Only the loons at CNN could manage to conjure up this fairy tale.
With a straight face, CNN’s Wolf Blitzer bemoans that the supposed vulgarity uttered by President Trump (hint: it rhymes with “zit bowl“) very well may be used by some very nasty people to attack the United States.
CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer argued on Thursday that Trump’s “shithole” comments could pose a national security threat.
Somehow missing out that the overwhelming majority of those who want to kill Americans don’t need a reason, just an excuse, Blitzer continued with;
Blitzer claimed that he had spoken to national security officials who were worried that “haters” and “potential terrorists” would use the comments to conspire against the United States.
“There’s a national security component to all of this as well,” Blitzer said. “National security officials have told me they’re concerned that these words, so widely publicized around the world, will be used by haters and potential terrorists out there to conspire against the United States.”
Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer recently visited Marines and sailors deployed to the Afghanistan theater of war, ostensibly see for himself not only the status of the troops he’s responsible for, but also to wish those same troops a merry Christmas, as noted by The Military Times Twitter feed.
Equipped with a sidearm, Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer visited Marines and sailors at Camp Shorab, Afghanistan, to wish them a happy holiday season. (Sgt. Lucas Hopkins/Marine Corps) pic.twitter.com/X3TChTv0yz
Yet for whatever patently bizarre reason, CNN’s Pentagon correspondent doesn’t seem to understand why Secretary Spencer would be carrying a sidearm in Afghanistan, despite of the fact that Spencer himself is a former Marine Corps officer.
Of course, the blowback at Starr’s monumentally stupid question was often hilarious. But the one who best deserves the Occam’s Razor award would be the individual known to the Twitter universe as Memento Māori;
1. He’s a former Marine.
2. He’s in a war zone.
3. Because he fucking wants to.
Leave it to CNN. Only the folks over at the Clinton News Network could actually say with a straight face that the truth is a bad thing.
As reported by The Daily Caller’s Amber Athey, the Fox News morning show “Fox & Friends” cited a recent Rasmussen Reports poll citing that President Trump’s approval rating is within the margin of error (+/- 2.5%) as compared to the same point of the initial Obama term.
As the president responded to the news;
While the Fake News loves to talk about my so-called low approval rating, @foxandfriends just showed that my rating on Dec. 28, 2017, was approximately the same as President Obama on Dec. 28, 2009, which was 47%…and this despite massive negative Trump coverage & Russia hoax!
In what many on the right categorize and criticize as CNN confusing vetting with vendetta, both Eric Bradner and Sunlen Serfaty of CNN have reported on Nov. 8, 2015, that GOP presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson has renewed “attacks on media scrutiny.” In a very public verbal donnybrook between the retired neurosurgeon and the Cable News Network that flared up late last week, the news network has been digging deep into Carson’s past. Continue reading “HRC’s problems with the WTC, the WSJ, and the USMC that the media’s ignoring”→
Long considered by many on the right side of the aisle as essentially nothing more than the Ministry of Propaganda for the Democratic Party, the same conservatives may have to re-think their take on some of the personalities in establishment media. As the reporters of The Washington Free Beacon (WFB) have penned in a number of different articles, a slew of talking heads at the MSNBC, CNN and NBC News networks are saying things about Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton that very possibly could be mistaken for Republican Party talking points.
To his critics it may seem as the longest three years in media history, but it looks as if Piers Morgan’s prime time gig at CNN has finally ended, as reported by both The New York Times and Great Britain’s internet news portal ITV.com on Feb. 23, 2014.
Citing low ratings and his numerous anti-gun rants as mitigating factors, the Cable News Network has opted to cancel the prime time show “Piers Morgan Tonight” possibly as soon as this March.
“Duck Dynasty’s” Phil Robertson has made no secret that his almost fifty years of wedded bliss to his beloved Miss Kay began when she was a lass of 16, yet that seems to come as a surprise to CNN as they reported on Jan. 2, 2014.
Citing a 2009 Youtube.com video, the leader of the Family Robertson was recorded advising young men to marry their would-be brides at an early age.
“Look, you wait ’til they get to be 20 years old, the only picking that’s going to take place is your pocket,” Robertson stated. “You got to marry these girls when they are about 15 or 16.”
Just as the furor from the politically left side of the aisle has just started to simmer down regarding the controversial opinions voiced by the paterfamilias of “Duck Dynasty’s” Robertson crew, the same business owned by the family has just launched a new line of firearms, as reported by CNN Money on Jan. 2, 2014.
Reportedly to be released sometime this winter, the hunting equipment company Duck Commander has signed on with the Mossberg & Sons firearms company to market a line of nine different shotguns, two .22 caliber rifles and one .22 pistol.
In what the Obama Administration might describe as a glitch, both MSNBC and CNN haven’t just slipped in the ratings against their common competitor Fox News, both news networks are being crushed, as reported in two different articles, both published by Breitbart.com on Nov. 29, 2013.
With the November ratings out, MSNBC has found that they’ve lost 45 percent of their audience as compared to this same month last year.