Introduction by The Editor:
The people known as the "political left" in U.S. politics are those whose primary goal is the strengthening and expansion of
(and reliance upon) the federal government, especially if that expansion increases their own power and leverage.
This pursuit of power is more important to them than a strict adherence to the truth. Therefore, to win arguments
and attract followers, they lie. They lie
about unemployment numbers and job creation. They lied
about Obamacare to get it into law. They lie
about taxes and spending. They lie
about energy production. They lied
about the Benghazi fiasco. They lie
about immigration. They lie
about Islamic terrorism. They lie
about whatever they have to in order to maintain power.
Donald Trump came along and defeated their candidate in the 2016 election. Now the political left, with 24-hour
assistance from the "mainstream" news media, lie about the President constantly, hoping to convince you that he's
ruining America. Here are some examples:
January 6 Is
the New Russiagate Lie. The Russiagate scandal, for lack of a better term, revealed to the general public the
seamless compact between the Democratic Party, major news organizations, and powerful government agencies. Partisan
operatives — be they ruthless DNC lawyers, paid spin masters, or former British spies — easily accessed
the country's influential decision makers to seed storylines targeting their political foes. Narratives were shaped
with all the right terms, then dutifully recited by congressional leaders and media mouthpieces. Those on the other
side taking incoming fire barely had a chance to see what was coming, let alone to respond with equal force. Later,
when the facts finally came out and the bad actors both behind the scenes and in front of the cameras were revealed as
shameless frauds, no one was held accountable. And a sizable chunk of Americans continues to believe all the
falsehoods because disowning them would vindicate people they unreasonably despise.
6 Stupendous Hoaxes Are Reasons to Give Media Narrative About 'Asian Hate' the Hairy Eyeball. [#2] Trump Is a
Russian Secret Agent: The FBI, CIA, and other intelligence agencies conspired with Hillary Clinton and other Democrat
operatives to dirty up Donald Trump and/or prevent him from becoming president. The conspiracy continued into his
presidency with the aid of the media wing of the party leaking false stories of Trump's attorney going to Prague for meetings
with Russians, Deutsche Bank follies, General Mike Flynn's fake "affair," Trump Tower meetings between Trump's aides-de-camp
and Russians, and other notorious truly unbelievable stories about hookers peeing on beds and the like. The media ate
it up. Of course, Trump hired hookers to urinate on a bed! It was totally on brand, they reasoned, with
the actual Russian-based formulated stories told by Christopher Steele as their north star. Their obsession with
Trump-Russia continues apace with the recent stories about Hunter Biden's laptop being "Russian disinformation" and using
that evidence-free claim as reason to impose a pre-election news blackout of the story for fear it would dirty up Joe "The
Big Man" Biden.
Post Accuses Trump Of A Crime Based On Fabricated Quotes. On Jan. 9, The Washington Post published a
bombshell report about what President Trump reportedly said on a phone call to the Georgia elections investigator. The
headline was "'Find the fraud': Trump pressured a Georgia elections investigator in a separate call legal experts say could
amount to obstruction." A few days ago, on March 11, the Post quietly changed the headline and added this
correction to the top of the story: [...] Suffice to say, the original story was impactful. "The president's attempts
to intervene in an ongoing investigation could amount to obstruction of justice or other criminal violations, legal experts
said, though they cautioned a case could be difficult to prove," reported the Post story. The conclusion a
sitting president may have committed a crime is still in the corrected story, even though that conclusion was initially at
least partly based on fabricated quotes. While they didn't directly cite this Post story, Trump's alleged
pressuring of Georgia officials was eventually cited by House Democrats in the impeachment articles against Trump.
Other Totally Bogus Stories Designed To Hurt Trump The Media Got Away With. The correction by The Washington
Post concerning false information about a phone call between former President Donald Trump and the Georgia secretary of
state's chief investigator is no anomaly. The neglect of truth and preference for anonymous sources is deeply ingrained
in the corrupt left-wing media's strategy. "You will notice that establishment media errors, omissions, mistakes, and
outright lies always slant one way — against me and against Republicans. Meanwhile, stories that hurt
Democrats or undermine their narratives are buried, ignored, or delayed until they can do the least harm," Trump said in a
statement Monday in response to widespread corrections from The New York Times, CNN, ABC, and so on. The Washington
Post correction struck right to the core of why journalism is dying and has been for years, and it served as a reminder of
the media's lack of ethics and standards throughout the Russian collusion scramble. Here are five major Trump-Russia
stories the media botched. [...]
Will Blame Trump for Every Problem They Create for the Next 20 Years. Poor Herbert Hoover. The Republican
president had the misfortune of being in office when the Great Depression hit. While some of his policies contributed
to the severity of the downturn, the depression was the inevitable outcome of ruinous tariffs and overproduction. But
from 1930 to the 1960s, Democrats made the word "Hoover" synonymous with "disaster." Hoover became a whipping boy for every
Democratic president up to and including John Kennedy. Now, with a disaster at the border entirely of their own making,
Democrats are casting about for someone to blame for the crisis. Naturally, they didn't have to look very far.
senator tries to blame Trump for [the] Biden border debacle, [but] Bill Cassidy [is] not having it. Speaking on
Fox News' "Fox News Sunday," [3/14/2021] Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy, a known Russian collusion conspiracy theorist,
claimed that former President Donald Trump is responsible for the current crisis at the southern U.S. border. "This
president inherited a mess from Donald Trump in terms of immigration, and he's trying to fix it in a humane way. The
surge at the border began last fall. In the last four months of Donald Trump's presidency, there was an 80 percent
surge in apprehensions at the border," he told Fox News host Chris Wallace.
The Editor says...
Yes, the surge at the border technically began last fall, because the presidential election took place on November 3 (and
was stolen on November 4), and winter didn't start until December 21. After it was widely (and falsely) reported
that Joe Biden had won, the border surge began to form. It only became a serious problem after Joe Biden was inaugurated,
because Joe Biden stopped construction of the border wall and tacitly stopped enforcement of illegal immigration. The
immigration surge of 2021 is entirely the fault of the Democratic Party.
The Legends of Our Fall.
Many politicians at one point or another live by lies — if they can get away with them. Our supposed
sentinels, the media — self-defined as independent, cynical, and skeptical journalists — are supposed
to separate political fictions from truth. [...] Take the "Russian collusion" lie. For three years, everyone from
Hillary Clinton and the New York Times to John Brennan, James Clapper, James Comey, and the newsrooms of CNN and
MSNBC, assured the nation that Donald Trump stole the 2016 election through "collusion." Indeed, Trump was declared an active
Russian "asset." That was pure legend from its beginning with no proof, and none of its purveyors have yet apologized.
Carter Page was a fall guy, not an agent. The FBI lied about him, and eventually forged an email to entrap him.
Doubles Down: Says Biden Deserves Full Vaccine Credit, Suggests Trump Responsible For 'Half A Million'
Deaths. Now that several states are rolling back COVID restrictions and mask orders by citing the distribution
of the vaccines, the Biden regime is determined to hog the credit to itself. Rather than take the high road by giving
former President Trump some credit for setting vaccine production in motion with Operation Warp Speed, Biden's team is
refusing to acknowledge the efforts of his predecessor who was faced with a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic. Earlier this
week, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki oozed contempt for Trump during her daily presser when asked by a reporter
whether the Biden should acknowledge the contributions of his predecessor.
Trumpism — Without
Trump? Six weeks ago, Americans were assured that Donald Trump had left the presidency on January 20, 2021
disgraced and forever ruined politically. Trump was the first president to be impeached twice, and first to be tried as
a private citizen when out of office. He was the first to be impeached without the chief justice of the United States
presiding over his trial. His nonstop complaining about the stolen "landslide" election was blamed by many as a
distraction that lost two Republican Senate seats from Georgia. Joe Biden's current Democratic majority Congress was
the result. Americans were assured by Trump's impeachment Senate prosecutors and the media that the January 6 Capitol
assault was his fault alone. So Trump was condemned as a veritable murderer, responsible for five deaths at the
Capitol. Many of his own advisors and cabinet members loudly resigned in disgust.
the Gaslight Media and Save America. [Scroll down] A recent example of this tactic is the reporting in the immediate days
following the breach of the Capitol on January 6th of this year. The incident was almost instantaneously characterized as an "armed
insurrection." Five people were said to have been murdered in the mayhem. Supposedly, a policeman was savagely beaten to death with
a fire extinguisher by a Trump supporter, and this was widely reported in the New York Times and throughout the media. All the so-called
insurgents were branded as Trump supporters (i.e., domestic terrorists) who were incited by President Trump's speech to go on a murderous rampage
and threaten the lives of Senators and Representatives. President Trump had blood on his hands, therefore, impeachment and a permanent
sanction against his seeking the presidency in the future was an absolute necessity. [...] Since the initial reporting, the truth has slowly
leaked out, primarily through the alternative media. We now know:
[#1] That the FBI and other agencies as well as Congressional leaders were aware prior to the riot that militant and
extremist groups were planning to cause chaos and breach the Capitol. Thus, President Trump could not have incited the mayhem.
[#2] That no one was murdered by demonstrators, and Officer Sicknick was not killed by a Trump supporter with a fire
extinguisher but died of natural causes or exposure to tear gas.
[#3] That three of the people supposedly murdered died of natural causes outside the Capitol building.
[#4] That there was no "armed insurrection" as no one has been charged with using a firearm inside the Capitol, further,
no demonstrator has been identified as even carrying a gun inside the building.
[#5] That Congressional leaders, primarily Nancy Pelosi, deliberately tied the hands of the Capital Hill police and
refused to call in additional police support or the National Guard.
'At Least a Dozen' Republican Senators Walked Out of Impeachment Trial. At least a dozen Republican Senators
reportedly walked out of the Senate impeachment trial on Thursday, after lead House impeachment manager Rep. Jamie
Raskin (D-MD) tried to argue that years of Trump rallies were incitement to violence. National Review reporter John
McCormack reported several Republican Senators left the chamber during part of Raskin's presentation, and missed the
subsequent argument of Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA), who argued that Trump was a future danger. [Tweets] Raskin tried to
claim that Trump's speech on January 6 incited the Capitol riot because he had spent years encouraging supporters to commit
acts of violence, or condoning past acts of violence, often using specific coded language to do so.
Haley splits with Trump: 'He let us down'. Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley is distancing herself from former
President Donald Trump after serving as a loyal supporter. Ms. Haley told Politico Mr. Trump will not run for
federal office again and said the 45th president's political star has come crashing down to Earth following the Jan. 6 riots
at the U.S. Capitol. "We need to acknowledge he let us down," the former South Carolina governor said. "He went
down a path he shouldn't have, and we shouldn't have followed him, and we shouldn't have listened to him. And we can't
let that ever happen again."
The Editor says...
[#1] Nikki Haley was once elected to the office of Governor of South Carolina. We can't let that ever happen again.
[#2] [Quoting Nikki
Haley:] "They beat him up before he got into office. They are beating him up after he leaves office. At some point,
give the man a break. I mean, move on”.
Tarnished Institutions and the Boy Who Cried Wolf. The only bright side to this situation is that the people
now cannot ignore the lies being pumped out by what we thought were our institutions. We can thank Trump for
that. He said what he would do, and then did it. The contrast to business-as-usual was stunning and
refreshing. We liked it and wanted more of it. Which the swamp could not allow. Russia! Russia!
Russia! Ukraine! Impeachment! Systemic racism! BLM! Pandemic! Insurrection! Is there
a previously-trusted institution which hasn't cried wolf about the bad orange man in the last four years?
Terry Moran: Trump Is a 'Fuhrer' to Republicans. ABC News senior national correspondent Terry Moran
compared former President Donald Trump's control over the Republican Party to a "Caesar" and a "Fuhrer" Wednesday [2/10/2021]
on his network's coverage of the second impeachment of Donald Trump. Moran said, "Whatever you think of this case, they
have risen to the moment. This is an atrocity in our history, an atrocity against our Democracy, and the care with
which the Democratic House managers of this impeachment trial have come prepared, their argument is organized, they are
ringing the notes of patriotism and the emotion of the attack itself, and surrounding that with what they hope is an
evidentiary trail from Donald Trump to that attack. That is their challenge here."
Hysteria: Maxine Waters Says Trump 'Should Be Charged With Premeditated Murder'. After spending 30 years
in Washington, there isn't much Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) can take credit for, with the exception of becoming one of
her party's best gaslighters. Because if you can't really accomplish anything legislatively as a lawmaker, then find
something else to be good at — right? "Mad Maxine" was at it again Wednesday during an appearance with one
of cable news' biggest racists, MSNBC's Joy Reid, "where she made the bold claim that Trump should be charged with premeditated
murder," PJ Media reported, adding: "Waters even launched a new conspiracy theory by alleging, without evidence,
that Trump had 'advance planning about the invasion' at the Capitol."
Aimed 'Loaded Cannon' of Supporters at Capitol, Dems Claim in Impeachment Brief. Former President Trump
"threatened the constitutional system" by inciting the riot at the Capitol on January 6 that left five people dead, Democrats
claimed in a legal brief released on Tuesday [2/2/2021]. House impeachment managers submitted the brief as part of their
case to impeach the former president for "incitement of insurrection." The House voted to impeach Trump after he incited a
mob of his supporters to amass at the Capitol, after which the mob breached the building and forced lawmakers to evacuate.
One Capitol police officer died after being injured by rioters.
& The Instigators. In this posting I'll be providing links to video of the event I attended along with a link
to the full text of Trump's speech. It is long, not that exciting, and very much lacking in any "incitement". Toward
the end, many folks were leaving early due to the cold and the lack of anything really exciting. I'd guess about 10%
were sneaking out. We'd been there from the very start. About 3 hours before first speaker. All told, we
stood in a cold wind for about 8 hours straight. At the end, pretty much NOBODY had anything on their mind other than
finding a bathroom, getting out of the cold, and finding a place to sit with back support.
Want Biden To Be The Dictator They Said Trump Was. Donald Trump was treated by the opposition party and media
(we repeat ourselves) like no other president in our memory. He was called a dictator, a tyrant, an authoritarian, and
a fascist, to name a few childish invectives hurled his way. Of course his adversaries were projecting. It's the
Democrats and their media collaborators who yearn for absolute power. Trump was accused of being a dictator at the same
time he was trying to weaken the federal government through tax cuts and deregulation. The agitators — the
elected, unelected, functionaries, and self-appointed — who made the allegations were never required to explain
why a dictator would undermine his power base by downsizing the government under his charge; how a tyrant could be impeached
twice; how an authoritarian failed to expand his authority during a pandemic; how a fascist brokered peace deals in the
Middle East; how someone routinely called "Hitler" willingly walked away from his "dictatorship" after losing an election;
how screaming heads could insult him and his family without fear of punishment. Yet Trump was a dictator just because
they said he was. Questioning the proposition is not allowed.
Biden Suggested Only "Dictators" Legislate By Executive Order, Then He Signs 33 In His First Week. Nearly every
day of former President Donald Trump's term, someone — either from the opposition party or from the
Democrat-aligned media — called him some version of authoritarian. That was especially the case whenever
Trump issued an executive order, many if not most of which were summarily challenged by left-wing groups in court, often
successfully. It never made any sense to call a president whose executive orders were overturned and who eventually got
kicked off of all social media a tyrant and a dictator since not too many tyrants and dictators throughout the
history of Humankind had their orders contradicted or struck down by any legal body.
Finally Admits Trump DIDN'T Incite Riot With Speech... 'Planned In Advance'. The Washington Post has finally
made the admission that President Trump did not incite the riot at the Capitol on January 6th, now reporting that the attack
was "planned days in advance." The report is buried in the "local" and "legal" sections of the Washington Post website,
as archived by The National Pulse [elsew]here.
Assassinations: The progressive weapon of choice. For four years Trump was universally accused by his
Democrat opponents — without a shred of evidence — of committing treason with the Russians. The
end sought by the Democrats — the destruction of Trump — is apparently sufficient to justify the
means. Aside from a few true liberals like Alan Dershowitz and Jonathan Turley, there are no dissenters from this rule
on the left. From the outset of his presidency, Trump was tarred and feathered by Democrats and their media allies as a
"traitor" a "white supremacist" and a "racist" — again without a shred of credible evidence. To prevent
Trump from running for a second term with 74 million supporters he is being crucified now as an inciter of violence and
"insurrection" without a credible action or quote to back up the charge. The basis for the claim is that he challenged
an election result by calling on key states to de-certify the election results — something the Democrat Party and
its legislators did as recently as the 2016 Trump election itself. What distinguishes Trump from the legions of his
supporters who have been accused of thought crimes, slandered and cancelled, is the visibility of his record, which allows
74 million Americans not consumed by racial and characterological hatreds to see how baseless the attacks on him are,
and to defend him against the progressive lynch mob.
Release Huge Bombshell That Could Change The Entire Narrative About January 6th. In what should be front page
news, federal law enforcement officials have told CNN that they believe the January 6th storming of the Capitol was planned
ahead of time by bad actors instead of a random riot inspired by President Trump's speech. Those of us on the
right have known all along that Trump had nothing to do with the riot, but it appears law enforcement is beginning to come
around as well. If they prove that this was a pre-planned event by radicals who just wanted to see destruction, it will
be the biggest news story of the year after the media viciously slandered Trump for "inciting" the scattered violence that
occurred. The entire impeachment witch hunt and de-platforming of the President is based on the lie that Trump "incited
an angry mob". As the investigators are beginning to learn, that was not the case at all.
CNN Accidentally Prove That Trump Did NOT Call for Violence at the Capitol? The political Left and their allies
in the mainstream media have gloated over the second impeachment of Trump. In record time, an article of impeachment
alleging President Trump incited an insurrection at the U.S. Capitol were filed and approved by the House of Representatives.
[...] But according to a new report from CNN, "Evidence uncovered so far, including weapons and tactics seen on surveillance
video, suggests a level of planning that has led investigators to believe the attack on the US Capitol was not just a protest
that spiraled out of control, a federal law enforcement official says." This completely undermines the entire case
Democrats made for impeaching Trump. CNN's story also seems to support other reports that that the FBI had warned
Capitol Police a day before the assault that there was evidence that an attack on the Capitol was expected and being planned
on social media platforms, including Twitter.
Lynch Mob Comes for Citizen Trump. "The president of the United States summoned this mob, assembled this mob
and lit the flame of this attack." So alleged Liz Cheney, third-ranking Republican in the House, as she led nine GOP
colleagues to vote for a second impeachment of Donald Trump. [...] But is what Cheney said true? Undeniably, the huge
crowd that assembled on the mall Wednesday did so at Trump's behest. But that peaceful crowd was not the violent mob
that invaded the Capitol. The mob was a mile away as Trump spoke. It was up at the Capitol while Trump was on the
Monument grounds. It could not hear him. And the break-in of the Capitol began even before Trump concluded his
remarks. It was done as he spoke. Nor is there anything in the text of those remarks to indicate that Trump was
signaling for an invasion of the Capitol. How then did he light "the flame of this attack"?
between Capitol siege, BLM protests is denounced. Black activists are coming out strongly against a growing
narrative among conservatives that equates the deadly siege on the U.S. Capitol with last summer's Black Lives Matter
protests of racial injustice. Republican lawmakers defending President Donald Trump made the comparison again Wednesday
while building their case against impeachment and accused Democrats of being hypocrites with selective outrage. Their
comments mark the latest effort by Trump and the GOP to misrepresent the Black Lives Matter movement as an extremist, violent
faction tied to anarchists. "You can moan and groan, but he was far more explicit about his calls for peace than some
of the BLM and left-wing rioters were this summer when we saw violence sweep across this nation," Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of
Florida said in defending Trump before the House voted 232 [to] 197 to impeach the president for inciting an insurrection.
Trump a 'flight risk' if criminal charges are filed, experts say. President Trump potentially faces a torrent
of criminal charges when he leaves office, including charges linked to the deadly insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, making
prosecutors worry that he is a flight risk. Mr. Trump's real estate empire extends to multiple luxury properties
in countries that don't have extradition treaties with the United States. And Mr. Trump himself publicly mused in
October that he'd leave the country if he lost to Democrat Joseph R. Biden. Douglas McNabb, a private attorney with
expertise in international extradition defense, said that if criminal charges are brought, Mr. Trump fits the bill for
becoming a fugitive from justice.
doesn't line up for Trump to have incited violence at the Capitol. [Scroll down] To the best of my
knowledge, neither the Democrats calling for Trump's impeachment nor the mainstream media have specifically told us who was
incited to break into the Capitol by Trump's speech. The speech began at noon Eastern time on January 6, 2021, as seen
from the time stamp on this video broadcast of the speech on C-SPAN2. Given the speech's length of about 1 hour and
12 minutes, it ended at about 1:12 P.M. Eastern Standard Time (EST). As noted in the ABC News article, Trump's speech
was delivered from the Ellipse across the street from the south lawn of the White House. From the location of the speech to
the Capitol is a little more than a mile and a half. According to tweets by Washington Post reporters, barricades were
first breached at the Capitol at about 1:00 P.M. EST. [...] Based on this information, it appears that the breakdown of the
barricades began at least 12 minutes before Trump's speech ended, by people who were over a mile and a half away from Trump.
Trump 'Deranged, Unhinged, Dangerous' and Should Be Prosecuted. During a portion of an interview set to air on
Sunday's broadcast of CBS' "60 Minutes" that was released Friday, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said that
President Donald Trump is a "deranged, unhinged, dangerous" president of the United States. Pelosi said, "Well, sadly,
the person who's running the executive branch is a deranged, unhinged, dangerous president of the United States, and only a
number of days until we can be protected from him. But he has done something so serious that there should be
prosecution against him."
The Left Finds Time for One More Big Lie Against
Trump. With the courts and Congress now having moved, affirmatively and by default, towards confirming Joe
Biden as America's 46th President, the Left — Democrats, the Mainstream Media, Hollywood, Academia —
have less than a fortnight to disseminate Big Lies about President Donald Trump. The riot in Washington, D.C., on
Wednesday, January 6, afforded them such an opportunity, perhaps their last great chance during this first Trump presidential
term. And so Big Lie #Infinity: Donald Trump incited an insurrection aimed at a coup. It is a
Lie. A Big Lie. And like all Big Lies, it nevertheless will continue, as has the Charlottesville Big Lie, as has
the AOC Big Lie that the earth will end in exactly ten years. Such Big Lies continue until, somehow, they finally
disappear. [...] If President Trump truly had sought to incite an insurrection, he would have urged his followers to come to
Washington and to arm themselves to the teeth with their most powerful firearms. He explicitly would have urged them to
break into Congress, to take hostages.
media are lying about Trump's phone call with Raffensperger. The mainstream media and Georgia's secretary of
state, Brad Raffensperger, are utterly disgraceful, dishonest, and manipulative people. Raffensperger released a
private phone call that the media immediately claimed — falsely — showed Trump begging Raffensperger to
fraudulently find enough votes for Trump to win. In fact, Trump called Raffensperger to get him to stop obstructing the
fraud investigation. [...] Here's what really happened on the phone call. First, Trump wasn't the only person on the
phone. Also present were Mark Meadows, Mike Pompeo, and multiple attorneys. There isn't the slightest chance that
they would have allowed Trump to beg Raffensperger for illegal votes or to threaten him. Second, contrary to what the
media implied, Trump was not operating off the premise that he lost Georgia. If that had been the case, it would indeed
have been wrong for Trump to beg for Raffensperger to "find" votes for him. Instead, Trump was operating from the
assertion that he won Georgia.
Media Propaganda in America. Pick a theme from the last four years: Trump-Russia collusion, Trump has
told a bazillion lies, Trump is an authoritarian, Trump will get us into a war with North Korea, it's impossible for Trump to
get a vaccine by the end of the year. Yada yada yada. All of these things and more — including themes that have
nothing whatsoever to do with Trump — were flatly untrue. Which, in a society where the media is honest, would have
been reported by that media. A real media this minute would be investigating the results of the 2020 election and
whether or not the President and his supporters are correct that there was indeed at least some election fraud. But, of
course, that's not what the media is doing. They simply ignore the evidence, repeatedly label the very idea of voter
fraud "baseless" — and move on.
Rep. Adam Kinzinger says Donald Trump is fueling 'violence' in his supporters ahead of Congress certifying Biden's win.
Republican Representative Adam Kinzinger said Sunday [12/27/2020] that Donald Trump is peddling a 'scam' meant to fuel 'violence' in his
supporters by claiming Congress could still overturn the election by rejecting the Electoral College results on January 6.
'It is a scam and it is going to disappoint the people that believe this election was stolen, that think this is an opportunity to change it,'
he told CNN host Dana Bash. Trump is pushing for Republican[s] in Congress — specifically senators — to jump
on board with a plan to challenge Electoral College votes in five swing states that went blue last month.
The Editor says...
[#1] One can make the claim that "five swing states [...] went blue last month" only if one can state with reasonable certainty
that the election was not corrupted. [#2] The Democrats are the ones who have been fueling violence this past year.
[#3] The Democrats are the ones who are peddling a scam, by injecting fraudulent votes into ballot boxes in swing states.
Omar: It's Trump's Fault That Democrats Killed My Father. Rep. Omar asked for privacy when her
father died over the summer. And that seemed fair enough since she didn't politicize his death beyond a brief Islamic
social media tribute. But Omar can't stop being her own usual horrible self for very long and so she decided to blame
President Trump for her father's death. [...] Minneapolis is run by Democrats. President Trump allowed local areas to
set their own coronavirus policies. Omar's father lived and died by whatever policies were set in Minneapolis and MN.
Omar hasn't bothered to explain what exactly she blames President Trump for. If anyone killed her father, it was her
fellow Democrats. Finally, Somalis in Europe appeared to be especially vulnerable to the virus, dying at higher rates
than the native population. There hasn't been a clear explanation for the causes of this, but some possibilities have
included a genetic predisposition. That and unsafe behavior.
President Trump Spring a Trap on Treasonous Democrats on Election Night? So certain were the complicit media of
a win for Clinton that they predicted a 95% probability of her winning. But the same blunder — born of
Democrat arrogance and overconfidence from years of triumphant cheating — would not occur a second time in 2020.
The media would, during Trump's first term as president, embark on creating the illusion that the most popular president
since Ronald Reagan was actually reviled. This Big Lie would be endlessly repeated, in hopes of making enough people
believe a loss to Biden was in the cards for Trump.
And Media Are Reaping Fruit Of 4 Years Of Anti-Trump Conspiracy Theories. A prominent liberal legal academic
who spent the last four years pushing outrageous, discredited, and debunked conspiracy theories about Donald Trump stealing
the 2016 election said on Fox News Sunday that refusal to accept the legitimacy of the 2020 presidential election threatens
the country. "He is undermining democracy because there are millions of people who will believe him even though there
is nothing to his arguments and no evidence to back them," Harvard Law professor Laurence Tribe said of President Trump's
litigation regarding the November election. [...] Tribe began pushing the Russia collusion theory on July 25, 2016, well
after the Hillary Clinton campaign had secretly developed and begun running its "Russia collusion" campaign operation, but
before the FBI had started its Crossfire Hurricane investigation. "I'm not into conspiracy," he wrote, before
suggesting Russian oligarchs had compromised Trump with business deals and made him develop a foreign policy that U.S. allies
should be responsible for more of their own anti-Russian defense budgets. A follow-up tweet said Trump was hiding his
tax returns in order to hide his business relationship with Vladimir Putin. By July 28, 2016, Tribe was wondering if
Trump had committed the capital crime of "treason." By July 29, 2016, he was proposing wringing Trump on charges of
violating the Logan Act. On October 17, 2016, he began suggesting Trump had rigged the election against Clinton.
Trumper Jonah Goldberg: Trump 'Is Trying to Steal' the Election. Never Trump stalwart Jonah Goldberg
published an essay Friday in which he argued that President Donald Trump "is trying to steal an election he clearly and
unequivocally lost." Goldberg also claimed on Twitter that Trump's fight to contest the election results proved that
he and other critics of the president were right "all along" about his character.
Atlanta Mayor Says Trump Will 'Eat His Own Children'. It's clear that Democrats will continue spewing sick and
twisted rhetoric against President Trump and his family until the end of time. That was just made even more apparent on
CNN. During an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, Democratic Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms said President Trump
would "eat his own children". Yes, really. "He will eat his own children, I'm sure, if he found it prudent.
He's now picking a fight with Brian Kemp... the governor who he was closely allied with," she said. She also suggested
that Trump would "turn on anybody if the situation warrants it."
The Left's Post-Truth Narratives. Leftists had names for those who refused to accept that the Russians
interfered in the 2016 elections: Loony conspirator theorists, post truthers, and agents of Mother Russia. And
still they pushed it further, calling Trump a Russian agent whom Russia recruited in the 80s and who now reports directly to
Putin. The Russian Collusion hoax reached its pinnacle upon the appointment of a Special Counsel. The
simulation's impact was so powerful that even Republicans who controlled the House and Senate, members of Trump's cabinet,
and pro-Trump voices in the media pussyfooted around the allegation instead of subjecting it to derision and tossing it away
with contempt. The "investigation" took two years, cost $32 million, and exonerated Trump. The left never had the
quest for facts as its goal; hence, the left rejected the verdict and continued pushing the story to a pliant media. In
the end, leftists couldn't accept an outsider such as Trump winning, so they invented their own realities. They
convinced themselves that Americans didn't repudiate them in 2016; instead, Russian poll rigging caused the Trump
victory. Maybe some of them even began to believe their lies. This is perhaps the first instance of the
mainstreaming of a most preposterous conspiracy theory.
Obama slams White House for refusing to start transition to Joe Biden. Former first lady Michelle Obama shamed
President Donald Trump and his administration for refusing to start the transition to the Biden-Harris administration because
some things are 'bigger than anybody's ego.' 'Donald Trump had spread racist lies about my husband that had put my
family in danger. That wasn't something I was ready to forgive,' the former first lady wrote in an Instagram post
Monday. 'But I knew that, for the sake of our country, I had to find the strength and maturity to put my anger aside.'
The Editor says...
[#1] The election isn't over until the Electoral College votes. [#2] President Trump has hardly mentioned Barack H.
Obama at all, as far as I know, and if he had "spread [any] reacist lies" about Mr. Obama, they would have made front-page news
for weeks afterward. [#3] The Obama family has round-the-clock armed bodyguards, who have little or nothing to do, because
none of them are in any danger.
Bruce unloads on CNN journo comparing Trump's 4 yrs to Nazis warning Jews. Fox News contributor and
conservative pundit Tammy Bruce leveled CNN's Christiane Amanpour for becoming the latest left-wing journalist to compare
President Donald Trump and his administration to Adolph Hitler and his murderous Nazi regime. In an interview Friday
[11/13/2020] with network host Sean Hannity, Bruce strongly reacted to a clip of Amanpour's Thursday evening broadcast in
which she referenced "Kristallnacht," a 1938 event in which German Nazis attacked Jews and Jewish businesses over the course
of two days.
Dem Secretary Of State Called Trump Supporters 'Neo-Nazis' In 2017. As Arizona continues its effort to count
all the legal votes cast in the presidential election, on Thursday, actor James Woods took note of the anti-Trump history of
Arizona's Secretary of State, Democrat Katie Hobbs. Woods noted that in August 2017, before she held her current
position, Hobbs tweeted, "@realDonaldTrump has made it abundantly clear he's more interested in pandering to his neo-nazi
base than being @POTUS for all Americans." Woods blasted Hobbs on Twitter, writing, "This woman is calling every Trump
voter a 'Nazi.' As Arizona's Secretary of State, she will be in charge of any recount. Should she not recuse herself
after vocally dismissing half the electorate in her state?"
Biden Calls for Unity After Blaming Trump
for Killing Over 200,000 Americans. If the president had done his job," said Joe Biden at a CNN town hall in
Moosic, Pennsylvania, on September 17, "all the people would still be alive. All the people. I'm not making this
up. Just look at the data. Look at the data." Every person who died from COVID-19 was Donald Trump's
fault. So said Joe. CNN was mum in response to this cruel charge, not daring to challenge this viciously handy
campaign narrative weaponized by its candidate. Biden's shot was shameless, so much so that even PolitiFact rushed to
Trump's defense. But that hardly stopped liberals. Four days later, several Democrats gathered outside the White
House hoisting a neon sign that glowed, "Trump lied, 200,000 died." The sign was paid for by the Democrat National Committee.
Have Been Denying Trump The Presidency Ever Since His First Victory. For four years, Democrats branded Donald Trump an
illegitimate president and treated him as such. Even though election night ended with Trump easily surpassing the 270 Electoral
College votes needed to unquestionably secure him the victory, the left refused to accept the political outsider's victory. "[H]e
knows he's an illegitimate president," Hillary Clinton seethed in a CBS News interview from last fall, before implying Trump stole the
election. "I believe he understands that the many varying tactics they used, from voter suppression and voter purging to hacking
to the false stories — he knows that — there were just a bunch of different reasons why the election turned out
like it did," Clinton claimed. Former President Jimmy Carter likewise branded Trump's presidency as "illegitimate" during a panel
discussion at an event held in June 2019 at his nonprofit organization, the Carter Center. Explaining his theory of illegitimacy,
Carter posited that Trump "lost the election, and he was put into office because the Russians interfered on his behalf." The left's
attacks on Trump were not limited to labeling the duly elected president illegitimate. No, Democrats, the media, Never Trump
Republicans, the outgoing Obama administration, holdover political appointees, and a swamp of career bureaucrats attempted to first
undermine, and then undo, Americans' choice for the 45th president.
And CNN Guest Praises Hitler In Attempt To Dunk On Trump. A forensic psychiatrist, and former guest and health
expert on both CNN and MSNBC, praised Adolf Hitler in an attempt to criticize President Donald Trump, and compared the
Holocaust to Trump's handling of the pandemic. Dr. Bandy X Lee, an outspoken critic of Trump, tweeted her shocking
comparison just one day before the election, crediting Hitler with better character than Trump. "Donald Trump is not an
Adolf Hitler. At least Hitler improved the daily life of his followers, had discipline, and required more of himself to
gain the respect of his followers," she wrote. "Even with the same pathology, there are varying degrees of competence."
She also claimed that the pandemic death toll in the U.S "is higher than Hitler's at the same period."
Biden make first joint appearance in Michigan: 'We're done with the chaos'. [Scroll down] Obama then
turned to Trump's character. If a "coworker lied everyday...we would fire him," adding that voters would not have to
worry about Biden's ability to tell the truth. Biden took to the stage and said, "thank you for reminding us what we
can be again," then condemned Trump as a leader. "Three days we can put an end to a president that has failed to
protect this nation," Biden said. "I don't care how hard the president tries, there's nothing he can do to prevent the
people from voting."
weeks of slander over the kidnap plot, Governor Whitmer owes us a big apology. [Scroll down] Barry Croft,
the Delaware crank facing a federal charge of conspiracy to kidnap Whitmer, posted on Facebook in June that he's "for hanging
Democrats, Republicans and Libertarians." [...] All of this blows to pieces one of the left's most useful fables. Until
now, the unquestioned story has been that the plotters — a hodgepodge of underachievers referred to by the feds as
the "Wolverine Watchmen" — were Trump-supporters who took as their "go" order the president's "stand back and
stand by" message to the Proud Boys at his September 28 debate. Anyone who watched the debate knows that the
president's words were nothing more than his futile attempt to denounce white supremacy to Chris Wallace's satisfaction.
Governor Whitmer, who happens to be one of the Biden campaign's co-chairs and "surrogates," leapt at the political opportunity
to trash her boss's opponent. She ran to the media to announce, without a shred of evidence, that the president was
"complicit" in the plot, and "that those who were plotting to kidnap her had 'heard the president's words not as a rebuke
but as a rallying cry — as a call to action.'"
Ways Dems Will Cripple Conservatives for Potentially Decades if They Win. In traditional presidential
campaigns, the two major parties offer contrasting ideas and policies. The Democratic and Republican candidates
barnstorm the nation to make their cases. Not this year. Democratic nominee Joe Biden is more or less a virtual
candidate, mostly communicating from home via Zoom. He offers few detailed alternatives to the first four years of the
Trump administration. Instead, Biden is running on the idea that Donald Trump caused the COVID-19 pandemic and the
resulting economic recession, and that he's responsible for violence in the streets.
We Soon Learn Whether Most Americans
Are Any Different From the Masses Who Fell in Line With Hitler and Stalin. [Scroll down] Like idols and
statues made of metal or plaster, they have ears but do not hear, have eyes but do not see, noses but do not smell a
rat. They even have minds but do not think. So they are told that Trump is a dictator who has suspended
democracy. Some dictator. A dictator who, through four years of Obama judges, never defied a court ruling.
A dictator who, through four years, never allocated a dollar of federal funds not authorized directly or indirectly by
Congress. He built only the Wall for which he could dislodge congressionally approved funds. He tried to cut off
sanctuary cities but backed off when the courts limited him. What civil right did he ever suspend? Bill de Blasio
and Mario Cuomo are closing houses of worship. Obama spied on journalists. What law-abiding opponent did Trump
ever imprison or even indict? On what American did he spy? What emails did he spoliate? Did he weaponize
the IRS as Obama and Biden did? Did he send deadly assault rifles to Mexican drug cartels as Eric Holder and
America Becomes Totalitarian. After four years of the Trump presidency, it is evident to those of us who do not
suffer from TDS that if President Trump is an authoritarian dictator, he is an ineffectual one. He has been compliant
with the Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election and an impeachment
trial. In both instances, he was cleared of any wrongdoing, and he did not impose retribution on his detractors.
Maddow, Reich, and other purveyors of anti-Trump pabulum continue to operate with impunity. The staff of MSNBC and CNN
have not been rounded up by the FBI and taken to the gulag in Siberia. On the other hand, while many leftist media
outlets, particularly of the cable news variety, are working hard to make the case that President Trump is the second coming
of Mussolini, we are witnessing the advent of a new "soft" authoritarianism in America.
a Costly COVID Narrative. The "news media can still be a very formidable force" when "there is a panic, the
subject is unfamiliar to the masses and they speak with a generally uniform voice," notes John Ziegler at Mediaite. The
pandemic gave the prestige press the opportunity to shape a "politically deadly" view of President Trump — and
they've "taken full advantage of it," though it has "unnecessarily cost our children very dearly." The press, ignoring
America's "far better rate of deaths per cases" than many similar countries, is "cementing the perception" that Trump's
COVID-19 response "has been a disaster." Harsh lockdowns in states such as Michigan are hurting Trump politically,
"because a portion of the population there, thanks to the media narrative, has determined that their governor's punishing
actions were required due to Trump's ineptitude."
Reiner Claims Trump's Closing Strategy Is to 'Kill as Many Americans as Possible'. Far-left Hollywood actor and
director Rob Reiner belted out another wild rant exactly one week before Election Day, claiming that President Donald Trump's
"closing strategy" is to "kill as many Americans as possible." "Trump's closing strategy: Blanket the country with
super spreader rallies and kill as many Americans as possible," wrote Rob Reiner on Tuesday [10/27/2020], bizarrely
suggesting that the president is trying to kill his own countrymen.
The Editor says...
[#1] There is a reason this man is known as "Meat-Head." Think for just a moment about what he's claiming. President
Trump is a politician, running for re-election. Why would he go around the country attempting to demimate his voter base, by spreading
disease? [#2] If someone wanted to "kill as many Americans as possible," the Coronavirus would be a very ineffective
weapon — masks or no masks.
The Editor says...
Everybody has a trail of germs. Everybody also has an immune system.
Scarborough: Trump 'Would Kill Reporters If He Could Get Away With It'. MSNBC host Joe Scarborough
asserted on Monday that President Trump would "kill reporters" if possible and that Russian President Vladimir Putin is more
open to answering "tough questions" than Trump. Scarborough, who hosts MSNBC's "Morning Joe" and has long feuded with
the president, slammed Trump for how he handled an interview for CBS's "60 Minutes" program with reporter Lesley Stahl.
Trump ended the interview midway through and eventually released an unedited version ahead of CBS's airing of the
program. Scarborough said that Trump avoided answering Stahl's questions, then went on to assert that Trump would be
worse to reporters than Putin if Trump could "get away with it."
The Editor says...
A lot of people would kill reporters if they could get away with it. And not just reporters. But in almost every
case, they can't get away with it, largely because of the deterrent known as capital punishment.
Matter: Trump's Real Record on Race. Whether it's Chris Wallace, or Savannah Guthrie, or Jim Acosta, some
other loudmouth reporter screaming the "denounce" demand as the President walks by, this demand, premised upon a lie, gets
repeated ad nauseam by dishonest journalists. Their purpose is to create a false impression that Trump has done
something, or said something in the past, that makes him a "racist." But nothing could be further from the truth.
The president's record shows something quite the opposite of the insinuations shouted by the Trump-hating members of the
liberal media. In fact, the president's record, over time, pictures a man with a huge heart and great compassion
and love for the African-American community in the United States.
Guilty Of Everything They Blamed Trump Of. They said he cheated in the 2016 election. He didn't, but they
abused the powers of government, lied to courts, manufactured evidence and lied to the American people in an attempt to make
it look like he did. They said he colluded with a foreign government to meddle in our politics. He didn't, but
they wittingly or not partnered with Putin and Russia as the infamous "Steele Dossier" on which they based their entire case
and stole 3½ years of our country's focus was itself a work product of Russian disinformation. They said he
made COVID-19 worse than it needed to be. He didn't, but they've spent the last 6 months trying to maximize our
country's pain, prolonging and promoting it every opportunity they get. They said he's made race relations worse in
America. He hasn't, but the media and their Democrat allies work hard every day to promote our country's racial
discord, and in doing so exacerbate it.
de Blasio: 'Observers' will protect NYC voters on Election Day. The city will deploy a team of "observers" to
low-income and immigrant communities to thwart voter intimidation on Election Day, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Friday
[10/23/2020]. "Clearly President Trump has tried to discourage people from voting, suggested election results will not
be legitimate," the mayor said on MSNBC's "Morning Joe." "Some of his followers clearly have been practicing
intimidation tactics around this country."
The Editor says...
How are these "intimidation tactics" being implemented? The election hasn't happened yet.
Russians Made Me Write This. To hear leftists on cable news tell it, there's a Russian behind every bush and
tree. [...] Democrats have tried a lot of campaign strategies this election season [...] but at the end they've settled on an
old favorite: RUSSIA! They've been playing this game throughout the Trump administration — Donald Trump
has been everything from a Russian puppet to a Russian agent, depending on the day of the week. He was horrible at
both, sending actual military assistance to Ukraine in the form of weapons, not just MREs and pillows. If you're doing
the bidding of a dictator you don't aid a country that dictator has invaded with heavy weaponry. The narrative that
President Trump was in league with Putin didn't stand up to scrutiny, so now the left is trying a different approach with an
old familiar ring: Russia is interfering in the election again.
delivers doomsday warning, says Trump threatens 'all life on this planet'. Sen. Elizabeth Warren brought a
truly apocalyptic warning to Minnesota in her attempts to get voters to support Joe Biden. The Massachusetts Democrat
told students in St. Paul over the weekend that "all life" would be subject to extinction if President Trump wins
reelection in November. "What has Donald Trump done for four years?" she asked Sunday [10/18/2020]. "He not only
hasn't made things better; he has actively made them worse. He withdraws from the Paris Climate Accord; he's put a coal
lobbyist in charge of the Environmental Protection Agency. What could possibly go wrong? He has opened up for
offshore drilling, and he has said yes to the oil companies. They can drill in the Arctic National Wildlife
Preserve. Donald Trump threatens the existence of human life, of all life, on this planet. And on November 3
we will hold Donald Trump accountable!"
never had COVID, say three of 'The View' hosts who now believe he faked the whole thing. Two of the hosts of
the ABC talk show "The View" admitted this week that they believe President Donald Trump's coronavirus diagnosis was
fake. Their admission came Thursday, a day after tech giants Facebook and Twitter began suppressing an unconfirmed
story about Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden's youngest son, Hunter, that media pundits had claimed was a "conspiracy
theory." The first admission was made by co-host Whoopi Goldberg as she was responding to a fellow co-host's complaints
that the idea of herd immunity — which is currently being considered by the White House — "seems cruel,
seems callous." "It doesn't look good anywhere," Goldberg responded before suddenly trotting out what could be the
conspiracy theory of the year.
Biden Hits Donald Trump for 'Shutting Down' Country over Coronavirus. Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden
slammed President Donald Trump on Saturday for shutting down the economy, a move he himself said he would make if
"scientists" recommended it. Speaking to a reporter in Erie, Pennsylvania, Biden was asked if he would support a
"nation-wide shutdown," and he replied, "No, look, he's the guy that shut it down," referring to Trump. "Let's get this
straight, he shut it down," Biden said with disdain. That is a reversal from August, when Biden told ABC News he would
shut down the economy.
Media Accuse Trump of Blaming Gold Star Families for Catching the Coronavirus. Members of the mainstream media
implied that President Donald Trump blamed Gold Star families for catching the coronavirus, after he mentioned an event with
them during an interview on Thursday [10/8/2020]. Trump mentioned that he met with Gold Star families at an event
recently and did not want to enforce social distancing with them despite the risk of COVID. But some in the media interpreted
that as Trump blaming the families for catching COVID.
Left's 'Mostly Peaceful' Revolution/Coup. Yet, when you have the media as a fully owned subsidiary of the
Democratic Party, it is easy to propagate the million little lies needed to sell the big lie. Examples of their
prevarications are: Woodward's "Trump hid COVID's danger" revelation; the Atlantic's "Trump insulted soldiers" expose;
the New York Times release of Trump's taxes and the supposedly shocking information they contained, and lastly, the
coordinated accusations that Trump embraces white supremacists (fabled but despicable creatures rarely seen in the wild).
Oh, and Trump's COVID diagnosis is fake.
hoax' was lie created by Hillary Clinton and one of the dirtiest political tricks ever. For Hillary Clinton,
inventing the lie was easy. Spreading the lie was even easier. For President Trump, uncovering the truth has been
hard. The truth always has its enemies. This is the maxim — and chilling lesson — of the
Russia hoax. Newly declassified handwritten notes authored by former CIA Director John Brennan show that on July 28,
2016, he briefed President Barack Obama on intelligence evidence that Clinton had approved a plan to vilify Trump with false
accusations that he was colluding with Russia. She did it, the intel concluded, to distract from her own damaging email
scandal. It was an audacious plot put in motion by one of Clinton's foreign policy advisers and then sanctioned by the
then-Democrat presidential candidate on July 26. But the genesis of the smear came from Clinton herself.
Trump from a Tornado of Liberal Lies — Including the Lie that Trump is a Liar. Rolling Stone claims
that Trump is a "Hall of Fame" liar. Other leftists call him a "pathological liar." CNN says the "defining
characteristic" of the Trump presidency is the "bombardment of lies." You can even buy T-shirts with that logo. The
internet is full of references to the Washington Post's claim that President Trump has made more than 20,000 false claims,
averaging 23 lies a day. A close look reveals that any generalized statement, any opinion some snowflake finds
"hurtful," any rounded-off number, and anything the left disagrees with is ipso facto judged by these supposed
fact-checkers to be a lie. Note that these "lies" include general statements like Trump saying he has "tremendous
support" from blacks; the Washington Post deems this a lie because no poll had been taken to prove it. When Trump said
he was "ready to send the National Guard to Minneapolis and Seattle if local officials requested it," some local officials
said he was lying. Trump claimed that Obama and Biden "spied" on his campaign and they "knew what was going on."
This is repeatedly declared a vicious lie even though evidence has come to light showing that actually happened and that top
officials knew it — including Número Uno himself!
October Surprises Everyone.
The startling revelation that President Trump and his wife have contracted COVID-19 not only contributes another imponderable
complexity to this torrid election campaign, it brings forth — amid a general tide of goodwill in favor of the
president and his wife — the worst traits of the Trump-haters. The media response ranged from Joy Reid's
piercing aperçu that he was faking the illness to attract sympathy, to the Lemon-Tapper school of Trump-hate at CNN,
which saw it as a direct consequence of the president supposedly taking the virus lightly, leading the resistance to it
incompetently, and pretending that it was a fiction, "a hoax."
Obama: Trump and Allies Are 'Stoking Fears about Black and Brown Americans'. Former first lady Michelle
Obama offered a closing argument on behalf of Joe Biden (D) on Tuesday, telling viewers in a 24-minute speech that "our
country is in chaos because of a president who isn't up to the job" and whose administration and allies are "stoking fears
about Black and Brown Americans." Obama delivered an impassioned 24-minute speech to the American people, pleading with
them to support the former vice president, who she described as an experienced leader who "understands the struggles of
everyday folks" and has the ability to end the "chaos" across the country.
