president uses” dude wtf. The majority of Americans who did not vote for him are, indeed, innocent bystander who are actually fighting against this cabinet. How can one person be so against millions of people who are fighting for what’s right? does it make you feel superior in some way?

          • a b

            What cabinet appointees have been blocked?

          • skye3245

            we can’t block them…just vote them out, protest, or basically bombard their phones and mail boxes

          • Maximus

            I suspect that a b’s point is that all Americans have to collectively take responsibility for the current state of our country. We have varying degrees of culpability, true, but if American society is going to change, it will take a collective effort. We as a nation need to commit to rebooting our political system and civil society. People on the right won’t own up to their contributions to the current divisiveness and toxicity if we on the left and those in the center aren’t willing to do the same.

            (This is just me thinking “out loud,” not actually committing to a course of action, so nobody gets to call me a hypocrite for being a partisan cunt.)

          • a b

            You are literally financing his actions.

          • Maximus

            That’s technically true, but we have no choice in the matter—paying taxes is compulsory.

          • skye3245

            True, we have no choice as far as where our funds go. We have state and local representatives that we voice to but as you can see from the election and health care debates its become apparent that they do not always do what we tell them. We are basically in a situation where we can yell and scream to be heard but not necessarily going to be heard. So stating that we are financing or culpable in what he does demean what we go thru as a country. We literally have to spend hours emailing, calling, texting those who make our state and national decisions and if they don’t listen sometimes we have to wait years to remove them from office by that point that damage may already be done. I think looking from the outside you assume that we voted and we just go with the flow ut it doesn’t work like that.

  • a b

    Tegan Zayne is defending Colby Keller and calling Brave Delta brainwashed by the libral media

  • Donald Horn

    He needed the attention. He’s not even good at gay sex and I hate his facial hair.

  • Colby Keller is absolutely clueless. And pretty much the embodiment of white privilege. The idea of a “protest vote” simply does not exist for our LGBT brothers and sisters of color. People like Colby Keller failed them. And he continues to do so every single time he opens up his mouth.

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    • skye3245

      Thank you!!!! Bless you!!! Ppl keep writing his vote off as a “protest” and shaking up the system. Now we have things like hundreds of thousands about to lose what they have worked decades for thrown away because of who they are that doesn’t even impact their jobs. Because it didnt effect him he chose to destroy others lives. Him and ppl like him disgust me

  • Marik Ishtar

    “Let’s ask DMX what he thinks about this.”

    Trump-supporters who keep bring up Hilary Clinton to juxtapose the current seating president need to focus on the issue at hand. Colby, who concedes to his hatred of Democrats, is no better than the enemies he describes. His pride in intellectual superiority has left him deaf to the issues he blunderingly evokes.
    But I’m sick of giving him my time- same goes for any other so-called “allies” that voted for Trump. I give my support and energy to those who are most affected by his policies. As for Keller, just remember that whatever comes your way, you deserve it.

    • peter

      His pride in intellectual superiority?!?! He sucks dick for a living!

      • Mike Julius

        His *imagined* pride would be more accurate.

        • Zealot

          Exactly. And unfortunately, people like Trump and Colby are Teflon. You can’t get anything to stick with them. It just slides off because they are incapable of self reflection or personal responsibility. It’s the other person’s fault. It’s not mine. It wasn’t my vote for him. I don’t support him. The illogic and insanity of it boggle the mind. But if you try to make sense of it, it’ll pull you under too. It can’t be reasoned with nor can it be explained. It just has to be eradicated. It’s like cancer. Eats away at the healthy parts of what it infects and leaves behind only decay and misery.

      • skye3245

        I wanna see a doctorate and things he’s had published at this point because he literally comes off as an idiot. I mean Damien Kyle comes off better…at least his ignorance was up front and he know he is an idiot. This fool is delusional

  • MoraDeve

    It has only been 6mnths and I dred each new morning. Because I know each day this man will do something worse each day and can’t imagine what 4yrs will bring and FYI trump is the one who banned trans from the military and we the people didn’t intrust him to try and destroy what we are as a nation in 6mnths a

  • OverKill
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  • Xzamilloh

    Even my Clinton-hating ass knows that she was the better candidate for LGBT rights and if for no other reason than pandering, we would not have had any rollback of LGBT rights and victories. I can’t say I’m officially through with Colby Keller… because I never started with him.

