Anti-Trump news media blames itself for not being more partisan

Hey Mark Pocan, does your offer to hire Andrew McCabe still stand?

The Resistance is certain Trump Must Be Guilty of Something. But what? Conspiring with Vladimir? Hiring hookers? Firing Jim Comey? Developing real estate?

The Left’s We-Know-Who-Dunnit novel appears headed toward a surprise ending, a twist worthy of Agatha Christie, a shocker worse than Election Night November 8, 2016 was to the MSNBC crew. One by one, like Ms. Christie’s And Then There Were None, their pet theories disappear. Perhaps the butler did do it, after all.

Meet parents reduxFiring deputy FBI director Andrew McCabe, for instance, was evidence of “Trump’s all-out attack on the rule of law,” the Nation thundered, speaking for the liberal-progressive-socialist Hive. Mark Pocan infamously offered him a job on his congressional staff. Untruthfulness no object.

Soon after, the Justice Department’s inspector general inconveniently issued a scathing report that accused McCabe of, essentially, lying under oath. 

“The inspector general uncovered real wrongdoing,” National Review’s David French (one of the Essentials) writes. “Attorney General Jeff Sessions had ample reason to fire McCabe.” The Deep State rot goes deeper than one rogue agent.

The larger FBI and Obama’s Justice Department took the same shortcuts to undermine the electoral process that the rogue John Doe II secret investigation here in Wisconsin, it now appears. Mr. French again:

The more we learn about the 2016 campaign, the worse the Obama DOJ looks. The inspector general’s report and the James Comey book tour represent a reminder of its improper pressure and improper behavior — from the pressure to call the Clinton email investigation a mere “matter,” to the tarmac meeting, to the president’s own comments dismissing the scandal, and to the pressure placed on the FBI to refrain from taking “overt steps” in the Clinton Foundation investigation. An allegedly “scandal-free” administration seems to have placed its thumb on the scales of justice.

The deep state did indeed attack late in the 2016 presidential election, and it torpedoed … Hillary Clinton. 

Trump not a target

Now Rod Rosenstein says Trump is not a target of the Mueller investigation. Did you read that in the New York Times? No, but Bloomberg News and others carried it.

So now, the NY Times is reduced to lamenting that “America Abhors Impeachment.” And a mea culpa (mea culpa, mea maxima culpa) from a guilty white Times reporter who blames herself for not electing Hillary. Biased journalism, much? 

Putin Ties to RussiaIn her Sunday New York Times piece, Amy Chozick begs forgiveness that she got played by the Russian hackers and WikiLeaks for exposing Hillary’s habitual corner-cutting for the highest bidder, exemplified by her home brew, secret and illegal e-mail server. Her influence for sale through “donations” to the family foundation and high-priced talks to Wall Street bigs.

“The Russians had pulled off the perfect hack,” Ms. Chozick cries, sounding like the rube who got fleeced at the state fair. What makes it the perfect hack, of course, is that the information it revealed, however dirty the finger prints, was all true!

Ms. Chozick wears partisan sack cloth and ashes because, like virtually every right-thinking person, the Hive expected Hillary to win, despite the packed auditoriums for Trump and the empty seats for Hillary. (Chozik turns a neat phrase, calling the campaign “Hillary’s Death March to Victory.”)

Now … we are all living through the chaos of the Trump presidency and Robert Mueller continues to dig into the possibility of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. … I’ve started to see the “they” she spoke about on election night differently.

They were Facebook algorithms and data breaches. They were Fake News drummed up by Vladimir Putin’s digital army. They were shadowy hackers who stole her campaign chairman’s emails hoping to weaken our democracy with Mr. Podesta’s risotto recipe. And they were The Times and me and all the other journalists who covered those stolen emails.

Hillary was the lousier of the two

 

As if they turned up their noses at the leaked Access Hollywood private audio tape. Only reluctantly — but, inevitably, given the overwhelming evidence — does Times reporter Chozick blame the Democrat(ic) candidate.

These outside forces wouldn’t have mattered or weighed so heavily on me, on the country, had Hillary Clinton … not let the election get so close in the first place. The Russians, after all, didn’t hack into her calendar and delete the Wisconsin rallies.