Obama calls Donald Trump 'racist' as she pleads with undecided voters. Joe Biden's campaign released a slashing
video endorsement by Michelle Obama Tuesday where the former first lady denounces President Trump as 'racist' and says he
'isn't up to the job.' 'Racism, fear, division — these are powerful weapons and they can destroy this nation
if we don't deal with them head on,' she says in the 24-minute video, called a 'closing argument,' where she speaks directly
to the camera. 'Let's be honest, right now our country is in chaos because of a president who isn't up to the job,' says
the popular former first lady, who also delivered an emotional pitch for Biden by video at the Democratic National Convention.
The Editor says...
[#1] She "speaks directly to the camera" because that's where the teleprompter is.
[#2] Here's an example of "a president who isn't up to the job."
mayor responds to Trump parade that tried to 'bully and intimidate' her. About 20 trucks with signs and flags
supporting Donald Trump paraded by Mayor Emily Larson's house Friday evening, days after she called the president a white
supremacist and accused him of sowing division. Ahead of Trump's rally in Duluth on Wednesday, the mayor condemned
Trump's "message of hate and division" on a call with local and state Democratic officials. "We have a white
supremacist in the White House who cares only about himself, who says he is about law and order, but I can guarantee you is
coming into my community, disregarding the laws of health and safety for Minnesotans," Larson said on the call.
Media outlets suggest
White House 'can't be trusted' to be truthful about Trump's health. Several mainstream media outlets expressed
skepticism of White House statements about President Trump's health Friday following the announcement that he had tested
positive for the coronavirus. Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan led the charge following the
president's diagnosis, writing a column with the headline, "Journalists, beware: This White House can't be trusted to
be truthful about Trump's health."
The Editor says...
It is the news media who can't be trusted to tell the truth.
Wallace Falsely Implies Trump Never Condemned White Supremacists. CLAIM: Debate moderator Chris Wallace implied
that President Donald Trump never condemned white supremacists. VERDICT: FALSE. President Trump has done so
repeatedly, despite what Wallace — and Joe Biden — have suggested. During the first presidential debate,
Wallace challenged President Trump to condemn white supremacists. It was an astonishingly ill-informed — and
inflammatory — challenge, and repeated a lie that Biden has told frequently in the campaign. Trump has
condemned white supremacists repeatedly.
Meltdown: Civil War Unless Joe Biden Wins. Tom Friedman, a veteran New York Times columnist,
appeared on Thursday's [9/24/2020] edition of Anderson Cooper 360 with one message: "I'm terrified to find
myself ending my career as a journalist covering America's potential second civil war in its history." This in response
to President Trump's comments questioning the integrity of mail-in voting. Friedman further cried: "The President
of the United States has told us, 'I either win the election or delegitimize the election.'" The leftist media has
given a lot of time to the President's comments, initially made on Wednesday evening, over the past few days, even wildly
suggesting the President could use the military to stay in office. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany stated
during Thursday's press briefing that President Trump will accept the results of a "fair and free election." This was
not enough to satisfy Democratic-aligned media. The incendiary rhetoric intensified with Friedman declaring:
"When you have a President without shame backed by a party without spine amplified by a network without integrity and by
social networks in conspiracy theories, behind them are a lot of armed people, if you aren't frightened by this you are not
The Editor says...
Please tell me the date and the location when President Trump said, "I either win the election or delegitimize the election."
Says President Trump is "Trying to Have the Constitution of the United States Swallow Clorox". 80-year-old
Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said President Trump is "trying to have the Constitution of the United States swallow Clorox."
House Speaker Pelosi made this bizarre claim shortly have she once again asserted that Trump told Americans to drink bleach
to kill the Coronavirus. We need term limits. Pelosi also backed off and said impeaching President Trump a second
time "isn't worth the trouble at this point."
doubles down that Biden shouldn't debate Trump: 'Why bother?'. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday doubled
down on her argument that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should not debate President Trump, claiming the
Republican incumbent and his "henchmen" have no "fidelity" to facts or the truth. Asked during an interview on "Morning
on CBS" whether she still believed the former vice president should skip the three scheduled debates, Pelosi said: "Oh,
I do. Not that I don't think he'll be excellent. I just think that the president has no fidelity to fact or truth
and, actually in his comments the last few days, no fidelity to the Constitution of the United States."
Orange Man Make Big Orange Sky. Recently, we've seen pictures of skies blazing orange over the charred forests
of the American West. Trump-haters see in this phenomenon the odious color of their nemesis, the despised Orange Man in
the White House. From this it is easy to extrapolate an image a bogus president unleashing with one pudgy hand the
dreaded contagion of COVID-19 and, with the other, harnessing for world destruction the existential threat of global
warming. For these same fired up folks, such "reimagining" has neatly clarified the crux of the current crisis.
They need think no more (if they ever did!) about mismanaged forests, outdated power sources, gridlocked roads, trains to
nowhere, toppled statues, population displacements, mail-in ballot fraud, or neighborhood violence. In one brilliant
stroke, the blame for both of the biggest bugaboos in America — global warming and the lingering
pandemic — has been unequivocally laid at the feet of Donald John Trump.
The Party Of
Panic. The latest contrived issue to bedevil the left is President Trump's statement to Bob Woodward in March
that he was downplaying the virus to avert panic. Leftists have interpreted this attempt to avert panic as a "lie,"
even though they have never shown any ability to discern truth from lies in the past. So this week, the leftists are
betting their chips on the Woodward book.
["Benghazi"] Rice: 'Dear Leader' Trump's Patriotic Education Executive Order 'Communist, Retro, Crazy'. Former
Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice said on Thursday's broadcast of CNN's "OutFront" that President Donald Trump's
executive order to restore patriotic education to our schools was "the most communist, retro, crazy thing I've heard out of
Donald Trump's mouth in a while." Burnett said, "He just said something else today, signed an executive order creating
the quote '1776 commission.' And the goal of it, and I want to quote, from the order is to 'restore patriotic education
to our schools,' as if that education has been gone. He went after The New York Times for its quote, '1619
project,' which aims to reframe this nation's history with a greater focus on slavery. [...]"
Coalition Preparing for Post-Election Day Chaos. Under the guise of seeking to "prevent a constitutional
crisis," a massive network of well funded left-wing activists and progressive groups are training, organizing, and planning
to mobilize millions of Americans should President Trump "contest the election results," refuse to concede, or claim an early
victory. More than 80 advocacy groups and grassroots organizations have joined in a broad coalition calling itself
"Protect the Results" and proclaiming that "we cannot ignore the threat that Trump poses to our democracy and a peaceful
transition of power."
says if Trump acted sooner on coronavirus 'all the people would still be alive'. Joe Biden indicated during a
CNN town hall Thursday that President Trump is responsible for every single coronavirus death. "If the president had
done his job... had done his job from the beginning, all the people would still be alive," the Democratic presidential
nominee told the audience in Pennsylvania. "All the people — I'm not making this up. Just look at the
data. Look at the data." Critics on social media were quick to jump on Biden for his comments.
China Class Launches a New War Against Trump. Chances are that by the time you get to the end of this article,
there will be news of another information operation targeting Donald Trump. There's one a day now — each
trumpeting a new mortal threat to the republic or some dastardly revelation based on sources that are usually
anonymous. Whatever it is, it will serve the same purpose as the hundreds of similar sallies launched over the last
four years — namely, to preserve and protect the position and privileges of America's ruling elite. Trump
stories are rarely about Trump. The same stories, or versions of them, would have targeted anyone who threatened to
sever the American political, corporate, and cultural elite's economic lifeline to the Chinese Communist Party. It is
largely because Trump sought to decouple the United States from the CCP that America's China Class, which owns the platforms
on which Americans communicate, has waged a relentless campaign of information warfare against him through its social media
and prestige media brands.
Williams Says Trump's Israel Peace Deals 'Accelerate' the 'Chance of War' in Middle East. On Tuesday
[9/15/2020], during an episode of The Five, Juan Williams claimed that the recent peace deals between Israel and the
United Arab Emirates and Bahrain that Trump negotiated a "distraction" and that rather than achieving peace they are
"accelerating" the "chance of war" in the Middle East. Williams made his argument while he and his co-panelists were
discussing Nancy Pelosi's recent remarks that the peace deals were a "distraction."
health officials defend Trump against Bob Woodward's coronavirus claims. [Scroll down] Experts in crisis
communication say honesty and accuracy are crucial tools in public health emergencies when trust is essential, leading to
questions about why Trump was saying one thing in public and another in private. Democratic presidential nominee Joe
Biden said the president misled the people of the United States. "He knowingly and willingly lied about the threat
posed to the country for months," he said in Warren, Michigan. However, key officials insisted Trump had access to the
best advice and had saved lives. HHS Secretary Alex Azar said, "As the secretary of health and human services, I have
briefed President Trump alongside the nation's top doctors, and I have insisted that he have direct access to these doctors
throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. "He has always been receptive to the data and science presented by me and other
members of the task force. President Trump's science-based decision making has saved lives."
Democrats Versus the Vote.
A recent New York Times piece about the presidential election reads more like an article in The Onion or
Babylon Bee. It claims that "President Trump's litigiousness and unfounded claims of fraud have increased the
likelihood of epic postelection court fights." The president's "litigiousness"?! In state after state, almost
all the lawsuits filed over this year's elections have been filed by Democrats and liberal or progressive organizations,
seeking to change election rules by judicial fiat. Their objective: force all-mail elections or huge increases in
absentee balloting while simultaneously eliminating safeguards against abuse and fraud. The Times top brass must
not have read their own reporters' story very carefully. That story cites law professor Richard Pildes's count of at
least 160 lawsuits filed by "party organizations, campaigns and interest groups," noting that the Trump campaign and the
Republican National Committee "are involved" in only 40, "some in response to Democratic lawsuits." For those familiar with
basic arithmetic, the "litigiousness" is on the other side of the political aisle. Perhaps the Times didn't
bother to do the math.
Trump Scandal Absorption Level Has Been Reached. [Scroll down] The Atlantic story is (sputtering), "Yeah,
Trump was out there, and he said that dead soldiers, he has no respect for 'em! They're losers and suckers!" Okay, and
then that doesn't work. It looks like it might work for the first couple of days, and then here comes the exculpatory
evidence and it begins to fade. [...] Well, wait. Wait. What happened to The Atlantic story? "Oh, nothing
to see there." No, no, no! What do you mean, "Nothing to see there"? You sponsored a lie. You brought
forth a lie. You've done nothing but lie. The mainstream media and the Democrat Party has mounted one lie after
another, one allegation after another, and nothing ever comes of any of them. And yet every week, there's a new
one. As though what happened yesterday didn't happen.
Fauci Just Put a Stake Through the Heart of the Woodward Story Against Trump. [Scroll down] They dropped
something today that is already being shot down about Trump supposedly telling Bob Woodward that he tried to play down the
coronavirus. But seen in context, it's pretty clear that what he was trying to say was that he was trying to keep down
panic. This was February 7th, before it was even known if there was any community spread, before even the first case
was officially found in New York City. This was when the only person acting was Trump, when he had formed a task force,
declared a public health emergency, activated the CDC, and cut travel with China. All this, while Democrats were
calling his responses hysterical xenophobia. My colleague Scott Hounsell has a good breakdown of how this is such a
smear, especially given Democrats' own reaction and considering the context of the time.
Bob Woodward Has
Blood on His Hands. Journalist Bob Woodward released excerpts from his latest book yesterday [9/9/2020],
sending the media and Democrats into a frenzy over the revelation that President Donald Trump publicly downplayed the
severity of the coronavirus while privately knowing how serious the problem could be. The President defended himself
by saying that his administration didn't want to start a panic, which is something that a lot of leaders tend to try to
do. In order to show strength and to keep their citizens from panicking, they publicly downplay the severity of threats
while privately working to solve the issue. Barack Obama, in an interview with Woodward, was recorded as saying America
could "absorb" a terror attack like we did the 9/11 attack. He was viciously attacked by the right for minimizing the
attack and downplaying the threat of another terror attack on American soil. The same folks in the media and the
Democratic Party who are attacking Trump now defended Obama's comments then.
statue' portraying Trump and Fox News hosts desecrating war dead and Covid-19 victims' graves appears in NYC. A
"living statue" of president Donald Trump appeared in downtown Manhattan on Tuesday, depicting him driving a golf cart over
the tombstones of coronavirus victims and war dead. Placed in New York's Battery Park and called The Final Push, the
golden tableau has actors depicting Fox News hosts Sean Hannity and Laura Ingraham pushing the cart from behind. The
actor playing Mr Trump is pointing a gold club ahead of him like a sword. A cameraman squats beside him filming the scene.
["Benghazi"] Rice Accuses Trump, AG Barr of 'Voter Suppression'. Susan Rice, a former Obama administration
official who lied about the terror attack in Benghazi on five newsmaker shows, says mail-in balloting and absentee voting are
"essentially the same thing." Speaking to "The Situation Room" with Wolf Blitzer Tuesday evening, Rice accused President
Trump and Attorney General William Barr of "undermining confidence" in mail-in balloting, which she described as "another
form of voter suppression, nothing less."
Inebriated Looking Joe Biden Proclaims Trump Wants to 'Defund the Police'. I guess we are going to just go full
alter-reality as we approach November. That's apparently Joe Biden's plan to combat the charge that he wants to defund
the police. And to be sure, Biden has proposed redirecting money (i.e. defunding) and "reimagining" how policing
happens. But when asked about his position, Biden mumbled his way through his talking points proclaiming that it's
actually Trump who wants to defund the police.
Reporter Falsely Claims Trump Campaign Mocked Biden At Beau's Grave. Vice President Joe Biden once again dodged
questions from the press Sunday, walking from Mass to his motorcade while a pool reporter yelled "Mr. Vice President,
come back to us!" Biden dodging media interactions is not surprising, even if it is very strange for a modern political
campaign. What is unusual are some of the people who are defending his dodging of reporters and difficult questions,
among them The Atlantic's Edward-Isaac Dovere, who claimed Biden was visiting his son's grave and shamed the President Donald
Trump's campaign for criticizing Biden. Worse still than flacking for Biden when he is supposed to be reporting on his
campaign, is that there's no evidence Dovere's version of events happened at all.
Cuomo Rants: 'Donald Trump Caused The COVID Outbreak In New York'. Speaking at a press conference on Tuesday
[9/8/2020], New York Governor Andrew Cuomo ranted, "Donald Trump caused the COVID outbreak in New York," then immediately
chanted again, "Donald Trump caused the COVID outbreak in New York." [...] As Fox News has noted, over 6,200 elderly
residents may have died from COVID-19 in New York nursing homes according to state health department statistics. On
March 25, the New York Department of Health issued an advisory that stated nursing homes had to accept residents returning
from hospitals whether or not they had a diagnosis of COVID-19.
Edited' Video Of Trump 'Deep Into His Degenerative Neurological Disease' Goes Viral. The video posted on
Twitter had millions of views before it mysteriously disappeared. The video showed President Trump on the White House
lawn with a Marine One helicopter in the background. The president takes a few steps toward the chopper, then walked
along the edge of the driveway, stops near a puddle and points at it. [...] The video stops with Trump pointing at the
puddle, but he was doing so for a reason: He was waiting for first lady Melania Trump to arrive and was pointing out a
hazard. "Trump was simply walking back to wait for FLOTUS here," ABC News reporter Will Steakin wrote on Twitter.
"This false tweet has over 23K retweets and the deceptively edited video has over 2 million views."
Hill's 'gotcha headline' on Trump rally bites back when photo tells different story. Perhaps the Hill just
needs to hire "more experienced" interns? Following President Donald Trump's rally in North Carolina this Tuesday [9/8/2020],
The Hill published a story titled, "Trump, supporters gather without masks in NC despite request from local GOP official."
For the story's featured image, The Hill used a photo of the president standing before a crowd of cheering supporters.
[Photo] Notice anything odd? As noted by the president's son Donald Trump Jr. in the tweet below, everybody standing
behind his father was wearing a mask.
Joe Biden Tries
to Cancel Thomas Edison. A Joe Biden terrified that the African-American vote is slipping away from the party
of pandering made an absurd claim during a rare day trip from his basement bunker to Kenosha, Wisconsin. At least his
handlers were able to find and lead him to Wisconsin, which Hillary Clinton failed to do in 2016. Biden had just
finished a meeting with the family of Jacob Blake, the young African-American wanted on a felony warrant for sexual abuse
shot after struggling with police. As part of his portrayal of the Trump administration as oppressors of blacks and
white people as guardians of systemic racism, even if it is Democrats who run the system where urban unrest is occurring,
Biden decided to add another wrinkle — whites are stealing credit for African-American inventions.
of the Yard Sign Prophets. Shortly after Trump was elected president, "Hate Has No Home Here" (HHNHH)
yard signs began adorning the minority-manicured lawns of white-collar, white-skinned liberals. [...] The underlying message
of the HHNHH yard sign is two-fold. First, it's virtue signaling in its most tawdry form. Yard signs announcing
"Poverty is bad" and "I support curing cancer" would ring just as hollow. Sorry, but you don't get a cookie
for broadcasting to the world that you oppose hate. Most people do, and their daily actions are sufficient proof
thereof. A lion doesn't need to convince people it's a lion. Second, the HHNHH yard sign alludes that a home
which opposes President Trump is axiomatically hate-free, and, by deductive logic, a home which supports
President Trump categorically welcomes hate with open arms. The sign smugly implies, "I'm a good person, and it's a
shame that you're not."
Trump hoax and Biden's mental decline. The rumors about Biden's mental competence began concerning the
debates. For the Democrats, the Wuhan virus was a blessing because it allowed them to hide Biden from the public,
except for scripted appearances from his home. Now, though, even the scripted appearances can't cover for his mental
decline. The Democrats are, therefore, trying to level the playing field by launching false attacks against Trump's
Trump Social Security Cuts. This lie was so outrageous that it was awarded four Pinocchios by the Washington
Post. The impetus for the claim was a letter written to Chief Actuary Stephen Goss by several Senators asking him to
evaluate "hypothetical legislation" whereby the payroll taxes that provide funding for Social Security would be
eliminated. Goss must respond to such questions, but he included this in his answer: "I am not aware that
anyone has proposed the hypothetical legislation you describe." It's also unlikely that he knew that the letter was sent
at the behest of the Democratic presidential nominee, who has called for Social Security cuts.
Donald. One always expects the media surprise leak of a purported hidden scandal as a presidential campaign
winds down. Remember the last-minute "discovery" of George W. Bush's undisclosed 24-year-old DUI arrest in 2000?
Or the October 7, 2016 effort of the Washington Post to publish the hoarded 11-year-old "Access Hollywood" tape, just two days
before Donald Trump's second debate with Hillary Clinton? We should expect lots of these "bombshells" and "walls are closing
in" pseudo derailments. Except Trump has been the most widely investigated, probed, attacked, and smeared president in
history. And so the scandal-field has pretty well been picked over, as those fired like Omarosa Manigault Newman, Anthony
Scaramucci, John Bolton, and others have long ago more or less lectured us that Trump is nuts, crazy, dangerous, stupid,
ignorant, and so forth.
Trump Makes One Sorry Fascist. At the executive level, for all the mindless chatter about President Trump as
Hitler or worse, it is not he who deserves the label "fascist." By American standards, that honor goes to President Obama and
his fierce little toady, Joe Biden. To gauge the fascistic impulses of Trump and Obama respectively, Merriam-Webster
offers a useful measuring stick, a definition of "fascism" untainted by the politics of the moment: ["]A political
philosophy, movement, or regime (such as that of the Fascisti) that exalts nation and often race above the individual and
that stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation,
and forcible suppression of opposition.["] On every fascist metric, Obama beats Trump by a giant goose
step. One could argue that Trump "exalts nation" more than Obama, and that is true, but not "above the individual."
For Obama, like all socialists, national socialists included, the individual was expected to subordinate his interests to those
of the state.
do You Support Joe Biden? There are a lot of unanswered questions for Biden supporters. Part of the
frustration with the left and those that support it is that they never offer a convincing rationale for their actions.
Why are you voting for him? [...] In what way has Trump attacked women and other "oppressed" groups like gays, blacks,
Muslims, immigrants and prevented them from living the American Dream? If you identify as anything other than cis white
male, what has personally worsened in your life since Trump entered the Oval Office? We are forever led to believe
that Trump threatens everyone's existence through his apparent repressiveness toward, crudeness about, and mistreatment of
them. Please cite specific examples and avoid generalizations.
Attkisson Warns: Prepare for the 'Scheduled Scandals' Dropping Before November. If anyone was surprised
by the nonsensical lie being pushed by The Atlantic, they shouldn't have been. The story, from "anonymous sources"
claimed that President Donald Trump didn't want to visit an American cemetery in France because he said dead military members
"losers" and "suckers." Anyone reading that would know it was fake and it was immediately debunked from all quarters by
people willing to go on the record. But it sounded a lot more like the offensive way that the left depicts the
military. The fact that such an obviously false story would be pushed shows how desperate they are at this point.
It's also pretty clear that one big font of support for the president and the GOP in general is the military.
Consequently, Democrats have to find some way to unhinge that support. It's 60 days before the election.
Democrats and their willing acolytes in the media have already shown that they are willing to do anything they possibly can
to win back the White House.
It's a Straight Line from Biden to BLM. An
unmistakable correlation between the radical Left's extortionate violence and the sudden tightening of polls has stirred the
Democrats' senescent standard-bearer to bolt the basement. He'd hoped to wait another week or so before emerging to
read short speeches about President Trump's erratic handling of COVID-19 (the government's missteps during the Obama-era
swine flu pandemic having apparently slipped Biden's mind). But he's got a tiger by the tail in the radical Left, which is
turning electoral battlegrounds into smoldering battlefields. So now he's hustling into the hustings with a narrative
about what's motivating his fellow travelers — who have just added murder to the mayhem they've wrought on America's
streets for the past three months. Here's the punchline: Trump made them do it! That was the
upshot of the former vice president's speech in Pittsburgh on Monday [8/31/2020]. "Are you safe in Trump's America?"
His argument lays at the incumbent president's feet the upheaval instigated by Democratic supporters in Democrat-run cities.
Harris says she wouldn't trust Trump on safety of Covid vaccine before election. Kamala Harris said that she
would not trust Donald Trump's word on the safety of any coronavirus vaccine approved for use in America before the November
election. In an interview with CNN — excerpts of which were released on Saturday — the Democratic
vice-presidential nominee warned of the potential for political interference by the US president over the approval of a
coronavirus vaccine in order to boost his re-election chances.
The Editor says...
Ms. Harris appears to be accusing President Trump of willingness to approve untested and unsafe vaccines for his own political gain,
which is something a Democrat might do, but not Trump. The power-hungry Democrats are those who push for mandatory vaccinations.
The Media Lynching of
Kyle Rittenhouse. You might think that people who get paid to write for prestige publications would be better
journalists than mere bloggers, but then you encounter people like David Graham, who not only writes for the Atlantic,
but actually teaches journalism at Duke University. In a remarkably counterfactual column Tuesday, Graham claimed that
the riot in Kenosha, Wisconsin, "could cost Trump the election." While his primary object was to amplify Democratic
talking points — accusing President Trump of "making every effort to stir up racial tension and provoke violence
after the shooting of Jacob Blake" — Graham also casually smeared 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse. Graham
expressed astonishment that Trump would defend the teenager who shot three rioters after being attacked last week. At a
Monday press briefing, Trump "not only didn't condemn Rittenhouse's actions, but defended him," Graham huffed, before
misquoting the president.
'without evidence' mean? President Trump spoke mildly in defense of Kenosha shooter Kyle Rittenhouse on
Tuesday, saying that the 17-year-old seemed to be defending himself when he shot three people, killing two of them.
NPR, fresh off of interviewing In Defense of Looting author Vicky Osterweil, had something stern to say about that,
tweeting 'President Trump declined to condemn the actions of the suspected 17-year-old shooter of three protesters against
police brutality in Kenosha — claiming, without evidence, that it appeared the gunman was acting in self-defense.'
Without evidence! Cockburn tries to live an upright life these days, but he had to pause for a moment to
be sure he had not mistakenly consumed peyote or some other mind-altering substance. Without evidence? The entire
Rittenhouse episode was caught on tape. You can watch both shootings on YouTube, along with lengthy dissections of what
they show. You can watch him get interviewed immediately before the shooting. Without evidence? Kyle
Rittenhouse's night in Kenosha is one of the single best-documented shootings of all time.
House Physician Refutes Rumors that President Donald Trump Had a Stroke. The White House physician issued a
statement to reporters on Tuesday refuting the notion that President Donald Trump had a stroke. The president's
physician Dr. Sean Conley issued a statement to reporters confirming that Trump had not experienced or been evaluated
for a stroke or a mini-stroke or "any acute cardiovascular emergencies."
The Drudge Report has become
an embarrassing Never-Trump cringe fest. In the latest slew of "mini-stroke" hit pieces against the president,
the once-conservative Drudge Report titled its headlining story, "Trump Denies Mini-Stroke Sent Him To Hospital." The news
aggregation site sourced a CNN video of President Donald Trump allegedly dragging his right leg while touring a North
Carolina laboratory back in July. Trump on Tuesday [9/1/2020] denied the leftist spin that he suffered "a series of
mini-strokes" prompting an unscheduled visit to Walter Reed hospital in November 2019. Trump's physician, Dr. Sean
Conley, even cleared his health record in a statement, affirming that Trump is "fit to execute the duties of the Presidency."
Be a Victim of Democrat Abuse and Voter Endangerment. Democrats have a problem. It turns out they can't
set cities on fire, destroy local businesses, and unleash rampant violence upon their residents and call it an election
strategy. They can accurately call it domestic terrorism or anti-government insurrection, but those bumper stickers
don't sell well when every car parked in Democrat zones of lawlessness from New York City to Portland has already been
ransacked and torched. What to do? Blame the whole Democrat operation on President Trump, of course.
Somehow, the guy who has been standing up to the mob for four years is secretly leading the mob, too.
professor argues Republicans have 'deputized all white people to murder us'. A University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill professor recently argued on Twitter that Republicans have "deputized all white people" to murder black
Americans. Tressie McMillan Cottom, associate professor of information and library science, made the comment in
reference to another tweet which stated: "Sen. Ron Johnson just said he supports 'citizen soldiers' in
Kenosha. Kyle Rittenhouse, who murdered 2 people, is a citizen soldier. [...]" Johnson is a Republican U.S.
senator representing Wisconsin. The professor has nearly 142,000 followers on Twitter. Her tweet had been liked
nearly 10,000 times as of Monday night [8/31/2020].
Writer Falsely Claims Trump 'Cheers' And Incites Violence. In an attempt to downplay President Donald Trump's
efforts to combat rioting, Michelle Goldberg of the New York Times wrote an opinion editorial trying to elevate and equate
right-wing violence to the destruction caused by Black Lives Matter demonstrators and Antifa rioters. In her article,
Goldberg claims that Trump's words and actions are meant to incite and "cheer" more violence because "his interests served by
the destruction of civic peace." "If the president succeeds in making political violence a Biden liability, he'll have all
the more incentive to set this country on fire," she claims.
Tell Supporters To Punch People Then Blame Trump When Riots Start. Democrats have recently joined forces in
blaming President Trump of fanning the flames of violence. While this is nothing new, it is concerning evidence of a
pattern among the left. More particularly, the party that seeks to lead the nation is unwilling to take responsibility
for the misdeeds of its members and is always looking to blame others. Americans should not trust this party to lead
them. As reported by The Hill, Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.) recently slammed the president's scheduled visit to
Kenosha, Wisconsin in wake of protests over the police shooting of Jacob Blake. "I think his visit has one purpose and
one purpose only, that is to agitate things and make things [worse]," said Bass. "What happened in Portland, [was] you
saw a parade of Trump supporters actively shooting paintballs at peaceful protesters, and the president, in my opinion,
encourages that. He actually retweeted the people firing paint guns, I think he only means to agitate things."
senator says Trump 'deliberately killing people' by holding rallies. Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., said
Saturday [8/29/2020] President Trump is "deliberately killing people" with his rallies amid the coronavirus pandemic.
"Can we take the gloves off and tell the truth? Trump is deliberately killing people," Murphy wrote on Twitter.
"He holds rallies where people get infected. On Thursday, no social distancing or masks, sending a clear message that
the CDC should be ignored." "His plan is to kill people. Let's just say it," Murphy continued. On Friday, the
president held a rally in New Hampshire for supporters, however masks were mandatory as were temperature checks.
The Editor says...
[#1] Think about it. Why would President Trump kill his own supporters? [#2] Where is the Senator's
concern for the spread of coronavirus among the rioters in Democrat-controlled cities? [#3] The pandemic (if it
ever was a pandemic) was over at least a month ago.
the Violence on Trump Is a Bridge Too Far. Democrats can try but won't succeed at distancing themselves from
the violence they have enabled on American streets. People surely know where the Democrats have stood on this, and that
they're now backpedaling only because of polling data. Former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg outright blamed
this anarchy on President Donald Trump. [...] To blame this violence on Trump because he's in office is like blaming him for
the border wall not being erected fast enough. It's like blaming him for the economic slowdown caused by the
coronavirus when, in fact, he has persistently tried, over strenuous Democratic obstruction, to sensibly and safely reopen
our economy. It would be like blaming him for abortions because they have persisted during his first term despite his
valiant efforts for the innocent unborn. It is inconceivable that Buttigieg is unaware Democratic mayors and governors
have all but encouraged this mayhem.
Democrats Attack the Country; the Republicans Attack the Democrats. Last week, we watched as Joe Biden and his
increasingly radical party outlined their dark perception of the country. They offered few policies and no
solutions. Their message boiled down to America is evil and rotten to the core, and Trump is a fascist who represents
an existential "threat to our democracy." The Democrats also called Trump a racist, accused him of culpability for every
single COVID-19 death in the country, and for the economic contraction that has led to a 10 percent unemployment rate.
As if the well-documented failures of the Postal Service over the last several decades have not already undermined it enough,
Hillary Clinton blamed Trump for supposedly trying to sabotage it in an attempt to "steal an election."
Buttigieg blames Trump for violent rioting in Democrat-controlled cities, states. Democrat Pete Buttigieg,
former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, on Wednesday held President Trump responsible for the violent unrest that has beset U.S.
cities controlled by Democrats. "The simple reality is that we are seeing more and more chaos and violence under the
Trump presidency, and there's no reason to expect that it would get any different or any better if he were reelected,"
Mr. Buttigieg told Fox News anchor Bret Baier. National Democrats have largely avoided commenting on the arson,
looting, window-breaking and assaults plaguing major U.S. cities, including Chicago, Minneapolis, Seattle and Portland,
Oregon, all of which are controlled by Democratic mayors in states led by Democratic governors.
The Editor says...
The Democrats hope to convince easily-duped voters that the presence of the coronavirus is the fault of President Trump.
Anyone who spends two minutes away from the television to think for himself can see that's not true.
Day of the Democrat Pros and Cons — As PR Pros Combine to Con America. [Scroll down] Along
comes Sen. Tammy Duckworth of Illinois to call President Trump a "Coward in Chief." Really, we live in a time and in
a political environment where words have so little meaning that even the "little white lies," exaggerations, and puffery
salesmanship of politics are insufficient. We now listen to United States Senators just throw around nouns and
adjectives with shameless disregard for how false they are. Trump has had to deal with the most hateful, vicious
assemblage of partisan media hacks, publishers of outright fake news and lies, and politically mercenary politicians.
He has been subjected to Mueller for two years, an impeachment, every imaginable obstruction and personal
assault — on his wife when she is absent from public view for a day, against his daughter, even against his
boy. They pull out a family black sheep, a niece with a chip on her shoulder. They go after him night and day for
three-plus years, and yet he never backs down. In a world where English words mean what they always did, that is not
the definition of a coward but of a brave person.
Gore: Trump Is 'Putting His Knee on the Neck of American Democracy'. Ever since the police killing of
George Floyd, Democrats have attempted to blame the Republicans and President Donald Trump of somehow abetting police
brutality in general or Derek Chauvin, the police officer who put his knee on the neck of George Floyd, in particular.
On Monday [8/17/2020], former Vice President Al Gore took it one step further. He accused Trump of doing to "democracy"
what Chauvin did to George Floyd. This seemed more than a little ironic, given Gore's own history with military ballots
Stoke Conspiracy: Trump Creating 'Mail-In Voting Scandal,' a 'Crisis'. Setting the stage for their excuse
if President Trump won reelection, ABC's Good Morning America and NBC's Sunday Today [8/16/2020] spent the
morning accusing the President of a conspiracy to steal the 2020 election. ABC called it the "mail-in voting scandal"
while NBC dubbed it the "Postal Service crisis;" accusing Postmaster General Louis DeJoy of allegedly doing Trump's dirty
work, even though they admit they don't have any hard evidence of wrongdoing. Near the top of ABC's coverage of the
purported scandal, White House correspondent Rachel Scott leaned on serial liars Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) and Speaker
Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) to make the baseless accusations:
Soros calls Trump 'dangerous,' believes he will do 'anything to stay in power'. Prominent Democratic donor
George Soros called President Donald Trump "dangerous" and asserted that Trump would do "anything to stay in power," in a
wide-ranging interview Tuesday [8/11/2020] with Italian newspaper La Repubblica. The 90-year-old Hungarian-American and
billionaire philanthropist told La Repubblica that Trump is a "confidence trickster" who unexpectedly won the 2016 U.S.
election and was inadvertently working to "undermine democracy from within," per a translation of the interview on George
Biden: Trump 'Doesn't Want an Election'. Presumptive Democrat nominee Joe Biden on Thursday claimed that
President Donald Trump opposes a November presidential election because he has voiced opposition to mass-mail voting.
Biden, flanked by his newly-selected running mate Sen. Kamala Harris (D-CA), was asked about President Trump's comments
on mail-in voting during a virtual briefing on the coronavirus pandemic.
Joe and Kamala, the Demagogic
Duo. Both Biden and Harris are audacious and monumental liars. It is a toss-up as to who lied more in
their speeches. [...] Equally unbelievable was the commentary from Biden and Harris about the COVID-damaged economy, which
they blamed on Trump. Lying through her teeth, Harris said Trump, who presided over the lowest unemployment numbers
ever before COVID, was somehow responsible for all the people out of work. Trump had "inherited" a great economy from
Obama and squandered it, she asserted extraordinarily enough. What shamelessness. The Obama-Biden economy
floundered for eight years, only picking up after Trump cut taxes, pushed deregulations, and supported America's energy
Harris Lies Repeatedly in [her] First Speech as Biden's Running Mate. In her first speech since Joe Biden
selected her as his running mate, Senator Kamala Harris told multiple lies. To wit: "The president's
mismanagement of the pandemic has plunged us into the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression," Harris said.
False. The pandemic and its associated lockdowns, not the president, are responsible for the economic
contraction. Donald Trump is not the president of the euro zone, which suffered through an even more dire economic
contraction in the second quarter: minus 40.3 percent, on an annualized basis, as against minus 32.9 percent
in the US. [...] "Just look where [Trump and Mike Pence] have gotten us. ... Millions of kids who cannot go back to school,"
Harris said. Wrong. It is not Donald Trump's decision whether kids go back to school, because the federal government
does not run schools, but he has urged the schools to reopen. The primary reason kids cannot go back to school is
opposition from teachers' unions. The second-largest teachers' union is threatening to strike if schools reopen.
If Anyone Helps Trump with Nomination Speech 'It's in Violation of the Hatch Act'. Thursday [8/6/2020] on MSNBC's "Andrea
Mitchell Reports," Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) weighed in on the possibility of President Donald Trump giving his speech accepting
the Republican Party presidential nomination from the White House, despite some suggesting it could a violation of the Hatch Act.
Trump has maintained that such an act would be legal because the Hatch Act did not "pertain to the president."
McEnany Fires Back At Reporter's Question On 'Campaign' Rose Garden Speech. White House Press Secretary
Kayleigh McEnany fired back at a reporter who questioned her about President Donald Trump's "political speech in the Rose
Garden" by asking him to read the Hatch Act. [...] "We act in accordance with the Hatch Act," McEnany responded. "It's
well-established that the president and the vice president are not subject to the Hatch Act. It says this much in the
Hatch Act. It says that the Hatch Act applies to executive branch employees, which is defined in the Hatch Act as
employee, meaning any individual other than the president and the vice president."
Communist Party Leader Calls on People to Vote for Joe Biden. The leader of the Revolutionary Communist Party
USA, Bob Avakian, has stated that we currently live under a "fascist regime" and, come November, if President Donald Trump is
still in office, then people need to vote "against Trump by voting for Biden." "We are confronted by — we are
now being ruled by — a fascist regime," said Avakian in a statement on the Revolutionary Communist Party (RCP)
website. "[T]his election is different. ... The question is not whether Biden and the Democrats represent something 'good,'
or whether, in fundamental terms, the Democrats are 'better' than the Republicans. Both of these parties are ruling
class political parties, and none of their candidates represent anything 'good' in the most basic and essential sense.
Biden is not 'better' than Trump...."
and media pushing Trump = Hitler and Mussolini as never before. There is more than a whiff of desperation in
the re-emergence of the thermonuclear bomb of hysterical rhetoric, that President Trump is just like (or even worse than!)
Hitler. Never mind the absence of death camps — the very fact that his enemies are free to employ the most
irresponsible and vile language against him without disappearing in the dead of night refutes the charge. Yet we have
taxpayer-funded PBS and NPR pushing the comparison hard ("Trump is the most dangerous figure in human history"), and, on the
same weekend, the man who handed the Democrats' nomination to Biden joining the absurdist chorus as one of CNN's most
prominent anchors accepts the comparison to Mussolini and even Hitler and moves along to the next topic.
Tapper scolds Trump for airport 'mini-rally' in Florida, but John Lewis crowds still ok. CNN activist Jake
Tapper got triggered when President Trump briefly spoke to a small group of supporters who had gathered on the tarmac at the
Tampa, Florida airport to greet him. Tapper fumed on Twitter: "Trump holds event with Florida supporters at Tampa
airport, with little distancing or mask-wearing." President Trump responded by noting that the gathering was not a
rally (otherwise there would've been a larger crowd), but a small group of Florida law enforcement officers who were there to
greet him. "Jake, this wasn't a Trump Rally, but rather a very successful gathering of the great Sheriffs and Law
Enforcement (of Florida) who gave me their unequivocal ENDORSEMENT," Trump tweeted. "No Defund the Police here.
Trump's Handling of The Virus Was Not a Failure. Do facts matter anymore? Has such intense and unabashed
hatred of President Donald Trump caused Democrat leaders to lose any semblance of sanity and let slip all grasp of reality,
or are they fully aware of their mendacity, to promulgate a false political narrative about the president's handling of the
virus in order to fool the American people into voting Trump out of office in November? On June 30th, House Speaker
Nancy Pelosi proclaimed Trump's handling of the virus to be a complete failure at a press conference: "Safety is first,
and people have families at home that they have to go home to, and they don't want to carry somebody else's virus there...
We are at a place now that we don't have to be. This is a president who doesn't want to wear a mask, who again called
the virus a hoax... science says, wear a mask, test, trace, keep your distance. The president doesn't support any of
that. He has events that are counter to that...this is a matter of life and death, and this administration has failed
The Editor says...
Ms. Pelosi says "safety is first." I disagree. Freedom and liberty are first. Safety is way down the
list. If the government circulates money, delivers the mail, defends the border, and enforces the law and the Constitution,
We the People — at least those of us who have been properly educated — can take care of our own safety.
The Editor says...
For an example of "a wanna-be dictator acting like a dictator," look no further
than Barack H. Obama.
If I Lose It's Because Trump Stole The Election. Joe Biden is leading in the polls by wide margins, but he's
already making excuses should he lose to Donald Trump in November. Namely, he's saying the president is planning to
somehow steal the election. Back in June, Biden told "Daily Show" host Trevor Noah that "It's my greatest concern, my
single greatest concern: This president is going to steal this election. This is a guy who said all mail-in
ballots are fraudulent, direct voting by mail, while he sits behind a desk in the Oval Office and writes his mail-in ballot
to vote in the primary." Earlier this month, Biden announced that he would deploy 600 lawyers and 10,000 volunteers to
fight against election "chicanery."
Biden Backers Demand Voters End Trump's 'Reign of Terror'. On Sunday afternoon's MSNBC Live with Alex Witt,
during a discussion of President Donald Trump's use of federal agents to counteract rioters in Portland and how it might
impact this year's presidential election, MSNBC contributor and liberal historian Jon Meacham conflated segregationist
Democrat George Wallace with non-segregationist Republican conservatives like Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and Barry
Goldwater. After Meacham encouraged viewers to vote against President Trump's "reign of terror" in November, MSNBC
Republican Michael Steele agreed with him and encouraged Democrats to turn out to vote against the President.
Biden's Buffoonery Upends the Left's Foundational Argument
on 'Systemic Racism'. In his zeal to throw every hyperbolic superlative at the wall to criticize Donald Trump,
Joe Biden has unwittingly undermined one of the foundational principles guiding the Democrats' attack on the American
system. The setting was yet another of Biden's basement video conferences watched by hardly anyone, except perhaps the
Trump campaign's war room which seems poised to point out every nonsensical utterance of the Democrats' presumptive nominee
for president. Biden, wishing to pile-on the already over-the-top "Trump is literally Hitler!" attacks on his opponent,
proclaimed that Trump is "the first racist president in history." It's a lie on multiple levels, which makes it so
perfectly Bidenesque. But, Biden making this claim has inspired a hilarious response from the radical left in the
Democratic Party, you know, Biden's base. You see, if Trump is our first racist president, then how can we possibly
have a "systemically racist" country and system of government?
campaign clarifies claim Trump 'first' racist president, after past slave owners noted. Joe Biden's campaign
has clarified a statement from the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee that President Trump is the "first" racist
president. "We've had racists, and they've existed, and they've tried to get elected president. But he's the
first one that has," Biden said during a virtual town hall event on Wednesday [7/22/2020]. Biden campaign senior
adviser Symone Sanders later issued a statement clarifying Biden's comments. "There have been a number of racist
American presidents, but Trump stands out — especially in modern history — because he made running on
racism and division his calling card and won," she said.
Biden Again Claims President Trump Will Try to 'Steal the Election'. For at least the second time, Joe Biden
has claimed President Trump will attempt to "steal" the November election. During a Thursday evening [7/23/2020]
virtual fundraiser, Biden said, "This president is going to try to indirectly steal the election by arguing that mail-in
ballots don't work," the Guardian reported. Biden claimed, without evidence, Trump will argue mail-in ballots are "not
real, they're not fair." Biden didn't mention Trump votes via absentee ballot. In June, Biden told The Daily Show
Trump will try to "steal" the election: [Video clip]
Latest Hoax — Trump Sending Nazi Brownshirts to Democrat Cities. The hatred of Donald Trump by the
Democrats and some Republicans knows no boundaries. It is depraved and desperate at the same time. The latest
attack on Donald Trump is pushing the meme that Trump is Hitler resurrected and is sending his "Nazi" storm troopers to
cities such as Portland in order to terrorize women and children who are engaged in simple peaceful protest. The newest
lie insists that Trump's storm troopers are acting like Pinochet's secret police and rounding up innocent people and shoving
them into black vans. The implication is that these poor, humble souls are being disappeared just because they want to
exercise their First Amendment rights.
Clinton suggests Roger Stone blackmailed Trump into commuting his prison sentence. Former Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton suggested Monday night that President Donald Trump commuted Roger Stone's prison sentence to prevent his
former adviser from revealing what happened during the 2016 election. Stone blackmailed the president, forcing Trump
into commuting the longtime GOP operative's sentence or risk having his former confidante turn on him, Clinton told MSNBC's
Joy Reid Monday night [7/20/2020]. "Well, I think it's pretty clear that Stone threatened him," Clinton said. "He
probably threatened him privately, but he also threatened him publicly about what he would say if he had to go to prison, and
this is a continuation of the cover-up."
is the first racist president, Biden says. Never mind the slaveholders: Joe Biden asserted that President
Trump is the first racist to be elected president. At a virtual event for the Service Employees International Union on
Wednesday, Biden received a question from a California-based SEIU member, a South Korean immigrant, who said that she no
longer says hello to strangers due to the coronavirus, citing racist reactions that she believed Trump's "China virus"
comments and attitudes contributed to. "What President Trump has done in going his — his spreading of
racism, the way he deals with people based on the color of their skin, their national origin, where they're from, is
absolutely sickening," Biden said.
Bobby Rush claims Trump 'wants to instigate a race war'. Democratic Rep. Bobby Rush on Wednesday accused
President Trump of wanting to "instigate a race war" so he could say he was the "grand wizard of the Klu Klux Klan."
"That's Trump's game plan. Trump wants to instigate a race war," the Illinois Democrat claimed during an appearance on
"The Joe Madison Show" on SiriusXM Wednesday morning [7/22/2020]. "So he can rise up and say, 'I'm the real grand
wizard of the Klu Klux Klan and I'm the President. Reelect me.' That's what he's trying to do. "He's trying
to play to the fears, to the racial animus that exists among certain White people, and he will do everything and anything to
do that, because he wants to be reelected at all costs," Rush continued.
dubs coronavirus the 'Trump virus'. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi referred to the coronavirus as the "Trump virus"
on Tuesday as cases spike across the country, The California Democrat did so as she criticized President Trump's response to
the pandemic. "I think with the president's comments today, he has recognized the mistakes that he has made by now
embracing mask-wearing and the recognition this is not a hoax, it is a pandemic that has gotten worse before it will get
better because of his inaction and, in fact, clearly, it is the Trump virus," Pelosi told CNN's Wolf Blitzer.
The Editor says...
Unless you're a public school student, it shouldn't be necessary to explain that President Trump did not create or import the
Communist Chinese virus, nor is he responsible for the rapid spread of the virus in New York nursing homes, or by spring
break revelers in Florida, drunken exhibitionists at Mardi Gras, or by Chinese workers in Italy.
Democrats' Self-Fulfilling Nightmare. The coming U.S. presidential election is affecting the present as if it
has already happened. For example, many pundits appear to know that Joe Biden has won. As Nobel Prize-winning
economist Paul Krugman tweeted, "where we are now: at this point, it will be almost impossible for Trump to win reelection
legitimately. It's quite possible, however, that he will try to steal the election. And if you don't think that
can happen, you're not paying attention." The mechanism for the electoral theft is naturally also known. The
Russians will steal the presidency for Trump.
left is laying the groundwork to challenge Trump's election. The polls currently show Biden in the lead, but
there are reasons to suspect their accuracy. For example, in 2016, at the same time during the election cycle the polls
also showed Hillary in the lead. Another problem is that many of the polls are national, which is irrelevant. We
don't have a national vote; we have fifty state votes, plus D.C. Whether Biden wins by one vote or three million votes in
California, he still gets the same number of electoral college votes. But the single most significant indicator that
the polls are untrustworthy is the fact that the Democrats are starting to lay the groundwork for rejecting Trump's possible
(or probable?) victory. If you thought the last three and a half years of "resistance" were terrible, as Al Jolson
would say, "You ain't seen nothing yet." The most prominent person to start getting ducks in a row for an attack
against Trump's victory is Hillary Clinton. Hillary, who has spent the last three-and-a-half years being the mother of
all sore losers, has announced that she thinks Trump, when he inevitably loses, will refuse to leave the White House.
Krugman says polls show it's 'impossible' for Trump to win, but just in case, here's how he cheated. Liberal
New York Times columnist Paul Krugman set off a wave of social media mockery and outrage for an unhinged thread on and
election conspiracy theory. In a long, mind-numbing thread posted on Twitter, Krugman announced that President Donald
Trump can not possibly win reelection "legitimately" and will therefore resort to trying to steal it. And while
Democrats including former Vice President Joe Biden and failed 2016 Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton have been dropping
commentary about Trump not accepting a loss in November, Krugman went on to theorize how it will unfold. "And if you
don't think that can happen, you're not paying attention," the Nobel-prize winning economist wrote as he kicked off his
Baldwin Claims Trump [is] Planning to Use Armed Force to 'Stop the Election in November'. Actor Alec Baldwin is
pushing a wild conspiracy theory that President Donald Trump could use armed force to stop the election in November.
The Hollywood star is basing his unfounded claim on the Department of Homeland Security's decision to deploy federal agents
in Portland, Oregon, to subdue violent rioters following weeks of urban chaos. "The 'police' activity in Portland, and
lack of outrage over/resistance to it tells us how Trump could stop the election in November. It's his only hope," Alec
Maxine: Trump, Supporters, Making Sure Blacks 'Do Not Rise To Any Level Of Influence And Power'.
