They can’t possibly be serious … Yet here is this “flaming paper bag of dog doo” article sitting on the NYT website, waiting for some idiot to stomp on it and end up covered with the flaming bag’s contents.
NYTimes: In Comey’s Testimony, Some See Parallels to Sexual Harassment Victims
For some people who watched James B. Comey’s Senate testimony on Thursday, the questions that Mr. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, faced and the situations he described brought to mind a seemingly unrelated topic: sexual harassment.
Sparta Report’s hot take:: Did Donald Trump SEXUALLY ABUSE Comey?! | Sparta Report
Every time I think the New York Times has hit rock bottom, they reach for the dynamite and just keep blasting away.
I’m trying to work up some outrage, but I can’t seem to wipe the smile of unbridled amusement, out loud laughter and derisive mockery from my face.
This video seems even funnier now …
While the media, the democrats, and the never-Trump RINOs all play games in the senate hearings, President Trump keeps accelerating the draining of the Washington swamp.
Via TruthFeed: WINNING : Haven’t Seen this Much Regulation Slashing Since Reagan! – TruthFeed
If we want the economy to roar and job, job, jobs to come rolling back we need to GUT all the Obama-era regulations and free up small businesses to succeed.
They are the backbone of our economy and Obama all but destroyed them with his clueless approach to the U.S. economy.
He was, after all, a “community organizer” prior to being elected.
On the other hand, President Trump has a keen understanding of how the economy works and what needs to be done to make it SOAR, which is why he’s cutting regulations in a YUGE WAY.
We haven’t seen this much regulation slashing since Ronald Reagan was in office.
Thank you, President Trump!
Regulatory power is the only actual “power” that the Deep State truly possesses, and while the hordes of unionized government employee sharks are busy attempting to take a bite out of President Trumpzilla in dog and pony show Senate hearings, the peoples monster is happily destroying the very foundations of the bureaucracy’s power.
If anyone is qualified to assess the credibility of the “Climate Change” movement, it’s John Coleman who has been exposing the climate fraudsters to sunlight for a very long time.
John Coleman: How the Global Warming Scare Began
CNN International admits that this is simply business as usual:
Via mediaite: CNN Rebuts Claim They ‘Staged’ a Pro-Muslim Shot During London Aftermath | Mediaite
CNN’s Statement: “This story is nonsense. The group of demonstrators that was at the police cordon was being allowed through by officers so they could show their signs to the gathered media. The CNN crew along with other media present simply filmed them doing so.”
CNN’s statement unwittingly illustrates the criticism here exactly, that the CNN crew used the photo opportunity to set up a staged shot that allowed the reporter “editorialize” while claiming that it was straight news reporting.
CNN, BBC and AP actually see nothing wrong about the blatant violation of traditional news reporting ethics here.
So who are you going to believe, Brian Stelter … or your lying eyes?
Chicago Illinois came in second place in a list of cities with the cleanest air in the world. (WHO didn’t measure Chiraq’s “lead pollution” in the form of flying bullets of course, but what the hey? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ )
According to a report by the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. is among the cleanest nations on the planet.
Via Breitbart: WHO: United States Among Least Polluting Nations on the Planet
Despite recent attempts to paint the United States as a major global polluter, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), the U.S. is among the cleanest nations on the planet.
In the most recent WHO report on air pollution, the United States was listed as one of the countries with the cleanest air in the world, significantly cleaner in fact than the air in Germany, Italy, Switzerland, the UK, Japan, Austria and France.
While France and other G7 countries lamented the U.S. exit from the Paris climate accord, America’s air is already cleaner than that of any other country in the G7.
This is why we needed to exit out of the Paris Climate Accords. The remaining countries must first clean themselves up like we have. Then we can talk about partnering up to clean up third world polluters.
Until then … This is coming to an end:
Darned right Obama administration’s illegal spying “may” have been worse than Watergate. Much worse than Watergate. Watergate times ten.
Glenn Reynolds: Obama intel agencies may have spied on Trump campaign
In 1972, some employees of President Nixon’s re-election committee were caught when they broke into the Democratic National Committee headquarters to plant a bug. This led to Nixon’s resignation and probably would have led to his felony prosecution had he not been pardoned by his successor, Gerald Ford.
But if a single bugging of the political opposition is enough to bring down a presidency — and maybe lead to an unprecedented criminal prosecution of a former president — then what are we to make of the recently unveiled Obama administration program of massively spying on political opponents in violation of clearly established law?
Because that’s what was unveiled last week.
When the FBI wants to wiretap a domestic suspect, it goes to court for a warrant. But when listening in on foreigners, the National Security Agency hoovers up a vast amount of stuff in bulk: Conversations between foreigners, conversations between Americans and foreigners, conversations between Americans who mention foreigners, and sometimes just plain old conversations between Americans.
There are supposed to be strict safeguards on who can access the information, on how it can be used and on protecting American citizens’ privacy — because the NSA is forbidden by law from engaging in domestic spying. These safeguards were ignored wholesale under the Obama administration, and to many Republicans, it is no coincidence that intelligence leaks damaged Democrats’ political opponents in the 2016 election.