The NYT is helping Trump

The NYT published a story (that even the Donald Trump-hating Washington Post wouldn’t touch) which ostensibly brought a new (30-year-old) sexual assault accusation against SCOTUS justice Brett Kavanaugh — BUT that somehow conveniently left out the fact that the alleged victim — does not recall the incident. There are no exceptions in journalism ethics that allow this, it’s slander, libel, and evidence of malice, all-in-one.

At first, if you a conservative, and support Kavanaugh, this is an outrageous offense, a misuse of the NYT platform — and cause for further alarm that our journalistic standards have reached an even deeper low.

But upon reflection, I’m not so sure.

I think the NYT is helping Trump.

I’m not sure about whether they are doing this on purpose, but they are definitely helping him politically.

The Kavanaugh hearings were a disgrace and they brought the lies of the modern Democratic Party into clear focus for millions of Americans who are not partisan one way or the other. But emotions and memories of outrages like this fade quickly. The president probably — only has a one percent overall bump lingering from the Kavanaugh debacle — unless of course — the Dems and the NYT raise the entire issue again, closer to the 2020 election, with an even flimsier claim, which of course, they are NOW doing.

This error is so blatant, so stupid, so obvious and so pointless (it’s hard to impeach a SCOTUS justice) I wonder if it isn’t intended to actually help the president. There are some crazy leftists in New York that still believe the NYT of course, but I don’t think Trump is counting on any electoral votes from that state. And outside of New York, where the NYT still had some influence and credibility, this further tarnishes that reputation and influence.

I’ve had a theory for years, that the NYT was a mouthpiece for the CIA, a tool, a newspaper they controlled through the selective release of information, to influence public opinion in the United States. And where they used that power to hurt Trump, I felt vindicated in that view.

But, what all this Kavanaugh mess shows me, is that the deep state actors who control the military-industrial complex, multi-national corporations and the intelligence establishment, has, at least — some — team members that are Trump fans.

A NYT editorial —  supporting Trump — would be attacked, but a story like this, which appears to be an attack on the president, but that effectively activates his base and simultaneously makes Democratic Party leaders look like fools, is a much more subtle, but effective form of support. I’ll know soon if I’m right. Here is the litmus test, if former President Barack Obama comes out this week with a statement supporting Kavanaugh, which sitting SCOTUS Ruth Bader Ginsburg already has done — then you’ll know, the NYT editors did this on purpose, got caught, and now realize they got duped into helping Trump, and need to backtrack. If he piles on and calls for a Kavanaugh impeachment, then you know this was not purposeful — and the editors at the NYT are dumber than a box of rocks and are providing ammunition to their enemies.

And of course, Trump, genius that he is, has figured this all out — here is a  tidbit from the White House West Wing reads — just out this morning.

“A Columbia Journalism Review poll released this year found that half of all Americans have ‘hardly any confidence at all’ in the media, which beat out even Congress as the institution for which the public has the lowest confidence,” Marc Thiessen writes in The Washington Post.

“It’s not hard to see why. Last week, CNN reported that the CIA was forced to pull a highly placed source inside the Kremlin because of concerns that President Trump might burn him — when it turns out the decision to extract the source was made before Trump took office because of leaks from senior Obama administration officials.”

Then over the weekend, The New York Times published a story claiming a “previously unreported” sexual assault allegation against Justice Brett Kavanaugh. “One small problem: In the book, Pogrebin and Kelly write that the female student in question ‘refused to discuss the incident’ and that ‘several of her friends said she does not recall it.’” The Times left that part out of its initial story, later adding a “clarification.”

One more thing the Times decided not to mention: The man accusing Kavanaugh in its story “was a member of Bill Clinton’s legal team at the same time that Kavanaugh was working for independent counsel Kenneth Starr” during the Lewinsky investigation.”

And finally, there is this. The 2 NYT “reporters” that wrote this story, claim they included the part about the alleged victim not remembering the incident in the story — and they blamed the editors at the NYT for removing the information!