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said on Sunday [7/12/2020] that President Trump and his supporters are all racist and are
actively working to keep black people down. Trump and his base "believe that it is their right and their responsibility
to ensure that blacks and people of color and others do not rise to any level of influence and power, significant that would
cause them not to be in total charge of the country," Waters said on MSNBC's "AM Joy."
The Editor says...
I find it difficult to believe that anyone derives much joy from watching "AM Joy."
It's All About November
3. As we look around at American society today, what do we see? A confusing mélange that
seems partly mindless, partly vicious. Our response to the latest Chinese import, the novel coronavirus —
what was that? How long will we be in sorting out the petty and sometimes murderous tyrannies enacted by various state
governors and other officials? [...] A new, flu-like virus is abroad in the land. The anti-Trump establishment goes to
work: How can we blame it on Trump? He shuts down flights from China at the end of January: charge him with being
racist and xenophobic. He consults experts. They tell him it is not a serious threat. He goes on television
and says that: hysteria! Then he swings into action, mobilizes American manufacturing prowess and turns out more
ventilators, protective gear, testing kits, and new therapies than anyone thought possible. The curve flattens.
The political weapon that was COVID-19 falters. No problem. Declare a race war! Smash up the storefronts.
Tammy Duckworth Goes
on Bizarre Rant About Trump's Speech, Cites 'Dead Traitors' and Russia. Sen. Tammy Duckworth went on CNN
this morning [7/5/2020] to make it clear that her party can't be counted on to protect even the most basic tenets of America,
including the idea that statues of George Washington shouldn't be torn down. [...] They can't keep this charade up
forever. In fact, I'd suggest it's already been exposed. Trump's speech was not about Confederate monuments and
everyone knows it. We can all see the video from last night of a Columbus statue being destroyed in Baltimore. We
can see Boston pulling down their Lincoln statue and George Washington being desecrated with red paint to symbolize
blood. In short, Americans are not stupid and pretending that this is just about Confederate generals stopped being
persuasive a long time ago. Duckworth knows this, but she's too scared of the political consequences to actually
address the real issue. In fact, when she is asked specifically about George Washington monuments being destroyed, she
tacitly endorses the behavior.
Duckworth and Most of the Press Are Lying about Trump's Speech. Senator Tammy Duckworth says that, during his
address at Mount Rushmore on Friday, President Trump "spent all his time talking about dead traitors." This is a flat-out
lie. It is entirely untrue. It is invented from whole cloth. You can read the speech [elsew]here and see
for yourself. One doesn't have to like President Trump — or to have enjoyed his speech — in order
to acknowledge that Duckworth is lying. One needs only to read what was said.
Blames GOP for Russian Annexation of Crimea During Obama Admin. Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.)
on Wednesday blamed Russia's annexation of Crimea on Republicans, though the invasion took place on President Barack Obama's
watch. Pelosi slammed President Donald Trump and Republicans for their alleged inability to face Russian
aggression — and tied them to President Barack Obama's appeasement of Moscow. "You just described, not only
for the president, but the Republicans in Congress, dereliction of duty," Pelosi told MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace.
Rice Accidentally Proved Barack Obama (Not Trump) Is Guilty of Dereliction of Duty. Rice's argument is belied
by the facts. The intelligence wasn't simply "raw" or "unverified." An "intelligence official with direct knowledge"
told Catherine Herridge of CBS News that intel on alleged Russian bounties only reached "low levels" of the NSC but "did not
go further" because it was deemed "uncorroborated" and because of "dissent" within the intelligence community regarding its
accuracy. The Department of Defense also said there was no corroborating evidence for the Russian bounties claim.
An NSC official also told Herridge that a review of Trump's Presidential Daily Briefings showed that the intelligence
assessment about the Russian bounties was not included in them. If the intelligence was disputed and uncorroborated, it
seems very unlikely that anyone would have made a point to inform Trump about this intelligence. If presidents were
made aware of every bit of disputed and uncorroborated intelligence there was, one can only imagine how little time there
would be for anything else. Nevertheless, Rice concludes that Trump is guilty of dereliction of duty.
Bolton Gets Caught Lying About Trump and the Russian Bounty Story. This couldn't be. I'm assured that
John Bolton is a man of virtue who would never abscond from the truth for political and financial gain. Well, that
theory is getting tested as it appears Bolton has gotten caught in a lie about the recent Russian Bounty story that the media
are running wild with. For background, the narrative is essentially that Trump was briefed on Russians paying bounties
for U.S. troop deaths to the Taliban but did not take action. This is supposed to feed the "Trump luvs Putin" narrative
that seems to be the only thing Democrats have left to push. To be sure, there's still no actual evidence any of this happened.
Gutfeld Rips Juan Williams When He Tries To Blame Inner-City Violence On Trump. Fox News host Greg Gutfeld tore
into Juan Williams on Friday's "The Five" after his co-host tried to blame President Donald Trump for inner-city
violence. Gutfeld had just concluded a monologue slamming white antifa "laughable losers" and stating that he had more
in common with "black winners than white losers." "What ties us together is achievement and not grievance," Gutfeld
said. "So white winners and black winners are on the same side, and stay away from the white losers because they are
poisoning the minds of everybody. That will end racism if all the winners of every race and color joined together and
laugh at the losers."
Spreads Dangerous Misinformation, Claims President Trump Urging People to "Inject Lysol and Drink Bleach".
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Wednesday spread dangerous misinformation and claimed President Trump is urging people to
"inject Lysol and drink bleach." President Trump in April during a presser was referring to discussions of testing
ultraviolet light on patients and possibly using the light inside the body. [...] So Pelosi once again twisted President
Trump's words and took him out of context. "Trump and Republicans still don't have a plan — unless you count
trying to destroy our health care in the courts while urging us to inject Lysol and drink bleach." Pelosi's team tweeted on
Wednesday in response to the Trump Administration's efforts in the courts to dismantle Obamacare.
'Trump Is Guilty' — The House Proved Him Guilty. Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press," House
Intelligence Committee chairman Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) discussed the allegations in the new book by former national
security adviser John Bolton and the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. According to the California Democrat,
Trump has already been proven "guilty" by the U.S. House of Representatives.
House says CNN refuses to give them airtime to refute scandalous claims detailed on Bolton's book. More and
more, CNN seems to be doing away with any pretense that it's an actual news outlet when it comes to covering President Donald
Trump. Casual viewers may be excused if they believe the network dedicates 24/7 coverage to destroying the Trump
presidency, as it is all bad news all the time when it comes to the nations' 45th president. After giving disgruntled
former national security adviser John Bolton's new book red carpet treatment, a book that features enough scandalous
allegations against Trump to ensure brisk sales — one such claim being that he asked China to help him with the
2020 election — CNN apparently had little interest in offering the administration an opportunity to refute the
claims. That's according to a spokesman who spoke the Washington Free
Trump is no racist.
Trump's classification as a racist — if any recent U.S. president was a racist, it was Barack Hussein Obama, who
had been formed by his personal friend Rev. Jeremiah Wright; the latter's preaching frequently slandered whites, Jews,
and America itself — has been exploited by the left as a result of the George Floyd murder and the police handling
of the riots. [...] The truth of the matter is that according to the latest Rasmussen tracking poll, 41% of black Americans
more or less approve of the president's overall all job performance; it was 40% in the fall of 2018. As reported by the
Washington Examiner, according to a Monmouth University poll: • 72% of African-Americans are satisfied
with their local police departments; • 21% of African-Americans are very satisfied with the local
police; • Only 17% of the public says that the actions of protesters, including the burning of a police
precinct, sparked by the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, are fully justified.
accuse Trump of racism for planning rally on 'Juneteenth' in Tulsa. Democrats accused President Trump of racism
Thursday for scheduling his next campaign rally on the "Juneteenth" anniversary of slavery's end, in Tulsa,
Oklahoma — site of one of the worst massacres of blacks in U.S. history. "This isn't just a wink to white
supremacists — he's throwing them a welcome home party," tweeted Sen. Kamala D. Harris, California Democrat
and a contender to become running mate for Democratic nominee Joseph R. Biden[.]
The Editor says...
Is Tulsa off-limits to whites on Juneteenth?
Todd Parrots Idea That the Nation 'Will Not Survive' Trump Reelection. In the past, Chuck Todd has railed
against hyperbole, misinformation and GOP "alternative facts." But on Sunday, he seemed quite enamored with the apocalyptic
sentiment that America "will not survive" a Donald Trump reelection. NAACP president and CEO Derrick Johnson appeared
on the YouTube-only portion of Meet the Press. He warned, "This nation, not only African-American community, we will
not survive if there is a continuation of this administration." Rather than commit the act of journalism and challenge his
guest Todd marveled, "Strong words, President Johnson. Those are very strong words. 'We will not survive if there's
Waters Freaks Out: Remove Trump 'Before this Would-Be Dictator Takes Us All Down'. Rep. Maxine
Waters (D-CA) on Friday, an outspoken progressive politician who has publicly demanded President Trump's removal from office,
wondered if anyone in Trump's cabinet would invoke the 25th amendment "before this would-be dictator takes us all
down." Waters, as demonstrators across the country began to take to the streets for Friday night protests, proclaimed
that Trump is "amassing the power of a dictator" and asked if any "brave" figure within his cabinet "would move to initiate
the 25th amendment to remove him from office."
The Editor says...
When Barack H. Obama conducted himself like a dictator,
Rep. Maxine Waters raised no objections.
Media Are Lying To You About Everything, Including The Riots. [Scroll down] Every once in a while, you
get a pundit who's so bad at lying, so unconvincing in his role as a serious newsman, the mask slips. Often, that
pundit is CNN's Don Lemon, a not-very-bright man with a penchant for letting his mask slip — like when he lost it
on-air laughing at a stupid joke about how Trump supporters are ignorant rubes. On Sunday [5/31/2020], as American
cities were burning and looters were rampaging through the streets, Lemon implored America, "Open your eyes. We are
teetering on a dictatorship." He didn't mean a dictatorship of the mob, which would have actually made sense given the
facts. No, for Lemon and his CNN colleagues the real threat is Trump, who had the audacity to declare that if mayors
and governors couldn't get their cities under control, he would.
The Nuclear Demagoguery of the Obama Administration in Exile.
Donald Trump is "blundering toward nuclear chaos." That's the verdict rendered by the organization Global Zero, which
received a signal boost on Wednesday from National Security Action, an advocacy group founded by Obama administration alumni
Ben Rhodes and Jake Sullivan. [...] But maintaining a heightened sense of trepidation around the Trump administration's
approach to nuclear diplomacy and deterrence requires the omission of some details that might otherwise reassure anxious
Americans. First, the administration's decisions to abandon protocols like Open Skies and the INF Treaty are unlikely
to appreciably heighten tensions with Moscow, in part, because the U.S. was the only party observing them. During the
Obama administration, Russia regularly violated the terms of the Open Skies accord by limiting America's capacity to overfly
Russian territory and survey its facilities, assets, and deployments — a fact the State Department complained
about in 2015.
Rage over President Trump's Church Walk: Trump Is a 'Fascist'. Prominent leftists on Monday [6/1/2020]
raged over President Trump's walk to St. John's Episcopal Church after authorities cleared out protesters in the area
around Lafayette Park, accusing the president of having demonstrators "viciously attacked" for a "photo op" and deeming him a
"fascist." The president concluded his Rose Garden address by announcing his intention to "pay my respects to a very, very
special place." From there, Trump departed, walking to the historic church that rioters targeted on Sunday night.
Waters Says Trump Only Cares About 'White Power Pep Rallies'. Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Ca., took to Twitter
last week to criticize President Trump's coronavirus response and said he has little interest in COVID-19 deaths and more
focused on going back to his "white power pep rallies." Waters, who once said Trump should be put in "solitary confinement"
because impeachment is "not good enough," has joined the chorus of Democrats looking to blame the president in an apparent
effort to gain support as the November election approaches.
Course COVID-19 Deaths Aren't a 'Trump Death Toll'. Does anyone seriously think that if Donald Trump were not
president, the coronavirus pandemic would have never hit America? The super PAC Democratic Coalition — which
supports presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden — apparently does, because it has launched a series of ads
describing deaths from the coronavirus as the "Trump Death Toll."
On Trump-Hatred: It's hard not to notice the
plan: Portray Trump as dangerous and as a bigot. Think of the repeating narratives in the media we have had now for four years:
Trump is unhinged.
Trump is chaotic.
Trump is mean-spirited.
Trump is so crazy he needs to be removed from office.
Trump is a racist.
Trump approves of the KKK.
Trump is a misogynist.
Trump hates gays.
Trump is the worst person ever.
Trump has never done anything right.
This was the Hillary campaign's design; proclaim why it was mandatory to hate Trump.
To Mitch McConnell: You Won't Get Judges If You Don't Hold Resistance Accountable For Russia Hoax. For
three years, a false and dangerous narrative of treasonous collusion with Russia to steal the 2016 election was woven
throughout the media and government. This conspiracy theory harmed international relations, domestic governance, and
the lives of many individuals. It ended when a special counsel probe was finally forced to admit in 2019 that there was
no evidence that any American had colluded with Russia to steal the 2016 election, much less anyone close to President Donald
Trump. Debunking this false narrative was for many years left to a very small band of reporters and congressional
investigators. Most of the attention-getting congressional work was done on the House side, including the revelation
that Hillary Clinton's campaign had secretly paid for the false narrative and that there was serious abuse of the Foreign
Intelligence Surveillance Act in how the government secured wiretaps to spy on Trump campaign affiliates.
The FBI Did a Hatchet
Job in Their 302 Report on Michael Flynn, and Some Familiar Names Were Involved. The Trump-Russia collusion story was a
myth. It was a manufactured lie peddled by the liberal media that engulfed the nation for over two years. In many ways, we're
not over it. There are still hordes of liberals so deranged, so mind-broken over the 2016 election, that they think the Russian
colluded with Trump to tilt the race. Not true. There is no evidence this ever occurred. None. That's why every
single bombshell was a nothingburger. The report from the Mueller probe, which needs a review of its own in the wake of the Flynn fallout,
said there was no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion. It also tore the heart out of the document that started this whole circus:
the Trump dossier. An unverified piece of political opposition research compiled by ex-British spook Christopher Steele and funded by
the Democrats and the Hillary Clinton campaign. The Department of Justice Inspector General's Office also delivered a kill shot
to this document in their report about FISA abuses during the Obama administration.
vaunted Evelyn Farkas admitted she was lying all along on MSNBC — transcripts. Was there ever a
swamp thing more celebrated in the press for her 'integrity' than former Obama administration defense official Evelyn
Farkas? The former Hillary Clinton advisor now running for retiring Rep. Nita Lowey's congressional seat from
Chappaqua, New York, home of the Clintons, was one of the very first to declare, on MSNBC and elsewhere, that she knew all
about Donald Trump's collusion with the Russians. [...] But maybe the biggest outrage of this whole thing is that she claimed
she knew for sure that Trump was in bed with the Russians, even though she left her post in 2015. However, when Congress
put her under oath about such claims, she admitted she lied.
Defense Official Evelyn Farkas Admitted She Lied On MSNBC About Having Evidence Of Collusion. Former Obama
administration defense official Evelyn Farkas testified under oath that she lied during an MSNBC interview when she claimed
to have evidence of alleged collusion, a newly declassified congressional transcript of her testimony shows. Farkas
testified before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence on June 26, 2017, as part of the committee's
investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election between Donald Trump and former Secretary of State
Hillary Clinton. Lawmakers keyed in on an appearance Farkas made on MSNBC on March 2, 2017, in which she urged
intelligence community bureaucrats to disseminate within the government and potentially even leak to media any incriminating
information they had about Trump or his aides.
Trump Did NOT Say We Should
Inject Ourselves With Disinfectant, He Said The Opposite. Talk about Trump derangement syndrome. During
Thursday's CoronaVirus task force press conference, Bill Bryan, who leads the Science and Technology group at the Department
of Homeland Security, talked about the findings of a scientific study they conducted indicating that the virus is killed by
solar light and disinfectants. The President asked if there were ways for that information to be used to help humans,
and many in the media went crazy, saying Trump suggested we inject ourselves with disinfectant. Actually, the President
did not say we should inject ourselves with disinfectant, he said the exact opposite.
Didn't Tell People to Drink Drano or Inject Lysol! Now, another controversy that sprung up out there that
happens — I don't know — at least once a week. The Drive-By Media is attempting to persuade and
convince people that Donald Trump told people to drink Drano at the White House press briefing yesterday [4/23/2020].
That Donald Trump told people to go out and get a syringe and inject Clorox in their arms, and that this could be dangerous,
that Donald Trump is killing people now in the White House press briefing. There was a reporter from the Washington
Post in the briefing. He brought a guy out who explained what temperature and humidity do to the coronavirus when it is
exposed to them. And the conclusion was that high humidity and high temperature — exactly what Trump told us
back in February, by the way, and exactly what the medical people told us: That the virus has a tough time surviving in
high temperatures — this is outside — and high humidity.
Issues PSA In Response To False Social Media Claims About Trump's Comments. In response to "speculation and
social media activity" surrounding President Trump's questions about new findings during the coronavirus briefing Thursday,
RB, the maker of Lysol and Dettol, felt compelled to issue a public service announcement warning against "improper use of
disinfectants." "Due to recent speculation and social media activity, RB (the makers of Lysol and Dettol) has been
asked whether internal administration of disinfectants may be appropriate for investigation or use as a treatment for
coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2)," reads RB's PSA issued in response to false claims about Trump's comments on potential treatment
methods. "As a global leader in health and hygiene products, we must be clear that under no circumstance should our
disinfectant products be administered into the human body (through injection, ingestion or any other route)."
Claims Trump Will Try to Postpone Presidential Election. Presumptive Democratic Party presidential nominee
former Vice President Joe Biden said during a "virtual" fundraiser Thursday evening that he believes his Republican opponent
President Donald Trump will try to postpone the November presidential election, according to a pool report.
Inslee: Trump's Call to 'Liberate' States Could Lead to 'Violence'. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee (D)
on Friday [4/18/2020] accused President Donald Trump of encouraging "illegal and dangerous acts" that could lead to
"violence" by calling on states to be liberated from stay-at-home orders implemented due to the Chinese coronavirus
pandemic. "The president's statements this morning encourage illegal and dangerous acts. He is putting millions
of people in danger of contracting COVID-19. His unhinged rantings and calls for people to "liberate" states could also
lead to violence. We've seen it before," Inslee said in a statement.
The Editor says...
Washington state is notorious for political violence — from the left! Examples abound:
claims Trump withholding the WHO funds is 'illegal' and will be 'swiftly challenged'. House Speaker Nancy
Pelosi claimed Wednesday that President Donald Trump's decision to temporarily halt funding to the World Health Organization
while his administration conducted a review of the agency's handling of the coronavirus outbreak is "illegal." In addition,
the California Democrat promised the president's decision would be "challenged" immediately. "This is another case, as
I have said, of the President's ineffective response, that 'a weak person, a poor leader, takes no responsibility. A weak
person blames others.' This decision is dangerous, illegal and will be swiftly challenged," Pelosi said Wednesday [4/15/2020]
in a statement.
House Officials Counter Pelosi's Claim That Trump's WHO Cuts Are 'Illegal'. White House officials are refuting
Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi's claim that cutting funding to the World Health Organization (WHO) is "illegal."
Officials in the Office of Management and Budget explained to the Daily Caller that WHO's funding was approved by Congress as
part of a larger lump sum statutorily allocated for "international organizations." The White House has discretion over which
organizations to send that money to, with past decisions resulting in the budgeting WHO received. An official explained
that the funding allocation is broken down into two groups: assessed dues and voluntary contributions made at the agency
level. WHO's assessed dues, according to OMB, can be immediately halted because a treaty doesn't exist that legally
binds the United States to WHO.
and Democrats try to pin economic crash on Trump. The health of the economy was President Trump's best argument
for reelection just a month ago, but now, in the chaos generated by the coronavirus pandemic, Democrats see it as a weakness
to be exploited. With unemployment soaring and businesses shuttered, Democrats have a new opportunity to attack Trump
for what was once his greatest strength. Even if Trump is able to convince voters in the months ahead that he's handled
the public health response to the pandemic properly, he faces the risk that Democrats could successfully blame him for the
ensuing economic misery.
Bob Ferguson claims Trump could delay 2020 election, Republicans demand apology. In an email to supporters,
Attorney General Bob Ferguson warned that President Donald Trump could try to delay the November election to stay in
power. The chairman of the Washington State Republican Party responded by saying Ferguson should apologize, accusing
him of trying to fundraise off fears over coronavirus. "That email from Bob Ferguson really is a scam and he should
apologize," said WA GOP Chair Caleb Heimlich.
Left's Ugly Reaction to Hydroxychloroquine. A widely shared, four-person-bylined, "wow"-provoking New York
Times story today [4/7/2020] informs us that Donald Trump is personally benefiting from his "aggressive advocacy" of the
anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine because he owns stock in one of the companies that manufacture the drug. The story
might be one of the most ridiculous articles published by mainstream media in the Trump era — though, admittedly,
the field is highly competitive. But while knee-jerk anti-Trumpism is expected, the angry obsession over the
president's championing of hydroxychloroquine is uniquely ugly.
Trump Can Lead U.S. Back To Work, Democrats Will Have Shot Their Bolt. [Scroll down] Trish Regan rightly
saw that the press and official Democrats were going to attack Mr. Trump from every angle on the issue — for
dismissing it at first (as they did themselves) and moving too slowly to expand testing facilities (even as Abbott Laboratories
brought out an easy and swift testing device), and by claiming the president was an anti-science moron until he assembled a
strong professional task force to manage the crisis. They criticized his championship of hydroxychloroquine until
New York governor Andrew Cuomo revealed on Monday [4/6/2020] that he was dispensing it to tens of thousands of New Yorkers
with initial success. Mika Brzezinski on MSNBC had already declared that we should "follow the money," and implied
that the president had a financial interest in that drug, a decades-old malaria remedy. This was so grossly defamatory,
it could pass as criminal slander if the president wanted to press his rights.
leftist fever swamps are accusing Trump of killing African-Americans. In January, impeachment-mad Democrats
weren't paying much attention to events in Wuhan, China. The Chinese government said everything was under control, and
the World Health Organization told the world "it is not yet a global health emergency." When Trump reacted to events in
China, he was called a xenophobe. Since then, no matter what Trump has done, Democrats claim he's in the wrong.
The accusations have run the gamut from xenophobia, to stupidity, to trying to profit from the disease. Now, though,
the hardcore Trump haters have a new insult: He's committing genocide against African-Americans.
The Editor says...
If you are worried about genocide against African-Americans, you should turn your attention
to this page.
Any Evidence, 'Morning Joe' Suggests Trump May Have Financial Tie to Malaria Drug. If you've been watching
President Donald Trump's daily White House press briefings, you've likely noticed the president is fighting a war on two
fronts. On one hand, he is attempting to guide the country through a battle against a foreign contagion that is not
only killing thousands of Americans but also putting millions more out of work. On the other hand, Trump is fighting a
separate war against members of the establishment media, many of whom sit in chairs in the briefing room cloaked as
journalists — ready to strike with their baited questions and hateful insinuations.
on Trump Pushing Hydroxychloroquine: 'There's Got to Be Some Sort of Financial Tie'. Monday, MSNBC "Morning
Joe" co-host Mike Brzezinski reacted to President Donald Trump's Sunday press conference with the White House coronavirus
task force discussing the coronavirus pandemic. Host Joe Scarborough noted Trump is "pushing an unproven drug" in
hydroxychloroquine to help combat the virus. Brzezinski then speculated Trump continues pushing the drug because
"there's got to be some sort of financial tie to someone somewhere."
Latest Lies Against Trump and American Capitalism. At this Wednesday's press briefing by President Trump and
his Coronavirus Task Force, President Trump was asked one of the most insulting questions that he has ever been asked during
his presidency — and that's saying something. A "reporter" wanted to know, "how many deaths are acceptable?"
The president's response was firm and direct: "How many? None. Okay? How many deaths are acceptable
to me? None. Okay? None, if that's your question." [...] The question is sinister because it is a thinly
veiled way of pushing the left's latest false narrative against President Trump — he is more interested in
prematurely pumping up the economy to bolster his re-election campaign than he is in saving lives. The message also is
that greedy capitalists care more about profits than human life.
campaign threatens to sue networks airing ad claiming he called coronavirus a 'hoax'. President Trump's
reelection campaign has threatened to sue television networks if they continued airing a political ad the president's team
claims is "misleading." Priorities USA, a liberal super PAC, crafted the ad, titled "Exponential Threat," which has caused
a stir among Trump's campaign. The ad spliced together comments the president has made regarding the coronavirus
throughout the ongoing pandemic alongside a graphic depicting the rise in cases in the United States. A recent remark
from Trump is highlighted in the ad, which is airing on networks in battleground states such as Florida, Michigan, Minnesota,
Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin, and shows him appearing to call the coronavirus a "hoax."
Super PAC Ad Accuses Trump Of Failure In Handling Coronavirus, Spreads 'Hoax' Claim. A super PAC ad supporting
2020 presidential candidate Joe Biden accused President Donald Trump of failure concerning the coronavirus pandemic.
The seven-figure ad, created by pro-Biden Unite the Country PAC, will reportedly run nationally on select broadcast and cable
programs except for Fox News. "Crisis Comes" discusses past crises that the United States has experienced, referencing
how former Presidents Barack Obama, George W. Bush and Ronald Reagan handled them. "Crisis comes to every
presidency — we don't blame them for that," the ad said. "What matters is how they handle it."
The Editor says...
By all means, let's talk about the way Barack H. Obama handled H1N1.
Jake Tapper Admits He Allowed Ocasio-Cortez to Lie About Trump. CNN's Jake Tapper is admitting he knew
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) told a lie about President Trump on his Sunday show and he chose to not challenge
or correct her. This is a remarkable admission from an increasingly unstable CNN anchor, who just last week demanded
the American president stop communicating directly with the American people.
Check: Joe Biden Claims We Have Coronavirus Because of Trump. Former vice president Joe Biden claimed on
Twitter on Thursday that the U.S. is "paying the price" of coronavirus because President Trump "eliminated" an office that
dealt with pandemics. Biden is wrong — very wrong. This falsehood almost deserves an entirely separate
category of ignominy because of its ability to divide and frighten people in the middle of a crisis that requires social
cooperation and trust. The truth — as explained earlier this week in the Washington Post by former
National Security Council official Tim Morrison — is that the office was combined with others in a reorganiztion
that "left the biodefense staff unaffected."
MSNBC Legal Analyst Claims President
Trump Could Be Charged With Murder Over Handling of Chinese Wuhan Virus. As with so much else that has been
thrown at President Trump, the allegations of misfeasance and malfeasance melt away under any scrutiny. No, President
Trump didn't disband the NSC's capability to deal with pandemics. No President Trump didn't cause the delay in
developing a US test kit. Yes, President Trump has removed bureaucratic impediments to approval of testing
devices. Yes, the US has produced a vaccine ready for Phase I clinical trials in stunning, record-breaking 45-days from
concept to first test. Now we have a new claim. Donald Trump is a murderer.
of Independents Aren't On Board With Media's Politicization of the Wuhan Virus. "Never let a crisis go to
waste." That famous quote has become a hard rule in the left's playbook and they use it to the point of abusing it. It
doesn't matter what it is, be it the loss of innocent life at the hands of a madman or a pandemic that started in a foreign
country and now threatens ours. The media has been working overtime to see to it that the Wuhan virus pandemic that has
swept the globe is a consistent weight on Trump's presidency. Be it telling flat-out lies about Trump's actions or
declaring Trump racist for calling the virus by the very name the leftist mainstream media had been calling it for weeks, the
left is out to make the Coronavirus a sickness that infects the Trump presidency as it infects the American citizenry,
hurting its citizens by health or by economic means.
Democrats are trying to create another "fine people" hoax against Trump. We all know that Democrats, in the
media and politics, lie about Trump. The most famous is the assertion that President Trump called white supremacists
"fine people." That hoax's reach perfectly exemplifies the old American saying that "falsehood will fly from Maine to
Georgia, while truth is pulling her boots on." Even though it's been repeatedly, and definitively, debunked, myriad people
will state with fervor that Trump is a racist who loves Neo-Nazis. With coronavirus in the air and an election looming,
the same culprits behind the "fine people" hoax are now trying to tar Trump with a different hoax. This one is the
claim that he and John Bolton, while the latter was his national security adviser, dissolved the department in charge of
dealing with possible pandemics.
Ways the Left Has Politicized the Coronavirus Pandemic. [#8] Rampant lying about Trump's response: A
pandemic is no time for politics. We didn't see Republicans politicize the H1N1 outbreak, but sadly, Democrats have
different priorities than the greater good. Democrats are in the middle of a coordinated effort to blame the pandemic
on Trump, even though it was congressional Democrats who were distracted by their own efforts to impeach him while the Trump
administration was actually doing something about the outbreak. [...] Mike Bloomberg bought three minutes of airtime to
address the public and blame Trump for the outbreak. Both Bloomberg and Joe Biden claimed that the Trump administration
cut all budget increases to the CDC and NIH made by the Obama administration, an allegation the Associated Press determined
to be false. What good can come from falsely accusing Trump of hampering our country's coronavirus
readiness? None, unless you're trying to oust Trump.
Year Obsession with Overthrowing Trump Administration Has Left Democrats in Chaos. Having been shocked by
Donald Trump's electoral victory in 2016, Democrats returned to the formula of sustained media attack, outrage and harassment
used against GOP Presidents and candidates for 28 years. Even before his inauguration, Democrats began hurling wild
accusations that President Trump is a Russian spy, is a racist against blacks, Hispanics and Muslims, colluded with Russia to
cheat Hillary, violated campaign finance laws regarding an adult film actress and also with his inauguration committee,
violated the Logan Act, obstructed justice, violated the Emoluments Clause of the Constitution (allegedly profiting from his
office) as well as numerous lawsuits against his administration, his businesses and himself, personally as well as physical
attacks against his properties and his supporters. For the first time in over a generation, these Democrat and media
"outrage" attacks had no effect.
Threat to Our Democracy During Coronavirus. From the moment that President Trump was elected, we have been
battered by the percussion of a steady drumbeat amplifying the repeated mantra that "Donald Trump is a threat to our
democracy." [...] Every initiative Trump has undertaken has been done through proper legal channels. [...] Trump a
dictator? A threat to democracy? Ha! When he loses, he has his Justice Department appeal. When they
get squashed by the Clinton-Obama Judges, he asks his team to appeal to a higher court. When the Ninth stuffs him, he
appeals to the highest court in the land. Sometimes he wins, and he is happy. Sometimes he loses, and he is
frustrated. And he moves on. Rarely — if ever — before has a President's fealty to the
Constitution been as sorely tested as Donald Trump has encountered.
Sanders Warns Deaths From Coronavirus Could Exceed 400,000. Never let it be said that Bernie Sanders isn't
doing his level best to spread fear and panic across America. At a doom-and-gloom press conference today, Sanders
pleaded with Trump to pay for everyone to be tested for COVID-19, demanded paid leave for all, and generally transplanted his
political agenda onto the coronavirus response that the U.S. should make. How convenient. But most of all,
Sanders is telling Americans that they are in grave danger because the president has fallen down on the job. And the
ultimate cost of Trump's incompetence will be hundreds of thousands of dead.
'We have the most dangerous person in the history of our country sitting in the White House'. No other American
has been as dangerous to the country as President Trump, according to the speaker of the House. Nancy Pelosi blasted
the president in an interview with Variety published Tuesday [3/3/2020] and urged Democrats to come together for the
2020 election to ensure that Trump becomes a single-term president. [...] The California Democrat said her biggest beef with
the president was that he does not respect the Constitution. She claimed that Trump's pattern of lying could harm
children around the country, a line she won't let be crossed.
The Editor says...
To see an example of a habitually lying U.S. President,
look no further than Barack H. Obama. Likewise, Obama
has no regard at all for the Constitution.
There's a reason this guy is known as "Meat-head." Rob
Reiner: If Dems Don't Take Out Trump in 2020 We Will Lose Our Democracy and Earth. Director and actor Rob
Reiner warned Monday on MSNBC's "All In" that if the Democratic presidential nominee does not beat President Donald Trump in
2020, America will lose our Democracy to Trump's authoritarianism. Reiner also said the earth would become
uninhabitable due to inaction on global warming.
Obama Waited Until 'Millions' [were] Infected and 1000 Dead in U.S. Before Declaring H1N1 Emergency. "Let's call it Trumpvirus,"
urged a New York Times opinion writer conspiratorially. Nancy Pelosi groused that President Trump waited too long to attack the coronavirus
(COVID-19) and then impetuously declared he couldn't have leftover and unspent Ebola virus money to fight it, while Senator Chuck Schumer
looked down his nose and over his glasses to intone that it was the end of the world and the president hadn't spent enough money to stop the
scourge. Joe Biden and Michael Bloomberg have both been called out for politicizing the virus. [...] They're praying for a pandemic filled
with infected people and decimation of the stock market just to fix Trump's wagon in his re-election campaign, now that the whole
Russian-secret-agent and peeing-hooker story went belly-up. They just know that he's such a dummy that it wouldn't ever occur
to him to stop air travel from an infected nation, increase screenings, involuntarily quarantine those infected with the virus when they
were repatriated and seek a vaccine now. Oh, wait, he has done all of those things and was called a racist for doing it.
Democrats and the virus: Truth is hard, propaganda is cheap!. The Democrats have truly lost their
minds. For years they have wailed about how our borders should all be open, there should be no walls. When
President Trump six weeks ago banned travelers from China, they called him a racist, of course. Now that the virus has
spread, they are blaming him, accusing him of an anemic response. Wrong. The country has a pandemic plan in
place, no matter who is president, but Trump has been on the case since China informed the world of the virus breakout.
A task force to address this virus has been in place for at least a month. They've accused Trump of cutting the budget
of the CDC and NIH. Even AP shows that he did not.
Dean: Trump Would Give Alaska Back If Putin Asked. Former Gov. Howard Dean (D-VT) said Sunday on
CNN's "State of the Union" that if Russian President Vladimir Putin asked for the state of Alaska back, President Donald
Trump would give it to him. The United States purchased Alaska from Russia in 1867 for $7.2 million.
Van Dyke Backs Bernie Sanders: Four More Years of Trump Is the End of Democracy. Hollywood writer-singer-dancer
Dick Van Dyke formally backed Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) in a video endorsement on Friday [2/21/2020], warning voters that
another four years of President Trump will effectively end American democracy. Sanders, 78, touted the video endorsement
from the Mary Poppins legend, 94, in an apparent effort to appeal to older voters. Van Dyke described himself in the video
endorsement as a "very enthusiastic" Sanders supporter and warned that American democracy will cease to exist if Trump wins the
election in November.
Sentencing Ends Russia Collusion, Part I. The Roger Stone sentencing farce is as fitting an end to the Russia
Collusion saga as one could conjure up ... though it might be more fitting to call it the end of Russia Collusion, Part I.
No sooner did the first flick conclusively bomb than the media-Democrat complex was issuing the casting call for Russia Collusion,
Part II. In the sequel, you're asked to believe that Putin is manipulating the chesspieces to steal a second term for
President Trump — somehow preferring an incumbent who beefs up the U.S. armed forces, pressures NATO allies to beef up
theirs, imposes painful sanctions on Moscow, provides lethal aid to Ukraine, ramps up U.S. energy production, and seeks to thwart the
Kremlin's coveted natural-gas partnership with Germany, over an unabashed socialist who honeymooned in the Soviet Union and whose
policies would wreck the American economy, end the resurgence of American energy production, and hollow out the American armed
forces. It's a lunatic plot.
Goes Off on Democrats' Latest Claim Russia is Trying to Help Him Win 2020 Election. Deep Staters in the intel
community and (Adam Schiff?) are at it again — leaking and spinning in order to harass President Trump in an
attempt to derail his re-election efforts. A new leak to the New York Times claims intel officials warned House
lawmakers last week that Russia was interfering in the 2020 campaign to try to get Trump reelected. The New York Times
article offered no proof of its claims and sounded like an old story from 2016 cleverly rewritten (by Adam Schiff?) to sound
shiny and new.
Brazile Gets Reminded of Some Inconvenient 2016 History After Saying Trump Will 'Cheat' in 2020. [E]ven though
Trump was impeached by House Democrats on that issue, he was acquitted in the GOP-controlled Senate and is now actually in
better shape politically now than when the impeachment inquiry was declared last September. Naturally, this infuriates
longtime Democratic operatives like Donna Brazile, who on Twitter Tuesday shared an Atlantic article written by former Obama
senior speechwriter Sarada Peri, who tried to make the case that Trump is "going to cheat" in 2020: [...] Anyone familiar
with Brazile's documented 2016 antics on behalf of Hillary Clinton will understand that her leveling a "cheating" accusation
against anyone is the very definition of a self-awareness fail.
The Absurd 'Trump Is a Tyrant'
Trope. A major reason the Democrats and their media allies have failed to bring down the President, or
seriously impede his agenda, is their refusal to abandon the caricature of Trump they created during the 2016 election.
The most absurd feature of that image involves the claim that he is some sort of autocrat. It is all but impossible to
read a daily newspaper, watch a network newscast, or visit a social media site without being told that his totalitarian
behavior is destroying democracy. The Washington Post, for example, warned us Friday [2/14/2020] that our
justice system is being trampled beneath Donald Trump's tyrannical foot.
Sheila Jackson Lee Rails Against Trump Budget as Racist, Claims It Invokes Slavery. Democrats seem to term
everything racist, especially when it has anything to do with Republicans or President Donald Trump, whether it makes sense
or not. Some of the things they've termed racist over the years are just downright silly. Rep. Sheila
Jackson Lee (D-TX) demonstrated exactly that during a Congressional hearing on the proposed Trump budget for next year.
Sheila Jackson Lee Labels Trump's Budget Plan as Racist. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) accused President
Trump's proposed budget of being racist while invoking the treatment and stereotyping of slaves on Wednesday [2/12/2020].
Russ Vought, the acting director for the White House's Office of Management and Budget, was testifying to the House Budget
Committee on Trump's proposed budget for fiscal year 2021 when Jackson Lee used her time to rip into the proposals because of
work requirements. Jackson Lee compared stereotypes of slaves being lazy and how "laws were put in place that if you
were picking cotton, you couldn't get assistance."
Why Democratic Enthusiasm Is
Down. Why aren't their voters more motivated? The answer is that a political campaign that relies on
stoking voter rage against any politician, including Donald Trump, for an entire presidential term is doomed to become rather
dull. This is particularly true if the iniquitous actions attributed to the President consistently turn out to be
wildly exaggerated or simply fabricated. The Democrats have leveled so many absurd accusations against Trump that most informed
voters just yawn when they read about yet another "bombshell" revelation that allegedly confirms his fell designs on democracy.
and their terrible, horrible, no good, very bad week. It started with lead impeachment manager Adam Schiff
fearfully speculating that, if the Senate didn't convict President Trump on the two articles of impeachment, he might up and
give Alaska to the Russians. Yes, Adam, that's precisely what a proud "America First" nationalist would do, isn't
it? I bet he might give back the Louisiana Purchase, as well. (Weren't you clowns just mocking him for musing about
her post-SOTU and acquittal press conference, Pelosi lied about Trump. Here's Pelosi bizarre reality:
Trump lied when he said he'll always protect Americans with preexisting conditions, a lie Pelosi claimed is proven by his
undermining Obamacare. Trump lied when he said he had drug prices by making generics more readily available, something
Pelosi said is proven by the fact that "the only way you're going to get lower prices" is if the government negotiates
them. Trump lied about preserving Medicare and Social Security because, Pelosi asserted, he's budgeted less for them,
as if the only way to preserve those safety nets is to pour more money into the inefficient sinkhole. Trump lied when
he boasted about the incredible economy (more jobs, less unemployment, better blue-collar wages, better minority employment,
more manufacturing, fewer people on welfare and food stamps, etc.) because Obama had a lower unemployment rate — a
conclusion Pelosi reaches only by ignoring the fact that Obama messed with the numbers by failing to count as unemployed all
the people who had stopped looking for jobs. [...] Trump lied about people going off food stamps because, claimed Pelosi, he
actually "kicked them off." Pelosi refused to recognize that Trump made sure that able-bodied people who don't like working
don't use food stamps as a lifestyle. In addition to her flights of fancy, the worst thing Pelosi did was to raise
again the Charlottesville hoax.
Derisive mockery: Schiff:
Trump to dump Alaska and become King of Florida. Lead House Impeachment Manager Congressman Adam Schiff of
California stated during closing arguments in the Senate trial that he had irrefutable proof President Trump was going to
give Alaska back to the Russians. He had learned about it just an hour ago, Schiff claimed, from an anonymous
whistleblower who approached him during lunch. He was wearing a brown paper bag over his head with a hand-drawn picture
of a whistle on it. The man told Schiff that he had overheard Donald Trump promising Vladimir Putin that he'd give him
Alaska if Russia helped him to cheat in the 2020 election. The whistleblower couldn't repeat his words under oath, he
said, because Trump's henchmen were everywhere and the man was afraid for his life. But as a patriot worried about our
democracy, he couldn't stay silent.
Rashida Tlaib, Tim Ryan Storm Out of SOTU Address: 'It's All Fake'. Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-MI), Tim Ryan
(D-OH) and Bill Pascrell (D-NJ) stormed out of President Donald Trump's State of the Union address on Tuesday evening
[2/4/2020]. "I walked out of that speech. The lies, the bigotry, and the shameless bragging about taking away
food stamps that people depend on to live — it was all beneath the dignity of the office he occupies. Shame
on this forever impeached president," Tlaib wrote on Twitter after bolting from the lower chamber.
warns that Trump could sell Alaska to Russia if unchecked. Rep. Adam Schiff, the lead House impeachment
manager, warned on Monday that if President Trump's dealings with Ukraine are not impeachable offenses, then nothing would
stand in his way from attempting bolder power grabs — going so far to claim Trump could use Alaska as a bargaining
chip with "the Russians" for support in 2020. [...] "If abuse of power is not impeachable ... Trump could offer Alaska to the
Russians in exchange for support in the next election or decide to move to Mar-a-Lago permanently and let Jared Kushner run
the country, delegating to him the decision whether to go to war," Schiff said.
Meltdown on NBC: 'Monarch' 'King' Trump Now 'Above the Law'. As it appears more and more likely that the Senate
will be moving to exclude witnesses and acquit Donald Trump, the journalistic reaction has become frenzied. After MSNBC
compared it to letting a wife beater go, NBC's Jon Meacham on Friday [1/31/2020] fretted that the Senate is making Trump a
"king" who is "above the law." He warned, "President Trump is functionally a monarch at this point. If the king does
it, it's okay." The NBC historian panicked, "I think the significance of today and going into the weekend and into
next week is, I think, it is now arguable... that Donald Trump may well have now become the most powerful president in
Tom Steyer accuses
Trump of 'torturing' children and committing 'crimes against humanity'. Presidential candidate Tom Steyer
accused President Donald Trump of "torturing" children and committing "crimes against humanity" in his latest campaign
invective. The California billionaire made the incendiary comments while appearing on C-SPAN Tuesday [1/28/2020].
"He's not opposed to immigration, he's opposed to immigration by non-white people," claimed Steyer.
Mass Media's Campaign of Moral Panic. In early October, Chuck Todd stared stone-faced into MSNBC's living rooms
and intoned gravely, "I don't say this lightly, but let's be frank — a national nightmare is upon us. The
basic rules of our democracy are under attack from the president[.] ... [T]hat all but ensures his impeachment in the House
of Representatives. ... This moment should arguably be a national emergency. The Founding Fathers would have considered
it a national emergency — if the president publicly lobbied multiple governments to interfere in the next
election. It's tough to say lightly, but this is the moment we're at." Said lightly or not, coming a week after
House speaker Nancy Pelosi's announcement of an impeachment inquiry, Charles David "Chuck" Todd — the 12th
incarnation of Meet the Press moderators and NBC News's political director, responsible for all aspects of NBC's political
coverage — was initiating a "moral panic." Using his platform as the voice of "the longest-running program on
network television," and arguably mass media's highest-profile soldier in the Trump resistance, Todd's intention was
deliberate and unmistakable: to instill public fear. It had moral panic written all over it — perfect for
Williams: Trump was wrong to attend March for Life rally because, 'it divides the country'. Fox News
co-host Juan Williams vehemently disagreed with the praise for President Trump's appearance at the March For Life rally,
saying his attendance further "divides the country." The liberal co-host of "The Five" delivered his tone-deaf argument
on Friday's [1/24/2020] show, criticizing Trump for what many have lauded as a powerful message with his appearance at
Friday's event, making him the first sitting U.S. president to address the March for Life rally in person.
Disgraceful Hail Mary. I don't know about you, but I'm a little tired of Rep. Adam Schiff and the
Democratic horde's portraying every charge against President Donald Trump as Trump's effort to interfere with this or that
election. In his opening statement at the Senate impeachment trial, Lead House Impeachment Manager Schiff, puffed up
with false indignation, did it again. President Trump made an "attempt to use the powers of the presidency to cheat in
an election," said Schiff, and he must be impeached. He's claiming that the 2020 election, which won't happen until
November, will be illegitimate because of Trump's dastardly telephone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
"The president's misconduct cannot be decided at the ballot box, for we cannot be assured that the vote will be fairly won,"
he said. Come on! How dim does he think the viewing public is?
Nadler calls Trump 'a dictator' during Senate impeachment trial. New York Rep. Jerry Nadler called
President Trump a "dictator" during the fourth day of the Senate impeachment trial. "He is a dictator. This must
not stand," said the Democratic House impeachment manager. "That is another reason he must be removed from office."
Nadler, 72, argued that the president seeks to be "all-powerful," asserting no president has ignored congressional demands
or subpoenas like he has. He concluded by arguing that not impeaching Trump would endanger the ability of Congress to
check the power of the presidency. "He is the first and only president ever to declare himself unaccountable and to
ignore subpoenas backed by the Constitution's impeachment power."
Schiff's history of inaccuracies, conspiracy theories follows him to Senate floor. On Jan. 10, 2017, BuzzFeed
posted the Christopher Steele dossier, which made a dozen felony charges against Mr. Trump and his allies. A month
later, The New York Times reported that the intelligence community owned a year's worth of phone records and intercepts
between the Trump campaign and Kremlin intelligence. The dossier allegations and Times story were both false. The
next month, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence convened the first major hearing into Russia's interference
in the 2016 election by computer hacking and social media warfare. A key question was whether the Trump campaign was a
witting ally. It was in that media glare that Mr. Schiff began making a series of conspiracy claims as he sat on a
committee that is supposed to deal in facts.
Dems' Trump impeachment justification, Lincoln would've been impeached. If Rep. Adam Schiff was around in
1864, he would have orchestrated the impeachment of President Abraham Lincoln. House Intelligence Committee Chairman
Schiff, D-Calif., and his confederate impeachment managers demand that President Trump be removed from office because the
president did something that might advantage him politically in the upcoming election. This, they claim was an
impeachable "abuse of power." On the floor of the Senate, Schiff exclaimed that Trump wanted "to cheat" in the November
presidential election by asking Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son over potential corruption.
Democrats are the only ones who are buying this thin gruel.
Top Seven Lies Adam Schiff Has Told to Boost Impeachment. Adam Schiff is a liar. Like most Democrats, he
cares more about ousting Trump than the facts — so much, in fact, he's repeatedly turned a blind eye to the facts
to smear Trump in the hopes of swaying public opinion against the man who dared to defeat Hillary Clinton in the 2016
election. It's already been proven that Democrats have plotted the impeachment of Donald Trump since he first took
office. For over three years they threw anything they could at him, and Schiff was doing his part to advance the
narrative that Trump should be impeached by pushing bogus information and outright lying to the public. Below are seven
examples of Schiff's lies designed to boost the impeachment of President Trump.
Check: Adam Schiff Lied to the Senate About Trump's Past Concern with Ukraine Corruption. CLAIM: If
President Donald Trump really cared about corruption in Ukraine, he would have raised it before. But he never did.
VERDICT: False. Trump raised it specifically — even lecturing the former Ukrainian president about it
in 2017. Lead House impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) claimed on Tuesday in President Donald Trump's
Senate impeachment trial that Trump did not care about corruption in Ukraine except when it allegedly involved his potential
rival in the 2020 presidential election, former Vice President Joe Biden.
Rebuttal: NBC Agitates for the Last Step Before Violent Civil
War: Voting for Trump Is Illegal, and the Government Should Act to Forbid It. Say, are there any
Democrats motivated by racism or antisemtism, I wonder? I know Obama met with and posed for pictures with
antisemitic cult leader Louis Farrakhan. Should we deploy the police around polling stations in Democrat cities? [...]
