The response to yesterday's dressing down of the legacy media by President-elect Trump? Impotent, toddler-fists-of-fury, rage-tantrums. (No courtesy link for the ponces at the New Yorker.)
The over-all impression of the meeting from the attendees I
spoke with was that Trump showed no signs of having been sobered or
changed by his elevation to the country's highest office. Rather, said
one, "He is the same kind of blustering, bluffing blowhard as he was
during the campaign."
Another participant at the meeting said that Trump's behavior was
"totally inappropriate" and "fucking outrageous." The television people
thought that they were being summoned to ask questions; Trump has not
held a press conference since late July. Instead, they were subjected to
a stream of insults and complaint--and not everyone absorbed it with
"I have to tell you, I am emotionally fucking pissed," another
participant the coverage was all about [Trump's] flaws and problems. And
that's legit. said. "How can this not influence coverage? I am being
totally honest with you. Toward the end of the campaign, it got to a
point where I thought that. But, I thought, O.K., let's give them the
benefit of the doubt. After the meeting today, though--and I am being
human with you here--I think, Fuck him! I know I am being emotional
about it. And I know I will get over it in a couple of days after
Thanksgiving. But I really am offended. This was unprecedented.
He's not even in office yet and every day brings a new delight. It's
like Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas, Easter and Independence Day all
rolled up into a delicious tortilla made of freedom and laughter and
smothered in hot, spicy schadenfreude.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump releases his 100 day plan... on YouTube. (ABOVE)
No press conference. No press release. Message to media: I don't need you.
The legacy media is still in denial about this election and even more
so their newly diminished role in shaping opinion and influencing
decision-making. They expect Trump to mend fences and kiss up to them in
hopes of securing some semblance of fair coverage. And why wouldn't
they? It's what Republicans have always done, despite the media's
intensely dishonest partisanship.
No longer. The Trump presidency spells the end of days when legacy
media could maliciously trash conservatives and Republicans with
impunity. Trump is neither psychologically inclined to play nicely with
the media, nor does he have any strategic reason to do so. Bashing them
relentlessly while ignoring their petulant demands won him the White
House. Why would he do anything differently going forward?
The howling, teeth-gnashing horde of media partisans will attempt to
cast Trump's push-back against their fraudulent coverage as a danger to a
free and open democracy (republic). But they won't get away with it.
Because people have figured out that having no professional media, while
not optimal, is still better than living under one that consistently
bullies and smears one side while burying anything that might undermine
the ideology it favors.
After the Supreme Court ruling last year in Obergefell v. Hodges that
unconstitutionally legalized same-sex marriage, the LGBT movement went
right to work advancing the next phase of their radical agenda by
focusing on the “T” portion of LGBT–the so-called transgendered. And
just as they did with the marriage issue, LGBT groups are heavily
relying on the partnership between the Gay Mafia and government to accomplish their goals.
I call them “so-called” transgendered because numerous studies have documented that there is no scientific evidence
these individuals are genetically wired this way. Instead, their lives
are actually the result of the sexually confused choices they make. But
in a world where political-correctness becomes law; where science and
common sense are criminalized; this fact is secondary to the LGBT goals
of destroying Christianity in American society and redefining morality in order to normalize the abnormal.
Pundits are still fighting about the autopsy results of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
Some have argued that James Comey is responsible while ignoring the
reason why the FBI had to investigate Clinton in the first place. Others
blame the existence of the Electoral College. But if the popular vote
mattered, Donald Trump and Clinton would have never bothered to step
foot in Michigan or Wisconsin and would have campaigned in just six
racism is a last lazy hand-grenade lobbed from a defenseless position.
It ignores the 2008 and 2012 elections while vilifying 60 million
American voters. To understand why Hillary Clinton, lost look at Clinton
famously asked “Why am I not winning by 50 points?” it was clear she
didn’t ask from in front of a mirror. Dissect her campaign and look at
the results it produced.
Various news reports have recently suggested that Hon Hai Precision Industry,
the Taiwanese contract manufacturer of Apple products, is considering
shifting production from China to the U.S. The speculation is nothing
new. But this is the first time it has reared its head since Donald
Trump won the U.S. presidential election.
campaign-trail threats of slapping heavy tariffs on Chinese exports have
brought something new to the equation.
President-elect Donald Trump plans to meet with Milwaukee
County Sheriff David Clarke as he continues to vet possible candidates
for his administration.
Trump transition team officials confirmed that the president-elect
would meet with Clarke on Monday, after he returns to Trump Tower from
his Thanksgiving trip to Mar-a-largo in Florida.
Officials did not say whether Trump is offering Clarke a position
with his administration, but signaled interest in his opinions
“The president elect meets with individuals who he believes he wants
to hear their ideas, suggestions and opinions and then sometimes
considers them for multiple potential positions,” Trump transition
team’s Sean Spicer explained.
Clarke, an outspoken champion for Second Amendment gun rights and a
registered Democrat, has earned the respect from Trump supporters during
the campaign. He also spoke at the Republican National Convention in
Cleveland, supporting Trump for president.
Are any of you conservatives paying attention? This is the same guy I warned you about in 2012 along with liberal Mitt Romney
and many of you did not listen. Are you listening now? The reason I ask
is that not only did Ryan give away the farm to Obama in a ridiculous and illegal Omnibus bill, but now he’s saying he will not cut funds for Muslim immigration into the US from the Middle East.
Fox News show host Sean Hannity, someone who pushed for Romney/Ryan
in 2012, interviewed the House Speaker and asked Ryan about Senator Jeff
Sessions’ assessment of Muslim immigration into the US.
Sessions, who chairs the Senate Immigration Subcommittee, has not only pointed out that we have taken in 2 million immigrants from Muslim nations, but has also called on Congress and an op-ed to cut back on green cards issued.
A great uproar goes forth from the
enemies of the Trump Beast, with much gnashing of hair and pulling of
teeth. He will be a terrible President, they say, and they may well be
right. There are ominous signs, particularly as regards foreign policy,
and he seems radically incoherent and contradictory. Interestingly, his
critics have no slight idea why he won. The reason is obvious: He won
because everybody was campaigning for him, in particular the media,
Hillary, Black Lives Matter, Obama, Democrats, and far leftists. Everybody worked for Trump. He couldn’t lose
The election was a referendum on
Marie Antoinette’s court. It was the revolt of the unnoticed
downtrodden, the financially sinking, the working classes rising against
privileged snots–but it was engineered by the elites. The glittering
elect of course did not say “working class,” this being a loaded phrase
redolent of Marxism and of the Democratic Party of five decades back
before it became a royal court. They spoke instead of disgruntled white
men, racists, homophobes, sexists, and the Islamonauseated–phobic, I
Guinness World Records is speaking out about why it
refused to acknowledge a 1,000-man shooting event sponsored by Henry
Repeating Arms and the National Rifle Association that took place
earlier this month in Phoenix, Arizona.
Records does not monitor mass participation records that, each time the
record is broken, increase the danger posed to the general public or
environment,” said the famed record-keeping organization in a statement.
the activity proposed by the NRA is not one we feel can be safely
monitored on a global basis, we unfortunately are unable to recognize it
as a record,” it concluded.
Called the “1,000 Man Shoot,” the event was put together in an effort to raise money to protect and defend the Second Amendment.