Saturday, September 30, 2017

CNN Finally Discovers ‘Proof’ of Russia Connection 😂 - The Latest Preposterous Russian Witch Hunt by the Sockpuppet Deep State Fake News Media

A U.S. House committee investigating whether Russia has tried to influence U.S. public opinion on fossil fuels asked Facebook (FB.O), Twitter (TWTR.N) and Alphabet (GOOGL.O) on Wednesday to turn over information about Russian entities that may have bought anti-fracking advertisements. One of the thousands of political ads purchased by Russian groups during the 2016 election was a Black Lives Matter ad that targeted residents of Ferguson, Missouri, and Baltimore, Maryland, CNN reported Wednesday. The ad, which reportedly ran on Facebook in late 2015 or early 2016, was designed to look as if it supported the Black Lives Matter movement. What?!

CNN Finally Discovers ‘Proof’ of Russia Connection 😂 - The Latest Preposterous Russian Witch Hunt by the Sockpuppet Deep State Fake News Media


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

Who is Criticizing Black Lives Matter?

POLL: Americans Blame Deep State Shill Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook for Fake News


Friday, September 22, 2017

Fake News Machine Dates Back Decades

Fake News Machine Dates Back Decades


Group plans class action lawsuit to take down CNN once and for all

Ohio-based attorney Joni Turner and others are planning to file a class action lawsuit against the discredited media giant CNN for “fake news, defamation, targeting, and bullying.”
In a video published to YouTube on Aug. 20, Turner said that such action has “never been done before” and will require four to five thousand people.
To make it work Turner plans on using “menacing” and “cyberbullying” laws to go after the so-called “bonafide news organization” in federal court and ultimately the Supreme Court.
As of September 6, 2017, over 25,000 people have already opted to join the “Takedown of Faketown,” which vows to “legally go after CNN… using every avenue available” in order to “hold them accountable.”
“You get into federal court by a couple of ways,” the attorney explained. “One of the most common ways is that the plaintiff that is suing is in a different state than the defendant and you are suing for more than $50,000. Okay, well we meet that threshold so we can get into federal court with this.”
According to Turner, the group plans on legally “calling out” CNN “for their destruction of not only the news but their destruction of the United States” entirely.
The outspoken attorney claims that CNN has attempted to target Americans by lumping them into “a recognized group.”
“We are a recognized group that are Americans,” she said. “If you’ve got a flag in your front yard you better watch out. Okay, if you’ve got a Trump hat on, or are wearing anything red, white and blue, you better watch out because CNN’s got them coming for us.”

Touching on the subject during her appearance on the Alex Jones Show Thursday, Turner told listeners, “Make no doubt about it, they are targeting a group. They have a group specific in mind and then they are funding the wolves that are going to come in. We have no freedom of speech anymore. I have people that are being shot at that have a Trump sticker.”
Turner also expressed great disdain for CNN anchor Don Lemon and liberal filmmaker Michael Moore, who Turner said essentially called Trump a “rapist” and Trump supporters “accomplices to rape” during a taped CNN segment three weeks ago.
Turner said that’s when she felt she needed to take action.
“This is huge. It’s not just a small case,” she said. “We have twenty-five-thousand, and those are singular people who have signed up… These people have given their full names, their addresses, and their phone numbers. These people aren’t messing around. They’re not putting on burkas or covering up their faces [they are like] here’s my phone number, here’s where we live and we are coming after you CNN.”
“It’s time that our legal system gets on the ball,” the attorney also stated.

Shepard Ambellas is an opinion journalist, analyst, and the founder and editor-in-chief of Intellihub News & Politics ( Shepard is also known for producing Shade: The Motion Picture (2013) and appearing on Travel Channel’s America Declassified(2013). Shepard is a regular contributor to Infowars. Read more from Shep’s World. Follow Shep onFacebook and Twitter.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

Amazon deletes 1-star reviews of Hillary Clinton's book What Happened - Hillary Clinton Alternate Nostril Breathing Demonstration 😂

Amazon has been monitoring and deleting reviews after Hillary Clinton's new book was greeted with a torrent of criticism on the day it was released.

What Happened, which covers the former Secretary of State's unsuccessful election campaign against Donald Trump, was published on Tuesday. Clinton and her publisher Simon & Schuster claimed the book would offer a candid account of her failure and her own reflection on it. 

jdedad 1 day ago gives Amazon link to book F grade highly fake reviews


Hillary's Book Reduced Before Debut - 40% Off = Fake BestSeller - Hillary Clinton Attacks Alex Jones Again In New Book: Video Excerpts - Hillary Not Doing Well on New Book Tour 😂 - Hillary Clinton Once Again Rants Moronically About Trump and Russia - “DON’T GIVE A F*CK” BOOK OUTSELLING HILLARY’S “WHAT HAPPENED”

AFTER TRUMP TWEETS, AMAZON MARKET VALUE DROPS $5 BILLION - Minimum Wage And Amazon Will Destroy the US Economy

Better Book!!!