And for those who say "Oh, this is just an opinion piece," [#1] It's an opinion piece pushed by a billion-dollar
corporation. They've moved the Overton Window to the point where this now fair grist for consideration. [#2] The
opinion they're pushing is an official government apartheid, but with a target class selected by the antifa left. [#3] The
extremism of their demands is accelerating. Only recently they started agitating to repeal the First Amendment's right to
free speech; that is now in peril, and restricted where it still exists.
News site poses argument that it could be illegal to vote for Donald Trump, government should step in. Believe
it or not, but there's an opinion piece that was published at NBC News last week which essentially argues that voters who
allegedly harbor "racist" feelings/prejudices (i.e. Trump voters) should be reprimanded and held accountable for their
wrongthink. How? Via government intervention, of course. Noah Berlatsky, a radical left-winger whose
Twitter profile contains his "pronouns" and whose credentials include editing a comics blog, makes the case in the piece that
Democrats keep losing elections because white people are racist. How else would President Donald Trump have won the
2016 presidential election, after all?
Blame Trump for Downed Ukraine Passenger Plane. The fake news media are blaming President Trump for a Ukrainian
passenger plane that was probably shot down by the terrorist state of Iran. This is what you call trolling. The
media do not actually believe Trump is to blame. [Indeed], the media don't even know for sure yet how or why the plane went
down. None of that matters, though, because the media are no longer a news gathering institution.
Treason: Democrats continue to betray their country. Democrats and their progressive allies, including in
the establishment media, are continuing their "Great Betrayal" of the United States. They tried to sabotage efforts by
President George W. Bush's administration to support the U.S. forces fighting in Iraq against Saddam Hussein and Islamic
terrorists. Now, we are witnessing Democrats, both in Congress and vying to run against President Trump in this year's
presidential election, treacherously helping the Iranian regime advance its 40-year war against Americans. The leftist
media is right by their side. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is readying her Democrat-controlled House of Representatives
to vote this week on legislation to tie President Trump's hands in dealing with the blood-thirsty Iranian regime.
Speaker Pelosi is peeved that she and her Democrat congressional colleagues were not consulted first before President Trump
ordered the killing of Iranian terrorist mastermind Qasem Soleimani late last week. Too bad. She should run
for president if she wants to become the commander-in-chief. In any case, she is a hypocrite.
and Radical Islamists Start False Rumor Trump Is Detaining Iranian-Americans. CAIR, the Islamic good with
dubious ties to bad people, started a rumor in Washington, DC that Customs and Border Patrol agents were detaining
Iranian-Americans at the border. Democrat Rep. Barbara Lee then tweeted out "People of Iranian
descent — including American citizens & green card holders — are reportedly being detained by CPB
officials. We can't let this stand." Naturally, thousands of people recirculated the accusation forcing Customs
and Border Patrol to step in with its own tweet to deny it. But by then, it had taken on a life of its own. And
it remains false.
There is no need to divert attention from an event that isn't happening. Elizabeth
Warren says Donald Trump ordered strikes on Iran to distract from his impeachment trial. Elizabeth Warren has
accused President Donald Trump of ordering strikes on Iran and taking the country to the edge of war to distract from his
impeachment trial, as Democrats slam the president as a 'monster' for threatening to commit potential war crimes against the
Middle Eastern country. Speaking on Meet the Press Sunday morning [1/5/2020], Warren alluded that Trump may be
charging the US into a war in a rage over his impending impeachment trial. 'We know Donald Trump is very upset about
this upcoming impeachment trial. But look at what he's doing now. He is taking us to the edge of war,' the
Democratic hopeful said.
The Editor says...
President Trump isn't upset about any impeachment trial. He welcomes it. He demands a fair and public trial.
The Democrats are the ones delaying and impeding the impeachment process. In the meantime, the President still has work
to do, which includes getting rid of the terrorist leaders that Obama protected.
Bigotry of NeverTrumpers. The mockumentary that aired Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press" featured many
sidesplitting moments; host Chuck Todd and other Democratic activists disguised as journalists spent an hour solemnly
discussing the "assault on the truth" inflicted by Donald Trump and his "cult-like" followers. The very same
propagandists responsible for spreading fake news and conspiracy theories about collusion between Team Trump and the Russians
proceeded to scold the president, his advisors, and conservatives for allegedly spreading fake news and conspiracy
theories. It was hilarious. The executive editor of the Washington Post, the news organization that has
published thousands of stories pushing the Russian collusion hoax, lamented: "[W]e live in an environment where people are
able to spread crazy conspiracy theories and absolute falsehoods and lies."
Was the Most Anti-Semitic President in History, So Let's Stop Pointing Fingers at Trump. In the wake of the
Hanukkah celebration stabbing in Monsey, New York, rather than blame the attacker, Democrats chose to blame
Trump — who has done more for Israel and the Jewish people in three years than his predecessor did in two
terms. The left is deliberately trying to whitewash Obama's record of anti-Semitism, and the welcoming of anti-Semites
into their party. When Barack Obama entered the national stage and rose to become the Democratic Party's nominee in
2008, defending him at all costs mattered more than exposing his hateful roots and record. Obama spent twenty years in
the congregation of radical racist and anti-Semite Jeremiah Wright. Obama only quit the congregation to save his
political aspirations, because the values he learned in that congregation clearly stayed with him. He surrounded
himself with anti-Semites during his campaign and his presidency.
Hitler': Linda Ronstadt sees 'great parallels' between rise of Trump and Nazi Germany. Musician Linda Ronstadt
drew parallels between the election of President Trump and the rise of the Nazis in Germany during an interview with Anderson
Cooper on CNN. "You have read a lot about the Weimar Republic in Germany, and you sort of see great parallels between
then and now," Cooper said in a preview clip released Monday [12/30/2019]. "Well, great parallels," said Ronstadt.
"There were a lot of chances. Hitler rose to power; there were a lot of chances to stop him, and they didn't speak
out. And the industrial complex thought they could control him once they got him in office. And of course, he was
not controllable." "I think a lot of people, though, would be surprised to hear comparisons between what happened then
and now," Cooper suggested.
The Editor says...
The ability to sing does not enhance the value of your opinion.
Trump is a corrupt politician afraid of 'strong women'. In an interview scheduled to air Monday [12/30/2019] on
Noticias Telemundo, a Spanish-speaking television station that covers both North and Latin America, New York House
Representative Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez claims that United States President Donald Trump is 'afraid of strong women,'
according to a report by the Daily Mail. The freshman representative, since her incumbency, has become one of
the Trump administration's most vocal critics mainly regarding issues of immigration, racism and corruption. According
to the interview, she is OK with that, and to her it means she is on the right path — attempting to invoke change
on a daily basis.
The Editor says...
The American people don't want "change." The American people want improvement, and it is highly unlikely
that AOC can improve upon anything President Trump has done.
Org Fuels Deceptive Timeline for Impeachment Case. For at least the second significant time, an organization
financed by billionaire activist George Soros released material playing a central role in directly fueling the impeachment
narrative targeting President Trump. The news media and Democrats are seizing on emails released to the Soros-funded
Center for Public Integrity on Friday showing the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requested the Pentagon withhold
military aid to Ukraine the same day as Trump's phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
Check: No, Trump Admin Did Not 'Begin' Hold on Ukraine Funds 91 Minutes After Call with Zelensky. The news media and Democrats are quickly seizing on a government email to paint a misleading picture that the Trump
administration requested the Pentagon withhold military aid to Ukraine just 91 minutes after President Trump's phone call
with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. The decision to withhold aid was actually announced seven days prior to
Trump's July 25 phone call while the email in question was part of a week-long discussion about withholding aid and was
unrelated to the call, the Trump administration explained.
Schweizer: 'The Left Is Churning Through Our Institutions, Traditions, and Constitutional Processes' to Get
Trump. [Scroll down] "I don't think there's anything wrong or inappropriate at all in Donald Trump
talking to President Zelensky of Ukraine about this issue, and the reason is very clear," Schweizer said, "The corruption
that took place involving the Biden family in Ukraine and China did not occur when Joe Biden was a private citizen. It
occurred while he was vice president of the United States, so this is not a vendetta or a witch hunt [with Donald Trump]
going after some political opponent just on some random issue. This is related to [Joe Biden's] tenure as vice
president of the United States. Schwezer continued, "As far as I'm concerned, not only is there [nothing] wrong
with Donald Trump doing this, it was highly appropriate for him to ask these questions, and the question simply was, 'Would
you look into this? Would you cooperate with my attorney general and look into this?' [Donald Trump] didn't say,
'Dig up dirt,' he didn't say, 'Make things up.' He didn't say any of those things."
Vicious Lie. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said during his rebuttal to Majority Leader McConnell
yesterday, that the President thinks he has the right to do whatever he wants and sees himself as a king. He accused
the President of tyranny, and of declaring that he has absolute immunity, a reference to a comment the President once made
about Article II of the Constitution. Schumer said he has committed high crimes and misdemeanors and if not stopped,
he will do it again and again. Everything he said is a lie. President Trump has never said Congress has no right to
oversight. What he has said is he wants the Judicial Branch to mediate over those documents and witnesses they are
demanding which the President's counsel believes violate Executive Privilege.
the Left's Dishonest Narratives. Any level-headed American who has an interest in U.S. politics knows that
President Trump did nothing to interfere with the 2016 election. Likewise, it would be a huge misstep to attempt to
interfere with the election process in 2020. Because of the microscope he's under, the president's political steps
throughout 2020 will be carefully calculated. Still, the preposterous notion that Trump manipulated the 2016 election
and will do it again in 2020 will be the highly dishonest narrative the left and their brethren in the mainstream media echo
relentlessly. Their objective is clear: as election day nears, ensure that doubt is so deeply permeated in swing
voter's minds that their inclination will be to vote against Trump. That doubt, they believe, must be based on
suspicions the president is using corrupt methods in order to win, just as he has before. Never mind the absence of
specifics as to how the president would accomplish this. Casting doubt is essential to their strategy. Leftists,
after all, are masters at creating and delivering one-sided narratives.
immoral': Christianity Today asserts Trump 'should be removed from office'. The evangelical magazine founded by
the Rev. Billy Graham called President Trump's phone call to the Ukrainian president "profoundly immoral" and called for
him to be removed from office. Claiming they prefer "to stay above the fray and allow Christians with different
political convictions to make their arguments in the public square," editor-in-chief Mark Galli asserted in a Thursday
editorial that the moral turpitude of Trump requires the publication to support his removal. Appealing to Graham's
legacy of expressing political opinions in "conviction and love," Christianity Today wrote that while they "love and
pray for our president," the case against Trump is "unambiguous."
The Editor says...
It is a few years too late to start pontificating about a "profoundly immoral" president. Where was Christianity Today when
Barack H. Obama was pandering
to homosexuals, supporting
spending other people's money on annual vacations
Graham slams Christianity Today for invoking father's name in call for Trump's removal. The son of the late
pastor Billy Graham said his father would have been "disappointed" by Christianity Today's editorial calling for the removal
of President Trump, which was widely celebrated by the left and crashed its website. Evangelist Franklin Graham told
Fox News his father "dissociated himself from the magazine years ago" and was "disappointed" himself by the "moral high
ground" they've tried to take but don't have for invoking his father's name to get rid of Trump.
Today Betrays the Truth. In a December 19, 2019 editorial, Mark Galli, the editor-in-chief of Christianity
Today, opines that President Trump should be "removed from office." This conclusion by Christianity Today's
editorial board is disheartening and, in profound ways, does a disservice both to the Christian community and the nation as a
whole. Let's be clear from the beginning. One does not have to support President Trump or the Republican party to
be a Christian. One does not have to be an American to be a Christian. These truths ought to go without saying,
but I think they need to be stated. Why? Because the truth matters. This editorial position is wrong, not
because it is anti-Trump, but because it is anti-truth.
Reed: Evangelical magazine that slammed Trump should change name to 'Christianity Yesterday'. Faith and
Freedom Coalition chairman Ralph Reed denounced comments by the editor of a prominent Evangelical Christian magazine who
called for President Trump's removal from office. Editor-in-chief Mark Galli of "Christianity Today" said Trump's
behavior is "described as immoral, accurately" and has risen "to the level where he is no longer fit to serve office"
following his impeachment earlier this week.
My President, Not My Pastor. First of all, after more than four exhausting years, who needs any illumination to
see the president's deficiencies? Second, the House Democrats' threadbare impeachment case, dressed up in sanctimonious
rhetoric and lionized in the Christianity Today essay, has already done some serious jeopardizing — of the
presidency itself, and of the world's ability to accurately understand the Bible. [...] I'm not looking for a "Pastor Trump,"
and I would never think of voting for him — or anyone else approaching his levels of hubris and anger —
to be an elder in my church. I will, however, be voting for him again for president because, regardless of his personal
flaws, which are an issue between him and God, he's the last best hope for a time such as this, when the very foundations of
my faith — and every other faith — are under attack by a radical secular Left that's committed to
remaking American culture in their own image.
pastor slams Christianity Today as far-left leaning magazine. A North Carolina pastor is speaking out against
the recent editorial in Christianity Today that called for President trump's removal from office. During an interview
Saturday, Pastor Tim Jones, a strong proponent of the president, slammed the publication as being a well-known liberal and
far-left leaning magazine in church circles.
rest of the Christianity Today story. Christianity Today made news this week by calling for the cancellation of
the 2016 presidential election by removing President Donald John Trump from office. While Marxists were glee-bitten,
the full story is one of deception. The editorial was a one-fingered salute on the way out by Mark Galli, 67, who
announced his retirement in October as the publication's editor-in-chief. The news media portrayed Galli's opinion as
reflecting evangelical conservatives. That is a lie. Galli admitted that President Donald John Trump was correct
in calling Christianity Today a far left magazine. [...] NPR gushed over Galli, and gave him a marshmallow-soft
interview. Sometimes, those are the most dangerous because the subject goes unchallenged, which turns into enough rope
to hang himself.
Leaders Close Ranks With Trump After Scathing Editorial. The publication is small, reaching just a fraction of
the evangelical movement. But when Christianity Today called for President Trump's removal in a blistering editorial on
Thursday, it met the full force and fury of the president and his most prominent allies in the Christian conservative
world. If the response seemed disproportionate, it vividly reflected the fact that white evangelicals are the
cornerstone of Mr. Trump's political base and their leaders are among his most visible and influential supporters.
In the background, however, is a more nuanced reality that Christianity Today's editorial hints at: a number of conservative
Christians remain deeply uncomfortable with an alliance with the president.
Cancel my subscription! Nearly
200 evangelical leaders condemned Christianity Today editorial on Trump. Nearly 200 evangelical leaders
condemned Christianity Today's editorial calling for the removal of President Trump, which "offensively questioned the
spiritual integrity and Christian witness of tens-of-millions of believers who take seriously their civic and moral
obligations," they wrote to the magazine's president. Christianity Today, one of the nation's top Christian magazine
publications called for the removal of Trump on Thursday [12/19/2019], one day after the House of Representatives passed two
articles of impeachment against him. The letter to Timothy Dalrymple, the president of the magazine, also condemned the
editorial for dismissing evangelicals who oppose its views as "far-right," the Christian Post reported.
and the Pharisees. An important insight into Christianity's intrinsic meaning can be found in a relatively
sophisticated critique of Christianity: What do Moses, David, and the apostle Paul all have in common? Minimally
they share a common tradition of being major authors of the Bible as well as personal authors of murder. Skeptics of
Christianity utilize this irony to attack the credibility of Christian origins. It is however an important purpose that
God has in redeeming the unredeemable and acting out His plan in acts of ultimate irony. Of course, Trump has not
committed anything close to the crimes noted by these examples, despite the hyperbole of his antagonists like the Pope, who
compared the President to King Herod. Even Jesus himself was found guilty of crimes by multiple forums all too sure of
their own arrogant judgments. The fact that immoral figures take leading roles in the Bible is not only unsurprising,
it is rather expected.
Should Not Be Removed from Office. Writing as an evangelical Christian who has taught ethics as a professor at
the college and graduate school level for 42 years, and as the author of a major textbook on Christian ethics and another
widely-used book on the relationship between politics and the Bible, I wish to respectfully differ with Mark Galli's
editorial, "Trump Should Be Removed from Office" (Christianity Today, December 19, 2019). [...] My response is
that I see nothing wrong with the president doing things that will bring him personal, political benefit. In fact, I expect
that every president in the history of the United States has done things that bring him personal political benefit every day
of his term. It is preposterous to claim that it is unconstitutional for the president to act in a way that is politically
beneficial. In addition to that, when someone announces that he is running for political office, that does not mean he can
no longer be investigated for prior wrongdoing. The opposite should be true. So what happens to Mark Galli's
claim that the president violated the Constitution? His article provides no basis for this claim, and my conclusion is
that it is incorrect.
Today editor who called for Trump's removal is retiring Friday. Mark Galli, the editor-in-chief of Christianity
Today who infuriated nearly 200 evangelical leaders by writing a December editorial calling for President Trump's removal
from office and describing the president as being "profoundly immoral," is stepping down at the end of this week. Galli
confirmed his departure in a Twitter message on New Year's Eve.
Unacknowledged Moral Dilemma When Evangelicals Trash Trump. A Christian critique of the morality of political
leaders is legitimate. What is at issue here is not the action of doing so, but the exclusive, one-sided aim of the
concern. Although it may be argued that Trump is the sole target of moral condemnation owing to the fact that he won,
and therefore deserves special scrutiny, this is a weak position to take. Trump's opponent and her own associates
remain active, and their voices are heard. And looming in the background is the question: what, in 2016, was the
alternative? The implicit position of voices like that of Mr. Galli and Dr. Haggray [...] is that there was a
true moral choice to be made, that a Christian conscience was violated in one case of voting (Trump), but in the other, there
was, well, no real issue.
Lawmaker Tells Kids Why He's Voting to Impeach Trump. Rep. Joe Kennedy III (D-Mass.) took to the House
floor on Wednesday [12/18/2019] to explain to his three-year-old and one-year-old kids why he's voting to impeach President
Donald Trump. The congressman said he doesn't "feel good" about impeaching the president, but he feels he has to
because he "broke our laws ... threatened our security," and "abused the highest, most sacred office in our land."
The Editor says...
If the President had broken any law at all, the Democrats would have made that abundantly clear in their impeachment
resolutions, but they did not.
Pete Ain't It.
A funny debate has been roiling the online left: Do young liberals hate Pete Buttigieg too little, or too much? [...]
Ultimately, I worry Buttigieg will easily lose to Trump because he is ill suited to make the simplest and most powerful
argument against the current administration's apparent economic successes. That argument goes like this: Though
the economic stats look pretty good, the Trump boom is a mirage and a moral disgrace.
The Editor says...
A reasonable voter cannot call Trump or his success "a moral disgrace" and then use that as the basis to vote for a homosexual.
Outrage Over the Dems' Impeachment Farce. The most infuriating thing about Democrats and fake news medias' fake
outrage over Trump's alleged crimes is everyone knows Trump has done nothing wrong. He has functioned totally within
his presidential authority. Democrats and media are attempting to criminalize Trump defending himself while exposing
their corruption. The only thing Trump is guilty of is keeping his promise to do everything within his power to make
America great again. Folks, it feels like we are in an episode of "The Twilight Zone" in which Democrats' and medias'
reality is the polar opposite of the truth. With straight faces, they authoritatively lie about every issue. Our
economy is booming. And yet, Democrats and media say people are suffering horribly in Trump's economy. Blacks are
enjoying a historic low unemployment rate. Dems and media tell blacks Trump is a white supremacist seeking to harm them.
is confused as to which president works for the people and which party wants a powerful government. Michael
Bloomberg used to be against impeachment, but now he says he is for it because Trump is working for himself instead of for
the public. It appears that Bloomberg is confused because it is Trump who is working as fast as he can to transfer the
power, purse, and freedom to the public. He is the opposite of a dictator. Every Democrat running, on the other
hand, is seeking to transfer as much power and money to the government as fast as they can and make as many people as they
can dependent on government.
Derangement Syndrome Breeds Professional Malpractice. Is Trump a warmonger, or a Putin stooge who will let
Russia rampage over Eastern Europe? Or is he neither, but an America-first president who wants to end long-term
conflicts in places like Afghanistan? If Trump is "unstable," why has he hewed consistently to such a coherent, and
successful, set of policy preferences? If he is a threat to the Republic, why has his administration ushered in
unprecedented levels of employment and income, and especially benefited minority populations, while maintaining peace abroad?
Democrats are the Real Cult. There has been an outbreak of cult-watchers among Democrats, as they all parrot
the same talking points that President Donald Trump's supporters are part of a cult and that he is a cult leader. A
rogue's gallery in leftist groupthink rushed to get in on the action; Dan Rather, Ana Navarro, Brian Stelter, Dana Milbank,
Joy Reid, and even the Mooch, along with an entire constellation of dimbulbs. It's a noticeable shift away from direct
attacks on the president as the spears are turned on Americans who have the audacity to support him.
Trump is a cult leader is the latest newsroom fad. Certain members of the media need to get out more
often. They are doing that thing again where they are all saying the exact same thing. The latest fad promoted by
members of the commentariat involves alleging that Republicans and Trump supporters are members of a "cult."
Robert Redford Loses It: 'A Dictator-Like Attack by Trump on Everything American Stands For'. It's always
entertaining when famous actors or singers think that we — normal people — are curious to know their
political views. I mean, we all know that members of Hollywood are generally radically liberal. If they take a
political position, it's going to be in favor of abortion, against "climate change," or — of course —
passionately anti-Trump. Case in point: this op-ed written by actor Robert Redford for NBC News. "We're up
against a crisis I never thought I'd see in my lifetime." Namely: "A dictator-like attack by President Donald Trump on
everything this country stands for. As last week's impeachment hearings made clear, our shared tolerance and respect
for the truth, our sacred rule of law, our essential freedom of the press and our precious freedoms of speech —
all have been threatened by a single man." Clearly, Redford has moved from Hollywood to Crazy Town. He's free to
disagree with President Trump's policies (and his tweets), but this is insane. There's literally no reason whatsoever
to believe that he's some kind of dictator.
blasts Newsweek over story on his Thanksgiving plans. President Trump slammed Newsweek over its story on his
Thanksgiving plans, which the mag said would include "tweeting, golfing and more" — before he ended up making a
surprise visit to US troops in Afghanistan. "I thought Newsweek was out of business?" the president wrote,
quote-tweeting his son Donald Trump Jr.'s photo of the commander in chief serving Thanksgiving dinner to the service members
at Bagram Airfield, north of Kabul. Attached to the image was a screenshot of Newsweek's Thursday morning story, with
the headline: "How is Trump spending Thanksgiving? Tweeting, golfing and more."
Guest: Trump Is 'Destructive Cult' Leader, Uses 'Mind Control' on Supporters. CNN Reliable Sources
host Brian Stelter on Sunday provided a platform to Steven Hassan — an author and self-proclaimed expert on
"cults" — allowing him to go unchallenged when he claimed President Donald Trump is the leader of a "destructive
cult," who is deploying mind control to cement support among his "obedient followers." Hassan — a former
member of the Unification Church in the 1970s — appeared on Stelter's program to promote his newly-released book,
The Cult of Trump.
Harris: 'We Have a Criminal Living in the White House' Running 'a Criminal Enterprise'. "We have a criminal
living in the White House" — and he's running a "criminal enterprise" with the vice president, secretary of state,
and the chief of staff, Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) said during Wednesday night's Democrat presidential debate.
Sen. Harris said that Wednesday's testimony of U.S. Ambassador Gordon Sondland at the House impeachment inquiry exposed
the criminal enterprise: [...] In fact, however, Amb. Sondland affirmed in his sworn testimony Wednesday that "no one
on this planet" told him that President Trump was tying Ukraine aid to investigating former Vice President Joe Biden and his
son, Hunter. And, Sondland went on to quote Pres. Trump telling him that "I want nothing from Ukraine" and "I
want no quid pro quo."
Derangement Is Destroying Political Analysis. Democrats largely supported President Bill Clinton even after he
was caught lying under oath, suborning perjury, obstructing justice in an investigation over sexual assault allegations, and
impeached and sanctioned by the U.S. Supreme Court. How much less surprising, then, is it that Republican voters are
standing by President Trump, who hasn't been accused by Congress of breaking any law, let alone committing a high crime or
misdemeanor warranting removal from office? Is it surprising that Republican voters support President Trump after he
has accomplished much of what they elected him to do and has done so in the face of unprecedented resistance operations
and years of false accusations of being a traitor to the United States?
Strassel's Home Run. [Scroll down] As she notes, the very term "the Resistance" is associated throughout
history with movements designed to fight "occupying powers" as, say, the French Resistance came to life to fight the forces
of the occupying Nazi Germany. And once one goes down that road, as has the Trump-hating Resistance, the Resisters
"view themselves as justified in taking any action necessary to get rid of the occupier." Set loose the Department of
Justice and the FBI to spy on a presidential campaign? No problem. Ambush a Supreme Court nominee "with
uncorroborated sexual assault allegations"? No problem. Use "the impeachment process for political retribution"?
No big deal. This, says Strassel, "has been the behavior of the Resistance leaders, and it has already caused harm to
vital institutions." Yes indeed. And none more prominent than the self-inflicted massive damage the Justice
Department, the FBI, and the "mainstream media" have done to their own credibility.
were the whistleblowers on foreign policy during Obama's terms? [Scroll down] Instead of the media being
unbiased observers and reporters, they have been active participants in the indoctrination of the public that Trump is a
lawbreaker, ignores the Constitution and is a racist, homophobe, xenophobe, dictator and fascists among other names as they
say Trump is divisive. The meddling by the media to destroy Trump and elect Democrats is much more dangerous to the
integrity of our elections than anything Russia or any other foreign country has or is doing. When the media is
intentionally peddling false stories about Russian collusion, lies about what Trump said about Charlottesville, blocking
opposing views on climate change, attacking Kavanaugh with no evidence or burying the Jeffrey Epstein story they are
campaigners, not reporters. They are anything but fact checkers.
Dems Drop 'Quid Pro Quo' Rhetoric, Now It's 'Extortion' And 'Bribery'. As the hours of transcripts of witnesses
in the Ukraine impeachment inquiry rack up and continue to underwhelm, Democrats and their allies in the media have seized on
a new tactic. The old, archaic term "quid pro quo," is about to go the way of the Dodo. In its place the terms
"extortion" and "bribery" will fly about like hot air balloons in California wine country. Here we see the new terms in
action from Rep. John Garamendi, D-Calif., yesterday [11/5/2019] on CNN. The supposed justification for this ramping up
of the rhetoric is an amendment that Ambassador Gordon Sondland made to his testimony before the impeachment inquiry in which he
said that on September 1st, 10 days before aid to Ukraine was released, he told a Ukrainian official that that aid was
not likely to flow if a promise was not made to investigate the gas company Burisma, which employed Hunter Biden. Such a
promise was never delivered.
How Did Democrats Get
Here? I asked a neighbor, a Democrat moderate, why he hated President Trump. His answer:
Charlottesville. The idea that Trump praised neo-Nazis after Charlottesville is an outright lie about what the
president said. It is easily rebutted by the videos and transcripts, but — typical of the
propaganda-inflamed mob — rebutting the lie makes absolutely no difference. My neighbor "knows" Republicans
are racists and nothing will shake that belief. This is a huge winning propaganda stroke for the Democrats. My
neighbor actually agrees with the president's policies on the border, on China, knows the economy is doing well, can see the
country is at peace — none of that matters, he thinks Republicans are deplorable racists. [...] The Democrats'
conviction that half the country, led by Donald Trump, is white supremacist in its outlook is just plain weird. Trump
was elected by winning over Midwestern voters, the salt of the earth, who had previously voted for Obama.
Sanders: Trump Is Racist, Sexist, Xenophobe, Homophobe, Religious Bigot. Presidential hopeful
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) campaigned in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Sunday night alongside Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN)
and attempted to slam President Donald Trump with unsubstantiated labels. "This is, in addition to all of that, a
president who is a racist, who is a sexist, who is a xenophobe, a homophobe, and a religious bigot," Bernie Sanders
claimed. "This is a president who is trying to divide us up based on the color of our skin, where we were born, our
sexual orientation, or our religion."
Behar Of 'The View' Says Trump Rallies Are Full Of Paid Actors. There are some people on the left who will
never understand Trump or the people who voted for him. Joy Behar of The View is one of these people. She is so
blinded by her hatred of Trump, that she has convinced herself that the support shown by people at Trump rallies cannot
possibly be real.
The Editor says...
Imagine the money Mr. Trump is spending on tens of thousands of actors, packing his rallies, without anyone
spilling the beans about working for Trump as paid shills. And what convincing actors they are!
Trump Derangement Syndrome. We have seen many people of 'eminence' scoff, scorn and even turn viciously abusive
Trump and his supporters. They have called Donald Trump a traitor, a criminal, a Russian puppet and a con man.
They have used expletives and vulgarities. Some have called for a coup, have called Trump's youngest child to be
attacked. They even wish for an assassination. They want to blacklist all Trump supporters rendering them
jobless. Like parasites who attach themselves to any host to serve their purpose. These deranged individuals have
attached themselves to the host called 'The Resistance'. The purpose is to earn their vile behavior a backbone of
morality. When people call them out they say 'we are angry because Trump is in office'. [...] If this were just a few
loons, the behavior could be ignored. But at the bottom of this, all is a blatant attempt delegitimize a democratically
elected president without any evidence of wrongdoing.
Cuomo: 'We Didn't Have' Hurricanes, Superstorms, Tornadoes Before Climate Change. On Friday's [11/1/2019]
broadcast of MSNBC's "Live," Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D-NY) argued hurricanes, superstorms, and tornadoes were on the rise
because of anthropogenic climate change. While discussing the flooding in New York State, Cuomo said, "Anyone who
questions extreme weather and climate change is just delusional at this point. We have seen in the state of New York
what every one has seen. We see these weather patterns that we never had before. We didn't have hurricanes.
We didn't have superstorms. We didn't have tornadoes. This is a storm that came up just overnight, dropped
about five inches of rain, and it was literally a matter of life or death for people."
The Editor says...
Wow. I had no idea Donald Trump had that kind of power: The power to generate hurricanes and
tornadoes! No Democrat can top that!
Brown Blames Trump, Republicans for California Fires. Former California Governor Jerry Brown told Congress on
Tuesday [10/29/2019] that President Donald Trump and the Republican Party were responsible for the ongoing California fires
because of their opposition to drastic climate change policies. "California's burning while the deniers make a joke out of the
standards that protect us all," Brown told the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday, as quoted by the San Francisco Chronicle.
The Editor says...
Obviously "the standards" (whatever that means) aren't protecting you that much.
Photographer Claims Trump Baghdadi Raid Situation Room Photo was Faked, Then Admits to Fake News. Pete Souza,
President Obama's one-time official White House photographer, quickly jumped to Twitter on Sunday to claim that Trump put out
a faked photo of the situation room taken during the raid on Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The photo released shows President
Trump, Vice President Pence, and others waiting for information about the raid to come from the forces in the field, but
Souza insisted that the photo was staged and not a real photo taken during the raid.
black professor of gender studies blames Trump for black female obesity. No, this is not from the Babylon
Bee. It actually comes from the Oprah Winfrey Network, and a segment featuring Professor Britney Cooper, who sports a
PhD from Emory University and who currently is an associate professor in the Department of Women's and Gender Studies at
Rutgers University. With that sort of background, perhaps it isn't surprising to eternalize blame for obesity on racism
and seem to indict President Trump for it. In fairness, she only mentions Trump before launching her indictment of
racism as the cause of black female obesity. Here are few screen grabs of her subtitled rant, followed by the entire
segment embedded in a tweet, in case you want to hear her, the moderator, and the audience all enthusiastically accept the theory
that white people in general and President Trump in particular are what make a disproportionate number of black women obese.
All Rosa Parks Americans. The insanity going on before our very eyes regarding the Democrats' and fake news
medias' latest campaign to impeach Trump over nonsense is infuriating millions of Americans. It is the equivalent of
Adam Schiff flooding the airwaves with the lie that Trump stole his car and must be impeached for it. Meanwhile,
Schiff's car is parked untouched in his driveway for all the world to see. Ignoring the truth that Schiff's car was not
stolen, the Democrats and fake news media cart out a dozen witnesses (whistleblowers) who claim they saw Trump commit the
crime. This is exactly what is going on with Schiff's outrageous claim that Trump committed impeachable crimes during
his phone call with the Ukraine president.
much for Trump being a threat to world peace. Every day we hear that President Trump is dangerous and
isolationist and that is making the world less safe. They also say that Trump is causing more violence in the United
States. Neither is true. There aren't many stories reported about terrorism... and I can see why. It just
doesn't fit the agenda that Trump is making the world more dangerous. Could it be that when President Obama and
European leaders caved to Iran, the biggest sponsor of terrorism in the world, and gave the mullahs huge amounts of money,
that they were able to cause more deaths, and now that Trump has cut off many of their resources, deaths are way down.
The guerrilla element started even before Trump was elected and has continued for the last three years. [...] These attacks,
as currently deployed by the Democrats, are a constant barrage of false accusations, such as the Russian collusion and the
quid pro quo with Ukraine's President Volodomyr Zelensky. The charges against Trump need not be true, but they do need
to be overlapping and unending. The "guerrillas" attack his family, his nominees (Gorsuch and Kavanaugh), or members of
his administration (Rudy Giuliani, Sarah Sanders, et. al.). They attack using false accusations as a direct counter against
President Trump's effective use of Twitter. Nancy Pelosi expressed the strategy clearly in a press conference.
Tell a lie to the media. Let the media run with it. Cite the media later as truth. A very effective but
disingenuous means of convincing the masses that Trump is an ogre.
Diego City College Labels 'MAGA' as 'Covert White Supremacy'. San Diego City College hosted an event allegedly examining
"white supremacy" earlier this month, which labeled "Make America Great Again" as an instance of "covert white supremacy." An
event examining instances of "white supremacy" at San Diego City College referred to the phrase, "Make America Great Again" as an
instance of "covert white supremacy" that is currently "socially acceptable," according to a report by Campus Reform.
Warren: Leading Liar in the Party of Liars. [Scroll down] This gets to the Orwellian liberal
definition of a lie. President Donald Trump is routinely called a liar by the media-Democrat establishment, but if you
scan the long list of lies attributed to him on PolitiFact, it quickly becomes apparent that a Republican lie is nothing more
than a statement that is damaging to Democrats. The more damaging the statement, the louder it is decried a lie.
Liberals have a very different standard they apply to Democrats.
Curious Case of the Incurious Press. We were assured that Trump had used the powers of the presidency to
"gather dirt" on his political opponent (Joe Biden) and threatened to withhold military aid to Ukraine until prosecutors
there had manufactured evidence of wrongdoing by Biden and his son Hunter, who for no doubt entirely innocent reasons was
drawing hefty paychecks from a Ukrainian energy company. The mad cry of "Impeachment!" was shouted in celebratory tones
throughout the hallowed halls of D.C. The narrative came together seamlessly within hours, as suddenly the Democrats
in Congress and the information gatekeepers in the news media informed us with one voice that this was bad for President
Trump. Very bad. It was almost as though the facts didn't matter. They certainly didn't matter to House
Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who announced an "impeachment inquiry" before having read either the whistleblower complaint or the
actual transcript of the call between Trump and Zelensky.
on Trump: 'His Bigotry is Reflective of the White Supremacist Base He Relies On'. Rep. Alexandria Ocaso-Cortez
(D.-N.Y.) sent out at tweet on Saturday [10/5/2019] accusing President Donald Trump of "bigotry" and stating her belief that
this "bigotry" was "reflective" of what she described as the president's "white supremacist base." That tweet by
Ocasio-Cortez was following up on another she had sent out on Saturday in which she said Trump had "targeted antisemitism
towards Chairman [Adam] Schiff."
We're Next. With the media, their unctuous allies in scurrility, the left knows every specious allegation will
be portrayed as fact in every article, on every news panel, and in every talking-head utterance. It used to be the "big
lie." Now it is a million little lies told by a camarilla of politicians and skirling media that they hope will rid the
left of their Orange Man bane. The left must make sure that someone like Trump never happens again, should they succeed
at deposing Trump, or better yet, damaging him to the point where he loses in 2020, for defeating him at the polls can be
trumpeted as the "will of the people."
moment. I have never seen anything like the apparently crazed condition of Democrats. I have watched
players in World War II, the Korean War, the Berlin Airlift, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Israeli wars, the Cold War,
Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan, Iran, and all the rest of it. But never have I seen anything as wild and incoherent as the
current Democrat stampede. To me, it's a headlong rush to somehow Impeach Donald Trump — by an uncontrolled
run to the left. Any new "bombshell" seems welcome. Any new accusation is instantly worked globally into the
Democrat narrative. Anything that seems derogatory. Anything negative. The wilder, the better.
May Have Jumped the Shark. Two stories today [10/2/2019] undermine the rush to impeach President Trump on the
Ukraine matter. The first concerns a difficult-to-understand detail in one of the early stories on the matter by
Kenneth Vogel of the New York Times. Vogel reported that the Ukrainians were unaware of the suspension of U.S.
military aid when Presidents Trump and Zelensky had their phone call on July 25. That detail has now been confirmed by
Christopher Miller, an expert reporter in Kyiv, in a Buzzfeed dispatch: "The Ukrainian government didn't know it was
being held up in Washington by Trump, according to the two Ukrainian officials. Nearly a month after the call —
which Zelensky has since described as 'good' and Trump has called 'perfect' — the Ukrainian government was left
stumped when they received word that the aid had in fact been suspended." Obviously, if Zelensky did not know about
the aid suspension, then the entire notion that the call was drenched in Trumpian mob-boss menace is wrong.
Either Trump Goes to Jail, or 'Thousands of Journalists' in 'Prison Camps'. Shelby Talcott at the Daily Caller
reports New York Times columnist and Nobel Prize winner Paul Krugman was making wild and silly prdictions again, this
time about the Trump impeachment attempt: "Starting to look like two possible outcomes: Trump and a number of
others end up in jail, or thousands of journalists end up in prison camps." [...] This is the kind of crud that leftists
throw non-stop, even now, when there isn't a single example of a journalist in jail, despite their wild predictions before
Different Day. While peddling the Russia hoax, Schiff claimed repeatedly there was "evidence of collusion" but
as the Mueller Report made clear, no collusion was found. Schiff also said the Russia hoax was "of a size and scope
probably beyond Watergate." Reminder for Schiff, there was no collusion and no obstruction. Now Schiff has found
a new tale to slander President Trump with after lying to the country for over two and a half years about Russia without any
consequences. And like clockwork, Schiff started pushing his Ukraine smear by lying right out of the gate by
fabricating what was said on the call between President Trump and the Ukrainian president.
Schiff Performs Fake Conversation Between Trump and Ukraine President. House Intelligence Committee Chairman
Adam Schiff (D-CA) performed an entirely made-up conversation between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky
during his opening statement at a committee hearing Thursday morning [9/26/2019]. The White House released a transcript of
a phone call between Trump and Zelensky on Wednesday, but Schiff made up and fabricated his own transcript that he read at the
hearing, which sought to create the quid pro quo that Democrats have accused the president of making.
demands Schiff resign over account of Ukraine call. President Trump on Friday [9/27/2019] demanded House
Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) "immediately" resign from Congress for reading what the congressman
described as a parody of the president's phone call with Ukraine's leader that is at the center of a whistleblower
complaint. In a series of tweets early Friday [9/27/2019], Trump accused Schiff of lying to Congress and "fraudulently"
reciting a version of the call that made it "sound horrible" and made the president appear "guilty."
The Editor says...
I agree, the country would be better off if Congressman Schiff resigned. The country would be better off without CNN.
The country would much better off if Nancy Pelosi resigned. The country also be a better place without any of several
dozen other lying, baby-killing socialists in the House of Representatives. But they are in Washington to stay,
for as long as they want.
Predicted, that Trump-Ukraine "Whistle-Blower" Story Just Blew Up In Epic Fashion. Earlier this morning
[9/20/2019], I wrote a piece predicting that this story about Trump and Ukraine, supposedly involving a quid pro quo and an
investigation request into Joe Biden, would blow up. The centerpiece of this was Biden being on tape bragging that he
threatened to withhold $1 billion in loan guarantees if Ukraine didn't fire a prosecutor. That prosecutor just
happened to be going after his son's company. Just a coincidence, I'm assured.
Whistleblowin' in the Wind.
The complainant — whose identity the inspector general is required to not disclose — reportedly did not
have direct knowledge of the telephone call. The complaint was made on the basis of information — documents?
telephone transcripts? — that the complainant received from others. In short, the complaint is hearsay,
which makes it highly suspect.
Down the Whistleblower Frenzy. The Democrats' media narrative of impeachment portrays President Trump and his
administration as serial law-breakers who, true to form, obstruct all congressional investigations of wrongdoing. This
then becomes the analytical framework for every new controversy. There are at least two fundamental problems with
this. First, our constitutional system is based on friction between competing branches vested with separate but closely
related powers. The Framers understood that the two political branches would periodically try to usurp each other's
authorities. Congress often does this by enactments that seek to subject executive power to congressional (or judicial)
supervision. Presidential pushback on such laws is not criminal obstruction; it is the Constitution in action.
A Misogynistic White Supremacist? Then Explain These Results. President Donald Trump's critics have
called him many things during his nearly three years in office. "Racist." "Fascist." "Misogynist." "Anti-middle
class." "Anti-poor." And so on. But if that's so, he's failing miserably at all those things they accuse him of.
The Census report shows that black unemployment, at 5.5% in August, is the lowest it's been since records started being kept in 1972.
The gap between black unemployment and white unemployment is also the lowest on record. Typically, the unemployment rate for
African Americans is at least two times the white unemployment rate. Today, it's about 1.6 times the white rate.
It isn't only African Americans who are doing better. Both Hispanic-Americans and Asian-Americans now have near-record low
Debates: Trying to win the White House by smearing President Trump. A smear is defined as "a usually
unsubstantiated charge or accusation against a person." To smear someone is to "vilify, especially by maliciously spreading
grave charges." Even though an extensive nearly two-year investigation by a special prosecutor and a team of ruthless
and extremely biased investigators, revealed that the president did not collude with the Russians nor was there sufficient
evidence to charge the crime of obstruction, the Dems keep smearing. They say Trump is guilty of obstruction of justice
since he fired former FBI director James Comey. Trump has a right to fire Comey who serves at the president's will.
They say Trump is guilty of making illegal payments to cover up an affair he had. It turns out that there is nothing
illegal about the payments his campaign may have made.
Moderator Jorge Ramos Makes Several Misleading Claims During 2020 Debate. A news anchor moderating the
Democratic presidential debate on Thursday, Sept. 12 made several misleading claims within seconds of each other. Jorge
Ramos, a Univision anchor, claimed that President Donald Trump "called Mexican immigrants rapists and killers" and "tried to ban
Muslims from entering the country." He also said Trump "supported the chant of ... 'send her back.'" "Do you think
that people who support President Trump and his immigration policies are racist?" he asked South Bend, Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg.
Call Trump A Murdering White Supremacist, Debate 'Moderators' Yawn. [Scroll down] On a debate stage on a
major broadcast network, the sitting President of the United States was point-blank accused of responsibility for the vicious
slaughter of 22 innocents. Yet that wasn't even the most slanderous charges leveled against the Chief Executive last
night, not by a long shot. The "winner" in that category also emanated from the addled brain of the White House wannabe
initially referenced above: "But we will also call out the fact that we have a white supremacist in the White
House, and he poses a mortal threat to people of color all across this country."
Are Lying About Trump's Mexico Trade Deal. In the same way President Bill Clinton gave away hundreds of
thousands of jobs to Mexico and Vice President Joe Biden helped send millions more to China, the Democrats vying for their
party's 2020 nomination now plan to outsource and destroy yet another American industry. I refer to the so-called
"progressive" Democrats' opposition to the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade agreement (USMCA). USMCA replaces the North
American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), the disastrous quarter-century old trade deal signed by President Clinton and widely
loathed for destroying hundreds of thousands of well-paying American jobs. President Trump promised to scrap NAFTA and
replace it with a better deal. The USMCA fulfills that promise.
Smacks Down NBC's Savannah Guthrie After She Suggests Russians Elected Trump. Former Secretary of State
Condoleezza Rice shut down NBC's Savannah Guthrie after Guthrie asked her whether Russia "elected Donald Trump." Rice
was a guest on Wednesday's [9/11/2019] "Today Show," and Guthrie began to question the former secretary of state about all
things Russia. At one point, Guthrie asked if Russia "actually elected Donald Trump over Hillary Clinton?" Rice
immediately called out the theory, saying there isn't "any evidence" to support the allegations.
Only Real Weakness Is His Style. This is the time for President Trump to deprive his enemies of the last weapon
that could be employed against him that could cause him any harm: the largely false, but still troublesome, issue of his
personality and routine behavior. Other lines of attack have come to naught: Collusion with Russia, accusations
of racism provoking outbursts of mass murder (by uttering "racially charged statements," in the inadvertently Orwellian words
of CNN's most witless talking head, Don Lemon), the verbal recession confected by the world-renowned economists of CNN and
MSNBC, all of it has collapsed. Illegal border crossings are in sharp decline as the wall is steadily extended, and
Mexico cooperates in arresting the flow of illegal migrants to the United States, all within the framework of a new free-trade
agreement and the steady relocation of manufacturing designed for the U.S. market from China to Mexico (and other countries).
El Paso Shooting Came 'At the Invitation of Our President'. Beto O'Rourke (D.) accused President Donald Trump
of inviting mass shootings during an appearance Saturday [9/7/2019] at the New Hampshire Democratic Party State Convention.
The former Texas congressman said the El Paso shooter, who killed 22 people, was a product of America's racist culture and
Trump's racist rhetoric. "This person drove 600 miles with that hatred, really at the invitation of our president, and
opened fire with that AK-47 on innocent people in a Walmart, killing 22 of them and grievously wounding many dozens more,"
Democratic Chair Mockingly Suggests Trump Is the Devil with a Lingering 'Sulfur Smell'. On Saturday [9/7/2019],
New Hampshire Democratic Party chair Raymond Buckley opened his state's Democratic convention by suggesting President Donald
Trump is the devil. Buckley said, "First off, I want to apologize. Two weeks ago, Donald Trump was here, and we
did our best to get the sulfur smell out of here, and I apologize, but they're still a lingering scent."
Khan says the lessons of World War Two are being dismantled by Donald Trump and white nationalists. Mayor of
London Sadiq Khan has said that the rise of nationalist politics shows that lessons of the Second World War are being
forgotten. The Labour politician made the intervention in a column for The Observer penned as Europe commemorates the
80th anniversary of the start of the Second World War. [...] He wrote: "A new wave of extremist far-right movements and
political parties are winning power and influence at alarming speed — fuelled by Donald Trump, the global
poster-boy for white nationalism. [...]"
Americans Should Distrust "Mental Health Experts". A couple of psychiatrists appeared on CNN on Sunday to
discuss the president, and their exchange serves as an apt reminder of why Americans, and conservatives in particular, should
distrust these so-called mental health experts. One of them, Bandy Lee, has been trying to undermine the Trump
presidency for the past three years. Her palpably biased and unprofessional efforts were the subject of my Aug. 10,
2018, column. An assistant professor of clinical psychiatry at Yale, Lee is editor of the widely criticized book The
Dangerous Case of Donald Trump (2017), whose circular argument is that Donald Trump's mental health poses a "clear and
present danger" to "the nation and individual well being." [...] It goes against medical ethics (the Goldwater Rule) for a
psychiatrist to diagnose a person he or she has not examined. Lee, however, seems to enjoy an unflappable faith in her
own expertise and mission, and so continues to do her "duty to warn" us about the dreadful man in the White House.
no one goes to jail for the Spygate coup attempt, then the rule of law in America is dead and we are all living under a deep
state dictatorship. Any fair-minded American knows that President Obama's politicization of the FBI, Justice
Department, and U.S. intelligence community in authorizing the "Spygate" coup attempt against President Donald Trump was the
biggest political scandal in the history of the country. Most Democrat voters still believe, thanks to the garbage
"mainstream" media," that the president and Mother Russia really did "collude" to steal the election, but there is no
evidence for that because it never happened. Robert Mueller's report made that clear. Several findings and
reports by Congress have also made that clear. And yet, a 35-40 percent plurality of the country believes Donald Trump
is some Manchurian candidate ready to do Moscow's bidding every chance he gets. It's outrageous. But what's worse
is that those responsible for the coup attempt remain at large, breathing free air, even as deep state operatives continue
working behind the scenes to ensnare our duly-elected president.
