Friday, June 22, 2018

The Washington Post's 'Ominous' Trump/Cohen News is a Dud

I decided to look at the Washington Compost (who has printed many fake news stories about President Trump) this morning only to find out that president Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen received advanced copies of the National Enquirer. The paper denies the allegations, but the close relationship with Trump is already known. So they looked for Russian collusion and what they allegedly found was tabloid collusion. Good job guys! Glad the taxpayers spent tens of millions of dollars on this. Make no mistake, everything from the Russia probe to this story is just them running cover for the Wikileaks revelations. You want to talk about media collusion start there. Doing a story on how CNN gave Hillary the debate questions beforehand is great, but there is a lot you all have ignored! And yes Washington Post, Trump banged porn stars. We don't care and neither do you! The booming economy certain doesn't give a flying you know what!

These reporters and networks have been named in the WikiLeaks to have colluded with the DNC or Hillary campaign during the 2016 election cycle:
ABC – Cecilia Vega
ABC - David Muir
ABC – Diane Sawyer
ABC – George Stephanoplous
ABC – Jon Karl
ABC – Liz Kreutz
AP – Julie Pace
AP – Ken Thomas
AP – Lisa Lerer
AURN – April Ryan
Bloomberg – Jennifer Epstein
Bloomberg – John Heillman
Bloomberg/MSNBC – Jonathan Alter
Bloomberg – Mark Halperin
Buzzfeed – Ben Smith
Buzzfeed – Ruby Cramer
CBS – Gayle King
CBS – John Dickerson
CBS – Norah O'Donnell
CBS – Steve Chagaris
CBS – Vicki Gordon
CNBC – John Harwood
CNN – Brianna Keilar
CNN – Dan Merica
CNN – David Chailan
CNN – Erin Burnett
CNN – Gloria Borger
CNN – Jake Tapper
CNN – Jeff Zeleny
CNN - Jeff Zucker
CNN – John Berman
CNN – Kate Bouldan
CNN – Maria Cardona
CNN – Mark Preston
CNN – Sam Feist
Daily Beast – Jackie Kucinich
GPG – Mike Feldman
HuffPo – Amanda Terkel
HuffPo – Arianna Huffington
HuffPo – Sam Stein
HuffPo – Whitney Snyder
LAT – Evan Handler
LAT – Mike Memoli
McClatchy – Anita Kumar
MORE – Betsy Fisher Martin
MSNBC – Alex Seitz-Wald
MSNBC – Alex Wagner
MSNBC – Andrea Mitchell
MSNBC - Beth Fouhy
MSNBC – Ed Schultz
MSNBC – Joe Scarborough
MSNBC – Mika Brzezinski
MSNBC – Phil Griffin
MSNBC – Rachel Maddow
MSNBC – Rachel Racusen
MSNBC – Thomas Roberts
National Journal – Emily Schultheis
NBC – Chuck Todd
NBC – Mark Murray
NBC – Savannah Gutherie
New Yorker – David Remnick
New Yorker – Ryan Liza
NPR – Mike Oreskes
NPR – Tamara Keith
NY Post – Geofe Earl
NYT – Amy Chozik
NYT – Carolyn Ryan
NYT – Gail Collins
NYT – John Harwoodje
NYT – Jonathan Martin
NYT – Maggie Haberman
NYT – Pat Healey
PBS – Charlie Rose
People – Sandra Sobieraj Westfall
Politico – Annie Karni
Politico – Gabe Debenedetti
Politico – Glenn Thrush
Politico – Kenneth Vogel
Politico – Mike Allen
Reuters – Amanda Becker
Tina Brown – Tina Brown
The Hill – Amie Parnes
Univision – Maria-Elena Salinas
Vice – Alyssa Mastramonoco
Vox – Jon Allen
WaPo – Anne Gearan
WaPo – Greg Sargent
WSJ – Laura Meckler
WSJ – Peter Nicholas
WSJ – Colleen McCain Nelson
Yahoo – Matt Bai

(Thanks to wtfbbc from Reddit)

Now, as to the National Enquirer, if Trump did collude with them, well at least they're real news!


The evidence indicates they were right about Cruz!


 Allegedly done with help from the group Fusion GPS…

Hillary Clinton and a firm with ties to the Democratic party setup President Donald Trump and his family in an attempt to destroy the billionaire businessman and politician according to the National Enquirer. 

