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Is It Time For Trump To Crack Down On The Leftist MSM Lies? Enemies of The People Must Be Silenmced
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Joe Cooper
2017-02-20 14:59:29 UTC
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Criticizing the President is tantamount to Treason. Patriots
know that the solution to sedition is to round up the traitors
and eliminate disloyalty to the leader.



The sequel to that stupid mommy porn bondage movie is now in
theaters, giving naughty thrills to bored housewives whose
liberal husbands can’t cut it manwise, but the real festival of
S&M was in the White House as President Trump unleashed his
iron discipline on the media. Call it Fifty Shades of Orange.

It wasn’t a press conference – it was a kinky dungeon session
where masochistic journalists eagerly sought out the delicious
pain Master T was dealing. Hack after hack stepped up, tried to
play “gotcha.” and ended up whimpering in the fetal position.
The best part was CNN’s Jim Acosta, fresh from whining about
how conservative outlets now get to ask questions too,
basically handing Trump the cat-o-nine tails. Dude, next time
keep from talking yourself into more public humiliation by
biting down on the ball gag.

The media’s safe word is “Objectivity,” but none of them
uttered it.

The wonderful thing about Trump – and the thing that sets the
Fredocons and wusspublicans fussing – is that he gives exactly
zero damns about the media’s inflated and ridiculous
self-image. He doesn’t pay lip service to their lie that they
are anything but what Instapundit calls “Democratic Party
operatives with bylines.” Trump called them the “the enemy of
the American People,” to which normals responded with “Yeah,
sounds about right.”

Trump sees them as the enemy, which they are, and he calls them
what they are, just like he calls radical Islamic terrorists
“radical Islamic terrorists” instead of generic “extremists”
who shout “Allah Akbar!” as they commit acts of “workplace
violence” whose motives remain elusive and unknowable. It would
be ironic that the media hates it when a politician tells the
truth, except no one still believes the media is in the truth
business.

The press conference provided a great excuse for one of the
media’s periodic freakouts about pretend oppression. After all,
the best press is Threatened by Fascism Press, where the
pampered members of the Fourth Estate get to play the heroic
resistance to huge, shadowy forces intent on stilling their
voices and suppressing truth and justice. Except the media
might come off as a bit more sincere about freedom of speech if
it spared even a fraction of its ostentatious current concern
for itself for the conservatives being silenced and beaten at
Berkeley while the police stood back, under orders to let it
happen.

Oh, and it would be more convincing if the media did not
eagerly support overturning a Supreme Court ruling that said
that the government could not stop people from showing a movie
critical of Hillary Clinton. I’m not saying my novel People’s
Republic’s depiction of a lapdog press serving the liberal
fascist elite in post-secession blue America represents the
media’s desired end-state, but all the evidence supports that
the media’s desired end-state is totally to serve as the lapdog
of a liberal fascist elite in a post-secession blue America.

Only a fevered hive mind, poisoned by unearned self-regard and
a delusional sense of its own moral superiority, could
seriously equate a politician pointing out the obvious fact
that today’s reporters are mostly lying, incompetent jerks with
Hitlerian press censorship. Tell you what – I’ll believe you
when the National Guard shows up to shut down CNN by padlocking
the makeup room.

Except, according to the AP, the National Guard is busy
preparing to be unleashed upon the photogenic honor student
dreamers who the press tells us make up the undocumented friend
community – when they aren’t murdering us or voting, which our
ink-stained guardians assure us totally never ever happens, and
Trump lies, plus you’re a racist. Another day, another example
of Fake News. My favorite part of this particular press foot-
shoot was getting lectured on the intricacies of the Posse
Comitatus Act by 25-year old media savants whose military
experience consists of pestering their dorm mates about Call of
Duty’s cartoon guns being phallocentric and how the game is
insufficiently welcoming to the trans perspective.

In any case, the whole National Guard v. Aliens story was yet
another giant lie in that seemingly endless series of giant
lies we call “the News,” but don’t think it made the press go
into spasms of reflection or self-criticism. No, those
bloodhounds pivoted right back to the important stuff, like
sniffing out whether someone in the West Wing might have
uttered some vaguely complimentary words about Ivanka’s line of
shoes. In the meantime, this lie opened the floodgates and
released a horde of mouth-breathing liberals slandering our
National Guard warriors as Nazis on Twitter. Thanks, media –
nothing I love better than seeing my former troops’ reputations
made collateral damage of your quest to bring down a president
you resent because he was elected without your approval.

It’s all so pathetic, and the clichés are so hackneyed. As
always, there was the “Will You Denounce X?” Guy, rolling out
the usual demand that Trump “denounce” some misbehavior he has
nothing to do with in what everyone who isn’t an utter moron or
in Congress sees as a cheesy ploy to associate the innocent
respondent with said misbehavior. The day after Israel’s leader
rhapsodized about Trump’s friendship for the Jewish people,
Trump’s somehow obligated to concede the implicit charge that
he’s secretly ant-Semitic? It’s stupid, it’s a lie, and it’s
wonderful that Trump refused to play along with this tired,
hack tactic.

Then there’s the Russians/Flynn nonsense, a non-story that
America non- cares about. Oh, there’s a real story there, but
the press isn’t interested in that.

==> Here’s the real story – the intelligence community under
the Obama administration was obviously eavesdropping on Trump’s
campaign in violation of practically every law ever written.
Whether it was direct tapping of phones and emails, or
illegally accessing the communications swooped up by the NSA in
its nets, it’s clear that Obama’s people were spying on Obama’s
political opponents. The transcript excerpts of Flynn’s phone
call with the Russian diplomat leaked because it could be
played off as targeting the Russian, though this was still an
outrageous disclosure of American spying capabilities.

What these criminals can’t do is release the communications
between Americans that they possess because doing that confirms
what we all know – that Obama’s people spied on his political
opponents like his IRS persecuted them. The only question
really is what did Obama know, and when did he know it –
interestingly, on his way out the door, Obama made it easy to
hide the source of the leaks by opening up access to the
information across a bunch of agencies. There’s your story, a
scandal that makes Watergate seem microscopic, and the
mainstream media will not touch it because it would destroy the
media’s political allies.

But wait, what about Trump’s bathrobe? Better flood the zone,
stat!

Now, the media could try something new, like being objective
and covering issues people care about. It could stop making
every single question some sort of gotcha ploy designed to
generate a viral clip. Normals tire of these antics; they want
information that affects their lives. How about a question like
“Mr. President, the market is up 10 percent since the election.
Where do you expect it to go from here and why?” That’s not a
softball question just because it recognizes that Trump has a
success; it seeks information that every American with an IRA
or 401(k) wants to know. Sexy? No. Useful? Yes. Oh, and it also
totally undercut’s Trump’s ability to make the question about
the press – I actually wonder how he would respond to a
non-hostile, reasonable question because, outside of Katie
Pavlich, I‘ve never seen him asked one.

