Media Sucks Dictator

This is fucking embarrassing.

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111 Responses to Media Sucks Dictator

  1. votermom says:

    media cucks never met a dictator they wouldn’t suck

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  6. Lulu says:

    Having worms may cause this strange behavior.

      • Lulu says:

        This is a manufactured diversion away from the ginormous shit storm coming out about the FBI/DOJ/State/Obama/HIllary’s Soviet style spying on everyone and their dog to drag Hillary’s leprous ass over the finish line in the election to continue the crime spree and cover-up for Bronco. That they have had to sink so low with hoopla over wife beaters (but Weinstein was their hero!) and now the wonderfulness and joy! of Rocketman’s terrorized (but cute!) cheer victims shows just how insanely desperate they are at this junction. If I was a South Korean watching these assholes in my country I would throw rocks at them and then forcibly eject US “media” from the country. They are freaks.

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    • Lulu says:

      Phil Greaves thinks he is a character from Peaky Blinders. Or an 1890 Parisian anarchist who blows off his own feet protesting his grandfather’s sugar empire. You couldn’t create a better parody of clueless daddy issues.

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  9. 1539days says:

    Media on a US military demonstration: “Fascism! Trump one step closer to being dictator!”

    Media on NK cheer leading squad: “That’s awesome! We should do that!”

  10. DeniseVB says:

    Interesting and not surprising…..

    • DandyTIger says:

      Apparently when you remove due process like this, people actually notice and realize the risk. All any woman has to say is, he’s a witch. And boom, stake built and fire lit.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        You cannot choose to refuse to work with women, but women can refuse to work with you. When you do work with women, every single interaction will be scrutinized and you can be summarily fired based solely on her word.

  11. Dora says:

    Besides the Oscars, the Grammies, the Golden Globes and any other award show you can think of, the liberals have now taken all the joy out of watching the Olympics.

  12. driguana says:

    I mean seriously…if people are not going to be held accountable for what really amounts to crimes, then what’s the use?? Why have laws? Why have rules? Ethics? And, God forbid…”rights”! Who determines “rights”, anyway??? And what exactly is a “right”? In the meantime, get rid of Sessions…and Mueller!

  13. lyn says:

    Because of the NoKo worship, anti-Trump idiots think the Olympics are in North Korea.

  14. lyn says:

    Beats Tide Pods.

  15. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Here is a little background on Rob Porter:

    Robert Roger Porter (born October 25, 1977) is an American political aide who served as the White House Staff Secretary for President Donald Trump from January 20, 2017 until February 7, 2018. Porter was previously Chief of Staff for Senator Orrin Hatch. He has also worked for Senators Rob Portman and Mike Lee.


    Porter grew up in Belmont, Massachusetts, and Washington, D.C.[3] Porter is the son of Roger B. Porter, a former aide to President George H. W. Bush and currently IBM Professor of Business and Government at Harvard University.[4] After graduating from high school, Porter interned in the U.S. Senate.[3] He attended Harvard University,[5] where he studied government and was president of the Harvard Republican Club. After his freshman year at Harvard, he began a two-year stint as a Mormon missionary in London.[3] During the summer of his junior year, Porter completed an internship at the White House and worked for the Domestic Policy Council.[3] He graduated in 2002.[3] Porter was a Rhodes Scholar, studying Political Theory at the University of Oxford,[3] where his thesis research focused on C.S. Lewis.[6][7]

    • lyn says:

      I’m confused (Wiki source): Both of Porter’s ex-wives accused him of physical and emotional abuse.[21] He denied the allegations and resigned from his staff secretary post after they became public.[22] Willoughby sought and received a three-day emergency protective order against him in June 2010.[23] In February 2018, she told the Daily Mail, “I don’t want to be married to him. I would not recommend anyone to date him or marry him. But I definitely want him in the White House and the position he is in. I think his integrity and ability to do his job is impeccable.”[24]

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        This wouldn’t be the first time a woman trashed a man one day and defended him the next. It probably never occurred to her that what she told the media would get him fired.

        In most DV cases the complaining witness is begging the defense attorney to “Do something!”

        If two guys get in a fistfight it is generally assumed that both parties were at fault. In DV cases it is assumed that one party is 100% innocent and the other party is 100% guilty.