This is highly unusual. Particularly if you need to keep your job. They also said, “Everyone we talked to couldn’t speak more highly of him (Kavanaugh), on both sides of the aisle.” Which of course, begs the question from a bullhorn — why did they write the story in the first place? I think it was to help Trump and I think they have accomplished that.

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9-11, nearly 20 years later…

2zuz9HEWhen I was 41, after the conclusion of a 20-year career in the newspaper business, I was watching TV one morning in Montgomery County Maryland and a kind of horror movie played out before me. The first strike was a tragedy but I was still thinking clearly. Then I saw, and heard, and felt the second strike. I stopped thinking clearly. Knowing that a civilian target in New York was under attack made my fear brain come alive, with huge resources and lightening quick insights — and also many questions opened up — opened right up in my fear brain, literally within a nano-second.

THIS WAS DONE ON PURPOSE.

Who did this?

Are there other targets?

Do they include a secondary civilian city, like Washington D.C.?

Are they just using airplanes or is there a different kind of second wave?

I was also overcome with emotion. Compassion for the people in the building and on the ground around it. Rage, rage at the responsible power behind this attack, and rage that somebody on our side, had not prevented this.

Now, Twenty years later, I scoff at how little my old pre-9-11 self knew about the world we live in — and the real balance of power dominance battle being waged in the world, between the Muslim (Sharia Law) World, the U.S., the other Asian Pacific Rim countries, China, the EU, and Russia.

9-11 was a symptom of a collapsing post-WWII world order that has continued fragmenting to this day. Western Democracy is about balancing power within governmental institutions, a concept incompatible with Sharia Law and/or Christian (Papal Law) Legal systems. 

Religious Law and Civil Law simply cannot be combined.

Doing this, with any religion and any civilian population will always retard the growth of society — both economically (The Dark Ages), and culturally. But we can’t impose this logic on these countries that have not adopted this logic yet, they are going to have to experience religious strife (Islam) and political strife (The Chinese Communist Party) before these internal reformations are possible, and the exact nature, wording, law changes, and structure of these reformations will have to come from within their native populations, and not from anywhere else. Which is one important reason we need to control our borders, a thing Trump and the American people– both understand.

In essence, these reformations will be driven by the experiences of the people living with Sharia law and/or the CCP, and any outside force applied will just prolong the hold Sharia proponents and the CCP have on power. 9-11 was not about religion, it was about power.

The people of Hong Kong, millions of them, are willing to fight an enemy with 1000 times their strength right now because they want self-determination, as do the women protestors in Iran, the non-hajib wearing women in Iran, willing to risk imprisonment, rather than continue living with the suppression of woman, that Sharia Law, the religion of Islam, and both Shia and Shitte Muslim sects religious doctrine specifically allows.

Trump can make a deal with the Taliban, but it will just start this whole process –which did not begin on 9-11, all over one more time. Because the Sharia law legal systems will continue to oppress women and keep female children out of school and the rest of the world will continue to protest this. A legal system that defines women as less important than men, as Sharia Law does, must either completely eliminate all other legal systems and/or change.

The Muslim Brotherhood was not kidding with its title. Ilan Omar is an anomaly, she would be stoned in almost every Sharia law country for her behavior as an American Congressperson. This reformation process in the places she would be killed and/or stoned for adultery — will take a long time, but this splitting of religious and civil legal power is the only way to solve this problem at the root, meanwhile, the US must remain vigilant and continue to learn, both from our adversaries and from our experiences. 

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Washington Post lies, again and again

The Washington Post, a newspaper I used to admire (I was in Journalism for years) has committed a few sins against its readers.