That admission appears on the third to the last paragraph of a story running 40 paragraphs. As for James Comey, even Jon Wiener of the hard-Left Nation scores his performance.  

If Comey had written a book about how being “prideful and over-confident” led him to violate longstanding department policy and also political wisdom, with disastrous results, that would have been great. 

Blaska’s Bottom Line: the Mueller investigation will implicate the Obama/Hillary cabal, clear Donald Trump, and unleash Biblical levels of delicious, wholesome schadenfreude.

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86 Responses to Anti-Trump news media blames itself for not being more partisan

  1. Cornelius Gotchberg says:

    ”The Russians, after all, didn’t hack into her calendar and delete the Wisconsin rallies.”

    Perhaps not.

    However, could them there dastardly Russkies have hacked AAA Travel Services and sabotaged Hillarity’s epically inept campaign by deftly eliminating America’s Dairyland from the itinerary of her TripTik Travel Planner?

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  2. Patrick M O'Loughlin says:

    Hillary’s absence from Wisconsin was all the more puzzling when you consider that she lost the Democratic primary here to Bernie Sanders, winning only one county. She lost Dane county by almost two to one! Funny that they didn’t think that a Democrat woman getting drubbed in Madison by a white man was a bad omen, or at least a red flag. Maybe they thought it was a push since Trump had lost the Republican primary here too.

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  3. madisonexpat says:

    BWA-ha-ha-ha-ha! Every right thinking person was SO certain of the Hillary lock and planned accordingly. She had all the money, the ground game, the blue firewall, the data, Robby Mook’s analytics, the media, the minorities, all the women, all the millenials, the entire swamp and the Deep State. The smart money was just betting the over/under on her landslide. Why wasn’t she 50 points ahead? All her people told her she couldn’t lose. Everyone that wasn’t deplorable loved Obama and were happy. The Establishment was happy.
    President Trump knew people. He had brilliant campaign people who knew that Americans weren’t happy and really disliked Obamacare, a moribund economy, political correctness, anti cop BLM, potty police and the corruption of the federal bureaucracy.
    Like this winter in Wisconsin Hillary is cold, bitter and won’t go away.
    Brennan, Clapper, Comey et al. Stick around because…… karma.

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  4. madisonexpat says:

    Also, now that Russia, collusion and obstruction charges go away and now that the Brennan, Clapper, Comey files and communications are available to their sucessors the question becomes, what did Obama know?

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    • Batman says:

      Obama knew everything, the same way that Meryl Streep knew everything about Harvey Weinstein but conveniently kept her worn out little yapper shut.
      And that’s a wrap!

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    • AnonyBob says:

      I guess all that Russian collusion really DID work. Think Obamacare isn’t popular? Republicans happen been losing elections over it ever since.

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    • richard lesiak says:

      All those charges went away? When did that happen?

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      • richard lesiak wrote, “All those charges went away? When did that happen?”

        I haven’t seen anyone charged with collusion or obstruction in connection with the Russia election meddling investigation yet; what the heck did I miss?

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  5. Turd Ferguson says:

    https://dwd.wisconsin.gov/dwd/newsreleases/2018/180420_wi_national_job_rank.htm

    246,500 and 90,000 those 2 number are incredible.

    BTW, Hiilary lost Wisconsin because of third party candidates siphoning votes off that most likely would go towards her, the Bernie Sanders effect. The campaign brought out the truth that she was truly unfit and more subhuman than the opposing candidate which is a pretty low bar. Democrats hated her so much they voted for Stein and Johnson, add up those vote tally’s and she wins Wisconsin. That is something that democrats will not do again in splitting the vote in 2020.

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    • Hillary lost because she was a terrible candidate.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        @Zoltar Speaks!;

        “Hillary lost because she was a terrible candidate.”

        A cleanly shaven Occam would quickly agree.

        The Gotch

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      • richard lesiak says:

        Are you speaking of Occam scientifically or philosophically? Accepting the simplest of competing theories is both lazy and dangerous.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        @richard lesiak;

        “Are you speaking of Occam scientifically or philosophically?”

        Meta-existentially, with a dash of Carl Spackler Jainism.

        “Accepting the simplest of competing theories is both lazy and dangerous.”