But the media won’t learn, which is why it needs to die and be
reborn as something that isn’t the hacky lackey of one of the
political parties. Until then, the mainstream media will just
keep on begging “Thank you Mr. President, may I have another?”
and Trump will happily keep on delivering.

Source: http://bit.ly/2kDYxmi
needtruth
2017-02-20 18:09:57 UTC
Permalink
Post by Joe Cooper
Criticizing the President is tantamount to Treason. Patriots
know that the solution to sedition is to round up the traitors
and eliminate disloyalty to the leader.
The sequel to that stupid mommy porn bondage movie is now in
theaters, giving naughty thrills to bored housewives whose
liberal husbands can’t cut it manwise, but the real festival of
S&M was in the White House as President Trump unleashed his
iron discipline on the media. Call it Fifty Shades of Orange.
It wasn’t a press conference – it was a kinky dungeon session
where masochistic journalists eagerly sought out the delicious
pain Master T was dealing. Hack after hack stepped up, tried to
play “gotcha.” and ended up whimpering in the fetal position.
The best part was CNN’s Jim Acosta, fresh from whining about
how conservative outlets now get to ask questions too,
basically handing Trump the cat-o-nine tails. Dude, next time
keep from talking yourself into more public humiliation by
biting down on the ball gag.
The media’s safe word is “Objectivity,” but none of them
uttered it.
The wonderful thing about Trump – and the thing that sets the
Fredocons and wusspublicans fussing – is that he gives exactly
zero damns about the media’s inflated and ridiculous
self-image. He doesn’t pay lip service to their lie that they
are anything but what Instapundit calls “Democratic Party
operatives with bylines.” Trump called them the “the enemy of
the American People,” to which normals responded with “Yeah,
sounds about right.”
Trump sees them as the enemy, which they are, and he calls them
what they are, just like he calls radical Islamic terrorists
“radical Islamic terrorists” instead of generic “extremists”
who shout “Allah Akbar!” as they commit acts of “workplace
violence” whose motives remain elusive and unknowable. It would
be ironic that the media hates it when a politician tells the
truth, except no one still believes the media is in the truth
business.
The press conference provided a great excuse for one of the
media’s periodic freakouts about pretend oppression. After all,
the best press is Threatened by Fascism Press, where the
pampered members of the Fourth Estate get to play the heroic
resistance to huge, shadowy forces intent on stilling their
voices and suppressing truth and justice. Except the media
might come off as a bit more sincere about freedom of speech if
it spared even a fraction of its ostentatious current concern
for itself for the conservatives being silenced and beaten at
Berkeley while the police stood back, under orders to let it
happen.
Oh, and it would be more convincing if the media did not
eagerly support overturning a Supreme Court ruling that said
that the government could not stop people from showing a movie
critical of Hillary Clinton. I’m not saying my novel People’s
Republic’s depiction of a lapdog press serving the liberal
fascist elite in post-secession blue America represents the
media’s desired end-state, but all the evidence supports that
the media’s desired end-state is totally to serve as the lapdog
of a liberal fascist elite in a post-secession blue America.
Only a fevered hive mind, poisoned by unearned self-regard and
a delusional sense of its own moral superiority, could
seriously equate a politician pointing out the obvious fact
that today’s reporters are mostly lying, incompetent jerks with
Hitlerian press censorship. Tell you what – I’ll believe you
when the National Guard shows up to shut down CNN by padlocking
the makeup room.
Except, according to the AP, the National Guard is busy
preparing to be unleashed upon the photogenic honor student
dreamers who the press tells us make up the undocumented friend
community – when they aren’t murdering us or voting, which our
ink-stained guardians assure us totally never ever happens, and
Trump lies, plus you’re a racist. Another day, another example
of Fake News. My favorite part of this particular press foot-
shoot was getting lectured on the intricacies of the Posse
Comitatus Act by 25-year old media savants whose military
experience consists of pestering their dorm mates about Call of
Duty’s cartoon guns being phallocentric and how the game is
insufficiently welcoming to the trans perspective.
In any case, the whole National Guard v. Aliens story was yet
another giant lie in that seemingly endless series of giant
lies we call “the News,” but don’t think it made the press go
into spasms of reflection or self-criticism. No, those
bloodhounds pivoted right back to the important stuff, like
sniffing out whether someone in the West Wing might have
uttered some vaguely complimentary words about Ivanka’s line of
shoes. In the meantime, this lie opened the floodgates and
released a horde of mouth-breathing liberals slandering our
National Guard warriors as Nazis on Twitter. Thanks, media –
nothing I love better than seeing my former troops’ reputations
made collateral damage of your quest to bring down a president
you resent because he was elected without your approval.
It’s all so pathetic, and the clichés are so hackneyed. As
always, there was the “Will You Denounce X?” Guy, rolling out
the usual demand that Trump “denounce” some misbehavior he has
nothing to do with in what everyone who isn’t an utter moron or
in Congress sees as a cheesy ploy to associate the innocent
respondent with said misbehavior. The day after Israel’s leader
rhapsodized about Trump’s friendship for the Jewish people,
Trump’s somehow obligated to concede the implicit charge that
he’s secretly ant-Semitic? It’s stupid, it’s a lie, and it’s
wonderful that Trump refused to play along with this tired,
hack tactic.
Then there’s the Russians/Flynn nonsense, a non-story that
America non- cares about. Oh, there’s a real story there, but
the press isn’t interested in that.
==> Here’s the real story – the intelligence community under
the Obama administration was obviously eavesdropping on Trump’s
campaign in violation of practically every law ever written.
Whether it was direct tapping of phones and emails, or
illegally accessing the communications swooped up by the NSA in
its nets, it’s clear that Obama’s people were spying on Obama’s
political opponents. The transcript excerpts of Flynn’s phone
call with the Russian diplomat leaked because it could be
played off as targeting the Russian, though this was still an
outrageous disclosure of American spying capabilities.
What these criminals can’t do is release the communications
between Americans that they possess because doing that confirms