The tabloid magazine, which has made no secret of its pro-Trump agenda, came to this conclusion after what they describe as an ‘exhaustive investigation’ into the matter.
These attempts by ‘evil’ Hillary to bring down her rival included luring Donald Jr. into meeting with shadowy Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskyaya claims the tabloid.
And the firm in the middle of all this is Fusion GPS according to the tabloid, the same group that allegedly compiled Christopher Steele’s scandalous dossier of claims about President Trump that was published in January...
To put it in spy terms it was like a honey trap, Only they weren't selling sex to Donald Jr. They were selling fictitious dirt of Hillary,' said former CIA officer Larry C. Johnson.
'And once they bit on the meeting, they had him right where they wanted him!' 


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

Does The National Enquirer have a track record of breaking legitimate news stories?

3 Answers

It's not amazing and they miss the mark much more often than they hit it... but they have broken open a few major stories.

A few examples:

(2011) The National Enquirer reports on Tiger Woods many affairs and mistresses.

(2011) The Enquirer published a story claiming that Steve Jobs had only six weeks to live because of cancer... he died 7 months later of cancer

(2007) The National Enquirer revealed John Edward's affair with Rielle Hunter, a former campaign worker.
(2003) They break the story of Rush Limbaugh's addiction to painkillers and opiates.
(2001) They revealed the existence of Jesse Jackson's illegitimate child.
So, as a result, I am usually skeptical of their "stories" but they have been known to get it right as well. This makes some of their more popular claims more difficult to dismiss out of hand.

Yes. Ten minutes ago I discussed this with my fiancée, who has directed national media relations for several high profile organizations. Her words:

Everybody underestimates the Enquirer. But the Enquirer is the one everybody [media relations professionals with secrets to bury] really fears.

And she pointed out their record of breaking several huge stories involving politicians' infidelities.

Don't sleep on the Enquirer. Their bread and butter may be goofy stuff, but that doesn't mean they don't have any real reporters.

Fred Landis

If you were to write an authentic history showing the evolution of the US mass media, the National Enquirer is more important than The New York Times, because the legitimate media moved closer to tabloid than the other way around.
What CNN considers "Breaking News" today is the sort of thing only covered by the National Inquirer in the past.

In the past you would never have known that a real news story was uncovered by the National Inquirer because CBS would never admit it.

The National Inquirer paid , sometimes real money, for scoops-especially about celebrities. During the lengthy OJ Simpson trial they were able to afford informants better than the police or legitimate media. There was so much money to be made in the OJ case that all the media moved tabloid.

The National Inquirer and Reader's Digest operated below the radar screen of intellectuals, people in academia paid no attention. There is no library in the US that ever collected the Readers Digest or National Inquirer. Research is made more difficult because all the records  went up in a fire.

In the current political battle in the US understanding how tabloid stories work has high value. This is a kind of software invented by National Inquirer.

Katherine McChesney Cassandra2 • 2 days ago
One would think that the National Enquirer is fake but they always have evidence to support their claims. NATIONAL ENQUIRER ROCKS.
McKean • 2 days ago
Actually, Nat'lEnquirer probably has to have credible facts to back up their sensationlized stories in order to withstand any lawsuits that may come their way. Definitely more credible than CNN

Katherine McChesney ralph kimball • 2 days ago

bobshits1 • 3 days ago
National Enquirer is far more credible than CNN, MSNBC, NYT, and so on!!
Excerpt from NATIONAL ENQUIRER article:

To put it in spy terms it was like a honey trap, Only they weren't selling sex to Donald Jr. They were selling fictitious dirt of Hillary,' said former CIA officer Larry C. Johnson.

'And once they bit on the meeting, they had him right where they wanted him!'

Owen Benjamin Calls out his haters (Rogan, Crowder, Shapiro, Molyneux, Candice Owens, Alex Jones)

I've had enough of the hate and the jealousy. No one is safe. I call out: Jordan Peterson, Joe Rogan, Sam Harris, Gavin McInnes, Bert Kreisher, Dave Smith, Tucker Carlson, PragerU, Joey Diaz, Alex Trabeck, Klavan, Knowles, Milo, Dave Smith, and God. No one is SAFE! Not even the Jews! If it wasn't for my dad's weiner and my mom's "ok," there would be no Owen Benjamin. Piano brought me to stand up comedy. I've had two Comedy Central specials. I'm tall but suck at basketball, I'm smart but can't spell, I'm nice but kind of a dick. I've been in some movies: House Bunny, Staten Island Summer w/ SNL cast, Bucky Larson w/ Nick Swardson, Jack and Jill w/ Adam Sandler. Also some TV shows: Sullivan and Son - produced by Vince Vaughn, Leno, Fallon, and Bar Rescue. You may have seen/heard me in podcasts: Joe Rogan, Adam Corolla, Steven Crowder, and the Impractical Jokers podcast. for tour dates