Trump: Trump Organization taking legal action over MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell's 'reckless attempt to slander
family'. Eric Trump vowed that the Trump Organization will take legal action against MSNBC and Lawrence
O'Donnell after the left-leaning host aired a singled-sourced, unverified report that President Trump had loans co-signed by
Russian oligarchs. "This was a reckless attempt to slander our family and smear a great company. Apologies are
not enough when the true intent was solely to damage and cause harm. As a company, we will be taking legal
action. This unethical behavior has to stop. @Lawrence @MSNBC," Eric Trump tweeted Wednesday night [8/28/2019].
The threat of legal action came after the MSNBC host apologized earlier in the evening for what he called an "error in judgment"
during his show on Tuesday night.
'Sources Say'. You could justify
reporting almost anything by the nonexistent "journalism ethics" of Lawrence O'Donnell. On live TV Tuesday night, the
MSNBC host told his audience that Donald Trump had obtained loans from Deutsche Bank co-signed by "Russian billionaires with
ties to Vladimir Putin." The basis for this claim, according to O'Donnell, was "a single source close to Deutsche Bank."
O'Donnell then added an interesting caveat: "If true..." Yes, of course. It would be a big scoop,
Are We Funding PBS? Why are working Americans funding abusive liberals at PBS? Back in November 2018 President Trump
held a press conference following the 2018 midterm elections. During the presser PBS reporter Yamiche Alcindor accused President Trump
of being the leader of the White Nationalist party. Of course, the hateful anti-Trump media completely ignored this outrageous
statement. Trump immediately called her out — and then he called her a racist!
Bret Stephens: Trump 'Either Mentally Unwell or Morally Unfit, Maybe Both'. Sunday on NBC's "Meet the
Press," New York Times columnist Bret Stephens said President Donald Trump was "either mentally unwell or morally unfit."
Stephens said, "The real issue for Republicans is simply to call out the fact that the president does not stand in any way
for the traditional conservative economic principles that have defined the party for the better part of last 70 years."
Frances is crazy, which is ironic since he's CNN's contributing psychiatrist. If you hear someone say President
Trump (or any other American, for that matter) could be responsible for "many more million deaths" than Adolf Hitler, Joseph
Stalin, and Mao Zedong, you'd probably think they were crazy. It's not just demonstrably false. It's so far
beyond left field that he's actually left the stadium of sanity. But that's CNN contributor Dr. Allen
Frances. This world renowned psychiatrist is clearly suffering from the epidemic of Trump Derangement Syndrome, and
so far there's no known cure that can bring people back from reality other than massive exposure to the truth.
News Network bores us with worse than Hitler tripe. Brian Stelter had a psychiatrist on his show to say
President Donald John Trump is worse than Hitler. Instead the man said the president was worse than Hitler, Mao and
Stalin combined. For this Stelter apologized after people pointed out the president has not killed 100 million
people. Stelter tweeted, "I agree that I should have interrupted after that line. I wish I had heard him say it,
but I was distracted by tech difficulties (that's why the show open didn't look the way it normally does, I had two computers
at the table, etc). Not hearing the comment is my fault." Apparently CNN is about as well equipped as a UHF station in
Duke Psychiatrist Admits Trump Isn't Mentally Ill, But 'Go With It If It Will Get Him Out Of Office'. Former
Duke Chair of Psychiatry Dr. Allen Frances admitted Sunday that President Donald Trump was not mentally ill, but
suggested that if using that argument would get Trump removed from office, he would do it. Frances appeared on CNN's
"Reliable Sources" with Brian Stelter to discuss what he felt were the dangers of declaring Trump mentally unfit —
namely, he said, calling Trump "crazy" was an insult to people who do have mental illnesses.
Warns CNN Against Diagnosing Trump's Mental Health. A controversial CNN segment Sunday morning [8/25/2019]
featured the former head of Duke University's Psychiatry Department demanding professionals stop discussing President Donald
Trump's mental health in terms of "psychological name-calling." Dr. Allen Frances, author of Twilight of American
Sanity, appeared on Brian Stelter's CNN program Sunday to push back against a Yale School of Medicine psychiatry professor
and several other mental health professionals who often appear on cable news networks to "diagnose" Trump from afar based on
his frequently erratic behavior and public comments.
Guest Claims Trump 'May be Responsible for Many More Million Deaths' Than Hitler, Stalin, and Mao. The former
chairman of the Psychiatry Department at Duke University said some absolutely shocking things about President Donald Trump
while appearing on Brian Stelter's CNN show 'Reliable Sources' this week, including saying that he "may be responsible for
many more million deaths" than Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin and Mao Zedong. The wild segment was supposed to be about
the trend of having psychiatrists who have never met the president making psychological evaluations on him, but it went way
off the rails.
says Trump is attacking her because he's 'scared' of women of color. In an interview published Saturday
[8/24/2019], US congresswoman Rashida Tlaib said President Donald Trump's continued verbal assault on her and several of her
Democratic colleagues in the so-called Squad was due to him being "scared of us." Tlaib told the Guardian she was
referring specifically to women of color.
by Someday. "Thou shalt not bear false witness against thy neighbor." Lies beget other lies, and with them
come anger and division. That's what has been happening ever since Donald Trump was elected: false witness against the
president. The latest is the charge that Trump's policies will bring economic ruin to the country. He's setting us up
for economic Armageddon worse than the Great Depression and all that preceded and followed it. Hard to believe that one man
could cause such havoc, but that's the Left's contention. There was talk during the 2016 campaign of an economic meltdown
should Trump be elected, but we can dismiss that as political chatter. The really nasty stuff came after Trump entered
office. Even well respected economists such as Yale's Robert Schiller seemed to join in.
Buttigieg: Stress Under Donald Trump a Cause of Mental Health Crisis in America. Mayor Pete Buttigieg on
Friday [8/23/2019] released a plan to combat addiction, mental health, and loneliness, but he warned that the president
himself was part of the cause. "I think that when you have national leadership pitting people against each other,
telling some people that they don't belong, and creating a general atmosphere of general chaos and just plain meanness, then
of course stress levels go up," he said in an interview with Teen Vogue.
The Editor says...
Nobody was "pitting people against each other, telling some people that they don't belong," etc., until social media took off in the
mid-2000's. If you will put your cell phone away for a few days, turn off your television, and go to church once in a while,
you'll be a lot happier.
The Media's Top 6 Lies About President Trump. [This article] is a guide to help debunk many of the dishonest
narratives pushed by the disgraced and discredited political news media as part of their effort to destroy the duly-elected
President of the United States, and disenfranchise his tens of millions of supporters.
Democrats: The Party of
Dirty Language. I have a tenet that I stand by on the subject of race. The person who raises the subject
first is usually the racist. And my addendum is the person who talks about race the longest is almost certainly the
racist. Donald Trump has been fending off charges of racism since the beginning of the campaign, and it obviously makes
him angry. He also has been fending off charges of anti-Semitism, which probably makes him angrier still. After
all, some members of his family are Jewish. One converted! She converted to Orthodoxy! That is no small
thing. Then too there have been charges of xenophobia, misogyny, homophobia, and, if I am not mistaken, anti-alcoholism.
The Democrats episodically try each charge out. They see if it discredits the president. When it does not, they
try another slander.
Link between Today's Leftists and Yesterday's Nazis. The link to August 8 is tenuous. Nevertheless, there
is a leftist meme started on MSNBC that President Trump ordered the U.S. flag to be raised on August 8, following is lowering
in response to last week's shootings, as a message to his neo-Nazi supporters. Despite Trump's support of Israel and
Jews, or rather in part because of it, "progressives" regularly call Trump a Nazi-supporter. MSNBC's security analyst
Malcom Nance says, "These people feel that ... Donald Trump is giving them subliminal orders in their head." Let us
examine who the allies of the Nazis have been. [...]
MSNBCers Keep Comparing Trump to Hitler. MSNBC's anchors from Joe Scarborough to Donny Deutsch are constantly
comparing President Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. It doesn't matter the topic. It could be Trump's criticism of
"The Squad," or border security, or just because it's a Tuesday. Regardless, they will find a way to say Donald Trump
is LITERALLY Hitler. From morning (MSNBC's Morning Joe) to afternoon (MSNBC's Deadline: White
House) to evening (MSNBC's Saturday Night Politics) there isn't a time of day where you can't find a MSNBCer who
has compared the President to history's worst monster. The following is just month-long sample of MSNBC hosts comparing
Trump to Hitler: [Video clip]
The Road to Perdition.
The hatred is growing in intensity, as are the threats against President Trump and his supporters. The abject failure
of the Trump-Russian Collusion fable has given birth to a new narrative. One as empty of evidence as was the Mueller
Report. As a new hatred has taken shape. It is voiced as Democratic Party presidential candidates, and their
liberal media outlets, shout in unison that Trump is a white-supremacy racist, as are his supporters.
Left Is on a Mission to Annihilate Conservatism. Sen. Cory Booker is also casting Trump and his supporters
as white supremacists. Here's the logic: Trump is a white supremacist because he wants to protect the border.
A white supremacist, who may not even be a Trump supporter, slaughtered people. Therefore, Trump incited the massacre.
And those callous enough to support Trump must be white supremacists as well. Though Booker called on Trump to denounce
white supremacy after the shooting, when Trump did just that, Booker would not accept it. Moreover, Booker's campaign team
called for cancellation of all Trump rallies because they are a "breeding ground for racism and bigotry."
the media for racist violence, not Trump. The leftist playbook is simple: the mainstream media create
false Trump narratives, and they repeat them far and wide until the false narrative becomes an accepted "truth." The
current narrative is that Trump is a racist. The significance of the racism charge is not lost on these connivers,
because racism is second in its universal disrepute only to pedophilia. Now they are capitalizing on it when real racists
commit heinous acts of violence as they pin them on Trump as if he is responsible. Here is the problem, though:
we have yet to see any evidence, even flimsy evidence, that this president really is a racist.
Is Drowning in the Left's Lies About Trump. The president of the United States, Donald Trump, never said there
were "fine" Nazis or Ku Klux Klansmen. This is one of the two great lies of our time — the other being that
all Trump supporters are racists — and perhaps in all of American history. I cannot think of a lie of such
significance that was held as truth by so many Americans, by every leading politician of one of the two major political
parties and disseminated by virtually the entire media. The major news media need to understand these are important
reasons that half of America considers them frauds. And we get no pleasure from this fact. The reason we don't
recoil when the president labels the mainstream media "fake news" is that we know the charge is true. Has one major
media news outlet yet apologized to the American people for preoccupying them for nearly two years with the lie of "Trump
collusion" with Russia? Has one Democrat? Of course not. Because with regard to the Trump-Russia collusion
issue, the news media were never driven by a pursuit of truth; they were driven by a pursuit of Trump.
on America under Trump: 'It's about hate, hate, hate'. Joe Biden continued to tear into President Trump at a Tuesday
[8/6/2019] fundraiser in Aspen, Colorado, accusing him of fomenting a culture of hate. "I never had the expectation that
President Trump would be a good president, but I had no idea that he would be as banal, mean and as bad as he is," Biden, 76,
said during a 26-minute speech at the dinner, where donors paid between $1,000 and $2,800 to attend, according to pool
reports. "It's about hate, hate, hate," Biden continued.
Trump [is] 'Directly Responsible' for El Paso Shooting. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) on Monday
joined the chorus of Democrat lawmakers blaming President Donald Trump for the deadly shooting in El Paso, Texas, over the
weekend, saying his discourse on immigration is "directly responsible" for the tragedy. The freshman congresswoman did
not address how the Dayton, Ohio, shooter echoed her own controversial rhetoric on social media.
Is Drowning in the Left's Lies About Trump. The president of the United States, Donald Trump, never said there
were "fine" Nazis or Ku Klux Klansmen. This is one of the two great lies of our time — the other being that
all Trump supporters are racists — and perhaps in all of American history. I cannot think of a lie of such
significance that was held as truth by so many Americans, by every leading politician of one of the two major political
parties and disseminated by virtually the entire media.
O'Rourke on Texas shooting: Trump 'has no place' in El Paso. 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto
O'Rourke, who is from El Paso, Texas — the location of a mass shooting where more than 20 people were killed in an
apparent racist attack — said Monday that President Donald Trump is not welcome there. O'Rourke, who has
repeatedly labeled Trump a "racist," said that Trump helped create the tragedy in El Paso.
[is] again speciously blamed for the insanity of others. It is hardly a surprise that the leftists in the media
and among the Democratic presidential candidates would immediately blame President Trump for the two horrific mass shootings
that occurred over thirteen hours on Saturday. It's what they do. Having no scruples whatsoever, they jump at
every opportunity to malign the president, no matter how specious their accusations. This time may well be the worst of
their politicizing of gruesome mass shootings. Booker, Klobuchar, AOC, Buttigieg, et. al. could not wait to place the
blame for these mass murders on Trump and his 70 million supporters. While Trump has never uttered a racist word, their
main talking point, the only plan they have to defeat Trump in 2020 is to convince voters that he is a hardcore racist.
Democrats Own El Paso. What Democrats should have done at this point was back President Trump, forever putting
to rest the ridiculous notion that white supremacist hate groups have an ally in the White House. Instead they did the
opposite. They rallied together with the mainstream media to create the narrative that Trump was indeed a vicious
racist, that yes, the President of the United States was a white supremacist, and that he welcomed — even
encouraged — such displays of hatred and intolerance. Of course Trump did not, and Democrats and the
hard left knew it. Trump is an American nationalist, not a white nationalist, the former being patriotic and
putting the interests of America and all its citizens first, the latter being a bigot who uses violence and fear to preach
and establish white supremacy.
Dems Rush to Blame Trump for 'White Supremacy' After El Paso Shooting. On Saturday night, a shooter killed at
least 20 and injured another 26 at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas. The shooting is being investigated as an act of
terrorism. As investigators unearthed an anti-immigrant manifesto that railed against the government and corporations,
Republicans and Democrats, many 2020 Democratic candidates pointed the finger at President Donald Trump, with some calling
him a "white nationalist" and blaming him for advancing "white supremacy."
The El Paso Blame Game.
The Democrats are making a mistake, in our view, in trying to blame the crimes at El Paso on President Trump. It's not
that we don't see the temptation. "El Paso Shooting Suspect's Manifesto Echoes Trump's Language," is the headline on
the New York Times' Website this morning about the screed being laid to the killer. [...] What we are suggesting is that
there are a lot of voices rattling around in the head of whoever wrote that manifesto. None of it is rational.
It's enough to invite introspection across the entire spectrum of our national debate. It suggests that the kind of
blame game that is erupting in the wake of El Paso and Dayton is a fool's errand. The blame for these crimes attaches
entirely to the killers.
Trump Is 'An Open, Avowed Racist' and That's the Reason There's Violence In America. Former Congressman turned
Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke appeared on CNN's "State of the Union" to discuss the mass shootings in El
Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. During the conversation, host Jake Tapper asked O'Rourke a simple question: "Do you
think President Trump is a white nationalist?" The answer launched into a full-fledged attack onto Trump.
NYC 9/11 Top Cop Confirms Trump Was 'Constantly' at Ground Zero. After the Islamic terrorist attacks of
September 11, 2001, President Donald Trump was "constantly" at Ground Zero "motivating" and "inspiring" first responders
during their rescue efforts, confirmed Bernie Kerik — who served as New York City's police commissioner at the
time — in a Tuesday [7/30/2019] interview [...] News media outlets such as CNN and Vox characterized Trump as
mendacious following Trump's recollection of 9/11 and its aftermath during public remarks on Monday [7/29/2019] regarding
his signing into law an extension of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund.
and CNN Claim Trump Was Never at Ground Zero after 9/11 Attacks; Videos Prove Otherwise. On Monday [7/29/2019],
when President Trump signed the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund extension, he told a story of being at Ground Zero after the
9/11 terror attacks, that immediately got unhinged liberals coming out of the woodwork to claim he was lying. Kyle
Griffin, a producer at MSNBC, actually claimed there was no evidence Trump was ever at Ground Zero after 9/11: [...] CNN's
Chris Cillizza also strongly implied Trump was lying: [...] Others in the media quickly piled on, challenging Trump's claim.
Trump Didn't Lie About Where He Was after the 9/11 Attacks, But Hillary Clinton Did. The liberal media has egg
on their faces for claiming that Trump lied about being down at Ground Zero after the 9/11 attacks. Despite video
evidence that has been floating around on the internet for years, they just couldn't help themselves. It's curious,
however, that the candidate that they all wanted to win in 2016, Hillary Clinton, actually did lie about where she was on
9/11 in order to insert herself into it.
and Cummings: Democrat grifters peddle racism and broken cities. After holding his congressional seat for
three decades Elijah Cummings and his wife live atop a congressional empire worth millions while a vast swath of his constituents
lives in squalor. Nothing President Trump has tweeted about Cummings district or the horrific state of the city of
Baltimore is inaccurate. When Bernie Sanders called Baltimore a third world country it was a considered a reasoned
critique. When Donald Trump does it it's called racism.
Not Trump, Are the Racists. It doesn't take Nostradamus, or even a Coney Island fortune teller, to predict the
coming Democratic presidential debates will be filled to overflowing with accusations of racism toward Donald Trump.
Not only that, the candidates will certainly be doing their bests, directly or by innuendo, to tarnish each other with the
same ugly brush in an almost always fallacious manner.
D.L. Hughley: Trump Supporters Worse Than Devil Worshippers. According to comedian D.L. Hughley, worshippers of Satan
are better people than those Trump supporters who merely want to "Make America Great Again." According to Fox News, the comedian
issued his denunciation of Trump supporters on TV One's "The D.L. Hughley Show." The comedian said he could never be friends
with a Trump supporter. "You could worship the devil and be a better human being than if you worshiped Donald Trump," said
Hughley. "Look up the tenets of the Church of Satan ... and then go to a Trump rally and you'll feel safer around Beelzebub
than this dude."
The Editor says...
Imagine the career-ending backlash if a white comedian had said this about Obama and his supporters.
warn Congress that Trump incites violence. Mental health experts warned in an online event meant to convince
Congress and the public Tuesday that President Trump incited his followers to violence, with one psychiatrist comparing
Trump's rallies to those of Adolf Hitler. The experts, four psychiatrists and one clinical psychologist, presented
their positions alongside a mental health analysis of special counsel Robert Mueller's 448-page report, in which they
concluded Trump does not have the sound mental capacity to function in his role as president.
Dirty Trick. America's enemies within use churches, schools, corporate advertising, entertainment, fake news
media and social networks to spread lies about Trump and our wonderful country. Trump is pretty much a lone voice in
the international arena standing up for America; exposing leftists' lies. This is why I wholeheartedly support Trump
exposing Democrat congresswomen Ilhan Omar, AOC, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib for the anti-American, antisemitic, racist,
socialist and communist hate-filled traitors that they truly are. How on earth did these four haters of America get elected?
says Trump's bid to secure the border 'all about ethnicity and racism'. Her argument about racism is actually
pretty patronizing of the people she claims to champion. The fundamental contradiction of illegal immigration is that
people are presumably fleeing lawless societies in search of a society that has rule of law. How exactly is that
achieved by breaking the law of the lawful society by illegally entering? She's essentially saying that border surgers
are incapable of obeying rule of law and thus, should be allowed into the U.S. without having to obey any rule of law.
'Racism': A Cliché
Fastened to a Dying Animal. [Scroll down] This brings us to the question that very few have bothered to
ask about Trump's Sunday morning tweet storm: Was it actually racist? I didn't bother to read the tweets when
they first appeared. Nor was I moved to do so in response to the subsequent uproar. Everything the president says
or does is instantly denounced by the Democrats and their media allies as racist, cruel, crazy, or crass. So it just
sounded like another day at the office for Trump. I finally got around to reading them today and fail to see the
catalogue of crimes his critics claim to see.
Anti-Trump House Democrat Resolution. Speaker Pelosi got so carried away defending her "sisters" and condemning
the president's tweets as "racist" that she broke House protocol and sparked a floor fight. Her fellow Democrats saved
her from a ruling that would have barred her from speaking the rest of the day. They also kept her "racist" reference
to the president's tweets in the record. The final resolution, entitled "H. Res. 489 — Condemning
President Trump's racist comments directed at Members of Congress," passed along largely partisan lines by a vote of 240-187.
Gutfeld Mocks CNN, MSNBC for 1,100 Uses of 'Racist' in Two Days on Trump. On Tuesday night's episode of The
Five, Fox News pundit Greg Gutfeld mocking the collective mass hysteria of CNN and MSNBC over President Trump's latest
tweets against radical first-term Congresswomen. Gutfeld summarized the hysterics to a T with a simple word
count: "We are reaching peak racism right now. CNN and MSNBC, according to The Hill this morning, had said the
word racist 1,100 times. That was this morning [7/16/2019] since Sunday [7/14/2019]. Ok, so today's Tuesday... I
think when it's 1,100 times by Tuesday afternoon, I'd call that maybe an overreaction. It's hysterical and it's hysteria."
American Left Is Racist, Not President Trump. One of President Trump's greatest gifts to Americans is that he
doesn't care if socialist demagogues and their allies call him a racist. He has given voice not to racism, but to a
long overdue pushback against Democratic demagogues who shut down debate by screaming "racism" at anyone who questions
them. It is the Democrats, in their divisive and racially obsessed rhetoric and in the impact of their supposedly
well-intentioned policies, who are the real racists.
accusation in search of an argument. We've commented before on the shoddy and hyper-partisan writing of
Margaret Sullivan, a media critic for the Washington Post. Among other shortcomings, Sullivan seems incapable of making
anything resembling an argument. Today [7/16/2019], Sullivan defends the practice in news stories of labeling President
Trump's utterances "racist." She calls this a "service to the truth" (quotation from headline in paper edition). But one
searches Sullivan's column in vain for an argument in support of her claim that Trump's comment about the four congressional
rads (or anything else Trump has ever said) is racist. Arguments aren't Sullivan's thing. Name-calling is.
No POTUS Has Been as 'Openly Racist and Divisive' as Trump. While speaking to reporters, 2020 Democratic
presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden reacted to President Trump's tweets about Democratic congresswomen by
stating that "there has never been a president in American history who has been so openly racist and divisive" as Trump.
Ilhan Omar: Trump 'Worst, Most Corrupt and Inept President We Have Ever Seen'. Rep. Ilhan Omar
(D-Minn.) threw President Donald Trump's own words back at him as the two exchanged insulting tweets on Sunday [7/14/2019].
Responding to a Trump tweet attacking "'Progressive' Democrat Congresswomen," in which he suggested that the policies the unnamed
congresswomen advocate come "from countries whose governments are a complete and total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and
inept anywhere in the world," Omar replied by calling Trump "the worst, most corrupt and inept president."
[Scroll down] The press and concern trolls at Red State wrung their hands. They think that because of her race,
religion and sex, [Ilhan] Omar is unassailable. But the deplorables no longer care. Decades of liberals calling
us worse names have rendered the labels of racist, sexist and Islamophobic meaningless. President Trump tweeted, "So
interesting to see 'Progressive' Democrat Congresswomen, who originally came from countries whose governments are a complete
and total catastrophe, the worst, most corrupt and inept anywhere in the world (if they even have a functioning government at
all), now loudly and viciously telling the people of the United States, the greatest and most powerful Nation on earth, how
our government is to be run. "Why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from
which they came. Then come back and show us how it is done. These places need your help badly, you can't leave
fast enough. I'm sure that Nancy Pelosi would be very happy to quickly work out free travel arrangements!" He did
not mention anyone's race or religion. He said go back, but he followed it up with, "Then come back and show us how it
is done." The press cherry-picked the text for scary quotes.
Bakari Sellers: Trump Administration Is 'Literally Terrorizing People' With ICE Raids. Former Florida gubernatorial
candidate Andrew Gillum argued Sunday [7/14/2019] that the Trump administration is "literally terrorizing people" by going through with
planned ICE raids on illegal immigrants under deportation orders. During a panel segment of "State of the Union" with Jake Tapper,
Gillum called the raids a "strategy" designed to "demonize black and brown people" in order to secure a second term in the White House.
Media Push Trump-Jeffrey Epstein Conspiracy Theories Without Evidence. The establishment media is attempting to
link President Donald Trump to Jeffrey Epstein without any evidence connecting him to the underage sex trafficking case
against the billionaire hedge fund manager. Immediately following a Daily Beast report revealing Epstein's Saturday day
arrest, a handful of news figures and outlets posted social media posts and stories painting a picture that the wealthy
investor's arrest was bad news for President Trump — with one editor even going as far to suggest he could be
directly implicated in the case.
Haters' 'Unfit to Be President' Smear Goes Bust. It's time for the Trump haters to ditch their "unfit"
trope. From former CIA chief John Brennan on the left to the Never Trumpers on the right, Donald J. Trump is "unfit" to
be president. Or so they insist. Somehow, they claim, a combination of incompetence, mental illness, and excessive
fast-food consumption all render Trump incapable of executing his duties. While this has been an absurd and ugly lie since
Trump's inauguration, these stalwart naysayers now should see that Trump is entirely equipped to do his job. Trump's critics
surely will disagree with his policies and decisions. But the last few weeks should make even them admit that, whether they
cheer or jeer his actions, he actually is performing as president, and effectively so.
I've Asked the FEC to 'Look Into' Trump's July 4th Event. On Saturday's [7/6/2019] broadcast of MSNBC's "AM
Joy," Representative Ted Lieu (D-CA) stated the Federal Election Commission should "look into" President Trump's July 4th
event. Lieu said, "One of the big problems with Trump's July 4th event is that it was a campaign event paid for by the
American taxpayer. Not only did he divert millions of dollars to this event, he also had the Republican National Committee
give out passes, VIP passes to major donors. That was outrageous. That was really a violation of our ethics and he
made a mockery of our Independence Day."
The Editor says...
Celebrating Independence Day in the most patriotic manner possible does not make a mockery of it.
Anyone other than a Democrat understands this.
Kamala Harris: 'We Have a Predator Living in the White House'. Speaking to supporters at a town hall in Des
Moines, Iowa, sponsored by NARAL Pro-Choice America on Wednesday, Sen. Kamala Harris called President Donald Trump "a
predator." As a prosecutor, Harris said she successfully prosecuted "big banks who preyed on homeowners, prosecuted
pharmaceutical companies who preyed on seniors, prosecuted transnational criminal organizations who preyed on women and
children, and I will tell you, we have a predator living in the White House."
Genius Of Trump, The Madness Of The Libs. [Scroll down] But you do have to credit Trump with having an
instinct for the small touch that will make liberals certifiably insane. Like having a few tanks shipped in for display
in Washington on July 4. The left is certain — certain! — that this is a precursor
to a declaration of martial law.
lies about Trump's salute to America. The deep intellectuals on the NPR 1A radio program had conniption fits
yesterday over President Trump's plans for a Fourth of July celebration of the U.S. Armed Forces in Washington. The two
most risible lies propagated during the show: [#1] The U.S. Constitution prohibits the use of the American military
within the United States. [#2] Heavy tanks will destroy the ground and roads they are run over.
in media changing their tune on border 'crisis' after claiming it was 'manufactured'. Media pundits and anchors
seemingly switched gears in recent weeks and now consider the immigration problems at the southern border a "crisis," after
months of downplaying the issue and blaming President Trump. Recent reporting on the southern border has shown
overcrowding of federal facilities, outbreaks of disease, issues with migrant children and general chaos — raising
questions of ethics and legality regarding immigrant detention and processing. Grabien News published a media montage
earlier this week of various news figures and commentators from major networks minimizing the crisis and accusing Trump of
E. Jean Carroll at your own risk. E. Jean Carroll's decades-old allegations of rape are being given credibility
by some in the media and politics. They will discover that they have been had. Elizabeth Jean Carroll has accused
President Donald Trump of raping her in 1993 or 1995 or maybe 1996 in her recently published book, What Do We Need Men
For? A Modest Proposal. When his critics attempt to give credibility to a ludicrous story, they succeed only
in making themselves look foolish. Some in the Deep State media and even some Republican senators have invested what is
left of their reputations in what is destined to become a comical situation. The E. Jean Carroll accusations will not
reflect well on those giving her credibility.
New Favorite Word to Bludgeon Trump: 'Ethical'. Last fall, the New York Times published a "definitive list" of
Trump's ethical violations. With a definitive list already in print, why continue with more now, as the paper
did June 13 with a story about the president's comments on listening to trash on his opponents? Obviously, the Times
isn't done with "unethical." On June 13, Nancy Pelosi got a lot of press for saying, "He does not know right from wrong,"
but the truth is, that's a ridiculous generalization. It's the sort of thing progressives, or children, say when they
don't like someone.
While We Are on the Subject
of Nazis... The Nazi seizure of power and subsequent destruction of democracy were made possible by Nazi
fearmongering that manipulated a German public into voting away their rights. But it must be noted that the
circumstances that led to Hitler's rise to power were something of a perfect storm, and they bear no resemblance to modern
America. [...] This has not, however, stopped either party from engaging in more than a little fearmongering of its own.
[...] Following the Trump-Hitler comparison, [Don] Lemon suggested an equivalence between Trump supporters and the Kool-Aid
drinkers at Jonestown, Guyana. He also says, "For people of color in this county, this [i.e., the presidential
election] is a life or death issue." This is absurd. No one, no matter their color or creed, faces
"life or death" circumstances at the polls in 2020.
lost the election': Jimmy Carter says Trump an illegitimate president. Jimmy Carter said he doesn't believe President
Trump won the 2016 election legitimately. Speaking at a Carter Center conference on human rights on Friday [6/28/2019], the
former president said a full investigation into Russian interference "would show that Trump didn't actually win the election in
2016." "He lost the election and he was put into office because the Russians interfered on his behalf," Carter said.
Democrats have made such shibboleth of Trump's Russian collusion, that even in the face of complete exoneration, they can't
let go — partly because they have always known it wasn't true.
Gets Caught! Crackpot Trump Accuser's Story Likely Stolen from TV Episode. CNN's Anderson Cooper on
Monday interviewed E. Jean Carroll, a woman who alleged Donald Trump raped her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the
1990's. Bergdorf Goodman is a very high-end department store packed with attentive salespeople and security which makes
Carroll's claims even more preposterous. Anderson Cooper was left speechless and stuttering and decided to cut to
commercial break after E. Jean Carroll called rape "sexy."
Are Planning to Steal the 2020 Election. Notice how quickly E. Jean Carroll disappeared from the headlines? Or,
how the same media, which has a conniption fit when Trump asks for an extra scoop of ice cream, scarcely publicized her rape accusation,
and then let the matter drop with nary a peep? Perhaps a sealed indictment of Donald Trump (New York has no statute of limitations
for first-degree rape) is being processed as we speak, with the purpose of it being leaked just in time for the election. Or a
sealed indictment of Trump for campaign finance violations with respect to the Stormy Daniel payments will be leaked by the Office of
the U. S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York — remember, Cohen and others are still "cooperating." And
it's no secret they've been investigating Trump. In any case, expect a leak of a "sealed indictment" for something; the something
is immaterial. They've been shown the man; they'll find the crime.
Brands Trump a Madman — for Not Killing Iranians. No longer into publicly wearing hoods and robes,
Mr. Schumer's low-watt party is now in a frenzy over President Trump's decision to not bomb Iran after the rogue nation
shot down one of our surveillance drones flying in international airspace. Mr. Trump's generals presented the
commander in chief with a plan for retaliating against Iran, but he decided against pulling the trigger because too many
Iranians would have died. Democrats accuse the president of being dangerous, imperious, reckless and trigger-twitchy.
(Oh, and racist, too, of course, though Mr. Trump has never been into wearing the white sheets that have robed so many
Democrats over the generations.)
and Obama Actually Did. Just imagine if Norway were running a double-agent in the Kremlin who could prove that
Bernie Sanders was recruited as an asset by the KGB when he and his wife honeymooned in the Soviet Union in 1988 and that he
had been given the mission to run for president, implement socialism in America and so weaken us in our geopolitical contest
with Russia. Not only should the president be open to the receipt of such information, it would his sworn duty to do so
and to act upon the information given his primary responsibility to protect our nation from all enemies "foreign and
domestic." Yet the media has proceeded hysterically to misrepresent the president's words, saying his willingness to be
open to such information provided by an ally such as Norway is the same as being open to "opposition research" proffered by
adversaries such as China or Russia. He said no such thing. He never once indicated his willingness to work with
our enemies in a way that could affect a U.S. election.
Smarter Than The Experts. Remember the bold predictions made by the New York Times' economist and
resident expert, Paul Krugman? The Nobel Prize winning economist said that the economic fallout of a Donald Trump
presidency would be severe and widespread, predicting that it could "plunge the world into recession." He penned his view in
an opinion piece published the day after the election. Calling Trump both "ignorant and irresponsible," he said that
his election would be the "mother of all adverse effects." He warned that the new administration could quickly undo the
progress that markets had made in the eight years since the financial crisis. He was wrong. The Trump economy
continues setting records. Employment, real wages, consumer confidence, all moving ever higher. We wait in vain
for a correction or apology from Krugman or the Times. They rarely find room to share the good economic news with
their shrinking readership. The truth does indeed die in darkness.
Shuts Down NBC Claim Race Relations [are] 'Worse' Under Trump. During an interview with former Secretary of
State Condoleezza Rice for the Third Hour Today show on Thursday [6/20/2019], NBC reporter Sheinelle Jones grilled the
prominent African American Republican on whether race relations were "worse" under President Trump. Rice immediately
rejected the notion and called on the press to knock off the "hyperbole" in its coverage.
Democrats Believe This Or Are They Trying to Get President Trump Shot? Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is actually not
doing anything to improve the situation at the border except telling everyone the President is running concentration camps
and insisting she is serious. If the congresswoman actually believes the President is a danger who will be re-elected
without impeachment, it sounds like her fall back strategy is to try to get the man shot by hoping to inspire the next James
Hodgkinson.I cannot emphasize enough that if Donald Trump accused a Democrat of running concentration camps or, frankly, if
any elected Republican had made those claims against Barack Obama, the media would be all over the person saying such a thing
and insisting they were trying to incite violence against President Obama.
Lemon And CNN Can't Stop The Trump/Hitler Comparisons. In a discussion with Chris Cuomo on CNN, Don Lemon once
again made a Trump/Hitler comparison. [Video clip] [...] This was shortly after CNN cut away from the Trump rally when the
President attacked the media and the crowd started chanting "CNN s****".
The Editor says...
The opinions of actors and actresses are no more valuable than yours or mine. Most kids these days don't have any idea how the
government works or how long Trump will be in office. There's no way suicides might be the result of drugs, fatherlessness,
bullies, demons, nihilism, gender fluidity, Facebook, humanist indoctrination at school. Yeah, it must be Trump.
Out The Reported Racist Delay Of Harriet Tubman's $20 Note Was Fake News. A few weeks ago, it was announced
that a new $20 bill graced by Harriet Tubman wouldn't be shown in 2020. This set off a wave of condemnation and claims
of racism backed by absolutely no evidence. We are supposed to believe that Trump dislikes non-whites so much that he
personally intervened in the situation and delayed the project. [...] Now, more details are coming out and as per usual,
there's a lot more to the story and none of it involves Donald Trump at all.
Slam Trump's 'Pretty Racist' Quotes, Then Learn They're From Biden. In a new man-on-the-street video, Campus
Reform's Cabot Phillips asks a few pro-Joe Biden college students to guess which presidential candidate — Donald
Trump or Biden — was the source of some racially charged quotes, all of which were infamously stated by Biden.
Phillips finds that even though some of the lines have been widely reported, the students all guess Trump for each quote.
When they are informed that in fact Biden said all of the "pretty racist" comments, the students express genuine surprise and
say the revelation will likely impact their support for the former vice president.
The Apocalypse? With less than 10 days until the first Democrat debate, the most relevant question each and
every candidate should be asked is, "Where's the apocalypse?" Where is the doom and gloom we were assured would follow Donald
Trump's ascendency to the presidency? Where is the economic meltdown? Where is the tyrannical usurpation of power?
Marsha Fudge shouts at GOP rep after being scolded for bashing Trump and 'dumb' supporters on House floor.
Blinded by righteous indignation and hatred of President Donald Trump, Democrats treat rules and protocol as mere
inconveniences when it comes to attacking Trump. All of which made for an interesting exchange on the House floor
Tuesday when a Republican member clashed with a colleague from across the aisle. In an apparent effort to skirt the
rules, Rep. Marcia Fudge, D-Ohio, read an alleged constituent letter that described the president as a "mobster, a con
man, a gangster" and said he was "sexually condescending to women."
paints Trump as hater for saying 'no' to gay rainbow flag flying over U.S. embassies. Well, now it looks like
we have a gay flag controversy, something Democrats are sure to make a 2020 campaign issue and the press reporting the whole
thing is being done to be mean. [...] Axios, citing NBC News, reports that the plan was to fly the rainbow flag either
alongside the U.S. flag as its equal, or perhaps directly under it on the same pole. [...] What goes unexplored in all this
nonsense is that flying the rainbow flag as an equal to the U.S. flag isn't actually done protocol-wise. It would
actually signal a certain kind of favoritism to causes about which there is no complete consensus. It would also open
the gate to a host of special interests demanding equal treatment without even being part of the government. If we can
fly the gay flag alongside the American, why not the CAIR flag? As fine as the gay cause for human rights may be, it
remains an idea, a transnational phenomenon, and not explicitly American. Putting the flag of a cause next to a flag of
a sovereign would just equalize the state with activism. An armed forces flag would be appropriate to fly underneath
the American flag. But a rainbow flag, or a CAIR flag, or a Black Panthers flag, or even a pro-life flag, would
not. In making the gay flag an equal with the U.S. government, sovereignty would ultimately be reduced in importance,
which would explain very well why President Obama was all in favor of it earlier.
Citizenship Question Is Racist? What About Clinton's and Obama's? The debate over the Trump
Administration's proposed citizenship question on the 2020 Census is heating up again. A federal judge in New York
held a hearing on this question this week, and the U.S. Supreme Court will rule on this matter by month's end. The
Right seems tongue-tied on this issue amid the Left's predictable and vile claims that this question is fueled by —
what else? — racism. Kristen Clarke, president of the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, said the
citizenship question is "nothing more than a pretext to carry out the Trump Administration's racist agenda." [...] The fastest
way to humiliate the Left into silence on this matter is to display the images of the 2000 Census, in which Bill Clinton asked
the very same question. "Is this person a citizen of the United States?"
Who Are the Big Babies
Now. They don't like President Trump. Why, they cannot articulate with coherence. He is a fascist,
a racist, a misogynist, and a sexual predator. Apparently. When asked to elucidate such frightful charges, the
rhetoric runs dry. They just know Orange Man Bad. The leftist corporate media and the BBC told them
so. Which may be why his approval rating here is so low. Trump says what most Americans and Brits tend to think,
but would not dare say, lest they be shamed publicly, and banished from polite society.
Buttigieg Tells Kid Donald Trump Is 'Really Mean'. Mayor Pete Buttigieg met with children in Palo Alto,
California, on Sunday, telling them during a family brunch event for his campaign that President Trump is "really
mean." One of the children asked Buttigieg how he was going to defeat President Donald Trump in 2020. "We can't
play his game. You know how he's really mean? He likes to call people names." he said. "If we do it
his way, I think we're going to lose, so we have to change the whole game."
Brazile goes too far on Fox News, claims Russia is the reason Hillary not elected president. At what point does
Fox News pull the plug when a featured talking head spouts a discredited conspiracy theory? Donna Brazile, who forever
discredited herself as corrupt when she supplied debate questions in advance to her former boss, Hillary Clinton, and was
fired by CNN for it, found a new home at Fox News as one of their "contributors" (people paid to be available a certain
number of hours for on-air commentary). But in an appearance over the weekend, she made the argument that Hillary Clinton
lost only because of Russian interference — a contention for which there is no evidence whatsoever.
Blatantly Lies to Protect Far-Left Abortionists. A left wing conspiracy theory news channel Friday [5/31/2019]
made blatantly false claims in order to make the abortionists on the far-left seem less radical. "Vice President Mike
Pence suggested Thursday that abortion rights activists support 'infanticide,' echoing false claims made last month by
President Donald Trump about doctors killing babies that have already been born," said CNN. But there are two obvious
problems with CNN's analysis. The first is that Trump never said that.
media has a new fact-checking standard: 'Kinda plausible'. [E]ven if you instill in your kids your
conservative, pro-America, constitutional values, they are going be inundated with Left-wing pabulum, propaganda, and
disinformation virtually every moment of their higher education experience. Case in point: One professor, Ian
Bremmer, a geopolitical analyst, journalist, and cable news regular, actually attributed a 'quote' about North Korea to POTUS
Donald Trump that was 100 percent made up, but posted on Twitter as though it was real — and then he
actually defended his actions and his lie.
Columnist Fabricates Viral Trump Quote, Media and Politicians Spread Fake News. Ian Bremmer is a professor at
New York University; a columnist with Time Magazine and has 428,000 Twitter followers. Earlier today he fabricated a
Trump quote out of thin air, and thousands of followers and politicians instantly shared it: [...] Professor Bremmer was
challenged on the quote he attributed to President Trump during his state visit to Japan. Instead of admitting he made
the entire thing up, Bremmer deletes the quote and offers no apology.
professor apologizes for making up a fake Trump quote. Ian Bremmer is a political scientist who teaches at New
York University. He also apparently works at Time magazine and appears on television occasionally as an expert in
foreign affairs. Sunday he created quite a firestorm when he tweeted out a fake quote attributed to President
Trump. For a while, Bremmer doubled-down and refused to delete the tweet or apologize, even after other blue-checked
progressives began sharing it widely. Today [5/27/2019], Bremmer finally apologized.
Walks Out On Pelosi, Schumer After "Cover-Up" Remarks. "I don't do cover-ups," Donald Trump declared from the
Rose Garden, surprising reporters who expected the president to be meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer.
Instead, Trump walked out on the two Democrats after Pelosi accused him of being "engaged in a cover-up."
Sanders says there there is 'no choice' but to impeach 'pathological liar' Trump. Impeachment is becoming and a
more and more popular term for Democrat lawmakers. Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is the latest to pander to the extreme
left by coming out in support of impeaching President Donald Trump. In a Thursday [5/23/2019] tweet, Sanders called Trump a
"pathological liar" and said the president does not "understand the Constitution," which is rich coming from a socialist like Sanders.
of the gate, Beto goes low. The guy with the skateboard was not at all above board at CNN's town hall
appearance on Tuesday night. The very first question dealt with restoring "global leadership" post-Trump and Beto
O'Rourke swung away at the current president, unhindered by facts or the toxicity of his words. He claimed Trump
described immigrants who come to the United States as "rapists and criminals." At no point has President Trump made such a
blanket declaration of all immigrants. He has rightly noted that there are rapists and criminals coming over the borders.
O'Rourke peddles false claim that Trump called asylum-seekers 'animals'. Former U.S. Rep. Beto O'Rourke, a
candidate for the Democratic Party's 2020 presidential nomination, used a televised town hall event Tuesday night to spread
the debunked claim that President Trump called asylum-seekers "animals." The remarks from the former congressman from
El Paso, Texas, came in response to the first question during the CNN event, which took place in Des Moines, Iowa, capital
of the state where the first caucuses of next year's election season will be held.
Pushes Pelosi to Impeach Trump Because He's 'Raping the Country'. Rep. Steve Cohen (D., Tenn.) on Monday
called for the impeachment of President Donald Trump, accusing him of "raping the country." Cohen stood up and yelled for
Trump to be impeached during a Democratic Steering and Policy Committee meeting with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D.,
Calif.), prompting Pelosi to push back saying, "This is not about politics, it's about what's best for the American people,"
according to Politico.
O'Rourke: 'I don't have complete confidence' Trump was elected fairly. Democratic presidential hopeful Beto
O'Rourke pointed to Russian hacking of Florida voter registration information as support for his suspicions about the 2016
presidential election. When asked in an MSNBC interview Saturday [5/18/2019] if he was confident President Trump had
been elected fairly, the former Texas congressman agreed the use of propaganda on voters and electoral system breaches gave
The Editor says...
[#1] Nobody has used misleading propaganda to try to get elected more than Robert F. O'Rourke. [#2] Nobody
has taken advantage of "electoral system breaches," i.e., dead voters, than the Democratic Party.
Liberals Attack Tiger Woods. When Tiger Woods won The Masters this year it shocked the world. His glory
days were long since gone; injuries had relegated him to forever live in past accomplishments — his career was
pretty much over, he just hadn't retired yet. Then he did it, he came back and won. Nearly everyone was not only
shocked, they were excited. Americans love a great comeback story. In the midst of that celebration, something
happened to turn a lot of people away from that happiness — the president of the United States joined in.
First came a tweet congratulating Woods. Leftists responded the way they respond to everything, they called Donald Trump
a racist. Ask them what time it is and you'll get the same response.
blasts Donald Trump for allowing 'Jim Crow to sneak back in' by attempting to introduce tougher voting laws.
Former Vice President Joe Biden charged Saturday that Jim Crow is 'sneaking back in' as he emphasized the need to ensure
voting rights are protected, which he said is lacking under the Trump administration. Biden drew several hundred people
to a community center in Columbia as he opened his presidential campaign in South Carolina, home of the first-in-the-South
primary and where black voters play a major role in the Democratic nominating process.
Post's 10,000 Trump untruths is about 25% fake news. President Donald Trump, according to one well-publicized
tally, has told 10,000 whoppers during this presidency. His falsehoods include such incredible claims such as
accurately stating the number of new jobs since the election. Or Trump saying he signed executive orders that he did,
in fact, sign. Or claiming that Sen. Bernie Sanders, who wants corporate taxes to increase, worker wages to rise,
and stock buybacks to end, wants 401(k) values to "dissipate." If those don't sound so fraudulent, that's because
they're not. The Washington Post's count of what it calls "false and misleading statements," and what other media
outlets quickly short-handed to "lies" by Trump, is itself inflated.
has obstructed justice 'on a daily basis', claims Nancy Pelosi. President Trump has 'demonstrated on a daily
basis his obstruction of justice', House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has declared. The Democrat also said Trump's Attorney
General William Barr would be 'obstructing Congress' if he refused to testify before the House on the Mueller report this
week. Barr is due before the House on Thursday [5/2/2019] but has signalled he may not appear if Democrats try to have
him questioned by committee lawyers.
Left Continues to Peddle the Lie that Trump Represents a Threat to Press Freedom. Saturday night's [4/27/2019]
White House Correspondents dinner once again came and went without most Americans having paid it any serious attention, and
for the third straight year, our president chose to miss this increasingly farcical event where journalists pat each other on
the back for the fine jobs they believe themselves to be doing. [...] There was a calculated effort to portray this
administration as uniquely at odds with a free and critical press in the scope of American history. For example,
historian and host Ron Chernow quipped that "George Washington felt maligned and misunderstood by the press, but he never
generalized that as a vendetta against the institution." Can any sane person, much less a "historian," actually argue
that Trump is the only president to malign the free press, as an institution, for spreading "fake news?" Franklin Delano
Roosevelt certainly did, and he remains a hero of the left despite having done so.
do the Facts Turn into Political Demagoguery for Purely Partisan Reasons? Ever since the unfortunate violent
confrontation in Charlottesville, Virginia in August, 2017, the left has condemned President Trump for not condemning
forcefully enough one of the groups who participated in that violent confrontation. The irrefutable fact is, President
Trump condemned not only the neo-Nazis (a/k/a white supremacists), but also the ANTIFA thugs who congregated outside the
park. There was a third group on that day that was represented by local peaceful protesters who were protesting the
tearing down of the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. They were not terrorists or members of either of the
violent groups, the neo-Nazi racists or the ANTIFA thugs. It was that local group that Trump referred to as "some good
people". The "fake news" and the Trump haters never mention that fact in Trump's initial remarks about the incident.
This is and was a lie and they knew it, but in their hatred for President Trump, they wanted to paint him as an apologist for
the despicable neo-Nazi thugs.
Most Jews Aren't Bothered by the Times' Anti-Semitic Cartoon. Last week, The New York Times published a cartoon
so anti-Semitic that Bret Stephens wrote in his Times column that it was "an image that, in another age, might have been
published in the pages of Der Sturmer." Der Sturmer was the Nazis' major anti-Semitic newspaper. A Times
columnist charging the Times with publishing a Nazi-like cartoon is quite a moment in American publishing history. [...] Of course,
the cartoon is not just about Israel or Jews. It is about Trump, whom the left so hates. It depicts him as the stooge
of both Vladimir Putin and Netanyahu. There is no truth to either depiction, but if truth mattered to the left, there
would be no left.