what we all know – that Obama’s people spied on his political
opponents like his IRS persecuted them. The only question
really is what did Obama know, and when did he know it –
interestingly, on his way out the door, Obama made it easy to
hide the source of the leaks by opening up access to the
information across a bunch of agencies. There’s your story, a
scandal that makes Watergate seem microscopic, and the
mainstream media will not touch it because it would destroy the
media’s political allies.
But wait, what about Trump’s bathrobe? Better flood the zone,
stat!
Now, the media could try something new, like being objective
and covering issues people care about. It could stop making
every single question some sort of gotcha ploy designed to
generate a viral clip. Normals tire of these antics; they want
information that affects their lives. How about a question like
“Mr. President, the market is up 10 percent since the election.
Where do you expect it to go from here and why?” That’s not a
softball question just because it recognizes that Trump has a
success; it seeks information that every American with an IRA
or 401(k) wants to know. Sexy? No. Useful? Yes. Oh, and it also
totally undercut’s Trump’s ability to make the question about
the press – I actually wonder how he would respond to a
non-hostile, reasonable question because, outside of Katie
Pavlich, I‘ve never seen him asked one.
But the media won’t learn, which is why it needs to die and be
reborn as something that isn’t the hacky lackey of one of the
political parties. Until then, the mainstream media will just
keep on begging “Thank you Mr. President, may I have another?”
and Trump will happily keep on delivering.
Source: http://bit.ly/2kDYxmi
A funny thing happens when tyrants gain power. Before they have the
power they need support so any enemy of my enemy is my friend. But as
soon as the tyrant gets into power the first group(s) the tyrant usually
turns on is the enemy of my enemy because the groups that were his
friends back then start wanting a piece of the pie and a tyrant doesn't
want to give any part of the pie away. Cooper, I'll laugh my head off
when the strong arm squads sent by our real president, bannon, come and
haul your ass off because you are one of those enemy of my enemy types
who bannon is afraid will want a piece of the pie, no matter how small.
--
-- --- truthneeded
&
2017-02-20 18:19:40 UTC
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Post by needtruth
Criticizing the President is tantamount to Treason. Patriots know
that the solution to sedition is to round up the traitors and
eliminate disloyalty to the leader.
The sequel to that stupid mommy porn bondage movie is now in
theaters, giving naughty thrills to bored housewives whose liberal
husbands can’t cut it manwise, but the real festival of S&M was in
the White House as President Trump unleashed his iron discipline on
the media. Call it Fifty Shades of Orange.
It wasn’t a press conference – it was a kinky dungeon session where
masochistic journalists eagerly sought out the delicious pain
Master T was dealing. Hack after hack stepped up, tried to play
“gotcha.” and ended up whimpering in the fetal position. The best
part was CNN’s Jim Acosta, fresh from whining about how
conservative outlets now get to ask questions too, basically
handing Trump the cat-o-nine tails. Dude, next time keep from
talking yourself into more public humiliation by biting down on the
ball gag.
The media’s safe word is “Objectivity,” but none of them uttered
it.
The wonderful thing about Trump – and the thing that sets the
Fredocons and wusspublicans fussing – is that he gives exactly zero
damns about the media’s inflated and ridiculous self-image. He
doesn’t pay lip service to their lie that they are anything but
what Instapundit calls “Democratic Party operatives with bylines.”
Trump called them the “the enemy of the American People,” to which
normals responded with “Yeah, sounds about right.”
Trump sees them as the enemy, which they are, and he calls them
what they are, just like he calls radical Islamic terrorists
“radical Islamic terrorists” instead of generic “extremists” who
shout “Allah Akbar!” as they commit acts of “workplace violence”
whose motives remain elusive and unknowable. It would be ironic
that the media hates it when a politician tells the truth, except
no one still believes the media is in the truth business.
The press conference provided a great excuse for one of the media’s
periodic freakouts about pretend oppression. After all, the best
press is Threatened by Fascism Press, where the pampered members of
the Fourth Estate get to play the heroic resistance to huge,
shadowy forces intent on stilling their voices and suppressing
truth and justice. Except the media might come off as a bit more
sincere about freedom of speech if it spared even a fraction of its
ostentatious current concern for itself for the conservatives being
silenced and beaten at Berkeley while the police stood back, under
orders to let it happen.
Oh, and it would be more convincing if the media did not eagerly
support overturning a Supreme Court ruling that said that the
government could not stop people from showing a movie critical of
Hillary Clinton. I’m not saying my novel People’s Republic’s
depiction of a lapdog press serving the liberal fascist elite in
post-secession blue America represents the media’s desired
end-state, but all the evidence supports that the media’s desired
end-state is totally to serve as the lapdog of a liberal fascist
elite in a post-secession blue America.
Only a fevered hive mind, poisoned by unearned self-regard and a
delusional sense of its own moral superiority, could seriously
equate a politician pointing out the obvious fact that today’s
reporters are mostly lying, incompetent jerks with Hitlerian press
censorship. Tell you what – I’ll believe you when the National
Guard shows up to shut down CNN by padlocking the makeup room.
Except, according to the AP, the National Guard is busy preparing
to be unleashed upon the photogenic honor student dreamers who the
press tells us make up the undocumented friend community – when
they aren’t murdering us or voting, which our ink-stained guardians
assure us totally never ever happens, and Trump lies, plus you’re a
racist. Another day, another example of Fake News. My favorite part
of this particular press foot- shoot was getting lectured on the
intricacies of the Posse Comitatus Act by 25-year old media savants
whose military experience consists of pestering their dorm mates
about Call of Duty’s cartoon guns being phallocentric and how the
game is insufficiently welcoming to the trans perspective.
In any case, the whole National Guard v. Aliens story was yet
another giant lie in that seemingly endless series of giant lies we
call “the News,” but don’t think it made the press go into spasms