        A couple of competing theories with which I’m currently struggling:

        1- Yer off’n yer meds
        2- Yer on ’em, but washing ’em down with Everclear

        Per your contention, # 2 appears to be the least lazy-n-dangerous, am I right?

        The Gotch

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  6. coolkevs says:

    Kanye West wants to make America great again?? C’mon Bob and Baldy, admit that your heads are exploding, especially with that percentage of the black Dem vote flying away…

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      @coolkevs;

      “Kanye West wants to make America great again??”

      Cue the racist Lefties (forgive the redundncy) to punish West for choosing to leave the Lefty Plantation by thinking for himself.

      The Gotch

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  7. old baldy says:

    cool:

    Whatever. I have no interest in west or what he thinks/says/does. If you want to spend time keeping track of him, fine. I have much more productive things to do. And BTW, America is still, and always has been great.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      @hankdog/old baldy;

      ”And BTW, America is still, and always has been great.”

      That’s odd, why do SO many of yer Lefty pals (Antifa, BLM, NBPP, Reverend Jeremiah Wright, the majority of snowFLAKE college students & academia, etc., etc., etc.) hate it then?

      The Gotch

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      • richard lesiak says:

        What’s hated is the collection of grifters that are running the country. Carson, Zinke, Pruitt, Vos, Walker, on and on. Did I mention Vos? How about snowflake Ryan pushing out the chaplin because he thought one of his prayers was critical of his tax (fraud) bill.

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        • richard lesiak wrote, “What’s hated is the collection of grifters that are running the country.”

          Please provide us with your definition of a “grifter” so we can fully understand what it is you are saying.

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      • richard lesiak says:

        grifter..swindles through deception or fraud. Like ordering a 39k dining table then claiming you know nothing about it. Then blaming your wife. Or; giving your daughter a 500k “consulting” contact with no other bids. Scammer, hustler, con-artist. Or; a free trip for you and your wife to England paid for by people who want to de-regulate pay-day loans. They get what they want, but you just tagged along because you like Churchill.

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        • richard lesiak wrote, “grifter..swindles through deception or fraud.”

          That’s a reasonable definition.

          After reading your definition of grifter, it should be clear that you must think nearly all politicians are grifters?

          After reading your list of grifters it appears that you unethically reserve the title “grifter” for those that don’t whole-heartedly support the “it’s settled” ideology of the political left.

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    • madisonexpat says:

      Yes like being a fan boy of Stormy Daniels. Meep meep.

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    • madisonexpat says:

      Too busy listening to Stormy Daniels.

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  8. old baldy says:

    gc:

    You’ll have to ask them, as they aren’t and never were my “pals”. You sure have been making a lots of mistakes today.

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    • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

      @hankdog/old blady;

      “You sure have been making a lots of mistakes today.”

      Actually, just one; thinking something you post might be tethered to any semblance of reality.

      The Gotch

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  9. old baldy says:

    Now you are stealing quotes from Comey. Sad

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  10. “Rod Rosenstein says Trump is not a target of the Mueller investigation.”

    It’s nothing but a witch hunting ploy trying to suck Trump into testifying.

    Trump should not testify unless he is served with a subpoena.

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  11. richard lesiak says:

    Your all looking in the wrong places. It’s the Stormy Daniels case that will put him in the ground. After today’s Fraud and Friends call in Donny shot himself in both feet again.

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    • old baldy says:

      The ultimate irony for the religious right will be when trump is brought down by serial dalliances with porn stars and playboy bunnies.

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      • Batman says:

        baldo writes: “The ultimate irony for the religious right will be when trump is brought down by serial dalliances with porn stars and playboy bunnies.”

        Still; their forgiveness intact…

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      • old baldy wrote, “The ultimate irony… will be when trump is brought down by serial dalliances with porn stars and playboy bunnies.”

        Since those “dalliances with porn stars and playboy bunnies” are not illegal, how will this bring down Trump?

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      • AnonyBob says:

        “Not illegal.” My, you tolerate a low bar for your president.
        (Is this observation “trolling?” I’m expecting to see a new definition on Urban Dictionary with my name attached, to be cited authoritatively and ad naseum by Squeakster.)

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        • AnonyBob wrote, “My, you tolerate a low bar for your president.”

