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FPP
2018-06-01 12:19:18 UTC
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“I would be more concerned about leaving her on the air if it were
more directly connected to the news that she was delivering,” Culver
said, “but I do think they run the risk of looking like they’re
giving her a free pass. They do have to be concerned about how this
appears.”
Yes... because if it's one thing Republicans have proved, it's that how
things appear that is ever so important.

Like how they looked supporting a president who pays off porn stars.

Like how they looked when they supported a child abuser and pedophile
for US Senate.

Like how they looked when they joked about a war hero and US Senator not
mattering because he was dying.
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BTR1701
2018-06-01 15:16:52 UTC
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On Tuesday, Fox News ran a headline, "Tone-deaf MSNBC slammed for
bringing on Joy Reid to discuss Roseanne Barr's social media slur."
Wednesday night, Fox host Tucker Carlson aired a segment
highlighting decade-old posts in which Reid expressed views on
immigration that sounded straight from the "America First" playbook,
including that "flying the Mexican flag on U.S. soil strikes me as
incredibly presumptuous and insulting to the US".
LOL! Reid is an asshole, but I'm not going to criticize her when she
actually says something true.

Entering the US illegally, then bitching that the country you've
illegally entered isn't handing out enough freebies to you, while flying
the flag of the country you just fled, *is* presumptuous and insulting
to U.S. citizens who are providing all the largesse to the illegals.
trotsky
2018-06-02 10:50:57 UTC
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On Tuesday, Fox News ran a headline, "Tone-deaf MSNBC slammed for
bringing on Joy Reid to discuss Roseanne Barr's social media slur."
Wednesday night, Fox host Tucker Carlson aired a segment
highlighting decade-old posts in which Reid expressed views on
immigration that sounded straight from the "America First" playbook,
including that "flying the Mexican flag on U.S. soil strikes me as
incredibly presumptuous and insulting to the US".
LOL! Reid is an asshole, but I'm not going to criticize her when she
actually says something true.
Entering the US illegally, then bitching that the country you've
illegally entered isn't handing out enough freebies to you, while flying
the flag of the country you just fled, *is* presumptuous and insulting
to U.S. citizens who are providing all the largesse to the illegals.
Wow, that's one of the more dumb fuck things you've said in a while.
Having pride in your country, and leaving that country when you become
less proud of it, is normal. And the cultural melting pot that is the
U.S. is one of the things that makes it great. You wouldn't complain
about a Mexican chick flying a Mexican flag if she was a hot piece of
ass you were trying to pursue so as ever you are a liar, hypocrite and
stupid motherfucking piece of crap that just needs to get the fuck off
this group. I'm trying to make this as easy for you as possible.
Ubiquitous
2018-06-16 05:23:50 UTC
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Two MSNBC analysts falsely claimed on Friday that the Trump
administration is operating concentration camps for illegal immigrant
children who are separated from their parents.

Guests Stephanie Cutter and Michael Steele made the remarks, which went
completely unchallenged by host Stephanie Ruhle.

Cutter, who was a high-level official in Barack Obama's 2012
presidential campaign, claimed that what the Trump administration is
doing was not the law, just merely their "interpretation" of the law.

"We can't find a solution to this problem without harming children?
Without putting them in concentration camps?" Cutter asked, according
to the Free Beacon.

Steele, who is the former Chairman of the Republican National Committee
(RNC), turned the rhetoric up a notch, warning Americans that their
children could be next.

"I call this a concentration camp for kids," Steele said. "When you
give kids 22 hours of lock-up time and two hours of airtime, what else
can it be? And if this is where this country's going, the American
people need to wake up and pay attention, because your kids could be
next."

WATCH:
Ryan Saavedra ????
MSNBC analysts claim that the Trump administration is
currently operating concentration camps.
https://twitter.com/RealSaavedra/status/1007770184415830016
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Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
Ubiquitous
2018-06-17 13:33:22 UTC
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CNN and MSNBC buried the inspector general report’s revelation that a
number of FBI agents were receiving unauthorized free handouts, such as
dinners and tickets, from reporters.

Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz noted in his
report on the Clinton investigation, which was released Thursday, that
his department found numerous instances in which FBI agents were
improperly in contact with reporters and were receiving a number of
free perks from their relationships.

The department “identified numerous FBI employees, at all levels of the
organization and with no official reason to be in contact with the
media, who were nevertheless in frequent contact with reporters.”

FBI agents’ relationships with the media extended to “improperly
receiving benefits from reporters, including tickets to sporting
events, golfing outings, drinks and meals, and admittance to nonpublic
social events” and could have encouraged some agents to leak
information to the press, Horowitz implied in the report.

In fact, these relationships could have violated federal gift-giving
rules laid out by the U.S. Office of Government Ethics. (RELATED:IG
Revelations On Agent/Journo Gift-Giving Could Be Federal Crimes)

Despite the serious potential implications of the IG’s findings, CNN
and MSNBC gave little coverage to that part of the report. It was only
ever mentioned on CNN twice — once by Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham
and once by former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara — and received no
mentions in articles on their website.

MSNBC anchors were similarly mum about the story with the exception of
Ari Melber, host of “The Beat.” Melber dedicated at least two minutes
Thursday to the FBI’s obsession with its image in the media and a
little under a minute to the specific findings on improper contacts
with the media.

Melber also showed several charts from the IG report that showed the
extent of some reporters’ contacts with members of the FBI.

Melber’s report was an outlier rather than the norm, as he was the only
person on the network to even mention the FBI’s inappropriate contacts
with the media, according to a search of TV clipping service Grabien.

CNN and MSNBC reported plenty on other aspects of the IG report,
particularly the fact that Horowitz found no evidence that political
bias motivated former FBI director James Comey’s missteps in the
Clinton probe. Yet, they seemingly found the FBI’s culture of leaks and
the possibility that reporters were bribing sources to not be as
noteworthy.
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Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
FPP
2018-06-17 21:08:46 UTC
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CNN and MSNBC buried the inspector general report’s revelation that a
number of FBI agents were receiving unauthorized free handouts, such as
dinners and tickets, from reporters.
https://www.infowars.com/cnn-msnbc-bury-fbi-agents-getting-freebies-from-reporters/

Yeah... trust InfoWARS and Alex Jones for your news. That explains a lot!
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They said there were two fathers, one above, one below.
They lied. There was only ever the Devil.
When you look up from the bottom, it was just his reflection, laughing
back down at you." -James Delos (Westworld 5-12-18)
Ubiquitous
2018-06-17 22:07:59 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
CNN and MSNBC buried the inspector general report’s revelation that a
number of FBI agents were receiving unauthorized free handouts, such as
dinners and tickets, from reporters.
https://www.infowars.com/cnn-msnbc-bury-fbi-agents-getting-freebies-from-reporters/
Yeah... trust InfoWARS and Alex Jones for your news. That explains a lot!
For starters, that's not where I get my news, but I guess that's also why you so conveniently removed that part from the article I quoted; you are unable to provide a rebuttal and counter example of the facts.
Post by FPP
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz noted in his
report on the Clinton investigation, which was released Thursday, that
his department found numerous instances in which FBI agents were
improperly in contact with reporters and were receiving a number of
free perks from their relationships.
The department “identified numerous FBI employees, at all levels of the
organization and with no official reason to be in contact with the
media, who were nevertheless in frequent contact with reporters.”
Despite the serious potential implications of the IG’s findings, CNN
and MSNBC gave little coverage to that part of the report. It was only
ever mentioned on CNN twice — once by Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham
and once by former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara — and received no
mentions in articles on their website.
MSNBC anchors were similarly mum about the story with the exception of
Ari Melber, host of “The Beat.” Melber dedicated at least two minutes
Thursday to the FBI’s obsession with its image in the media and a
little under a minute to the specific findings on improper contacts
with the media.
Melber also showed several charts from the IG report that showed the
extent of some reporters’ contacts with members of the FBI.
Melber’s report was an outlier rather than the norm, as he was the only
person on the network to even mention the FBI’s inappropriate contacts
with the media, according to a search of TV clipping service Grabien.
CNN and MSNBC reported plenty on other aspects of the IG report,
particularly the fact that Horowitz found no evidence that political
bias motivated former FBI director James Comey’s missteps in the
Clinton probe. Yet, they seemingly found the FBI’s culture of leaks and
the possibility that reporters were bribing sources to not be as
noteworthy.
Do let us know when you are able to provide a counter-argument to the point.
I shant hold my breath b/c this is where you suddenly pretend to not have seen my followup, as your normal SOP when you've lost a debate here.

Ad hominem noted.
"Dowdification" noted.
Deflection noted.
Nonrersposnse noted.

Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
Ubiquitous
2018-06-19 01:05:02 UTC
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The pundit class have officially snapped over the Trump
administration’s zero-tolerance border enforcement policy. Since
Friday, the collective breakdown has yielded a total of 22 instances
in which cable news commentators compared the separation of parents
and children illegally entering the country to World War II-era war
crimes and human rights violations.

The Holocaust was invoked 12 times across CNN and MSNBC between June
15 and the 18th, generally in the form of comparisons between DHS
detention centers and Nazi concentration camps. There were also six
mentions of Japanese-American internment camps, as well as four
comparisons to slavery.

On Friday, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough opened Morning Joe with a
tasteless Holocaust reference. “_Children are being marched away to
showers_,” he intoned, “_just like the Nazis said they were taking
people to the showers, and then they never came back. You’d think
they would use another trick_.”

Over the weekend, CNN political commentator Dave Jacobson threw a
miniature tantrum over the policy. On Saturday’s CNN Newsroom during
the 10 a.m. hour, he opined, “_Donald Trump increasingly looks like
Hitler in Nazi Germany_.” The following day, he appeared again on
Newsroom in the afternoon to embellish on his already hysterical
take: “_Increasingly, Donald Trump is turning this nation into Nazi
Germany and turning these [detention centers] into concentration
camps_.”

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, evidently eager to join in the
hyperventilating excitement, managed to last less than a minute
before evoking concentration camps while hosting Hardball on Monday.
Throughout the show, he repeatedly interrupted guests to draw their
attention to images of crying children that flashed across the
screen.

https://www.mrctv.org/videos/cable-news-22-comparisons-immigration-
policy-holocaust-slavery

Media darling and former National Security Director General Michael
Hayden poured gasoline on the fire with a June 16 tweet featuring an
image of the Birkenau concentration camp along with the text, “Other
governments have separated mothers and children,”:

While cooler heads in the media condemned this comparison, Hayden
later defended those statements during two CNN appearances on
Monday. “Now look, I know we’re not Nazi Germany,” he said on New
Day, “_but there is a commonality there_.”

He repeated that point on The Situation Room that same day: “I knew
it would be controversial, but I felt a warning flare was
necessary.” Hayden’s tweet was also featured on five different MSNBC
shows on Monday, with hosts such as Nicolle Wallace of Deadline:
White House and Stephanie Ruhle of MSNBC Live appearing reluctant
even to criticize the comparison. “We don’t want to go too far, but
is this warning valid?” Ruhle pondered anxiously on her 9 a.m. show.

Some pundits too squeamish for Holocaust references instead made
overtures to America’s Japanese internment camps from World War II.
MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart mentioned both those camps and
the Trail of Tears on AM Joy, adding that he felt the practice was
“very American.” Leadership Development Strategist Kwame Jackson
echoed Capehart’s point later that day on MSNBC Live with Yasmin
Vossoughian:

We’re also talking about a legacy of this in the United
States of America, whether it was Native American family
separation, whether it was African slave separation,
whether it was the Japanese internment camps. So this is
a long line that we’re actually hearkening back to, that
we really should be ashamed of and look at where we come
from historically.

So absurd was the media's melodrama that even CNN’s Brian Stelter
felt the need to step in and pump the proverbial brakes. On Sunday’s
Reliable Sources, he posed a challenge to his guests: “_Doesn’t the
tone of this coverage offend a great deal of Americans who feel that
the real scandal is that people are entering the country illegally
in the first place_?”

--
"We have got to send a clear message, that just because your child gets across
the border, that doesn't mean the child gets to stay. We don't want to send a
message that is contrary to our laws or will encourage more children to make
that dangerous journey."
FPP
2018-06-19 22:43:54 UTC
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The pundit class have officially snapped over the Trump
administration’s zero-tolerance border enforcement policy.
Glad you child abuse lovers can understand that.
Now you can go back to making your little yellow stars.
--
"I'm all the way down now. I can see all the way to the bottom.
They said there were two fathers, one above, one below.
They lied. There was only ever the Devil.
When you look up from the bottom, it was just his reflection, laughing
back down at you." -James Delos (Westworld 5-12-18)
Ubiquitous
2018-06-20 01:20:33 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Ubiquitous
The pundit class have officially snapped over the Trump
administration’s zero-tolerance border enforcement policy. Since
Friday, the collective breakdown has yielded a total of 22 instances
in which cable news commentators compared the separation of parents
and children illegally entering the country to World War II-era war
crimes and human rights violations.
The Holocaust was invoked 12 times across CNN and MSNBC between June
15 and the 18th, generally in the form of comparisons between DHS
detention centers and Nazi concentration camps. There were also six
mentions of Japanese-American internment camps, as well as four
comparisons to slavery.
On Friday, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough opened Morning Joe with a
tasteless Holocaust reference. “_Children are being marched away to
showers_,” he intoned, “_just like the Nazis said they were taking
people to the showers, and then they never came back. You’d think
they would use another trick_.”
Over the weekend, CNN political commentator Dave Jacobson threw a
miniature tantrum over the policy. On Saturday’s CNN Newsroom during
the 10 a.m. hour, he opined, “_Donald Trump increasingly looks like
Hitler in Nazi Germany_.” The following day, he appeared again on
Newsroom in the afternoon to embellish on his already hysterical
take: “_Increasingly, Donald Trump is turning this nation into Nazi
Germany and turning these [detention centers] into concentration
camps_.”
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, evidently eager to join in the
hyperventilating excitement, managed to last less than a minute
before evoking concentration camps while hosting Hardball on Monday.
Throughout the show, he repeatedly interrupted guests to draw their
attention to images of crying children that flashed across the
screen.
https://www.mrctv.org/videos/cable-news-22-comparisons-immigration-
policy-holocaust-slavery
Media darling and former National Security Director General Michael
Hayden poured gasoline on the fire with a June 16 tweet featuring an
image of the Birkenau concentration camp along with the text, “Other
While cooler heads in the media condemned this comparison, Hayden
later defended those statements during two CNN appearances on
Monday. “Now look, I know we’re not Nazi Germany,” he said on New
Day, “_but there is a commonality there_.”
He repeated that point on The Situation Room that same day: “I knew
it would be controversial, but I felt a warning flare was
necessary.” Hayden’s tweet was also featured on five different MSNBC
White House and Stephanie Ruhle of MSNBC Live appearing reluctant
even to criticize the comparison. “We don’t want to go too far, but
is this warning valid?” Ruhle pondered anxiously on her 9 a.m. show.
Some pundits too squeamish for Holocaust references instead made
overtures to America’s Japanese internment camps from World War II.
MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart mentioned both those camps and
the Trail of Tears on AM Joy, adding that he felt the practice was
“very American.” Leadership Development Strategist Kwame Jackson
echoed Capehart’s point later that day on MSNBC Live with Yasmin
We’re also talking about a legacy of this in the United
States of America, whether it was Native American family
separation, whether it was African slave separation,
whether it was the Japanese internment camps. So this is
a long line that we’re actually hearkening back to, that
we really should be ashamed of and look at where we come
from historically.
So absurd was the media's melodrama that even CNN’s Brian Stelter
felt the need to step in and pump the proverbial brakes. On Sunday’s
Reliable Sources, he posed a challenge to his guests: “_Doesn’t the
tone of this coverage offend a great deal of Americans who feel that
the real scandal is that people are entering the country illegally
in the first place_?”
Glad you child abuse lovers can understand that.
Now you can go back to making your little yellow stars.
Ad hominem noted.
Goodwin's Law violation noted.

Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.

--
"We have got to send a clear message, that just because your child gets across
the border, that doesn't mean the child gets to stay. We don't want to send a
message that is contrary to our laws or will encourage more children to make
that dangerous journey."
Ubiquitous
2018-06-20 01:20:33 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Ubiquitous
The pundit class have officially snapped over the Trump
administration’s zero-tolerance border enforcement policy. Since
Friday, the collective breakdown has yielded a total of 22 instances
in which cable news commentators compared the separation of parents
and children illegally entering the country to World War II-era war
crimes and human rights violations.
The Holocaust was invoked 12 times across CNN and MSNBC between June
15 and the 18th, generally in the form of comparisons between DHS
detention centers and Nazi concentration camps. There were also six
mentions of Japanese-American internment camps, as well as four
comparisons to slavery.
On Friday, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough opened Morning Joe with a
tasteless Holocaust reference. “_Children are being marched away to
showers_,” he intoned, “_just like the Nazis said they were taking
people to the showers, and then they never came back. You’d think
they would use another trick_.”
Over the weekend, CNN political commentator Dave Jacobson threw a
miniature tantrum over the policy. On Saturday’s CNN Newsroom during
the 10 a.m. hour, he opined, “_Donald Trump increasingly looks like
Hitler in Nazi Germany_.” The following day, he appeared again on
Newsroom in the afternoon to embellish on his already hysterical
take: “_Increasingly, Donald Trump is turning this nation into Nazi
Germany and turning these [detention centers] into concentration
camps_.”
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, evidently eager to join in the
hyperventilating excitement, managed to last less than a minute
before evoking concentration camps while hosting Hardball on Monday.
Throughout the show, he repeatedly interrupted guests to draw their
attention to images of crying children that flashed across the
screen.
https://www.mrctv.org/videos/cable-news-22-comparisons-immigration-
policy-holocaust-slavery
Media darling and former National Security Director General Michael
Hayden poured gasoline on the fire with a June 16 tweet featuring an
image of the Birkenau concentration camp along with the text, “Other
While cooler heads in the media condemned this comparison, Hayden
later defended those statements during two CNN appearances on
Monday. “Now look, I know we’re not Nazi Germany,” he said on New
Day, “_but there is a commonality there_.”
He repeated that point on The Situation Room that same day: “I knew
it would be controversial, but I felt a warning flare was
necessary.” Hayden’s tweet was also featured on five different MSNBC
White House and Stephanie Ruhle of MSNBC Live appearing reluctant
even to criticize the comparison. “We don’t want to go too far, but
is this warning valid?” Ruhle pondered anxiously on her 9 a.m. show.
Some pundits too squeamish for Holocaust references instead made
overtures to America’s Japanese internment camps from World War II.
MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart mentioned both those camps and
the Trail of Tears on AM Joy, adding that he felt the practice was
“very American.” Leadership Development Strategist Kwame Jackson
echoed Capehart’s point later that day on MSNBC Live with Yasmin
We’re also talking about a legacy of this in the United
States of America, whether it was Native American family
separation, whether it was African slave separation,
whether it was the Japanese internment camps. So this is
a long line that we’re actually hearkening back to, that
we really should be ashamed of and look at where we come
from historically.
So absurd was the media's melodrama that even CNN’s Brian Stelter
felt the need to step in and pump the proverbial brakes. On Sunday’s
Reliable Sources, he posed a challenge to his guests: “_Doesn’t the
tone of this coverage offend a great deal of Americans who feel that
the real scandal is that people are entering the country illegally
in the first place_?”
Glad you child abuse lovers can understand that.
Now you can go back to making your little yellow stars.
Ad hominem noted.
Goodwin's Law violation noted.

Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.

--
"We have got to send a clear message, that just because your child gets across
the border, that doesn't mean the child gets to stay. We don't want to send a
message that is contrary to our laws or will encourage more children to make
that dangerous journey."
FPP
2018-06-20 02:05:26 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Ubiquitous
The pundit class have officially snapped over the Trump
administration’s zero-tolerance border enforcement policy. Since
Friday, the collective breakdown has yielded a total of 22 instances
in which cable news commentators compared the separation of parents
and children illegally entering the country to World War II-era war
crimes and human rights violations.
The Holocaust was invoked 12 times across CNN and MSNBC between June
15 and the 18th, generally in the form of comparisons between DHS
detention centers and Nazi concentration camps. There were also six
mentions of Japanese-American internment camps, as well as four
comparisons to slavery.
On Friday, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough opened Morning Joe with a
tasteless Holocaust reference. “_Children are being marched away to
showers_,” he intoned, “_just like the Nazis said they were taking
people to the showers, and then they never came back. You’d think
they would use another trick_.”
Over the weekend, CNN political commentator Dave Jacobson threw a
miniature tantrum over the policy. On Saturday’s CNN Newsroom during
the 10 a.m. hour, he opined, “_Donald Trump increasingly looks like
Hitler in Nazi Germany_.” The following day, he appeared again on
Newsroom in the afternoon to embellish on his already hysterical
take: “_Increasingly, Donald Trump is turning this nation into Nazi
Germany and turning these [detention centers] into concentration
camps_.”
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, evidently eager to join in the
hyperventilating excitement, managed to last less than a minute
before evoking concentration camps while hosting Hardball on Monday.
Throughout the show, he repeatedly interrupted guests to draw their
attention to images of crying children that flashed across the
screen.
https://www.mrctv.org/videos/cable-news-22-comparisons-immigration-
policy-holocaust-slavery
Media darling and former National Security Director General Michael
Hayden poured gasoline on the fire with a June 16 tweet featuring an
image of the Birkenau concentration camp along with the text, “Other
While cooler heads in the media condemned this comparison, Hayden
later defended those statements during two CNN appearances on
Monday. “Now look, I know we’re not Nazi Germany,” he said on New
Day, “_but there is a commonality there_.”
He repeated that point on The Situation Room that same day: “I knew
it would be controversial, but I felt a warning flare was
necessary.” Hayden’s tweet was also featured on five different MSNBC
White House and Stephanie Ruhle of MSNBC Live appearing reluctant
even to criticize the comparison. “We don’t want to go too far, but
is this warning valid?” Ruhle pondered anxiously on her 9 a.m. show.
Some pundits too squeamish for Holocaust references instead made
overtures to America’s Japanese internment camps from World War II.
MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart mentioned both those camps and
the Trail of Tears on AM Joy, adding that he felt the practice was
“very American.” Leadership Development Strategist Kwame Jackson
echoed Capehart’s point later that day on MSNBC Live with Yasmin
We’re also talking about a legacy of this in the United
States of America, whether it was Native American family
separation, whether it was African slave separation,
whether it was the Japanese internment camps. So this is
a long line that we’re actually hearkening back to, that
we really should be ashamed of and look at where we come
from historically.
So absurd was the media's melodrama that even CNN’s Brian Stelter
felt the need to step in and pump the proverbial brakes. On Sunday’s
Reliable Sources, he posed a challenge to his guests: “_Doesn’t the
tone of this coverage offend a great deal of Americans who feel that
the real scandal is that people are entering the country illegally
in the first place_?”
Glad you child abuse lovers can understand that.
Now you can go back to making your little yellow stars.
Ad hominem noted.
Goodwin's Law violation noted.
Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
Don't you ever tire of saying nothing?
--
"I'm all the way down now. I can see all the way to the bottom.
They said there were two fathers, one above, one below.
They lied. There was only ever the Devil.
When you look up from the bottom, it was just his reflection, laughing
back down at you." -James Delos (Westworld 5-12-18)
Ubiquitous
2018-06-20 03:45:21 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Ubiquitous
The pundit class have officially snapped over the Trump
administration’s zero-tolerance border enforcement policy. Since
Friday, the collective breakdown has yielded a total of 22 instances
in which cable news commentators compared the separation of parents
and children illegally entering the country to World War II-era war
crimes and human rights violations.
The Holocaust was invoked 12 times across CNN and MSNBC between June
15 and the 18th, generally in the form of comparisons between DHS
detention centers and Nazi concentration camps. There were also six
mentions of Japanese-American internment camps, as well as four
comparisons to slavery.
On Friday, MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough opened Morning Joe with a
tasteless Holocaust reference. “_Children are being marched away to
showers_,” he intoned, “_just like the Nazis said they were taking
people to the showers, and then they never came back. You’d think
they would use another trick_.”
Over the weekend, CNN political commentator Dave Jacobson threw a
miniature tantrum over the policy. On Saturday’s CNN Newsroom during
the 10 a.m. hour, he opined, “_Donald Trump increasingly looks like
Hitler in Nazi Germany_.” The following day, he appeared again on
Newsroom in the afternoon to embellish on his already hysterical
take: “_Increasingly, Donald Trump is turning this nation into Nazi
Germany and turning these [detention centers] into concentration
camps_.”
MSNBC’s Chris Matthews, evidently eager to join in the
hyperventilating excitement, managed to last less than a minute
before evoking concentration camps while hosting Hardball on Monday.
Throughout the show, he repeatedly interrupted guests to draw their
attention to images of crying children that flashed across the
screen.
https://www.mrctv.org/videos/cable-news-22-comparisons-immigration-
policy-holocaust-slavery
Media darling and former National Security Director General Michael
Hayden poured gasoline on the fire with a June 16 tweet featuring an
image of the Birkenau concentration camp along with the text, “Other
While cooler heads in the media condemned this comparison, Hayden
later defended those statements during two CNN appearances on
Monday. “Now look, I know we’re not Nazi Germany,” he said on New
Day, “_but there is a commonality there_.”
He repeated that point on The Situation Room that same day: “I knew
it would be controversial, but I felt a warning flare was
necessary.” Hayden’s tweet was also featured on five different MSNBC
White House and Stephanie Ruhle of MSNBC Live appearing reluctant
even to criticize the comparison. “We don’t want to go too far, but
is this warning valid?” Ruhle pondered anxiously on her 9 a.m. show.
Some pundits too squeamish for Holocaust references instead made
overtures to America’s Japanese internment camps from World War II.
MSNBC contributor Jonathan Capehart mentioned both those camps and
the Trail of Tears on AM Joy, adding that he felt the practice was
“very American.” Leadership Development Strategist Kwame Jackson
echoed Capehart’s point later that day on MSNBC Live with Yasmin
We’re also talking about a legacy of this in the United
States of America, whether it was Native American family
separation, whether it was African slave separation,
whether it was the Japanese internment camps. So this is
a long line that we’re actually hearkening back to, that
we really should be ashamed of and look at where we come
from historically.
So absurd was the media's melodrama that even CNN’s Brian Stelter
felt the need to step in and pump the proverbial brakes. On Sunday’s
Reliable Sources, he posed a challenge to his guests: “_Doesn’t the
tone of this coverage offend a great deal of Americans who feel that
the real scandal is that people are entering the country illegally
in the first place_?”
Glad you child abuse lovers can understand that.
Now you can go back to making your little yellow stars.
Ad hominem noted.
Goodwin's Law violation noted.
Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
Don't you ever tire of saying nothing?
Don't you ever get tired of losing debates with me?
Ubiquitous
2018-07-09 09:13:54 UTC
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On the morning of July 6, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of
Labor Statistics announced that Hispanic unemployment in the United
States had reached its lowest level, 4.6%, in the 45 years since the
agency first started keeping records on the statistic, back in 1973.