of reflection or self-criticism. No, those bloodhounds pivoted
right back to the important stuff, like sniffing out whether
someone in the West Wing might have uttered some vaguely
complimentary words about Ivanka’s line of shoes. In the meantime,
this lie opened the floodgates and released a horde of
mouth-breathing liberals slandering our National Guard warriors as
Nazis on Twitter. Thanks, media – nothing I love better than seeing
my former troops’ reputations made collateral damage of your quest
to bring down a president you resent because he was elected without
your approval.
It’s all so pathetic, and the clichés are so hackneyed. As always,
there was the “Will You Denounce X?” Guy, rolling out the usual
demand that Trump “denounce” some misbehavior he has nothing to do
with in what everyone who isn’t an utter moron or in Congress sees
as a cheesy ploy to associate the innocent respondent with said
misbehavior. The day after Israel’s leader rhapsodized about
Trump’s friendship for the Jewish people, Trump’s somehow obligated
to concede the implicit charge that he’s secretly ant-Semitic? It’s
stupid, it’s a lie, and it’s wonderful that Trump refused to play
along with this tired, hack tactic.
Then there’s the Russians/Flynn nonsense, a non-story that America
non- cares about. Oh, there’s a real story there, but the press
isn’t interested in that.
==> Here’s the real story – the intelligence community under the
Obama administration was obviously eavesdropping on Trump’s
campaign in violation of practically every law ever written.
Whether it was direct tapping of phones and emails, or illegally
accessing the communications swooped up by the NSA in its nets,
it’s clear that Obama’s people were spying on Obama’s political
opponents. The transcript excerpts of Flynn’s phone call with the
Russian diplomat leaked because it could be played off as targeting
the Russian, though this was still an outrageous disclosure of
American spying capabilities.
What these criminals can’t do is release the communications between
Americans that they possess because doing that confirms what we all
know – that Obama’s people spied on his political opponents like
his IRS persecuted them. The only question really is what did Obama
know, and when did he know it – interestingly, on his way out the
door, Obama made it easy to hide the source of the leaks by opening
up access to the information across a bunch of agencies. There’s
your story, a scandal that makes Watergate seem microscopic, and
the mainstream media will not touch it because it would destroy
the media’s political allies.
But wait, what about Trump’s bathrobe? Better flood the zone,
stat!
Now, the media could try something new, like being objective and
covering issues people care about. It could stop making every
single question some sort of gotcha ploy designed to generate a
viral clip. Normals tire of these antics; they want information
that affects their lives. How about a question like “Mr. President,
the market is up 10 percent since the election. Where do you expect
it to go from here and why?” That’s not a softball question just
because it recognizes that Trump has a success; it seeks
information that every American with an IRA or 401(k) wants to
know. Sexy? No. Useful? Yes. Oh, and it also totally undercut’s
Trump’s ability to make the question about the press – I actually
wonder how he would respond to a non-hostile, reasonable question
because, outside of Katie Pavlich, I‘ve never seen him asked one.
But the media won’t learn, which is why it needs to die and be
reborn as something that isn’t the hacky lackey of one of the
political parties. Until then, the mainstream media will just keep
on begging “Thank you Mr. President, may I have another?” and Trump
will happily keep on delivering.
Source: http://bit.ly/2kDYxmi
A funny thing happens when tyrants gain power. Before they have the
power they need support so any enemy of my enemy is my friend. But
as soon as the tyrant gets into power the first group(s) the tyrant
usually turns on is the enemy of my enemy because the groups that
were his friends back then start wanting a piece of the pie and a
tyrant doesn't want to give any part of the pie away. Cooper, I'll
laugh my head off when the strong arm squads sent by our real
president, bannon, come and haul your ass off because you are one of
those enemy of my enemy types who bannon is afraid will want a piece
of the pie, no matter how small.
did bannon win the popular vote
Paul Elam
2017-02-22 06:03:37 UTC
Permalink
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Post by needtruth
Criticizing the President is tantamount to Treason. Patriots know
that the solution to sedition is to round up the traitors and
eliminate disloyalty to the leader.
The sequel to that stupid mommy porn bondage movie is now in
theaters, giving naughty thrills to bored housewives whose liberal
husbands can’t cut it manwise, but the real festival of S&M was in
the White House as President Trump unleashed his iron discipline on
the media. Call it Fifty Shades of Orange.
It wasn’t a press conference – it was a kinky dungeon session where
masochistic journalists eagerly sought out the delicious pain
Master T was dealing. Hack after hack stepped up, tried to play
“gotcha.” and ended up whimpering in the fetal position. The best
part was CNN’s Jim Acosta, fresh from whining about how
conservative outlets now get to ask questions too, basically
handing Trump the cat-o-nine tails. Dude, next time keep from
talking yourself into more public humiliation by biting down on the
ball gag.
The media’s safe word is “Objectivity,” but none of them uttered
it.
The wonderful thing about Trump – and the thing that sets the
Fredocons and wusspublicans fussing – is that he gives exactly zero
damns about the media’s inflated and ridiculous self-image. He
doesn’t pay lip service to their lie that they are anything but
what Instapundit calls “Democratic Party operatives with bylines.”
Trump called them the “the enemy of the American People,” to which
normals responded with “Yeah, sounds about right.”
Trump sees them as the enemy, which they are, and he calls them
what they are, just like he calls radical Islamic terrorists
“radical Islamic terrorists” instead of generic “extremists” who
shout “Allah Akbar!” as they commit acts of “workplace violence”
whose motives remain elusive and unknowable. It would be ironic
that the media hates it when a politician tells the truth, except
no one still believes the media is in the truth business.
The press conference provided a great excuse for one of the media’s
periodic freakouts about pretend oppression. After all, the best
press is Threatened by Fascism Press, where the pampered members of
the Fourth Estate get to play the heroic resistance to huge,
shadowy forces intent on stilling their voices and suppressing