          Your trolling assumptions will get you nowhere with me.

          I think Donald Trump is a sleaze and I didn’t vote for him, I also didn’t vote for a corrupted Clinton.

          The legality of things Donald Trump did prior to or after becoming the President is the only thing that he could be removed from office for; so tell me how could porn stars and playboy bunnies bring down President Trump?

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        • AnonyBob wrote, “Is this observation “trolling?” I’m expecting to see a new definition on Urban Dictionary with my name attached, to be cited authoritatively and ad naseum by Squeakster.”

          Your ad hominem aside, here are the 63 Urban Dictionary definitions I’ve submitted. Please set your ideological pompousassness aside, learn to laugh at yourself, and read them for the implied humor they contain. There are actually a couple of new ones in the works.

          Enjoy.

          https://www.urbandictionary.com/author.php?author=Zoltar+Speaks%21

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      • AnonyBob says:

        Not much to enjoy there. I’d find implied humor in them if they skewered conservatives, too. Just more typical “conservative humor” completely devoid of self reflection and self awareness. Irony is dead with you guys.

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        • AnonyBob wrote, “Not much to enjoy there. I’d find implied humor in them if they skewered conservatives, too. Just more typical “conservative humor” completely devoid of self reflection and self awareness. Irony is dead with you guys.”

          You obviously did not read them all and focused on 5 of the 63 (7.9%) that did in fact skewer some common traits shown by many in the political left. Now try actually reading them all, the majority are in fact bipartisan and can be applied equally across the board; but the likes of you can’t openly acknowledging that fact because it would diminish your smear. Here’s just one that smears both sides of the political aisle, Teflon Politician

          As for you and your trolling smears; bite me.

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      • AnonyBob says:

        “Bite me.” Such elevated discourse.
        I read the first several pages of your definitions and gave up. It was kind of tedious and not very entertaining.

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        • AnonyBob wrote, “Such elevated discourse.”

          You just earned yourself another, “Bite Me”.

          AnonyBob wrote, “I read the first several pages of your definitions and gave up. It was kind of tedious and not very entertaining.”

          Seriously?

          I can understand you not liking the small percentage of jabs mocking some of the traits of the political left, but if you found no humor in something like Cranial Power Generation Potential then you sir need to lighten up and garner yourself a sense of humor.

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      • AnonyBob says:

        Still elevated, I see.
        Sorry, it got boring reading The World According Zoloft Squeaks.

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      • old baldy says:

        z squeek:

        In many states, including WI, adultery is against the law. As are the possible illegal campaign contributions and cover-up. And Cohen is in deep and may get prosecuted, so what does he have to lose to flip on trump? And after listening to the Fox and Fraud episode from yesterday, it is pretty clear trump is lying about a number of things. Heck, he makes contradictory claims in the same sentence. If you want to call that word salad of his proper sentence structure. Mrs. Olsen would smack him with a ruler for that sloppy work.. And spare us all the “bite me” bs. It doesn’t do much to enhance your maturity or level of respect

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        • David Blaska says:

          Adultery is not prohibited by WI state statute, Baldy. Where do you get that?

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        • old baldy wrote, “In many states, including WI, adultery is against the law.”

          Hardy, Har, Har! I think it’s also illegal for a woman to wear a dress that shows her ankles in Texas. Old baldy, it quite ignorant to make a claim without supporting that claim with reality and an unenforceable state statute that is literally extinct is not support.

          Obviously you, like your Comment Butt Buddy* AnonyBob, are not up to date on what is an prosecutable offense in Wisconsin. I have personal experience with this one and it cannot be successfully prosecuted even if both people openly admit to it. I was told to my face by a prosecutor that my x-wife could not be charged for it, I asked for a second opinion and I got the same thing. The reasoning is that it’s their body and they can do whatever sexual things they want with their own bodies as long as the two are consenting adults.

          *Commenting Butt Buddies are two or more commenters that appears to be flip sides of the same internet trolling bed sheet, reaching around each others comments, cupping each others dangling rhetoric, and giving each other rhetorical thrills while they thrill themself.

          Yes, you’ll eventually be seeing that Zoltar Speaks defined phrase, or something close to it, elsewhere on the web someday soon.

