Saturday, July 22, 2017


While all agree the U. S. President has the complete power to pardon, why think of that when only crime so far is LEAKS against us.FAKE NEWS

100% Proof! Russian Collusion was a Hoax Designed to Impeach Trump and Divert Attention from Internal Email Leak & Clinton Criminal Activities:

Friday, July 21, 2017

Trump exerts 1000 lbs of force. Same as a pro boxer's punch! VS Hillary Clinton Who Couldn't Open a Jar of Pickles

The evidence is more clear than ever that concerns over Trump's physical health were the real fake news, while concerns over Hillary's health were well-founded.

Hillary Clinton Has Coughing Fit Again During New Speech! 5/26/17

Jimmy Kimmel admits that the skit where Hillary Clinton opened a jar of pickles to "prove" she was "healthy" was fake and the jar was already opened to make sure she wouldn't fail on national television. #PickleGate controversy won't go away after Kimmel was called out for staging the stunt trying to get people to laugh of concerns about Hillary's Health.

Wolf Blitzer opens pickle jar that pops on Jimmy Kimmel after Hillary Clinton's didn't

Aliens Among Us: Anderson Cooper and Jared Kuschner?

CNN gestapo Tries, Fails to Censor Mark Dice - Google-Owned YouTube Launches Worst Censorship Yet - Corporate Media Seeks To Ban PewDiePie Because They Fear Anyone With Influence They Don’t Control

Fake News: Dinnergate, How The Media Turned Trump's Dinner Conversation Into A Scandal, Suggests Trump Made Business Deal With Zero Evidence, Blames Trump & Lies About Being Caught Red Handed

It's Not Fake News. It's Dead News. (Lionel)

The printing and dissemination of spurious news is hardly new, but the term fake news is. However, when we say that an English word is “new,” we are using a broader meaning of that word than if we were to refer to, say, a musical genre. Fake news appears to have begun seeing general use at the end of the 19th century.

Secretary Brunnell Declares Fake News About His People is Being Telegraphed Over the Country.
—Cincinnati Commercial Tribune (Cincinnati, OH), 7 Jun. 1890

Fake News. The following is handed to us for publication. Sunday’s Enterprise says that I and a companion were run over by the Neptune and thrown into the water. As can be proved by more than one, we did not so much as get our feet wet, nor were we helped into the Neptune. Clarence Collins.
—The Kearney Daily Hub (Kearney, NE), 7 Jul. 1890

The public taste is not really vitiated and it does not in its desire for ‘news’ absolutely crave for distortions of facts and enlargements of incidents; and it certainly has no genuine appetite for ‘fake news’ and ‘special fiend’ decoctions such as were served up by a local syndicate a year or two ago.
—The Buffalo Commercial (Buffalo, NY), 2 May 1891

[Posted at the SpookyWeather blog, July 20th, 2017.]

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Emad Salem Says Hillary Arranged the Kidnapping of Ambassador Stevens at Benghazi to Provide a Way to Trade Stevens for the Blind Sheik - CNN took just 24 hours to find the identity of the Trump vs. CNN video creator, but still can’t dig up the truth about Benghazi

CNN took just 24 hours to find the identity of the Trump vs. CNN video creator, but still can’t dig up the truth about Benghazi

Saturday, July 15, 2017 by

You gotta hand it to the least-watched cable news enterprise on television today: When CNN really wants to conduct an “investigation” into a story, they do a decent job.
Take the recent story involving the identity of the person who created that meme where then-private citizen and WWE wrestling personality Donald J. Trump was whipping up on someone whose face was blotted out by a CNN logo. Man, that really was funny. And creative, too. Trump really does whip up on CNN on a regular basis. You could even say he’s got an ongoing “war of words” with the network (though as far as we know, he’s never body slammed any CNN reporters and editors or thrown them out of a wrestling ring).
It only took the CNN “investigations team” 24 hours to figure out the identity of the Reddit user who posted the meme. Then, for good measure, the network’s reporters and personalities proceeded to threaten the poor schmuck with character assassination, Mafia-style, if he (or she) didn’t stay in line after apologizing for mocking the network everyone should be mocking (hashtag fake news). (RELATED: Greenwald: CNN has become a “creepy, bullying” propaganda network seeking vengeance against its critics)
As reported, the network’s actions essentially amounted to blackmail:
In an article published by CNN, the failing network explained the decision to keep the Reddit user’s identity private occurred because the individual “said he is not going to repeat this ugly behavior on social media again.” It added that the statement “could serve as an example to others not to do the same.”
So, all media Mafia assertions aside, we know the network is capable of legitimate investigative reporting. Now the question becomes, why doesn’t the network actually do more of it?
Take the Benghazi terrorist attack. There were clear indications that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton dropped the ball repeatedly regarding requests from the late U.S. Ambassador to Libya Christopher Stevens for beefed-up security; and that the administration — from President Barack Obama to Clinton National Security Advisor Susan Rice and on down the line — lied repeatedly when they claimed that the attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi was the result of spontaneous anger over some obscure anti-Muslim video produced in California that hardly anyone had ever heard of.
As for the current president of the United States, Donald J. Trump, the network’s reporting has been simply abysmal, even drawing criticism from other Left-wing reporters like Glenn Greenwald of The Guardian and The InterceptHe wrote recently:
There is also something untoward about the fact that CNN — the subject of the original video — was the news outlet that uncovered his identity. That fact creates the appearance of vengeance: If you, even as a random and anonymous internet user, post content critical of CNN, then it will use its vast corporate resources to investigate you, uncover your identity, and threaten to expose you if you ever do so again.
And let’s not forget how often the network as simply been wrong in its reporting on Trump and his administration, even to the point of being forced to retract one story recently, leading the three journalists who worked on it to resign.
It’s clear that CNN possessed the resources to do actual investigative work that is accurate and even compelling. What is also clear is that the network seems to reserve those resources for those times when it feels personally attacked or injured.
That’s not being a media organization; that’s being a journo-terrorist.
J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.
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