truth and justice. Except the media might come off as a bit more
sincere about freedom of speech if it spared even a fraction of its
ostentatious current concern for itself for the conservatives being
silenced and beaten at Berkeley while the police stood back, under
orders to let it happen.
Oh, and it would be more convincing if the media did not eagerly
support overturning a Supreme Court ruling that said that the
government could not stop people from showing a movie critical of
Hillary Clinton. I’m not saying my novel People’s Republic’s
depiction of a lapdog press serving the liberal fascist elite in
post-secession blue America represents the media’s desired
end-state, but all the evidence supports that the media’s desired
end-state is totally to serve as the lapdog of a liberal fascist
elite in a post-secession blue America.
Only a fevered hive mind, poisoned by unearned self-regard and a
delusional sense of its own moral superiority, could seriously
equate a politician pointing out the obvious fact that today’s
reporters are mostly lying, incompetent jerks with Hitlerian press
censorship. Tell you what – I’ll believe you when the National
Guard shows up to shut down CNN by padlocking the makeup room.
Except, according to the AP, the National Guard is busy preparing
to be unleashed upon the photogenic honor student dreamers who the
press tells us make up the undocumented friend community – when
they aren’t murdering us or voting, which our ink-stained guardians
assure us totally never ever happens, and Trump lies, plus you’re a
racist. Another day, another example of Fake News. My favorite part
of this particular press foot- shoot was getting lectured on the
intricacies of the Posse Comitatus Act by 25-year old media savants
whose military experience consists of pestering their dorm mates
about Call of Duty’s cartoon guns being phallocentric and how the
game is insufficiently welcoming to the trans perspective.
In any case, the whole National Guard v. Aliens story was yet
another giant lie in that seemingly endless series of giant lies we
call “the News,” but don’t think it made the press go into spasms
of reflection or self-criticism. No, those bloodhounds pivoted
right back to the important stuff, like sniffing out whether
someone in the West Wing might have uttered some vaguely
complimentary words about Ivanka’s line of shoes. In the meantime,
this lie opened the floodgates and released a horde of
mouth-breathing liberals slandering our National Guard warriors as
Nazis on Twitter. Thanks, media – nothing I love better than seeing
my former troops’ reputations made collateral damage of your quest
to bring down a president you resent because he was elected without
your approval.
It’s all so pathetic, and the clichés are so hackneyed. As always,
there was the “Will You Denounce X?” Guy, rolling out the usual
demand that Trump “denounce” some misbehavior he has nothing to do
with in what everyone who isn’t an utter moron or in Congress sees
as a cheesy ploy to associate the innocent respondent with said
misbehavior. The day after Israel’s leader rhapsodized about
Trump’s friendship for the Jewish people, Trump’s somehow obligated
to concede the implicit charge that he’s secretly ant-Semitic? It’s
stupid, it’s a lie, and it’s wonderful that Trump refused to play
along with this tired, hack tactic.
Then there’s the Russians/Flynn nonsense, a non-story that America
non- cares about. Oh, there’s a real story there, but the press
isn’t interested in that.
==> Here’s the real story – the intelligence community under the
Obama administration was obviously eavesdropping on Trump’s
campaign in violation of practically every law ever written.
Whether it was direct tapping of phones and emails, or illegally
accessing the communications swooped up by the NSA in its nets,
it’s clear that Obama’s people were spying on Obama’s political
opponents. The transcript excerpts of Flynn’s phone call with the
Russian diplomat leaked because it could be played off as targeting
the Russian, though this was still an outrageous disclosure of
American spying capabilities.
What these criminals can’t do is release the communications between
Americans that they possess because doing that confirms what we all
know – that Obama’s people spied on his political opponents like
his IRS persecuted them. The only question really is what did Obama
know, and when did he know it – interestingly, on his way out the
door, Obama made it easy to hide the source of the leaks by opening
up access to the information across a bunch of agencies. There’s
your story, a scandal that makes Watergate seem microscopic, and
the mainstream media will not touch it because it would destroy
the media’s political allies.
But wait, what about Trump’s bathrobe? Better flood the zone,
stat!
Now, the media could try something new, like being objective and
covering issues people care about. It could stop making every
single question some sort of gotcha ploy designed to generate a
viral clip. Normals tire of these antics; they want information
that affects their lives. How about a question like “Mr. President,
the market is up 10 percent since the election. Where do you expect
it to go from here and why?” That’s not a softball question just
because it recognizes that Trump has a success; it seeks
information that every American with an IRA or 401(k) wants to
know. Sexy? No. Useful? Yes. Oh, and it also totally undercut’s
Trump’s ability to make the question about the press – I actually
wonder how he would respond to a non-hostile, reasonable question
because, outside of Katie Pavlich, I‘ve never seen him asked one.
But the media won’t learn, which is why it needs to die and be
reborn as something that isn’t the hacky lackey of one of the
political parties. Until then, the mainstream media will just keep
on begging “Thank you Mr. President, may I have another?” and Trump
will happily keep on delivering.
Source: http://bit.ly/2kDYxmi
A funny thing happens when tyrants gain power. Before they have the
power they need support so any enemy of my enemy is my friend. But
as soon as the tyrant gets into power the first group(s) the tyrant
usually turns on is the enemy of my enemy because the groups that
were his friends back then start wanting a piece of the pie and a
tyrant doesn't want to give any part of the pie away. Cooper, I'll
laugh my head off when the strong arm squads sent by our real
president, bannon, come and haul your ass off because you are one of
those enemy of my enemy types who bannon is afraid will want a piece
of the pie, no matter how small.
did bannon win the popular vote
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s
rights movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting
of the leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights
organizations.