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        • old baldy wrote, “As are the possible illegal campaign contributions…”

          Only campaign contributions that are predefined as illegal are illegal not “possible” contributions; what you’re spreading is a fallacy, a wet dream of the anti-Trump resistance that they want to believe is illegal. Just because you want to believe it’s illegal, doesn’t make it illegal.

          It’s all about guilty until proven innocent for you left wing hacks.

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      • richard lesiak says:

        trump’s wife should put Stormies lawyer on retainer to handle her divorce. That would be hilarious.

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      • AnonyBob says:

        Wisconsin law:
        944.16  Adultery. Whoever does either of the following is guilty of a Class I felony:
        (1) A married person who has sexual intercourse with a person not the married person’s spouse; or
        (2) A person who has sexual intercourse with a person who is married to another.

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        • AnonyBob wrote, “Wisconsin law:
          944.16  Adultery. Whoever does either of the following is guilty of a Class I felony:
          (1) A married person who has sexual intercourse with a person not the married person’s spouse; or
          (2) A person who has sexual intercourse with a person who is married to another.”

          Hardy, Har, Har!

          Obviously AnonyBob is not up to date on what is an prosecutable offense in Wisconsin. I have personal experience with this one and it cannot be successfully prosecuted even if both people openly admit to it, I was told to my face by a prosecutor that my x-wife could not be charged for it, I asked for a second opinion and I got the same thing. The reasoning is that it is their body and they can do whatever sexual things they want with their own bodies as long as the two are consenting adults.

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      • old baldy says:

        A big shout out to A-Bob. Thanks

        dave: Here it is again.

        944.16  Adultery. Whoever does either of the following is guilty of a Class I felony:
        (1) A married person who has sexual intercourse with a person not the married person’s spouse; or
        (2) A person who has sexual intercourse with a person who is married to another

        BTW: WI statutes are easily accessible electronically. It only takes a few seconds to keep the foot out of your mouth.

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      • AnonyBob says:

        TMI, Squeaks. (Did you put that on Urban Dictionary, too?)
        Dave asked if it was illegal in WI. It is. There’s the statute. Is it prosecutable? Different question.

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      • To old baldy…

        old baldy wrote, “The ultimate irony for the religious right will be when trump is brought down by serial dalliances with porn stars and playboy bunnies.”

        Old baldy, you were asked below; since those “dalliances with porn stars and playboy bunnies” are not illegal, how will this bring down Trump? Now I fully realize that your Commenting Butt Buddy* AnonyBob deflected the conversation away from that question but why haven’t you answered the question and supported your claim?

        ============================
        To AnonyBob…

        You were asked; “The legality of things Donald Trump did prior to or after becoming the President is the only thing that he could be removed from office for; so tell me how could porn stars and playboy bunnies bring down President Trump?”

        AnonyBob, you had the audacity to speke of integrity in a separate blog thread but all you have is trolling deflections and snide little sophomoric remarks. Please show us the same level of integrity that you seem to be expecting from others and answer the question that you have been trying to deflect away from. I await some kind of representation of your intellectual fortitude and integrity.

        *Commenting Butt Buddiesare two or more commenters that appears to be flip sides of the same internet trolling bed sheet, reaching around each others comments, cupping each others dangling rhetoric, and giving each other rhetorical thrills while they thrill themself.

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        • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

          @Zoltar Speaks!;

          “cupping each others dangling rhetoric”

          Cupping?? Heh! Congrats; entered on the Gut Laugh Leader Board!

          The Gotch

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      • AnonyBob says:

        Squeaks, your crude insults are getting tiresome. Above you admit to your wife cheating on you (why you’d bring that up here is a mystery). There is a term for such a husband. It is a favorite insult now used by the new right. You’re lucky I’m not a member of the new right. Perhaps you should consider toning it down a few notches.

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        • AnonyBob wrote, “Above you admit to your wife cheating on you (why you’d bring that up here is a mystery).”

          Anyone with a brain knew it was 100% relevant to the discussion.

          AnonyBob wrote, “There is a term for such a husband. It is a favorite insult now used by the new right.”

