Savage's Past Reveals Homosexual Encounters
Radio host Michael Savage has been called controversial, abrasive, and entertaining. The staunch conservative regularly riles up left-wingers on his daily four-hour program.
Savage regularly chronicles his thoughts on President Obama, taxes, herbal medicine, and his dog Teddy. However, the subject which infuriates Savage the most appears to be gay rights. His high-profile MSNBC program was canceled in 2003, after telling a presumed gay caller to "get AIDS and die" on air.
Savage has spoken outlandishly against gays in the past, calling them "degenerates" and members of a "gay mafia." Savage is estimated to spend up to 20% of his on-air time to speaking about homosexual issues, second only to talk about the size of the federal government.
Savage, born Michael Weiner in 1942, has come under increased scrutiny as his fame has increased. In researching Savage's background in 2008, staffers from the MSNBC program Countdown with Keith Olbermann claim to have discovered evidence that the talk show giant may be a closet homosexual.
According to Steven Wekselbaum, who researched Savage's past, Savage's first wife Carol Ely, complained of the lack of sex in their relationship. In text of a letter to her sister, dated 1963 (right before the couple's divorce), Carol stated that "Michael spends more time at the cabarets and the bathhouses than with me. [I have] lost weight, so I dont [sic] understand his problem."
During Savage's tenure on the radio, he has risen to one of the top five largest hosts in the United States. However, during that time, word that Savage conducted various homosexual affairs has leaked to various press outlets. Many of these are unconfirmed rumors, but a specific San Francisco man only identified as "Hal" claims to have a videotape of a 45-minute "rough" sexual encounter.
Savage denies all homosexual allegations, and responded to Olbermann's accusations by calling him "an agent of the homosexual deviant agenda."
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