FOAD TURIN you moron
&
2017-02-22 16:37:32 UTC
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steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j ross greg hall and
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Post by Paul Elam
Post by &
Post by needtruth
Post by Joe Cooper
Criticizing the President is tantamount to Treason. Patriots
know that the solution to sedition is to round up the traitors
and eliminate disloyalty to the leader.
The sequel to that stupid mommy porn bondage movie is now in
theaters, giving naughty thrills to bored housewives whose
liberal husbands can’t cut it manwise, but the real festival of
S&M was in the White House as President Trump unleashed his
iron discipline on the media. Call it Fifty Shades of Orange.
It wasn’t a press conference – it was a kinky dungeon session
where masochistic journalists eagerly sought out the delicious
pain Master T was dealing. Hack after hack stepped up, tried to
play “gotcha.” and ended up whimpering in the fetal position.
The best part was CNN’s Jim Acosta, fresh from whining about
how conservative outlets now get to ask questions too,
basically handing Trump the cat-o-nine tails. Dude, next time
keep from talking yourself into more public humiliation by
biting down on the ball gag.
The media’s safe word is “Objectivity,” but none of them
uttered it.
The wonderful thing about Trump – and the thing that sets the
Fredocons and wusspublicans fussing – is that he gives exactly
zero damns about the media’s inflated and ridiculous
self-image. He doesn’t pay lip service to their lie that they
are anything but what Instapundit calls “Democratic Party
operatives with bylines.” Trump called them the “the enemy of
the American People,” to which normals responded with “Yeah,
sounds about right.”
Trump sees them as the enemy, which they are, and he calls
them what they are, just like he calls radical Islamic
terrorists “radical Islamic terrorists” instead of generic
“extremists” who shout “Allah Akbar!” as they commit acts of
“workplace violence” whose motives remain elusive and
unknowable. It would be ironic that the media hates it when a
politician tells the truth, except no one still believes the
media is in the truth business.
The press conference provided a great excuse for one of the
media’s periodic freakouts about pretend oppression. After all,
the best press is Threatened by Fascism Press, where the
pampered members of the Fourth Estate get to play the heroic
resistance to huge, shadowy forces intent on stilling their
voices and suppressing truth and justice. Except the media
might come off as a bit more sincere about freedom of speech if
it spared even a fraction of its ostentatious current concern
for itself for the conservatives being silenced and beaten at
Berkeley while the police stood back, under orders to let it
happen.
Oh, and it would be more convincing if the media did not
eagerly support overturning a Supreme Court ruling that said
that the government could not stop people from showing a movie
critical of Hillary Clinton. I’m not saying my novel People’s
Republic’s depiction of a lapdog press serving the liberal
fascist elite in post-secession blue America represents the
media’s desired end-state, but all the evidence supports that
the media’s desired end-state is totally to serve as the lapdog
of a liberal fascist elite in a post-secession blue America.
Only a fevered hive mind, poisoned by unearned self-regard and
a delusional sense of its own moral superiority, could
seriously equate a politician pointing out the obvious fact
that today’s reporters are mostly lying, incompetent jerks with
Hitlerian press censorship. Tell you what – I’ll believe you
when the National Guard shows up to shut down CNN by padlocking
the makeup room.
Except, according to the AP, the National Guard is busy
preparing to be unleashed upon the photogenic honor student
dreamers who the press tells us make up the undocumented friend
community – when they aren’t murdering us or voting, which our
ink-stained guardians assure us totally never ever happens, and
Trump lies, plus you’re a racist. Another day, another example
of Fake News. My favorite part of this particular press foot-
shoot was getting lectured on the intricacies of the Posse
Comitatus Act by 25-year old media savants whose military
experience consists of pestering their dorm mates about Call of
Duty’s cartoon guns being phallocentric and how the game is
insufficiently welcoming to the trans perspective.
In any case, the whole National Guard v. Aliens story was yet
another giant lie in that seemingly endless series of giant
lies we call “the News,” but don’t think it made the press go
into spasms of reflection or self-criticism. No, those
bloodhounds pivoted right back to the important stuff, like
sniffing out whether someone in the West Wing might have
uttered some vaguely complimentary words about Ivanka’s line of
shoes. In the meantime, this lie opened the floodgates and
released a horde of mouth-breathing liberals slandering our
National Guard warriors as Nazis on Twitter. Thanks, media –
nothing I love better than seeing my former troops’ reputations
made collateral damage of your quest to bring down a president
you resent because he was elected without your approval.
It’s all so pathetic, and the clichés are so hackneyed. As
always, there was the “Will You Denounce X?” Guy, rolling out
the usual demand that Trump “denounce” some misbehavior he has
nothing to do with in what everyone who isn’t an utter moron or
in Congress sees as a cheesy ploy to associate the innocent
respondent with said misbehavior. The day after Israel’s leader
rhapsodized about Trump’s friendship for the Jewish people,
Trump’s somehow obligated to concede the implicit charge that
he’s secretly ant-Semitic? It’s stupid, it’s a lie, and it’s
wonderful that Trump refused to play along with this tired,
hack tactic.
Then there’s the Russians/Flynn nonsense, a non-story that
America non- cares about. Oh, there’s a real story there, but
the press isn’t interested in that.
==> Here’s the real story – the intelligence community under
the Obama administration was obviously eavesdropping on
Trump’s campaign in violation of practically every law ever
written. Whether it was direct tapping of phones and emails, or
illegally accessing the communications swooped up by the NSA in
its nets, it’s clear that Obama’s people were spying on Obama’s
political opponents. The transcript excerpts of Flynn’s phone
call with the Russian diplomat leaked because it could be
played off as targeting the Russian, though this was still an
outrageous disclosure of American spying capabilities.
What these criminals can’t do is release the communications
between Americans that they possess because doing that confirms
what we all know – that Obama’s people spied on his political
opponents like his IRS persecuted them. The only question
really is what did Obama know, and when did he know it –
interestingly, on his way out the door, Obama made it easy to
hide the source of the leaks by opening up access to the
information across a bunch of agencies. There’s your story, a
scandal that makes Watergate seem microscopic, and the
mainstream media will not touch it because it would destroy the
media’s political allies.
But wait, what about Trump’s bathrobe? Better flood the zone,
stat!
Now, the media could try something new, like being objective
and covering issues people care about. It could stop making
every single question some sort of gotcha ploy designed to
generate a viral clip. Normals tire of these antics; they want
information that affects their lives. How about a question like
“Mr. President, the market is up 10 percent since the election.
Where do you expect it to go from here and why?” That’s not a
softball question just because it recognizes that Trump has a
success; it seeks information that every American with an IRA
or 401(k) wants to know. Sexy? No. Useful? Yes. Oh, and it also
totally undercut’s Trump’s ability to make the question about
the press – I actually wonder how he would respond to a
non-hostile, reasonable question because, outside of Katie
Pavlich, I‘ve never seen him asked one.
But the media won’t learn, which is why it needs to die and be
reborn as something that isn’t the hacky lackey of one of the
political parties. Until then, the mainstream media will just
keep on begging “Thank you Mr. President, may I have another?”
and Trump will happily keep on delivering.
Source: http://bit.ly/2kDYxmi
A funny thing happens when tyrants gain power. Before they have
the power they need support so any enemy of my enemy is my
friend. But as soon as the tyrant gets into power the first
group(s) the tyrant usually turns on is the enemy of my enemy
because the groups that were his friends back then start wanting
a piece of the pie and a tyrant doesn't want to give any part of
the pie away. Cooper, I'll laugh my head off when the strong arm