One would think such a historic achievement would be news that night
on the nation’s leading Spanish-language television news programs,
but that was not the case. The principal national evening newscasts
of Univision and Telemundo (sister network of NBC), along with their
lesser-known rivals Azteca América and Estrella TV, all kept silent
about the record low, and its significance for the country’s Latino
population.

Specifically, during the milestone month of June 2018, a net 164,000
Hispanics entered the U.S. workforce (employed or actively looking
for work), while employment per the Household Survey increased by
250,000, leading to 86,000 fewer unemployed. The principal,
Washington-based U.S. Spanish-language news program of CNN en
Español, Directo USA, also passed on reporting the historic news
that evening, as did NTN24’s evening Informativo.

During the 2016 presidential campaign, then candidate Donald Trump
repeatedly pledged to “create jobs and opportunities for African-
Americans and Hispanic Americans that have been failed so badly.”
The networks’ stone-cold silence, in the face of the evidence of the
Trump administration’s fulfillment of that pledge for Hispanics,
African-Americans and the country as a whole, is as clear an
indication as any of the depth of the bias that clouds and sullies
the news judgement of these media outlets.

While Univision, Telemundo, Azteca América, Estrella TV, CNN en
Español and NTN24 had no time in their principal evening news
programs on July 6 for reporting on the record low Latino
unemployment rate, they did have plenty of time to devote to all
kinds of other, less consequential topics, such as Telemundo’s
feature on International Kissing Day, not to mention never skimping
any opportunity to report the latest from the World Cup.
--
Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
FPP
2018-07-09 18:16:17 UTC
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One would think such a historic achievement would be news that night
on the nation’s leading Spanish-language television news programs,
but that was not the case.
Guess they were busy listening to the cries of children in cages, and
got distracted.
--
Mike Godwin
"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm
with you."
8:03 PM - Aug 13, 2017
Ubiquitous
2018-07-09 18:28:18 UTC
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One would think such a historic achievement would be news that night
on the nation’s leading Spanish-language television news programs,
but that was not the case.
Guess they were busy listening to the cries of children in cages, and
got distracted.
The premise of your statement is incorrect.
Unlike you, they recognise a bogus baseless story.
Do let us know when you find sopme proof for your conspiracy story.

P.S.
Does this mean you got your GoogleAlerts operating properly
or you got tired of going into hiding?
Ubiquitous
2018-07-13 02:13:17 UTC
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On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.

Among the guests were progressive activists brought on to discuss the
significance of the nomination. Nancy Northup, president of the Center
for Reproductive Rights, Cecile Richards, former CEO of Planned
Parenthood, and Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American
Progress, all got screen time.

Each expressed deep concern about Kavanaugh, and Northup in particular
argued that “this nomination really is a threat to all of our rights.”
Conservative activists, such as representatives from the Heritage
Foundation or Federalist Society who helped pick Kavanaugh and could
offer a more positive evaluation, were conspicuously absent.

Moreover, three elected officials were interviewed: Democratic Senator
Richard Blumenthal from Connecticut, Democratic Senator Elizabeth
Warren of Massachusetts, and, appearing across two different shows,
Democratic Senator and likely presidential candidate Cory Booker from
New Jersey.

Booker described himself as “sort of stunned at the way this has all
played out,” and would later appear along with Warren at a protest
against Kavanaugh on the steps of the Supreme Court. Not a single
Republican lawmaker appeared during the four different segments.

Rounding out the cast of progressive speakers were a slate of former
Democratic staffers and journalists. Former Democrat aides Adam
Jentleson (for Harry Reid) and Ron Klain (for Barack Obama) were
present. Jonathan Alter from the Daily Beast, Dahlia Lithwick from
Slate, and Jess McIntosh from progressive Shareblue Media likewise
spoke. And while there were also a number of journalists from center-
Left publications, such as David Maraniss from The Washington Post,
there was not a single writer from a conservative publication.

For those watching MSNBC on Monday night, instead of the news viewers
saw a carefully curated exhibition of the Left and their criticisms of
an otherwise qualified nominee.
--
Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
FPP
2018-07-13 02:54:13 UTC
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On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Scarborough is a conservative... he had 3 hours.
Nicole Wallace is a conservative... she had an hour.

That makes 4 hours, not that you can count that high.
--
Mike Godwin
"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm
with you."
8:03 PM - Aug 13, 2017
Ubiquitous
2018-07-13 09:14:38 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Scarborough is a conservative...
TROLL-O-METER

5* 6* *7
4* *8
3* *9
2* *10
1* | *stuporous
0* -*- *catatonic
* |\ *comatose
* \ *clinical death
* \ *biological death
* _\/ *demonic apparition
* * *damned for all eternity
Post by FPP
Nicole Wallace is a conservative...
TROLL-O-METER

5* 6* *7
4* *8
3* *9
2* *10
1* | *stuporous
0* -*- *catatonic
* |\ *comatose
* \ *clinical death
* \ *biological death
* _\/ *demonic apparition
* * *damned for all eternity
Post by FPP
That makes 4 hours, not that you can count that high.
Well, there you go trying to use ad hominems as a debating technique when
you've lost the debate again!
Post by FPP
Post by Ubiquitous
Among the guests were progressive activists brought on to discuss the
significance of the nomination. Nancy Northup, president of the Center
for Reproductive Rights, Cecile Richards, former CEO of Planned
Parenthood, and Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American
Progress, all got screen time.
Each expressed deep concern about Kavanaugh, and Northup in particular
argued that “this nomination really is a threat to all of our rights.”
Conservative activists, such as representatives from the Heritage
Foundation or Federalist Society who helped pick Kavanaugh and could
offer a more positive evaluation, were conspicuously absent.
Moreover, three elected officials were interviewed: Democratic Senator
Richard Blumenthal from Connecticut, Democratic Senator Elizabeth
Warren of Massachusetts, and, appearing across two different shows,
Democratic Senator and likely presidential candidate Cory Booker from
New Jersey.
Booker described himself as “sort of stunned at the way this has all
played out,” and would later appear along with Warren at a protest
against Kavanaugh on the steps of the Supreme Court. Not a single
Republican lawmaker appeared during the four different segments.
Rounding out the cast of progressive speakers were a slate of former
Democratic staffers and journalists. Former Democrat aides Adam
Jentleson (for Harry Reid) and Ron Klain (for Barack Obama) were
present. Jonathan Alter from the Daily Beast, Dahlia Lithwick from
Slate, and Jess McIntosh from progressive Shareblue Media likewise
spoke. And while there were also a number of journalists from center-
Left publications, such as David Maraniss from The Washington Post,
there was not a single writer from a conservative publication.
For those watching MSNBC on Monday night, instead of the news viewers
saw a carefully curated exhibition of the Left and their criticisms of
an otherwise qualified nominee.
--
Mike Godwin
"By all means cite GL if you think some Nazi comparison is baseless,
needlessly inflammatory or hyperbolic."
4:05 AM - June 24, 2018
FPP
2018-07-13 14:03:13 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Scarborough is a conservative...
TROLL-O-METER
5* 6* *7
4* *8
3* *9
2* *10
1* | *stuporous
0* -*- *catatonic
* |\ *comatose
* \ *clinical death
* \ *biological death
* _\/ *demonic apparition
* * *damned for all eternity
Post by FPP
Nicole Wallace is a conservative...
TROLL-O-METER
5* 6* *7
4* *8
3* *9
2* *10
1* | *stuporous
0* -*- *catatonic
* |\ *comatose
* \ *clinical death
* \ *biological death
* _\/ *demonic apparition
* * *damned for all eternity
Post by FPP
That makes 4 hours, not that you can count that high.
Well, there you go trying to use ad hominems as a debating technique when
you've lost the debate again!
Post by FPP
Post by Ubiquitous
Among the guests were progressive activists brought on to discuss the
significance of the nomination. Nancy Northup, president of the Center
for Reproductive Rights, Cecile Richards, former CEO of Planned
Parenthood, and Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American
Progress, all got screen time.
Each expressed deep concern about Kavanaugh, and Northup in particular
argued that “this nomination really is a threat to all of our rights.”
Conservative activists, such as representatives from the Heritage
Foundation or Federalist Society who helped pick Kavanaugh and could
offer a more positive evaluation, were conspicuously absent.
Moreover, three elected officials were interviewed: Democratic Senator
Richard Blumenthal from Connecticut, Democratic Senator Elizabeth
Warren of Massachusetts, and, appearing across two different shows,
Democratic Senator and likely presidential candidate Cory Booker from
New Jersey.
Booker described himself as “sort of stunned at the way this has all
played out,” and would later appear along with Warren at a protest
against Kavanaugh on the steps of the Supreme Court. Not a single
Republican lawmaker appeared during the four different segments.
Rounding out the cast of progressive speakers were a slate of former
Democratic staffers and journalists. Former Democrat aides Adam
Jentleson (for Harry Reid) and Ron Klain (for Barack Obama) were
present. Jonathan Alter from the Daily Beast, Dahlia Lithwick from
Slate, and Jess McIntosh from progressive Shareblue Media likewise
spoke. And while there were also a number of journalists from center-
Left publications, such as David Maraniss from The Washington Post,
there was not a single writer from a conservative publication.
For those watching MSNBC on Monday night, instead of the news viewers
saw a carefully curated exhibition of the Left and their criticisms of
an otherwise qualified nominee.
Once again, Ubi and NoUbi declare "victory" in another "debate" neither
of them ever had.
--
Mike Godwin
"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm
with you."
8:03 PM - Aug 13, 2017
NoBody
2018-07-14 14:24:47 UTC
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Post by FPP
Post by Ubiquitous
On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Scarborough is a conservative...
TROLL-O-METER
5* 6* *7
4* *8
3* *9
2* *10
1* | *stuporous
0* -*- *catatonic
* |\ *comatose
* \ *clinical death
* \ *biological death
* _\/ *demonic apparition
* * *damned for all eternity
Post by FPP
Nicole Wallace is a conservative...
TROLL-O-METER
5* 6* *7
4* *8
3* *9
2* *10
1* | *stuporous
0* -*- *catatonic
* |\ *comatose
* \ *clinical death
* \ *biological death
* _\/ *demonic apparition
* * *damned for all eternity
Post by FPP
That makes 4 hours, not that you can count that high.
Well, there you go trying to use ad hominems as a debating technique when
you've lost the debate again!
Post by FPP
Post by Ubiquitous
Among the guests were progressive activists brought on to discuss the
significance of the nomination. Nancy Northup, president of the Center
for Reproductive Rights, Cecile Richards, former CEO of Planned
Parenthood, and Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American
Progress, all got screen time.
Each expressed deep concern about Kavanaugh, and Northup in particular
argued that “this nomination really is a threat to all of our rights.”
Conservative activists, such as representatives from the Heritage
Foundation or Federalist Society who helped pick Kavanaugh and could
offer a more positive evaluation, were conspicuously absent.
Moreover, three elected officials were interviewed: Democratic Senator
Richard Blumenthal from Connecticut, Democratic Senator Elizabeth
Warren of Massachusetts, and, appearing across two different shows,
Democratic Senator and likely presidential candidate Cory Booker from
New Jersey.
Booker described himself as “sort of stunned at the way this has all
played out,” and would later appear along with Warren at a protest
against Kavanaugh on the steps of the Supreme Court. Not a single
Republican lawmaker appeared during the four different segments.
Rounding out the cast of progressive speakers were a slate of former
Democratic staffers and journalists. Former Democrat aides Adam
Jentleson (for Harry Reid) and Ron Klain (for Barack Obama) were
present. Jonathan Alter from the Daily Beast, Dahlia Lithwick from
Slate, and Jess McIntosh from progressive Shareblue Media likewise
spoke. And while there were also a number of journalists from center-
Left publications, such as David Maraniss from The Washington Post,
there was not a single writer from a conservative publication.
For those watching MSNBC on Monday night, instead of the news viewers
saw a carefully curated exhibition of the Left and their criticisms of
an otherwise qualified nominee.
Once again, Ubi and NoUbi declare "victory" in another "debate" neither
of them ever had.
Poor, deluded FPP. Interesting fantasy world he lives in.
NoBody
2018-07-13 12:02:14 UTC
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On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Scarborough is a conservative... he had 3 hours.
Scarborough is NOT a conservative.
Post by FPP
Nicole Wallace is a conservative... she had an hour.
Ditto.
Post by FPP
That makes 4 hours, not that you can count that high.
Apparently it is YOU who can not count.
Ubiquitous
2018-07-13 17:27:35 UTC
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On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Scarborough is a conservative... he had 3 hours.
Scarborough is NOT a conservative.
Post by FPP
Nicole Wallace is a conservative... she had an hour.
Ditto.
I guess to someone who watches MSNBC, they would seem conservative in
comparison.
LOL!!
--
Mike Godwin
"By all means cite GL if you think some Nazi comparison is baseless,
needlessly inflammatory or hyperbolic."
4:05 AM - June 24, 2018
FPP
2018-07-13 20:57:20 UTC
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On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Scarborough is a conservative... he had 3 hours.
Scarborough is NOT a conservative.
Post by FPP
Nicole Wallace is a conservative... she had an hour.
Ditto.
I guess to someone who watches MSNBC, they would seem conservative in
comparison.
LOL!!
Yeah... next you'll tell us Trump isn't a Russian cooze-hound, either!
--
Mike Godwin
"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm
with you."
8:03 PM - Aug 13, 2017
A Friend
2018-07-13 21:22:08 UTC
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Post by NoBody
Post by FPP
Post by Ubiquitous
On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Scarborough is a conservative... he had 3 hours.
Scarborough is NOT a conservative.
Post by FPP
Nicole Wallace is a conservative... she had an hour.
Ditto.
I guess to someone who watches MSNBC, they would seem conservative in
comparison.
LOL!!
Yeah... next you'll tell us Trump isn't a Russian cooze-hound, either!
Scarborough and Wallace are conservatives, but they are not Trump
supporters. There is a difference. This will be more clear a few
years from now, when the party runs away from Trump like it ran away
from Richard Nixon.

If Trump gets a second term, the runaway will happen about a year, year
and a half into it.
NoBody
2018-07-14 14:23:54 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Scarborough is a conservative... he had 3 hours.
Scarborough is NOT a conservative.
Post by FPP
Nicole Wallace is a conservative... she had an hour.
Ditto.
I guess to someone who watches MSNBC, they would seem conservative in
comparison.
LOL!!
Yeah... next you'll tell us Trump isn't a Russian cooze-hound, either!
Scarborough and Wallace are conservatives, but they are not Trump
supporters. There is a difference. This will be more clear a few
years from now, when the party runs away from Trump like it ran away
from Richard Nixon.
They aren't conservatives period. One merely needs to listen to their
words to know that they aren't. They also have the appearance of wax
figures.
Mitchell Holman
2018-07-13 13:27:03 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
On Monday night, MSNBC prime-time shows spent the vast majority of
their time discussing President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court. Of
the 27 guests which appeared over the four-hour block from 8:00 p.m. to
midnight ET, not a single conservative was given time to speak about
the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Among the guests were progressive activists brought on to discuss the
significance of the nomination. Nancy Northup, president of the Center
for Reproductive Rights, Cecile Richards, former CEO of Planned
Parenthood, and Neera Tanden, president of the Center for American
Progress, all got screen time.
Each expressed deep concern about Kavanaugh, and Northup in particular
argued that “this nomination really is a threat to all of our rights.”
Conservative activists, such as representatives from the Heritage
Foundation or Federalist Society who helped pick Kavanaugh and could
offer a more positive evaluation, were conspicuously absent.
Moreover, three elected officials were interviewed: Democratic Senator
Richard Blumenthal from Connecticut, Democratic Senator Elizabeth
Warren of Massachusetts, and, appearing across two different shows,
Democratic Senator and likely presidential candidate Cory Booker from
New Jersey.
Booker described himself as “sort of stunned at the way this has all
played out,” and would later appear along with Warren at a protest
against Kavanaugh on the steps of the Supreme Court. Not a single
Republican lawmaker appeared during the four different segments.
Rounding out the cast of progressive speakers were a slate of former
Democratic staffers and journalists. Former Democrat aides Adam
Jentleson (for Harry Reid) and Ron Klain (for Barack Obama) were
present. Jonathan Alter from the Daily Beast, Dahlia Lithwick from
Slate, and Jess McIntosh from progressive Shareblue Media likewise
spoke. And while there were also a number of journalists from center-
Left publications, such as David Maraniss from The Washington Post,
there was not a single writer from a conservative publication.
For those watching MSNBC on Monday night, instead of the news viewers
saw a carefully curated exhibition of the Left and their criticisms of
an otherwise qualified nominee.
Modern Conservative: Someone who can take
time out from complaining how the media is
"dominated by liberals" and "conservatives
can't get their message out" to complain that
the giving both sides equal time via the
Fairness Doctrine would stifle their voices.
Ubiquitous
2018-07-14 02:05:07 UTC
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Hang up your hats, Kavanaugh fans. Prepare yourselves for an epic
Borking in the Senate.

Thanks to some class-A truth-seeking at The Washington Post, the
unsuspecting public now knows the great scandal that President Trump has
heaped upon them with his SCOTUS pick: Judge Kavanaugh once had credit
card debt. But wait, there's more (and this is truly egregious), he then
had the audacity to pay it off.

After diving into judge Kavanaugh's finances for 2016, WaPo discovered
that the SCOTUS nominee had anywhere between $60,000 and $200,000 in
debt, which he then paid off the following year.

The debt reportedly stemmed from three credit cards and a Thrift Savings
Plan Loan, a significant portion of which came from Washington Nationals
baseball season tickets he had purchased for a "handful" of friends
along with his family. Another significant portion came from housing
expenses, according to White House spokesman Raj Shah. By 2017,
Kavanaugh paid most of it off:

The credit card debts and loan were either paid off or fell
below the reporting requirements in 2017, according to the
filings, which do not require details on the nature or source
of such payments. Shah told The Post that Kavanaugh’s friends
reimbursed him for their share of the baseball tickets and
that the judge has since stopped purchasing the season tickets.

As if to further imply that something nefarious had taken place, the
Post noted that "Shah did not provide the names of the friends" for whom
Kavanaugh had purchased tickets.

The report then explores Judge Kavanaugh's net worth and financial
assets, which clock somewhere in the neighborhood between $15,000 and
$65,000. Shah also confirmed the judge has a retirement account "worth
nearly half a million dollars." For his home, which he and his wife
purchased for close to a million dollars, Kavanaugh owes $865,000.

This puts Kavanaugh on track to earning the title of poorest justice on
the Supreme Court, if confirmed.

Unlike Kavanaugh's potential colleagues, much of his career has been
spent in the public sector, where he has earned the majority of his
income.

The Post concludes its article noting that the Kavanaughs send their two
daughters to Catholic school, which costs $10,025 per child. Exactly
what any of this has to do with Kavanaugh's judicial responsibility was
lost on many readers:

Terri Reynolds Bunch @TerribunchMrsca
Why do we care about his debt? I care about his voting record.

Ben Jammin ???? @xBenJamminx
"The credit card debts and loan were either paid off or fell
below the reporting requirements in 2017, according to the
filings"

Rendering this entire article as pointless. If this is your
idea of a hit piece, you're going to have a longgg 8 years
of Trump and his 3-4 Justices

Bye Stastny ???? #GOJETSGO @SKBigBluJetsfan
So he incurred credit card debt and (as finally revealed many
paragraphs later) paid it off?!

There is some INCREDIBLE investigative reporting!

Tom @Tom82503812
Washington Post is showing how pathetic their case is
against K. What a bunch of pathetic losers

#WhatLiberalMedia
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have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
FPP
2018-07-16 04:33:09 UTC
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Hang up your hats, Kavanaugh fans. Prepare yourselves for an epic
Borking in the Senate.
Thanks to some class-A truth-seeking at The Washington Post, the
unsuspecting public now knows the great scandal that President Trump has
heaped upon them with his SCOTUS pick: Judge Kavanaugh once had credit
card debt.
Nobody cares.
What people will care about is Roe V Wade.
What we care about is pre-existing conditions.
What we care about is Trump picking someone who may judge the guy who
just picked him.

Almost nobody cares about his debt of his baseball tickets.
--
Mike Godwin
"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm
with you."
8:03 PM - Aug 13, 2017
BTR1701
2018-07-16 05:59:54 UTC
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Hang up your hats, Kavanaugh fans. Prepare yourselves for an epic
Borking in the Senate.
Thanks to some class-A truth-seeking at The Washington Post, the
unsuspecting public now knows the great scandal that President Trump has
heaped upon them with his SCOTUS pick: Judge Kavanaugh once had credit
card debt.
Almost nobody cares about his debt of his baseball tickets.
Except for the star sleuths at the Washington Post, apparently.
FPP
2018-07-16 06:27:03 UTC
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Hang up your hats, Kavanaugh fans. Prepare yourselves for an epic
Borking in the Senate.
Thanks to some class-A truth-seeking at The Washington Post, the
unsuspecting public now knows the great scandal that President Trump has
heaped upon them with his SCOTUS pick: Judge Kavanaugh once had credit
card debt.
Almost nobody cares about his debt of his baseball tickets.
Except for the star sleuths at the Washington Post, apparently.
Did they run an expose? I must have missed it.
Hopefully, you checked all their spelling and punctuation.
--
Mike Godwin
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Ubiquitous
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Hang up your hats, Kavanaugh fans. Prepare yourselves for an epic
Borking in the Senate.
Thanks to some class-A truth-seeking at The Washington Post, the
unsuspecting public now knows the great scandal that President Trump has
heaped upon them with his SCOTUS pick: Judge Kavanaugh once had credit
card debt.
Nobody cares.
Almost nobody cares about his debt of his baseball tickets.
The Washington Post did, apparently.
Ubiquitous
2018-07-31 01:05:01 UTC
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After a year of alarming revelations, the media are still more
interested in proving the Trump campaign treasonously colluded with
Russia than wrestling with the fact that the FBI spied on a
presidential campaign.

