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Well, this could be interesting! Project Veritas to unleash hours of behind-the-scene video of a major TV network. :w00t:

 

One by one Trump's opponents were trounced about as soon as they began personally attacking him.

 

Hmm... looks like the media isn't as smart as they think they are because they're the main group of jackasses that are personally attacking him now. :lol:

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Mediate

 

April Ryan Defends Accusing President Trump of Racist Language He Never Actually Used http://bit.ly/2loyKx6

 

Why would that matter ?............lol

 

 

 

April Ryan is an American journalist serving as White House correspondent and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks.

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Somewhat related..............As you’ve probably heard by now, the Washington Post revealed a new motto today across all of its platforms: “Democracy Dies in Darkness.”

 

 

 

 

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As you may well imagine, they are being (deservedly) mocked all across the land.

 

some other suggestions

 

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The Washington Post: Where Our Motto Is Like a Bad Line from "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith"

 

 

 

Edited by B-Man

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Somewhat related..............As youve probably heard by now, the Washington Post revealed a new motto today across all of its platforms: Democracy Dies in Darkness.

 

 

 

 

C5PG98QVcAAKUTx.jpg

 

 

As you may well imagine, they are being (deservedly) mocked all across the land.

 

some other suggestions

 

C5R6qVjWAAADhll.jpg

 

 

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C5SJOCYVcAAFci3.jpg

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C5STq5OUYAAbgqn.jpg

 

 

 

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The Washington Post: Where Our Motto Is Like a Bad Line from "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith"

 

 

 

 

Do they really have to spell out a bad line from Star Wars III?

 

That almost suggests there were lines that weren't bad.

 

 

NOOOOOOOOO!!!!

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Somewhat related..............As you’ve probably heard by now, the Washington Post revealed a new motto today across all of its platforms: “Democracy Dies in Darkness.”

 

 

 

 

C5PG98QVcAAKUTx.jpg

 

 

As you may well imagine, they are being (deservedly) mocked all across the land.

 

some other suggestions

 

C5R6qVjWAAADhll.jpg

 

 

.

 

 

C5SJOCYVcAAFci3.jpg

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C5STq5OUYAAbgqn.jpg

 

 

 

.

 

 

 

 

The Washington Post: Where Our Motto Is Like a Bad Line from "Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith"

 

 

 

 

bull ****. This can't be true.

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As you may well imagine, they are being (deservedly) mocked all across the land.

 

some other suggestions

 

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Twitter was made to mock stuff like this:

 

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bull ****. This can't be true.

 

 

Afraid so sir.....................when we say that the Left is losing any sense of reality, we mean it.

 

 

 

Mediaite · 4 hours ago
The Hill · 5 hours ago
Two more mocks...................... :lol:
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Afraid so sir.....................when we say that the Left is losing any sense of reality, we mean it.

 

 

 

Mediaite · 4 hours ago
The Hill · 5 hours ago
Two more mocks...................... :lol:
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Oh, holy Christ... :wallbash:

 

Personally, I would parody it by hitting up the pop psychology aspect of it: "Try to realize the truth. There is no spoon."

 

Edit: this is good too. https://twitter.com/igorbobic/status/834416286654414849?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

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I hear it came down to..........

 

"Democracy Dies in Darkness"

 

 

or

 

 

"Hold me, Anakin, like you did by the lake on Naboo!"

 

 

 

(stolen from John Podhoretz)

Edited by B-Man

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I hear it came down to..........

 

"Democracy Dies in Darkness"

 

 

or

 

 

"Hold me, Anakin, like you did by the lake on Naboo!"

 

Only because "I shall not fear, fear is the mind killer" is copyrighted.

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The Washington Post

Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn

 

 

Ea! Ea! :thumbsup:

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This presidency is too much to stay retired. I'm sure you guys are pissed I'm back, but I can't resist. This is some made for tv entertainment right here.

 

You want to talk about the media's portrayal of Trump, but what about how Donald and his administration have portrayed themselves?

 

1. He hastily rushed out a sloppily done EO on a Muslim ban. He calls it a Muslim ban and at the same time says it isn't.

 

2. They referred to a terrorist attack in Atlanta on at least three different occasions.

 

3. KellyAnn Conway said there was a massacre in Bowling Green.

 

4. He insinuated there was a terrorist attack in Sweden. Whether he did that on purpose or not is irrelevant.

 

5. He had numerous opportunities to condemn antisemitism. He finally did, but he should've done it a while ago. Especially when asked about it by that Jewish journalist.

