US celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain was found dead in a Paris hotel room, according to media reports. The television personality was 61. It was reported that he committed suicide by hanging himself. Bourdain was in France working on an upcoming episode for his award-winning television series ‘Parts Unknown’ and was found dead by one of his closest friends, celebrity chef Eric Ripert, in a hotel outside Strasbourg, France.
Bourdain became an outspoken advocate of the anti-sexual harrassment #MeToo Movement after his girlfriend, Asia Argento, accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault in October. CNN confirmed Bourdain’s death on Friday and said the cause of death was suicide.
Bourdain lived in Manhattan, not far from CNN’s studio. Before he became a TV star he was a successful chef and rose to fame as the author of New York Times bestseller “Kitchen Confidential.” He was known as “the original rock star” of the culinary world. He got his big break back in 1999, after writing a wildly popular article for the New Yorker which was later adapted into a best-selling book. He later hosted “A Cook’s Tour” on the Food Network, then moved to the Travel Channel with a new show, “Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations.” In 2013, he joined CNN and was the star of “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown” – Season 11 of which aired on the network last month. His television programs have won numerous Emmy and Peabody Awards.
Five weeks after his death, Popula magazine published an interview that had taken place just prior to his alleged suicide.
‘Bill Clinton, look, the bimbo eruptions – it was f***king monstrous,’ Bourdain said, before describing the former presidents as ‘a piece of s**t, entitled, rapey, gropey, grabby, disgusting’.
Bourdain went on to condemn the way Clinton and wife Hillary ‘destroyed these women’ who came forward with the allegations.
‘He is a very charming man, I met him, he’s f**king magnetic. As is (Hillary). When you’re in the room, you think wow, she’s really warm and nice and funny. But the way they efficiently dismantled, destroyed, and shamelessly discredited these women for speaking their truth.’
Bourdain, who had been dating Italian actress Asia Argento – one of Weinstein’s first accusers, also spoke of Hillary’s response to the wave of sexual assault allegations leveled against the Hollywood producer. Soon after the allegations started piling up about Weinstein, Hillary said she was ‘appalled’ and denied having any knowledge of what was happening behind closed doors.
‘It was something that was just intolerable in every way,’ Hillary said at the time. ‘And, you know, like so many people who’ve come forward and spoken out, this was a different side of a person who I and many others had known in the past.’
Weinstein hosted events and donated personally to Clinton ever since she first ran for public office back in 1999 as a senator for the state of New York. Bourdain publicly slammed Hillary on Twitter calling her response ‘shameful in its deflection and its disingenuousness’. When asked about Clinton’s response in his February interview, Bourdain said:
‘I will tell you that as frightening as that was at times, when I sat there with Asia, as she texted her sisters… watching the Clinton apology on Weinstein, and (Asia’s) watching this statement, there was a lot of anticipation.
‘People were really hoping she’d come out with a… I don’t know. Let’s just say with something different. I immediately tweeted my disappointment, very much shaped by what I saw around me. And I will tell you, that was really f**king frightening, the reaction to that. You know, I voted for her.
The interview also covered current politics in the Trump-era with Bourdain saying he would be filling to compromise his principles in exchange for some ‘f**king competency’ and for someone who has an understanding of how government works.
Here’s exclusive details surrounding Anthony Bourdain’s suspicious suicide, including the CNN star’s plan to expose the globalists’ agenda to derail world peace. The first is a response from Alex Jones the day of Bourdain’s murder. The second, was five weeks later following the publishing of the exclusive interview where Bourdain in which he unloads on ‘rapey, gropey and disgusting’ Bill Clinton and hopes Weinstein is ‘beaten to death in jail’.