    Said Colby Keller to his future endeavors:

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/6fe921a66d4abbf1ff7fc1224f5d850815ae7a0580ce52b1bc561fe061513905.gif

  • jviia

    I kind of felt bad about Tegan Zayne and how he just sort of dissipated but I am so glad Zack ignores him finding out for myself that he is crazy.

  • Scrapple

    This pontificating fuckwad is still making reckless comments and presenting them as philosophical statements when he’s about as woke as Rip Van Winkle? Gurl bye.

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/b83f1783fefe513f7a32fd7c9f07c7420866eae46a6db0c4ec203142204cfc0d.gif

  • peter
  • Pertinax

    Colby is ” admired” and payed to do this :

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    What he thinks and says is irrelevant and I doubt he is able to influence someone with the string of bullshit he does and says.

    • skye3245

      Have you looked at the articles featuring him and the comments? Apparently he has a lot of backers, some on this site alone

  • FrenchBug

    Someone Facebooked a picture of them working on a ChiChi LaRue’s scene yesterday and Keller was there grinning. Which went as well as you would expect in the comments but CCLR’s response (she first joked about a mutual friend of theirs)… Well, I’ll let everyone judge next time they claim themselves leaders of the LGBT community. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/987a382d70bfe459556c47f211d2af983eae829d9eaeee447996236cd8854ee3.png

    • skye3245

      Got flaws??? Chi Chi child thats not a flaw thats a detriment of character.

  • FrenchBug

    Can I just say – I am not a SF fan as far as his looks go – but just like Kyle Ross in the comments here yesterday, I like that the young twink has the most mature and effective response of them all – indeed, if the asshole really is that far up his own ass to try and relitigate this today of all days, the day after he said he wanted forgiveness!, the best response is cold contempt.
    CK likes attention and is convinced he is a genius. Nothing would hurt his pride more to have his dumb politicking be met with an eyeroll and a shrug.

    • a b

      What Kyle Ross said?

      • FrenchBug

        Nothing about this. He just laughed along a joke a commenter made at his expense and it was 1000% more mature than most of those older porn performers who throw a fit as soon as someone criticizes them. I was impressed

  • Deviancy Behavir

    And not a few days ago there were people defending Colby Keller. I told you he was full of shit! I also had to unfollow Tegan Zayne, because he became too pretentious for words. I understand being depressed at times, but I can’t take an insufferable, pretentious bitch of a man posting about how persecuted they are in the gay porn industry.

    • Duke

      Tegan whines about being persecuted for his race and being gay and yet defends Colby for voting in that disastrous pile of orange smeg? Tegan has lost his marbles and it’s been apparent for a while. I’m waiting for Zach to expose him.

      • a b

        What you mean his race? Tegan is not considered white in USA?

        • Duke

          He considers his Syrian half to be his defining half.

          • WhimsyCotton

            Syrians are White though…

          • Drunky McDrunkerson

            America is super racist dear, he ain’t white.

          • WhimsyCotton

            You have a point. If the Irish weren’t White, Middle Easterners have no chance.

          • skye3245

            Can i give you a handclap and a hug. White ppl the only one that can claim their heritage places as races while if you are from Cuba or Puerto Rico your Hispanic…Filipino or Chinese or Japanese your Asian, or just black. You ask a white person and they quick to say Italian, Irish, Greek, or whatever…your white. If we minorities can’t do it then where they come from with this…Whimsy you are on point tonight

          • WhimsyCotton

            They can say whatever the hell they want, the reality is a different story. That said, I question whether racist American Whites would ever consider a Middle Eastern man “truly” White.