 

6. He spoke about himself at the CIA headquarters.

 

7. He falsely claimed he had the biggest inauguration turnout.

 

8. He falsely claimed he had the biggest victory in election history since Reagan.

 

9. He refuses to condemn Russia for interfering in the election.

 

10. He mishandled Flynn's situation, by taking too long to fire him.

 

11. He said he doesn't watch the fake news and at the same time he said he watches them all the time.

 

All this in one month. If he's being portrayed negatively by the media it's deservedly so.

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This presidency is too much to stay retired. I'm sure you guys are pissed I'm back, but I can't resist. This is some made for tv entertainment right here.

 

You want to talk about the media's portrayal of Trump, but what about how Donald and his administration have portrayed themselves?

 

1. He hastily rushed out a sloppily done EO on a Muslim ban. He calls it a Muslim ban and at the same time says it isn't.

 

2. They referred to a terrorist attack in Atlanta on at least three different occasions.

 

3. KellyAnn Conway said there was a massacre in Bowling Green.

 

4. He insinuated there was a terrorist attack in Sweden. Whether he did that on purpose or not is irrelevant.

 

5. He had numerous opportunities to condemn antisemitism. He finally did, but he should've done it a while ago. Especially when asked about it by that Jewish journalist.

 

6. He spoke about himself at the CIA headquarters.

 

7. He falsely claimed he had the biggest inauguration turnout.

 

8. He falsely claimed he had the biggest victory in election history since Reagan.

 

9. He refuses to condemn Russia for interfering in the election.

 

10. He mishandled Flynn's situation, by taking too long to fire him.

 

11. He said he doesn't watch the fake news and at the same time he said he watches them all the time.

 

All this in one month. If he's being portrayed negatively by the media it's deservedly so.

 

Most of this is really petty unimportant stuff. The big federal gov issues in no particular order are debt and fiscal responsibility, jobs and the economy, national security, illegal immigration and health care reform. The rest is just noise and the media is doing a great job of making noise about all kinds of meaningless stuff. Trump isn't going to win on style but he is off to a good start on winning the big important issues.

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Most of this is really petty unimportant stuff. The big federal gov issues in no particular order are debt and fiscal responsibility, jobs and the economy, national security, illegal immigration and health care reform. The rest is just noise and the media is doing a great job of making noise about all kinds of meaningless stuff. Trump isn't going to win on style but he is off to a good start on winning the big important issues.

I agree. It's refreshing to see a guy follow through with his promises. He can save himself the trouble by choosing his words more carefully, though.

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7. He falsely claimed he had the biggest inauguration turnout.

 

The media claimed large crowds of protestors showed up, but very few people went to the inauguration. You can't have both.

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7. He falsely claimed he had the biggest inauguration turnout.

 

The media claimed large crowds of protestors showed up, but very few people went to the inauguration. You can't have both.

Sure you can. Both sides lie.

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I agree. It's refreshing to see a guy follow through with his promises. He can save himself the trouble by choosing his words more carefully, though.

My guess is he's been told this 100's of times by his closest advisors and his kids (most of whom present themselves better than their Dad) but I don't think Trump can help himself. He's a thin-skinned extrovert.

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WHY THE PRESS IS FALLING APART:

 

 

So when does the other shoe drop? Who’s going to break the story proving beyond a shadow of a doubt that the president of the United States is so deeply connected to Russian President Vladimir Putin that the White House has become a Muscovite colony in all but name?

Time to use some common sense—it’s not going to happen, there is no story. The narrative that Donald Trump is effectively Putin’s prison wife is an information operation orchestrated by Democratic hands, many of whom served in the Obama administration, sectors of the intelligence community, and much of the American press. The purpose of the campaign is to delegitimize Trump’s presidency by continuing to hit on themes drawn from the narrative that Russia “hacked” the election and stole it away from Clinton.

The narrative is contorted because it’s not journalism. It’s a story that could only make sense in a profoundly corrupted public sphere, one in which, for instance, Graydon Carter is celebrated for speaking truth to power with an editor’s letter critical of Trump in a magazine that has no other ontological ground in the universe except to celebrate power.

Oh, sure, there are regular hints that there’s still more to come on Trump and his staff’s ties to Russia—the big one is about to hit. But the steady sound of drip-drip-drip is the telltale sign of a political campaign, where items are leaked bit by bit to paralyze the target. Journalists, on the other hand, have to get their story out there as quickly, and as fully, as possible because they’re always worried the competition is going to beat them to it.

No, if Trump really was in bed with the Russians, the story would already be out there, and I’m pretty sure it would have had a Wayne Barrett byline.

 

 

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