  1. They pushed, revealed, and constructed the Russia-gate narrative, the false story that President Donald Trump was under the influence of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Their reporters were in on this conspiracy, and the conspiracy was not committed by Trump and his small group of campaign officials, it was committed by people in power, people running and had high-level access and clearances necessary to do all this — at the FBI, the White House and the NSA. Launching Russia-gate took access and power within the NSA computer systems and the CIA computer systems.
  2. Virtually all of this activity has been reliably reported in the alternative media by Glen Greenwald, Aaron Mate, Sara Carter, and Sundance, but there is even a drunken, pot-smoking night club comedian named Jimmy Dore, that has done more honest YouTube video reporting on the Russia-gate story than the entire WaPo and NYT newsrooms.
  3. The Washington Post hasn’t just ignored the real story — they have written literally hundreds of articles explaining, making up, echoing and creating from obviously false material — the false narrative. And they retracted only bits and pieces, refusing to admit the most obvious sentence in the Mueller report, that none of Trump’s staff, or Trump himself,  had any connection with anybody in the Russian government leadership, whatsoever. And everybody in America knows this, except the deeply partisan core Dems still living in a mass hysteria bubble and the reporters and editors at the Washington Post and New York Times. Their self-described editorial mission is a disgrace, on its face. At the bare minimum, a newspaper of record should print both sides of all important public debate, and when they fail to do this, they have another obligation to admit this and clear the record. This had not happened and I doubt it will unless a mass firing occurs at these publications.
  4. Susan Rice, Samantha Power, these people actually carried out all this criminal activity, and they coordinated it, along with the counter-espionage division of the FBI, Hillary Clinton, the State Department bigwigs, the DOJ bigwigs, Attorney General Lorette Lynch, Sally Yates, Clapper and Brennan, which means, of course, President Barack Obama knew about the wiretapping of Donald Trump’s campaign, knew the FISA warrant was cooked up by Hillary and knew the Russia-gate idea was bogus. This is important. Think how reckless it is to cook up a fight between the world’s 2 nuclear superpowers — just to do in a rival who was getting traction politically — purely because you were so unlikable.
  5. The Washington Post writers and Editors knew Hillary rigged a primary against Bernie Sanders, their people on the ground witnessed it and their sources high up at the DNC knew about her contract, knew about the money laundering scheme (the state to federal party cash transfers were illegal) and covered all this up or wrote about it in a way that excused the behavior in the same article they disclosed it in and then never touched it again.
  6. In other words, when Senator Bernie Sanders attacked the Washington Post again this week, claiming they have a bias against his campaign and are displaying it daily — he was correct.
  7. It’s very sad, when a pathetic idiot like Sanders, who has accomplished nothing in his long embarrassing political career, and who no idea what he is talking about on any other topic — can call onto the carpet, an entire news organization I used to admire — and be completely right for the first time in his communist life..
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Carriers for Japan — sort of…

Faithful Five followers of my blog know I have advocated — for years — selling two full-size carriers (lease deal) to the Japanese and the Australians. Balance of power move. Anyway, some enterprising Japanese have figured out a cheap way to do what I was proposing. My hats off to them!!

This is from a column by Tyler Durden in the ZeroHedge blog:

“With the trade war with China turning hotter by the minute, any US troop deployment will be closely scrutinized. And when said deployment takes place close to China, alarm bells are bound to go off. Which is why a Friday report by USNI News that Tokyo officials have requested US Marines deploy F-35B fighters aboard Japan’s largest warships, is especially concerning as it puts in “kinetic” proximity Chinese, Japanese and now US troops.

According to the report, the Marines are now studying the feasibility of deploying short take-off vertical landing (STOVL) fighters from JS Izumo (DDH-183) and JS Kaga (DDH-184), Japan’s 24,000-ton big deck amphibious.

The warships were originally designed to field a fleet of anti-submarine warfare helicopters and respond to humanitarian aid and disaster relief. However, in December Prime Minister Shinzo Abe approved a move to convert the two ships to field the STOVL F-35s in parallel with Japan’s purchase of 42 F-35Bs, reported The Diplomat.”

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Why Trump will win again from the BBC

Most people would say the economy.