On Saturday night, heavily redacted copies of the FBI’s application
to wiretap Trump campaign affiliate Carter Page were released. The
portion of the 412-page document that was not redacted supported the
claims of Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.),
as well as those made by the majority of the House Permanent Select
Committee on Intelligence.

The senators and the representatives had issued reports alleging
that the FBI used an unverified Clinton campaign document to secure
a wiretap against an American citizen, that the application for the
wiretap used circular reporting and lacked verification for its
central claims, and that it made materially false claims related to
the source’s credibility.

President Trump tweeted triumphantly and hyperbolically about what
the documents showed regarding the FBI’s behavior toward his
campaign. Whatever you think about Trump’s reaction to the release
of the FISA application, the media reaction to the story was
disingenuous and even more hyperbolic than the president’s tweets.
After a year of continuous and alarming revelations, the media are
still more interested in proving the Trump campaign treasonously
colluded with Russia than wrestling with the fact that the FBI spied
on a presidential campaign, and used dubious partisan political
research to justify their surveillance.

The media reaction to both the redacted Foreign Intelligence
Surveillance Act (FISA) wiretap applications and President Trump’s
tweets was pure gaslighting. They claimed the FISA applications hurt
the critics’ case. It wasn’t that they reported the news that
critics of the FISA application felt vindicated while defenders of
the wiretap applications also felt vindicated. They wrote as
partisans in a war with those skeptical of FISA abuse.

The New York Times went with both “Without Evidence, Trump Claims
Vindication From Release of Carter Page Documents” and “How a Trump
Decision Revealed a G.O.P. Memo’s Shaky Foundation.” The latter
headline was in reference to the House Intelligence report. The
accompanying article completely ignored the criminal referral from
Graham and Grassley that buttressed the HPSCI allegations.

USA Today went with “President Trump, allies dismiss revelations in
new court documents tied to Russia probe.” The Washington Post went
on a days-long tantrum. See, for example, “Carter Page FISA warrants
underscore the difficulty of disproving presidential falsehoods,”
“The Carter Page wiretap dispute isn’t a fair fight,” and an error-
riddled, tangent-laden “fact” “check” headlined “Over four days,
false claims dominated Trump’s Twitter feed.”

When Facts Get In The Way Of Narratives

This is part of a pattern for the media when they encounter facts
related to the surveillance of the Trump campaign. When Department
of Justice officials leaked to the media that they had run at least
one informant against the Trump campaign, a breathtaking admission
by any sense of news judgment, the news was buried in the middle of
the story and completely downplayed.

Others joined in with the gaslighting, spending weeks arguing — and
I’m not joking here — that running a secret government informant
against a campaign is not spying on a campaign.

The Times headline was — hand to God — “F.B.I. Used Informant to
Investigate Russia Ties to Campaign, Not to Spy, as Trump Claims.”
CNN contributor and Obama director of national intelligence James
Clapper told the viewing audience that actually “it was a good
thing” that Trump’s campaign was spied on. A Washington Post
journalist wrote in defense of obscuring the spying: “Trump’s win:
We’re debating a ‘spy,’ not an ‘informant.'”

Blaming Republicans For Comprehending Facts

If you go back to last year, CNN’s Jake Tapper mocked and derided
Republican voters who told pollsters they thought the Obama
administration had spied on the Trump campaign. This mockery took
place _after_ CNN reported that … the Obama administration had spied
on Page!


Still, he called it the definition of fake news and compared it to
believing in ghosts.

32 percent of the public thinks President Obama
intentionally spied on Donald Trump and members of his
campaign and 52 percent of Republicans believe this charge.
A charge that there is literally no evidence to support.
It is the definition of fake news.

Now, look, this is America and you can believe whatever
you want to believe. 18 percent of the public says they’ve
seen or been in the presence of a ghost. I mean whatever.
But in a thriving democracy, truth matters and facts matter.

Again, this segment aired weeks after CNN itself reported that the
Obama administration had secured a wiretap to spy on Page.

What We Know of FBI’s Trump Campaign Surveillance

Sometimes it’s good to take a step back from a complicated story and
view it from a distance. Rather than think about whether the wiretap
application against Carter Page supports this party or that party,
let’s just take a moment to reflect on where the story stands.

In January 2017, days before Trump’s inauguration, high-level
intelligence officials leaked to CNN the news that “Intel chiefs
presented Trump with claims of Russian efforts to compromise him.”
The Hillary Clinton campaign had latched onto “Russia” as an
explanation for her loss, encouraging a largely compliant media to
hype up reports of Russian meddling in the election.

This leak enabled the media to discuss the “salacious and
unverified” (in former FBI director James Comey’s words) gossip that
was in a dossier. For the next year and many months into this year,
this leak and other leaks from intelligence officials fed a theory
that President Trump was a traitor who had conspired with Russia to
steal the election from Hillary Clinton.

A few lonely skeptics of the Grand Russia Theory began asking
questions about the dossier, its provenance, its weaponization, and
the larger investigation into the Trump campaign. Fighting against
an incredible media onslaught, they discovered things the media and
their cadre of leakers had not shared with the American public. And
they’re important.

1. Hillary Clinton and the DNC Secretly Paid for the Dossier

When the dossier first appeared on the scene, it was portrayed as a
top-notch intelligence product put together by a top-notch
intelligence official whose work history was credible.

It turned out to have been secretly bought and paid for by Hillary
Clinton and the Democratic National Committee. They took extreme
care to cover their tracks by funneling the money through a law firm
that hired the Democratic researchers to cook up the dossier. The
research product was then funneled to the media and the federal
government.

Republican investigators found this out over the strenuous
objections and process wrangling of Democratic members such as Rep.
Adam Schiff, who fought tooth and nail to keep the funding of the
dossier hidden. This information was leaked to friendly media only
under pressure from congressional investigators.

This fact of the funding was obscured, just as the HPSCI report
said, by the FBI in a page-long word salad when they applied to a
secret court to wiretap a Trump affiliate. It was obscured so well
that Comey, who signed one of the applications, could get away with
claiming he had no idea that Clinton and the DNC funded the dossier.

Speaking of gaslighting, CBS News ran an Associated Press “fact”
“check” that claimed “It’s not correct to call the Steele dossier a
‘Clinton Campaign document.'”

2. The Dossier Was Used to Secure a Wiretap Against a Trump
Affiliate

When CNN received its leak about the dossier from highly placed
intelligence officials, it reported as if the dossier was a
legitimate piece of research that sober-minded intelligence agencies
took very seriously. The unintentional hero of the story was
BuzzFeed, which ran the actual dossier in all its glory.

Americans learned that the dossier claimed a senior advisor to Trump
and three of his colleagues had met with Kremlin operatives in
Prague in late August or early September to undermine the Clinton
campaign. They also learned the Russians had a file of “kompromat”
on Trump, including an amazing story about him renting a hotel room
that the Obamas had used and paying prostitutes to urinate on the
bed.

People could see for themselves how ridiculous, preposterous, and
immediately debunkable some of the most important claims were. The
revelation of how fever-dreamed and sophomoric the dossier was, at
least in major parts, cast doubt on the wisdom of the top political
brass at intelligence agencies, much less their propriety and
ability to handle information with any discretion. Obviously they
were leaking like sieves in an ongoing war against the president-
elect.

Then Grassley began asking some rather serious questions that
suggested the dossier might have been used to secure a wiretap
against a Trump campaign affiliate. That’s when the defensive leak
to a friendly media outlet occurred, and we learned the dossier had
in fact been used to secure a wiretap against Page.

Trump critics say that since Page wasn’t on the Trump campaign at
the time of the wiretap, it wasn’t really surveillance of the
campaign. There are multiple problems with that. One is that
wiretaps can be used to obtain information into the past, of the
time Page was on the campaign. Another is that the wiretap would
capture communications with any Trump campaign members Page spoke
with. Another is that the FBI itself claimed in its wiretap
application that Page was the conduit between Russia and the
campaign.

The case against Page laid out in the wiretap application began with
an unverified claim pulled straight out of the dossier. When Page
responded to public reporting of the dossier’s claims by denying it,
that was also mentioned in the application. The geniuses at the FBI
wrote that they don’t believe the news reports of the dossier claims
were fed by the dossier author, all evidence to the contrary.

3. Informants Were Run against the Trump Campaign

For most Americans, the idea that the FBI would run <s>secret
government spies</s> human informants against the Republican Party’s
presidential campaign is a huge scandal. It happened, according to
government leakers who told friendly media outlets. Again:

The F.B.I. investigated four unidentified Trump campaign
aides in those early months, congressional investigators
revealed in February. The four men were Michael T. Flynn,
Paul Manafort, Carter Page and Mr. Papadopoulos, current
and former officials said…

The F.B.I. obtained phone records and other documents using national
security letters — a secret type of subpoena — officials said. And
at least one government informant met several times with Mr. Page
and Mr. Papadopoulos, current and former officials said.

If the FBI genuinely believed that Russians were trying to illegally
infiltrate the Trump campaign, the proper course of action would be
to give the Trump campaign a defensive briefing warning them of the
efforts. To run <s>spies</s> human informants, wiretaps, national
security letters, and other surveillance against the campaign is
truly breathtaking and invasive.

4. The FBI Also Used Secret Subpoenas Against the Trump Campaign
From the same excerpt above:

The F.B.I. obtained phone records and other documents
using national security letters — a secret type of
subpoena — officials said.

You can, along with the partisan and gaslighting media, claim it’s
not a big deal to run human informants or secretly gather
intelligence against a presidential campaign. But you can not deny
it happened.
--
Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
Hass
2018-07-31 11:35:19 UTC
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After a year of alarming revelations, the media are still more
Hehe...The Federalist...
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2018-08-03 15:33:12 UTC
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After a year of alarming revelations, the media are still more
interested in proving the Trump campaign treasonously colluded with
Russia than wrestling with the fact that the FBI spied on a
presidential campaign.
On Saturday night, heavily redacted copies of the FBI’s application
to wiretap Trump campaign affiliate Carter Page were released. The
portion of the 412-page document that was not redacted supported the
claims of Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.),
as well as those made by the majority of the House Permanent Select
Committee on Intelligence.
The senators and the representatives had issued reports alleging
that the FBI used an unverified Clinton campaign document to secure
a wiretap against an American citizen, that the application for the
wiretap used circular reporting and lacked verification for its
central claims, and that it made materially false claims related to
the source’s credibility.
President Trump tweeted triumphantly and hyperbolically about what
the documents showed regarding the FBI’s behavior toward his
campaign. Whatever you think about Trump’s reaction to the release
of the FISA application, the media reaction to the story was
disingenuous and even more hyperbolic than the president’s tweets.
After a year of continuous and alarming revelations, the media are
still more interested in proving the Trump campaign treasonously
colluded with Russia than wrestling with the fact that the FBI spied
on a presidential campaign, and used dubious partisan political
research to justify their surveillance.
The media reaction to both the redacted Foreign Intelligence
Surveillance Act (FISA) wiretap applications and President Trump’s
tweets was pure gaslighting. They claimed the FISA applications hurt
the critics’ case. It wasn’t that they reported the news that
critics of the FISA application felt vindicated while defenders of
the wiretap applications also felt vindicated. They wrote as
partisans in a war with those skeptical of FISA abuse.
The New York Times went with both “Without Evidence, Trump Claims
Vindication From Release of Carter Page Documents” and “How a Trump
Decision Revealed a G.O.P. Memo’s Shaky Foundation.” The latter
headline was in reference to the House Intelligence report. The
accompanying article completely ignored the criminal referral from
Graham and Grassley that buttressed the HPSCI allegations.
USA Today went with “President Trump, allies dismiss revelations in
new court documents tied to Russia probe.” The Washington Post went
on a days-long tantrum. See, for example, “Carter Page FISA warrants
underscore the difficulty of disproving presidential falsehoods,”
“The Carter Page wiretap dispute isn’t a fair fight,” and an error-
riddled, tangent-laden “fact” “check” headlined “Over four days,
false claims dominated Trump’s Twitter feed.”
When Facts Get In The Way Of Narratives
This is part of a pattern for the media when they encounter facts
related to the surveillance of the Trump campaign. When Department
of Justice officials leaked to the media that they had run at least
one informant against the Trump campaign, a breathtaking admission
by any sense of news judgment, the news was buried in the middle of
the story and completely downplayed.
Others joined in with the gaslighting, spending weeks arguing — and
I’m not joking here — that running a secret government informant
against a campaign is not spying on a campaign.
The Times headline was — hand to God — “F.B.I. Used Informant to
Investigate Russia Ties to Campaign, Not to Spy, as Trump Claims.”
CNN contributor and Obama director of national intelligence James
Clapper told the viewing audience that actually “it was a good
thing” that Trump’s campaign was spied on. A Washington Post
We’re debating a ‘spy,’ not an ‘informant.'”
Blaming Republicans For Comprehending Facts
If you go back to last year, CNN’s Jake Tapper mocked and derided
Republican voters who told pollsters they thought the Obama
administration had spied on the Trump campaign. This mockery took
place _after_ CNN reported that … the Obama administration had spied
on Page!
Still, he called it the definition of fake news and compared it to
believing in ghosts.
32 percent of the public thinks President Obama
intentionally spied on Donald Trump and members of his
campaign and 52 percent of Republicans believe this charge.
A charge that there is literally no evidence to support.
It is the definition of fake news.
Now, look, this is America and you can believe whatever
you want to believe. 18 percent of the public says they’ve
seen or been in the presence of a ghost. I mean whatever.
But in a thriving democracy, truth matters and facts matter.
Again, this segment aired weeks after CNN itself reported that the
Obama administration had secured a wiretap to spy on Page.
What We Know of FBI’s Trump Campaign Surveillance
Sometimes it’s good to take a step back from a complicated story and
view it from a distance. Rather than think about whether the wiretap
application against Carter Page supports this party or that party,
let’s just take a moment to reflect on where the story stands.
In January 2017, days before Trump’s inauguration, high-level
intelligence officials leaked to CNN the news that “Intel chiefs
presented Trump with claims of Russian efforts to compromise him.”
The Hillary Clinton campaign had latched onto “Russia” as an
explanation for her loss, encouraging a largely compliant media to
hype up reports of Russian meddling in the election.
This leak enabled the media to discuss the “salacious and
unverified” (in former FBI director James Comey’s words) gossip that
was in a dossier. For the next year and many months into this year,
this leak and other leaks from intelligence officials fed a theory
that President Trump was a traitor who had conspired with Russia to
steal the election from Hillary Clinton.
A few lonely skeptics of the Grand Russia Theory began asking
questions about the dossier, its provenance, its weaponization, and
the larger investigation into the Trump campaign. Fighting against
an incredible media onslaught, they discovered things the media and
their cadre of leakers had not shared with the American public. And
they’re important.
1. Hillary Clinton and the DNC Secretly Paid for the Dossier
When the dossier first appeared on the scene, it was portrayed as a
top-notch intelligence product put together by a top-notch
intelligence official whose work history was credible.
It turned out to have been secretly bought and paid for by Hillary
Clinton and the Democratic National Committee. They took extreme
care to cover their tracks by funneling the money through a law firm
that hired the Democratic researchers to cook up the dossier. The
research product was then funneled to the media and the federal
government.
Republican investigators found this out over the strenuous
objections and process wrangling of Democratic members such as Rep.
Adam Schiff, who fought tooth and nail to keep the funding of the
dossier hidden. This information was leaked to friendly media only
under pressure from congressional investigators.
This fact of the funding was obscured, just as the HPSCI report
said, by the FBI in a page-long word salad when they applied to a
secret court to wiretap a Trump affiliate. It was obscured so well
that Comey, who signed one of the applications, could get away with
claiming he had no idea that Clinton and the DNC funded the dossier.
Speaking of gaslighting, CBS News ran an Associated Press “fact”
“check” that claimed “It’s not correct to call the Steele dossier a
‘Clinton Campaign document.'”
2. The Dossier Was Used to Secure a Wiretap Against a Trump
Affiliate
When CNN received its leak about the dossier from highly placed
intelligence officials, it reported as if the dossier was a
legitimate piece of research that sober-minded intelligence agencies
took very seriously. The unintentional hero of the story was
BuzzFeed, which ran the actual dossier in all its glory.
Americans learned that the dossier claimed a senior advisor to Trump
and three of his colleagues had met with Kremlin operatives in
Prague in late August or early September to undermine the Clinton
campaign. They also learned the Russians had a file of “kompromat”
on Trump, including an amazing story about him renting a hotel room
that the Obamas had used and paying prostitutes to urinate on the
bed.
People could see for themselves how ridiculous, preposterous, and
immediately debunkable some of the most important claims were. The
revelation of how fever-dreamed and sophomoric the dossier was, at
least in major parts, cast doubt on the wisdom of the top political
brass at intelligence agencies, much less their propriety and
ability to handle information with any discretion. Obviously they
were leaking like sieves in an ongoing war against the president-
elect.
Then Grassley began asking some rather serious questions that
suggested the dossier might have been used to secure a wiretap
against a Trump campaign affiliate. That’s when the defensive leak
to a friendly media outlet occurred, and we learned the dossier had
in fact been used to secure a wiretap against Page.
Trump critics say that since Page wasn’t on the Trump campaign at
the time of the wiretap, it wasn’t really surveillance of the
campaign. There are multiple problems with that. One is that
wiretaps can be used to obtain information into the past, of the
time Page was on the campaign. Another is that the wiretap would
capture communications with any Trump campaign members Page spoke
with. Another is that the FBI itself claimed in its wiretap
application that Page was the conduit between Russia and the
campaign.
The case against Page laid out in the wiretap application began with
an unverified claim pulled straight out of the dossier. When Page
responded to public reporting of the dossier’s claims by denying it,
that was also mentioned in the application. The geniuses at the FBI
wrote that they don’t believe the news reports of the dossier claims
were fed by the dossier author, all evidence to the contrary.
3. Informants Were Run against the Trump Campaign
For most Americans, the idea that the FBI would run <s>secret
government spies</s> human informants against the Republican Party’s
presidential campaign is a huge scandal. It happened, according to
The F.B.I. investigated four unidentified Trump campaign
aides in those early months, congressional investigators
revealed in February. The four men were Michael T. Flynn,
Paul Manafort, Carter Page and Mr. Papadopoulos, current
and former officials said…
The F.B.I. obtained phone records and other documents using national
security letters — a secret type of subpoena — officials said. And
at least one government informant met several times with Mr. Page
and Mr. Papadopoulos, current and former officials said.
If the FBI genuinely believed that Russians were trying to illegally
infiltrate the Trump campaign, the proper course of action would be
to give the Trump campaign a defensive briefing warning them of the
efforts. To run <s>spies</s> human informants, wiretaps, national
security letters, and other surveillance against the campaign is
truly breathtaking and invasive.
4. The FBI Also Used Secret Subpoenas Against the Trump Campaign
The F.B.I. obtained phone records and other documents
using national security letters — a secret type of
subpoena — officials said.
You can, along with the partisan and gaslighting media, claim it’s
not a big deal to run human informants or secretly gather
intelligence against a presidential campaign. But you can not deny
it happened.
Hehe...The Federalist...
In other words, you are unable to produce a counter-argument.

Ad hominem noted. Get back to us when you have a real argument to
make.
FPP
2018-07-31 12:24:45 UTC
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After a year of alarming revelations, the media are still more
interested in proving the Trump campaign treasonously colluded with
Russia than wrestling with the fact that the FBI spied on a
presidential campaign.
Not "spied"... requested and received a warrant under US Law, and signed
by a US FISA Judge.
All legal, and above board.

The warrants bore fruit, and were renewed time and time again. That
doesn't happen UNLESS actionable intelligence is continually being gathered.

Carter Page admitted he was working as an advisor to the Kremlin. (His
own words.)
The rest of your Fairy Tale is just wishful thinking.
--
Trump Supporters Motto: "He didn't say that. And if he did, he didn't
mean that. And if he did, you didn't understand it. And if you did, it's
not a big deal. And if it is, others have done worse."
Ubiquitous
2018-07-31 12:25:00 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
After a year of alarming revelations, the media are still more
interested in proving the Trump campaign treasonously colluded with
Russia than wrestling with the fact that the FBI spied on a
presidential campaign.
Not "spied"... requested and received a warrant under US Law, and signed
by a US FISA Judge.
All legal, and above board.
The warrants bore fruit, and were renewed time and time again. That
doesn't happen UNLESS actionable intelligence is continually being gathered.
So you would't mind if President trump does this to the next Democrat
candidate in 2020?

Yeah, right. The lengths to which you go to rationalize things that happen
to people you don't like...
Ubiquitous
2018-08-02 01:05:06 UTC
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CNN personalities have repeatedly attacked Fox News for allegedly
being a mouthpiece for President Donald Trump, pointing to the
number of Fox anchors and pundits who have joined the administration
over the past year and a half.

CNN has its own extensive history, however, of being a revolving
door for the Obama administration and even masquerading former Obama
officials as impartial journalists.

CNN’s current chief national security correspondent Jim Sciutto
served in the Obama administration as the senior adviser to the U.S.
ambassador to China. (RELATED: MSNBC And CNN Employees Dominate
White House Press Briefings)

Despite having an obvious conflict of interest in foreign policy
reporting — particularly on issues relating to China — Sciutto is
often presented on the network as an objective reporter. He has
reported on the Iran Deal, the United States’ deal to save China’s
ZTE, and other international stories without CNN ever indicating
that he served in the Obama administration.

Sciutto’s bias has made its way into his reporting before.

In 2017, Sciutto claimed that the Obama administration cared more
about “civilian casualties” than the Trump administration.

In February of 2018, Sciutto falsely claimed that the Steele dossier
was first funded by Republicans and refused to issue a retraction or
correction after TheDC pointed out his mistake. In May, he made sure
to point out that the “closest US allies” opposed Trump leaving the
Iran Deal. (RELATED: Media Still Pinning Steele Dossier On
Republicans)

John Kirby, who served as a State Department spokesperson and
Pentagon press secretary during the Obama administration, appears on
CNN as a military and diplomatic analyst.

Kirby is always identified by his former titles while appearing on
the network, but CNN often fails to identify his connection to
Obama.

Kirby was never identified as an Obama official during a July 11
appearance as he slammed President Donald Trump for not denouncing
Russia strongly enough and for attacking NATO allies.

While Kirby’s role is to provide political commentary and not
objective reporting, it is odd that he is afforded free rein to
attack the president without viewers ever being informed about his
political associations.

CNN justice reporter Laura Jarrett boasts a familial connection to
the Obama administration — her mother is Valerie Jarrett, former
senior adviser to Obama. Jarrett’s biography indicates she had no
reporting experience prior to joining CNN yet the network tasked her
with covering Trump’s Department of Justice.

According to the Media Research Center, CNN has conducted at least
seven interviews with Valerie Jarrett wherein the host never
disclosed that her daughter works for the network.

CNN’s cozy relationship with the Obama White House has worked in the
opposite direction as well. In 2009, Sasha Johnson, a senior
political producer for the network, left to join the administration
as a press secretary for the Department of Transportation. During
her time at CNN, Johnson covered the 2008 Obama campaign
extensively.

“After 10 1/2 years at CNN, which included three presidential
campaigns, I am ready for a new challenge and ready to fulfill
another career goal – the opportunity to work in public policy,”
Johnson said in an email to colleagues at the time of her departure.

Similarly, former CNN war correspondent Aneesh Raman quit his job
and became an intern for the Obama campaign in 2008, eventually
serving as Obama’s domestic policy speechwriter.

“To bear witness, up close to that kind of historic campaign and to
be a part of it, even in a small way, was something singular,” Raman
said in an interview with AsAmNews.

In addition to serving as “objective” reporters and analysts, other
Obama officials joined CNN to provide partisan political commentary.
Former senior adviser for strategy and communications Dan Pfeiffer,
former press secretary Jay Carney, former national security adviser
Samantha Vinograd, and former deputy national security adviser Tony
Blinken have all served as CNN contributors or analysts at one time
or another.

CNN also recently hired former Director of National Intelligence
James Clapper after he was suspected of leaking classified
information to its journalists.

According to a House Intelligence report released in April, Clapper
acknowledged speaking with CNN reporter Jake Tapper about the
infamous Steele dossier while he was serving as DNI. This
contradicted earlier claims about whether or not he had spoken to
media about the topic, and Clapper still later denied the House
Intel report.