“Money and Politics” - Peter Schweizer Author... by debunkerbuster

Amazon deletes 1-star reviews of Hillary Clinton's book What Happened - Hillary Clinton Alternate Nostril Breathing Demonstration 😂

Monday, September 4, 2017

Bev Harris of Debunks the Russian Hacking Narrative - Corporate Media Brings Back Election "May" Have Been "Hacked", "Possibly" By Russia Narrative

Bev Harris of Debunks the... by debunkerbuster
Bev Harris of Debunks the... by debunkerbuster


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

Bev Harris of Debunks the Russian Hacking Narrative - Corporate Media Brings Back Election "May" Have Been "Hacked", "Possibly" By Russia Narrative

Killing Bigfoot Can Land You in Jail? Debunking the Fake News of Wochit Entertainment and National Geographic

Pompous reporters for Wochit Entertainment and National Geographic assert without a single citation to back up their statement that Bigfoot is a fictional creature. A single link is not too much to ask for a journalist making such a presumptuous statement. I will give you my choice for a link and challenge these fake news purveyors (debunking the lies of National Geographic is something I'm quite familiar with) to add one single source to back up their claim. Here is mine: Now please add one to your pages and we'll see which one, and the material it references, that people find most convincing, shall we?

In Skamania County, Washington, which considers itself a Bigfoot refuge a 1984 law states that killing the mythical ape-like creature can get you a year in jail, a $1,000 fine or both. Even though Bigfoot is fictional, the Animal Legal Defense Fund included it on their list of animals who people cannot harm without repercussion. The fund states that Bigfoot is on the list because it points to the larger commonalities” between people and other animals.”

Even though Bigfoot is fictional (sorry, cryptozoologists), the defense fund included it on their list because “we feel [it] points to the larger commonalities” between people and other animals, Rosengard says. (Read about a Bigfoot sighting in Yellowstone.)

In other words, we and our wild kin are all sentient creatures that deserve legal protection.

Bigfoot cannot "point towards larger commonalities" between mankind and animals unless it is real if you ask me. This may very well be the belief of those that made the law who just didn't want to come right out and say it because of the ridicule factor that these two reports are ignorantly further propagating. This isn't just my opinion, but an educated guess based on the fact that other such laws have admittedly been implemented because of the view of those who drafted them that the evidence is compelling...

Oregon Legislative Assembly—1977 Regular Session House Joint Resolution 52 Sponsored by Representative (later Governor) Kulongoski (at the request of Anita Paulsen)

Notwithstanding that Sasquatch are reputed to live in Devil’s Club swamps and feed on poison oak, there are those who insist on searching for them. Although no one has positively identified or captured one, this Legislative Assembly feels that it is a matter of time before this event will occur.

In another piece of dishonest reporting at the author goes through some mental gymnastics to fit his bias when they write:

The first place to outlaw Bigfoot slaughter explicitly was Skamania County, Washington. In 1969, two years after the release of the controversial Patterson-Gimlin film, the county found itself caught in the heat of peak Bigfoot fever. Believers flooded the Pacific Northwest with plans to track down the stealthy beast—and, as the Board of County Commissioners soon noticed, many visitors brought dangerous hunting weapons with them. Not only did this pose a risk to potential Bigfoots, but it also threatened the residents living in these supposed Sasquatch hotspots. More concerned with the safety of the latter than the former, the commissioners passed an official ordinance [PDF] stating that slaying Bigfoot was a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.

What else besides bias can explain the Bizarro World-esque inversion of reality of claiming the commissioners were "more concerned with the safety of the latter than the former" when the document itself clearly puts the former (the compelling evidence for Bigfoot) front and center before mentioning the weapons. The document does not support the assertion that the existence of the creature was not a real concern and simply added to the document as a means to an end. To the contrary, the order in which the concerns are laid out and more importantly the wording chosen, starting right off the bat with "evidence continues to accumulate indicating the possible existence... of a ape-like nocturnal primate." Noting an influx of scientific investigators before mentioning "believers" or casual hunters, and declaring the Sasquatch an endangered species, is another indication that the lawmakers were being fair and lending the credence to the subject that they thought it deserved.


In 1991 a nearby area in Washington, Whatcom County, drafted very similar legislation, which again started out by citing evidence before getting into concerns about weapons. This time much more emphasis was put on the evidence making it even clearer that the law makers did indeed find the evidence persuasive...

