Speaking Wednesday night at a rally in Fort Myers, Fla., President Trump condemned the “far-left media” for “once again using tragedy to sow anger and division” shortly after his visit to Pittsburgh in the wake of Saturday’s deadly mass shooting at a synagogue there.
Ioffe, discussing the Pittsburgh synagogue mass shooting earlier in the day on a CNN panel with Jake Tapper, said: ‘I think this president, one of the things that he really launched his presidential run on is talking about Islamic radicalization. This president has radicalized so many more people than ISIS ever did.’
NBC News obtained information as early as Sept. 30 suggesting attorney Michael Avenatti had engaged in a conspiracy to defame Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Yet, for more than three weeks, the network said nothing, even as Kavanaugh’s critics cited Avenatti’s client, Julie Swetnick, as proof of the judge’s supposed unworthiness to serve on the Supreme Court.
There is no word that means “mind-bogglingly unaware of one’s own failings,” but acostesque might do the trick. To be a B talent on CNN means to be somewhere between X and Z anywhere else, so you’d think Jim Acosta would have the sense to keep a low profile. But no. The man’s entire journalistic method seems to be to call attention to himself for no apparent reason, almost as if he wanted people to see him making an utter fool of himself.
It’s all the fault of Donald Trump and his heated rhetoric, at least that is what the talking heads on TV want you to think.
The political Left has been known to orchestrate frame-up attacks designed to make it appear that right-leaning opponents are responsible for violent acts and plots.
“Here’s Thursday’s #bombthreat cartoon in @TorontoStar#magabomber,” said cartoonist Theo Moudakis on Twitter.
On the theory that you can judge a president by his critics, Donald Trump must be hitting the bull’s-eye with his warnings about the migrants vowing to smash through our border. We know this because the usual suspects — the New York Times and CNN, among others — are accusing Trump of making much ado about next to nothing.
The left got an early Christmas present last week when a video went viral showing a white woman confronting a Spanish-speaking family at a Virginia restaurant.
After Egypt, Libya and Syria, will we stop falling for the same lies?
CNN lies. Anyone with a modicum of sense can see that. Doing their best to push the liberal agenda has made them the laughing stock of news to a large majority of these people. For me it started with the war in Iraq. Within two hours of the start of the campaign, talking heads on CNN were talking of being in a quagmire, and how it would never work. The only setback for the American fighting troops was when the Messiah of CNN, Barak Hussein Obama pulled all the troops out and led to the start of ISIS. Of course, none of the whiny sycophants of CNN and the other Mainstream media would tell you that.
In the same measure that a civilized society must not tolerate racial discrimination, nor can it tolerate the false and wilful imputation of repulsive attitudes to someone who does not hold them.
The portrayal of mayoral candidate Faith Goldy as a white supremacist, and use of that unfounded characterization to blackball her from candidates’ debates, and ban her advertisements from CTV is outrageous. I happened to encounter Mayor John Tory this week, and while he considers the Goldy campaign distasteful, fair-minded man as he is, he did not disagree with my contemptuous views of the attempts to silence it.
In high school, Jamal Khashoggi had a good friend. His name was Osama bin Laden.
On Monday night, President Donald Trump’s 2020 re-election campaign announced that it had raised in excess of $18 million over the past three months, a haul that means the incumbent has already raised $106 million for a race that is more than two years away.
Journalists spent last week rewriting history as it happened and denying the thuggery of left-wing protests. It was like watching a reality TV version of “1984.”