Clapper was present at a meeting with President Donald Trump wherein
then-FBI director James Comey briefed the soon-to-be president about
the existence of the dossier. The fact that Trump was briefed on the
dossier was later leaked to CNN. (RELATED: James Clapper Provided
‘Inconsistent Testimony’ About Media Contacts, Report Claims)

Clapper’s quick pick-up by CNN gave the appearance that he was being
rewarded for allegedly handing CNN a scoop on a hot news item.

Former FBI agent Josh Campbell similarly raised eyebrows when he
joined CNN after very publicly leaving the FBI and blaming his
resignation on President Donald Trump. Campbell served at the FBI
from 2008 to 2018.

Campbell’s closeness with former director Comey and his relative
inexperience in the field raised questions as to whether CNN hired
him to provide real expertise or to give the network more ammo
against President Trump. Those questions were not assuaged by
Campbell’s FBI goodbye flyer, which said his role at CNN was to
“defend the bureau.” (RELATED: Why Did CNN Hire Comey’s Former
Assistant Josh Campbell?)

CNN only describes Campbell as a “law enforcement analyst.”

In case the heavy mix of reporters and commentators affiliated with
Obama weren’t enough, CNN also hosts former Obama senior adviser
David Axelrod’s podcast, “The Axe Files.”

CNN employs a few former Trump aides, such as Jason Miller, a Trump
transition team member, and Marc Short, the former director of
legislative affairs. They also have their fair share of “Never
Trumpers” in Ana Navarro, a Republican who voted for Hillary Clinton
in the 2016 election, and Amanda Carpenter, a former aide to Sen.
Ted Cruz.

CNN does not currently have an updated, full list of contributors to
the network, but it seems no administration past or present has as
much representation at CNN — who claims to be an impartial, unbiased
network — than the Obama White House.

CNN did not respond to a request for comment.
--
Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
Ubiquitous
2018-08-03 01:05:05 UTC
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“It’s always with an African-American when he questions intelligence,”
said Chuck Todd on Meet the Press today. “That’s what makes a lot of
people uncomfortable with what he’s doing.”

Todd was talking to Republican Roy Blunt about how racist republicans
are all the time, and his evidence was that Trump said CNN’s Don Lemon
and NBA star Lebron James are dumb, as well as referring to Rep. Maxine
Waters as “low I.Q.” Todd said that “it’s always with an African-
American” when Trump questions intellect.

To repeat again, Todd says that “it’s always with an African-American.”

Unfortunately for Chuck, the New York Times preemptively and
inadvertently fact-checked him on this some time ago. Verdict: FALSE.

You see, as Newsbusters pointed out today, the Times has created a huge
list of insults Trump has tweeted. It was published in January of 2016
and has been constantly updated since then.

It’s weirdly comprehensive, and in the list of hundreds of insults, he
calls into question the intelligence of a lot of people. Men, women,
white, black… Trump bashes them all.

He called Hillary Clinton “very stupid”, “very dumb”, “totally
confused”, and questioned her “brainpower” and “judgment’ over and
over, for example.

About James Comey, he said “he is not smart”, called him “stupid”, and
“very dumb”. Jeb Bush is “stupid”, “clueless”, and “not competent”
according to Trump. Of Bloomberg’s Tim O’Brien, a “dumb guy with no
clue”, a “really stupid talking head” and “dopey.” White men all, by
the way.

Here are some more from Newsbusters:

The President had called Morning Joe co-host Mika Brzezinski
“dumb as a rock” and “crazy and very dumb”. He had also
labeled Katy Tur, who fills in for Todd on Mondays’ MTP Daily,
as “incompetent”. And his attacks on the intelligence of
individual journalists and news outlets were numerous.

The president had even leveled insults of intelligence against
a series of white U.S. Senators. He suggested Tennessee
Republican Bob Corker was “incompetent” and “doesn’t have a
clue”. “Dumb mouthpiece”, was what he had to say about South
Carolina Republican Linsey Graham. He also slammed Governor
Mitt Romney, who’s now running to be a Senator from Utah, “one
of the dumbest and worst candidates in the history of
Republican politics”.

He also called Brzezinski “low I.Q.” for the record.

NBC’s Chuck Todd is echoing something that you see people say on
Twitter and MSNBC (same thing) every single day. They say that the only
time Trump brings up how smart someone is, it’s when he’s talking about
someone who is black. But that is just not the case.

You might say that’s “Fake news”.

#WhatLiberalMedia
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2018-08-05 22:12:11 UTC
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It’s weirdly comprehensive, and in the list of hundreds of insults, he
calls into question the intelligence of a lot of people. Men, women,
white, black… Trump bashes them all
To quote you: "Verdict: FALSE."

When did he ever bash Putin?
Please...elaborate.
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Ubiquitous
2018-08-05 22:18:16 UTC
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President Trump held a raucous rally in Tampa, Florida, Tuesday
night.

Thousands of supporters packed the arena to hear Trump hammer his
critics and tout his administration’s accomplishments. There was
plenty of hecklers, comedy and chants about Hillary and 2020. Trump
stopped to pick on one of his favorite targets, the media,
approximately half-way through the speech. The president heckled the
press in the press pen as “fake news” and the audience roared,
chanting “Fake News” and “CNN Sucks” at the reporters.

One of the favorite targets of the audience was CNN’s Jim Acosta,
who tweeted multiple videos of the crowd mocking him before and
after the rally.

Acosta blamed Trump for the vitriol, saying “I’m very worried that
the hostility whipped up by Trump and some in conservative media
will result in somebody getting hurt.” The tweet showed Trump
supporters jeering at Acosta after the rally.

Just a sample of the sad scene we faced at the Trump rally
in Tampa. I’m very worried that the hostility whipped up
by Trump and some in conservative media will result in
somebody getting hurt. We should not treat our fellow
Americans this way. The press is not the enemy.
pic.twitter.com/IhSRw5Ui3R
— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) August 1, 2018

The tweet quickly went viral with many celebrities and journalists
insulting the supporters. Celebrated composer Christopher O’Riley,
who is a regular on PBS and NPR, literally called for the enforced
slaughter of Trump supporters. “Calling them Deplorables is
euphemizing them. Maybe better to euthanize?” the verified twitter
user quipped.

Other verified handles of celebrities and reporters were just as
vulgar, likening the Trump supporters to Nazis, KKK members, white
trash and Hitler while speculating the crowd will eventually commit
murder. Others said the Trump supporters made them “ashamed” of
America.

Pathetic, Ignorant, Shameful ….Trump + White Trash making
America fucking lame https://t.co/wEIqMXh7ne
— Bassnectar (@bassnectar) August 1, 2018


This is sad and yes Jim @acosta also dangerous. I fear for
the safety of journalists and for the American people who
are being manipulated by #Trump. He will one day be long
gone but he will leave a society divided and full of hatred
and poisoned hearts. https://t.co/Bpp1LI9dlQ
— Maria Elena Salinas (@MariaESalinas) August 1, 2018


This scene looks like a modern day Ku Klux Klan rally.
Amazing to see that @realDonaldTrump – the man occupying
the #WhiteHouse – is so comfortable in this atmosphere of
hateful hostility, bigotry & deplorable language.
#GodBlessAmerica https://t.co/4HQUtMuko2
— Jawn Murray (@JawnMurray) August 1, 2018


As an American citizen, this video depresses and angers me.
As a working journalist, it terrifies me. @Acosta: Keep
doing your job. Millions of us out here still appreciate
your hard work and your quest for the truth. #HumanityFirst
https://t.co/O8j2CV3edt
— Matt Villano (@mattvillano) August 1, 2018


I’m truly ashamed that this is what America has become.

Replace the MAGA hats and Trump signs, and this is straight
out of any number of authoritarian regimes where journalists
are killed.

I feel like a foreign correspondent in my own country.
https://t.co/DyEaefnb7S
— Will Potter (@will_potter) August 1, 2018


I’ve seen classier crowds at cagefighting events.
https://t.co/LtRXP2DVwx
— JE Snowden (@JESnowden) August 1, 2018


Trump’s endless vilification of the media will almost
certainly lead to vigilante violence against journalists.

If Trump succeeds in weakening American institutions
sufficiently, he could wage an Erdogan-style crackdown on
his media critics and independent journalists.
https://t.co/MZykJccKwP
— Khaled Diab (@DiabolicalIdea) August 1, 2018

Acosta wasn't done - the fragile snowflake appeared visibly upset
when he appeared on Brooke Baldwin's CNN show, following Thursday’s
press briefing after Sarah Sanders refused to agree with him that
the press is not the “enemy of the American people.”

https://youtu.be/yUGdFSYrwrE

Acosta whined to Brooke Baldwin... “And, you know, I think maybe we
should make some bumper stickers. Make some buttons, you know —
maybe we should go out on Pennsylvania Avenue like these folks who
chant CNN sucks and fake news, maybe we should go out, all
journalists should go out on Pennsylvania Avenue and chant we’re not
the enemy of the people because I’m tired of this. Honestly, Brooke,
I’m tired of this. It is not right. It is not fair."
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2018-08-06 22:10:24 UTC
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President Trump held a raucous rally in Tampa, Florida, Tuesday
night.
Just like Hitler used to...
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not a big deal. And if it is, others have done worse."
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2018-08-07 14:49:55 UTC
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President Trump held a raucous rally in Tampa, Florida, Tuesday
night.
Just like Hitler used to...
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Trump Supporters Motto: "He didn't say that. And if he did, he didn't
mean that. And if he did, you didn't understand it. And if you did, it's
not a big deal. And if it is, others have done worse."
Haha...Uni/Nobody has resorted to "Zerohedge" as his new source for angry alt-right fake news...so sad, yet funny at the same time.
Ubiquitous
2018-08-11 04:46:13 UTC
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On Thursday, New York Times feature writer Elizabeth Williamson has
been forced to apologize for having tweeted out disapproving feelings
regarding new Times editorial board hire Sarah Jeong. Jeong became the
subject of national controversy last week after dozens of anti-white
tweets resurfaced, and the Times defended her despite her non-apology.

Williamson originally tweeted out a column from the Times’ Bret
Stephens, with the comment, “Here’s @BretStephensNYT offering a classy
welcome to a colleague who has yet to prove she dserves one.” Jeong’s
tweets, it should be noted, weren’t merely anti-white — she had
routinely ripped into the Times over the years.

Nonetheless, it was Williamson who had to say sorry after tweeting, not
Jeong. She tweeted:

Elizabeth Williamson @NYTLiz
I just deleted my earlier tweet about this column. It was
inappropriate. I apologize. https://nyti.ms/2KBlzCo

It’s unclear whether the Times pressured Williamson to apologize, or
whether she caved to the baying of the Twitter outrage mob. In any
case, the irony of an apology from someone criticizing Jeong but not
Jeong herself is telling evidence of the perverse mentality of the
Times itself.
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2018-08-11 09:26:41 UTC
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On Thursday, New York Times feature writer Elizabeth Williamson has
been forced to apologize..."
Do say?
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It’s unclear whether the Times pressured Williamson to apologize...
Well, which one is it, moron? Was she forced, or it it unclear?
Any idea?
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The Boston Globe is reaching out to editorial boards across the country
in an attempt to publish coordinated attacks on President Donald Trump’s
criticism of media outlets unfavorable to him.

The Associated Press reports that the Globe is calling for media outlets
to publish editorials denouncing what it called a “dirty war against the
free press.” Marjorie Pritchard, deputy managing editor of the Globe’s
editorial page, told the AP: “We are not the enemy of the people,” as
Trump has called the media.

Pritchard told the AP that 70 news outlets, including the Denver Post,
Houston Chronicle, Miami Herald, and Minneapolis Star Tribune have all
agreed to publish editorials critical of Trump’s treatment of the media
on August 16.

“The newspaper's request was being promoted by industry groups such as
the American Society of News Editors and regional groups like the New
England Newspaper and Press Association,” the AP reported. “It suggested
editorial boards take a common stand against Trump's words regardless of
their politics, or whether they generally editorialized in support of or
in opposition to the president's policies.”

Pritchard told the AP the paper made the decision to reach out after
Trump recently escalated his rhetoric against the press. At a political
rally in Pennsylvania earlier this month, Trump asked his audience:
“What ever happened to the free press? What ever happened to honest
reporting?” and claimed the media “make up stories.”

Pritchard called this “an attack on the First Amendment” and said she
hoped the editorials would “educate readers” that such comments were
“unacceptable.”
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2018-08-12 21:25:16 UTC
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The Boston Globe is reaching out to editorial boards across the country
in an attempt to publish coordinated attacks on President Donald Trump’s
criticism of media outlets unfavorable to him.
Leaders who have used the phrase "Enemy of the People":

Stalin (USSR).
Robespierre (Reign of Terror).
Mao (Cultural Revolution).
Hitler (3rd Reich).
Donald Trump (MAGA).
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not a big deal. And if it is, others have done worse."
trotsky
2018-08-13 00:49:30 UTC
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The Boston Globe is reaching out to editorial boards across the country
in an attempt to publish coordinated attacks on President Donald Trump’s
criticism of media outlets unfavorable to him.
Stalin (USSR).
Robespierre (Reign of Terror).
Mao (Cultural Revolution).
Hitler (3rd Reich).
Donald Trump (MAGA).
What, Pol Pot didn't make the list?
FPP
2018-08-13 01:53:36 UTC
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The Boston Globe is reaching out to editorial boards across the country
in an attempt to publish coordinated attacks on President Donald Trump’s
criticism of media outlets unfavorable to him.
Stalin (USSR).
Robespierre (Reign of Terror).
Mao (Cultural Revolution).
Hitler (3rd Reich).
Donald Trump (MAGA).
What, Pol Pot didn't make the list?
"Chinese and Cambodian communists, all fiercely nationalistic, rarely if
ever used “enemy of the people” in domestic political struggles because
it was an alien import. Instead, Pol Pot attacked enemies as “ugly
microbes” who would “rot society, rot the party and rot the country from
within."

Mao, however DID use the phrase:

"In Mao Zedong's 1957 speech On the Correct Handling of Contradictions
Among the People, he comments that "At the present stage, the period of
building socialism, the classes, strata and social groups which favour,
support and work for the cause of socialist construction all come within
the category of the people, while the social forces and groups which
resist the socialist revolution and are hostile to or sabotage socialist
construction are all enemies of the people."
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mean that. And if he did, you didn't understand it. And if you did, it's
not a big deal. And if it is, others have done worse."
trotsky
2018-08-13 09:33:09 UTC
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The Boston Globe is reaching out to editorial boards across the country
in an attempt to publish coordinated attacks on President Donald Trump’s
criticism of media outlets unfavorable to him.
Stalin (USSR).
Robespierre (Reign of Terror).
Mao (Cultural Revolution).
Hitler (3rd Reich).
Donald Trump (MAGA).
What, Pol Pot didn't make the list?
"Chinese and Cambodian communists, all fiercely nationalistic, rarely if
ever used “enemy of the people” in domestic political struggles because
it was an alien import. Instead, Pol Pot attacked enemies as “ugly
microbes” who would “rot society, rot the party and rot the country from
within."
Trump probably doesn't know who he is, and thus hasn't quoted him.
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"In Mao Zedong's 1957 speech On the Correct Handling of Contradictions
Among the People, he comments that "At the present stage, the period of
building socialism, the classes, strata and social groups which favour,
support and work for the cause of socialist construction all come within
the category of the people, while the social forces and groups which
resist the socialist revolution and are hostile to or sabotage socialist
construction are all enemies of the people."
That sounds like Trump's playbook.
Ubiquitous
2018-08-21 23:34:07 UTC
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The Boston Globe is reaching out to editorial boards across the country
in an attempt to publish coordinated attacks on President Donald Trump’s
criticism of media outlets unfavorable to him.
Stalin (USSR).
Robespierre (Reign of Terror).
Mao (Cultural Revolution).
Hitler (3rd Reich).
Ad hominem noted.
Goodwin'a Law violation noted.

Get back to us when you have you a real argument to make.
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needlessly inflammatory or hyperbolic."
4:05 AM - June 24, 2018
FPP
2018-08-22 23:17:12 UTC
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The Boston Globe is reaching out to editorial boards across the country
in an attempt to publish coordinated attacks on President Donald Trump’s
criticism of media outlets unfavorable to him.
Stalin (USSR).
Robespierre (Reign of Terror).
Mao (Cultural Revolution).
Hitler (3rd Reich).
Ad hominem noted.
Goodwin'a Law violation noted.
Get back to us when you have you a real argument to make.
Any part of that response that wasn't cut and pasted at random?
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trotsky
2018-08-23 08:43:15 UTC
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The Boston Globe is reaching out to editorial boards across the country
in an attempt to publish coordinated attacks on President Donald Trump’s
criticism of media outlets unfavorable to him.
Stalin (USSR).
Robespierre (Reign of Terror).
Mao (Cultural Revolution).
Hitler (3rd Reich).
Ad hominem noted.
Goodwin'a Law violation noted.
Get back to us when you have you a real argument to make.
Any part of that response that wasn't cut and pasted at random?
Looks like Pubie has gone back to citing "Goodwin" (sic) and using "ad
hominem" as a noun.
Ubiquitous
2018-08-25 01:05:01 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.

MRC analysts examined all CNN and MSNBC coverage between 6:00 a.m.
and 11:59 p.m. on August 22, counting every use of the word
“impeach,” “impeachment,” or some permutation thereof. Analysts
found 114 instances of the term on MSNBC and 108 on CNN, for a total
of 222 total uses of the word.

There were no shows on either network in which the term was not
uttered at least once. CNN’s Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon and MSNBC’s
Andrea Mitchell and Rachel Maddow exercised the most restraint, with
each host using the term only once in their allotted hour.

A number of hosts brought in Congressional Democrats to lobby them
in the direction of impeaching President Trump. On CNN’s New Day,
host John Berman pushed liberal Senator Elizabeth Warren: “Is that
grounds for impeachment?”

Later, Wolf Blitzer suggested to Connecticut Congressman Jim Himes
on The Situation Room: “Do you think it would be appropriate to
immediately begin impeachment proceedings based on what you’ve just
learned, for example, from Michael Cohen?”

On MSNBC’s 6 p.m. ET The Beat, fill-in host Ayman Mohyeldin nudged
New York Representative Hakim Jeffries: “In the spring, you said
that Democrats have ‘no interest in going down the road to
impeachment.’ Is that still case? Should Democrats and members of
Congress consider impeachment against this President?”

So prominent was the topic of impeachment that Ali Velshi began his
hour of MSNBC Live with an in-depth presentation on the process –
which he embarrassingly bungled.

What follows is a video compilation which captures the enthusiasm
with which the cable outlets discussed impeachment yesterday:
https://www.mrctv.org/videos/cnn-msnbc-say-impeachment-222-times-one-day
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2018-08-27 22:45:42 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
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their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949

"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
A Friend
2018-08-27 23:50:47 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
It seems absurd to me to have somebody sitting there counting the
number of times people use the word "impeachment." Was this the Brent
Bozell group?
NoBody
2018-08-28 11:12:34 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up? Somehow I doubt it.
Ubiquitous
2018-08-28 11:12:35 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up? Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
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FPP
2018-08-29 02:07:07 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up? Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
Why? Are YOUR fingers broken?

Yes, fucknuts. It's the adult thing to do... which is why we'll never
catch YOU doing it.
Ever.

"Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment Way More Than Democrats"

https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/republicans-are-talking-about-impeachment-way-more-than-democrats/
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their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949

"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
trotsky
2018-08-29 09:57:01 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up?  Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
Why?  Are YOUR fingers broken?
Yes, fucknuts.  It's the adult thing to do... which is why we'll never
catch YOU doing it.
Ever.
"Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment Way More Than Democrats"
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/republicans-are-talking-about-impeachment-way-more-than-democrats/
Except for our buddy Lindsay Graham, who's currently making the rounds
talking about the "need" for Sessions to get fired.
FPP
2018-08-29 23:59:55 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up?  Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
Why?  Are YOUR fingers broken?
Yes, fucknuts.  It's the adult thing to do... which is why we'll never
catch YOU doing it.
Ever.
"Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment Way More Than Democrats"
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/republicans-are-talking-about-impeachment-way-more-than-democrats/
Except for our buddy Lindsay Graham, who's currently making the rounds
talking about the "need" for Sessions to get fired.
He didn't have the balls to say that when McCain was around though, did he?

All of a sudden he has the vapors! Either he's had one Mint Julep too
many, or his corset is on too tight.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949

"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
trotsky
2018-08-30 11:10:23 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up?  Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
Why?  Are YOUR fingers broken?
Yes, fucknuts.  It's the adult thing to do... which is why we'll
never catch YOU doing it.
Ever.
"Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment Way More Than Democrats"
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/republicans-are-talking-about-impeachment-way-more-than-democrats/
Except for our buddy Lindsay Graham, who's currently making the rounds
talking about the "need" for Sessions to get fired.
He didn't have the balls to say that when McCain was around though, did he?
All of a sudden he has the vapors!  Either he's had one Mint Julep too
many, or his corset is on too tight.
My theory is Putin has the kompromat of him being videoed having sex
with Pence.
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up? Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
Why? Are YOUR fingers broken?
Yes, fucknuts. It's the adult thing to do... which is why we'll never
catch YOU doing it.
Ever.
"Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment Way More Than Democrats"
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/republicans-are-talking-about-impeachment-way-more-than-democrats/
Little more than a glorified editiorial. Care to try again? Oh, and
why do you expect me to research YOUR claims for you?
Ubiquitous
2018-08-30 01:47:53 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up? Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
Why? Are YOUR fingers broken?
Yes, fucknuts. It's the adult thing to do... which is why we'll never
catch YOU doing it.
Ever.
"Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment Way More Than Democrats"
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/republicans-are-talking-about-impeachment-way-more-than-democrats/
Little more than a glorified editiorial. Care to try again? Oh, and
why do you expect me to research YOUR claims for you?
Well, there you go expecting FPP to deal with facts again...
... or producing a rebutal.
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FPP
2018-08-30 11:03:38 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up? Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
Why? Are YOUR fingers broken?
Yes, fucknuts. It's the adult thing to do... which is why we'll never
catch YOU doing it.
Ever.
"Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment Way More Than Democrats"
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/republicans-are-talking-about-impeachment-way-more-than-democrats/
Little more than a glorified editiorial. Care to try again? Oh, and
why do you expect me to research YOUR claims for you?
Well, there you go expecting FPP to deal with facts again...
... or producing a rebutal.
First, fucknuts says I can't back up my claim.
So I back up my claim.

Then fucknuts says he doesn't consider my rebutal (sic) viable.
Even though it's a perfectly acceptable source, which fucknuts doesn't
bother to debunk.