A lot would not admit they support his immigration stance, but they do.

Some would say the Independents will break for him, again.

And all of these things are true.

But there is something people don’t discuss a lot amongst themselves, but that made a huge difference last time and will again.

In the third debate, when Trump declared he was opposed to abortion, ripping a live human from a woman in the third trimester — when the fetus has matured into a viable baby outside of the womb — murder in other words — I could feel the political ground move beneath my feet. 

This article I am linking too explains this better than I can — why this is politically so —  a BBC reporter came here to Maryland to interview a man so evil he is frightening to see — and got the scare of a lifetime, one she didn’t see coming. No other modern politician has seen this either, but the truth is clear, the vast majority of people, do not approve of killing babies and the vast majority also consider viable babies in the womb, just weeks from birth, as babies. 

https://www.lifesitenews.com/blogs/bbc-reporter-stunned-as-top-us-abortionist-admits-he-kills-babies?utm_content=buffer525ad&utm_medium=LSN%2Bbuffer&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=LSN

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What’s more dangerous than skydiving?

What’s more dangerous than skydiving?

Than race car driving?

What has a higher suicide rate than dentists?

Being friends with– and/or work associates with —

former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

Jeffery Epstein committed “Suicide” today, in jail, while on suicide watch.

The thing I can’t figure out, is how they do it, I know they have compliant, corrupt coroner’s as one of their secrets, but there must be more, was the counter-espionage unit of the FBI doing more than just covering their illegality, is someone there literally working for them?

James McDougal – Clintons convicted Whitewater partner died of an apparent heart attack, while in solitary confinement. He was a key witness in Ken Starr’s investigation. Mary Mahoney – A former White House intern was murdered July 1997 at a Starbucks Coffee Shop in Georgetown…this happened just after she was to go public with her story of sexual harassment in the White House. Vince Foster – Former White House counselor, and colleague of Hillary Clinton at Little Rock’s Rose Law firm. Died of a gunshot wound to the head, ruled a suicide. Ron Brown – Secretary of Commerce and former DNC Chairman. Reported to have died by impact in a plane crash. A pathologist close to the investigation reported that there was a hole in the top of Brown’s skull resembling a gunshot wound. At the time of his death Brown was being investigated, and spoke publicly of his willingness to cut a deal with prosecutors. The rest of the people on the plane also died. A few days later the Air Traffic controller committed suicide. C. Victor Raiser, II – Raiser, a major player in the Clinton fund raising organization died in a private plane crash in July 1992. Paul Tulley – Democratic National Committee Political Director found dead in a hotel room in Little Rock , September 1992. Described by Clinton as a “dear friend and trusted advisor”. Ed Willey – Clinton fundraiser, found dead November 1993 deep in the woods in VA of a gunshot wound to the head. Ruled a suicide. Ed Willey died on the same day his wife Kathleen Willey claimed Bill Clinton groped her in the oval office in the White House. Ed Willey was involved in several Clinton fund raising events. Jerry Parks – Head of Clinton’s gubernatorial security team in Little Rock…Gunned down in his car at a deserted intersection outside Little Rock Park’s son said his father was building a dossier on Clinton and allegedly threatened to reveal this information. After he died the files were mysteriously removed from his house.