    • SteadyNUnremitting

      Tegan has always been insufferable and pretentious. He just perpetrated to be some SJW for the gay porn industry. Shit hits the fan, and his true colors are finally showing.

    • skye3245

      the ppl defending him disgusted me. I stopped talking to them…they all are idiots. Plain and simple

    • Paul J

      What a nice person you are!

  • scorpio

    If a model exposes himself to 15 year old girls, 60% of people here find it hot or give him the benefit of the doubt. If CK expresses an opinion 90% consider him the biggest scum on earth

  • brock

    If you TRULY cannot understand how one candidate might be better than the other, EVEN IF you don’t love (or even really like) that candidate, then you are not nearly as intellectual or thoughtful as you think you are.

  • Paul J

    LGBT+ voters backing Trump is clearly like turkeys voting for an early Thanksgiving. But let’s not get carried away. In the words of the lovely Sean Ford: “Shut the fuck up you dumb fucking blow-up doll” is not a productive contribution right now. And don’t forget, Clinton is a belated supporter of LGBT+ rights. She wasn’t exactly vocal on the subject when she was First Lady.

    • NotAnLMD

      So because she wasn’t on board with the LGBT+ community from the moment she got into the public eye, she doesn’t count? This kind of ideological purity got us into this current mess.

      • Mike Julius

        Exactly. And Obama, who used to share that position, reversed course and sought to dismantle DOMA and Don’t Ask Don’t Tell. And I don’t know if you’ve been paying attention, but he did both those things.

        In the short time that Trump has been in office, he has sought to undo Obama’s entire legacy. Out of spite? I don’t know, but if anyone thinks Trump would be above reinstating the DOMA or DADT given what he did yesterday, OR that Hillary Clinton would have done either of those things as Commander in Chief, is dumb as all fuck.

      • Paul J

        No, Clinton and the Democratic Party establishment who still cling to failed neo liberal policies and are too out of touch to notice that millions are sick and tired of falling wages and lack of opportunity got us into this mess.

    • Deviancy Behavir

      Belated? Ha! Bernie Sanders thought gay marriage was a state issue and didn’t want it for his state, so let’s stop trying to make it seem like someone can’t evolve their position. Because he sure as hell did. If you don’t believe me google it. Colby is just an ignorant piece of trash.

      • Paul J

        Yes Hillary was terrifically brave in expressing her support for gay rights after most of Europe legalised gay marriage, states were legalising it in the US and it seemed like it was compulsory for every American TV series to have a gay character. Well done her!

        • Deviancy Behavir

          And when President Obama campaigned the first time guess what he said? He was for Domestic Partnerships, but not legal gay marriage, it wasn’t until his second term that he changed his mind and said he would support gay marriage rights. So if you can talk about how terrible Hillary Clinton was, why no talk about President Obama’s change in attitude? That’s what always gets me about people who try to say that Hillary changed her opinion, when even the President did and he didn’t get any slack for it, just praise. So if you’re going to complain, complain about both. Also, Hillary Clinton wasn’t in office during Don’t ask, don’t tell, her husband was so she couldn’t vote for or against it. Try again.

          • Paul J

            I am well aware that Hillary Clinton wasn’t in office during “Don’t ask, don’t tell”, which is why I said nothing about her voting. So I don’t need to “Try Again”, nor do I need to be patronised by someone so far up her ass only his shoes are showing.

          • Deviancy Behavir

            Must’ve struck a nerve, I didn’t know “online faceless trolls” had those.

          • Paul J

            Don’t flatter yourself.

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  • Dulcis Memoria

    This story has got me smiling so wide I look like an 80’s Crack Ho in the VIP room of a Whitney Houston concert!
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    But what about poor Colby? Who will console him?
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  • Maximus
  • Badbike

    Ugh…..well in other news that doesn’t involve this idiot, Jesse Colter announced his return to “mainstream” work https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/e080b3d6155bafa7e5229810c1b19976dd98ef425c3adcb5e9cc7b4c261bced2.jpg

    • gaysiantwink

      I’m excited. Grunting aside, he’s hot.