Now, nine hours ago, the report comes out that they're obsessed with
impeachment over at the White House.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/winter-is-coming-allies-fear-trump-isnt-prepared-for-gathering-legal-storm/2018/08/29/b07fc0a6-aba0-11e8-b1da-ff7faa680710_story.html

Expect fucknuts to deny that editiorial (sic) too. Why? Because "Truth
isn't truth." of course!
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what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
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2018-08-30 11:25:15 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up? Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
Why? Are YOUR fingers broken?
Yes, fucknuts. It's the adult thing to do... which is why we'll never
catch YOU doing it.
Ever.
"Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment Way More Than Democrats"
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/republicans-are-talking-about-
impeachment-way-more-than-democrats/
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Little more than a glorified editiorial. Care to try again? Oh, and
why do you expect me to research YOUR claims for you?
Well, there you go expecting FPP to deal with facts again...
... or producing a rebutal.
First, fucknuts says I can't back up my claim.
So I back up my claim.
Then fucknuts says he doesn't consider my rebutal (sic) viable.
Even though it's a perfectly acceptable source, which fucknuts doesn't
bother to debunk.
Now, nine hours ago, the report comes out that they're obsessed with
impeachment over at the White House.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/winter-is-coming-allies-fear-trump-
isnt-prepared-for-gathering-legal-storm/2018/08/29/b07fc0a6-aba0-11e8-b1da-
ff7faa680710_story.html
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Expect fucknuts to deny that editiorial (sic) too. Why? Because "Truth
isn't truth." of course!
Looks like Nobody struck a nerve!
#Triggered
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2018-08-31 11:41:41 UTC
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Liberal cable news outlets evidently had their own fairy tale ending
in mind when former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to
campaign finance violations: impeachment. On Wednesday, CNN and
MSNBC reporters, anchors, and paid contributors used the word an
absurd 222 times in 18 hours.
More Republicans are talking impeachment than Democrats.
But, by all means, ignore the facts if they don't suit your narrative.
You going to back that claim up? Somehow I doubt it.
FPPsky backing up a claim of his with FACTS?
Yeah, you're right.
Why? Are YOUR fingers broken?
Yes, fucknuts. It's the adult thing to do... which is why we'll never
catch YOU doing it.
Ever.
"Republicans Are Talking About Impeachment Way More Than Democrats"
https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/republicans-are-talking-about-impeachment-way-more-than-democrats/
Little more than a glorified editiorial. Care to try again? Oh, and
why do you expect me to research YOUR claims for you?
Well, there you go expecting FPP to deal with facts again...
... or producing a rebutal.
First, fucknuts says I can't back up my claim.
So I back up my claim.
Then fucknuts says he doesn't consider my rebutal (sic) viable.
Even though it's a perfectly acceptable source, which fucknuts doesn't
bother to debunk.
I noted that it was an editorial and was given all the consideration
it was due (which is none).
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Now, nine hours ago, the report comes out that they're obsessed with
impeachment over at the White House.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/winter-is-coming-allies-fear-trump-isnt-prepared-for-gathering-legal-storm/2018/08/29/b07fc0a6-aba0-11e8-b1da-ff7faa680710_story.html
Expect fucknuts to deny that editiorial (sic) too. Why? Because "Truth
isn't truth." of course!
You post an article consisting of editorizing and "sources say"
nonsense and you call that "backing up your claim"? No wonder I laugh
at every post of yours.
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2018-09-12 01:05:01 UTC
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The mainstream press is rushing to defend Bob Woodward after
President Trump attacked him over his new book. That's funny,
because journalists themselves had been saying far worse things
about Woodward for more than a decade.

Bob Woodward's new book - "Fear: Trump In The White House" - isn't
out yet, but has already created a frenzy of news coverage about
Trump's dysfunctional White House. Naturally, Trump lashed out in a
series of tweets, attacking Woodward's credibility. We haven't read
the book, and can't vouch for its accuracy. Neither have most
reporters broadcasting its most sensational findings.

Still, you can see why reporters would want to protect one of their
own from the vile attacks waged against their hero. Why just look at
the vitriol that has spewed forth from his critics:

"The latest in a long string of questionable journalistic episodes."

"It reveals a grotesquely swollen ego fed by 40 years of hero
worship."

"Bob Woodward's plunge into sheer hackery."

"Why does Bob Woodward get to lie and still be Bob Woodward?"

"As an analyst, Woodward is a particular kind of awful."

"He's the dumb blonde of American journalism."

"Woodward, despite filing one dubious story after another, retains
his position as an eminence grise of DC reporters."

"It is relentlessly biased against the president."

"Illuminates his role as an Establishment cipher."

Wow! A threat to First Amendment freedoms if ever there was one.
Right?

There's just one problem.

Every one of the quotes above - _every single one_ - was penned by
prominent, mainstream journalists. (Arianna Huffington, founder of
Pulitzer-prize-winning Huffington Post, is the one who called
Woodward a "dumb blonde.") There are many more attacks where those
came from.

In fact, the mainstream press had been on something of a campaign to
tear down Woodward's credibility for years.

During the Bush and Obama administrations, Woodward-bashing articles
ran in Newsweek, New York magazine, The Huffington Post, The New
Republic and many others, with headlines like:

"Bob Woodward's Credibility Finally Hits The Ocean Floor."

"The Myth of Bob Woodward: Why Is This Man an American Icon."

"What The Hell Happened to Bob Woodward?"

"Woodward as Journalistic Hero: The Real State of Denial."

"The Long, Long Fall of Bob Woodward."

"The troubling things I learned when I re-reported Bob Woodward's
book on John Belushi."

Woodward's Fall From Liberal Media Grace

Why the brutal attacks from journalists on one of their own? And the
Pulitzer-Prize-Winning-Reporter-Who-Brought-Down-Nixon-And-
Inspired-Legions-To-Become-Journalists no less?

Well, back in the early-2000s, Woodward committed the cardinal
journalistic sin of writing a couple books that were more or less
sympathetic toward the Bush administration. He later wrote books
bashing the administration, but that wasn't enough to redeem
himself.

Then, during the Obama years, Woodward doubled down on his sinful
ways by daring to criticize President Obama, challenging the
truthfulness of some of Obama's claims, and once suggesting that an
Obama administration official tried to intimidate him.

If there's one thing you can't do to be a journalist in good
standing, it's write anything that makes a Republican look good. Or
that makes a Democrat - especially Obama - look bad. Even if the
reporting is solid, and the reporter is Bob Woodward. It doesn't
matter.

The message to journalists everywhere is clear. No one, not even
Woodward, can stray from journalism's liberal dogma and keep their
reputations intact.

But now Woodward has written a book that makes Trump look even worse
than the Washington Establishment had suspected.

So, all his past sins are forgiven. His reporting is impeccable. His
facts unassailable. Any challenges to Woodward or his craft are
deeply offensive.

At least for now.

After all, Woodward might someday churn out a subsequent book that
is critical of a future Democrat. Then he'll once again be a
disgrace to journalists everywhere.


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2018-09-13 02:39:46 UTC
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What liberal media?
September 11, 2018 at 6:05:01 PM MST
The mainstream press is rushing to defend Bob Woodward
I gave a friend an Amazon gift card for her birthday and she went and bought
the lying sack of pigshit's new book and TOLD me about it. Ptui.
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https://youtu.be/ZqHVfTG7TEA

MSNBC and CNN anchors and reporters are fixating on the optics of
Republican "white men" on the the Senate Judiciary Committee
publicly questioning a woman who has accused Supreme Court justice
nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault.

Harkening back to the questioning of Anita Hill, a black woman, in
1991 by white male senators during Clarence Thomas' explosive
confirmation fight—Hill accused him of sexual harassment—the press
has curiously wondered if it will look good for "white men" to
question Christine Blasey Ford. Ford, a white woman, has alleged
Kavanaugh tried to drunkenly rape her when they were teenagers in
the early 1980s.

Kavanaugh and Ford have both been invited to testify publicly in
front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on Monday. Republican
senators announced Tuesday they also extended the option for a
private hearing to Ford.

"Once again, it will be all white men on the Republican side of the
Judiciary Committee questioning both Judge Kavanaugh and Doctor
Ford," CNN anchor Poppy Harlow said.

"It is a lineup of white guys over the age of 50," MSNBC anchor
Stephanie Ruhle exclaimed while discussing the upcoming testimony.

MSNBC guest and former Hillary Clinton campaign official Adrienne
Elrod asked, "Are these Republican white men essentially going to
ask her if she's telling the truth? Are they going to question her
credibility?"

CNN anchor John Berman repeatedly noted it was "11 white men" on the
Republican side of the committee who would conduct the questioning.
CNN congressional correspondent Dana Bash said she has covered "lots
of these white men" and the "white men" on the Republican side of
the committee was unchanged from the Hill hearings.

MSNBC's "Morning Joe" anchor Joe Scarborough made note of "all the
white men" on the committee, as did contributor Irin Carmon.
Scarborough also called it a "worst-case scenario for a bunch of
white men on the Senate Judiciary Committee cross-examining Doctor
Ford."

"At the end of the day, if they have a bunch of white men once again
defending another white man," it would be rough optics for the GOP,
Axios co-founder Jim VandeHei said.

CNN anchor Alisyn Camerota attempted to be diplomatic on "New Day,"
however, while also noting the race of the Republicans on the
committee.

"I have faith in white men," she said. "I believe they can ask fair
questions."
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2018-09-27 01:05:08 UTC
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An SJW leftist mob harassed Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and his wife Heidi
at a D.C. restaurant this week, forcing the couple to leave.

Similar to the reactions after White House Press Secretary Sarah
Huckabee Sanders endured the same indignity, leftists have cheered
the stunt, suggesting that Ted Cruz had it coming.

AWESOME!!

Ted Cruz just got chased out of a DC restaurant
pic.twitter.com/i5GE90M7hl
- jordan (@JordanUhl) September 25, 2018

CNN anchor Don Lemon went as far to say on his show Tuesday that
though he does not like harassment, he feels that it "goes with the
territory" of serving in congress.

"In a way, I think it goes with the territory," Lemon said. "I don't
like that they were blocking his wife, but that's what he signed up
for. And as a strict constitutionalist, which Ted Cruz is, he knows
it is protected under the First Amendment."

"I don't like it," he added. "I don't like it happening to his wife.
That's what he signed up for. That's part of the deal. I don't like
it, but it is one reason I'm not a public official, that I'm not
running for office."

Watch @donlemon and attorney @ChrisCuomo falsely assert
that protesters "have the right" to heckle, harass, shout
down government officials IN A PRIVATE RESTAURANT. NO,
THEY DON'T!!!https://t.co/hPfCa5K8nv#DumbAndDumber
- Larry Elder (@larryelder) September 26, 2018

The harassing of Ted Cruz follows a repeated pattern of
conservatives being harassed and heckled in public places. Earlier
this year, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) even called upon anti-Trump
activists to publicly harass members of the Trump administration
wherever they find them.

[Yeah, I am sure he'd feel the same way if the tables were turned.]
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Now that the Brett Kavanaugh news cycle has all but wrapped up, CNN has
returned to form and started talking about President Donald Trump’s
penis again.

CNN host Don Lemon hosted Stormy Daniels on Monday to talk more about
her book, and Lemon once again brought up how Daniels described Trump’s
penis in her book.

“You said you don’t have many regrets, but the one that you have
recently is writing about the president’s private parts. Why do you
regret that?” Lemon asked.

“I don’t really regret it,” Daniels replied. “I just have a couple
moments where I’m like, ‘That was kind of mean.’ But, then I look back
on all the horrible things he’s said about other people and women and
calling women pigs, and attacking girls’ weights and their looks, and
then I don’t feel so bad.”

“Yeah,” Lemon said.

“But I don’t agree in general with like, body shaming. But I was backed
into a corner. I didn’t really have a choice. I’m not a liar, and
that’s basically the only thing I could say to prove that I’m telling
the truth,” Daniels said.

Indeed, Stormy Daniels, who alleges an affair with President Trump over
a decade ago, recently said that she felt “pretty terrible” about
mocking Trump’s penis in her book, though now it seems that she doesn’t
feel _that_ bad.

This segment comes after CNN host Jake Tapper aired a segment about
Trump’s penis last month, again focusing on the alleged description in
Daniels’ book.

Here’s a screenshot from the “serious” news network:
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“Lots of books claim to be tell-alls, but they don’t follow through.
Stormy Daniels’ new book about her life is not that book. Wow. She
tells all,” Jake Tapper gushed when introducing the segment.

Late night hosts Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon also guffawed over
Trump’s genitalia.
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2018-10-09 22:04:53 UTC
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Now that the Brett Kavanaugh news cycle has all but wrapped up, CNN has
returned to form and started talking about President Donald Trump’s
penis again.
You posted this twice under two different subjects.
Looks like it's YOU who can't stop talking about Donald Trump's penis.

That being said.. of the two heads, it's the one he uses more frequently.
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Ubiquitous
2018-10-10 00:47:47 UTC
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Now that the Brett Kavanaugh news cycle has all but wrapped up, CNN has
returned to form and started talking about President Donald Trump’s
penis again.
You posted this twice under two different subjects.
Looks like it's YOU who can't stop talking about Donald Trump's penis.
Deflection noted.
Nonresponse noted.

Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
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2018-10-24 01:05:01 UTC
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Tuesday morning the three networks continued their fawning coverage
of the thousands of illegal aliens heading to the U.S./Mexico border
while ABC and NBC spent additional time worrying that President
Trump's "threats" about the caravan would motivate Republican voters
to the polls.

Senior White House Correspondent Cecilia Vega had the strongest
rebuke for the President on ABC's Good Morning America. She
downplayed the caravan as not that big of a deal, and repeatedly
slammed Trump for using the caravan to "stoke fear" for the
midterms:

[T]his so-called national emergency actually really
represents about 0.06% of all the undocumented people
already in this country so we are talking about a very
small fraction of people here but the president is
hoping that this is a winning strategy, the same strategy
that helped him win the White House to help give
Republicans an edge in the midterms and that strategy
is stoking fears about immigration. Overnight, President
Trump banking on that migrant caravan being a winning
applause line on the campaign trail.

Playing clips from Trump's rally where he warned about gang members,
terrorists and being funded by Democrats, Vega scolded:

"He's using it to rally his base and scare voters to the polls and
he's doing it with false claims," she stated, adding that there was
"no evidence" to back up his claims.

Meanwhile, ABC was the only network to tout President Obama taking
shots at President Trump while stumping for Democrats:

OBAMA: Unlike some, I actually try to state facts.

VEGA: His message clear, even if he never once mentioned
President Trump by name.

OBAMA: I don't believe in just making stuff up. I think
you should like actually say to people what's true.

https://www.mrctv.org/videos/nets-warn-trump-threatening-caravan-
false-claims-rally-voters

NBC's Today show wasn't much better, with anchor Hoda Kotb framing
Trump as the villain "making threats:"

"President Trump making new threats against that migrant caravan
during a late night rally and the unsubstantiated claims that
Democrats are funding it," she stated, adding that it has become the
Republicans' "biggest talking point with 14 days to go to the
midterms."

Correspondent Gabe Gutierrez echoed that theme, hyping Trump as a
bully who was overreacting and making up claims just to get
Republicans to the polls:

The president is threatening to cut off foreign aid as
the central american countries that let them pass as he
ramps up his rhetoric ahead of the midterms. This morning
as the caravan defiantly inches closer to the U.S.,
President Trump is calling it an assault on our country,
telling "Usa today" that he will send as many troops
to the border as necessary.

...

There is no evidence the caravan was organized by anyone
other than Honduran political leaders and social activists.
The president now tweeting, this is a national emergency.

After that report, White House correspondent Peter Alexander slammed
Trump for appealing to "fear" to motivate his base, (as if that
hasn't been Democrats' message to their base for the past two
years):

[W]hat is striking here is the economy is strong.
Unemployment is low. Instead of talking about his
achievements these days, the president really is leaning
into this message of fear. His closing argument focuses on
stoking these fears of illegal immigration, MS-13, shadowy
Middle Eastern figures. It's what he is doing recently to
motivate his base of support his voters, to stave off
Democrats from winning back the house or the senate or
both. obviously, what's crucial in this circumstance is
that the president recognizes that he is up against a wall
right here.

CBS This Morning offered the most straightforward report, while
noting that immigration was a rallying issue, the journalists did
not slam Trump as a fearmonger as the other networks did.
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2018-10-24 11:48:40 UTC
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Senior White House Correspondent Cecilia Vega had the strongest
rebuke for the President on ABC's Good Morning America. She
downplayed the caravan as not that big of a deal, and repeatedly
slammed Trump for using the caravan to "stoke fear" for the
midterms
Trump actually admitted he has no proof of what he said.

"When pressed repeatedly by CNN’s Jim Acosta on Tuesday if he had any
proof that people from the Middle East had joined the caravan, Trump
later admitted: “There’s no proof of anything. There’s no proof of
anything, but there very well could be.”

HE ADMITTED WHAT HE SAID WAS PURE BULLSHIT!

“There’s no proof of anything. There’s no proof of anything, but there
very well could be.” - Donald J. Trump
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their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
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OBAMA: Unlike some, I actually try to state facts.
OBAMA: I don't believe in just making stuff up. I think
you should like actually say to people what's true.
Where's that trollometer when you really need it?
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OBAMA: Unlike some, I actually try to state facts.
OBAMA: I don't believe in just making stuff up. I think
you should like actually say to people what's true.
Where's that trollometer when you really need it?
heh.
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OK, not a gang rapist, but a serial rapist.
Not a serial rapist, but a rapist.
OK, not a rapist, but a blackout drunk.
Not a blackout drunk, but an alcoholic.
Not an alcoholic, but he drinks beer.
OK, he just threw ice at someone once in the 1980's.
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Despite the fact that journalists are linking Donald Trump to
Wednesday's attempted mail bombing and placing blame on his
supporters, CNN on Thursday rather bizarrely denied doing just
that. Inside Politics host John King lectured, "No one is blaming
the President. Is anyone blaming the President?"

King complained, "The President now wants to make this about him.
Amen to the President for what he first said yesterday. `Let's take
a breath and everybody tone it down. Let the investigators do their
job. We can all be better.' But then it's our fault. Why?"

https://www.mrctv.org/videos/really-cnn-host-no-one-blaming-president-mail-bombs

No one is blaming the President? Really? On Wednesday night, CNN's
Anderson Cooper insisted that Trump doesn't see the intended victims
of these mail bombs as "human beings." The cable channel aired, as
breaking news, the words of Democrat Andrew Cuomo calling the
attacks "red versus blue terrorism." (Andrew Cuomo, of course, is
the governor of New York and the brother of CNN host Chris Cuomo.)

On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Thursday, John Heilemann declared that the
"most plausible" scenario is that a Trump supporter sent the bombs.
On Tuesday's Morning Joe, Morning Joe co-host Joe Scarborough blamed
Trump and his "anti-Semitic overtones" for the bomb mailed to George
Soros.

So journalists aren't placing blame for this attempted bombing?
Sure sounds like it.

A partial transcript of the Inside Politics segment is below.

Inside Politics
10/25/18
12:19

JOHN KING: No one is blaming the President. Is anyone
blaming the President? The President now wants to make
this about him. Amen to the President for what he first
said yesterday. "Let's take a breath and everybody tone
it down. Let the investigators do their job. We can all
be better." But then it's our fault. Why?

ABBY PHILLIP: For this president, everything comes back
to him and how he thinks he is being perceived, how he
thinks he is being attacked or if he feels like he is
under siege. And, as always with him, the media is the
culprit. The media is responsible for him being treated
poorly in the public sphere. So, this is really no
different.

...

RACHEL BADE (Congressional reporter, Politico): It's
interesting because of course he played no role in this,
but you have to look at the greater context that he has
created in Washington in attacking the media. And you
have to wonder if that has contributed to what happened
yesterday. I mean, the President is popular with the base
because he speaks frankly and he goes after and mocks his
enemies and people like that about him. but there is a line.
It's one thing to be critical of your enemy. It's another
to say that the media is the enemy of the people, that we
are intentionally making up false stories.
--
Kavanaugh is a gang rapist.
OK, not a gang rapist, but a serial rapist.
Not a serial rapist, but a rapist.
OK, not a rapist, but a blackout drunk.
Not a blackout drunk, but an alcoholic.
Not an alcoholic, but he drinks beer.
OK, he just threw ice at someone once in the 1980's.
FPP
2018-10-26 11:26:56 UTC
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So journalists aren't placing blame for this attempted bombing?
Sure sounds like it.
As they should.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
Ubiquitous
2018-10-28 12:11:34 UTC
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As you've heard, an unknown person for an unknown reason sent crude pipe
bombs to several Democrats this week. None of the bombs went off. None of the
targets were ever in any actual danger. We don't know the motive of this
attack and we don't even know if it was meant to be an attack. It's certainly
an act of terrorism either way, but there is no reason to believe, as of now,
that the unknown terrorist actually intended to kill or maim the people whose
names he wrote on the envelopes.

None of this has stopped the media from explicitly passing blame to President
Trump and other Republicans. There has been little to no restraint on the
Left in this regard. They have already determined the cause (anti-Democrat
prejudice) and the culprit (Donald Trump, by proxy). CNN announced that the
intended recipients of the bombers were "Trump's targets." Much ink has been
spilled and bloviating done about the dangers of "divisive" rhetoric. Indeed,
judging by the media's reaction, you might think that this is the first
example of (allegedly) political violence in years, or that every such
example has been committed at the hands of right wingers. That, of course,
couldn't be further from the truth.

Let's review some recent cases of liberal violence that the media, for some
strange reason, never thought proper to blame on Democrats:

1) Ricin sent to President Trump and other administration officials.

This happened just a few weeks ago. It was in the news for a brief time and
forgotten immediately. Of course, Trump was never in any danger. His mail is
screened and there's no chance that a letter containing potential polson
would ever make it to his desk. But the pipe bombs weren't any threat to
their targets, either. The people screening Barack Obama's mail aren't going
to hand him a suspicious envelop with a heavy object in the shape of a pipe
bomb protruding out the sides. The fact that the attempt was a dud was reason
enough to ignore the story in Trump's case, but not in Obama and Hillary's.

2) Attack on GOP at congressional baseball game.

An outspoken Bernie Sanders supporter went to the game with a hit list of
Republican names. He inquired as to which party was on the field. When he
found out it was Republicans, he opened fire. Rep. Steve Scalise was nearly
killed in the assault. This was a politically motivated, pre-planned
assassination attempt targeting dozens of GOP lawmakers at once. Yet the FBI
called the attack "spontaneous" and Nancy Pelosi expressed deep outrage at
anyone who might try to pin the blame on Democrats.

3) Mass murder of police at Black Lives Matter rally in Dallas.

In 2016, a murderous radical went on a rampage during a BLM protest, shooting
14 police officers and killing 5 of them. The media took great pains to
clarify that the killer had nothing to do with BLM, liberals, or Democrats.
Even though many prominent Leftists had spent years up to that point claiming
that racist police were hunting down innocent black men and executing them in
broad daylight, still we were informed that this sort of propaganda couldn't
possibly have anything at all to do with the killing spree.

4) Riots in Ferguson and Baltimore.

Violent chaos gripped the streets of Ferguson and Baltimore for days on end.
Buildings were burned to the ground. Stores were looted. Cars were set on
fire. Homes were vandalized. Innocent people were assaulted by mobs. With
these situations, especially in the case of Ferguson, we can say without a
doubt that left wing rhetoric fueled and encouraged the violence. Liberals
and Democrats were the ones who spread the patently false "hands up, don't
shoot" myth, which became the rioter's rallying cry.

But none of these terrible events prompted a national conversation about
dangerous rhetoric. CNN never blamed Obama for the Ferguson riots or the
Dallas massacre, even though he helped amplify the false narrative that
motivated them. MSNBC never made Nancy Pelosi or Maxine Waters or any other
Democrat politician answer for the shooting spree at the congressional
baseball game. The media rejected the idea that anyone other than the
specific perpetrators could be responsible. Only now have they changed their
mind on that point.

I wonder why.
--
Kavanaugh is a gang rapist.
OK, not a gang rapist, but a serial rapist.
Not a serial rapist, but a rapist.
OK, not a rapist, but a blackout drunk.
Not a blackout drunk, but an alcoholic.
Not an alcoholic, but he drinks beer.
OK, he just threw ice at someone once in the 1980's.
moviePig
2018-10-28 14:55:15 UTC
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As you've heard, an unknown person for an unknown reason sent crude pipe
bombs to several Democrats this week. None of the bombs went off. None of the
targets were ever in any actual danger. We don't know the motive of this
attack and we don't even know if it was meant to be an attack. It's certainly
an act of terrorism either way, but there is no reason to believe, as of now,
that the unknown terrorist actually intended to kill or maim the people whose
names he wrote on the envelopes.
...
Breaking: The pipes were made of cardboard, and contained only flour...
--
- - - - - - - -
YOUR taste at work...
http://www.moviepig.com
FPP
2018-10-28 21:11:36 UTC
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As you've heard, an unknown person for an unknown reason sent crude pipe
bombs to several Democrats this week. None of the bombs went off. None of the
targets were ever in any actual danger. We don't know the motive of this
attack and we don't even know if it was meant to be an attack. It's certainly
an act of terrorism either way, but there is no reason to believe, as of now,
that the unknown terrorist actually intended to kill or maim the people whose
names he wrote on the envelopes.
...
Breaking:  The pipes were made of cardboard, and contained only flour...
I guess if the shooter in the synagogue had managed to miss all of his
targets, Ubi would be making excuses for him, too.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
moviePig
2018-10-28 21:24:54 UTC
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As you've heard, an unknown person for an unknown reason sent crude pipe
bombs to several Democrats this week. None of the bombs went off. None of the
targets were ever in any actual danger. We don't know the motive of this
attack and we don't even know if it was meant to be an attack. It's certainly
an act of terrorism either way, but there is no reason to believe, as of now,
that the unknown terrorist actually intended to kill or maim the people whose
names he wrote on the envelopes.
...
Breaking:  The pipes were made of cardboard, and contained only flour...
 I guess if the shooter in the synagogue had managed to miss all of his
targets, Ubi would be making excuses for him, too.
"Warning shots, your honor. My client just aims badly..."
--
- - - - - - - -
YOUR taste at work...
http://www.moviepig.com
FPP
2018-10-28 21:06:51 UTC
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As you've heard, an unknown person for an unknown reason sent crude pipe
bombs to several Democrats this week.
What?
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
FPP
2018-10-28 21:07:35 UTC
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None of the bombs went off. None of the
targets were ever in any actual danger.
Not what the FBI director said. Real bombs. Real danger. Ignorant
bomber.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
FPP
2018-10-28 21:08:09 UTC
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We don't know the motive of this
attack and we don't even know if it was meant to be an attack
Look at the stickers on the van, especially the ones with the cross
hairs over their faces.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
FPP
2018-10-28 21:09:21 UTC
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As you've heard, an unknown person for an unknown reason sent crude pipe
bombs to several Democrats this week. None of the bombs went off. None of the
targets were ever in any actual danger. We don't know the motive of this
attack and we don't even know if it was meant to be an attack. It's certainly
an act of terrorism either way, but there is no reason to believe, as of now,
that the unknown terrorist actually intended to kill or maim the people whose
names he wrote on the envelopes.
Yeah. Who would possibly think mailing pipe bombs to people intended to
hurt them.
The shrapnel inside the bombs were just festive decorations, maybe.