squads sent by our real president, bannon, come and haul your ass
off because you are one of those enemy of my enemy types who
bannon is afraid will want a piece of the pie, no matter how
small.
did bannon win the popular vote
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s rights
movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting of the
leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights organizations.
FOAD TURIN you moron
--
i am & the great . i win
&
2017-02-20 15:17:26 UTC
Permalink
fake flooding from drug dealer scum its to hide behind traffic they
steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j ross greg hall and
alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates to fbi . i win
Criticizing the President is tantamount to Treason. Patriots know
that the solution to sedition is to round up the traitors and
eliminate disloyalty to the leader.
The sequel to that stupid mommy porn bondage movie is now in
theaters, giving naughty thrills to bored housewives whose liberal
husbands can’t cut it manwise, but the real festival of S&M was in
the White House as President Trump unleashed his iron discipline on
the media. Call it Fifty Shades of Orange.
It wasn’t a press conference – it was a kinky dungeon session where
masochistic journalists eagerly sought out the delicious pain Master
T was dealing. Hack after hack stepped up, tried to play “gotcha.”
and ended up whimpering in the fetal position. The best part was
CNN’s Jim Acosta, fresh from whining about how conservative outlets
now get to ask questions too, basically handing Trump the cat-o-nine
tails. Dude, next time keep from talking yourself into more public
humiliation by biting down on the ball gag.
The media’s safe word is “Objectivity,” but none of them uttered it.
The wonderful thing about Trump – and the thing that sets the
Fredocons and wusspublicans fussing – is that he gives exactly zero
damns about the media’s inflated and ridiculous self-image. He
doesn’t pay lip service to their lie that they are anything but what
Instapundit calls “Democratic Party operatives with bylines.” Trump
called them the “the enemy of the American People,” to which normals
responded with “Yeah, sounds about right.”
Trump sees them as the enemy, which they are, and he calls them what
they are, just like he calls radical Islamic terrorists “radical
Islamic terrorists” instead of generic “extremists” who shout “Allah
Akbar!” as they commit acts of “workplace violence” whose motives
remain elusive and unknowable. It would be ironic that the media
hates it when a politician tells the truth, except no one still
believes the media is in the truth business.
The press conference provided a great excuse for one of the media’s
periodic freakouts about pretend oppression. After all, the best
press is Threatened by Fascism Press, where the pampered members of
the Fourth Estate get to play the heroic resistance to huge, shadowy
forces intent on stilling their voices and suppressing truth and
justice. Except the media might come off as a bit more sincere about
freedom of speech if it spared even a fraction of its ostentatious
current concern for itself for the conservatives being silenced and
beaten at Berkeley while the police stood back, under orders to let
it happen.
Oh, and it would be more convincing if the media did not eagerly
support overturning a Supreme Court ruling that said that the
government could not stop people from showing a movie critical of
Hillary Clinton. I’m not saying my novel People’s Republic’s
depiction of a lapdog press serving the liberal fascist elite in
post-secession blue America represents the media’s desired end-state,
but all the evidence supports that the media’s desired end-state is
totally to serve as the lapdog of a liberal fascist elite in a
post-secession blue America.
Only a fevered hive mind, poisoned by unearned self-regard and a
delusional sense of its own moral superiority, could seriously equate
a politician pointing out the obvious fact that today’s reporters are
mostly lying, incompetent jerks with Hitlerian press censorship. Tell
you what – I’ll believe you when the National Guard shows up to shut
down CNN by padlocking the makeup room.
Except, according to the AP, the National Guard is busy preparing to
be unleashed upon the photogenic honor student dreamers who the press
tells us make up the undocumented friend community – when they aren’t
murdering us or voting, which our ink-stained guardians assure us
totally never ever happens, and Trump lies, plus you’re a racist.
Another day, another example of Fake News. My favorite part of this
particular press foot- shoot was getting lectured on the intricacies
of the Posse Comitatus Act by 25-year old media savants whose
military experience consists of pestering their dorm mates about Call
of Duty’s cartoon guns being phallocentric and how the game is
insufficiently welcoming to the trans perspective.
In any case, the whole National Guard v. Aliens story was yet another
giant lie in that seemingly endless series of giant lies we call “the
News,” but don’t think it made the press go into spasms of reflection
or self-criticism. No, those bloodhounds pivoted right back to the
important stuff, like sniffing out whether someone in the West Wing
might have uttered some vaguely complimentary words about Ivanka’s
line of shoes. In the meantime, this lie opened the floodgates and
released a horde of mouth-breathing liberals slandering our National
Guard warriors as Nazis on Twitter. Thanks, media – nothing I love
better than seeing my former troops’ reputations made collateral
damage of your quest to bring down a president you resent because he
was elected without your approval.
It’s all so pathetic, and the clichés are so hackneyed. As always,
there was the “Will You Denounce X?” Guy, rolling out the usual
demand that Trump “denounce” some misbehavior he has nothing to do
with in what everyone who isn’t an utter moron or in Congress sees as
a cheesy ploy to associate the innocent respondent with said
misbehavior. The day after Israel’s leader rhapsodized about Trump’s
friendship for the Jewish people, Trump’s somehow obligated to
concede the implicit charge that he’s secretly ant-Semitic? It’s
stupid, it’s a lie, and it’s wonderful that Trump refused to play
along with this tired, hack tactic.
Then there’s the Russians/Flynn nonsense, a non-story that America
non- cares about. Oh, there’s a real story there, but the press isn’t
interested in that.
==> Here’s the real story – the intelligence community under the
Obama administration was obviously eavesdropping on Trump’s campaign
in violation of practically every law ever written. Whether it was
direct tapping of phones and emails, or illegally accessing the
communications swooped up by the NSA in its nets, it’s clear that
Obama’s people were spying on Obama’s political opponents. The
transcript excerpts of Flynn’s phone call with the Russian diplomat
leaked because it could be played off as targeting the Russian,
though this was still an outrageous disclosure of American spying
capabilities.
What these criminals can’t do is release the communications between
Americans that they possess because doing that confirms what we all
know – that Obama’s people spied on his political opponents like his
IRS persecuted them. The only question really is what did Obama know,
and when did he know it – interestingly, on his way out the door,
Obama made it easy to hide the source of the leaks by opening up
access to the information across a bunch of agencies. There’s your
story, a scandal that makes Watergate seem microscopic, and the
mainstream media will not touch it because it would destroy the
media’s political allies.
But wait, what about Trump’s bathrobe? Better flood the zone, stat!
Now, the media could try something new, like being objective and
covering issues people care about. It could stop making every single
question some sort of gotcha ploy designed to generate a viral clip.
Normals tire of these antics; they want information that affects
their lives. How about a question like “Mr. President, the market is
up 10 percent since the election. Where do you expect it to go from
here and why?” That’s not a softball question just because it
recognizes that Trump has a success; it seeks information that every
American with an IRA or 401(k) wants to know. Sexy? No. Useful? Yes.
Oh, and it also totally undercut’s Trump’s ability to make the
question about the press – I actually wonder how he would respond to
a non-hostile, reasonable question because, outside of Katie Pavlich,
I‘ve never seen him asked one.
But the media won’t learn, which is why it needs to die and be reborn
as something that isn’t the hacky lackey of one of the political
parties. Until then, the mainstream media will just keep on begging
“Thank you Mr. President, may I have another?” and Trump will happily
keep on delivering.
Source: http://bit.ly/2kDYxmi
--
i am & the great . i win
Paul Elam
2017-02-22 06:03:50 UTC