      • sexnando

        on the one hand i hate his grunting.
        on the other are the biggest cumshots ever thanks to his grunting.

        i’m happy his ratchet ass is coming back!!! <3
        ratchet bitches make the world go round :3

  • linger4444

    You won’t see these stupid fucking comments on twitter, if you stick to just watching the porn. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/0bc0f95418a790b8eadf3ffba90a4767f994434e7ed5c0bf354b3d2cf58ea558.gif

  • WhimsyCotton

    This dumbass, wannabe intellectual probably thinks no one understands him. He probably thinks he’s on “another level.” What the idiot doesn’t realize is that the US isn’t a work of fiction where “sticking it to the man” and letting chaos run rampant lead to a happily ever after. Millions of people who don’t have his privilege will suffer for years to come because of morons like him (and Susan Sarandon).

    It’s so easy to be protestor when you have nothing at stake. He’s basically a bearded Kendall Jenner. He needs to do the world a favor and shut the hell up. https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/7dcc9f2aa3f93ed3307347e93f6263ca086ef826c27b4f7863e8ee23c7e3eb3a.gif

    • Mike Julius

      It’s like he read the Hunger Games and thought it was a blueprint on how to get to a post-Snow society.

  • peter

    Guess what? She deleted the tweet!

  • Ninja0980

    And yet this POS like so many other racist, sexist and homophobic gay/gay4payers will still get work because as long as people think his body is hot, they won’t care how ugly the person is on the inside.
    Want to send a message?
    Blacklist him and delete any and all scenes on various porn sites with him.

  • Tim

    yeah, this was completely asinine. one could get all meta about his priorities, but comparing the two of them on scales of enmity is no contest.

  • Cosmic

    I used to find Colby tolerable but after his pro Trump bullshit I just can’t, the stupid emanating from him is just too much.

  • SteadyNUnremitting

    Not surprising. Colby Keller is epitome of the white privileged gay.

    • Michael Regan

      oh stop with the white privilege crap already, its boring. Keller might be a self inflated egotist but people throwing out this privilege crap just because of the color of someones skin is just as fucking racist as any cop who targets a black man without just cause. Far left lib-tards are just as fucking bad as far right repub-tards.

      • a b

        If the election depended only on black people, Hillary would have won. Why should we pretend that’s not relevant?

        • Michael Regan

          You do know there are black and gay republicans right? Also really highlights what little respect people here have for their own democracy, at least you live in a country that is based on democracy and not on totalitarianism, at least you live somewhere where your not forced to conform but can protest against it. But what I see in this thread just shows people don’t give a shit about democracy but just wanting everything one way or nothing.
          I’m a gay brit whos family votes conservative, but I don’t fucking judge them on their vote, so likewise I don’t judge Keller for whoever he voted for, I just consider his pretentious nature the only bad thing about him.

          • a b

            I did not claim black and gay GOP voters didn’t existed, but that’s simply irrelevant. Only 12% of LGBT people declared intent to vote for Trump. What did you expected? That not a single gay person voted for him? You can’t have unanimity even for the question “is the earth flat or not?” The fact is that race and sexual orientation is not irrelevant, if the election depended only on black people or only on LGBT people, Hillary would have won. Why you insist in pretending you don’t understand that?

      • skye3245

        if its not a valid comment…name one thing the current administration that has done or is in the process of doing that effects him personally? I can name a few that were just done or going to be done that won’t and its because he’s MALE and WHITE! Only thing that may touch him is if the word gay is there. So yeah…white privilege does cover it

  • a b

    No, those data I wrote are the results of a poll, not an actual voting.

  • scorpio

    One action is ILLEGAL, the other one is a RIGHT. I commented on how for most people here a crime involving a pedophile is more forgivable than a right. They want the straight pedophile to be hired to do gay porn while they demand a guy that has proven to be good at his job to be fired because of something as legal as having a religion. That’s bigoted.
    My estimated percentages clearly excluded those who have “consistently condemned both”