We Will Be Investigating Trump's 'Contempt for Law'. Sunday on CNN's "State of the Union," Rep. Jerry
Nadler (D-NY), the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, said his committee would be investigating President Donald
Trump's "contempt for law." When asked about reports the president told border agents to stop letting asylum seekers in
the country, Nadler said, "My response is this shows the president's contempt for law, another incidence of the president's
contempt for law, to order that something clearly illegal, mainly blocking people claiming asylum from coming into the
country which is clearly against our law. [...]"
The Editor says...
Most of the people flooding across the border are not making claims for asylum. They're just freeloaders looking for a
lifetime of handouts. At best, they're unskilled workers, of which we have plenty already.
O'Rourke accuses Trump of 'incitement to violence' against Ilhan Omar with 9/11 tweet. Democratic White House
hopeful Beto O'Rourke accused President Trump of inciting "violence against Congresswomen Omar." The former Texas
congressman's comments came at a campaign event in South Carolina on Saturday [4/13/2019] after Trump tweeted a video of remarks
by Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., about the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. O'Rourke said that the video tweeted by Trump on
Friday [4/12/2019] is another example of the administration targeting women and minorities.
The Editor says...
The Trump administration has criticized a loudmouth Muslim Congresswoman who appears to be disloyal to the United States. Islam has declared
war on the U.S. long ago, and the Congresswoman has chosen to stand with Islam. The attack on New York City and other sites on 9/11/2001 was
an act of war. Nothing that Mr. Trump said could be construed as incitement to violence, except by a poorly-educated simpleton. As
another U.S. President
once said, "You are either with us, or with the terrorists."
The Poison Of
Main Stream Media Propaganda. President Trump was never called a racist and bigot until he ran as the 2016
Republican presidential candidate. Before then, he was well liked by many liberal celebrities from Oprah Winfrey to
Michael Jackson. Trump was known as a bombastic businessman, but he always had a pretty diverse circle of
friends. Even on his show, The Apprentice, the contestants and celebrities were from all backgrounds, genders
and ethnicities. In the 1990s, Donald Trump worked with the Rainbow-PUSH coalition to help bring more black Americans
and minorities into corporate America. Jesse Jackson was so impressed that, in 1999, he praised Trump for a lifetime of
helping the African American community.
O'Rourke's 3 Lies That Will Cost Him the Election. [#1] Trump Hates Immigrants: President Trump hates
immigrants is a common narrative spread by the mainstream media and Democrats, and Beto is showing no creativity in retelling
it. The difference between his claim and most others is that he made the mistake of getting specific. In so
doing, he gave honest people the means to debunk his claim. According to Beto, Trump called immigrants an "infestation"
and referred to them as animals. This is a thoroughly debunked distortion of the truth. There's video of this
quote, and when you watch the whole thing — as opposed to the deceptively edited, mainstream media
version — you see that President Trump was not referring to immigrants in general. He was responding to a
question about MS-13. Keep in mind that this is a gang that operates under the motto of "kill, rape, control." Harsh
language seems appropriate. Even without this specific misquote, the notion that our President hates immigrants is
and toxic media at their worst. The left and its compliant media are willfully reporting false news to the
American people. Whether it is a symptom of mass hysteria that is the genesis for this confirmation bias-style
reporting or an intentional maneuver to spread anti-Trump propaganda, its effect is toxic and pernicious. The report
comes in the form of a tweet making its way through the Twitter-sphere in which a user named Mark Elliott has posted a video
of Donald Trump who he contends is referring to migrants at the border as "animals." [...] The president's words were clearly
relating to the murderous gang MS-13 and not innocent migrants. The exchange first became a controversy last year when
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi mischaracterized the remarks.
Writer Praises Progressives for Misleading Americans on Tax Cuts. Vox writer Matthew Yglesias praised
progressive groups for misleading Americans about their taxes Monday [4/8/2019]. In a tweet, Yglesias praised the
"messaging success" over President Donald Trump's Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. The president signed the bill into law in
December 2017. At the time, then-Speaker of the House Paul Ryan (R., Wis.) said the bill would save families making
$73,000 per year more than $2,000. "[P]rogressive groups did a really good job of convincing people that Trump raised
their taxes," Yglesias said.
The Editor says...
Democrats are constantly upset about President Trump's tweets. Now it appears that his non-tweets are just as bad.
O'Rourke compares Trump administration rhetoric to Nazi Germany. Democratic 2020 contender Beto O'Rourke on
Thursday [4/4/2019] compared President Trump's rhetoric regarding immigration to that of Nazi Germany. Speaking to
reporters in Iowa, the former congressman — in response to a question about how he would address attacks from
Republicans — called out "the rhetoric of a president who not only describes immigrants as rapists and criminals
but as animals and an infestation."
Is Trying to Kill You. There's a lot we don't know about the legacy Donald Trump will leave behind. And
it is, of course, hugely important what happens in the 2020 election. But one thing seems sure: Even if he's a
one-term president, Trump will have caused, directly or indirectly, the premature deaths of a large number of
Americans. Some of those deaths will come at the hands of right-wing, white nationalist extremists, who are a rapidly
growing threat, partly because they feel empowered by a president who calls them "very fine people." Some will come from
failures of governance, like the inadequate response to Hurricane Maria, which surely contributed to the high death toll in
The Editor says...
I don't know what it takes to get a job as a writer at the New York Times, but apparently the bar has been set really low.
Donald Trump did not cause Hurricane Maria, and even if he had, the government has no constitutional obligation to clean up after a
hurricane. Nobody has been killed by "right-wing, white nationalist extremists." I could offer rebuttals to the rest of
the canards in the article above, whatever those canards may be, but I have neither the time nor the inclination to read it.
If you actually pay to read the New York Times, in print or on line, you are welcome to
visit t akdart.com for re-education.
line: Trump is blamed for everything. Donald J. Trump — is there anything he can't do? I
ask this after the most recent example of his omniscient omnipresence in every single headline issue of the day —
in this case the Jussie Smollett hate crime hoax in Chicago. When the shocking crime was first reported, it was
naturally blamed on Trump — two homophobic MAGA-hat wearing rednecks, assaulting a gay black D-list actor and
looping a noose around his neck. But now that it's been exposed as the most cynical of frauds, guess what —
it's still Trump's fault.
Cites SPLC to Blame Trump for Abetting White Supremacy. On Monday [3/18/2019], Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.)
suggested that President Donald Trump was abetting white supremacist terror by looking "the other way" after the mosque shooting in
Christchurch, New Zealand. In doing so, she retweeted the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), a far-left smear group that demonizes
conservatives and Christians and has worked overtime to connect Trump to "hate." Ocasio-Cortez retweeted the SPLC tweet quoting
Trump saying he doesn't see white nationalism as a rising threat around the world.
Wallace shamefully renews narrative that Trump inflames anti-muslim white supremacy. Mick Mulvaney sets him
straight. Fox News Sunday host Chris Wallace debated White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney [3/17/2019]
regarding the recurring liberal narrative that President Trump's comments encourage bigotry. In light of the New
Zealand mosque shootings, there are many progressives trying to blame the president for the attitudes of anti-muslim groups
and individuals around the globe. Wallace asked, "I agree the president is not responsible for this (New Zealand
shooting) but has he considered, given the fact that some people seem to feel that he has given them cover, has he considered
giving a major speech condemning anti-Muslim white supremacist bigotry? To the degree that there is an issue with white
supremacists, white nationalists, anti-Muslim bigotry in this country — and there is an issue with
that — why not deliver a speech condemning it?"
Bash Blames Trump for NZ Massacre: Trump's Rhetoric Riles Up 'Nut Jobs'. Even if a shooting happens in
another country, the anti-Trump media here at home are quick to put the blame entirely on President Trump. After the
horrific massacre at two mosques in New Zealand, CNN's Chief Political Correspondent Dana Bash and political analyst John
Avlon complained that Trump's rhetoric was responsible for the alleged suspect's violent act of terrorism, which killed
49 people. Bash made a direct link between what Trump says at his rallies and how "nut jobs" like this shooter,
are inspired by his words. Hosts John Berman and Alisyn Camerota began the segment lamenting that the shooter's alleged
manifesto, which was posted online, contained rhetoric that was similar to things President Trump has said in rallies and ads.
senator and CNN rush to blame Trump over New Zealand massacre. Sen. Richard Blumenthal and a CNN anchor
immediately blamed rhetoric from President Trump and his allies for the mass shooting in New Zealand that took the lives of
49 people. After briefly saying that "of course our prayers go out to the people of New Zealand, particularly the loved
ones and survivors and victims," Blumenthal, D-Conn., wasted no time in bringing up Trump. "But words do have consequences,
and we know that at the very pinnacle of power in our own country, people are talking about 'good people on both sides,'" he said,
referencing Trump's controversial Charlottesville comments.
Rep. Cohen: 'Trump Is a Cancer on the Country'. Sunday [3/10/2019] on MSNBC's "Live," Rep. Steve
Cohen (D-TN) said President Donald Trump is a "cancer on the country." Cohen said, "Trump is a con man. Michael
Cohen said he is a con man, a liar, and a racist. He is a con man. He is a liar, and he is a racist. He has
lied about everything that goes down. He continues to lie. That's why he's attacked this Mueller investigation,
the Justice Department, the FBI, judges that didn't rule in his manner and way in the Trump University lawsuit. The man
is a walking lie."
Echo Michael Cohen Conspiracy: Trump Will Start Civil War if Voted Out. Since last week, the news media
has been busy churning out content echoing a talking point propagated during Congressional testimony by President Trump's
disgraced and disbarred attorney Michael Cohen claiming that Trump will not allow a peaceful transition if he loses the 2020
election. Journalists and pundits utilized Cohen's remarks to warn about such outlandish post-election scenarios as
Trump using the U.S. military to cling to power, raising a private army of mercenaries or deliberately igniting a civil war.
Echo Michael Cohen Conspiracy: Trump Will Start Civil War if Voted Out. Since last week, the news media
has been busy churning out content echoing a talking point propagated during Congressional testimony by President Trump's
disgraced and disbarred attorney Michael Cohen claiming that Trump will not allow a peaceful transition if he loses the 2020
election. Journalists and pundits utilized Cohen's remarks to warn about such outlandish post-election scenarios as Trump
using the U.S. military to cling to power, raising a private army of mercenaries or deliberately igniting a civil war.
Clinton says country is in 'full-fledged crisis' during speech in Selma to mark 'Bloody Sunday'. Former
Secretary of State and presidential candidate Hillary Clinton offered a stark view of the country on Sunday, comparing the
current "crisis in our democracy" to the turbulence that occurred amid the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s. Speaking
during a reception in Selma, Ala. to mark the 54th anniversary of "Bloody Sunday" and to receive the International Unity
Award at the Martin Luther King and Coretta Scott King Unity Breakfast, Clinton said that the United States is facing a
"full-fledged crisis in our democracy."
Shark with Michael Cohen. Democrats and the media surely will continue pushing the narrative that Cohen's
scant documents somehow prove something. They don't. He produced two $35,000 checks that he claims were
reimbursements for the Stormy Daniels' payment. He produced no evidence that these checks were in fact
for that payment. He produced a bank statement showing an advance from a home equity line of credit for $131,000
that he claims offers proof that Trump indicated that he would reimburse him. He produced no evidence that Trump
actually gave any such indication. He produced three financial statements from three separate years with
differing estimates of Trump's net worth that he claims show that Trump manipulated his financial statements. He
produced no evidence that these statements were in fact doctored.
Continues to Defend Rhetoric About Racism: It Was 'Teachable Moment'. Rep. Rashida Tlaib (D., Mich.)
on Thursday [2/28/2019] defended her behavior at a congressional hearing the day prior, during which she suggested the actions of a
Republican colleague were "racist" but denied she was calling him a racist. It was a "teachable moment," Tlaib told
CNN. Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump's former attorney and fixer, accused the president of racism during a House
oversight committee hearing on Wednesday. "Mr. Trump is a racist," Cohen said. Rep. Mark Meadows (R.,
N.C.) took action to counter the accusations by inviting Housing and Urban Development administrator Lynne Patton, who is
black, to the hearing.
Incompetence and Questionable Science. How do we relate to the statement by Rep. Ocasio-Cortez that "The
world is gonna end in 12 years if we don't address climate change," while the Green New Deal program is designed for ten
years? We were repeatedly told that Trump's tax cut would lead to the bankruptcy of the federal government. It
did not happen. We were warned that Trump's tariff wars with China and the European Union would lead to mass
unemployment. That did not happen either — on the contrary, the number of vacant jobs in America exceeds
the number of unemployed. So, what has played such a cruel joke on the Democrats?
'Racism' and 'Hatred' Define Trump Presidency. Former Rep. Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke (D-TX) said on
Friday evening in Wisconsin that "hatred" and "racism" have defined Donald Trump's presidency. Speaking to political
science students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, O'Rourke told the Badgers that President Trump came to the border in
El Paso, Texas, this week to "stoke the anxiety and the paranoia and the fear and the hatred and the racism that has defined
his campaigns and his presidency."
Only Trump Had Known What He Did Not Yet Know About D.C. [Scroll down] The lies began immediately:
He is an anti-Semite. Lie. He took a bust of Rev. Dr. King out of the oval office. Lie.
He is a White supremacist. Lie. No sooner was he at work than the hordes descended on his spokesman, Sean
Spicer. Later they would throw the next spokesperson and her family out of a restaurant. And that evil Mueller
Inquisition. One of these days, between tomorrow and the end of Mr. Trump's second term in six years, we will see
that Mr. Trump did not collude with Putin, but that Inquisition has taken so much air out of his every day.
Media's 9 Worst 'Fact Checks' of Trump's State of the Union. The establishment media fact checkers had it
pretty tough Tuesday night. To begin with, they went into the State of the Union knowing they no longer have any
credibility with the public, and they came out of it forced to lie or pound out a series of tedious nit-picks. Or, in
the case of the far-left Washington Post's Glenn Kessler, had to pretend the sexual assault of migrant women isn't as
bad as Trump made it sound.
Meltdown! Waters begs Americans to 'turn the television off' during Trump SOTU. Maxine Waters doesn't
want to hear what Donald Trump has to say tonight [2/5/02019]. The California congresswoman melted down when asked if
she would be listening to Trump's second State of the Union address this evening. "I don't even know why he wants to
come and give the State of the Union," Waters huffed to Essence magazine. "The state of the union under him has not
been good," she claimed, dismissing record low unemployment rates for black Americans and strong economic activity.
bigoted obsession with MAGA hats. For much of progressive America, if you are wearing the hat, you are suiting
up for Team Racist. You are marking yourself out as a bigot and a goon. Your individuality doesn't matter
anymore, only the cap.
The Editor says...
She's an actress. Her opinion is no more important than yours or mine. But the sensationalists in the so-called
news media seem to think that actors' opinions sell newspapers. And of course, "selling newspapers" is just an expression,
because nobody buys newspapers any more, except perhaps the owners of caged birds.
Sanders calls President Trump a racist on Martin Luther King Day. Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders had a dream
of stopping "racist" President Trump's vision to "Make America Great Again." "Today we say to Donald Trump —
We are not going back to more bigotry, discrimination and division," Sanders told a South Carolina audience at an event marking
Martin Luther King Day. "Instead of bringing us together as Americans, he has purposely and aggressively attempted to
divide us up by the color of our skin, by our gender, by our nationality, by our religion and by our sexual orientation."
The Editor says...
Nobody works harder to categorize and segregate Americans into easily-manageable groups and factions than the Democrats.
says Trump put her life in danger by yanking plane access. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Friday [1/18/2019] accused
President Trump of putting her life in danger by publicly nixing her top-secret trip to a war zone in Afghanistan — and
then "leaking" her backup plans to travel commercially. Pelosi spokesman Drew Hammill said she and a delegation were "prepared
to fly commercially to proceed with this vital trip" after Trump suddenly yanked their use of a military plane for the overseas trip
on Thursday [1/17/2019].
President Trump were really a racist or a Nazi, then please explain these facts. If, as critics allege, Trump
is truly a Nazi, then why has he been heralded as Israel's biggest supporter? Why was he the only president to move our
embassy to Jerusalem? Why didn't he object to his daughter's conversion to Judaism? It's so easy to hurl
accusations of racism and Nazism because frankly the brain-dead mobs are only interested in vandalism and mayhem and totally
disinterested in truth. They also have no idea what racism and Nazism historically mean. What on earth did Donald
Trump do to deserve these unfair labels? Apparently he told the truth about what was happening to the country he loves
so much. The fact is that Trump has never been against immigrants or immigration, just the abuse of our laws.
The Dems Who Cried 'Wolf!'
For two years the Left has been accusing the President of the craziest things imaginable. They lied and said he removed
a bust of the Rev. Dr. King from the White House. A complete lie on Day One. They lied,
said, and still say that he collaborated with Putin to get elected, even though it was the Clinton camp who leveraged Russian
and Ukrainian assets for personal financial gain and for developing the "Steele Dossier" that was used to hurt Trump during
the elections. The President's opponents accused him of being a fascist and sought to prove their hysteria by saying
that only a militarist would surround himself immediately with generals like Michael Flynn, H.R. McMaster, John Kelley,
and James Mattis, as when he named his cabinet and staff. (And when they all were gone within two years, the
Trump-haters complained about that.) They accused him of being senile, medically demented, inflicted with
Alzheimer's. They wrote that his wife was leaving himor was deathly ill or was hiding. One crazy thing after
another. It started before Day One when they called him an "anti-Semite," and it never has stopped.
Atlantic Ties Extremism to Trump Despite Clear Facts. Journalist Charles Duhigg writes in a longform piece in
The Atlantic about the cause and effects of anger. While Duhigg is somewhat more balanced toward President Trump than
many of his mainstream media colleagues, he fails to report full context about the extremists who perpetrated criminal
behavior last year. Writing about the decline in America's social trust, Duhigg gives credence to common anti-Trump
media tropes that seek to divide rather than provide an accurate portrayal of the president's positions.
a pulpit critique of Donald Trump, Hank Johnson invokes Adolf Hitler. U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson has never
been a fan of President Donald Trump, but the Lithonia Democrat significantly dialed up his criticism on Tuesday [1/1/2019] with a
searing New Year's Day speech that drew parallels between Trump's rise and that of Adolf Hitler. Johnson made his point
from the pulpit at Friendship Baptist Church, during a celebration to mark the 156th anniversary of the implementation of the
Emancipation Proclamation. He urged vigilance against tyranny. "Americans, particularly black Americans, can't
afford to make that same mistake about the harm that could be done by a man named Hitler or a man named Trump," Johnson said.
That Everything Liberals Say About America and Immigration Is Wrong. Democrats have done their best to portray
America as xenophobic simply because they voted for a man in President Trump who seeks to curb illegal immigration.
"Trump takes us back to the darkest days of American xenophobia," a headline for an op-ed in the Washington Post reads.
"(Trump) and the rest of his immigration allies also sound like the very people back then who made it their goal to make
America white," they wrote. This new survey by Pew puts that ridiculous notion to rest.
Trump on Shutdown, MSNBC 'Republican' Elise Jordan Unaware Trump Donates Prez Pay. Subbing for [Nicolle] Wallace on her
MSNBC show this afternoon [12/28/2018], Elise Jordan, a former aide to Pres. George W. Bush, provided another example of the
genre. Ripping President Trump over the shutdown, an overwrought Jordan declared that Trump "won't skip paychecks" as a result of the
shutdown. Technically that's true, since by law the President is deemed an essential employee. But Jordan is apparently unaware
that Trump has never cashed a presidential paycheck, donating each one instead to different government departments to fund good works.
Don Lemon on Trump Iraq Visit: 'He's Like the Grinch' Who 'Stole Christmas' from the Troops. Wednesday, CNN's
Don Lemon reacted to President Donald Trump's surprise visit to the troops in Iraq at the Al Asad Airbase for Christmas,
comparing him to the Grinch who "stole Christmas" from the troops." "I tried not to because I was with my family, but
when we turned on CNN and we saw the president politicizing a Christmas message, it was like — we kept saying,
'He's like the Grinch.' I'm being honest," Lemon said on "CNN Tonight."
News: NBC Spreads False Claim President Trump Did Not Visit Troops at 'Christmastime'. NBC News and a
variety of other media outlets falsely reported that President Donald Trump did not visit U.S. troops in a combat zone during
Christmastime. NBC has yet to retract its demonstrably fake headline, and has left the fake story up on its website as
of publication of this article. On Wednesday afternoon [12/26/2018], White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders
confirmed that President Trump and first lady Melania Trump made a surprise secret Christmas visit to U.S. troops in Iraq.
Fake News Reports, Media Now Claim Trump's Christmas Visit to U.S. Troops Was Obvious. On Wednesday morning [12/26/2018],
media outlets were running the story that President Donald Trump had failed to visit U.S. troops at Christmastime. By Wednesday
afternoon, the media claimed Trump had made his visit to a war zone obvious in advance. In between, media outlets that had earlier
trumpeted Trump's supposed non-visit to the troops were spinning the news that he had, in fact, visited by noting that it was his first
visit to a war zone since taking office. Left-wing Salon.com, for example, reported initially that Trump had failed to visit the
troops during Christmastime, then changed its story and headline, but retained the anti-Trump spin.
Rice: Trump Is More Dangerous to America Than 'Any Foreign Adversary'. Former National Security Advisor
Susan Rice published an op-ed Sunday [12/23/2018] in the New York Times in which she declares that President Donald
Trump "does more to undermine American national security than any foreign adversary." More dangerous than the Islamic
terrorists who carried out the Benghazi attack, about which she lied to the world, blaming a YouTube video; more dangerous
than the so-called "Islamic state," which she let take root after her boss, President Barack Obama, called them the "J.V.
team"; more dangerous than Vladimir Putin's Russia, which took over Crimea on her watch; more dangerous than Iran, with
which she and her boss concluded a failed nuclear deal.
Provides Example of Google Bias After Being Called a Liar. During Obama's presidency, Google put his State of
The Union addresses on the front page of their site every year, while Trump's have never been featured. Meanwhile, CNN
said Trump propped up a "false claim" that big tech is censoring conservatives and called it a conspiracy.
Does Trump Say, 'Enough Is Enough!'? The US media is on the warpath against Trump and his family, coverage 93 percent
negative, although I suspect that number is closer to 100 percent. It's rare to pick up a US newspaper or watch any television
news and see anything remotely positive about Trump. Great economic news is always shrouded in a black cloud, as if low unemployment
or strong economic growth is racist, sexist, or simply a mirage. The Deep State, Democrats and Republicans alike, are in lock step
trying to remove Trump from office. If only they were in similar agreement on securing the border, cutting regulations, or growing the
economy than they are against Trump. Rep Adam Schiff thinks Trump is heading to jail. Rep Maxine Waters agrees saying,
"President Donald Trump is a 'criminal' who should be impeached." It never ends.
Theory: Trump Defrauded Voters. "Prosecutors' Narrative Is Clear: Trump Defrauded Voters." So
declares the first part of the headline of a New York Times article by Peter Baker and Nicholas Fandos. [...] I find odd the
notion that Trump defrauded voters. No candidate in my lifetime ever painted a clearer, more vivid picture of himself
for voters. For better or for worse, we knew what we were getting (and no, it wasn't a Putin stooge).
Brown: Trump's 'Phony' Populism Is 'Anti-Semitic,' 'Racist'. Sunday [11/25/2018] on ABC's "This Week,"
Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) said President Donald Trump's "phony" populism was anti-Semitic and racist. Brown said,
"Fundamentally you've seen a president with his phony populism where the White House looks like a retreat for Wall Street
executives, except when it looks like a retreat for oil executives, except when it looks like a retreat for pharmaceutical
In: Saudi Arabia. The progressive narrative of President Trump as evil never changes, but the argument
keeps changing. Even before he was inaugurated, he was denounced as a pawn of Russia's Putin, a traitor. Robert
Mueller was appointed with the mission of proving this but so far has come up with nothing that has leaked out. As
the oil explorers say, he has nothing but "dry hole." Since Trump must be a pawn of nefarious foreigners (except
when he is a dangerous nationalist, heedless of our obligations to other nations), we now have hysterical accusations that he is
instead a pawn of Saudi Arabia, because he insists on maintaining the strategic relationship with that Arab absolute monarchy.
The Democrats Are the
Threat to Democracy. They say that Trump loves autocrats, like Russia's Vladimir Putin or North Korea's Kim
Jong-un. Of course, the evidence proves the contrary: Trump has been tougher on Russia than his predecessor and
Trump threatened nuclear war against Kim Jong-un, which prompted the young North Korean dictator to — however
briefly — come to his senses and seek a peaceful accommodation with the West. [...] They believe that Trump is
eviscerating the hallowed independence of the Department of Justice because he is seeking to prevent "the truth" of his
duplicity in the 2016 election from getting out. All of this, of course, is easily proven to be false (never mind that
the DOJ is not an independent branch of the government; it's part of the Executive Branch which the president leads!).
are Mad. This has been a coordinated effort on the left to take Trump out. Destroy him, and his
family. Sadly, it has taken over the left. Its main success has been keeping most on the center-left filled with
24/7 hate. I originally thought they would eventually have to pull back from this effort. I couldn't imagine that
they would still be developing and making up new reasons to hate Trump several times a week for two years.
Unfortunately, the left did it. And they did it with relish, with gusto, and with blinders on. The media, bless
their hearts, stoked the flames. Their staggering hatred, their staggering bias is there for all to see. Most
recently, look at the week of outrage about Trump calling himself a nationalist. Then look at the reporting about the
Synagogue murders. They actually blamed Trump for that. Why not? They blamed him for everything else.
Warming Propaganda in the Election Season. The Washington Post is right on schedule, turning weather into
politics, [...] All because of environment-hating Donald Trump, we have storms, hurricanes, snow, rain, heat, and any other
form of weather. If only Trump didn't pull the plug on the Paris agreements, the fierce hurricanes of the last two
years would not have happened. Instead Houston, Florida, and the Carolinas would have had nothing but tropical breezes.
nightmare: Black pro-Trump voters. Because President Trump is an Alt-Right, White-Supremacist,
Nationalist Racist who wants to bring black slavery back in America, he dispatched a tweet proudly declaring record support
among black voters. "New Fox Poll shows a '40% Approval Rating by African Americans for President Trump, a record for
Republicans.' Thank you, a great honor!" See, the thing you don't understand about Alt-Right, White Supremacist,
Nationalist Racists is that while their entire mission is to bring back black slavery, they also really want to be popular
among black voters. Such disgusting white privilege!
Jane Parallels Trump And Hitler And Rise Of The Third Reich. Republican presidents are usually referred to as
Hitler and this year is no different. Never mind that it's a mid-term election and not a presidential election year.
Actress Jane Fonda, a.k.a. Hanoi Jane is the latest celeb to make headlines by paralleling the rise of Adolf Hitler and
Media Smear Trump as 'Nazi,' 'Virus,' 'Unfit to Be Human'. The video below, compiled by the Media Research
Center, is not a compilation gathered from the darkest recesses of the Internet, is not cherry-picked from some obscure
left-wing YouTube show. This is the establishment media, this is CNN, this is NBC News, this is the
Washington Post, this is the New York Times, this is ABC News, and this is CBS attacking President Trump and
his supporters as "Nazis," "white supremacists," a "virus," and "unfit to be human." [Video clip]
left is desperate and floundering badly. Readers of AT are likely to have seen the many, many clips of deranged leftists
who spew their anti-Trump venom 24-7 on CNN and MSNBC. No reason to name them all — they all say exactly the same things.
Each one of them morphs seamlessly into the next one. It is hard to imagine the level of their rhetoric being worse than it was
throughout the 2016 campaign, but it is. They have gone off the rails, out of their minds. [...] The left's accusations have
ramped up beyond calling Trump Hitler, Stalin, tyrant, dictator, etc. They call him racist a thousand times a day, even
though the man has never said or done a racist thing in his life.
Trump The Dictator?
Far-left billionaire Tom Steyer is one of the world's most notorious hypocrites. These days, he is devoting many
millions to the cause of impeaching President Trump. In advance of the midterms, he is flooding Facebook with anti-Trump
ads, including this one, "A Modern Dictator's Playbook." Steyer's video says that Trump is well on the way to being a
dictator like Saddam Hussein (because he feeds enemies into wood chippers?), Hugo Chavez (this one is funny, since Chavez was
idolized by the American left), Vladimir Putin (Trump is exactly like Putin, because Putin murders journalists while Trump
criticizes them), Recep Erdogan (per Barack Obama, one of his favorite foreign leaders) and Kim Jong-un (hard to tell what
the analogy is here). A sane person would say that in order to be a dictator, you have to... dictate. In the
American context, this presumably would mean issuing unconstitutional executive orders. But that is what Barack
Obama did, not Donald Trump.
Salon Goes For Another
Spin: U.S. Homeless Problem is All Trump. The only way to solve the problem is improving the
economy. Letting a bunch of migrants [into this country] would not do much to improve the economy, however,
Salon does not focus on this. Instead, they focus on the plight of the homeless and how President Trump is
"obsessed" with not allowing these migrants into our homeland.
Ioffe Apologizes After Saying Trump Radicalized More People than ISIS. GQ writer Julia Ioffe quickly apologized
Monday after claiming that President Trump had radicalized more people than ISIS on CNN's The Lead with Jake Tapper. "I
think, you know, this president, one of the things that he really launched his presidential run on is talking about Islamic
radicalization, and this president has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did," Julia Ioffe said. "That's
just... it's unconscionable for you to say that," CNN's David Urban shot back.
It's Time To Stop Trying To Get Along. Donald Trump doesn't owe any of these charlatans in politics or the
media an apology for the actions of someone else. After two years of calling him a racist (something they missed while
they were inviting him to their parties for 30 years before he became a Republican), homophobe (though he was for gay
marriage long before they were), Hitler, and everything else you can imagine. They've called him an idiot and a
mastermind, a puppet and dictator, an empty suit and a totalitarian. You name it, they've called him all sides of it
depending upon what their narrative required at the moment.
Liberal Hack Journalists Sign Letter Condemning Trump for Violence against the Press. President Trump has
broken more economic records in his first two years than any president in history. And his foreign policy successes are
just as impressive. Despite this the liberal mainstream media has found a way to publish anti-Trump screeds 92% of the
time. Then they all sit back and [complain] when Trump fires back at their bias and lies. On Thursday [10/25/2018]
200 hack journalists signed a letter condemning Trump for what they say is violence against the press. These are the
same asshats who have ignored over 600 beatings and violent acts against Trump supporters for the past two years.
Maxine Waters Calls on
Trump to 'Take Responsibility' for Bombs. Rep. Maxine Waters responded on Thursday to the slew of
suspicious packages potentially containing explosives that were sent to multiple high-profile Democrats the prior day.
"I think the president of the United States should take responsibility for the kind of violence that we're seeing for the
first time in different ways," the California Democrat told Blavity. "I think the president of the United States has
been dog whistling to his constituency ... and I think that they're acting out, but they believe the president wants them to
do and the way that he wants them to act."
Blames Trump For Synagogue Shooting. A correspondent for GQ blamed President Donald Trump for the shooting at a
Pittsburgh synagogue Saturday, where at least 10 people were killed and several others were injured. Julia Ioffe
sent out a tweet saying, "This president makes this possible. Here," hours after the shooting, also referencing Trump's
decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel in December of 2017, directing the State Department to relocate the
U.S. embassy. "I hope the embassy move over there, where you don't live was worth it," she tweeted.
accused of groping woman on Southwest flight says Trump said 'it's OK'. A woman flying from Houston to
Albuquerque on Sunday had just settled into her seat and fallen asleep when she was awoken by an unwanted touch — a hand from
behind her grabbing the right side of her breast. And the man authorities say is responsible allegedly cited President
Donald Trump's past lewd language about women. Federal prosecutors allege the hand belonged to 49-year-old Bruce
Michael Alexander from Tampa, Florida, another passenger on the Southwest Airlines flight, who reportedly told authorities
after being arrested Sunday that "the President of the United States says it's OK to grab women by their private parts,"
according to a criminal complaint.
Waters Accuses Trump of Inciting Violence After He Told People to Vote. Of all the people to accuse another
person of inciting violence through divisive rhetoric, Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) has no leg to stand on.
Waters recently accused President Donald Trump of fomenting violence among the right during his speech in Iowa on Tuesday,
naming the point where he urged the crowd to vote. "You will have your chance to render your verdict on the Democrats'
outrageous conduct on November 6th," said Trump, talking about America rendering its opinion on the Democrats' dog and pony
show around Brett Kavanaugh at the ballot box. Waters, for some reason, took this suggestion to vote by Trump as
inciting violence, according to Fox News: [...]
president already cost President Trump $1.4 bilion. The past two Democratic presidents made out like bandits
accumulating post-presidential net worths of $40 million or more, which was about $40 million more than they were worth when
they entered the White House. Running for president not only cost President Trump $66 million in donations to his own
campaign but the value of his companies shrank. "Trump's net worth has dropped from $4.5 billion in 2015 to hold steady
at $3.1 billion for the past two years. As a result, the president has fallen 138 spots on the latest The Forbes
400 list, which will be released Wednesday," The Hill reported. He is now No. 248. So much for that
Blame Every Death on President Trump. Fake News is a term popularized by President Donald Trump to characterize
the mainstream media. Not all journalists, as the President notes, but the major American media outlets such as CNN,
NBC, and the New York Times. While the media objects to such a characterization, they do little to dispel their new
found reputation. Only last week, the New York Times reinforced their fake news label with the story of UN Ambassador
Nikki Haley supposedly ordering expensive curtains for her official residence when in reality the curtains were ordered by
the Obama administration. The fact that it took two years for curtains to be installed after being ordered is an
interesting sidelight of government inefficiency. A small amount of research and fact checking would have kept the egg
off the NY Times' faces for publishing a bogus story. Was this deliberate or incompetence or both?
Trump's Presidency Is Not Failed. If you watch the news on a daily basis — enhanced by the recent
death of John McCain and the Kavanaugh hearings — you would think the country was near Armageddon. With the
release of the anonymous column in the New York Times, a picture is painted of an administration in disarray and a country in
peril. From what anyone can see the reality is very much the opposite.
and Puerto Rico. With Hurricane Florence churning over the Carolinas, the media seems to be licking its lips in
anticipation of President Trump's "Katrina moment." [...] The claim that almost 3,000 people died in Puerto Rico as a result
of Hurricane Maria is a lie. It is a pernicious lie because it is so casually repeated and accepted without
question. "Nearly 3,000 people died," you say? Any normal person immediately thinks 3,000 people clearly died in
the hurricane or immediately after. Perhaps one thinks of a list of 3,000 names or 3,000 funerals. Surely
no one would make a claim like this without such lists. Not so fast. Politicians and the media only
estimate that almost 3,000 people died and this number is based only on "studies" conducted by so-called "experts"
using computer models. Whatever the language used to make these studies the end result is still an approximation.
Tolls, and Trump. It's Hurricane Katrina all over again. Since the election of climate denier Donald
Trump, the politicization of major hurricanes — along with a torrent of hysterical news coverage and
blame-laying — is back en vogue. During last year's unusually active hurricane season, the media,
Democratic politicians and scientific activists claimed the devastating storms were Trump's fault even though he had been
president for less than a year; some suggested voters in the red states that helped elect Trump deserved to have their
property destroyed or even to be killed. (The Washington Post editorial board already this week has blamed Trump
for Hurricane Florence, [...])
really behind the rise in political violence. [Scroll down] Take, for example, The Washington Post, which
suggested in an editorial this week that President Trump is "complicit" about Hurricane Florence because he doesn't support
the Post's preferred climate-change policy. Now, whatever your feelings about Trump's climate-change policy —
or lack thereof — he's not responsible for a hurricane any more than former President Barack Obama was responsible
for Hurricane Sandy. At best, Trump's policy may be contributing to future global warming. But that's not the Post's
suggestion. Instead, the Post editors suggest that Trump is himself a King Triton, stirring the seas into hurricane-friendly
Trump 'complicit' in hurricane Florence. The Washington Post has published some silly editorials over the
years, but perhaps none reach the pinnacle of silliness like the editorial they published today that accuses Donald Trump in
being "complicit" in a hurricane. [...] Even if you believe the theory of global warming, stating that there is "no reasonable
doubt" that humans are responsible for any increase in hurricane intensity is either a statement of ignorance or an outright lie.
Denies That The Death Toll From Hurricane Maria Was 3,000. Here's Where The Number Came From. On Thursday [9/13/2018],
President Trump leapt directly into the path of an oncoming public disaster, tearing into the official Puerto Rican government estimate
of the death toll from Hurricane Maria just before Hurricane Florence was scheduled to make landfall. [...] Now, there are serious
questions to be asked about whether the Trump administration's response to Maria was sufficient and whether malfeasance largely rested
with the local authorities. Those questions were exacerbated yesterday by footage of millions of bottles of water sitting on a
tarmac in Puerto Rico. But there's also no question that the original death count of 6 to 18 was extraordinarily low, and clearly
Scarborough says Trump is 'a bigger threat to the American dream than foreign adversaries' in 9/11 op ed. The
feud between President Donald Trump and MSNBC host Joe Scarborough has been kept under wraps in recent months, but it
exploded in a very big way on Tuesday [9/11/2018]. That is when The Washington Post published an editorial by Scarborough
with the headline 'Trump is harming the dream of America more than any foreign adversary ever could'. Scarborough wrote
in his piece about that 'the tragic lessons of that time are still lost on our leaders,' referring to both George W. Bush and
Barack Obama as well as Trump. He did single out Trump however in the headline and to close the piece, while suggesting
that the president's supporters were complicit in his actions. He also tweeted it out.
Who Compared Trump to Bin Laden Also Said 'Nazis' Work in White House. Illinois Democrat Sean Casten, who found
himself in hot water after his belief that President Donald Trump has a "tremendous amount in common" with terrorist Osama
bin Laden was revealed by the [Washington] Free Beacon, has also told voters there are "Nazis" in the White
House. Casten, the Democratic nominee in Illinois' sixth district, responded to the initial report by saying he
regretted the bin Laden comparison and his words were "poorly chosen," but new video obtained by the Free Beacon indicates
this type of language was used often by him on the campaign trail. On two separate instances during his primary fight,
he made reference to "Nazis and racists in the White House."
It is mind-boggling that without any evidence, leftists have successfully falsely branded Trump the same as Hitler in the
minds of many of my fellow blacks. In reality, Trump is the best thing for blacks since sliced bread. Black
unemployment is at historic lows. I am encouraged that young blacks are on the national stage informing blacks about
the American left's deceptions and betrayals.
poverty report blasting Trump, US for 'hatred for the poor' uses data from last year of Obama's presidency. A
recent United Nations report blasting President Trump and America in general for harboring "contempt" and "hatred for the
poor" is based on highly inaccurate data that can't easily be used to compare the U.S. to other nations. The U.N.
report's main contentions read like an attack on the Trump administration by the Democratic Party: America has
40 million poor people, including 18.5 million who live in extreme poverty; U.S. policies regarding the poor are
"cruel and inhuman;" the Trump tax cuts aren't working and will worsen inequality; and the U.S. needs to spend less on
defense of our nation and more on social programs.
The Three Hard Truths
of the Trump Era. [#2] Racism is the left's problem, not the right's. Despite never-ending accusations of
racism aimed at Trump by delusional Democrats and their public relations representatives in the mainstream media, minorities
aren't buying it. Approval of the President among African Americans hit 36 percent in mid-August, up 17 percent
from the same period in 2017. And Trump's approval among Hispanics climbed an astonishing ten percentage points in a
single month over the summer, even as the administration faced unprecedented criticism over its family separation policy.
Of course, the second hard truth is closely tied to the first. Trump's economic policies, such as the tax cut and increased
deregulation, have created a business-friendly environment in which everyone is winning — in fact, unemployment for both blacks
and Hispanics hit record lows under the most "racist" administration in modern history.
on Trump: 'If This Is Dysfunctional, What Would Trump Be Like if He Was Functional?'. Friday on Fox Business
Network's "Mornings with Maria," former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich lauded the economy, the shift in the courts and
deregulation under President Donald Trump's leadership, asking if that is happening under a supposed "dysfunctional" White
House, how good could the country be if things were running smoothly. "You have the best economy we've had in a long,
long time, you have real progress being made in all sorts of things, you have the most successful shift in the courts in
American history, you have the biggest deregulation in American history, if this is dysfunctional, what would Trump be like
if he was functional?" questioned Gingrich.
Ten Inconvenient Facts.
[#10] Donald Trump is not racist. The charge won't go away because it has intimidated conservatives and Republicans for
so long. But more Hispanics voted for Mr. Trump than for Mitt Romney, and a recent poll put the president's
approval rating among African Americans at an astounding 36 percent. Trump has been in the public eye, too, for
30 years, and he's worked with thousands of people of all different kinds in different ventures. Racists can't
hide under that kind of exposure. If Jim Brown doesn't think Donald Trump is a racist, nobody else should, either.
The Dems' big problem.
[We] were warned by such geniuses as Paul Krugman and Robert Reich that a Trump presidency would cause the sky and markets to fall, that our
streets would be filled with wretched, smelly homeless, that we would be, by now, experiencing mind-blowing Grapes of Wrath-like poverty.
[...] The Dems, who not too many months ago touted Venezuela as the nation to emulate. The Dems, who claimed that Trump's new tax plan
only put peanuts in the working man's pockets. The Dems, who claimed that Trump's taunting of North Korea's baby-faced leader would
result in nuclear carnage. The Dems, who prophesied that Trump's tariffs would doom our economy. The Dems who put all their
marbles on outing Trump's collusion with Russia... What have they accomplished?
Talk About Impeaching the President Is Nonsense. One week, they generate the lie that Trump has Alzheimer's.
Then he runs a cabinet meeting with such proficiency that they need to change the story. [...] The next week it is that Trump
is going to cause a nuclear war with North Korea. Then when the North Korea Doughboy invites Trump to talks, the media
change the story line to Trump being unprepared for such high-level negotiations. Then when the talks result in a signed
agreement, and the Doughboy stops shooting missiles and returns the bodies of American heroes who fell there half a century ago,
the media change the story to Trump not having achieved enough.
Times Columnist: Trump 'Would Certainly Like to' Murder People Without Due Process. New York Times columnist
Michelle Goldberg argued with her fellow panelists on MSNBC's "Meet the Press Daily" Friday [8/17/2018] about whether President Donald
Trump is the leader of the free world or an aspiring despot. RealClearPolitics reporter Caitlin Huey-Burns was criticizing
Trump's communication strategy when she called him "the leader of the free world." Goldberg interjected to say that, actually,
German Chancellor Angela Merkel is the leader of the free world. "He's not the leader of the free world, but, sorry," Goldberg
said. "By default he's the leader of the free world," Commentary magazine editor John Podhoretz replied. "Angela
Merkel is the leader of the free world," Goldberg said, while Podhoretz laughed.
Tries To Channel Anita Hill. Where have we seen this play before: A woman comes forward to accuse a
conservative of inappropriate behavior in hopes of harming him sufficiently so he will be unable to achieve his policy
objectives? People with even short memories will recall "act one" was Anita Hill, a law professor at the University of
Oklahoma, who in 1991 accused Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas of sexual harassment. Ultimately, it was Hill's
word against Thomas' and he was appointed to the Supreme Court by a Senate vote of 52-48. "Act two" stars one Omarosa
Manigault Newman, a former White House aide and Trump supporter who was supposedly eager to reach out to the black community
to gain support for the president's policies and break their loyalty to the Democratic Party.
Pelosi Says President Trump's "Whole Thing Is Make America White Again". In an interview with MSNBC's Jonathan
Capehart Sunday, House minority leader Nancy Pelosi said the President's entire agenda is "make America white again."
This woman is evil. Pelosi has no platform except for the ad hominem attacks. Her latest is to claim Trump is the
master of the "dog whistle". She has to say that since she can't actually come up with a real quote.
Sachs and Bandy Lee: The Stupidest Experts in America. It would be difficult to imagine a greater example
of oblivious stupidity and hubris than Jeffrey Sach and Bandy Lee's recent article for Project Syndicate, "Trump's
Psychopathology Is Getting Worse." [...] For not once do Sachs and Lee bother to analyze Trump's policies. Nor do they
show any understanding of the context and history from which these arose. Despite their fancy status as "experts" —
Lee is a professor of psychiatry at Yale, and Sachs a university professor at Columbia — they show themselves to be
no more intellectually serious than a Twitter mob: Their "method" is essentially ad hominem, discrediting Trump's
character in an attempt to discredit his policies.
Book Relies on Hearsay, Is Not Fact-Checked, and Many Aren't Buying It. Omarosa Manigault Newman's new book
Unhinged isn't published yet but the Guardian got an advanced copy and shared some of the more salacious gossip in it.
She depicts the President as a racist who has used the 'n' word on multiple occasions on the set of The Apprentice. She
herself never heard him say it, but insists he did use it. That's what she said in the book, but then she told NPR she
heard the tape of him using the word. She appears to be a liar.
With Lies' Omarosa Gets Pummeled After She Accuses Trump of Using N-Word 'Several Times' in New Book. Omarosa
Maginault-Newman, a former contestant on The Apprentice before becoming a White House aide, slammed Trump in her
soon-to-be-released book titled, "Unhinged: An Insider's Account of the Trump White House." Omarosa accused Donald
Trump of using various racial slurs such as the n-word several times. She also accused Trump of disparaging Kellyanne
Conway's half-Filipino husband, calling him 'Goo goo.' George Conway responded to the claims about him as 'absurd.,' The
Daily Mail reported.
is Much of the News Media Suddenly Pretending that Omarosa is Remotely Credible? One of the least understood
weaknesses in modern journalism is that how the news media determines someone's credibility is extremely subjective and is
often not based at all in what the truth likely is. In this context, it is important to take a look at how and why
former Trump aide and reality television villain "Omarosa" is suddenly being treated by much of the media as if she is a very
serious person. Up until the last few days, when it was learned that she has a new book out and that she secretly taped
President Donald Trump during her brief time in the White House, the news media has been very hesitant to allow her back into
the media's elite club of "people who are famous enough for us to pretend they are credible."
Who Supported Both Clintons Now Worries About Trump's 'Pathological Lies'. Hollywood director Rob Reiner, who
supported both Bill and Hillary Clinton, is now very concerned about political untruths. Donald Trump's that is.
Reiner appeared on the Monday edition of MSNBC's The Beat and decried Trump as someone who "constantly lies and is lying
right to our face." Reiner supported Barack Obama, a man who committed the PolitiFact lie of year in 2013, but now the
filmmaker objects to falsehoods. Talking to host Ari Melber, he complained: "[T]his President, who is a pathological
liar, is not going to talk to Robert Mueller. He is incapable of telling the truth."
Blames Trump For Black Doll Hung In Playground. Reverend: Here's Who Actually Did It. In yet
another example of why public figures should wait a little bit to learn the actual facts before they attempt to use a
situation to score cheap political points, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney attempted to blame Donald Trump's "hateful rhetoric"
for a black doll found hung at a city playground. Now that the true culprits have been discovered, Trump supporters are
asking Kenney when he'll issue an apology to the president.
media just can't help themselves. The media didn't even need Hillary Clinton this past week to denounce
President Trump and his supporters as deplorables once more. Trump supporters were depicted as "deranged" and being fed
"venom" by the president "on an almost daily basis." Washington Post columnist and former Republican Jennifer Rubin said
the president is "a desperate man," "completely out of control" and "completely unhinged." The latest episode escalated
when President Trump spoke to supporters at a rally in Tampa, Fla. CNN's Chief White House Correspondent Jim Acosta, a
constant Trump critic, was heckled by the crowd.
Love the Memory Hole. Trump's enemies hate his rallies. They're insanely jealous of his ability to speak
ex tempore and captivate his chosen audience. So this challenge to "Fake News" became the occasion for
revisiting a tried and false rhetorical trope against the president. Trump's comment was juxtaposed with a passage from
George Orwell's 1984, to the effect that the Party required people to deny the evidence of their senses.
Wow! How original! Clever leftists had cast Trump in the role of Big Brother. How's that for
literacy? Unfortunately for the left, it's evident that, in order to effect such a cool and bookish comparison, the
anti-Trump party has to dump almost all of Orwell's dystopian novel down the memory hole.
Obstruction of justice by tweet is absurd. President Trump's lawyer, Jay Sekulow, on Sunday [8/5/2018] blasted
special counsel Robert Mueller's review of the president's tweets for possible obstruction of justice, calling it "absurd."