You are a fucking douche.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
FPP
2018-10-28 21:13:47 UTC
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As you've heard, an unknown person for an unknown reason sent crude pipe
bombs to several Democrats this week. None of the bombs went off. None of the
targets were ever in any actual danger. We don't know the motive of this
attack and we don't even know if it was meant to be an attack. It's certainly
an act of terrorism either way, but there is no reason to believe, as of now,
that the unknown terrorist actually intended to kill or maim the people whose
names he wrote on the envelopes.
Then why fill them with explosives and shrapnel? For fun?
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
FPP
2018-10-28 21:10:16 UTC
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None of this has stopped the media from explicitly passing blame to President
Trump and other Republicans.
Every target of the bomber was also a target of the president. Every
single one, by name.
Trump did everything BUT supply the addresses and the stamps.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
Ubiquitous
2018-10-30 01:05:01 UTC
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday - the deadliest anti-
Semitic shooting in American history. On Monday, key members of the
press amplified that message by quoting supposed Pittsburgh Jewish
leaders saying the same thing. Here, for example, was Maggie
Haberman of The New York Times:

Letter to President Trump from Pittsburgh Jewish Leaders
https://t.co/XUpsCl0aUz
- Maggie Haberman (@maggieNYT) October 29, 2018

Bend The Arc, the group quoted here, wrote a letter stating:

For the past three years your words and your policies
have emboldened a growing white nationalist movement.
You yourself called the murderer evil, but yesterday's
violence is the direct culmination of your influence.
President Trump, you are not welcome in Pittsburgh until
you fully denounce white nationalism. Our Jewish community
is not the only group you have targeted. You have also
deliberately undermined the safety of people of color,
Muslims, LGBTQ people, and people with disabilities.
Yesterday's massacre is not the first act of terror you
incited against a minority group in our country. President
Trump, you are not welcome in Pittsburgh until you stop
targeting and endangering all minorities.

So, is Bend The Arc really a group of "Jewish leaders"? Only in
name. The group is merely a Leftist political action group with a
Jewish label. Their stated mission is "rising up in solidarity with
everyone threatened by the Trump agenda to fight for the soul of our
nation." Their missions include the election of "progressive
champions" and the implementation of "progressive legislation and
policies, like criminal justice reform and economic equity."

Who runs Bend The Arc? Alexander Soros, George Soros' son. When he
started the PAC, Politico noted, "Soros, who formed his own
foundation in 2012 to promote social justice and human rights, has
given $1.2 million to Democratic candidates and groups in the last
three elections." (It should be noted here that criticism of the
political viewpoint of major Democratic donors is not anti-Semitism;
it is normal politics.) The director of Bend The Arc was Hadar
Susskind, formerly a staffer at the anti-Semitic front group J
Street, which spends its days attempting to undermine the safety and
security of the state of Israel.

None of the headlines mentioned what Bend The Arc actually is: a
far-left political action group with little relationship to Judaism
itself. Instead, the media just ran with the headline.

Washington Post: "`He is not welcome here': Thousands support
Pittsburgh Jewish leaders calling on Trump to `denounce white
nationalism'"

The Hill: "Progressive Jewish leaders tell Trump he's not welcome in
Pittsburgh until he denounces white nationalism"

Newsweek: "Jewish Group says Donald Trump not welcome in Pittsburgh
until he is ready to fully denounce white nationalism"

Here's the real headline: Rabbi Jeffrey Myers of the Tree of Life
Synagogue told CNN this morning, "The President of the United States
is always welcome. I'm a citizen. He's my president. He is
certainly welcome." That's not going to get the same kind of media
coverage. It's no wonder why.
--
Kavanaugh is a gang rapist.
OK, not a gang rapist, but a serial rapist.
Not a serial rapist, but a rapist.
OK, not a rapist, but a blackout drunk.
Not a blackout drunk, but an alcoholic.
Not an alcoholic, but he drinks beer.
OK, he just threw ice at someone once in the 1980's.
FPP
2018-10-30 12:15:57 UTC
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be stopped.
The *invasion".

It's not a coincidence that the shooter uses the same words he hears
coming from HIS president.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
NoBody
2018-10-31 11:13:17 UTC
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be stopped.
The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Ubiquitous
2018-10-31 11:58:14 UTC
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be stopped.
The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
--
Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
FPP
2018-10-31 12:05:58 UTC
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be stopped.
The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!

From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to shit
in a few weeks.

These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.

The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.

My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
Ubiquitous
2018-10-31 21:36:29 UTC
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be stopped.
The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever.
Congrats! Admitting you have a problem is half the battle!
Post by FPP
6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to shit
in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win.
Projection noted. Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
NoBody
2018-11-01 10:51:46 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be stopped.
The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to shit
in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Post by FPP
The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
Ubiquitous
2018-11-01 11:13:14 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to shit
in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
Post by FPP
The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
--
Kavanaugh is a gang rapist.
OK, not a gang rapist, but a serial rapist.
Not a serial rapist, but a rapist.
OK, not a rapist, but a blackout drunk.
Not a blackout drunk, but an alcoholic.
Not an alcoholic, but he drinks beer.
OK, he just threw ice at someone once in the 1980's.
FPP
2018-11-01 11:59:03 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to shit
in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
Post by FPP
The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
NoBody
2018-11-02 10:57:10 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to shit
in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
Post by FPP
The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
Ubiquitous
2018-11-02 15:31:06 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to shit
in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
Post by FPP
The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
--
Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
FPP
2018-11-03 00:23:26 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to shit
in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
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The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
The other half is figuring out which sockpuppet I'm talking to.
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to shit
in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
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The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
The other half is figuring out which sockpuppet I'm talking to.
Poor dumb FPP still doesn't realize how wrong he is. I laugh that he
unshakably believes this.
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to
shit in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
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The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
The other half is figuring out which sockpuppet I'm talking to.
Poor dumb FPP still doesn't realize how wrong he is. I laugh that he
unshakably believes this.
FPP has a bad habit of accusing others of what he practices, bless his heart.
--
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have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
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2018-11-05 05:23:08 UTC
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to
shit in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
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The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
The other half is figuring out which sockpuppet I'm talking to.
Poor dumb FPP still doesn't realize how wrong he is. I laugh that he
unshakably believes this.
FPP has a bad habit of accusing others of what he practices, bless his heart.
Sure. Whatever.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going to
happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount to
shit in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
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The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including sending
troops to save us from sick women, young children and shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
The other half is figuring out which sockpuppet I'm talking to.
Poor dumb FPP still doesn't realize how wrong he is. I laugh that he
unshakably believes this.
FPP has a bad habit of accusing others of what he practices, bless his heart.
Sure. Whatever.
Says the idiot FPP who *still* hasn't learned to read headers
correctly.
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going
to happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't
amount to shit in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
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The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including
sending troops to save us from sick women, young children and
shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
The other half is figuring out which sockpuppet I'm talking to.
Poor dumb FPP still doesn't realize how wrong he is. I laugh that he
unshakably believes this.
FPP has a bad habit of accusing others of what he practices, bless his heart.
Sure. Whatever.
Says the idiot FPP who *still* hasn't learned to read headers
correctly.
Be nice. FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
--
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have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going
to happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't
amount to shit in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
Post by FPP
The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including
sending troops to save us from sick women, young children and
shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
The other half is figuring out which sockpuppet I'm talking to.
Poor dumb FPP still doesn't realize how wrong he is. I laugh that he
unshakably believes this.
FPP has a bad habit of accusing others of what he practices, bless his heart.
Sure. Whatever.
Says the idiot FPP who *still* hasn't learned to read headers
correctly.
Be nice. FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
Sure. Whatever.
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20 for Obstruction, and 20 for Treason.
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of Life
Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has to be
stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries? It's an
invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going
to happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't
amount to shit in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country at
the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
Post by FPP
The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including
sending troops to save us from sick women, young children and
shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
The other half is figuring out which sockpuppet I'm talking to.
Poor dumb FPP still doesn't realize how wrong he is. I laugh that he
unshakably believes this.
FPP has a bad habit of accusing others of what he practices, bless his heart.
Sure. Whatever.
Says the idiot FPP who *still* hasn't learned to read headers
correctly.
Be nice. FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
Sure. Whatever.
Admitting you have a problem is half the battle.
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Over the weekend, the press began a narrative drumbeat suggesting
that President Trump was somehow responsible for the Tree of
Life Synagogue shooting in Pittsburgh on Saturday
Trump and the shooter agree... they think the "invasion" has
to be stopped. The *invasion".
What else would you call thousands of mostly healthy males charging
towards the border and refusing asylum in other countries?
It's an invasion you moron.
Well, there you go introducing facts to FPPsky's "debate" again.
Sure. Whatever. 6 days left... tick-tock, motherfuckers!
From an imaginary 10% middle class tax cut that's never going to
happen, to a repeal of birthright citizenship that's never going
to happen, to a caravan full of desperate people that won't amount
to shit in a few weeks.
These caravans come and go... and nobody ever called them an "invasion"
until they formed one right before the midterm election.
Have we ever had groups of up to 7000 marching towards this country
at the same time ever before?
Armed and carrying flags and refused Mexico's offers to help them?
Post by NoBody
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The cons will grasp at any straw in order to win. Including
sending troops to save us from sick women, young children and
shoe-less boys.
My, aren't you cons BRAVE?
Apparently we are more aware of the world than are you.
You can tell FPPsky has lost the debate when he uses strawmen.
Well, it's one of the ways...
Sure. What-ever.
This is FPP's new admission he's lost yet another argument.
FPP admitting he has a problem is half the battle.
The other half is figuring out which sockpuppet I'm talking to.
Poor dumb FPP still doesn't realize how wrong he is. I laugh that he
unshakably believes this.
FPP has a bad habit of accusing others of what he practices, bless his heart.
Sure. Whatever.
Congrats! Admitting your problem is half the battle!
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The liberal media in America -- CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR, New
York Times, most newspapers -- complain because President Donald
Trump often calls them "fake news" and "the enemy of the people."
They also charge that Trump's criticism fuels an uncivil atmosphere
that sparks violence, e.g., they are now blaming Trump's rhetoric
for the mail bomber and the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting.

But the liberal media do not view their own extremist, hyperbolic
"news reporting" and commentary as contributing to America's
political incivility, even though their diction is far more
militant, repulsive, and noxious than anything Trump has said about
the press.

https://www.mrctv.org/videos/media-trump

For instance, these liberal media prima donnas are comfortable in
describing the president of the United States as a sociopath, a
disturbed person, a traitor, white nationalist, white supremacist,
white bigot, racist, sinister, destructive virus, treasonous,
straight out of Munich 1928, Mussolini, Joseph Stalin, Nazi, evil,
mentally unfit, dictatorship, Hitler, unfit to be human, domestic
terrorist, psychologically troubled, hate monger, imperial wizard,
neo-Nazi, Axis Power, unfit, a national security threat, piece of
sh*t, killer, out of control, domestic terror group, a menace, nuts,
dictator, mentally unstable, Putin's c**k holster, madman, giant
a**hole, bigot-in-chief, and racist-in-residence.

Below are a few quotes by the liberal media, commentators, and
Hollywood figures about Trump, along with a few related quotes about
the Republican Party, which illustrate their contempt for the
commander in chief.

When Trump "goes out there and whips people up, it's like a
Mussolini rally. And yes, that's what I said." - MSNBC's Joe
Scarborough, 3/12/18 (Emphasis added.)

"[I]t's our responsibility to call out those times when
constitutional norms are being challenged, those times when the
President of the United States actually channels Joseph Stalin and
calls the media `the enemy of the people.'" - MSNBC's Joe
Scarborough, 3/8/18

"Donald Trump talks like a racist, thinks like a racist, makes
statements like a racist. Conjures emotions that give succor and
support to white supremacists and white nationalists.... He has
emboldened white supremacists to come forward." - NYT's Contributing
Editor Michael Eric Dyson, 7/5/2018

"Our President is a disturbed person, and he's behaving in ways that
are simply inexplicable.." -- NYT's Thomas Friedman, 2/21/18

"The world witnessed a betrayal the likes of which we've never seen.
America's President sided with its enemy today." -- CNN's Chris
Cuomo, 7/16/18

"[T]he spirit of what Trump did is clearly treasonous. It's a
betrayal of the United States. He threw our U.S. intelligence
services, flushed them away and it came off as being a puppet of
Putin.. [P]eople are going to say there's the taint of treason
around this White House." - CNN contributor Douglas Brinkley,
7/17/18

"Well if anybody is issuing demented words of violence and death, I
would say it's the President of the United States. I mean it's quite
a pass we've come to when the leadership of a country like Iran
seems more stable and rational than the President of the United
States." - CNN analyst Max Boot, 7/23/18

"We got a guy [Trump] who gets up every morning and excretes the
feces of his moral depravity into a nation he has turned into a
psychic commode. That's what he's done. And he's a bigot-in-chief
and a racist in residence.... Look at this mendacious, relentlessly
lying, bigoted, ill-informed person that we have." - NYT
Contributing Editor Michael Eric Dyson, 6/4/18

"I don't think he's [Trump] capable of the basic empathies that we
feel as human beings, and that's what a sociopath is." -- MSNBC's
Donny Deutsch, 3/12/18

"This is not the party of Lincoln, the party of Nixon, or even the
party of Reagan. This is the party of [Birth of a Nation film
director] DW Griffith, this is the party of the KKK, and the party
of Trump." - SiriusXM host Karen Hunter on MSNBC's Deadline, 2/26/18

"Article III in Section Three of the Constitution says this,
`treason against the United States shall consist only in levying war
against them or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and
comfort.' So, no president has ever been charged with treason.
Douglas, do you believe the President's actions fall anywhere within
that definition?" - CNN's Don Lemon, 7/17/18

"That is just the emboldening of white bigotry by a white
nationalist, white supremacist presidency, and his cronies . and all
the other white nationalists that he has empowered....The
emboldening of sort of your random white bigots and then the
loosening of the grips on white terrorism in this country has raised
the stakes for all of us." - MSNBC's Jason Johnson, 7/29/18

"`What does Putin have on Trump? Has Trump been compromised?' All of
those people, those experts, those reporters, they are looking at
the fact pattern and seeing something strange, even sinister." -
CNN's Brian Stelter, 7/22/18

"[I]t is astonishing how he [Trump] has become such an effective and
destructive virus created by Vladimir Putin." - Former Time Editor
Walter Isaacson, 7/23/18

"He's inciting, through mass rallies and constantly lying, fervor in
a political base. He scapegoats minority populations and affixes
blame to them for every problem the country faces. He alleges
conspiracies of nefarious forces.. [This] could be straight out of
Munich circa 1928." - MSNBC's Steve Schmidt, 6/26/18

"I'm gonna say one thing, `F- Trump!' It's no longer `Down With
Trump,' it's `F- Trump!'" - Robert DeNiro, 6/10/18

"We're not going to let these people go through life unscathed.
Sarah Huckabee has no right to live a life of no fuss, no muss,
after lying to the press - after inciting against the press. These
people should be made uncomfortable, and I think that's a life
sentence frankly." - The Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin, 7/1/18

Under Trump, "[c]hildren are being marched away to showers, just
like the Nazis said they were taking people to the showers, and then
they never came back." - MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, 6/15/18

Trump's detention centers at the border, "I call this a
concentration camp for kids because that's exactly what it's turning
out to [be]." - MSNBC analyst Michael Steele, 6/15/18

Trump "has very deliberately set up the press as the enemy of the
people.. You know, this is something that we first heard from Joseph
Stalin. This is very dangerous. It undercuts democracy." - NBC's
Andrea Mitchell, 7/30/18

Trump administration follows "the exact pattern that Hitler has - I
hate to say it - with the propaganda, even down to the Red Cross
went into Auschwitz. They cleaned it up for two days - it looked
fine - they went back - they said everything seems fine there.... To
quote that new book that just came out, he is evil. He is evil." -
MSNBC producer Michele Reiner, 6/24/18

Trump "is completely detached from reality. . [P]eople close to him
say is mentally unfit, that people close to him during the campaign
told me had early stages of dementia." - MSNBC's Joe Scarborough,
11/30/17

"Donald Trump is a racist. He isn't just a white supremacist - he's
a flat-out, full racist.." - Former NYT reporter David Cay Johnston,
9/16/17

"If you vote for Trump, then you, the voter, you, not Donald Trump,
are standing at the border like Nazis going `you here, you
here.'....It's a given, the evilness of Donald Trump." - MSNBC's
Donny Deutsch, 6/18/18

"This whole administration.... These guys are terrorists, right?...
[A] white nationalist government that will take children hostage to
get what they want." - MSNBC's Jason Johnson, 6/17/18

"This is the time for the Democratic base to roar up and say no more
of this crap! ... This is time for vengeance for what happened two
years ago." - MSNBC's Chris Matthews, 6/27/18

"He will be forever remembered as the president who traumatized
little children. That's his brand now. He's the president, who
purposefully traumatized babies and children and he traumatized them
for his political gain or to look like Kim Jong-un." -- MSNBC's
Mika Brzezinski, 6/18/18

Under Trump, "[w]e can imagine a future of jackboots crashing
through our doors at 2 a.m., trucks in the streets to take people to
the internment camps, bright lights and barking dogs - and worse." -
Former U.S. News & World Report's Roger Simon, 2/1/17

"Do citizens in dictatorships recognize what's happening right here
right now? Are they looking at the first two days of the Trump
administration and saying, `Oh, that's what my leader does?'" -
CNN's Brian Stelter, 1/22/17

"Is it time for newsrooms to think of new ways to convey Trump's
lack of credibility?....Because he says so many things that are
bogus....He tells us all these lies, he spreads all these
falsehoods." - CNN's Brian Stelter, 8/26/18

"Trump's attacks on the American press as `enemies of the American
people' are more treacherous than Richard Nixon's attacks on the
press.. There's a history of what `enemy of the people,' that phrase
means as used by dictators and authoritarians including Stalin
including Hitler." - CNN's Carl Bernstein, 2/19/17

Trump is "not only not fit to be president. In my book, his lack of
empathy, his lack of leadership, his lack of courage, he's unfit to
be human." - CNN commentator Ana Navarro, 8/14/17

"We haven't had a president this psychologically troubled in this
way since at least Richard Nixon." - former CBS anchor Dan Rather,
6/1/17

Trump is "the chief recruiter and Dear Leader of a gang of domestic
terrorists.... The president is the most powerful hate-monger in
America. He is the imperial wizard of the new white supremacy.. He
is our first neo-Nazi president." - The New Republic's Bob Moser,
8/14/17

Trump is "a sort of junior player in a block of authoritarian
countries.... He's part of the block that includes Vladimir Putin,
Duterte, he's you know, he's kind of part of kind of an Axis
Power.... He'd certainly like to" murder people without due process.
- NYT's Michelle Goldberg, 8/17/187

"We have a dangerous individual in the Oval Office who is a national
security threat, and he needs to be removed from office.... He's
unfit, and he needs to be removed." - MSNBC contributor Ron Reagan
Jr., 5/22/17

"He's unhinged, it's embarrassing.." - CNN's Don Lemon, 8/22/17

"This piece of s**t is not just an embarrassment to America and a
stain on the presidency. He's an embarrassment to humankind." -
CNN's Reza Aslan, 6/3/17

"We live in the age of the active shooter and the president is
goading them. He is inciting them.... The blood will be on his hands
the moment some whack-job thinks that he's carrying out the
instructions of a president and goes into a newsroom like the one
behind us or the one in my news organization or yours and murdered
people." - NYT's Bret Stephens, 8/6/18

"It's hard to fire your son-in-law ... but Mussolini had a great
solution to that. He had him executed. . So, if I were Jared
[Kushner], I'd be a little careful." - MSNBC's Chris Matthews,
1/20/17

"There are a variety of ways that Trump could kill us all." - MTV's
Jamil Smith

"The party of Lincoln has become the party of Charlottesville,
Arpaio, DACA repeal and the Muslim ban. Embodying the very worst
sentiments and driven by irrational anger, it deserves not defense
but extinction." - The Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin, 9/4/17

"People are saying we have to talk about his health now before it's
too late. Eugene Robinson saying: `How long are we going to pretend
that President Trump is fully rational? How long are we going to
ignore the signs he's dangerously out of control?' . That's the
question. I'm going to ask you, Jeff Greenfield. Is now the time?" -
CNN's Brian Stelter, 12/3/17

"How Murderer Charles Manson and Donald Trump Used Language to Gain
Followers" -- Newsweek headline, 11/20/17

"This is not a political party [Republicans] - this is a domestic
terror group." - Pollster Fernand Armandi on MSNBC, 11/26/17

"He needs to be taken out of office. He needs to be impeached. He is
a menace.. He is nuts and we're in the middle of it!" - ABC The
View's Joy Behar, 4/3/17

"These are the acts in my opinion, of a dictator. Dictators attack
the press routinely and we're seeing it in this country." - ABC The
View's Sunny Hostin, 8/1/18

"I am not surprised by this president sort of extolling the virtues
of a dictator .." - ABC The View's Sunny Hostin, 6/14/18

With Trump, "we lost respect, decency, civilized behavior,
integrity, class, accountability, responsibility. He's got none of
that. . Get him out of here, back the truck, throw him in the back
of the truck and take him away." - Actor Jeff Daniels on CBS Late
Show, 3/1/18

"Trump's entire appeal was racism.. Those rallies, you know, for
someone our age, what did they remind you of? George Wallace
rallies.... He allows them to express their bigotry and that's why
they're so ecstatic at those rallies." - Author Fran Lebowitz on
HBO's Real Time, 9/15/17

"I feel Hitler in these streets. A mustache traded for a toupee.
Nazis renamed as the cabinet." - Actress Ashley Judd, 1/21/17

"Yes, I have thought an awful lot about blowing up the White House."
- Madonna, 1/21/17

"Can we bring Trump here?... I think he needs help...When was the
last time an actor assassinated a president?" - Actor Johnny Depp,
6/22/17

"We don't want to use the word `mentally ill,' but he's mentally
unstable." - Director Rob Reiner, 3/5/17

"President Trump, "the only thing your mouth is good for is being
Vladimir Putin's c**k [bleep] holster." - CBS The Late Show's
Stephen Colbert, 5/1/17

"How is it we elected a predator-in-chief who was an open white
supremacist and bragged about grabbing women's genitals?...There's
no way that you can deny white supremacy now. . How are we going to
live with a planet that we've destroyed? What are we going to do as
we have this madman who is systematically destroying salmon and
destroying every aspect of our Earth that we live on?" - Playwright
Eve Ensler on PBS, 11/1/17

"It's a terrifying concept, on the brink of nuclear war with a
madman in charge." - Actress Rosie O'Donnell in W magazine, 10/24/17

"He's a Nazi. He wants no judicial process. He kidnapped children
and commits acts of violence for political gain and to support his
racist views. He admires violent dictators. Trump is a Nazi. The
debate is over. Soon we will have proof he is a Nazi supported by
the Russians." - Movie Director Judd Apatow, 6/25/18

"WE SHOULD RIP BARRON TRUMP FROM HIS MOTHER'S ARMS AND PUT HIM IN A
CAGE WITH PEDOPHILES AND SEE IF MOTHER WILL STAND UP AGAINST THE
GIANT ASSHOLE SHE IS MARRIED TO." - Actor Peter Fonda, 6/20/18

Trump is "a fascist, hate-filled, fear-mongering, demagogic, truth-
shattering, autocratic golf cheater...." -- Hollywood Producer Chuck
Lorre, 10/25/18

"How surprised should we be? This is at least the fourth mass
killing in America using an AR-15 since the Las Vegas massacre ....
At the center, an unapologetically incendiary President untrammeled
by traditional norms of civility." -- ABC This Week's George
Staphanopoulos, 10/28/18

"And I think what he [Trump] has done over the course of the last
few years is help foment this" violence. -- NYT's Maureen Dowd on
ABC This Week, 10/28/18

"The president is obviously a racist, he's obviously a demagogue. He
obviously condones anti-Semitism, stokes up nationalist hatred." --
MSNBC's John Heilemann, 10/29/18

"I can't even call him president, this demagogue, this nationalist."
-- MSNBC's Joe Scarborough, 10/29/18

(Note: The quotations above were originally collected and documented
by NewsBusters.org, a division of the Media Research Center, the
parent company of CNSNews.com.)
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The liberal media in America -- CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR, New
York Times, most newspapers -- complain because President Donald
Trump...
...is a lying sack of shit.
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2018-11-03 13:59:19 UTC
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The liberal media in America -- CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, NPR, New
York Times, most newspapers -- complain because President Donald
Trump...
...is a lying sack of shit.
Yes but what about Trump?
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CNN reporter Randi Kaye "randomly" interviewed a woman at an Obama
rally for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum on
Friday who indicated that the former president has influenced her to
vote for Gillum. The woman was Gillum's mother, Francis Gillum.