Owen Benjamin Calls out his haters (Rogan, Crowder, Shapiro, Molyneux, Candice Owens, Alex Jones)

Americans Have Spoken! New Poll Shows OVERWHELMING Support for Trump’s ‘Zero Tolerance’ Policy

BY  JUNE 21, 2018

Once again, the Democrats are on the wrong side of an issue.

This has been a running theme with the failed political party, which is sinking into an abyss of failure, after supporting bloodthirsty gang MS-13 and defending Islamic terror group Hamas.
Now, Democrats are ready to start a civil war over criminal illegals who are sneaking into our country with children, as pawns, to try and gain access if caught.
A new poll shows Americans overwhelmingly support President Trump’s decision to end “catch and release,” which is the program that prevented ICE officials from holding “families” when captured.
They’d be let go and told to “show up” for a hearing, later. As you can imagine, most would not show up, and would disappear into neighborhoods across the United States.
This is what the vast majority of Americans support and want.
From Breitbart
Democrats are converting their emotional protests against “family separation” into unpopular calls for the catch-and-release of many Central American migrants into ordinary Americans’ jobsites and schools.
The pre-election, pro-migration push is a huge risk, according to a poll by The Economist and YouGov which shows 3:1 public opposition to the Democrats’s catch-and-release policy. That opposition to catch-and-release was reinforced by President Donald Trump’s June 20 Executive Order to keep families together in detention until their appeal is decided by a judge.
Many Democrats are pushing their demand that migrants caught at the border be quickly released into Americans’ workplaces and schools. Family detention “does not solve the problem,” New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand told reporters. “Indefinite detainment of families is also inhumane – these children should be in school,” she told
Sen. Dick Durbin, the second-ranking Democrat in the Senate, declared that Trump’s “Executive Order criminalizes asylum-seekers and seeks to indefinitely detain their children. Locking up whole families is no solution at all.”
“The idea that the way to end family separation is to indefinitely jail kids with their parents in family gulags at the border is as morally reprehensible as separating kids from their parents,” claimed Frank Sharry, a pro-migration activist who runs the America’s Voice group. “Gulags” refer to the Soviet Union’s vast number of Nazi-style prison camps created by Josef Stalin to house — and kill — tens of millions of people.
Democrats are labelling Trump’s opposition to catch-and-release as “indefinite family detention.”
“To the extent that families can stay together that’s a good thing, but indefinite family detention is not a solution to the problem,” said New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez, who was part of the Democrats’ disastrous “Gang of Eight” amnesty campaign.
The Economist/YouGov poll of 1,500 adults was taken in mid-June. It shows that only 19 percent of Americans prefer the Democrats’s call to “release the [migrant] families and have them report back for an immigration hearing at a later date.”
The low score included only 17 percent of swing-voters and 7 percent of Republicans, 16 percent of blacks and 20 percent of Hispanics.
In contrast, 39 percent of swing-voters preferred the option of “Hold families together in family detention centers until an immigration hearing at a later date.” Another 18 percent favored separating the families and placing the children in shelters run by a government agency or in “juvenile detention centers.”
The poll shows a 17 percent vs. 58 percent split among independents against the Democratic Party’s easy-migration view, with another 25 percent hiding their views.
That poll likely understates public opposition to the Democrats’ “catch and release” policy. The question gently described the migrants as “families  …. without proper documentation,” and 17 percent of respondents declined to answer the question. Many people hideviews they believe to be unpopular under “don’t know” or “not sure” answers.
But progressives are determined to preserve the catch-and-release policies that they helped created under President Barack Obama, and which allowed 400,000 migrants to get work-permits and a huge number of under-educated children fit into overcrowded American schools in working-class districts.
Democratic mega-donor Tom Steyer, for example is funding a TV ad which portrays children at the border’s migrant-processing facilities as the prisoners of Trump’s “child interment camps.”
The Washington Times reported that Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley offered an alternative phrase: “It sounds like they’re planning a handcuffs-for-all strategy, where children will be locked up along with their parents.”
California’s Sen. Kamala Harris stayed with the cage theme, saying “We’re going to go from babies in cages to babies with their mommies in cages.”
The American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit in February opposing family separation or and the detention of migrants until their hearings. Politico reported:
“What we don’t want to see happen is we’ll keep the child and parent together but we’re going to detain them for a long time,” [ACLU lawyer Lee] Gelernt said, adding that that would violate the Flores settlement. “We don’t want to see a situation where they’re building more and more detention facilities.”
The 1997 Flores settlement has put an Obama-appointed judge in a critical position of power over the administration catch-and-release policy. Trump’s Executive Order tells Attorney Gen. Jeff Sessions to seek the judge’s approval for long-term detention of families in DHS facilities — but she is likely to reject her political allies’ views by rejecting Trump’s appeal.
Democrats in the Senate will back up that rejection, forcing Trump to either restart Obama-style catch-and-release or restart of his policy of detaining adults and sheltering children until their lawsuits are completed. That detention-and-shelter policy is denounced by Democrats as “family separation” — and it could become a big issue in the 2014 election.
Another question in the YouGov poll showed Americans are willing to take a harder line when placed under pressure.
The poll asked “Do you approve or disapprove of the new federal policy to arrest and send to jail anyone who crosses the border into the United States without proper documentation?” Overall, strong support for the “arrest and jail” policy beat strong opposition by 30 percent to 22 percent.
Among independents, that question got 17 percent strong opposition but 27 percent strong approval — plus a huge 24 percent of people saying “not sure.”
As Democrats push the issue, they are likely to force people off the fence and into Trump’s column.
That is what happened in the summer of 2014, when the the public quickly hardened their views as a flood of migrants came over the border to exploit the easy migration rules set by former President Barack Obama.
In late July of 2014, Obama’s ratings had crashed by 25 percent and his border policies were opposed by 58 percent of Democrats and 67 percent of independents. An AP/GFK poll in July showed 57 percent strong disapproval of his border policies. A Fox poll in July showed that 52 percent of independents said the “children” should be sent home “as soon as possible.” A July 31 Washington Post article said “Immigration has emerged as perhaps President Obama’s worst issue — definitely for today, and maybe of his entire presidency.”
In the November election of that year, Democrats lost nine Senate seats, and Trump moved ahead with plans to run for President.
Amnesty advocates rely on business-funded “Nation of Immigrants” push-polls to show apparent voter support for immigration and immigrants.

