Clay Jones for December 08, 2021

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    Fflashbang  5 months ago

    Shut down Fox news as it nothing but an inciter for insurrection and anarchy. Jail the Murdochs.

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    Concretionist  5 months ago

    I love that pretty much EVERY idea that the orange error likes is bad. I used to didn’t like it so much, but now he’s out of the White House, it’s a lot better.

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    cdward  5 months ago

    This is always the way. Democrats punish their own who are guilty of misdeeds. Republicans make excuses for their guys and reward them.

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    mourdac Premium Member 5 months ago

    Only the Alt-Reich media would allow one of its “reporters” to compare Dr. Fauci to Joseph Mengele, the ‘Angel of Death’ in Nazi concentration camps. Reputable news organizations hold their reporters to standards.

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    Gen.Flashman  5 months ago

    I would bet out of 350 million Americans, maybe 2 million had a clue as who Chris Cuomo was before this started.

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    Zebrastripes  5 months ago

    I don’t know about anyone else, but since 2015, rump has been our faces and in the daily news for one reason or the other! Why can’t the media let it go and shun him? Or will their ratings go down for not enough sensationalism?

    DISGUSTING POS

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    shamest Premium Member 5 months ago

    On point. However the Cuomos got what was coming to them. Andrew is proof CNN has a bit better ethics then FOX . Still we have too many show people on the news channels in general. I want to be informed not entertained by the news

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    Alberta Oil Premium Member 5 months ago

    One would never assume/expect Fox News to have values and reprimand anchors no matter how popular.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 5 months ago

    In seven days, Trump showed Americans exactly what kind of human being he is

    Imagine testing positive for COVID-19, then deliberately not telling anyone for a week that you tested positive, while continuing to go about your normal routine, knowingly putting others at risk.

    Then imagine being so cowardly and venal that rather than admitting to that test, you instead decided to blame the grieving families of dead U.S. soldiers for exposing you, because you were too afraid of the political consequences that would follow if you had told the truth to begin with.

    From the day he tested positive until his hospitalization, Trump came in contact with more than 500 people, either those in proximity to him or at crowded events, not including rallygoers, according to a Washington Post analysis of the president’s interactions during that period.

    Trump received his first positive test result for COVID-19 on September 26. For the next seven days, according to the Post’s analysis, “Trump and [Chief of Staff Mark] Meadows hid Trump’s positive test not just from the public, but also from his inner circle and from his top public health officials.” Compounding the fact that his positive test was hidden from his staff, Trump took no steps whatsoever to advise, inform, warn or protect anyone else he crossed paths with, for a full week, whereupon he himself was hospitalized at Walter Reed.

    As the Post reports, Trump “not only concealed the result but also proceeded to put hundreds of people at risk by continuing his normal activities while refusing to wear a mask or practice social distancing. “ And when he finally, with great, public fanfare, hospitalized himself, what he did next was even more revealing about his complete absence of human decency.

    https://www.dailykos.com/stories/2021/12/7/2067777/-In-seven-days-Trump-gave-us-all-a-lesson-into-the-behavior-of-cornered-rats?utm_campaign=recent

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Mark Meadows accidentally reveals what Jan. 6 evidence is ‘freaking out’ Trump allies

    “The thing they’re the most scared about are the phone records. Who called whom? That’s going to reveal the tick-tock of who Donald Trump’s calling, who they’re calling, who’s furiously calling them to try to get, you know, Donald Trump to actually call out the National Guard and save the lives of people inside the Capitol. But for him, for Meadows, he goes, ‘Oh, well, when they did what’ by the way, everybody does it in every lawsuit. This is what everybody does.”

    “You get the phone records, you get office records you get everything,” he added. “You get the files in discovery. But, of course, they’re freaking out because that helps put the tick-tock together.”

    https://www.rawstory.com/trump-jan-6-phone-calls/

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Mark Meadows names officials who most likely leaked embarrassing story of Trump hiding in a bunker

    Mark Meadows’s new book walks through the fury that he and others in the White House faced after it was leaked to the press that then-President Donald Trump was rushed to the bunker when a protester jumped over the temporary fencing around the White House complex.

    Elsewhere in the book, Meadows talks about Trump’s fear of showing weakness around his COVID-19 illness and his colonoscopy. When getting the common procedure, Trump refused to sign over power, instead opting to undergo the colonoscopy without any anesthesia.

    “President Trump would not willingly admit weakness, especially with the whole world watching. He knew better than anyone that giving up control of the White House during this difficult time would be the ultimate sign of weakness,” Meadows also wrote.

    So, when it was revealed that Trump was rushed to the bunker and that he was “rattled,” it made him look like he was scared facing off against his foes or weak in the face of Black Lives Matter protests. New York Times headlines characterized it as Trump shrinking. The Guardian said that he fled to the bunker. The Los Angeles Times described Trump as being rushed underground. Forbes painted a picture of Trump in hiding.

    The former president was so furious that the story was leaked he demanded the person be prosecuted. Michael Bender’s book, Frankly, We Did Win, quotes Trump screaming, “Whoever did that, they should be charged with treason! They should be executed!”

    https://www.rawstory.com/mark-meadows-trump-bunker-blame/

    Republicons love insane lying coward Trump the bully.

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Mitch McConnell ignored angry threats by Trump by deciding to pursue a debt-ceiling deal with Democrats

    https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/politics/mitch-mcconnell-ignored-angry-threats-by-trump-by-deciding-to-pursue-a-debt-ceiling-deal-with-democrats/ar-AARBRH9?ocid=msedgntp

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    Godfreydaniel  5 months ago

    Remember that some of the trashbloids owned by career sleazebag Rupert Murdoch were shut down because of the numerous crimes committed by some of their reporters and editors. It’s true that Murdoch himself was never even indicted, let alone convicted, but the fish rots from the head down. And Murdoch has one of the most rotten heads in the world.

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    chmsam  5 months ago

    The Turd Reich trolls are spewing about networks that have removed reporters and yet support an entertainment network as squeaky clean but that defines itself in legal arguments as something “no reasonable person” would believe and which today claimed booth that the Christmas tree fire was an attack on Chanukah and that “NATO seems to exist to torment Putin”

    Now, shall we detail the many, many lies that Hannity, Carlson, & Co. have been caught in, like the lies about COVID and vaccines (while they were all already vaccinated), the sexual harassment cases, inenquality in pay, etc etc

    Has Faux ever admitted to some of their wrong doings unless they were court ordered to first?

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 5 months ago

    Jan. 6 organizer blasts Trump advisers for ‘drinking donor-funded champagne in a war room’ during riot

    https://www.rawstory.com/ali-alexander-capitol-riot/

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    @Rad-ish  Premium Member 5 months ago

    ‘So petty’: Donald and Melania Trump fired chief usher before leaving White House to spite Bidens

    https://www.rawstory.com/white-house-chief-usher/

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