          FYI you implication slinging little twit: my x-wife was an drug addict (still is) and it drove her to do things she wouldn’t normally have done. You’re implying the exact same derogatory name calling term with your rhetoric, so you might as well stop being a rhetorical coward and let’er rip. You’ll promptly get the standard reply for such things, “Bite me”.

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      • AnonyBob says:

        Yet even more TMI, Squeaky. My point is not that I’m implying an insult, but that I’m choosing not to use an obvious one. I’m trying to encourage you to get beyond “letting ‘er rip.” Don’t know why you consider it brave. Here we like to insult with a scalpel, not a bludgeon.

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    • richard lesiak wrote, “After today’s Fraud and Friends call in Donny shot himself in both feet again.”

      It’s very telling that you use “Fraud and Friends” instead of Fox & Friends”. You’re what’s called a Media Bigot.

      Personally, I think Trump is a media troll in much the same way as old baldy and AnonyBob are internet trolls on this blog. I don;t like it one bit but I’ve come to expect this kind of trolling from these individuals.

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    • richard lesiak wrote, “Your all looking in the wrong places. It’s the Stormy Daniels case that will put him in the ground. After today’s Fraud and Friends call in Donny shot himself in both feet again.”

      Please explain how Trump shot himself in the foot.

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  12. Batman says:

    “After hearing trump on Fraud and Friends his family needs to commit this guy. That was some scary s#$t. The look on those 3 people faces while trump was ranting is priceless. It looked like they had their crazy, drunk uncle over for Thanksgiving.”

    It’s all an act Richie, that helps when negotiating with foreign leaders like little rocket man for example. And the MSM magnifies the charade which lends more credibility to the illusion.

    The ways of the Orange Master are mysterious and often impenetrable to the common mind…

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    • old baldy says:

      bat:
      You think that was an act? Tell that to Sarah Huckabee Grimace and see how she responds….

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      • Batman says:

        “You think that was an act? Tell that to Sarah Huckabee Grimace and see how she responds….”
        It is ALL an act baldo.

        Like I said; impenetrable by the common mind…

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    • madisonexpat says:

      As Salena Zeto astutely observed, “Trump’s supporters take him seriously but not literally, his foes take him literally but not seriously.” Think about it.

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      • madisonexpat wrote, “As Salena Zeto astutely observed, ‘Trump’s supporters take him seriously but not literally, his foes take him literally but not seriously.’ “

        There is a problem with both of those viewpoints; President Trump should be taken seriously and literally just like absolutely every other President prior to him, this is one of the burdens of occupying the office. The real problems are that Trump doesn’t understand this fact and the anti-Trump resistance doesn’t respect the office, the election process, or the Constitution.

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    • richard lesiak says:

      wow…just wow. I’m speechless.

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  13. madisonexpat says:

    No leader can be taken literally.

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  14. madisonexpat says:

    And I’d like to point out the fun of seeing Clintonistas’ concern over other peoples’ adulteries and fan boys of porn stars being morality police.
    Nice start to my day.

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  15. madisonexpat says:

    Who did President Trump rape? I can tell you who Bill Clinton raped.
    Here’s a hint. When said victim was interviewed by Lisa Myers she (victim) was told “The good news is your credible. The bad news is you’re very credible.”

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    • AnonyBob says:

      You have no proof Clinton raped anyone. Plenty of proof of “dalliances” by both.

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      • Cornelius Gotchberg says:

        @AnonyBob;

        “You have no proof Clinton raped anyone.”

        Didn’t youse get the memo? you’s don’t need proof, just the…um..proper ideological certification.

        Why, Hillarity herself tweeted:

        Hillary Clinton Verified account
        @HillaryClinton
        Every survivor of sexual assault deserves to be heard, believed, and supported. http://hrc.io/SexualAssault

        Should have included the caveat “Unless you’re accusing the Former Serial-Sexual-Predator-In-Chief.” #HillarityKnew

        The Gotch

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  16. madisonexpat says:

    I’ll see your Juanita Broaderick and raise you Kathleen Willey.

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  17. madisonexpat says:

    Who, when the quote is in context said, “When you’re a celebrity they let you do anything……”
    Your allegation is as false as your equivalency and you damn well know it.
    Someday you or someone attractive may be “dallied with” against your will. If damaged you “should put some ice on it.

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