Kathy Ferguson – Ex-wife of Arkansas Trooper Danny Ferguson, was found dead in May 1994, in her living room with a gunshot to her head. It was ruled a suicide even though there were several packed suitcases, as if she were going somewhere. Danny Ferguson was a co-defendant along with Bill Clinton in the Paula Jones lawsuit Kathy Ferguson was a possible corroborating witness for Paula Jones. Bill Shelton – Arkansas State Trooper and fiancee of Kathy Ferguson. Critical of the suicide ruling of his fiancee, he was found dead in June, 1994 of a gunshot wound also ruled a suicide at the grave site of his fiancee. Suzanne Coleman – Reportedly had an affair with Clinton when he was Arkansas Attorney General. Died of a gunshot wound to the back of the head, ruled a suicide. Was pregnant at the time of her death. Danny Casolaro – Investigative reporter, investigating Mena Airport and Arkansas Development Finance Authority. He slit his wrists, apparently, in the middle of his investigation. Paul Wilcher – Attorney investigating corruption at Mena Airport with Casolaro and the 1980 “October Surprise” was found dead on a toilet June 22, 1993, in his Washington DC apartment had delivered a report to Janet Reno 3 weeks before his death. Jon Parnell Walker – Whitewater investigator for Resolution Trust Corp. Jumped to his death from his Arlington ,Virginia apartment balcony August 15, 1993. He was investigating the Morgan Guaranty scandal. Barbara Wise – Commerce Department staffer. Worked closely with Ron Brown and John Huang. Cause of death: Unknown. Died November 29, 1996. Her bruised, naked body was found locked in her office at the Department of Commerce. Hershell Friday – Attorney and Clinton fundraiser died March 1, 1994, when his plane exploded. Seth Rich, the DC staffer murdered and “robbed” (of nothing) on July 10. Wikileaks found Assange claims he had info on the DNC email scandal.

Not Included in this list are the 4 men killed in Benghazi and many others associated with the Clinton investigations in Arkansas, Washington D.C. and of course the email investigations, the DNC investigation that never happened and the real Russia-gate investigation just beginning.

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Google is Evil

Google is Evil.

They are attempting to mess with this country’s electoral system by manipulating their algorithm, and this is infringing on my first amendment rights, among others.

Read this: 

Monsanto, the agrochemical company that’s attained notoriety for its agricultural pesticides and genetically modified organisms, reportedly worked overtime to discredit investigative journalists criticizing the company — and even paid the search giant Google to suppress the findings.

Carey Gillam, a journalist with Reuters, was reporting on the health effects of Monsanto’s products a few years back. As part of a massive damage-control campaign, the company worked to discredit her work as much as possible, according to an investigation by The Guardian. Perhaps most troubling: the company reportedly paid Google to promote search results that questioned Gillam’s findings — a disturbing look into how readily the flow of online information can be manipulated.

WARNING: This post has been removed because it offends our new tech Gods, the wonderful, truthful, compassionate and patient people at Google.

 

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Insulting Voters is not a good idea…

The brain trust running the Democratic Party right now is having a public meltdown.

Here is what the narrative writer (probably David Brock) working with the DNC, DCCC, and Democratic Party leaders has decided (I’m not making this up) will be the new talking-points and/or guidelines for the “How-to” beat Trump in 2020.

The suggested tactic — is for loyal Democrats to verbally and/or in writing, assault and/or shame a Republican, Libertarian, and/or Independent IF they are unwilling to disavow President Trump as a racist. Mayor Butthead has been openly doing this for weeks now.

Hillary Clinton attempted to shame, coerce, and lie her way past multiple warning signals that she was unpopular and these horribly unpopular people still running the party have not learned a thing. Voters do not like this type of insult.

Here is what the Democratic Party is saying to you: “You are too stupid, to decide for yourself, if Donald Trump is a racist, you need to admit to me, that he is, and then we can go on.”  Every single person is an island, each with our own secrets, with our own judgments, with our own sins. God is eternally forgiving, for this reason, mankind needs eternal forgiveness. The real question is, does he act in a racist manner, in a manner detrimental to minorities and I can say, having watched his policies very clearly, that he is the best president for minorities in 50 years, if you do not include the symbolic value and meaning of the Obama presidency.

Kanye West has this exactly right, Trump isn’t about racism, he’s really about opportunity-ism. And Opportunity-ism is what the whole country, including the black part — really, really, needs.

Baltimore needs opportunity-ism. So do Detroit, Chicago, and many other major city centers. Opportunity-ism is not a handout. It’s a job, low-interest rates, an economy fueled by a manufacturing renaissance, deregulation, and lower taxes.

