The team reportedly admitted they had planned to distribute their work on social media, pretending it showed scenes of the injured and destruction in Aleppo, the embattled northern Syrian city which has just fallen back under government control after four years of fighting between the regime and Sunni rebels.
Variety says that Hollywood is doubling down and preparing for a new wave of activism. They are still mourning the loss of Hillary and Bernie but they are “soul-searching” and have a “renewed sense of commitment”. You will be glad to know they are organizing protests, forming action groups, creating websites, collecting money, working with far-left organizations like the ACLU, harnessing social media as a megaphone to rally all of us to progressive causes.
“The year is 2074. Climate change has ravaged the planet, causing widespread famine and bankrupting governments. In their place, multinational corporations have risen in power and now control 90% of the globe. These corporations fight a covert war for market share and dwindling natural resources. Those who work for them live protected behind the walls of the Green Zones. Those who don’t are left to fend for themselves in the slums of the Red Zones.”
Inexperienced. I expect to see and hear this this word more often in the coming weeks. They make it sound as if Trump is placing people in cabinet posts who are fresh out of high school, never mind their numerous qualifications.
Hot Air gets listed as a ‘leftist website’ – their transformation is complete.
President Barack Obama has been discussing a post-presidential career in digital media and is considering launching his own media company, according to multiple sources who spoke on background because they were not authorized to speak for the president.
The funeral for Fidel Castro on Sunday will mark the end of a week’s worth of liberal media coverage that sought to normalize the communist dictator by attempting to balance out his mass murdering and tyrannical ways with his “advances in health care and in education” for the Cuban people he oppressed.
Progressive media pundit Nomiki Konst is under fire for her comments accusing Ohio State University Officer Alan Horujko of having “rushed to judgment” by shooting terror suspect Abdul Razak Ali Artan, who carried out an attack at the school this past Monday.
“I have spent the last five days meditating on Trump’s election,” wrote Schrader. “Upon consideration, I believe this is a call to violence. I felt the call to violence in the 60’s and I feel it now again. This attack on liberty and tolerance will not be solved by appeasement.”
“We should finance those who support violence resistance. We should be willing to take arms,” Schrader continued. “Like Old John Brown, I am willing to battle with my children. Alt right nut jobs swagger violence. It’s time to actualize that violence, Like by [sic] Civil War Michigan predecessors I choose to stand with the black, the brown and the oppressed.”
The final three weeks should have been an anxious but happy time for a Hillary Clinton team on the cusp of making history.
Her odds of victory, according to most prediction experts, sit north of 80 percent, and she has solidified modest but durable leads over Donald Trump in most battleground states.
But Clinton’s final sprint has become a joyless, nail-gnawing slog through Trump Tower’s moat of mudslinging — and the day-to-day worries of WikiLeaks’ dump of internal emails from campaign chairman John Podesta’s hacked account is taking a toll.
If you want weapons-grade lies, denial, and victimhood, here it is. “Stolen emails”, “hacked”, “illegal”, “Russian psy-ops” and “Trump’s self-immolation” all make appearances, but there’s nary a word about the unsavory and unlawful activities that the emails and Trump’s accusations reveal. The last sentences of the article is the most telling: “But I’m really starting to understand where she’s coming from. I’m starting to hate some of the people doing these things to her.”
CNN began by playing a clip of a Donald Trump rally yesterday where the crowd began chanting, “CNN sucks” repeatedly. The CNN panel didn’t like that one bit and blamed Trump for not telling the crowd to quit it. Hosts Chris Cuomo and Alisyn Camerota, along with guests Brian Stelter and Bill Carter suggested that Trump was endangering reporters’ lives, painting a nightmare scenario of Trump supporters violently attacking reporters. “I’m telling you, something is going to happen. Something is going to happen,” Cuomo solemnly warned.