Undiscovered Species Protection Act

Whereas, there is evidence to indicate the possible existence of an undiscovered species a primate mammal variously described as Bigfoot, Sasquatch, an ape-like creature or a subspecies of Homo Sapiens. Whereas, reported recent and past sightings, research by anthropologist, Primatologist, biologist, forensic experts, cryptozooligst, independent organizations, private individuals and the famous chimpanzee researcher Jane Goodall support this possibility.

I added the links in the above paragraph with info to back-up what is being stated.

Source: Big Government. Small Brains. Dumb Laws.

As I've noted in the past these self-proclaimed Bigfoot debunkers are better off pretending (as they seemingly often do) that such individuals don't exist!

Serious researchers will be aware that such laws are not very surprising given the fact that so many front line legal experts, otherwise known as police officers, have reportedly had encounters with these so-called fictional beasts.

As an anonymous hunter sums it up:

I'm sorry but every single hunter, police officer, and other professions dedicated to observing details and analytical indetification throughout the last 250 years aren't misidentifying bears as something unknown. Does misidetifiation occur? Yes but not at the rate the debunkers claim. Regardless if the actual truth occurs at only the most minimal rate, there is still a certain degree of something unknown existing. I've personally taken dozens of specimens of dozens of species of wildlife in the past 25 years of hunting across several states. Granted, I've never experienced an unknown creature, never have I witnessed a bear in any situation where it could be misidentified as a naturally bipedal, shaggy haired, 8 foot tall, hominin. For me to lay the assertion out the people much more trained and experienced than I am, in somewhere I've never been, at a high rate are misidentifying bear as an ape man is way too much. Not everyone thinks in darker ways either. 

Those who when it comes to this subject or other taboo topics are dismissive out of hand, insulting, condescending, who mock and sneer, etc., are usually misinformed/ignorant pseudo-skeptics. Even if they are right about the existence of Sasquatch, they are still engaging in horrendous journalism. They are many times nearly clueless about the extent and quality of the existing evidence, the minutia, the DNA studies, the peer-reviewed papers. If they are right, it is only because the happen to be. It isn't because they did their due-diligence and came to a conclusion. If they are wrong, we who simply say the evidence is compelling and worthy of study, will laugh in their face if they are ever proven so. I wonder how many of them choose to engage the subject in the manner that they do (not that they don't think it's real but the way they go about letting you know) because they are not very nice people. The type that must ridicule, humiliate or demean others to inflate their own egos. 

CNN Reporter Didn’t Expect This After Attacking Trump’s Texas Speech

CNN has a major problem on their hands.

They thought that being a mouthpiece for the left-wing establishment in their news coverage would be a good move.
But after one CNN reporter waged a disgusting attack on President Trump, he was quickly reminded that the American people still support the President.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, most Americans were happy to see President Trump ready to lend support.
But CNN reporter Jim Acosta was more interested in finding reasons to attack the President.
On the day of Trump’s speech in Texas, Acosta shared a video attacking the President for his speech.

In the tweet he stated:
“Serious question: Does POTUS always have to care about his crowd size?”
In response, Trump supporters took on Acosta for his ridiculous attack.

Serious question: Does POTUS always have to care about his crowd size? 
People are dead. Cities under water and this is your focus? Dude...get a big mirror and analyze!

Serious question: Does POTUS always have to care about his crowd size? 
Well..THIS coming from the same media focusing on Melania's shoes !

Serious question: Does POTUS always have to care about his crowd size? 
Why don't you give up and start reporting something worthwhile? Do you realize how ridiculous you're making yourself look?

Serious question: Does POTUS always have to care about his crowd size? 
you just keep driving that nail in CNN'so coffin

Serious question: Does POTUS always have to care about his crowd size? 
Serious question: Does Jim Acosta ever think anyone gives 2 💩 about his opinion.  = 

Serious question: Does POTUS always have to care about his crowd size? 
Serious question, do you really consider yourself a  ? You and @cnn are the laughing stock of US and will B the reason we keep WH

It is clear that most Americans are more worried about those who need rescue than they are of President Trump remarking on his crowd size at a speech.
But to the left-wing media, attacking President Trump is more important than anything else.
And Jim Acosta is no stranger to criticizing the President.
He has made a name for himself for rudely interrupting and shouting at the President during White House press conferences.
Trump has consistently fired back at Acosta, famously calling him and CNN “fake news” on multiple occasions.
Since the election of Donald Trump, many believe CNN has lost every bit of credibility it once had.
CNN has become synonymous with the term “fake news” in households across the country.
Do you think CNN is fake news?

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