Kaye, who has promoted using drugs on CNN, asked Francis Gillum at the
Miami rally: "Will Barack Obama's presence in this race and here today
influence your vote?"

"Uh, I believe that it will," Francis Gillum responded, suggesting that
she had not made up her mind prior to Obama campaigning for her son.

"We picked her randomly out of the crowd, but at the end of our
interview when I finally asked her name it sounded strangely familiar,"
Kaye said.

"My name is Francis Gillum and as a matter of fact my son is running
for governor," Francis Gillum told Kaye.

The Gillum campaign claims that approximately 4,000 people attended the
rally.

WATCH:
https://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/1058838471815573504

Ryan Saavedra
CNN "randomly" interviews a woman at an Obama rally for
Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum
and asks her if Obama will influence her vote.

She responds: "Uh, I believe that it will."

Who is she? Francis Gillum, Andrew Gillum's mother.
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2018-11-04 07:43:44 UTC
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CNN reporter Randi Kaye "randomly" interviewed a woman at an Obama
rally for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum on
Friday who indicated that the former president has influenced her to
vote for Gillum. The woman was Gillum's mother, Francis Gillum.
Kaye, who has promoted using drugs on CNN, asked Francis Gillum at the
Miami rally: "Will Barack Obama's presence in this race and here today
influence your vote?"
"Uh, I believe that it will," Francis Gillum responded, suggesting that
she had not made up her mind prior to Obama campaigning for her son.
"We picked her randomly out of the crowd, but at the end of our
interview when I finally asked her name it sounded strangely familiar,"
Kaye said.
"My name is Francis Gillum and as a matter of fact my son is running
for governor," Francis Gillum told Kaye.
The Gillum campaign claims that approximately 4,000 people attended the
rally.
https://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/1058838471815573504
Ryan Saavedra
CNN "randomly" interviews a woman at an Obama rally for
Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum
and asks her if Obama will influence her vote.
She responds: "Uh, I believe that it will."
Who is she? Francis Gillum, Andrew Gillum's mother.
So, basically, they interviewed Gillum's mother.
And then, CNN and Gillum's mother BOTH told you she was the mother of
the candidate for governor.

And you find something *wrong* with this? What part? The part where
CNN tells you they're interviewing his mother - or - the part where
Gillum's mother tells you she's supports her son?

Fuck, is there anything in the whole world that doesn't make you clowns
wet your undies?
Doesn't seem like it...
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their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
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what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
Ubiquitous
2018-11-05 00:43:42 UTC
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CNN reporter Randi Kaye "randomly" interviewed a woman at an Obama
rally for Florida Democratic gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum on
Friday who indicated that the former president has influenced her to
vote for Gillum. The woman was Gillum's mother, Francis Gillum.
Kaye, who has promoted using drugs on CNN, asked Francis Gillum at the
Miami rally: "Will Barack Obama's presence in this race and here today
influence your vote?"
"Uh, I believe that it will," Francis Gillum responded, suggesting that
she had not made up her mind prior to Obama campaigning for her son.
"We picked her randomly out of the crowd, but at the end of our
interview when I finally asked her name it sounded strangely familiar,"
Kaye said.
"My name is Francis Gillum and as a matter of fact my son is running
for governor," Francis Gillum told Kaye.
The Gillum campaign claims that approximately 4,000 people attended the
rally.
https://twitter.com/twitter/statuses/1058838471815573504
Ryan Saavedra
CNN "randomly" interviews a woman at an Obama rally for
Florida Democratic gubernatorial nominee Andrew Gillum
and asks her if Obama will influence her vote.
She responds: "Uh, I believe that it will."
Who is she? Francis Gillum, Andrew Gillum's mother.
So, basically, they interviewed Gillum's mother.
And then, CNN and Gillum's mother BOTH told you she was the mother of
the candidate for governor.
And you find something *wrong* with this? What part? The part where
CNN tells you they're interviewing his mother - or - the part where
Gillum's mother tells you she's supports her son?
Well, there goes your reading comprehension problems whenever you've lost the
debate
again! How many times have you wet your panties, claiming that Trump plants
people in his
audience?

Strawman noted.
Post by FPP
Fuck, is there anything in the whole world that doesn't make you clowns
wet your undies?
Well, there you go accusing others of what you routinely practice again!

Projection noted.

Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
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Upset over President Trump firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions,
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow is organizing mass marches.

The protests are slated for today at 5 PM.

"It's happening," she wrote online. "This is a `break the glass in
case of emergency' plan to protect the Mueller investigation."

"We knew this would happen at some point," she added. "The day has
arrived."

Maddow posted the messages to her Twitter account, which has 9.54
million followers.

Tweet #1060307327155363840
The marches are being sponsored by Indivisible.org, a liberal activist
group made up of former congressional staffers.

The group is demanding Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker disclaim
any authority over the Robert Mueller's Russia probe:

Donald Trump has installed a crony to oversee the special
counsel's Trump-Russia investigation, crossing a red line
set to protect the investigation. By replacing Rod Rosenstein
with just-named Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker as
special counsel Robert Mueller's boss on the investigation,
Trump has undercut the independence of the investigation.
Whitaker has publicly outlined strategies to stifle the
investigation and cannot be allowed to remain in charge
of it. The Nobody Is Above the Law network demands that
Whitaker immediately commit not to assume supervision of
the investigation. Our hundreds of response events are
being launched to demonstrate the public demand for action
to correct this injustice.

Maddow's MSNBC colleague, Matt Miller, earlier Wednesday called for
"taking the streets" in response to Sessions' firing.

"This is a national emergency," Miller said during an appearance on
Deadline: White House. "I don't think you can overstate the gravity of
the situation. And it's incumbent upon everyone in public life to
respond to this like it's an emergency. This isn't like all of Trump's
other attempts to interfere with the investigation. He's reached over
and found the one person among dozens of political appointees at the
Justice Department who has a preordained hostility, publicly stated
hostility to the investigation. I think for people in Congress, they
need to step up and object to this. I think people - the broad public,
this is the time to maybe take to the streets and say this is not what
you expect out of the government."

Maddow shared a website where people can organize protests:

Tweet #1060318604690890752
Maddow also retweeted a Boing Boing posted marketing the protests:

Tweet #1060373209697185793
Maddow's activism comes as Fox News' Sean Hannity was recently
criticized for appearing at a Trump rally.
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2018-11-09 19:04:57 UTC
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Upset over President Trump firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, MSNBC's
Rachel Maddow is organizing mass marches.
The protests are slated for today at 5 PM.
"It's happening," she wrote online. "This is a `break the glass in case of
emergency' plan to protect the Mueller investigation."
After glass is broken in her face as she leads the march, she won't be
on-camera much afterwards...
Ubiquitous
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Upset over President Trump firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, MSNBC's
Rachel Maddow is organizing mass marches.
The protests are slated for today at 5 PM.
"It's happening," she wrote online. "This is a `break the glass in case
of emergency' plan to protect the Mueller investigation."
After glass is broken in her face as she leads the march, she won't be
on-camera much afterwards...
Hmm, "broken glass"... Kristallnacht?
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2018-11-10 00:28:52 UTC
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Post by Byker
Upset over President Trump firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, MSNBC's
Rachel Maddow is organizing mass marches.
The protests are slated for today at 5 PM.
"It's happening," she wrote online. "This is a `break the glass in case
of emergency' plan to protect the Mueller investigation."
After glass is broken in her face as she leads the march, she won't be
on-camera much afterwards...
Hmm, "broken glass"... Kristallnacht?
The same goes for Chris Hayes after he gets his face stomped...
FPP
2018-11-10 01:58:09 UTC
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Post by Byker
Upset over President Trump firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, MSNBC's
Rachel Maddow is organizing mass marches.
The protests are slated for today at 5 PM.
"It's happening," she wrote online. "This is a `break the glass in case
of emergency' plan to protect the Mueller investigation."
After glass is broken in her face as she leads the march, she won't be
on-camera much afterwards...
Hmm, "broken glass"... Kristallnacht?
Typical cons. All they can do is impotently call for violence.
Pretty limp response, Ubi.
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FPP
2018-11-10 01:57:14 UTC
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Upset over President Trump firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions,
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow is organizing mass marches.
The protests are slated for today at 5 PM.
"It's happening," she wrote online. "This is a `break the glass in
case of emergency' plan to protect the Mueller investigation."
"We knew this would happen at some point," she added. "The day has
arrived."
Maddow posted the messages to her Twitter account, which has 9.54
million followers.
Liar. Maddow isn't "organizing" anything. She's reporting.
I'm not surprised you don't know the difference.

After all... you think Fox is "news".
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2018-11-28 01:05:01 UTC
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For the past month, talking heads on CNN and MSNBC have repeated
numerous outright falsehoods about the Central American caravan:
namely, that it is comprised of "mostly women and children"; that
there is "no evidence" of criminals participating; and that none of
those marching north are "economic migrants." An MRC analysis of
cable news coverage also identified eight instances in which
panelists brazenly claimed that the existence of the caravan was
itself a conspiracy theory.

Below is a video documenting just some of the numerous narratives
about the caravan that cable pundits have been pushing:

https://www.mrctv.org/videos/cable-news-erects-wall-falsehoods-
around-caravan

For all their adamance, these cable news personalities have
repeatedly failed to acknowledge statements from Mexican officials
and DHS reports about the makeup of the Central American caravan:

Mexican Interior Minister Navarrete Prida in an October 30
interview on Radio Enfoque (Focus) 100.1 FM substantiated
DHS's assertion of gang members in the caravan: "I have
videos from Guatemala that show men dressed in identical
clothing, sporting the same haircuts, handing out money to
women to persuade them to move to the front of the caravan.
we have images showing many of them preparing Molotov
cocktails."

Mexican Ambassador to the U.S. Ger¢nimo Guti‚rrez recently
confirmed the presence of a criminal element in the caravan.
As of November 1, DHS had identified at least 270
individuals in the caravan with criminal backgrounds,
according to a press release from the department.

There have been reports of migrants committing crime against
fellow caravan members. As reported by numerous news outlets
- including the Washington Post - on October 29, a man in
the caravan attempted to abduct a child who was also making
the trip north. That same piece from the Post also describes
cocaine and marijuana being sold openly.

The ranks of those burying this information includes not just
frequent panelists, but CNN and MSNBC employees as well. CNN chief
political analyst Jeff Toobin on New Day November 3 complained of
President Trump: "He's got this fantasy of this caravan."

MSNBC's Joe Scarborough was a repeat-offender of the pernicious lie
that the caravan did not even exist, using the phrase "phony
caravan" multiple times in late October and insisting that the story
had been "cooked up" by Republicans and conservative media.

Meanwhile, during the October 23 episode of MTP Daily, Chuck Todd of
MSNBC insisted that there was "no evidence of any criminals in the
Central American caravan."

On November 1, CNN political commentator Symone Sanders shouted over
former McCain presidential campaign adviser Adolfo Franco when he
claimed (accurately) that the caravan was being supported by an NGO
called Pueblo Sin Fronteras: "This is - stop, stop, this a
conspiracy theory. This is a lie, Jake. This is a conspiracy
theory."

Liberal cable media are hellbent on maintaining as positive an image
of the caravan as possible, as demonstrated by their refusal to
acknowledge any evidence that might conflict with their sympathetic
reporting. At best, this narrative-weaving on CNN and MSNBC betrays
a reckless ignorance of the facts; at worst, it constitutes
deliberate mendacity.
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On Saturday, The Washington Post reprinted an AP story about Iran's
President Hassan Rouhani calling Israel a "cancerous tumor" that
Western countries had created as a proxy for their interests. In the
article, the author, Nasser Karimi, stated a flagrant lie in order
to portray the government of Iran, the world's largest state sponsor
of terrorism, as a peaceful entity while Israel was the saber-
rattling menace. Karimi wrote: "Iran has never threatened to attack
Israel, but has vowed to retaliate if it is attacked."

Read that again: "Iran has never threatened to attack Israel."

The utter ridiculousness of that claim was laid bare for all to see
by Omri Ceren, the national security advisor to Senator Ted Cruz
(R-TX), who quoted Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic in 2015 listing
no less than 14 times a member of Iran's government swore his fealty
to destroying the state of Israel, starting in 2000.

Here's the list from Goldberg:

Mohammad Khatami, the former president of Iran: "If we
abide by real legal laws, we should mobilize the whole
Islamic world for a sharp confrontation with the Zionist
regime . if we abide by the Koran, all of us should
mobilize to kill." (2000)

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei: "It is the mission of the Islamic
Republic of Iran to erase Israel from the map of the
region." (2001)

Hassan Nasrallah, a leader of Hezbollah: "If they [Jews]
all gather in Israel, it will save us the trouble of going
after them worldwide." (2002)

Nasrallah: "Israel is our enemy. This is an aggressive,
illegal, and illegitimate entity, which has no future in
our land. Its destiny is manifested in our motto: `Death
to Israel.'" (2005)

Yahya Rahim Safavi, the former commander of Iran's
Revolutionary Guard Corps: "With God's help the time has
come for the Zionist regime's death sentence." (2008)

Mohammad Hassan Rahimian, Khamenei's representative to the
Moustazafan Foundation: "We have manufactured missiles that
allow us, when necessary to replace [sic] Israel in its
entirety with a big holocaust." (2010)

Mohammad Reza Naqdi, the commander of the Basij paramilitary
force: "We recommend them [the Zionists] to pack their
furniture and return to their countries. And if they insist
on staying, they should know that a time while arrive
when they will not even have time to pack their suitcases."
(2011)

Khamenei: "The Zionist regime is a cancerous tumor and it
will be removed." (2012)

Ahmad Alamolhoda, a member of the Assembly of Experts: "The
destruction of Israel is the idea of the Islamic Revolution
in Iran and is one of the pillars of the Iranian Islamic
regime. We cannot claim that we have no intention of going
to war with Israel." (2013)

Nasrallah: "The elimination of Israel is not only a
Palestinian interest. It is the interest of the entire
Muslim world and the entire Arab world." (2013)

Hojateleslam Alireza Panahian, the advisor to Office of
the Supreme Leader in Universities: "The day will come
when the Islamic people in the region will destroy Israel
and save the world from this Zionist base." (2013)

Hojatoleslam Ali Shirazi, Khamenei's representative in the
Revolutionary Guard: "The Zionist regime will soon be
destroyed, and this generation will be witness to its
destruction." (2013)

Khamenei: "This barbaric, wolflike & infanticidal regime of
Israel which spares no crime has no cure but to be
annihilated." (2014)

Hossein Salami, the deputy head of the Revolutionary Guard:
"We will chase you [Israelis] house to house and will take
revenge for every drop of blood of our martyrs in Palestine,
and this is the beginning point of Islamic nations awakening
for your defeat." (2014)

Salami: "Today we are aware of how the Zionist regime is
slowly being erased from the world, and indeed, soon, there
will be no such thing as the Zionist regime on Planet
Earth." (2014)

The Post has already shown its true colors vis-…-vis Iran and
Israel; numerous times it has published pieces by authors bemoaning
President Trump's walking away from the disastrous Iran nuclear
deal, which posed an existential threat to Israel. Whether it was
faux-conservative Jennifer Rubin, Dennis Ross, or most notably,
Hasan Rouhani, the president of Iran, the Post has been desperate to
paint Iran as a partner for peace.

Thus for the Post to reprint the massive lie that Iran has never
threatened Israel is no surprise at all.
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In another example of why Americans increasingly distrust the
establishment media to present factually sound, unbiased news, NPR
published a report Friday claiming that Donald Trump Jr.'s testimony to
Congress conflicted with the current claims of Michael Cohen about the
"Moscow Trump Tower" deal discussions taking place in 2016.

After a number of reporters from various outlets called out NPR for
reporting what was a verifiably false claim, the network finally issued
a correction and deleted its original tweet - but not before the false
report had permeated social media and made its way to CNN.

Among the reporters who caught NPR peddling the falsehood were The
Washington Post's Phillip Bump and The Federalist's Sean Davis and
Mollie Hemingway, whose posts were highlighted by Twitchy, among
others.

"This NPR story appears to be wrong. It notes that Trump Jr. told a
Senate committee that a deal in Moscow died of 'deal fatigue' by 2014,"
Bump explained. "But that was a deal with the Agalarovs. He was also
asked if a deal was in the works in 2015/2016 and said yes."

"This entire story is a lie," wrote Davis. "Trump, Jr. was explicitly
asked whether the Trump Organization was pursuing a plan to develop a
Trump Tower in Moscow in 2016. His answer: 'Yes.' He even offered to
give the 2015 LOI signed by Trump to Judiciary investigators."

"This story is completely wrong, as shown in attached link using the
actual testimony," tweeted Hemingway. "Shocking that this was published
given its lack of truth. It needs to be retracted."

After the pushback reached critical mass, NPR finally issued the
following correction:

Updated at 4 p.m. ET

Editor's note: An earlier version of this report
mischaracterized an answer Donald Trump Jr. gave to Senate
investigators in 2017 about the prospective projects his
family was negotiating with people in Moscow.

The story reported that Trump Jr.'s response - that
negotiations on one project concluded by the end of 2014 -
contrasted with the version of events as laid out in the
guilty plea by Michael Cohen on Thursday. In fact, Trump Jr.
and investigators were alluding to a different set of
negotiations - not to a deal that Cohen was reportedly
pursuing. Trump Jr. did acknowledge in his testimony that
Cohen and another man were exploring a possible deal in
Moscow in 2015 or 2016.

Trump Jr. did not address what Cohen has now admitted - that
talks about such a deal continued at least into June 2016,
longer than previously known and well into the presidential
campaign.

NPR also deleted its original post and issued a new one:

NPR
(An earlier version of this story and an earlier tweet
mischaracterized an answer Donald Trump Jr. gave to Senate
investigators in 2017. The story has been updated, and the
tweet has been deleted.) pic.twitter.com/R0RGiXOD54

But since it took about five hours for NPR to make any changes, by that
time the story had already been promoted by several outlets, including
CNN, which invited on analyst Susan Hennessey to repeat NPR's false
claim:

https://twitter.com/seanmdav/status/1068568198252032000/photo/1

Trump Jr. has since responded to NPR's belated correction.

"I guess this is as close as I'll get to an apology where yet another
'bombshell' bites the dust," he tweeted in response to the retraction.
"Pro tip: don't just rush to publish anything thinking that it's the
got ya you so desperately want it to be. CNN has the market cornered on
that... let them own it."


He's also been calling out those on the Left who were eager to share
the false story and have failed to issue their own retractions, like
Democrat Sen. Patrick Leahy.

"You were saying senator???" he tweeted in response to Leahy sharing
NPR's false story. "Please correct this immediately so you aren't
misleading many people now that even NPR corrected their sloppy attempt
to smear me."

"Serious question for non-biased 'fact checkers' - What % of corrected
or withdrawn stories originally erred in Trump's favor?" he asked in
another tweet. "I honestly don't recall a single one. The media's
'Oops, honest mistake' defense breaks down when you consider this
point."


A few more examples of posts Trump Jr. has tweeted or retweeted over
the course of the day:

https://twitter.com/seanmdav/status/1068568198252032000/photo/1

https://twitter.com/pbump/status/1068547867990786048?ref_src=twsrc
%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm
%5E1068645859200561153&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dailywire.com%2Fnews
%2F38910%2Fdonald-trump-jr-responds-npr-finally-retracting-james-
barrett

https://twitter.com/pbump/status/1068547867990786048?ref_src=twsrc
%5Etfw%7Ctwcamp%5Etweetembed%7Ctwterm
%5E1068645859200561153&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.dailywire.com%2Fnews
%2F38910%2Fdonald-trump-jr-responds-npr-finally-retracting-james-
barrett
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2018-12-07 09:32:01 UTC
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Snopes, a left-leaning fact-checking website given preferential treatment
by Facebook and Google, botched its fact-check of a viral meme that was
mocked within political circles for spreading false information.

The meme showed a picture of President Donald Trump with Republican
lawmakers and members of his administration following the House’s vote to
repeal Obamacare in 2017. Thirty-three people in the photo Snopes used
had a red X over their face, though it cropped out a 34th person included
in others.

The caption accurately claimed the photo was taken at the White House
following the House’s Obamacare vote, then falsely claimed that “Everyone
with an X has since been voted out of Congress.”

https://cdn01.dailycaller.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/false-tweet-
e1544078898778.jpg

Political reporters mocked the meme’s inaccuracies after Nicholas
Kitchel, a former Hillary Clinton campaign staffer, shared it in a Nov.
17 tweet.

Lol at this dumb viral tweet full of inaccuracies. Aside
from the many other wrong ones, he has an ‘X’ over Seema
Verma’s face. She’s never even served in Congress ?????????
https://t.co/mPXIbI4rj1

— Joe Perticone (@JoePerticone) November 17, 2018




DeSantis ran for gov. Tom Price went into the Cabinet.
Steve Pearce didnt run for the House

This is quite literally insane fake news.

— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) November 18, 2018




Amazing. This photo illustration — posted by @nicholaskitchel —
is actually more incorrect than correct.

— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) November 18, 2018




Or to be clear, it’s just flat out inaccurate.
https://t.co/NH7xiCbbHq

— Seung Min Kim (@seungminkim) November 17, 2018

Politico reporter Jake Sherman observed that the meme “is actually more
incorrect than correct.”

A fact check by The Daily Caller News Foundation similarly found the meme
was wildly misleading.

Kitchel deleted his tweet and acknowledged that it was inaccurate after
being mocked online.

But Snopes fact-checker Bethania Palma, a former writer for liberal
website Raw Story, fact-checked the meme three weeks later and claimed it
was accurate.

Palma rated it “true” that “The Congressional seats of almost three dozen
Republicans who voted to repeal Obamacare were lost to Democrats in 2018”
— a different claim than what the picture alleged, much less its
“primary” claim.

“In the meme, red ‘X’ marks were drawn through the faces of 33 lawmakers
who purportedly were rejected by voters in the 6 November 2018 midterm
elections,” Palma wrote.

Both that claim and Palma’s summary of it were inaccurate.

Not everyone in the photo with an “X” over their face was a lawmaker — a
fact left out of Palma’s fact-check. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
Services Administrator Seema Verma, for example, had an “X” over her face
even though she’s not an elected official.

Moreover, many of the lawmakers who did have an “X” over their face won
re-election.

Errors in this goofball photo: Jodey Arrington, Ron Estes,
Liz Cheney, Michael Burgess, Patrick McHenry, Jason Smith,
Bradley Byrne, Markwayne Mullin, Paul Mitchell, Glenn Grothman,
Doug Lamborn, Tim Walberg all won reelection.
https://t.co/uTxVm0uG9b

— Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) November 18, 2018

“Although memes are frequently grossly inaccurate, this one got the
general idea correct,” Palma nevertheless wrote. “By our count, at least
34 Republican legislators who voted to repeal or partially repeal
Obamacare will not be returning to Congress when the new session begins
in January 2019.”