But “choice” polls reveal most voters’ often-ignored preference that CEOs should hire Americans at decent wages before hiring migrants. Those Americans include many blue-collar Blacks, Latinos, and people who hide their opinions from pollsters. Similarly, the 2018 polls show that GOP voters are far more concerned about migration — more properly, the economics of migration — than they are concerned about illegal migration and MS-13, taxes, or the return of Rep. Nancy Pelosi.

Thursday, June 21, 2018

CNN's Tapper Confronts Fmr. DHS Head On Reports Obama Admin. Released Child Migrants To Traffickers

CNN's Tapper Confronts Fmr. DHS Head On Reports Obama Admin. Released Child Migrants To Traffickers

This guy is such a joke. He visited our offices one day and gave us some kind of lame speech meant to boost our morale, I guess. It was so awkward.

I can compare it to Janet Napolitano. After Hurricane Sandy, I went to help out FEMA in NY. They put us up on this old navy ship in Staten Island that really sucked, but we didn’t really care because of all of the tragedies that happened. Well, Napolitano did the same thing. We all gathered in the mess hall and she gave us some speech that was supposed to inspire us. It was just so awkwardly funny. Then she got back on her copter and went back to her million dollar home.

Obama had this habit of hiring such amateurs. I’m so grateful that Trump appointed adults.

Obama’s DHS Secretary: “We Cannot Have A System Of Catch And Release”

Obama’s DHS Secretary: “We Cannot Have A System Of Catch And Release”

Laura Ingraham: A Borderless World

Laura Ingraham: A Borderless World

Ep. 747 The Media is Desperate to Hide This Story. The Dan Bongino Show.

The Dan Bongino Show

June 21, 2018: Ep. 747 The Media is Desperate to Hide This Story

In this episode I address President Trump’s immigration Executive Order and how he tactically played both the media, and the Democrats, with its wording. I also address the explosive revelations revealed in the congressional hearing on the Clinton email investigation and the Russia probe.
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