"Obstruction of justice by tweet is absurd," Sekulow said on ABC's "This Week." "The president has a First Amendment right
to put his opinions out there." Sekulow's comments come as the president escalates his attack on Mueller's probe into
possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
Jarrett: 'Trump-Russia Collusion Hoax' [is] a Scheme to Clear Hillary, [and] Undo [the 2016] Election. Fox News
Channel legal analyst Gregg Jarrett [...] said, "There was scheme to clear Hillary Clinton and frame Donald Trump. Top
officials at the FBI and the Department of Justice were threatened by Trump; this guy is going to come in there and drain the
swamp, and that threatened their jobs and their positions. There is nothing that will motivate people more than power
forfeited, so people like James Comey, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Andy McCabe, people at the Department of Justice decided that
they were going to clear Hillary Clinton of the many crimes she surely committed. To do that, they had to twist the
facts and contort the law."
David Gergen: Blood on Trump's Hands if There's Violence Against MSM. CNN political analyst David Gergen
said on Wednesday evening [8/1/2018] that blood will be on President Donald Trump's hands if there is any violence committed against
mainstream media reporters. Speaking to host Anderson Cooper about Trump supporters who heckled and chanted "CNN s---s"
at CNN reporter Jim Acosta before Trump's Tuesday evening rally in Tampa, Florida, Gergen accused Trump of using "Stalinist"
language for calling left-wing journalists in the establishment media "enemies of the people." "If you put that
together, which has a mob quality to it, and the culture of gun violence, that is a very combustible mix," Gergen said.
Critics Have Not Blamed Him for the California Fires Yet. Ferocious fires continue to burn out of control on
the California countryside, yet no one has had the temerity to blame the fires on the President or even on Melania.
President Trump has been compared to Adolf Hitler, Joseph Goebbels, Benito Mussolini, and, of course, Richard Nixon by his
critics. Thus far the President has not been compared to Stalin by them, but one would not expect it. Many of
them still have a warm spot in their hearts for Stalin or "Uncle Joe" as FDR was given to calling the vaunted Man of
Steel. Over the weekend I am told the President was also compared to a mafia Don by Maureen Dowd, though I have not
verified the comparison as I no longer find la Dowd amusing to read.
media encourage violation of the law.
• The liberal media are pushing for a quiet coup to get President Trump removed from office. Right after President Trump made a
few admittedly goofy comments in his summit with President Putin, many newspapers immediately labeled him a "traitor" and openly encouraged his Cabinet
to resign to push him out of office. The media constantly try to undermine the presidency by claiming that Trump is a traitor or a puppet, without
a shred of evidence. The media are seeking to undermine and remove a branch of government they disagree with.
• When Obama used nonexistent "discretion" to stop enforcing our immigration laws, the media hailed him as compassionate.
• When President Trump decided to enforce existing immigration laws, he was criticized as a "hardliner" who hates Hispanics.
• When Trump withdrew from a nonexistent treaty with Iran, which was never submitted for confirmation, Trump was called a
Is Turning Democrats Like Me Against Our Party. I don't much like Donald Trump and didn't vote for him (or
Hillary) in 2016, but I've been feeling sorry for him for about 18 months now. It feels strange feeling sorry for
someone who's a boor, a narcissist, an egomaniac, and a serial philanderer, plus the 37 other negative traits usually used to
describe him. But it has something to do with the fact that he has been treated in a grossly unfair manner by the
mainstream media and the political and cultural left, on a scale we've never seen before.
Mitchell Compares Trump to Joseph Stalin. Monday [7/30/2018] on Comedy Central's "The Daily Show," MSNBC's
Andrea Mitchell addressed how President Donald Trump treats the press as "the enemy of the people." Mitchell likened Trump
to Joseph Stalin, saying what the president attacking fake news is "very dangerous." "This is something that we first
heard from Joseph Stalin. This is very dangerous. It undercuts democracy," Mitchell said.
Jarrett's research shows Trump Was "framed... for crimes he didn't commit." Martha McCallum, hosting her Fox
News show, introduced Fox legal analyst Greg Jarrett, author of the new book, The Russia Hoax. She began by pointing
out that both campaigns in 2016 wanted dirt on the other and were willing to get it from some sources in Russia. Clinton
used sources in Russia who gave information to Christopher Steele [a former British spy] and there is a judge now who wants to
know how it works on the Clinton side of the equation. On the Trump side, you have the Trump Tower meeting. Michael
Cohen says Trump knew about the Trump Tower meeting before. "Let's start with the Fusion GPS side of this, Martha said.
"They have been tight-lipped about who the sources were for the dossier. And the judge is trying to get them, have them
deposed on it. What are we going to learn there?"
Brennan and the 2016 Spy Scandal. The Trump-Russia
sleuthers have been back in the news, again giving Americans cause to doubt their claims of nonpartisanship. Last week
it was Federal Bureau of Investigation agent Peter Strzok testifying to Congress that he harbored no bias against a president
he still describes as "horrible" and "disgusting." This week it was former FBI Director Jim Comey tweet-lecturing Americans
on their duty to vote Democratic in November. But the man who deserves a belated bit of scrutiny is former Central
Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan. He's accused President Trump of "venality, moral turpitude and political
corruption," and berated GOP investigations of the FBI. This week he claimed on Twitter that Mr. Trump's press
conference in Helsinki was "nothing short of treasonous." This is rough stuff, even for an Obama partisan.
York Dem Congressional Candidate: There Are 'Parallels' Between Trump, Hitler. A New York Democratic
congressional candidate said he was inspired to run for a House seat because of similarities he saw between the political
ascents of President Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler. Perry Gershon, a Long Island businessman challenging incumbent
Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin, made the comparison at a Democratic primary rally in East Marion in February. A video
of Gershon's comments was posted on Facebook by Democratic advocacy group Southold Town Democrats.
Waters: It Is Very Clear That Trump Is 'Jealous of Obama'. Saturday [7/14/2018] on MSNBC, Rep. Maxine
Waters (D-CA) said President Donald Trump criticizes former President Barack Obama because "he's jealous of Obama and his
administration." When asked about Trump tweeting that President Obama should have done more about Russian's interfering
in our elections, Waters said, "First of all, let me say this: If the president wrote out at some point and said the sky
is falling and it is Obama's fault, and everybody knows he likes to blame Obama for any and everything that he can come up
with. And in addition to that, it is very clear that he's jealous of Obama and his administration and the fact that he
was able to do so well."
The Editor says...
Ms. Waters probably thinks Obama did a good job because he took credit for every positive development in his eight years as president — including
fracking, which he firmly opposed — and blamed every negative development on George W. Bush.
Nomination of [Fill In The Blank] to the Supreme Court Means [Really Bad Things]. We all know that Cheeto
Hitler is a deep-cover Russian agent who stole the election even though Hillary got the popular vote and it's not fair. [...]
We must not allow Trump to destroy this beautiful country we claim to love even though it's also somehow the worst place in
the world. It's time to call your senators. Make clever signs and hold them up at rallies while chanting
slogans. Think up inspiring hashtags. Do anything you can to make your voice heard.
Blamed For Death Of Reporters: Did Media Blame Obama For Cop Killers? A man with a long-standing beef
against the Annapolis, Maryland, newspaper Capital Gazette entered the paper's headquarters with a shotgun and murdered five
staffers. It represents the deadliest attack on U.S. reporters in modern history. Before learning about the
suspect's mental issues and his long-standing feud with the newspaper, some in the media blamed President Donald Trump.
After all, critics said, Trump routinely denounces "fake news" as an existential threat to our republic. Connect the
dots, they said. Blame Trump!
Fusion GPS Targets
Jim Jordan. Congress is slowly closing in on exposing the media's shameful role in perpetuating the
Trump-Russia collusion myth on the American people. Prominent news organizations are the accomplices — if not
co-conspirators — in the biggest political scandal in U.S. history. Now, two years later, there is no sign of
surrender: A ludicrous article in New York magazine on July 8 suggested Donald Trump has been a Russian
intelligence asset for 30 years. Fully invested in pushing the phony Trump-Russia plotline in a malicious attempt to
destroy Trump's presidency, the media are intensifying this narrative and creating new villains in the process.
World Throws An Anti-Trump Protest At NATO, Hardly Anybody Shows Up. Here's how CNN saw President Trump's first
day at the big NATO summit in Brussels, Belgium: "Trump outrages on the world stage, again." In something called
"The Point," CNN said: "Trump's comments at the NATO summit seemingly further alienated the United States from its
allies. And this is only day one of his foreign trip." The piece also quoted former Secretary of State John Kerry
saying, "The President set America back this morning. He is steadily destroying our reputation in the world."
That's the take of the mainstream media in America. It's the exact same take the MSM had when George W. Bush was
president. Bush, to them, was a bumbling fool stomping over the world stage with his "cowboy diplomacy." But Barack
Obama, he — The Chosen One — would make the world love America again.
Despicable Attacks Blaming President Trump for the Annapolis Capital Gazette Shooting. As tragedy struck,
before the shooter's motive was known, Americans were already attacking one another, assuming the worst. Naturally,
Trump was attacked as "full Hitler" — because it was Thursday. On Thursday [6/28/2018], a middle-aged white
man with a grudge targeted the Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Md. He killed five people and injured two others.
Before his motives became known, both liberals and conservatives assumed a political motive. Many liberals went so far
as to directly blame President Donald Trump for the shooting.
Keep killing babies because I hate Trump. For the latest misadventures in "absolute NeverTrumpism corrupts
every bit as much as absolute AlwaysTrumpism," I give you Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile. The headline of his piece in the
Washington Post is "Overturning Roe v. Wade isn't worth compromising with Trump, my fellow evangelicals." He
leads it off by imploring that "we are going to give an account to God for our complicit silence before the immoral policies
and actions of the Trump administration." Already, the pastor's point of view is plagued by an idolatrous level of
concern for Trump, to the point of insisting that his fellow evangelicals snatch defeat from the jaws of victory on the
issue of life. Which just so happens to be the pre-eminent moral concern of the Word of God, [...]
Tries To Blame Trump For Their Own Hate Mongering. After a week in which a celebrity called for the abduction
of the president's young son, a restaurant kicked out Trump's spokesman, and a mob harassed the Homeland Security secretary,
Democrats are starting to wonder if their "resistance" is getting out of hand — while refusing to take any blame for
it. House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi managed to perfectly encapsulate this when she said "Trump's daily lack of civility
has provoked responses that are predictable but unacceptable." The blame-Trump-first meme has been catching on fast.
Liberal Lies! Capital Gazette Shooting Had
NOTHING To Do With Trump. Horribly, five people were killed in a deadly shooting which took place at the
Capital Gazette newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland on Thursday, prompting alleged "journalists" and other liberals to
immediately blame President Trump. It turns out, however, that the shooting suspect, identified as Jarrod W. Ramos,
"had obsessively harassed and threatened the publication's journalists for years." [...] Let's connect the dots for those on
the left who apparently don't know how to read a calendar. Ramos' harassment of the paper started in 2011. Trump was
elected in 2016. Trump had nothing to do with it.
strategic blunder of 'Trump-as-Hitler'. You knew it was coming. Eighteen months into the Trump
administration and the president's ostensibly serious critics have finally broken the glass on the "Trump-is-a-Nazi" line of
attack. To be certain, there were previous allusions to this from media, Democrats and "Never Trumpers" —
accusations of authoritarianism meant to implicitly draw the connection between President Donald Trump and Nazi
Germany. Apart from the "over-woke," under-informed Hollywood set, however, critics largely managed to avoid making
the explicit comparison.
compares Trump to Erdogan and launches Another attack on the electoral college. Hillary Clinton compared
President Donald Trump to the president of Turkey — a controversial figure who returned to office with broad new powers that
lack checks and balances. In a speech to Oxford University on Monday, Clinton again bemoaned the American electoral
college system that saw her win the popular vote in 2016 but lose the presidency. 'Populists can stay in power by
mobilizing a fervent base. Now, there are many other lessons like this, she said, adding that she had 'my personal
experience with winning three million more votes but still losing.'
Clinton Suggests Trump Wants To Strip All Americans Of Due Process. Failed Democratic presidential candidate
Hillary Clinton told an Oxford University audience Monday that President Donald Trump could threaten due process for all
Americans. As The Hill reports, Clinton was speaking to the current immigration crisis and Trump's insistence that due
process shouldn't be applied to illegal immigrants when she asked, "Who is next?" "Today, the American president tweeted
that there should be no judicial process. There should be no due process for anyone that crosses the border," Clinton
said in a video that can be found on the NTK Network. "
This Immigration Psychodrama Will Also Pass. We've already been through the dizzying odyssey of legal suits in
three states over supposedly fraudulent voting machines, the nullification of the Electoral College effort, the meltdown on
Inauguration Day, the Emoluments Clause tizzy, the 25th Amendment con, the various Russian collusion hysterias, the leaked
phone call to the Australian prime minister, the Michael Wolff Fire and Furyfantasies, the Dudley Do-Right James Comey
pre-indictment book tour, and all the surreal assassination chic stories, from Kathy Griffin's beheading photo to the
Shakespearean troupe's ritual stabbing of Trump. One day the president is supposedly going to blow up the world by
calling Kim Jong-un "little rocket man," and the next he is a partner in genocide for not blowing up the world but
reaching out to Kim.
to Sanders: UN Report Decrying Poverty in America Is 'Ridiculous' and 'Misleading'. [Scroll down]
The United States' "immense wealth and expertise stand in shocking contrast with the conditions in which vast numbers of its
citizens live," the report stated. "About 40 million live in poverty, 18.5 million in extreme poverty, and
5.3 million live in Third World conditions of absolute poverty. It has the highest youth poverty rate in the
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), and the highest infant mortality rates among comparable OECD
States. Its citizens live shorter and sicker lives compared to those living in all other rich democracies, eradicable
tropical diseases are increasingly prevalent, and it has the world's highest incarceration rate, one of the lowest levels of
voter registrations among OECD countries and the highest obesity levels in the developed world." [Philip] Alston
called those stats and policies behind them "cruel and inhuman" and said Trump administration policies seem "driven primarily
by contempt, and sometimes even by hatred for the poor, along with a 'winner takes all' mentality... contempt for the poor
has intensified under the Trump Administration."
The Editor says...
Obviously, if they think so little of us, the United Nations should move its headquarters to a more civilized country.
dragging out the Nazi canard again. President Donald Trump is celebrating 500 days in office with a smile on
his face and a spring in his step. If there was any doubt, watch his recent impromptu drop-in interview on the White
House lawn with Steve Doocy from Fox and Friends last week. The Mueller investigation is coming up empty.
Stormy Daniels has turned out to be more of a drizzle than a storm. Trump is checking off accomplishments, from the
economy to North Korea, both areas where we were told Trump had no expertise or experience, that if the smart set in the
Obama administration couldn't solve these problems, no one could.
Calls Trump A Liar, Unchristian Over Family Separation In Immigration Policy. On Monday [6/18/2018], Hillary Clinton
re-emerged from her self-imposed media exile to comment on the much-decried Trump Administration policy of arresting everyone
crossing the border illegally for illegal immigration — and as a byproduct, separating children from their parents.
In the process, Clinton called Trump a liar, and ripped him as unchristian.
The Editor says...
Mrs. Clinton is in no position to call someone else a liar or to make vituperative assessments of someone else's Christian faith.
MSNBC Analysts Claim Trump Admin Is Operating Concentration Camps. Two MSNBC analysts falsely claimed on Friday
[6/15/2018] 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.
Trump's Critics: Where's the Beef? Bill Maher, caring and wise leftist that he is, longs for a recession,
as that offers the best chance of getting rid of Trump. Who needs all those stinking jobs, anyway? A befuddled
George Soros recently observed that "everything that could go wrong" has indeed come to pass, and moreover, he is certain
that Donald Trump is "willing to destroy the world." Oh, and lest you haven't heard, Trump is a racist, sexist, xenophobe,
homophobe, Hitler, fascist (a word that has lost all meaning in modern popular discourse), and the dumbest man ever to be
elected president. Yet in all of these dire warnings and assertions, precious little evidence for such eschatological
claims is ever offered, even as all data to the contrary are studiously ignored.
willing to destroy the world': Billionaire investor and liberal donor George Soros blasts Trump's presidency.
Liberal billionaire George Soros blamed the Trump administration for the current woes in society, adding that 'everything
that could go wrong, has gone wrong.' The 87-year-old, who frequently donates to the Clintons, did not mince his words
and accused the President of being 'willing to destroy the world.' 'The bigger the danger, the bigger the threat, the
more I feel engaged to confront it,' Soros said Thursday [6/7/2018] in an interview with The Washington Post.
Media Scream: Trump is 'punishment' for being lazy citizens. This week's Liberal Media Scream features
veteran "conservative" writer David Frum, now with The Atlantic, who declared on CNN that, "in many ways, we got Donald Trump
in the first place as a punishment for not being good enough citizens." His slap came during a discussion about a Pew
Research Center poll which found 68 percent of Americans have "news fatigue."
lawless, porn-respecting, MS-13-loving, humorless American left. So irrationally revolted by Trump's election win, the Democrats have
lost all sense of reason and reality. They are now motivated only by pure hate. They relentlessly accuse Trump of what they do as a
rule: lie, cheat, and propagandize. Throughout all his years in the public eye, no one had ever accused Donald Trump of being a
racist — until he ran for president. Fifty years in business, and not once was he so accused. Not once was he ever charged with
being homophobic. Does he love beautiful women? Yes, like most men who have escaped the trope of "toxic masculinity." Did he ever treat
any woman as Harvey Weinstein, Eric Schneiderman, Bill Clinton, Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose, and the host of other leftist men did who have for decades
claimed to be champions of women's rights while serially abusing the women in their lives? No, he did not. Our left cannot abide the
fact that the character traits they have assigned to Trump are false. They are in fact the left's own habits of mind — projection and
dissemblance, day in and day out.
Caged kids were Obama's,
not Trump's. First we read, from The New York Times and other sources, that some 1,500 migrant children
had been separated from their parents and were missing. Thus ran the headlines — "The US government lost
track of 1,475 immigrant children." Not true. They came here unaccompanied. They were tracked and as many as
possible were placed in foster homes — a procedure going back to previous administrations. But it got
worse. Pictures of some of these kids being caged in detention centers made all the rounds to offer evidence that Trump
is heartless and cruel. Turns out those images were from 2014 — under the Obama administration.
dunk video exposes CNN/MSNBC idiocy on Trump. Cable news Trump-haters, besotted with outrage, don't sweat the
details when it comes to venting their spleen on President Trump. Finding something — anything —
on which to express outrage is their daily challenge. Last Friday, when President Trump tweeted that he was looking
forward to the jobs report, about to be released, they went into high dudgeon. Amusing though that sort of indignation
can be, it gets hilarious when they make up an imaginary contrast with their fantasies about the wonderfulness of
warns outspoken talent in wake of 'Roseanne' controversy. ESPN managers are telling their most outspoken
broadcasters and writers to be careful on social media in light of Disney axing Roseanne Barr's TV show over her racist
tweets, sources told The [New York] Post. A source said that the Disney-owned ESPN was specifically reaching out to the
most politically outspoken of its broadcasters. Jemele Hill, Keith Olbermann and Kenny Mayne are the ones most
frequently associated with venturing outside of sports. An ESPN spokesman declined comment. In the last few
years, ESPN has had several social-media flare-ups involving non-sports topics. Most notably, Hill called President
Trump a "white supremacist" in September.
House calls on Pelosi to condemn Dem ad comparing Trump to bin Laden. The White House is slamming a Democratic
House hopeful one day after the Virginia candidate, a military veteran, released an ad comparing President Trump to Osama bin
Laden. The administration called on House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) to denounce Dan Helmer, who is
running against Rep. Barbara Comstock (R). "The message sent in a campaign ad from a congressional candidate from
Virginia is nothing short of reprehensible. Leaders from across the political spectrum — starting with
Leader Pelosi — must swiftly condemn this abhorrent message," said Raj Shah, a White House spokesman.
Helmer's ad calls Trump the "greatest threat to our democracy" since bin Laden, the founder of al Qaeda who was killed by
U.S. special forces in 2011.
CEO Blames President Trump For "Racial Divide" In America... Really?! Well, Starbucks wasn't about to *just*
overpay SJWs to re-educate their staff, the CEO decided to double down and blame their current problems on President
Trump. Speaking Tuesday to CNN, Starbuck CEO Howard Schultz proclaimed, "[White House rhetoric] has contributed to the
problem. I would say on a personal level, [President Trump] probably has given license to people to feel as if they can
emulate and copy the kind of behavior and language that comes out of this administration."
in #TheResistance. As the whole charade you have been suckered into over the last 18 months starts to
fall apart — that Trump would not survive his presidency; he would be betrayed by his own staff, family, and/or political
party; he would destroy the Republican Party; he would be declared mentally ill and removed from office; he would be
handcuffed and dragged out of the White House by Robert Mueller for "colluding" with Russia — let me remind you what
complete fools you have made of yourselves.
'Morning Joe': Americans 'Must Vote Democratic' Because Trump
is 'Greatest Threat to Our Democracy'. The set of "Morning Joe" warned viewers Tuesday that they should to vote
Democrat in the 2018 midterms or else it could be the end of American democracy. "These midterms are soon to be upon us
and I only have one piece of advice for people. You have to vote for a Democrat," said New York Times opinion writer
Thomas Friedman on Tuesday [5/29/2018]. The moment elicited an instant "yeah" from co-host Mika Brzezinski.
The Real Constitutional Crisis. Democrats and
their media allies are again shouting "constitutional crisis," this time claiming President Trump has waded too far into the
Russia investigation. The howls are a diversion from the actual crisis: the Justice Department's unprecedented contempt
for duly elected representatives, and the lasting harm it is doing to law enforcement and to the department's relationship with
Congress. The conceit of those claiming Mr. Trump has crossed some line in ordering the Justice Department to comply
with oversight is that "investigators" are beyond question. We are meant to take them at their word that they did everything
appropriately. Never mind that the revelations of warrants and spies and dirty dossiers and biased text messages already
on the Brink. The left's opinion of the president, echoed in every left-leaning corner of the media, is that he
is illegitimate; incompetent; racist; sexist; and, in some vague and inchoate sense, "fascist." Because they view President
Trump in these extreme terms, progressives view themselves not as violent extremists, but as "the resistance." But
resistance implies that there exists something worthy of resisting. The progressive resistance began just seconds after
Trump was declared the victor on election night. The resistance was not engendered by anything Trump had actually done.
It was just a refusal to accept any candidate who varied from the left's own line of thinking.
the span of one week, the American media showed us exactly whose side it's on. On Wednesday [5/16/2018], the
media outright lied to attack President Trump after the president at a roundtable on sanctuary cities referred to MS-13 gang
members as "animals." Headlines from NPR, the New York Times, USA Today, and many more outlets falsely claimed Trump called
all illegal immigrants "animals." The slogan of the extremely violent criminal gang is "rape, control, kill." Gang members'
despicable and depraved crimes range from raping and violently murdering children to beheading, dismembering, and cutting out
the hearts of their victims. When confronted with their blatant dishonesty, many journalists refused to acknowledge the
misrepresentation, sanctimoniously declaring that MS-13 members are "humans too."
Who's An Animal?
Scarcely a day goes by without the news media lying about the president and his administration. No wonder trust in the press
is at an all-time low. It should be.
Tribe Was Against Impeachment Before He Was For It. Before President Trump even took the oath of office,
constitutional law scholar Laurence Tribe was calling for his impeachment. [...] In early December, less than a month after
Trump won the election, Tribe tweeted that impeachment should begin "on Inauguration Day." Eight days after Inauguration
Day, Tribe declared that Trump was already guilty of "shredding the Constitution more monstrously than any other President in
American history." He's since claimed Trump should be impeached and removed from office for his "cruel brand of bigotry
and scapegoating," for "falsely" claiming that the Obama administration wiretapped his campaign, for a State Department blog
post on Mar-a-Lago. Most recently, Trump should be removed for the simple reason that we don't like "what kind of
nation will we have become" should he stay in office.
Daniels' Lawyer Makes Stuff Up About Probe Into Trump's Lawyer. It was quite the week for lawyers outdoing
themselves on television. Let's start with the ever-present Michael Avenatti. In less than two months, Avenatti
appeared on CNN 59 times. Fifty-nine times! As tweeted by the Washington Free Beacon's David Rutz, Avenatti
appeared on seven different programs on MSNBC on a single day, May 4. [...] On Thursday [5/3/2018], he was on MSNBC and just
made stuff up about Trump lawyer Michael Cohen and the alleged "wiretap." I'm not exaggerating. He not only spewed
nonsense, but he made it appear that he had inside knowledge to confirm his statements as fact.
Don Lemon: 'It's My Obligation as a Journalist' to Call Trump 'Racist'. Friday [5/4/2018] at Variety's
Entertainment & Technology NYC Summit, CNN's Don Lemon said it was his "obligation as a journalist" to call President Donald
Trump "racist." When asked about calling Trump a racist on air, Lemon said, "If he is not racist he's certainly is
racist-adjacent." He continued, "If you have the evidence that shows you, that indicates, that leads you to nothing else
but this president being racist, then I feel it's my obligation as a journalist to say it. On that night I said it, and
I don't regret saying it. I believe that to be true."
left preemptively blames Trump for Hawaiian lava and volcano response. It's been unspeakably stressful for the
people affected by the volcanic activity right now, so whipping up fears is rather appalling. What's even less helpful
is the sort of scaremongering we are seeing from the left, on Twitter, claiming President Trump doesn't want to help the
people of Hawaii affected by the volcanic activity, as if that were actually true. [...] Seems that in the case of Trump, the
pre-emptive Katrina-style blasts are starting before any disaster has even happened.
Service Did Not Confirm CNN Reports on Trump's Doctor. Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, the physician for
President Trump and for his predecessor in the White House, withdrew his name from consideration to become the next cabinet
secretary at the Department of Veterans Affairs. The withdrawal from the nomination process happened due in part to
reports by CNN. CNN cited anonymous sources as saying Jackson handed out prescription pills like candy (earning the
nickname "Candy Man") and drunkenly knocked on a colleague's door during an overseas trip, where the Secret Service had
allegedly to respond and drag him away. Sen. Jon Tester (D-Mont.) highlighted these allegations, as well, without
naming sources of those claims.
VP Pence Physician
Behind Ronny Jackson Attacks. Unsubstantiated rumors and accusations targeting White House physician Rear
Admiral Ronny Jackson, who was nominated by President Donald Trump to be Secretary of the Veterans Affairs Administration,
have been propelled by media outlets and Democratic members of the Senate without any proof that those allegations were
true. But where did these rumors and accusations start? Who was fighting to keep Dr. Jackson from being
nominated and who wanted to smear his name publicly? According to four administration officials, the main allegations
were brought forth by Vice President Mike Pence's Army physician Dr. Jennifer Pena, who is assigned to Pence by the
White House Medical Unit and does not work directly for the office of the Vice President. Those officials contend Pena
has held a long-time grudge against Jackson because of his continuing promotions in the White House. She began her
career at the White House during the Obama administration.
standards on the media menu at White House Correspondents' dinner. [Scroll down] Unfortunately, today's
supposedly hard-hitting political journalism is agitprop. Take, for example, the many times that reporters and
commentators have gone on television to suggest with zero proof that the president may be mentally unstable. There is
no excuse for hard news reporters to entertain such baseless speculation. Just last week, ABC News' George
Stephanopoulos gave former FBI Director James Comey a platform on which to wink and nod to the worst of the unconfirmed
rumors in the infamous Trump-Russia dossier, a highly dubious work of opposition research alleging the Russians have
compromising personal and financial information about Trump. Stephanopoulos didn't attempt to rein in Comey's
speculations or pin him down about why the provenance of the dossier was concealed.
of a Political Smear Confirmed — James Comey January Briefing was Scripted by Clapper and Brennan to Create Media
Narrative. Generally I would not refer so strongly to a prior discussion thread if the latest information did
not absolutely confirm what was originally suspected. On January 10th, 2017 we discussed "The Anatomy of a Modern
Political Smear", where we connected the dots, as they were happening in-real-time between James Comey, the Obama intelligence
community and the media, specifically CNN. Yesterday [4/19/2018], two events happened which absolutely confirm —
with demonstrable certainty — what we immediately saw over 15 months ago. The first event was the appearance
of James Comey on CNN to discuss his book. In part of the questioning by Jake Tapper, Comey admitted his January 6th
briefing of the Steele Dossier content was ONLY about the Russian hookers, pee-tapes, and ridiculous sexual accusations against
book filled with unproven attacks on Trump, lofty praise for himself. Fired FBI Director James Comey's new
"tell all" book is a dream come true for President Donald Trump's opponents and a hatchet job on the president. It's
important for every fair-minded person to remember that just because Comey makes a charge, he is not speaking gospel
truth — despite his inflated sense of virtue and self-importance. Just about anyone who's ever been fired
fancies "getting even" with the boss. Comey's new book does that in spades, according to excerpts leaked to the media
Thursday. In the process, it lowers the reputation of both the FBI and Comey, undermines the presidency and hurts the nation.
journalism: Anti-Trump media obsesses over Comey's salacious, unverified claims. James Comey's book tour
has given the press new license to discuss unverified, lurid claims about President Trump's alleged activities in a Moscow
hotel room, yet the former FBI director still admits he has no evidence they are true. For months before the 2016
election, much of the media was aware of an unverified dossier generated by Hillary Clinton's campaign and then used by the
Obama Department to Justice to obtain a warrant to spy on Trump's campaign. The dossier claimed without substantiation
that Trump cavorted with prostitutes who urinated on each other. The claim was so outrageous, disgusting and lacking in
evidence that even the most left-wing media outlets steered clear. But Comey has put it all back in play as he touts
his new book bashing the president who fired him.
Waters: Trump Is the Most 'Despicable,' 'Deplorable' Human 'I've Ever Encountered'. Sunday on MSNBC,
Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) said President Donald Trump was "most despicable, the most deplorable human being" that she
had ever encountered in her life. Waters said, "The president calling Comey a liar is laughable. The president is
the biggest liar in the universe. The president accusing Comey of having leaked classified information —
well, look what the president has done. He gave classified information to the Russian ambassador and foreign minister
right in the White House, and it certainly made our ally, Israel, very upset that he had done that. So the president
trying to defend himself against Comey and trying to make someone believe that he's telling the truth really does not fly."
Will Soon Reap What Dems Sowed In Their Resistance. The attempts to present Donald Trump as a Manchurian Candidate,
"groomed for the presidency by the Russians" (as the DNC-funded Steele dossier claimed), and promoted by $1 million a month
on Facebook (most of which went to decry the condition of the country with nonpartisan impartiality, or to promote Bernie Sanders
or the Greens), is a descent to the ahistorical, inconceivable nether region of outright madness. This was a campaign in
which Mrs. Clinton smashed all records by spending $250 million in attack ads — "advertisements of no policy
content," as they are officially classified. She outspent Mr. Trump almost two to one overall, in a
campaign where the two candidates splashed out almost $2.5 billion.
Commentator: Trump 'Basically A Dictator'. MSNBC commentator Susan Del Percio said on Tuesday [4/3/2018] that she
believes President Donald Trump is "basically a dictator" because he likes to "punish people" and "create things." "What
can go wrong is when you have basically a dictator — or someone who likes those authoritative views —
in the White House right now," she said. "And you know, dictators like to punish people and they like to create things
and how do you hold someone like that accountable?" "We have to put country and party, we have to do the right thing," Del
Percio said, asking when Republicans would finally stop supporting Trump. "When does the car crash and burn?"
and Fiction: The Real Truth Behind Fire and Fury'. It's been three months since Michael Wolff's
sensational book, Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House, rocked the nation. It continues to have an
impact on the White House, even as the author's credibility further deteriorates. Wolff said he's "barely a journalist"
and that his job as a writer has "nothing to do with truth." But that comes after weeks of headlines and cable news debate
over the most sensational claims in his book, including that President Trump is mentally incapacitated. Fire and
Fury wasn't just a political insider book, it was a crisis that confronted the Trump administration and one that was
exacerbated by a national news media willing to entertain it.
What Is John Brennan Hiding?
Former CIA Director John Brennan has become the sleaziest man on cable news — and that, my friends, is saying
something. He continually peddles wholly unsubstantiated horror stories about the president of the United States,
stories which the insanely anti-Trump press is only too happy to echo and magnify. It's time to wonder just what this
guy is trying to accomplish and why.
Unfounded Smears Are Treated as Facts. The question was a reasonable one, but the answer was not. When
the hosts of MSNBC's Morning Joe program asked why President Trump had congratulated Russian president Vladimir Putin
on being reelected, former CIA director John Brennan pulled no punches. In answering the leading question that implied
Trump may be afraid of Putin, Brennan said, "The Russians may have something on him personally." The Russians, he said,
"have had long experience of Mr. Trump, and may have things they could expose." Coming from just another foe of
Trump — which Brennan, an Obama loyalist, certainly is — the assertion could be dismissed as just a
partisan cheap shot. But coming as it did from a career intelligence officer who served for four years as the head of
the American intelligence establishment, this had to be more than a baseless conjecture. Except it wasn't. By the
end of the day, Brennan admitted his wild charge was not based on any actual information or intelligence revealed to him
during the course of his duties but just a willingness to assume the worst about Trump.
rage of President Trump. President Trump says he didn't collude with Russia in 2016, promising something to a
foreign country in exchange for his installation as president. That seems increasingly likely to prove true.
Where they do not spring from simple malignancy, critics' arguments that Trump used Russian intervention to win the election
are mostly an excuse to avoid the plain truth that Hillary Clinton deservedly lost because she was an awful candidate.
And the country is better for that result. We aren't persuaded, either, that the Russians' paltry $100,000 in Facebook
spending had anything to do with Trump's win, given that very little of it was spent during the general election or in the
key swing states anyway.
Former Obama Aide Predicts
'Prisons Will Be Full Of' Trump Associates. Former Obama White House Ethics Czar Norm Eisen said Tuesday morning [3/6/2018]
that he predicts prisons will be filled with President Donald Trump's associates by the time Trump finishes his tenure as president.
"This is insane. In the Obama White House, I even made people quit uncompensated non-profit outside positions because of conflicts
risks. This is FOR profit work that could conflict with official duties. Prediction: by end of Trump admin, prisons
will be full of his associates," Eisen tweeted Tuesday.
The Editor says...
If Mr. Eisen has courtroom-quality proof of crimes committed by Mr. Trump, or anyone else, perhaps he should contact Robert
Mueller, because Mr. Mueller has been looking for evidence of just about anything for a year and hasn't found what
he was looking for.
How Identity Politics
Is Made to Destroy Us. In January, when negotiations over the fate of 800,000 DACA recipients broke down, House
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) blamed the impasse on the alleged racism of President Trump and his senior advisers.
"Last night the president put forth a plan," Pelosi told the U.S. Conference of Mayors. "Let me just say what I said last
night, that plan is a campaign to make America white again." This was not only an obvious lie, but a spectacularly brazen
one, since Trump's announced plan would provide a path to citizenship not only for the illegal aliens who had benefited from
President Obama's constitutionally suspect Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, all of whom are nonwhite, but for
a million additional illegals, mainly from Latin America, who are also mainly nonwhite.
know much about history... This new poll, put out by a couple of political science professors, places
President Trump at rock bottom in its rankings of all the U.S. presidents. Worse than Warren G. Harding. Worse
than James Buchanan. Worse than Franklin Pierce. Worse than Jimmy Carter. And certainly worse than Barack
Obama, who correspondingly rose to the top ten in the same estimation of the same political scientists. After bringing
us the Iran deal, Obamacare, the one-way love-fest with Castro, the unmaskings, the IRS targeting of dissidents, the global
apology tour, the SEIU thugcraft, the politicization of the Department of Justice, and Ben Rhodes, he's top ten!
How the Left
Plays at Oppression and Encourages Tyrants. I've been seeing graying women with t-shirts proclaiming they're
resisting, watched colleges and universities fly their flag at half mast, and banged my head gently against the dashboard
at cars with bumper stickers proudly proclaiming the driver a member of the resistance. I've heard women proclaim
they're marching for lost rights, though no one can answer me on what rights they lost. Oh, yeah, I've also
been informed, loudly, in public spaces, that liberals are afraid to speak their mind and that the awful dictator, Trump,
has chilled their speech. [...] They know they can go around sloganeering and screaming and calling a freely elected
president a tyrant and the equivalent of Hitler, and no one will do anything.
Nicolle Wallace: Trump Is A 'Hamburger-Eating, Zamboni-Riding Loon'. On Tuesday [2/6/2018], MSNBC's
Nicolle Wallace launched into a disjointed rant about President Trump and congressional Republicans in which she alternated
between scolding Speaker Paul Ryan and insulting the President. Wallace's outburst occurred while she and the rest of
the Deadline: White House panel discussed the ultimate strategic implications of the Nunes memo's release for
President Trump and the Republican Party.
Year of Achievement. As unintended proof of his accomplishments, Trump's many liberal opponents have gone from
initially declaring him an incompetent to warning that he has become effective — insanely so — in
overturning the Obama progressive agenda. Never Trump Republicans acknowledge that Trump has realized much of what they
once only dreamed of — from tax reform and deregulation to a government about-face on climate change, the ending
of the Obamacare individual mandate, and expansion of energy production. Trump so far has not enacted the Never Trump
nightmare agenda. The U.S. is not leaving NATO. It is not colluding with Vladimir Putin, but maintaining sanctions
against Russia and arming Ukrainians. It is not starting a tariff war with China. The administration is not
appointing either liberals or incompetents to the federal courts.
The Editor says...
For those of you who don't read National Review, the editors of NR were the biggest "Never Trump Republicans" around
until Mr. Trump started to succeed.
You Love Law Enforcement, You Must Criticize FBI Corruption. Many people in the media have jointly arrived at
the same talking point. They say that criticizing the bad actions of specific people at the top ranks of a law enforcement
agency mean you're at war with all law enforcement. Politico's headline for this talking point was "Trump escalates his war
with U.S. law enforcement after memo release." "Once the party of law and order, Republicans are now challenging it," said
the Washington Post. The New York Times went with "The President's Unparalleled War on Law Enforcement."
TV pundits and hosts have used the same talking point. It's a convenient way to avoid talking about abuses revealed by
congressional overseers in a recent memo filled with facts not in dispute by the FBI.
Trump is No Longer Commander-in-Chief After Release of FISA Memo. After a long wait, the FISA memo Americans wanted to see was
finally released. It contained a lot of damaging information about Democrats. According to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA),
"President Trump has surrendered his constitutional responsibility as Commander-in-Chief by releasing highly classified and distorted intelligence."
the stupidest MSM SOTU television commentary. There is a lot of competition for the most inane commentary on
the triumphant State of the Union Address that President Trump delivered last night. CNN attempted a pre-emptive strike
before President Trump even began speaking by speculating, as First Lady Melania Trump arrived, that her cream colored outfit
was an echo of Democrats wearing white a year ago at the presidential address to a joint session, to allegedly protest
President Trump's "anti-woman" policies. This inanity was preceded by inferences that something was wrong with the
First Lady arriving separately, accompanying guests, instead of riding with the President.
The Editor says...
Is it a scandal for the First Lady to be apart from her husband as he prepares for the State of the Union address?
At this moment, what is the physical distance between Michelle Obama and her husband, Barack H. Obama? Is it
less than a thousand miles? Probably not. I suspect the same is true of Bill and Hillary Clinton, although the
hour-by-hour locations of all these people is unknown to the public.
Waters Makes an FCC Suggestion for Trump. Rep. Maxine Waters (D-CA) was one of five Democrats to offer a
response to President Trump's State of the Union address. She didn't actually attend, so to put it another way she
offered a response to a speech she didn't even watch. Still, she has Trump figured out. He's a "despicable
human," he's a "racist," he's "not a role model," and — her latest description — he's not fit for TV.
"Whenever he appears on TV there should be a disclaimer that says 'This may be may not be acceptable for children,'" Waters said
during her pre-taped response for Angela Rye's BET special Wednesday [1/31/2018].
Racist Claims Against Trump. As President Trump lays out and implements his vision for American success — via
his campaign slogan, "Make America Great Again" — there remain defiant naysayers. Among the most defiant are those who
want to talk about race. They oppose Trump, claiming he is biased against minorities. Unfortunately, talking about race is a
great diversion from the discussion about the ideas and policies we need as a nation to move forward.
professor encourages 'abolition of white democracy'. A California professor's controversial social justice
lecture on "the abolition of white democracy" has gone viral after a student videotaped the anti-Trump presentation and
shared it online. During the talk, Diablo Valley College Professor Albert Ponce labeled President Trump a white
supremacist and encouraged students in attendance to violate American laws. "So we begin with the fact that we exist in
a white supremacist, patriarchal, heteronormative, capitalist system," Ponce says at the outset of his one-hour talk, "White
Supremacy in the U.S." The speech was the first in DVC's Social Justice Lecture Series for the 2017-2018 academic year.
Democratic hand on immigration. Ah, the Art of The Donald. Kick back and enjoy the ride. "Trump
plan to offer citizenship to 1.8 million undocumented immigrants," the BBC reported. How did the illegal aliens
react? "Let's call this proposal for what it is: a white supremacist ransom note. Our fear, our pain, and our
lives must not be used to shackle our parents and ban those seeking refuge; we must not be used to tear apart the moral
fabric of this country," the group United We Dream said in a statement.
Top 21 Signs from the Angry Women's March in D.C. Thousands of anti-Trump protesters filled the National Mall
around the Lincoln Memorial and reflecting pond on Saturday, carrying signs that reveal, one year into the Donald Trump
presidency, the anger over his victory has not dimmed.
The Editor says...
Very interesting sign. Presumably, the person holding this sign voted for Barack H. Obama, who was technically ineligible
to be elected President because of his dual citizenship in the U.S. and Indonesia, and the fact that he never did prove the authenticity of his
birth certificate. Thus Mr. Obama is a "fake American," not Mr. Trump. Mr. Obama never even pretended
to be a businessman, whereas Mr. Trump has been a businessman all his life. Mr. Obama claimed to be a Christian, but there
is little or no evidence to support this claim; in fact, the preponderance of the
evidence shows that Barack Hussein Obama is actually a Muslim.
Gutierrez: Shutdown Really About 'First Racist President' Wanting to End Legal Immigration.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) claimed on Friday evening that the government shutdown is about the "first racist president
of the United States of America" wanting to end legal immigration. In a fiery speech at a MoveOn rally outside the
Capitol on Friday evening, Gutierrez accused President Donald Trump of exposing himself as a racist with his "shithole"
countries remarks. And though Trump reportedly made those remarks in regards to the visa lottery system and said he
would welcome more immigrants from Asian countries, Gutierrez said the government shutdown was not about Trump's border wall
but about "ending legal immigration in America."
the New Trump Standard, Why Wasn't Obama Impeached? One of Trump's major campaign promises was to build a "wall" to protect our southern
border. Never mind that, in 2006, 26 Democratic senators — including Hillary Clinton, then-Sen. Barack Obama and Chuck Schumer — voted
for hundreds of miles of barriers and fencing. And every Senate Democrat voted for 2013's Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and
Immigration Modernization Act, which again called for hundreds of miles of barriers. But Trump is "racist" and "xenophobic."
Rep. Al Green, D-Texas, calls Trump a "bigot in the White House who incites hatred and hostility," which, says Green, is a "high
misdemeanor" that constitutes an impeachable offense.
Left-Wing Author Compares Trump Administration to Termite Infestation. Appearing on MSNBC's 9:00 a.m. ET
hour on Wednesday [1/17/2018] to sell his latest Trump-trashing book, left-wing author David Cay Johnston compared the current
administration to an insect infestation that was "eating away at the structure of our government." He apparently saw himself
as the exterminator ready to stamp out the supposed political parasites. "Today, America is vastly changing under the Trump
administration, from weakening the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the CFPB, to chipping away at protections in ObamaCare,"
anchor Stephanie Ruhle warned as she began the segment.
senator now says Trump 'did not use that word'. A senator who attended the closed-door meeting during which the
president reportedly insulted Haiti and various African nations with an expletive now says Trump never said the word.
Sen. David Perdue, R-Ga., who supports Trump's immigration policies, had previously claimed that he did not recall
whether or not Trump used this incendiary language. But on ABC News' "This Week," he repeatedly said that the meeting
had been grossly and totally misrepresented in the press.
ramp up efforts to boycott Trump's State of the Union address. Florida Rep. Frederica Wilson added her
name to a growing list of Democratic lawmakers who say they are fed up with President Trump and will boycott his State of the
Union address at the end of the month. Wilson, who was elected in 2010 and made headlines last year for fighting with
Trump over his telephone call to the widow of a fallen soldier, cited the president's "recent racist and incendiary remarks
about Haiti and African nations" for reasons why she wouldn't be attending the Jan. 30 speech. "For the first time
since I began serving in the U.S. House of Representatives, I will not be attending the president's State of the Union address,"
Wilson said in a statement late Sunday [1/14/2018]. "I have no doubts that instead of delivering a message of inclusivity
and an agenda that benefits all Americans, President Trump's address will be full of innuendo, empty promises and lies."
The Editor says...
Barack H. Obama made "State of the Union" speeches that were "full of innuendo, empty promises and lies," and the Republicans
didn't boycott those event for political gain. As a public service, I have kept excerpts from the reviews of Obama's
SOTU speeches (and many
Red Handed: Clinton Supporters Tried to Buy Trump Accusations. Lisa Bloom is an attorney who works for
prominent liberals and occasionally one of their super PACs. She also famous for being the lawyer who worked for Harvey
Weinstein to try to pay off or discredit his accusers. In a recent episode among those occasional cases, she openly
asked for money to vet possible sexual harassment accusations against Donald Trump. Setting aside the obvious partisan
problems for the moment, legal vetting does cost money, so this might not be a brazen breach of justice. Within the
past few months, a Republican group raised $10,000 to pay legal and associative fees for sexual misconduct victims.
It's a normal part of the process. The red flags for Ms. Bloom appear when you look at the amount of money
requested. Various donors supplied $700,000 to cover the costs of just two accusers.
'At War' With Media, 'Actively Trying to Kill Press Off!' Thursday [1/11/2018] on ABC's The View, co-hosts Sunny
Hostin and Joy Behar sparred with co-host Meghan McCain and guest host, actress and singer Keke Palmer, over the trustworthiness of
the media. Behar and Hostin complained that no one trusted the media anymore, when they were only trying to give "the truth"
and "the facts." Hostin compared Trump to a "dictator" while Whoopi Goldberg hyperbolically added, we've never had a president
that was "actively trying to kill the press off" like Trump.
Genius: Trump Holds Normal Meeting With Democrats On Immigration, Media Bewildered. On Tuesday [1/9/2018], President
Trump completely undercut Democratic arguments that he is an insane child, holding a bipartisan discussion at the White House
over the Congressional version of President Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Overall,
Trump looked presidential rather than petulant; he even hijacked Low-Energy Jeb!'s line, stating that he wanted to push a
"bill of love" by week's end.
to hold new meeting with psychiatrist who calls Trump a 'danger' to [the] public. Some Democratic lawmakers are
renewing their campaign this week of questioning President Trump's mental fitness for office, aided by a psychiatrist who is
drawing ethics rebukes from her peers for giving opinions about the president without having examined him. Lawmakers
will gather for dinner Wednesday night [1/10/2018] at the Washington home of Rep. Rosa DeLauro, Connecticut Democrat, in a
"salon-like" setting to hear from Dr. Bandy Lee, a Yale University professor and forensic psychiatrist who believes
Mr. Trump is "dangerous" and requires a mental-capacity exam. DeLauro spokesman Will Serio confirmed the planned
dinner meeting but couldn't say how many lawmakers are expected to attend.
your armchair psychoanalysis of Trump. Mental health professionals should never perform armchair analyses of
persons with whom they've never met to conduct an in-person evaluation. We're not alone in holding this opinion.
It is the long-held position of the American Psychological Association and the American Psychiatric Association that it is
both unethical and extremely irresponsible for mental health experts to render professional verdicts based only on casual
observation. There's a backstory to this rule, as we recounted in October of last year. The short of it is
this: A 1964 survey of psychiatrists found that half of its respondents believed GOP presidential candidate Barry
Goldwater was mentally unfit to be president. They called him a "dangerous lunatic," "paranoid," a "counterfeit figure
of a masculine man," and so on. Goldwater went on to lose the election, but he won his defamation lawsuit against
the now-defunct Fact magazine, which published the psychiatrist survey.
Dershowitz Rebukes The Ridiculous Attacks on President Trump's Mental Health. As everyone is now aware, the
latest approach of President Trump's political opposition writ large is to insufferably attack his mental fitness. This
is a historic pattern of the left-wing against people they disagree with. If you disagree with a far-left Marxist your
thinking is wrong. Not accidentally this is the exact same common approach within mainstream communist media; a modern
example is China. Disagree with authoritarian-minded people and the way you think becomes the primary focus of your
risk toward them.