Despite Palma’s framing, the meme didn’t claim that 34 lawmakers who
voted for Obamacare weren’t returning to Congress in January — it falsely
claimed that “Everyone with an X has since been voted out of Congress.”

After TheDCNF reached out to Snopes for comment, the website edited its
article to claim “the persons actually pictured in the accompanying
photograph are difficult or impossible to identify.”

TheDCNF’s own fact check, however, successfully identified and reviewed
all 34 people.

Snopes, which has struggled with accuracy in the past, did not inform its
readers of the update.

Snopes co-founder David Mikkelson defended the inaccurate fact check in
an email to TheDCNF.

“The overall point offered by the meme in question is that some 33
Republican members of Congress who voted to repeal the ACA lost their
seats. And as our fact check documents, that point is correct,” Mikkelson
wrote.

“The meme isn’t really about the specific persons who appear in the
accompanying photograph, as they weren’t identified by name and are
largely unrecognizable to viewers as shown due to the small size of the
photograph and the fact that their heads are obscured with red X’s,”
Mikkelson insisted.

“Our audience is intelligent enough to understand the difference between
a literal representation and a symbolic one,” he added, denying that the
fact check was misleading.

Both Facebook and Google give Snopes preferential treatment as a trusted
fact-checker.

Google places Snopes’ fact-checks at the top of its search results, as it
does with a handful of other organizations including PolitiFact.
(RELATED: PolitiFact Botched This Fact-Check On Kyrsten Sinema’s Pink
Tutu)

Google News highlighted Snopes’ misleading fact-check on its home page on
Wednesday alongside other fact-check pieces.

https://cdn01.dailycaller.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/snopes-google-
news.jpg

Snopes is one of Facebook’s fact-checking partners, which means many of
the website’s fact-checks receive top placement in Facebook’s search
results, much like Google’s.

Users who enter “Obamacare” into Facebook’s search bar, for example, find
Snopes’s misleading fact-check at the top of the results.

A blue “Fact-Checker” badge appears alongside the post, lending
Facebook’s credibility to the inaccurate article.

https://cdn01.dailycaller.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/snopes-
facebook.jpg

A Facebook spokeswoman declined to comment on the record. Google did not
return a request for comment.
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2018-12-07 12:40:07 UTC
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A fact check by The Daily Caller News Foundation...
Are you deliberately trying to make us laugh?
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2018-12-07 12:48:02 UTC
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[...]
A fact check by The Daily Caller News Foundation...
[...]
Are you deliberately trying to make us laugh?
Well, there you go killing the messenger b/c you are unable to offer a rebuttal again!

Ad hominem noted. Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.

(Repeated in full below)
:Snopes, a left-leaning fact-checking website given preferential treatment
:by Facebook and Google, botched its fact-check of a viral meme that was
:mocked within political circles for spreading false information.
:
:The meme showed a picture of President Donald Trump with Republican
:lawmakers and members of his administration following the House's vote to
:repeal Obamacare in 2017. Thirty-three people in the photo Snopes used
:had a red X over their face, though it cropped out a 34th person included
:in others.
:
:The caption accurately claimed the photo was taken at the White House
:following the House's Obamacare vote, then falsely claimed that "Everyone
:with an X has since been voted out of Congress."
:
:Loading Image...
:
:Political reporters mocked the meme's inaccuracies after Nicholas
:Kitchel, a former Hillary Clinton campaign staffer, shared it in a Nov.
:17 tweet.
:
: Lol at this dumb viral tweet full of inaccuracies. Aside
: from the many other wrong ones, he has an `X' over Seema
: Verma's face. She's never even served in Congress ?????????
: https://t.co/mPXIbI4rj1
:
: - Joe Perticone (@JoePerticone) November 17, 2018
:
:
:
:
: DeSantis ran for gov. Tom Price went into the Cabinet.
: Steve Pearce didnt run for the House
:
: This is quite literally insane fake news.
:
: - Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) November 18, 2018
:
:
:
:
: Amazing. This photo illustration - posted by @nicholaskitchel -
: is actually more incorrect than correct.
:
: - Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) November 18, 2018
:
:
:
:
: Or to be clear, it's just flat out inaccurate.
: https://t.co/NH7xiCbbHq
:
: - Seung Min Kim (@seungminkim) November 17, 2018
:
:Politico reporter Jake Sherman observed that the meme "is actually more
:incorrect than correct."
:
:A fact check by The Daily Caller News Foundation similarly found the meme
:was wildly misleading.
:
:Kitchel deleted his tweet and acknowledged that it was inaccurate after
:being mocked online.
:
:But Snopes fact-checker Bethania Palma, a former writer for liberal
:website Raw Story, fact-checked the meme three weeks later and claimed it
:was accurate.
:
:Palma rated it "true" that "The Congressional seats of almost three dozen
:Republicans who voted to repeal Obamacare were lost to Democrats in 2018"
:- a different claim than what the picture alleged, much less its
:"primary" claim.
:
:"In the meme, red `X' marks were drawn through the faces of 33 lawmakers
:who purportedly were rejected by voters in the 6 November 2018 midterm
:elections," Palma wrote.
:
:Both that claim and Palma's summary of it were inaccurate.
:
:Not everyone in the photo with an "X" over their face was a lawmaker - a
:fact left out of Palma's fact-check. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid
:Services Administrator Seema Verma, for example, had an "X" over her face
:even though she's not an elected official.
:
:Moreover, many of the lawmakers who did have an "X" over their face won
:re-election.
:
: Errors in this goofball photo: Jodey Arrington, Ron Estes,
: Liz Cheney, Michael Burgess, Patrick McHenry, Jason Smith,
: Bradley Byrne, Markwayne Mullin, Paul Mitchell, Glenn Grothman,
: Doug Lamborn, Tim Walberg all won reelection.
: https://t.co/uTxVm0uG9b
:
: - Jake Sherman (@JakeSherman) November 18, 2018
:
:"Although memes are frequently grossly inaccurate, this one got the
:general idea correct," Palma nevertheless wrote. "By our count, at least
:34 Republican legislators who voted to repeal or partially repeal
:Obamacare will not be returning to Congress when the new session begins
:in January 2019."
:
:Despite Palma's framing, the meme didn't claim that 34 lawmakers who
:voted for Obamacare weren't returning to Congress in January - it falsely
:claimed that "Everyone with an X has since been voted out of Congress."
:
:After TheDCNF reached out to Snopes for comment, the website edited its
:article to claim "the persons actually pictured in the accompanying
:photograph are difficult or impossible to identify."
:
:TheDCNF's own fact check, however, successfully identified and reviewed
:all 34 people.
:
:Snopes, which has struggled with accuracy in the past, did not inform its
:readers of the update.
:
:Snopes co-founder David Mikkelson defended the inaccurate fact check in
:an email to TheDCNF.
:
:"The overall point offered by the meme in question is that some 33
:Republican members of Congress who voted to repeal the ACA lost their
:seats. And as our fact check documents, that point is correct," Mikkelson
:wrote.
:
:"The meme isn't really about the specific persons who appear in the
:accompanying photograph, as they weren't identified by name and are
:largely unrecognizable to viewers as shown due to the small size of the
:photograph and the fact that their heads are obscured with red X's,"
:Mikkelson insisted.
:
:"Our audience is intelligent enough to understand the difference between
:a literal representation and a symbolic one," he added, denying that the
:fact check was misleading.
:
:Both Facebook and Google give Snopes preferential treatment as a trusted
:fact-checker.
:
:Google places Snopes' fact-checks at the top of its search results, as it
:does with a handful of other organizations including PolitiFact.
:(RELATED: PolitiFact Botched This Fact-Check On Kyrsten Sinema's Pink
:Tutu)
:
:Google News highlighted Snopes' misleading fact-check on its home page on
:Wednesday alongside other fact-check pieces.
:
:Loading Image...
:
:Snopes is one of Facebook's fact-checking partners, which means many of
:the website's fact-checks receive top placement in Facebook's search
:results, much like Google's.
:
:Users who enter "Obamacare" into Facebook's search bar, for example, find
:Snopes's misleading fact-check at the top of the results.
:
:A blue "Fact-Checker" badge appears alongside the post, lending
:Facebook's credibility to the inaccurate article.
:
:Loading Image...
:
:A Facebook spokeswoman declined to comment on the record. Google did not
:return a request for comment.
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2018-12-07 13:19:13 UTC
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Post by FPP
[...]
A fact check by The Daily Caller News Foundation...
[...]
Are you deliberately trying to make us laugh?
Well, there you go killing the messenger b/c you are unable to offer a rebuttal again!
So you ARE deliberately trying to make us laugh!
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their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
FPP
2018-12-07 13:20:17 UTC
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Post by FPP
[...]
A fact check by The Daily Caller News Foundation...
[...]
Are you deliberately trying to make us laugh?
Well, there you go killing the messenger b/c you are unable to offer a rebuttal again!
Ad hominem noted. Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
(Repeated in full below)
:Snopes, a left-leaning fact-checking website...
#FekNooze
--
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their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949
"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
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2018-12-07 15:43:28 UTC
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Post by FPP
[...]
A fact check by The Daily Caller News Foundation...
[...]
Are you deliberately trying to make us laugh?
Well, there you go killing the messenger b/c you are unable to offer a rebuttal again!
Ad hominem noted. Get back to us when you have a real argument to make.
(Repeated in full below)
:Snopes, a left-leaning fact-checking website given preferential treatment
:by Facebook and Google, botched its fact-check of a viral meme that was
:mocked within political circles for spreading false information.
:The meme showed a picture of President Donald Trump with Republican
:lawmakers and members of his administration following the House's vote to
:repeal Obamacare in 2017. Thirty-three people in the photo Snopes used
:had a red X over their face, though it cropped out a 34th person included
:in others.
:The caption accurately claimed the photo was taken at the White House
:following the House's Obamacare vote, then falsely claimed that "Everyone
:with an X has since been voted out of Congress."
:https://cdn01.dailycaller.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/12/false-tweet-e1544078898778.jpg
...

Anyone who's interested should read Snopes's actual account:

https://www.snopes.com/fact-check/gop-obamacare-repeal-election/

Afaics, it's by an organization that cares about its credibility.
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2018-12-07 15:57:49 UTC
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A fact check by The Daily Caller News Foundation...
Are you deliberately trying to make us laugh?
Still obsessed with sucking Ubi's dick, loser?
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Vacation photos from Iceland:
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"Terry Austin: like the polio vaccine, only with more asshole."
-- David Bilek

"No, that's because you're a troll. I would show everybody how stupid
you are... but you won't be around long enough to justify the effort.

So I'll just KF you now."
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CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin claimed on Tuesday that any criticism of
the violent far-left group, Antifa, was based on President Donald
Trump's "appeal to racism."

The CNN segment was focused on discussing Trump's recent remarks to
a group of Christian leaders that if Republicans lose this November
there could be widespread violence.

"Let's be clear also about what's going on here, the theme here is
'I'm Donald Trump and I'll protect you from the scary black
people,'" Toobin claimed on CNN. "Antifa is widely perceived as an
African-American organization and this is just part of the same
story of LeBron James and Don Lemon and Maxine Waters and the NFL
players and the UCLA basketball players."

While many Antifa supporters dress in all black, known as "black
bloc," the group is not "widely perceived as an African-American
organization."

In fact, video from a CNN special report suggests that Antifa is
overwhelmingly comprised of young, white people.

Additional reports from CNN, The Washington Post, and USA Today make
no mention of Antifa being a black group at all.

WATCH:
https://youtu.be/rLbBbCgiJ9E

The video elicited an intense reaction from Twitter, where Toobin
was widely mocked and ridiculed for being a liar:

The wheels are coming off!
— Austen Fletcher (@fleccas) August 29, 2018

Lanny called in shortly after this clip and said he agreed.
He called back and said he didn't. @CNN has other sources
though so they still say Lanny agrees.
— Tyler Falwell (@Tfalwell) August 29, 2018

Proof that my old edition of Merriam Webster’s dictionary
is right. The only difference between “lawyer” and “liar”
is six pages.
— Benjamin Bell (@TattooQ) August 29, 2018

He lost me when he said antifa is mostly black
— Pokemon Yellow (@CodyKersey33) August 29, 2018

Funny, Every ANTIFA member I seen, has been a white person,
trying to disguise their identity
— Frederick Milford (@otherside321) August 29, 2018

What a joke. If anything, people associate Antifa with
privileged and naive white kids.
— NateyBakes (@NateyBakes) August 29, 2018

Does he assume being dressed in black makes you black?
— Jay K (@JayKlos) August 29, 2018
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2018-08-29 01:05:05 UTC
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CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin claimed on Tuesday that any criticism of
the violent far-left group, Antifa, was based on President Donald
Trump's "appeal to racism."

The CNN segment was focused on discussing Trump's recent remarks to
a group of Christian leaders that if Republicans lose this November
there could be widespread violence.

"Let's be clear also about what's going on here, the theme here is
'I'm Donald Trump and I'll protect you from the scary black
people,'" Toobin claimed on CNN. "Antifa is widely perceived as an
African-American organization and this is just part of the same
story of LeBron James and Don Lemon and Maxine Waters and the NFL
players and the UCLA basketball players."

While many Antifa supporters dress in all black, known as "black
bloc," the group is not "widely perceived as an African-American
organization."

In fact, video from a CNN special report suggests that Antifa is
overwhelmingly comprised of young, white people.

Additional reports from CNN, The Washington Post, and USA Today make
no mention of Antifa being a black group at all.

WATCH:
https://youtu.be/rLbBbCgiJ9E

The video elicited an intense reaction from Twitter, where Toobin
was widely mocked and ridiculed for being a liar:

The wheels are coming off!
— Austen Fletcher (@fleccas) August 29, 2018

Lanny called in shortly after this clip and said he agreed.
He called back and said he didn't. @CNN has other sources
though so they still say Lanny agrees.
— Tyler Falwell (@Tfalwell) August 29, 2018

Proof that my old edition of Merriam Webster’s dictionary
is right. The only difference between “lawyer” and “liar”
is six pages.
— Benjamin Bell (@TattooQ) August 29, 2018

He lost me when he said antifa is mostly black
— Pokemon Yellow (@CodyKersey33) August 29, 2018

Funny, Every ANTIFA member I seen, has been a white person,
trying to disguise their identity
— Frederick Milford (@otherside321) August 29, 2018

What a joke. If anything, people associate Antifa with
privileged and naive white kids.
— NateyBakes (@NateyBakes) August 29, 2018

Does he assume being dressed in black makes you black?
— Jay K (@JayKlos) August 29, 2018
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2018-08-30 00:02:44 UTC
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CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin claimed on Tuesday that any criticism of
the violent far-left group, Antifa, was based on President Donald
Trump's "appeal to racism."
The CNN segment was focused on discussing Trump's recent remarks to
a group of Christian leaders that if Republicans lose this November
there could be widespread violence.
"Let's be clear also about what's going on here, the theme here is
'I'm Donald Trump and I'll protect you from the scary black
people,'" Toobin claimed on CNN. "Antifa is widely perceived as an
African-American organization and this is just part of the same
story of LeBron James and Don Lemon and Maxine Waters and the NFL
players and the UCLA basketball players."
So where did Toobin say "that any criticism of the violent far-left
group, Antifa, was based on President Donald Trump's "appeal to racism."

"Any criticism"? You sure as shit haven't produced a quote from Toobin
where he said any such thing.

You lie with abandon.
--
"The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was
their final, most essential command." - George Orwell, 1949

"Just remember: what you’re seeing, and what you're reading is not
what’s happening." - Donald J. Trump, 2018
NoBody
2018-08-30 11:51:05 UTC
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CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin claimed on Tuesday that any criticism of
the violent far-left group, Antifa, was based on President Donald
Trump's "appeal to racism."
The CNN segment was focused on discussing Trump's recent remarks to
a group of Christian leaders that if Republicans lose this November
there could be widespread violence.
"Let's be clear also about what's going on here, the theme here is
'I'm Donald Trump and I'll protect you from the scary black
people,'" Toobin claimed on CNN. "Antifa is widely perceived as an
African-American organization and this is just part of the same
story of LeBron James and Don Lemon and Maxine Waters and the NFL
players and the UCLA basketball players."
While many Antifa supporters dress in all black, known as "black
bloc," the group is not "widely perceived as an African-American
organization."
In fact, video from a CNN special report suggests that Antifa is
overwhelmingly comprised of young, white people.
Additional reports from CNN, The Washington Post, and USA Today make
no mention of Antifa being a black group at all.
CNN has become an unfunny joke.
anim8rfsk
2018-08-30 12:36:10 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin claimed on Tuesday that any criticism of
the violent far-left group, Antifa, was based on President Donald
Trump's "appeal to racism."
The CNN segment was focused on discussing Trump's recent remarks to
a group of Christian leaders that if Republicans lose this November
there could be widespread violence.
"Let's be clear also about what's going on here, the theme here is
'I'm Donald Trump and I'll protect you from the scary black
people,'" Toobin claimed on CNN. "Antifa is widely perceived as an
African-American organization and this is just part of the same
story of LeBron James and Don Lemon and Maxine Waters and the NFL
players and the UCLA basketball players."
While many Antifa supporters dress in all black, known as "black
bloc," the group is not "widely perceived as an African-American
organization."
In fact, video from a CNN special report suggests that Antifa is
overwhelmingly comprised of young, white people.
Additional reports from CNN, The Washington Post, and USA Today make
no mention of Antifa being a black group at all.
CNN has become an unfunny joke.
Closing in on almost 20 years now.
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2018-08-30 19:05:37 UTC
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Post by Ubiquitous
CNN analyst Jeffrey Toobin claimed on Tuesday that any criticism of
the violent far-left group, Antifa, was based on President Donald
Trump's "appeal to racism."
The CNN segment was focused on discussing Trump's recent remarks to
a group of Christian leaders that if Republicans lose this November
there could be widespread violence.
"Let's be clear also about what's going on here, the theme here is
'I'm Donald Trump and I'll protect you from the scary black
people,'" Toobin claimed on CNN. "Antifa is widely perceived as an
African-American organization and this is just part of the same
story of LeBron James and Don Lemon and Maxine Waters and the NFL
players and the UCLA basketball players."
While many Antifa supporters dress in all black, known as "black
bloc," the group is not "widely perceived as an African-American
organization."
In fact, video from a CNN special report suggests that Antifa is
overwhelmingly comprised of young, white people.
Additional reports from CNN, The Washington Post, and USA Today make
no mention of Antifa being a black group at all.
CNN has become an unfunny joke.
Closing in on almost 20 years now.
More like 25 years.
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2018-08-21 08:32:53 UTC
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On Sunday, former mayor of New York City and President Trump’s attorney
Rudy Giuliani appeared on NBC’s "Meet the Press."

During an exchange about the Mueller investigation, Giuliani used the
phrase "truth isn’t truth." Now, if one simply reads the headlines,
tweets, and sometimes, even full stories from outlets like New York
Magazine, one could be forgiven for thinking this is an outrageous
statement.

Here’s the thing — context is crucial. Below is the full exchange
between Giuliani and host Chuck Todd:

TODD: You believe that this is on them, that you guys have
not delayed the interviewing, delayed the negotiations with Mr.
Mueller?

GIULIANI: Yes, yes, each time by three or four days so we
could write a letter in response. They have taken two to
three weeks to get back to us. What I have to tell you is,
look, I am not going to be rushed into having him testify so
that he gets trapped into perjury. And when you tell me that,
you know, he should testify because he’s going to tell the
truth and he shouldn’t worry, well that’s so silly because
it’s somebody’s version of the truth. Not the truth. He didn’t
have a conversation about –

TODD: Truth is truth. I don’t mean to go like –

GIULIANI: No, it isn’t truth. Truth isn’t truth. The President
of the United States says, "I didn’t" –

TODD: Truth isn’t truth? Mr. Mayor, do you realize, what, I, –

GIULIANI: No, no –

TODD: This is going to become a bad meme.

GIULIANI: Don't do this to me [imitates Todd's physical
behavior].

TODD: Don't do "truth isn't truth" to me.

GIULIANI: Donald Trump says, "I didn't talk about Flynn with
Comey." Comey says, "You did talk about it." So tell me what
the truth is if you're such a genius.

TODD: Don McGhan

GIULIANI: Don McGhan doesn't know. If that's the situation,
if two pieces of evidence – Trump says, "I didn't tell him,"
and the other guy says that he did say it, which is the truth?
Maybe you know because you're a genius.

TODD: Well, at that point, you're right. No, you're right. I
don't read minds on that front. Let me ask you this final
question.

GIULIANI: No, no, no, let me finish. We have a credibility
gap between the two of them. You gotta select one or the
other. Who do you think Mueller's gonna select? One of his
best friends, Comey, or the president, who he has been
carrying on a completely wild, crazy, unorthodox investigation
[on].

TODD: Is it possible he makes a conclusion based on who's
been more truthful over the years?

GIULIANI: It's possible that he'll make the conclusion on
which of the two statements is more logical; which of the two
statements has more common sense. Yeah, it's possible he can
do that.

https://youtu.be/CljsZ7lgbtw

Once given context, the meaning of Giuliani's "truth isn’t truth"
remark becomes clear. There are times during the course of an
investigation in which two conflicting statements may be given, and
investigators must decide who they believe.

Unsurprisingly, the headlines from mainstream media outlets don’t
reflect this:

• New York Magazine: Giuliani Goes Full Orwell: 'Truth Is Not Truth'

• Politico: Giuliani: 'Truth isn’t truth'

• The Guardian: 'Truth isn't truth': Giuliani trumps 'alternative
facts' with new Orwellian outburst

• Huffington Post: Rudy Giuliani Stuns NBC’s Chuck Todd: 'Truth Isn’t
Truth'

New York Magazine doesn’t even bother explaining the context of the
exchange in their story; Politico buries the revelation 333 words into
the piece; The Guardian, which also takes 333 words to get to the
context of the exchange also leaves out a crucial piece, that Todd
actually agreed with Giuliani on his point.

The NBC News PR Twitter account tweeted:

https://twitter.com/NBCNewsPR/status/1031177136441356289/photo/1

Politicians and pundits are attempting to get a punch in as well:

Ted Lieu
The statement by Rudy Giuliani that "truth isn't truth" is
another step towards authoritarianism. It also reminds us
of Nixon's defense that "when the president does it, that
means it is not illegal."

Does this make you angry? Scared? If so, vote this Nov & get
others to vote.


Adam Schiff
From Spicer & Conway’s alternative facts to Sanders’ daily
dissembling, we can now add Giuliani’s “truth isn’t truth” to
the hall of shame. Nothing is more corrosive to democracy than
the idea that there is no truth. And no one has told more
falsehoods than the President himself.

This situation is a microcosm of the way in which the mainstream press
covers anything related to Donald Trump, which is why supporters of the
president don’t trust them. The press has buried context in favor of a
sensational verbal faux pas. Perhaps worse, thousands of readers and
social media users who may not look beyond the headline or first
paragraph of a story will never know what really occurred.
--
Dems & the media want Trump to be more like Obama, but then he'd
have to audit liberals & wire tap reporters' phones.
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National Enquirer sent stories about Trump to his attorney Michael Cohen
before publication.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/national-enquirer-sent-stories-about-trump-to-his-attorney-michael-cohen-before-publication-people-familiar-with-the-practice-say/2018/06/21/3978aff4-57a4-11e8-858f-12becb4d6067_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.d63f53b1faca

During the presidential campaign, National Enquirer executives sent
digital copies of the tabloid’s articles and cover images related to
Donald Trump and his political opponents to Trump’s attorney Michael
Cohen in advance of publication, according to three people with
knowledge of the matter — an unusual practice that speaks to the close
relationship between Trump and David Pecker, chief executive of American
Media Inc., the Enquirer’s parent company.

Federal prosecutors subpoenaed American Media Inc. as part of their
investigation into Cohen, the Wall Street Journal reported earlier this
week. A Justice Department official said Pecker did not fall under the
regulation that governs when and how prosecutors can obtain records of
members of the news media.

Yeah, I know... #FakeNews. I've saved you the trouble.
--
Mike Godwin
"By all means, compare these shitheads to Nazis. Again and again. I'm
with you."
8:03 PM - Aug 13, 2017
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