So it came as something of a shock to learn that a left-leaning journalist actually criticized the White House for wanting a state-controlled media.
How far is the left willing to go to win an election? Consider the recent attempt to recall Colorado state Senator Evie Hudak. Hudak — one of the anti-gun Democrats who helped push the state’s hated gun control laws — was the third Democrat to be targeted for removal. The stakes were high — if she lost, a Republican would take over and the GOP would control the state Senate.
Hudak apparently realized she could actually lose the election and resigned. That resignation ensured Democrats would keep their iron grip on the Senate. But liberals in the state showed the depths they were willing to go to win — threatening, harassing and intimidating petition gatherers. Worse yet, with the exception of some local reporting, the Democrat-media complex said nothing.
Apparently, they forgot to bring along their Obama administration handbook, which advises that whenever a “mess” occurs, blame is automatically transferred to George W. Bush. It was Friday and a panel on MSNBC was discussing whose ass to kick over the lead balloon that was the rollout of the Heathcare.gov website.
After dismissing Prof. Plum as a suspect, the group was left with two possible culprits: the White House and (wait for it) Republicans, who “sabotaged” the rollout.
MSNBC propagandist Chris Matthews has a strange definition of “patriot.” According to Matthews, who spends all of his time groveling at Obama’s feet and demonizing anyone to the right of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin, Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, is unpatriotic because he dared to call Obamacare a “bill” and doesn’t worship Barack Obama.
The Washington Free Beacon reported that Matthews didn’t like Hatch’s reference to Obamacare as a “bill” — something he sees as an intentional slight meant to “disrespect” the law and President Obama.
Liberal leaning news station, MSNBC’s president was shocked to see conservative-leaning Fox News ratings beat MSNBC’s lineup on Tuesday night since Fox News added Megan Kelly to go against liberal Rachel Maddow and demands an investigation, Hot Air reported on Saturday.
Cable news channels are always looking for ways to increase viewership but according to MSNBC’s president, Phil Griffin, he says that something seems fishy on how anyone can beat liberal Rachel Maddow in her time-slot. Continue reading
On Sunday, veterans across the nation descended on D.C., joining truck drivers, to protest the shutdown of the war memorials, specifically, the National World War II Memorial.
While most mainstream news are reporting on the event sporadically, reports say, from those like, Dennis Michael Lynch (“DML”), a producer of films and gives live presentations about the issues facing America, reported exclusively of what he saw and said the event was a huge success.
Lynch said, “The VET march was a huge success. Thousands of people attended. I opened the ceremony with a short speech. Then other spoke including Palin and Cruz. The vets took down the barricades and tossed them in a pile near the street. Then the truckers came in. It was simply insane it was so cool.”
“Then the cops tried to block the truckers. That’s when things started to get loud. Every VET was cool, calm and collected despite the BS being put forward by the police. Then a taxi driver got pissed because of the traffic, got out of his car, and started fighting with the VETS. I captured all of this. The VETS showed unbelievable restraint.”
From Hollywierd celebrities and operatives of the Democrat-media complex to semi-literate morons on Twitter, the battle cry has become: Kill them all! And Barack Obama and Harry Reid could not be happier. This division, after all, is what they want.
Since the 60s, Seymour Hersh has been the bain of presidents from both parties. Seymour broke the My Lai story, was hired by the New York Times to cover Watergate and ended up breaking the invasion of Nixon invasion of Cambodia, and more recently, broke the story Abu Ghraib story. The Republican party once said he was, “the closest thing American journalism has to a terrorist”. So what does Mr Hersh think of number 44? He thinks he is a serial liar and the press are a quivering mass of sycophants.
Don’t even get him started on the New York Times which, he says, spends “so much more time carrying water for Obama than I ever thought they would” – or the death of Osama bin Laden. “Nothing’s been done about that story, it’s one big lie, not one word of it is true.”
It seems that Ted Cruz has really struck a nerve. Not only has he come under attack by the Democrat-media complex (which includes liberals and the entire “mainstream media”) but he’s also gotten heat from moderate Republicans.
On Tuesday, for example, MSNBC demagogue Chris Matthews called Cruz a “problem for the Republic.” He went on to compare Cruz to a terrorist and of course, German dictator Adolf Hitler. Naturally, because dictators hate oppressive laws, right?
So says Emily Miller at the Washington Times, who excoriated the New York Times for shoody journalism in its reporting of the AR-15 that didn’t exist.