Errors Found In Wolff's Book, So Far. Here's what The Daily Caller has found so far: [#1] The most
striking portrait of Wolff's carelessness in checking basic facts occurs in the early chapters of the book where he misspells
a CNN political analyst's name, misidentifies the position commerce secretary Wilbur Ross was nominated for at the time, and
places a reporter at a restaurant he says he has never been to.
Don't Let 'Fire
And Fury' Normalize 'Fake But Accurate'. "Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House," Michael Wolff's
entertaining new book, is a mix of wishful falsehoods, compelling fictions, and a lot of stuff we already suspected about the
White House. Even honest antagonists of Donald Trump can concede as much. [...] That's the problem with a book of
rumor-mongering. You can never know what's true, though people always tend to believe the tidbits that reinforce their
worldview. Not that these sorts of tomes are new. Every president has his Kitty Kelley. What is new,
though, is the wall-to-wall coverage of the book.
Live in Stupid Times. I have no idea what's true and what's not true in the new book Fire and Fury:
Inside The Trump White House, and neither does anyone on cable television repeating its claims like they were a personal
witness to the events described in it. But neither does the author, it seems. In the book's prologue he wrote,
"Sometimes I have let the players offer their versions, in turn allowing the reader to judge them. In other instances I
have, through a consistency in the accounts and through sources I have come to trust, settled on a version of events I
believe to be true." That's a long way of saying, "I don't know if all this stuff is true, I didn't bother to verify
it. And I filled in some gaps myself because 'why not?'" [...] What's true and what's fiction doesn't matter because as
that cable news personality basically put it, it fit what they all believe to be the case. We are now in a time where
what is news is determined by the "spidey sense" of activists with media credentials.
why hasn't anyone ever seen Trump's supposed dementia? Like anyone else, politicians do get old, and when they do, their age
frequently becomes obvious in public. One example is House minority leader Nancy Pelosi, who has repeatedly slurred her speech and
spoken gibberish, both of which point to declining mental capabilities. [...] Then there are politicians who try to hide that there are any
health problems, such as Hillary Clinton, who has had massive coughing attacks in public, was seen with an odd red spot on her tongue,
required a stool to lean on during her presidential campaign debate with Trump, has had apparent seizures during press gaggles that she
attempted to laugh off, struggled to climb stairs, and has collapsed repeatedly in public. She's never been straight with the public
about what her health concerns may be, but it's pretty obvious something is not working. Do we ever see any evidence of failing
faculties like that with Donald Trump?
The Media Mainstreamed A Democratic Conspiracy Theory. Establishment media outlets including CNN and MSNBC have
helped mainstream a conspiracy theory claiming President Donald Trump is mentally ill. At the center of the conspiracy
theory is Yale psychiatry professor Bandy Lee, who for over a year has claimed that Trump is mentally impaired and unfit to
serve, pointing at his tweets as evidence. During Trump's presidential campaign, Lee flouted industry norms against
publicly diagnosing a patient without his consent or an in-person examination. She justified doing so on the grounds
that she is "obligated to break them in times of emergency." She continued her campaign after the election, earning a
book deal in the process.
The Media Would
Like You To Know That The President Is Insane. Yesterday [1/3/2018], I somewhat reluctantly took on the
question of the President's Bigger Button tweeting and expressed the concerns that I had. It wasn't a case of actually
thinking that Trump was about to launch a preemptive nuclear strike or destroy our foreign policy agenda in Asia, but rather
that the tweet would eat up the news cycle just when we were starting to make some process. I was sure that cable news
would be obsessing over it, along with most of the print and online outlets. But I once again underestimated the
reaction since I didn't foresee so many of them going The Full Vox and resurrecting the idea that President Trump isn't just
wrong on policy, but is, in fact, clinically insane. It's not the first time we've heard this line of attack, but
Politico discovered that it was an excellent opportunity to talk about a private briefing given to a group of almost entirely
Democrats, by an Ivy League, Never Trump psychiatry professor who was willing to diagnose the patient without ever having
conducted an examination.
Jemele Hill on Calling Trump a 'White Supremacist': 'I Don't Regret What I Said or Even the Language That I Used'.
ESPN host Jemele Hill says she is not sorry for the content of a tweet, in which she called President Trump a "white supremacist."
Instead, her only regret is that she used social media as her platform to do it. Hill, the host of the network's popular
SportsCenter, has continued to spout her political views despite finger waging from ESPN bosses. She has even continued
her commentary after the entire company was brought together for a mandatory meeting to go over the company's ban on overtly
political comments on social media. Indeed, she is even unrepentant despite having served a two-week suspension for
breaking the company's social media policy.
isn't mentally disturbed, and Obama isn't Moses. Much of the media is extremely excited by the news that more
than a dozen lawmakers (including one Republican) were recently briefed by a Yale psychiatrist on President Trump's mental
health. [...] Also, while we're on the topic of mental illness. Does anyone remember a certain former president
presenting himself as a Moses-esque demigod? [Video clip]
David Brock Revelations Highlight History of Destruction. Democratic activist David Brock has been exposed as
one of the key sources of money behind efforts during the 2016 presidential campaign to entice women to accuse Donald Trump
of past sexual misconduct. It was only the latest caper for Brock, who spent the 1990s attacking the Clintons before
undergoing a political conversion, and devoting his efforts — and other people's money — to a crusade
to destroy Republicans and the conservative media.
Brock Secretly Paid $200,000 To Bring Forward Trump Accusers In 2016. The New York Times published a story
Sunday on the hundreds of thousands of dollars being spent to support women willing to come forward with sexual misconduct
accusations against Donald Trump. The Times reports that a group founded by David Brock secretly gave $200,000 to
attorney Lisa Bloom while another progressive donor gave her $500,000 for the same purpose.
David Brock Revelations Highlight History of Destruction. Democratic activist David Brock has been exposed as
one of the key sources of money behind efforts during the 2016 presidential campaign to entice women to accuse Donald Trump
of past sexual misconduct. It was only the latest caper for Brock, who spent the 1990s attacking the Clintons before
undergoing a political conversion, and devoting his efforts — and other people's money — to a crusade
to destroy Republicans and the conservative media.
Clinton backer paid $500,000 to fund women accusing Trump of sexual misconduct before Election Day. A Hillary
Clinton backer reportedly paid half a million dollars to pay a lawyer representing women accusing then-presidential candidate
Donald Trump of sexual misconduct. Susie Tompkins Buell, a long-time Clinton donor, paid celebrity lawyer Lisa Bloom
$500,000 to fund security, relocation and possibly a 'safe house,' for women who might 'find the courage to speak out'
against Trump, the New York Times reported. Clinton operative David Brock also gave $200,000, through his nonprofit
group, to Bloom.
Joe' guest worried Trump might invalidate 2018 midterm elections — even though he couldn't. A guest on MSNBC's
"Morning Joe" oddly declared Friday that she is worried President Trump may try to invalidate the 2018 midterm elections to
avoid a Democratic Congress — something the President can't actually do. Regular co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika
Brzezinski were absent, but Republican pollster and Washington Examiner columnist Kristen Soltis Anderson more than made up
for the extreme anti-Trump rhetoric that MSNBC viewers have come to expect from the liberal morning show.
Katy Tur Wrongly Claims Trump Hasn't Had a Press Conference Lately. Pam Key at Breitbart reported that Friday
on MSNBC, host Katy Tur said it was "laughable" that President Donald Trump had only had one solo press conference in his
first year. "He's been dodging questions from the press for months now, really. He hasn't had a press conference
since what, February?" she asked NBC's Kristen Welker. "That is laughable. It's laughable, Kris, that the
president can't stand in front of the press and take questions from the press." This is self-evidently untrue.
York Times Column Says Trump Is About To Stage A Coup. A New York Times contributor cranked the President
Donald Trump-hysteria-meter to 11 on Thursday when he wrote the president "and his allies seem on the verge of staging a coup
against independent institutions and the rule of law." In the column "The Real Coup Plot Is Trump's," New York Times
contributor and Harvard University lecturer Yascha Mounk warns readers about the upcoming assault on American democracy that
the president is plotting. Fox News host Jesse Watters recently claimed that in the midst of all the alleged bias
within the FBI, that "we have a coup on our hands in America." Mounk doesn't cite any evidence that Trump is preparing to
fire special counsel Robert Mueller — the president, after all, has said repeatedly that he doesn't intend to.
Guest: 'Psychologically Deranged' Trump May 'Destroy Our Democracy'. A guest on MSNBC Monday called President
Trump "psychologically deranged" and suggested he might destroy democracy in America. Richard Painter, appearing on
"The Beat With Ari Melber," said, "Well, I think we are in danger, our democracy's in danger. But there's one person in
control of the military right now, the commander-in-chief is Donald Trump. And there is a risk of him using that power
to destroy our democracy, whether you call it a coup or anything else. But it's not from the critics of Donald Trump
that the danger is posed. It's the fact that the man who is commander-in-chief of our military engaged in obstruction
of justice and other crimes is also psychologically deranged."
A Stain On America.
It would be a full-time job to keep track of the Democratic Party media's failed attacks on President Trump and his
administration. [...] Maybe someone, somewhere, is keeping count of the liberal media's lies about Trump, but it would be a
superhuman task to keep up. The president's comment was prompted in part by an absurd tweet by the Washington Post's
Dave Weigel, who was fired by the Post some years ago for his participation in the surreptitious, left-wing JournoList.
Weigel rejoined the Post after rehabilitating himself with MSNBC and Slate. I used to say that the Post is the most
respectable voice of the Democratic Party, but I am not sure that compliment is still warranted.
[Condemn] Demented Donald as Worse Than Bin Laden and Comparable to Charles Manson. Liberal reporters and hosts
are closing out the year with a bang, spending the last month damning Donald Trump as an "unhinged" "sociopathic" mental case
who was comparable to Charles Manson and Osama Bin Laden. Also, journalists like CNN's Brian Stelter and former CBS
Evening News anchor Dan Rather continued to get on their high-horse as they proclaimed they were the "Pro-Truth" guardians
against Trump's "unrelenting campaign against the press."
McCain aide Steve Schmidt: Trump's 'impairment is chilling'. Sen. John McCain's (R-Ariz.) former
presidential campaign manager, Steve Schmidt, said early Thursday [12/7/2017] that President Trump was "clearly slurring his
words" during an announcement that the U.S. will recognize Jerusalem as the Israeli capital, adding that "the impairment is
chilling." "I don't know the cause of it, but when you combine it with [Sen.] Bob Corker's critique that the president
of the United States is unstable, that he's dangerous, when you look at the private comments that are made by members of
Congress around his stability, you look at his actions in recent weeks," said Schmidt, who is also an MSNBC contributor, on
MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
Joe' contemplates Trump's mental 'stability' after dry-mouth speech. The panel on MSNBC's "Morning Joe"
suggested Thursday [12/7/2017] that President Trump is suffering from diminished mental capacity after he delivered a speech
and slurred some of his words toward the end. Republican strategist and MSNBC contributor Steve Schmidt, a regular on
the show, said Trump appeared to have an "impairment" and called it "chilling" to watch. "This is not the person that
we knew even three years ago. ... There's a remarkable change," said host Joe Scarborough. "He seemed like he was
almost hanging on to the prompter and hanging on to the words," co-host Mika Brzezinski said. "Something, I don't know.
... There was a struggle happening."
Jumped: Chelsea Handler Actually Blamed Trump For Starting The California Wildfires. I'm not sure how
many sharks Chelsea Handler will jump before she's put on the list of stars Hollywood is shying away from, but Handler added
another reason to the Scrooge McDuck pile she's already got going. Handler informed Twitter that she's having to
abandon her home. While my heart goes out to her, she turned the moment political to strike at Trump and —
I'm not kidding here — blame him for starting the fire.
Handler: Donald Trump Set The California Wildfire. Always one to inject deep thoughts into any difficult
situation, Chelsea Handler is now accusing Donald Trump of "literally and figuratively" setting the wildfires raging across
the Los Angeles area. Nearly 200,000 people have been evacuated and more than 200 have lost their homes to the brush fires
which have engulfed the Sepulveda Pass in the Santa Monica mountains and now threaten places like Hollywood and Bel Aire.
Look who's talking. McCain:
Trump doesn't have any 'principles and beliefs'. Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) ripped President Trump in an
interview, saying he doesn't think the president has "principles and beliefs." "I don't agree with the way he's
conducting his presidency, obviously," McCain said during an interview with Esquire. "He's an individual that
unfortunately is not anchored by a set of principles. I think he's a person who takes advantage of situations."
Compares Charles Manson To Trump, 'Far Right'. Newsweek and The New York Times quickly tied Charles Manson to
right-wing politics after the murderous cult leader's death on Sunday [11/19/2017]. A Newsweek piece by Melissa Matthews
compared the charismatic nature of Manson to President Donald Trump, noting that both men used language to gain followers —
a common characteristic of most politicians. The piece explains that psychoanalyst Mark Smaller, past president of the American
Psychoanalytic Association, sees similarities in the way that Manson and Trump are able to talk to people who feel "marginalized or
alienated." Smaller is clear that he doesn't think they share any beliefs, but the comparison paints a different picture for
Trump's liberal critics seem increasingly unhinged? Last week's anniversary of Trump's election sparked
widespread teeth-gnashing by the nation's pundits. Trump is supposedly the gravest threat to American democracy since
the secession of the Confederacy. His presidency, probably, continues to be a boon for antidepressant sales across the
land. New York Times columnist Michelle Goldberg, in a column last week headlined "Anniversary of the Apocalypse,"
lamented the "terror-struck and vertiginous days" after Trump's win and the ongoing "metaphysical whiplash" and "hideous
interregnum," which leaves her "poleaxed by grief at the destruction of our civic inheritance." Professor Henry Giroux of
McMaster University frothed that Trump's "ascendancy in American politics has made visible a culture of cruelty, a contempt
for civic literacy, a corrupt mode of governance and a disdain for informed judgment that has been decades in the making."
Trump didn't ruin America's economy. Foreign tourism to New York City is set to rise 3.6 percent this
year — defying yet another of the many doomsday predictions about Donald Trump's presidency. Back in
February, the city tourism agency said Trump's "travel ban and related rhetoric" would mean a drop of 300,000 visitors this
year. But the NYC & Co. prophecy proved false. Of course, other predictions were more dire —
particularly those about the stock market. Finance expert Steve Rattner foresaw "a market crash of historic
proportions" under a President Trump. Moody's warned of a "weaker" economy. Many said 2 percent GDP growth was
the best that could be hoped for. Other doomsayers included Mark Cuban, CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin and firms such as
Bridgewater Associates and Macroeconomic Advisers.
Olbermann: President Trump a 'Pig' for Invoking God Instead of Gun Control. Within hours of the
horrendous Texas church shooting, Keith Olbermann called President Donald Trump a "pig" for invoking God instead of gun
control. The shooting occurred Sunday morning [11/5/2017] in Sutherland Springs, Texas, where a 26-year-old man who
was reportedly "an atheist" and who thought Christians were "stupid" opened fire on the congregants of First Baptist
Church. The attacker killed 26 people. His violence was stopped by a good guy with a gun who "took
cover behind a car" and shot at the attacker.
Olbermann: Bin Laden Did Less To Hurt America Than Trump. GQ's Keith Olbermann said on 'The View' Friday [11/3/2017] that
he truly believes President Donald Trump is more harmful to America than Osama Bin Laden. "You said recently via tweet that, 'Trump and
his family have done more harm to America than ISIS and Bin Laden combined," cohost Sunny Hostin said as the audience clapped.
Reporter Rips Trump For Not Calling for Death Penalty for (Already Dead) Vegas Shooter. In making a point about
the difference between President Donald Trump's reaction to the Las Vegas shooting and the NYC terror attack, WSJ
reporter Eli Stokols made a pretty obvious mistake by questioning why Trump didn't demand the death penalty for the assailant
who killed 58 concert goers in last month. Stokols, an MSNBC contributor, spoke with Nicolle Wallace Thursday [11/2/2017]
about the President saying the NYC terrorist should get the death penalty. And Stokols talked about the difference in how
Trump approaches these attacks compared to others.
16 women who accused Trump of sexual harassment are lying, says the White House. All the women who have accused
President Donald Trump of sexual harassment are lying, the White House has said. When posed the question by CBS about
the 16 women who have accused the President — and whether the official position of the White House was that they were
lying — Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said: "Yeah, we've been clear on that from the beginning and the
president has spoken on it." Mr Trump addressed the accusations last week and dismissed them as "totally fake news...
It's fake, it's made-up stuff. And it's disgraceful what happens."
chairman: Trump 'most dangerous' president ever. Trying to quell accusations that he is ousting activists
from the party's left flank, Democratic Chairman Tom Perez told fellow Democrats on Saturday [10/21/2017] that unity is crucial
in the fight against President Donald Trump, whom he lambasted as an "existential threat" to the nation.
is not "crucial to our democracy". The president is not "undermining the foundations of our democracy."
Donald Trump strengthened them. He did not accept a billion dollars in bribes and payoffs from big corporations and
rich creeps like Harvey Weinstein. Spending half as much, Trump [defeated] Hillary and her media minions. [Bob]
Schieffer, [Brian] Stelter, and their ilk tried to thwart the election with biased coverage. It is not working.
It undermines their credibility.
Clinton falsely claims Donald Trump is an 'admitted sex assaulter' — but claims allegations against Bill are
"clearly in the past". Hillary Clinton today [10/13/2017] falsely called Donald Trump an "admitted sex
assaulter" and compared him to disgraced alleged sex abuser Harvey Weinstein. [...] In fact Trump has not admitted he
committed sexual assault and said that he was indulging in "locker room talk". [...] "There has to be a recognition that we
must stand against this kind of action that is so sexist and misogynistic." And asked about allegations of sexual
misconduct levelled at her husband and former president, Bill Clinton, she said: "That has all been litigated." "That
was subject of a huge investigation in the late 90s and there were conclusions drawn. That was clearly in the past. [...]"
might want to think twice before exalting Eminem as their new leader. At the BET Hip-Hop Awards Tuesday night,
rapper Eminem became the latest in a long line of celebrities to bash President Trump when he debuted a fiercely anti-Trump
diatribe dressed up as a freestyle rap. For four bleeped-out, profanity-laced minutes, Eminem slammed the president as
a racist, bigot and "a kamikaze that'll probably cause a nuclear holocaust."
professor suggests Trump deserves blame for Las Vegas massacre. A university professor in Las Vegas was filmed
in class this week suggesting President Trump deserves some blame for the city's shooting massacre because "all he's done" is
"encourage violence." "Right when he got elected, I told my classes, three semesters ago, that some of us won't be
affected by this presidency, but others are going to die," University of Nevada, Las Vegas history professor Tessa Winkelmann
said Thursday [10/5/2017], according to video obtained by the Las Vegas Review-Journal. "Other people will die because
of this. And we've seen this happen, right?"
furious over teacher's 'shooting at Trump' quiz answer. A teacher at Wyoming's Jackson Hole High School on
Thursday gave her students a multiple choice quiz that referenced shooting President Trump. Parent Jim McCollum told me
he was furious about the question — especially since the quiz was administered four days after the Las Vegas
massacre. "This is not right. You don't do that to a sitting president — you respect the office,"
McCollum told me in a telephone interview. "They used Trump's name — insinuating gun violence and shooting
the president." "As torn apart as the country is right now, I could not tolerate that and let that go without saying
something," he said.
Falsely Reports Trump Admin Blocked Puerto Ricans From Using Food Stamps for Hot Meals. The New York
Times falsely reported earlier this week that the Trump administration was blocking food stamp recipients in
hurricane-stricken Puerto Rico from using the federal subsistence to eat hot meals. On Tuesday [10/3/2017], the
Times reported Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló complained, "the federal government had denied a request to
allow hurricane victims in Puerto Rico who use food stamps to redeem them at fast-food restaurants and other places that
serve prepared hot meals." "He [Rosselló] said he was pursuing the issue with federal officials and was hoping the
waiver would come soon," the Times reported. But after the piece had already been up for 24 hours, it was
updated to admit the claim was inaccurate.
Any Part Of The Russia Election Hacking Story True? In June, Samuel Liles, the Department of Homeland
Security's acting director of the Office of Intelligence and Analysis Cyber Division, told Congress that "the Russian
government tried to hack election-related computer systems in 21 states." Then, earlier this month, the election hacking
story made headlines again when DHS officials notified state officials in 21 states about the attempts to breach their voter
registration systems. This sparked renewed outrage from Democrats about how the election results had been "hacked" by
Russia. But then the story started to fall apart, when Wisconsin and California said DHS was wrong about their systems
being targeted. California found that Russia hadn't scanned its Secretary of State website at all.
Dear Media —
Stop Using Tragedy for Your Political Ends! The media — upset that the Trump Administration was
actually ready for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma and did a decent job of helping the victims in Texas and Florida —
now has a new strawman to beat in the "Trump is a racist" narrative. Apparently Trump and Congress don't care about
Puerto Rico, because racism, or oppression, or they're not a state, or something. Of course, if you ask the people and
the government officials in Puerto Rico, the story is a bit different. Not that they don't need more help, but to claim
the response was inadequate due to racism is both bogus and offensive.
Clinton peddles fake news about Trump and Puerto Rico. Frustrated by the justifiably high marks President Trump
received for the federal government's response to Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, portions of the left are attacking Trump for
allegedly not being sufficiently concerned about Hurricane Maria, which pounded Puerto Rico. Hillary Clinton is doing
her part. She slammed the president for his near silence about the situation in Puerto Rico. Ever the snob,
Clinton stated, with no apparent basis, "I'm not sure he knows that Puerto Ricans are American citizens."
calls for all NFL players to kneel during national anthem. Former Democratic Rep. Donna Edwards (D-Md.)
tweeted that she hopes all NFL players kneel during the national anthem on Sunday [9/24/2017] in response to President
Trump's remarks attacking Colin Kaepernick. Edwards, who left Congress earlier this year, called Trump a "white
supremacist who squats in our White House" in her tweet.
apology, who's got an apology? ESPN, the sports network, is part of Disney entertainment enterprises, and last
week one of its "anchors," a $1.98 cent [sic] word for "announcer," or "reader," had to be disciplined by the network for telling
her semi-vast following that "Donald Trump is a white supremacist who has largely surrounded himself w/other white supremacists."
She said it in a tweet, naturally, the preferred communication of those unable to speak words of more than one syllable. She
offended a lot of people, or at least some people. How could she not? Taking offense is the great American pastime.
Ms. Hill is, of course, entitled to her opinion, however ill-informed by liberal group-think, but she should have known that
even as a commentator, entitled to pop off about whatever pops into her mind, she should beware of making a fool of herself.
Says Trump "Creates Fear in Children". Lily Garcia, president of the NEA — the largest, most
progressive, and most activist teacher's union in the country — just used her bully pulpit to address America's
foremost educational issue. According to Garcia, that issue is not our failing government schools, the exploding cost
and shrinking results of our classrooms, or the developmentally inappropriate leftist social engineering that has replaced
genuine education. No, the key issue facing our government schools is that Donald Trump is upsetting teachers and
making school children cry because of his evil Trump ways. Specifically, Trump's policies towards Muslims, Mexicans,
and transgender students are allegedly causing classroom meltdowns in elementary and middle schools across the nation.
So much so, that teachers are forced to take valuable classroom time to "comfort crying children because they are afraid of
their president." All of which brings up the question: why are very young children being exposed to such adult
issues — topics way beyond their ability to process and comprehend — in the first place?
Human Rights Chief: Trump's Criticisms of Media Could Amount to 'Incitement' of Violence. United Nations
Human Rights Chief Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein expressed concern Wednesday over President Trump's "repeated attacks" on the
media. Zeid brought up Trump's criticism of CNN, the New York Times and Washington Post. "To call
these news organizations 'fake' does tremendous damage and to refer to individual journalists in this way," he said, "I have
to ask the question, is this not an incitement for others to attack journalists?" "And let's assume a journalist is harmed
from one of these organizations, does the president not bear responsibility for this, for having fanned this?" Zeid asked
reporters in a Geneva press conference.
& Politicians Admitting They Lied About Russia. It has been nearly three weeks since The Nation pushed an
explosive memo from the Veteran Intelligence Professionals for Sanity into mainstream consciousness with an article detailing
the evidence that the DNC leaks last year could not have been the result of a Russian hack. By continuing to ignore it,
the US intelligence community and all the pundits and politicians who have advanced the Russian hacking narrative are tacitly
admitting that they lied.
Lives Matter Founder Claims Trump Is Trying To Commit Hitler-Like Genocide. The co-founder of Black Lives
Matter believes President Trump is "literally" trying to "kill our communities" on a scale comparable to Adolf Hitler.
"We wouldn't as a movement take a seat at the table with Trump because we wouldn't have done that with Hitler. Trump is
literally the epitome of evil, all the evils of this country, be it racism, capitalism, sexism, homophobia and he has set out
the most dangerous policies not just that impacts this country but that impacts the globe," Patrisse Cullors, one of BLM's
three co-founders, told the Los Angeles Times in a Friday [8/25/2017] interview.
Attacks on America and Trump. Let's start by noticing the obvious. The biggest hate group in America —
by a wide margin — is the anti-Trump chorus, which has advanced from calling him "unfit to be president" to accusing him
(in the words of CNN's Ana Navarro) of being "unfit to be human." In between are malignant accusations that he is a "neo-Nazi,"
a "white nationalist" and a "white supremacist" — all revelations about Trump's character that somehow remained hidden
during the thirty years he was a public figure and before he ran against Hillary Clinton. Nor is the hate confined to Trump
alone but includes his aides and supporters. Congressman Jerrold Nadler and other House Democrats have even attacked Trump's
policy adviser Stephen Miller as a "white supremacist" for defending a merit-based immigration reform. The attacks from the
anti-Trump left also include the charge that America itself is a "white supremacist" country.
Fantasies Have Unhinged The Left. I'm worried that the Charlottesville riots are making the Left
psychologically unhinged in the same way that they have been unhinged by the election of Donald Trump, only more so.
The problem with their reaction to Donald Trump is that he seems to so totally vindicate all of their political prejudices
that he justifies an even more vicious vilification of anyone who opposes their agenda.
Nazis and KKK are Trump's base, how did he win the election? [Scroll down] CNN contributor, presidential
historian, and left-wing Democrat Douglas Brinkley supplies an actual number, saying "10 to 15 percent of Trump's base are
KKK white nationalists and alt-right racists." Really? Given that Trump received about 63 million votes, that would
mean close to 10 million are KKK members or racists. The broader implication is that those of us who voted for Donald
Trump and still support him are all racists. Not in the abstract, either. A friend of over 40 years who despises
Donald Trump called me "a white racist" over my continued support of the president. As if calling me names will make me
change my mind.
Warns Trump: Pardoning Arpaio Would Be 'Presidential Endorsement of Racism'. If President Trump pardons
former Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, it "would be an official presidential endorsement of racism," the American Civil
Liberties Union said on Monday [8/14/2017]. Arpaio, now 85 years old, is famous for his tough stand on illegal
immigration. He was convicted two weeks ago of criminal contempt for violating a court order instructing him to stop
detaining people suspected of being in the country illegally.
of Charlottesville: Trump Intentionally Courted White Supremacists. Sunday [8/13/2017] on CNN's "State
of the Union," Charlottesville, VA Mayor Michael Signer reacted to the violence Saturday at in his city at a protest, which
left three dead and 19 injured. Signer said President Donald Trump contributed to the violence with his "intentional
courting" of "white supremacists."
Ruben Gallego: 'We Just Have to Admit' Donald Trump Is an 'Absolute Racist'. Ruben Gallego (D-AZ) made it clear
he has no intention to stop reminding people that President Trump is bigoted against Muslims. The congressman spoke
with radio host and Mediaite contributor Dean Obeidallah, where they discussed the fallout from the recent bomb attack
against a mosque in Minnesota. The Trump Administration has been noticeably reluctant to comment about the matter, and
Gallego slammed the president for marginalizing Muslims around the country with his rhetoric instead of promising to protect
them as citizens.
Rowling Apologizes to Trump for Falsely Accusing Him. Well, sort of. J.K. Rowling actually apologized to
the little boy and his family, not President Trump. But whatever. She says she is apologizing 'unreservedly' over
tweeting out in anger at Trump after viewing a selectively edited clip showing Trump snubbing a disabled child. Except
that is not what happened at all. The originator of the tweet deleted it fairly quickly, but liberals had already
pounced on it and it went viral.
Rowling Lies About Donald Trump And Apologizes — To Someone Else. Yesterday [7/31/2017], apparently
somebody finally informed J.K. Rowling that her wildly popular public criticism of Donald Trump was actually based on a
falsehood. Over the weekend, Rowling had issued a series of mega-viral tweets in which she lambasted the president for
refusing to shake a disabled boy's hand at a White House event, calling Trump's behavior "stunning" and "horrible."
Surprise: Rowling was 100 percent wrong. Trump had actually spent a long moment engaging with the boy in a
friendly manner. It is not too much to assume, in the age of instant communication and 24/7 social media, that Rowling
might have taken fewer than three days to fix her flatly untrue and vicious slander of Trump, but better late than never, I
suppose. Nevertheless, her mea culpa on the matter falls somewhat short of an actual admittance of guilt, in a
way that should be rather embarrassing, at least for anyone who stopped to think before writing it.
Rowling's Disappointing Non-Apology To Trump. Last year I wrote about a speech J.K. Rowling gave at the PEN
literary awards gala on the importance of free speech. Rowling took the classical liberal line saying the answer to
speech that offends you is not a safe space but more speech. She went even further, warning that anyone who attempts to
silence speech they disagree with is traveling the path of tyrants. Rowling even used the example of a petition to keep
Trump out the the UK, saying it was a mistake to try to silence him even though she considered him a "bigot."
Trump Boy Scout Speech
Is Nazi Hitler Youth Rally, Left Says. President Donald Trump brought his bombastic politics to a Boy Scouts
event Monday [7/24/2017] in West Virginia, drawing cheers from the children gathered at the event and prompting comparisons
between his rousing rhetoric and Nazi youth rallies from some liberal activists and journalists.
of Universal Truths in Poland. Had Donald Trump given the Gettysburg Address, liberals would have called it
insultingly brief. No matter how eloquently and sensibly he speaks, they stand ready to snipe at him.
No sooner had he finished his stellar remarks in Poland than they grabbed for their wet blankets.
'Intellectuals': It's Racist for Trump to Defend the West. Left-wing pundits reacted angrily to President
Donald Trump's speech in Warsaw, Poland, on Thursday [7/6/2017], accusing him of racism for defending the "West." Peter Beinart,
writing in The Atlantic, asserted: "The West is a racial and religious term." He added: "To be considered
Western, a country must be largely Christian (preferably Protestant or Catholic) and largely white." Therefore, he said,
Trump's speech was racist, because some Europeans are Muslim, and some nations that have embraced democracy or modernity are
outside the West's geographic boundaries. "India is the world's largest democracy. Japan is among its most
economically advanced nations. No one considers them part of the West," he noted.
Joan Walsh: 'Really Good Research' Proves Trump Voters Motivated By 'Fears Of Brown People. The idea of liberals doing
any sort of research, let alone "really good research," is nothing short of absolutely laughable. The fact that Joan Walsh had
the gall to get up and say that she researched something (or someone else researched it and she's just parroting it without taking a
gander into the facts) is humorous enough. Yet more hilarious is the idea that "really good research shows" that Trump voters
only elected the Republican President because of their "fear of brown people."
Scarborough Calls President Trump 'Greatest Liar That's Ever Sat In The White House'. MSNBC "Morning Joe"
co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski bashed President Donald Trump Wednesday, calling him worse than former President
Richard Nixon and the "greatest liar that's ever sat in the white house." Scarborough played a clip of Brian Karem,
executive editor of The Sentinel Newspapers, at Tuesday's [6/27/2017] White House briefing challenging Deputy Press Secretary Sarah
Huckabee Sanders, saying her criticism of the media was inflaming the American people. Sanders responded at the briefing
by citing a debunked Washington Post story stating reporters were not being thorough enough in their critiques of the president.
Antithesis of Obstruction. The "collusion" narrative was a fraud, plain and simple. We know that
now. Hopefully, it won't take another six months to grasp a second plain and simple truth: Collusion's successor,
the "obstruction" narrative, is a perversion. The Left loves narrative. The ever-expanding story manipulates
time, space, and detail to fit a thematic framework. Political narrative has some surface appeal, but it is deeply
flawed. It obscures plain and simple truth. So let's stick with the plain and simple: The essence of
obstruction is to frustrate the search for truth. Its antithesis is to demand the exposure of fraud.
firm behind the Trump 'dirty dossier' refusing to cooperate with Congress. The Washington firm that
commissioned the dirty dossier on President Trump is stonewalling congressional investigators. In a piece for the New
York Post, conservative author Paul Sperry writes that the firm, Fusion GPS, which was started by three former Wall Street
Journal reporters, is not cooperating with Congress in order to cover up an allegiance to the Democratic party.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, is spearheading an investigation into the
dossier, and wants to know the identities of the people who paid Fusion to dig up dirt on Trump.
Urine trouble, Washington.
Five months after the once-respected Jake Tapper and Carl Bernstein at CNN reported on a dodgy dossier about President Trump
hiring hookers to whiz on a bed Obama slept in, we find out from whence that cockamamie collection of claptrap came.
Camp Hillary. That's correct. The billion-dollar loser hired a staff of weirdos who came up with this urinal joke.
Firm behind Trump dossier is stalling investigation. A secretive Washington firm that commissioned the dubious
intelligence dossier on Donald Trump is stonewalling congressional investigators trying to learn more about its connections
to the Democratic Party. The Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month threatened to subpoena the firm, Fusion GPS,
after it refused to answer questions and provide records to the panel identifying who financed the error-ridden dossier,
which was circulated during the election and has sparked much of the Russia scandal now engulfing the White House.
all Trump's fault — even Scalise shooting, beatings and traffic deaths. A crazed leftist attempts to
kill Republicans on a baseball field, a congressional candidate beats up a reporter, and an increase in traffic deaths.
What do these all have in common? Liberal journalists managed to blame all of these incidents on President Donald
Trump. In the days after the baseball field shooting of Congressional Republicans there was much talk about violent
political rhetoric inciting the Bernie Sanders-supporting shooter, but former New York Times Executive Editor Jill Abramson,
perversely blamed Trump and the GOP because they benefit from "a kind of rage machine."
Big Collusion Narrative Keeps Melting Down. After two days and almost six hours of high-stakes public
testimony, I'm struck by the total lack of any compelling claims supporting the "big" collusion narrative, that Russia
conspired with Trump or Trump officials to "hack" election. While we certainly aren't privy to all the relevant
information or all the relevant testimony, nothing that James Comey said last week or that Jeff Sessions said today (much
less any of the questions directed his way) contained so much as a meaningful hint that the Committee was on the verge of
uncovering the political scandal of the century. Rather, the focus keeps shifting to much narrower questions regarding
Trump's decision to fire James Comey — questions that are important but far less historically consequential than
any claim that a president or his attorney general are traitors to their country.
Muslim still blames Trump for "racism" after Pulse nightclub shooting. While most college graduates are
settling in for the summer and basking in their recent accomplishments with family and friends, one newly-minted graduate is
blaming President Trump for anti-Muslim sentiment one year following the terrorist attack in Pulse nightclub in
Orlando. In a New York Times opinion piece, "A night of terror, a year of racism," Adam Manno — a gay
American man whose father is from Pakistan — says Trump's language is scaring American Muslims because it
supposedly fosters Islamophobia among the general population.
The Real Collusion.
Maybe it will be remembered as the weekend when, at long last, the media-Democrat complex overplayed its hand on the
"Collusion with Russia" narrative. They are still having so much fun with the new "Jared back-channel to the Kremlin"
angle, they appear not to realize it destroys their collusion yarn. Their giddiness is understandable. The new
story is irresistible: President Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, in a December 2016 Trump Tower meeting with the
ubiquitous Russian ambassador, Sergey Kislyak, discussed setting up a communications "back-channel" between the incoming
administration and the Kremlin.
vast right-wing conspiracy 2.0, Russia edition. Hillary Clinton did something more interesting Wednesday [5/31/2017] than
blame others for her loss in last year's presidential election. She has done that many times before, though her dig at the
Democratic National Committee was a new and interesting twist. Clinton publicly stitched together a comprehensive theory of
how Russian interference into the 2016 campaign led to her defeat at the hands of President Trump. That theory may prove
to be conspiratorial nonsense or the dominant storyline of the Russia probe. But Clinton spelled it out more clearly and
succinctly than ever before, laying it all out in the public eye.
launches astonishing conspiracy claim that Trump won the election because he 'colluded' with 1,000 Russian agents. Hillary
Clinton launched an all-out assault on Donald Trump Wednesday [5/31/2017], claiming he must have 'guided' Russian efforts to keep her out
of the White House. Openly saying that she believed he had 'colluded' with Russia, she made an astonishing series of claims about
the presidential election, including claiming that the 'vast majority' of news about her on Facebook was 'fake'. She even cited
'Pizzagate', claiming that claims she was involved in a child sex-trafficking network in a Washington D.C. restaurant had helped swing
'low information voters'.
The Democrats' Second
Secession & America's New Civil War. [Scroll down] According to the Gallup organization, the normal duration of a presidential honeymoon in
recent times has been seven months. The Democrats didn't give Trump seven seconds. While he was president-elect, they were already attacking
him as a racist, a "white nationalist," anti-immigrant, and anti-Muslim; also an anti-democratic "fascist" — a would-be dictator. His
election was called illegitimate, the alleged agent of a Russian conspiracy. This meme swiftly metastasized into one of the most bizarre
witch-hunts in our political history, a "red scare" without actual reds, in which Democrat after Democrat stepped forward to allege that Trump
had colluded with Vladimir Putin to steal the election.
Say John Podesta, Robby Mook Wrote the Russia Narrative 24 Hours After Hillary Lost. Two days after the
election, Hillary Clinton blamed her loss on the FBI (James Comey), the KGB, and the KKK who supported Donald Trump according
to her. Liberal Jonathan Allen who is a Politico editor, and Amy Parnes who writes for the left-leaning The Hill wrote
in their new book, Shattered that the Clinton Campaign (John Podesta and Robby Mook) hatched the Russia narrative 24 hours
after her loss as an excuse for their campaign failure. These reporters were embedded with the campaign.
Left-Wing Russia Conspiracy Exposed. First, observers should note that none of these conspiracy theorists have
ever spelled out what they think occurred between Trump and Putin. They throw around the term "collusion"
without ever specifying any other details. There's a good reason for this: They know that if they actually
specified what they are thinking — or, more precisely, what they want for Americans to think — they
would be exposed for the shameless, deceitful partisan hacks they are. After all, the Democrats and the GOP
NeverTrumpers expect for the rest of us to believe that, together, Trump and Putin "colluded" to enable the
former — a man ridiculed and mocked by his enemies as a buffoon and clown right up until election
night — to prevail over Hillary Clinton in a decisive Electoral College win.
senators blame Trump for rise in hate crimes during hearing. There was a recurring accusation from Democrats
during Tuesday's [5/2/2017] Senate Judiciary Committee hearing: President Trump is to blame for a rise in hate
crimes. "It's no accident that there is a rise in hate crimes because we're in an environment where the president
targets Muslims with his language," said Sen. Mazie Hirono, D-Hawaii during a hearing on hate crimes, referring to
Trump's travel ban. Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., also attempted to correlate having Steve Bannon in the White House
as chief strategist to the rise in hate crimes.
Trump Is Bad at Being a Tyrant.
To be sure, Trump manipulated the media in much the same way savvy dictators do. Also, he is loud and he loves gold. And
he doesn't tolerate nonsense from the "lying press." Where I was raised, though, what Trump has been doing with the media is called
standing up for yourself. To the media, however, a Republican that stands up for himself is "dangerous."
admits anti-Trump dossier's sensational charge unverified, says Clinton backer betrayed him. Christopher
Steele, the former British spy who wrote the infamous anti-Donald Trump dossier, acknowledges that a sensational charge his
sources made about a tech company CEO and Democratic Party hacking is unverified. In a court filing, Mr. Steele
also says his accusations against the president and his aides about a supposed Russian hacking conspiracy were never supposed
to be made public, much less posted in full on a website for the world to see on Jan. 10.
tells child that Trump is more dangerous than a terrorist: report. Rep. Mark DeSaulnier, D-Calif., told a
sixth grader last week that she should be worried because President Trump is more dangerous than a terrorist. During
the Q&A portion of a town hall event held at Stanley Middle School in Lafayette, Calif., DeSaulnier took a final question
from 11-year-old Eden, according to a report published Saturday [4/22/2017].
Revelation: Clinton Campaign Hatched Russian Hacking Narrative 24 Hours After Hillary's Loss. The new Clinton
campaign tell-all, Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton's Doomed Campaign, reveals how Hillary Clinton personally placed
blame for her bruising defeat on Russian meddling "within twenty-four hours of her concession speech." The blistering
behind-the-scenes book, by Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes, illustrates how Hillary Clinton furiously blamed her defeat on the
FBI investigation into her private emails, Russian interference, and Trump's supposed support from "white nationalists."
Media Try to Lay Waste to the Trump Administration. According to Barack Obama's Director of National Intelligence James Clapper,
there is "no evidence" that the Russians colluded with President Trump to swing the election. And there is no evidence that the Russians
interfered with election tallies. Yet allegations of Russian connections have become an article of faith for the mainstream media and
liberal comedy hosts. But as we've pointed out on many occasions, Hillary Clinton's financial and business relations with the Russians
far exceeded anything that could be attributed to Trump.
Russiagate Scam Will Blow Up In The Democrats' Smug Faces. As Hugh Hewitt says, this scandal has three
silos. The first silo is the question of whether the Russians somehow "hacked our election." The second silo is whether
any Trump people "colluded" with the Russians. The third silo, the one patriots care most about since it's the one that
isn't a ridiculous fantasy, is whether anyone in Obama's administration used our intelligence apparatus to spy on his and
Hillary's political opponents. The answers are "No," "No," and "Yes."
the "Russia Meddled in the Election". Last week The Duran's Alexander Mercouris thoroughly debunked the
Russiagate narrative being spewed out by the Hillary aristocracy, Democrats, mainstream media, and anyone else with less than
half a brain and zero deductive reasoning skills. We strongly recommend you read the post, "Here's why the whole
Russiagate scenario set out in Trump Dossier is totally absurd" to get a big picture explanation as to why the Russia
election meddling story is fiction even too ridiculous for Hollywood.
Here's why the whole Russiagate
scenario set out in Trump Dossier is totally absurd. It has become increasingly clear over the last two weeks
that the amateur sleuths who are driving Russiagate are taking the Trump Dossier prepared by the British ex-MI6 officer
Christopher Steele as their starting point. This is despite the fact that the Trump Dossier is still "uncorroborated",
and has been trashed by seasoned intelligence professionals like former CIA Acting Assistant Director Michael Morell.
Right from the first moment the Trump Dossier was first published I speculated that it might be the original source of the
'Russiagate' story. Here is what I wrote about it on 11th January 2017, immediately after it was published
pressing FBI's McCabe in Trump-Russia dossier case. The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee is poking
around for more information on the spurious dossier leaked to the media ahead of President Trump's inauguration —
this time, homing in on Andrew McCabe, the second in command at the FBI. In a March 28 letter, Sen. Charles
Grassley, R-Iowa, told FBI Director James Comey he wants a detailed description on the involvement of Deputy Director McCabe
in the investigation of Russian ties to Trump associates.
Burgeoning Market For Anti-Trump Hoaxes. The insatiable demand for tales that embarrass the president is creating
its own supply. Case in point is the most recent KittenFeed story. On Tuesday [3/21/2017], the New York Observer ran
an exclusive piece with the headline: "Trump Sics Lawyers on Teen for Making Silly Site Where Kittens Punch Him." It
claimed that a 17-year-old girl in San Francisco had received two cease-and-desist letters from the Trump Organization. A
multitude of other news sites, bloggers and social networks immediately ran with the story, which now appears to be a hoax.
Why would someone do this? A clue is in the traffic to KittenFeed.com, which exploded once the story hit the web.
Rice is the Wrong Person to Attack Trump's Credibility. In a recent opinion column for The Washington Post,
former United Nations ambassador and national security advisor to Barack Obama, Susan Rice, had the temerity to lecture
President Donald Trump about telling the truth. She writes that "our friends must be able to trust the word of the U.S.
president." This extends far beyond hypocrisy coming from a person who visited five Sunday talk shows to peddle
administration falsehoods about the 2012 terror attacks in Benghazi, Libya. In addition, she served in those positions
during a period of other disastrous foreign policy decisions — deceptively sold to the American
people — such as the Iran nuclear deal and the entire Libyan debacle.
Major Holes In Rep. Adam Schiff's Trump-Russia Conspiracy Theory. On Monday, Rep. Adam Schiff, the
ranking Democrat on a House intelligence committee, delivered his opening statements at a hearing where he laid out the case
for alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Schiff repeatedly raised questions about alleged
collusion between Moscow and members of Donald Trump's presidential campaign. Here are four serious problems with
Schiff's charges, which include wild conspiracy theories and heavy reliance on a questionable source: [...]
Maxine Waters Walks Back Claim Russia Dossier Is 'Absolutely True'. Rep. Maxine Waters, a Democrat from California, walked
back her claim on Thursday that seemed to confirm the existence of compromising tapes of President Donald Trump with Russian prostitutes without
providing any evidence. The congresswoman's office released a clarification on Thursday [3/9/2017] after she said on MSNBC earlier in the
day that the sex allegations in an unverified dossier claiming that Russia has compromising information about Trump were "absolutely true."
An aide to Waters said that she had not leaked any classified or new information.
Beltway Conspiracy to Break Trump. At the heart of the case against Trump is what appears to be a Big
Lie. It is that Vladimir Putin and Russian intelligence hacked the DNC and John Podesta's email account, then colluded
with Trump's friends or associates to systematically sabotage Hillary Clinton's campaign. Therefore, Trump stole the
election and is an illegitimate president. In this city, Trump is looked upon as a border-jumper, an illegal
alien. Yet let us consider the constituent components of the charge.
Tur: Like Putin, Trump Might Kill Journalists. [Scroll down] It is Tur who is heading down a
"dangerous path." I guess because Trump has a "distaste" for negative news coverage, he is going to start murdering
journalists? I guess she sorta forgot Obama's railing against Fox News for eight years. Trump "has made no
secret" of "going after" journalists because, as far as I know, he hasn't ordered an attack on any of them.
Correctness as a Tool of the Liberal Inquisition. We hear from liberals that when President Trump and his followers speak of making America
Great Again we mean Make America White Again. This is a malicious falsehood. It is specious and malevolent. What we mean, as does Mr. Trump,
is that America should once again be prosperous; that the middle class be revived and that good, manufacturing jobs be available so families can live with
dignity; that family life and wholesomeness be once again exalted; that America be crime-free; that Americans be protected from terrorism and inhere a sense
of confidence; and that our elected leaders, a president, love America instead of constantly castigating her. No one I know wants an America where
our African-American brothers and sisters are denied an iota of civil rights.
Suddenly Have Newfound Respect For The CIA. Critics of President-elect Donald Trump appear to have found a new
respect for the Central Intelligence Agency, after years of heated criticism. Journalists highlighted the "insanity" of
CIA Director John Brennan's rebuke of Trump's disparaging accusation of the intelligence agency's possible role in leaking a
salacious dossier on his personal conduct.
Tank Appears To Cut Ties With Oppo Researcher Behind Trump Dossier. A national security think tank appears to
have cut ties with the head of the opposition research firm that is behind the unsubstantiated Donald Trump dossier published
last week. Glenn Simpson, who heads Fusion GPS, was listed on the website for the International Assessment and Strategy
Center (IASC) as recently as this weekend. He joined the Virginia-based think tank in 2009, at around the same time he
quit as a reporter at The Wall Street Journal to start his own private intelligence firm.
The Assassination of Donald
Trump. In a way it's pitiful. John Lewis, d. Ga. Still nursing a head wound from 1966 or '67.
Saying Trump is not a legitimate President because the Russians uncovered that the DNC sabotaged Bernie Sanders' campaign.
Crazy. So Trump fires back that Lewis is a loser. That's schoolyard nothings except for the following. The
almighty New York Times calls Trump a racist for defending himself against a smear. A black reporter at the
Times writes an angry article about Trump as racist... not one fact in it. But no one cares.
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