Category Archives: Media bias

We Knew They Wouldn’t Go Quietly

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The progressives have been in control of the presidency for the past eight years. It would have been stupid of us to believe that they would go quietly after Hillary Clinton lost the election to Donald Trump.

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The Final “Universe-Shattering” Information About Obama’s Forged Birth Certificate

Above is a clip from Sheriff Arpaio’s last news conference on the long-form, allegedly original birth certificate that Barack H. Obama had put onto the White House website in 2011. He did this in response to a challenge by now-President-elect Donald J. Trump. It was alleged in a press conference presented  by Obama’s administration that this was an authentic birth certificate, direct from the Hawaiian Dept. of Health, and that Savannah Guthrie even “felt” the raised seal on the “birth certificate.” All despite that the “birth certificate” was nothing more than a printout from a digital image that Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse has concluded was manufactured as a digital image. In other words, the “authentic” document doesn’t exist in three-dimensional space, at least not as portrayed on the White House website.

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Attacking the Messenger; Ignoring the Message

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The mainstream media, the Democrat Party, the erstwhile losing Clinton campaign, and progressives everywhere are still hyperventilating about the Russians allegedly interfering in the 2016 election. There’s no proof, of course, and this is not an opinion shared by all of our intelligence agencies. The FBI, for instance, does not agree on Russia’s alleged motive, even if Russia were behind the hacks of the DNC and John Podesta’s email. As might be expected after all this brouhaha, the CIA apparently now denies the entire scenario.

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President-elect Trump on Russian Influence on the 2016 Election

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How to Steal an Election, 2016 Style

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How to steal an election in 15 easy steps:

1. Concede the election, but only to catch the winning opponent off guard so that he and his millions of supporters think that it’s in the bag, and so they don’t prepare for recounts, lawsuits, or ballot challenges.

2. Plan a bunch of cutesy photo ops–little, heart-warming vignettes–designed to ensure that you’re photographed with disappointed-but-still-adoring young female fans. Such a shame that you didn’t win. Ensure that the media reports that you’re upbeat and that you’ve (allegedly) bounced back from your disappointment. No hard feelings here. She’s a trooper.

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A Post-Turkey, Post-Pie, Post-Truth Post

losercrybaby-copyOk. So now that all the Thanksgiving leftovers have been consumed and most of us are probably hitting the gym again, it’s time to talk about Hillary Clinton. I’d like to never talk about her again, but like Michael Myers, she just keeps coming back, and back, and back.

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Cautious Optimism

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That’s what the feeling is for today. Cautious optimism. Such an improvement over the fear of the past 8 years, with its concomitant need for hyper vigilance.

As the media try their best to shake confidence in President-elect Donald J. Trump and to undermine his future administration, we need to hold on and wait to see how things shake out, once he actually takes office.

Let not your heart be troubled.

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