The Smell of Fear

Ben Shapiro:

Obama Quashes Conservative Media Access at DNC

Media availability for Obama officials and acolytes has been shut up as tight as a clam for conservative media here at the Democratic National Convention. According to sources at Talk Radio News Service, placing a stringer outside the designated TV area to ask high-level Democrats to stop by radio row has been banned by the DNC – in fact, as one source told me, “You need permission from Obama for America.”

Meanwhile, top Obama outside advisor and head of the Center for American Progress John Podesta stopped by radio row this morning – but only long enough to speak with liberal talkers. When I approached him about appearing on KRLA’s “The Heidi Harris Show” along with me and my co-hosts Heidi Harris (conservative) and Brian Whitman (liberal), his handler quickly intervened. Later, the handler stopped by to clarify: did the show have two liberals and one conservative, or two conservatives and one liberal? When I stated that it had two conservatives and one liberal, he quickly shook his head and sprinted away.

The Democrats and their allies are clearly fearful of a major mistake. That’s why they’re keeping their allies away from those who will ask adverse questions. And that’s why I’ve purchased an Obama pin. If they won’t answer questions from a conservative, maybe they’ll answer questions from a faux fellow Obama-worshipper.

Why are Democrats afraid of the truth? They sure aren’t behaving like they are confident of winning.

This reminds me of the war in Iraq back in 2004-2006. The Bush Administration was convinced that we lost the war in Vietnam because of the media and thought if they could control the news coming out of Iraq they could control public opinion.

They should have listened to Abraham Lincoln:

You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.

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40 Responses to The Smell of Fear

  1. myiq2xu says:

    Ever notice that the Obots get angriest at the biggest threats to Obama. Like Hillary, Sarah and now Mitt.

    They didn’t hate Mitt a year ago.

  2. HELENK says:

    if I knew how to do it this would be my sign in sign

    • Helen, you mean your avatar? I’m surprised that you don’t have your own since you are the Queen of the Links. I had to get a wordpress account and then uploaded my own pic of the fembots. Could Lola help you with this.

      • HELENK says:

        yes the avatar. I have only ever seen two things that I love for an avitar but I do not know how to do it

  3. What a bunch of flaming hypocrites! Actual Dem operatives crashed the Repub Convention and took media time away from them. These Obama pod people are getting scarier by the minute.

    • wmcb says:

      Had a liberal dude on Twitter Sunday repeatedly calling CatsPolitics (she likes cats and is obviously female) pussy. Every reply was addressed to “pussy”.

      This is why RD’s moaning over Mitt leaves me cold. Sorry, but in the past few years, most of the actual, real, insulting, demeaning misogyny I see is coming from the left. At least 80% of it.

  4. yttik says:

    “Why are Democrats afraid of the truth?”

    Because deep down they know they’ve lost the moral upper hand.

  5. myiq2xu says:

    Megyn Kelly and Nikki Haley discussing the alleged GOP war on women

    • cj says:

      Next she’s going to out Jason Biggs.

      • myiq2xu says:

        She keeps teasing with that story. She’s almost out of time.

        • cj says:

          I hate when she does that.

          She recommends viewers NOT to read the tweets. “Really disturbing, vile & hateful”

        • myiq2xu says:

          They are:

          I‘d totes dip a pinky or two in Paul Ryan’s wife’s bleached asshole (she obvs bleaches her asshole).

          “@godissanta420: @jasonbiggs How dare you ignore Ann Romney’s asshole. Ur un-American.” Sorry ur right. I bet hers is un-bleached and hairy.

          People are cheering off screen because Janna Ryan is showing her tits!

  6. DeniseVB says:

    Cory Booker’s speech is scheduled around 6pm ET. Can’t believe they’re not putting him primetime.

  7. fif says:

    They’re afraid of the truth, because the truth sucks for them!

  8. cj says:

    Like insects scuttling away from the light. You can hardly blame them though. When you don’t believe what you’re saying & are only armed with talking points it’s easy to screw up an off-message question.

  9. HELENK says:

    manufacturing drops farthest in 3 years
    national debt to reach 16TRILLION dollars during convention
    college debt with no jobs
    food stamp use is up to the highest ever
    most citizens feel that the dems do not deserve another 4 years
    backtrack not sharing money with down ticket dems
    most citizens feel country is on wrong track

    it is a be afraid, be very afraid moment for the dems

  10. propertius says:

    You don’t need to fool all of the people – you just need to fool 270 electoral votes worth of people.

  11. HELENK says:

    saving time and energy during the convention

  12. HELENK says:

    when they can come up with 689 reasons not to vote for you, you should worry

  13. myiq2xu says:

    Ed Rollins and Joe Trippi giving their opinions. Neither one has won an election in 20 years.

    Ed Rollins looks like Mike from Breaking Bad.

  14. HELENK says:

    got my e-book No Easy Day today

  15. HELENK says:

    when I first read this I was outraged at the stupidity of the judge.
    then I thought about it. this guy killed his wife, now every day for the rest of his life he will be afraid that some man will kill him

    • Pips says:

      Your two links are the same, but I know what you’re referring to. And a spokeswoman for the Romney campaign responded to Albright’s claim that she didn’t “understand why any woman would want to vote for Mitt Romney, except maybe Mrs. Romney”(!) that

      the millions of American women unemployed, underemployed or constantly worrying about filling the gas tank or put food on the table can think of a few reasons to make sure Barack Obama isn’t our president for another four years.

      I’m as disappointed in Madeleine Albright now as I were when she just had to slam Sarah Palin for misquoting her “There’s a place in hell … quote, and doing so in a way that – at least to me – made her look petty.

      I never liked it when women sneered at other women for not thinking like themselves, but when a woman I actually (used to) admire does it, it makes me sad. I guess after all and no matter what she’ll always be a politician first.

      Such a disappointment.

  16. Karma says:

    Breaking down the voters over the years with link to several charts representing the electorate from 1980 to 2008.

    The Hidden History of the American Electorate

    Analysis of exit-poll results from the last eight presidential elections shows how demographic groups are—and aren’t—shifting in their voting preferences.

  17. catarina says:

    The show has begun.
    Wasserman-Shultz sounds like a carnival barker.
    So far, a load of bullshit.

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