Trump understands that the American people have become wary of Capitalism because it looks rigged. People don’t mind new tech billionaires, they mind that these super capitalists have consolidated corporate America like it hasn’t been consolidated since the gilded age.

Trump reminds me of Teddy Roosevelt, the last guy to deal with an oligarchy like we have today, Teddy was bold; brash, brilliant, a truly perfect personality for the presidency. Just like Trump.

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Elizabeth Warren still the front runner

Elizabeth Warren does a nearly perfect imitation of how nasty Hillary Clinton was, even on stage.

Warren leaves out the “Super Predator” and “Deplorables” lines, but otherwise, you wouldn’t know the snarky, sarcastic difference.

Elizabeth Warren is also trying to do what Hillary could not — become the first female president.

Right now, I have her as the Democratic Party nomination favorite. She’s insane enough, nasty enough and dishonest enough to win the Democratic party nomination but she may not have given the private donor class — which includes pharmaceutical companies — enough love over the years, we’ll see how much she raises.

Meanwhile, after driving left for a thousand miles, suddenly some competition has cropped up for the craziest Democratic presidential contenders — from the abandoned right side of the party. Four (count’em!) totally rational, boring, normal-sounding candidates have emerged within the Democratic Field. I call them the “Sane Squad”

Get a pen. Write down these names. Tim Ryan, John Delaney, Steve Bullock, and Michael Bennet. I know, these guys are not stars. I know they are all white men. I know, they got booed and/or the silent treatment at the debate last night and at other Democratic events, but if the party wasn’t in the middle of a mass hysteria temper tantrum and hissy fit, they would realize these guys are what the campaign needs, not more crazy rhetoric.

Free health care for illegal immigrants? This “Sane Squad” group thinks that idea is impractical, too expensive and would attract more illegal immigration. I know that statement is enough to qualify me as a racist in the hysterical minds of Democratic Party partisans at the moment, but these 4 contenders said this with a straight face last night and it just sounded reasonable to me, although you could’ve heard a pin drop there.

“Real solutions, not impossible promises,” John Delany said, right before Warren ridiculed him for it and got lustily applauded by the progressive audience CNN stacked the deck with.

Tim Ryan tried to warn his party that destroying private health insurance in this country would be even more unpopular than Obamacare, but his pleas sounded pathetic in the circus tent atmosphere CNN had set up — and even though he is the most credible candidate of the entire bunch — because he challenged Pelosi for Speaker and got 63 votes — I don’t think he’ll win the primary.

And my reasoning? Because he is sane, smart, moderate and practical. Those terms just don’t describe the Democratic party electorate at the moment. They describe the electorate in his home state of Ohio, where Trump won handily, but Ohio is not the seat of Dem country. The Democratic party is centered on the two coasts, in left-leaning districts that wouldn’t agree with anything he said last night.

It’s too bad, the “Sane Squad” made me nostalgic for the days when candidates talked about issues, not each other or pie in the sky stuff everybody knows does not have a chance of becoming law and/or policy.

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The Democratic Party failed Baltimore, not the whites…

This is what Trump is talking about — and it’ been true since Trump himself was a child. If the Black electorate wants true power, they have to switch sides, to the concept of splitting your vote, only swing voters get real action from any political system.

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This coming election in 2016 will be the worst for the Democratic Party in modern times.

I expect the final count to look like this, the Dems will lose the White House, and control of both houses of Congress will remain in Republican hands — and even some more major State houses and governorships will continue to leave the Democratic column and go Republican.

This astounding failure by a party that has dominated American politics since the end of WWII is the result of several large concurrent factors the Democratic Party leaders don’t even see.

The first and most serious problem the party has is economics. The party’s solutions to inner city poverty, crime and poor education have all failed miserably and no amount of lying in the media by leftist minded columnists could possibly change that. The suburbs of American cities like Baltimore aren’t fooled by the president’s ridiculous…

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