Permalink
Post by &
fake flooding from drug dealer scum its to hide behind traffic they
steal your credit card numbers too its from peter j ross greg hall and
alt usenet kooks report identity thieves and pirates to fbi . i win
Criticizing the President is tantamount to Treason. Patriots know
that the solution to sedition is to round up the traitors and
eliminate disloyalty to the leader.
The sequel to that stupid mommy porn bondage movie is now in
theaters, giving naughty thrills to bored housewives whose liberal
husbands can’t cut it manwise, but the real festival of S&M was in
the White House as President Trump unleashed his iron discipline on
the media. Call it Fifty Shades of Orange.
It wasn’t a press conference – it was a kinky dungeon session where
masochistic journalists eagerly sought out the delicious pain Master
T was dealing. Hack after hack stepped up, tried to play “gotcha.”
and ended up whimpering in the fetal position. The best part was
CNN’s Jim Acosta, fresh from whining about how conservative outlets
now get to ask questions too, basically handing Trump the cat-o-nine
tails. Dude, next time keep from talking yourself into more public
humiliation by biting down on the ball gag.
The media’s safe word is “Objectivity,” but none of them uttered it.
The wonderful thing about Trump – and the thing that sets the
Fredocons and wusspublicans fussing – is that he gives exactly zero
damns about the media’s inflated and ridiculous self-image. He
doesn’t pay lip service to their lie that they are anything but what
Instapundit calls “Democratic Party operatives with bylines.” Trump
called them the “the enemy of the American People,” to which normals
responded with “Yeah, sounds about right.”
Trump sees them as the enemy, which they are, and he calls them what
they are, just like he calls radical Islamic terrorists “radical
Islamic terrorists” instead of generic “extremists” who shout “Allah
Akbar!” as they commit acts of “workplace violence” whose motives
remain elusive and unknowable. It would be ironic that the media
hates it when a politician tells the truth, except no one still
believes the media is in the truth business.
The press conference provided a great excuse for one of the media’s
periodic freakouts about pretend oppression. After all, the best
press is Threatened by Fascism Press, where the pampered members of
the Fourth Estate get to play the heroic resistance to huge, shadowy
forces intent on stilling their voices and suppressing truth and
justice. Except the media might come off as a bit more sincere about
freedom of speech if it spared even a fraction of its ostentatious
current concern for itself for the conservatives being silenced and
beaten at Berkeley while the police stood back, under orders to let
it happen.
Oh, and it would be more convincing if the media did not eagerly
support overturning a Supreme Court ruling that said that the
government could not stop people from showing a movie critical of
Hillary Clinton. I’m not saying my novel People’s Republic’s
depiction of a lapdog press serving the liberal fascist elite in
post-secession blue America represents the media’s desired end-state,
but all the evidence supports that the media’s desired end-state is
totally to serve as the lapdog of a liberal fascist elite in a
post-secession blue America.
Only a fevered hive mind, poisoned by unearned self-regard and a
delusional sense of its own moral superiority, could seriously equate
a politician pointing out the obvious fact that today’s reporters are
mostly lying, incompetent jerks with Hitlerian press censorship. Tell
you what – I’ll believe you when the National Guard shows up to shut
down CNN by padlocking the makeup room.
Except, according to the AP, the National Guard is busy preparing to
be unleashed upon the photogenic honor student dreamers who the press
tells us make up the undocumented friend community – when they aren’t
murdering us or voting, which our ink-stained guardians assure us
totally never ever happens, and Trump lies, plus you’re a racist.
Another day, another example of Fake News. My favorite part of this
particular press foot- shoot was getting lectured on the intricacies
of the Posse Comitatus Act by 25-year old media savants whose
military experience consists of pestering their dorm mates about Call
of Duty’s cartoon guns being phallocentric and how the game is
insufficiently welcoming to the trans perspective.
In any case, the whole National Guard v. Aliens story was yet another
giant lie in that seemingly endless series of giant lies we call “the
News,” but don’t think it made the press go into spasms of reflection
or self-criticism. No, those bloodhounds pivoted right back to the
important stuff, like sniffing out whether someone in the West Wing
might have uttered some vaguely complimentary words about Ivanka’s
line of shoes. In the meantime, this lie opened the floodgates and
released a horde of mouth-breathing liberals slandering our National
Guard warriors as Nazis on Twitter. Thanks, media – nothing I love
better than seeing my former troops’ reputations made collateral
damage of your quest to bring down a president you resent because he
was elected without your approval.
It’s all so pathetic, and the clichés are so hackneyed. As always,
there was the “Will You Denounce X?” Guy, rolling out the usual
demand that Trump “denounce” some misbehavior he has nothing to do
with in what everyone who isn’t an utter moron or in Congress sees as
a cheesy ploy to associate the innocent respondent with said
misbehavior. The day after Israel’s leader rhapsodized about Trump’s
friendship for the Jewish people, Trump’s somehow obligated to
concede the implicit charge that he’s secretly ant-Semitic? It’s
stupid, it’s a lie, and it’s wonderful that Trump refused to play
along with this tired, hack tactic.
Then there’s the Russians/Flynn nonsense, a non-story that America
non- cares about. Oh, there’s a real story there, but the press isn’t
interested in that.
==> Here’s the real story – the intelligence community under the
Obama administration was obviously eavesdropping on Trump’s campaign
in violation of practically every law ever written. Whether it was
direct tapping of phones and emails, or illegally accessing the
communications swooped up by the NSA in its nets, it’s clear that
Obama’s people were spying on Obama’s political opponents. The
transcript excerpts of Flynn’s phone call with the Russian diplomat
leaked because it could be played off as targeting the Russian,
though this was still an outrageous disclosure of American spying
capabilities.
What these criminals can’t do is release the communications between
Americans that they possess because doing that confirms what we all
know – that Obama’s people spied on his political opponents like his
IRS persecuted them. The only question really is what did Obama know,
and when did he know it – interestingly, on his way out the door,
Obama made it easy to hide the source of the leaks by opening up
access to the information across a bunch of agencies. There’s your
story, a scandal that makes Watergate seem microscopic, and the
mainstream media will not touch it because it would destroy the
media’s political allies.
But wait, what about Trump’s bathrobe? Better flood the zone, stat!
Now, the media could try something new, like being objective and
covering issues people care about. It could stop making every single
question some sort of gotcha ploy designed to generate a viral clip.
Normals tire of these antics; they want information that affects
their lives. How about a question like “Mr. President, the market is
up 10 percent since the election. Where do you expect it to go from
here and why?” That’s not a softball question just because it
recognizes that Trump has a success; it seeks information that every
American with an IRA or 401(k) wants to know. Sexy? No. Useful? Yes.
Oh, and it also totally undercut’s Trump’s ability to make the
question about the press – I actually wonder how he would respond to
a non-hostile, reasonable question because, outside of Katie Pavlich,
I‘ve never seen him asked one.
But the media won’t learn, which is why it needs to die and be reborn
as something that isn’t the hacky lackey of one of the political
parties. Until then, the mainstream media will just keep on begging
“Thank you Mr. President, may I have another?” and Trump will happily
keep on delivering.
Source: http://bit.ly/2kDYxmi
“&” is an infamous and anonymous internet troll. He launches
scurrilous, defamatory, trivializing and false diatribes against
Men’s Rights activists and their posts and against Men’s Rights
organizations. He therefore, has as his goals the disruption of
soc.men and the thwarting of the legitimate goals of the men’s
rights movement, and the denigration, trivialization and discrediting
of the leaders of the men’s rights movement and men’s rights
organizations.

FOAD TURIN you moron
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