        It is also assumed that all “domestic abusers” are potential killers and will indeed commit murder if they are not stopped.

        • Lulu says:

          Notice that she thinks he should be allowed (required) to work his ass off but that no other women should have anything to do with him (or “have” him if she can’t and doesn’t get him to do what she wants). How illogical and conniving. She STILL wants to control him.

          • Constance says:

            Well if he can’t work he can’t pay child support or alimony if she was awarded any.

          • elliesmom says:

            Ding, ding, ding!

          • DeniseVB says:

            There ya go, badmouth the bastard to get the kids/child support/alimony but say he’s a good, hard worker too and keep that faucet flowing? Meh, when people ask me how I’ve stayed married so long (49 in June), I tell them neither of us wanted custody of the kids and we both wanted the dogs. 😛

        • DeniseVB says:

          Who released Jack Ryan’s divorce records, Obama said he dint do it? From the wayback machine. (Mike Ditka later apologized for not replacing Jack on the GOP ticket).

          • lateblum says:

            Of course bronco dint do it. But Axelrod used to work for the Trib and had plenty of contacts with people who could gain access to court filings. See? Bronco never did anything wrong…

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  19. driguana says:

    And these were all very seriously breaches. But nothing to see there…

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    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Barry just liked to send tech gifts, arms and cash to his BFFs instead of flowers and candy.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Barry’s whole administration was picked for political payback, best bundlers went to key Ambassadorships and other tasty positions in govt. None were qualified diplomats. 😛

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    • Lulu says:

      This woman is a primo example of a social justice/moralizing wreck of a human being who must outrage to avoid her own wretchedness and failure to keep her ebbing sanity. Rather than get her own shit together and self analyze her failures she lashes out at others. Loser.

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  24. helenk3 says:

    for those here who had to shovel snow last week.

    • lateblum says:

      Still shoveling today . . .

      • Cisco says:

        Some young entrepreneurs came by and rang the bell to offer their services.
        Brush off my car and dig me out.
        I paid them handily.
        A team of two worth every $$$.

        • lateblum says:

          Lucky you!! Here we are getting car-jackers.

          • Cisco says:

            Well, if the vehicle is recovered, it won’t have any snow on it. 🤗
            Did you catch a “juvenile” was caught and arrested after a brief chase in the stolen vehicle and the gun used was recovered.
            So the judge released the little oppressed child with a pending court date.
            Now don’t be surprised, but the little child obtained another gun and committed another ARMED ROBBERY of a vehicle..
            See, in Illinois, taking another’s property, by force , with a weapon or the threat of force is ARMED F’king ROBBERY.
            YEA, but the media will just call it joy riding.

    • Cisco says:

      I said it many moons ago.
      With few exceptions, very few, the so called msm, is nothing more than the propaganda arm of the Democratic Party and the socialist/communist left, nothing more.
      By their choice, they are the enemy of free America.

      • Constance says:

        And Trump and Republicans can shut down the MSM easily by forcing all cable and satellite companies to offer the OPTION of cable TV a la carte. No one will pick the media cartels preachy channels, they won’t be able to sell advertising based on the fact that they are force-fed into millions of homes, and those channels won’t be able to collect their 50 cents a month mandatory payment from millions and then the media companies/cartel will lose money and then end.

  25. westcoaster says:

    OT: one of my favorites from childhood (and I haven’t heard it in ages)-

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    • Cisco says:

      That’s what the last defector who fled NorKor said.
      You remember, upon medical exam in SoKor it was discovered he had intestinal parasitic worms up to 1 foot in length?
      Well, at least the worms are doing well in NorKor.

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  31. helenk3 says:

    I would not want to serve under this gen nicholson. He does not have the backs of his men

  32. Myiq2xu™ says:

    You can lead them to knowledge but you can’t make them think:

    Niles, on February 11, 2018 at 2:19 pm said:
    Katrina vanden Heuvel is editor of the progressive magazine The Nation. She is married to Stephen F. Cohen, the professor emeritus of Russian studies at Princeton University and New York University. This is from Cohen:

    Steele’s dossier, which alleged that Trump had been compromised by the Kremlin in various ways for several years even preceding his presidential candidacy, was the foundational document of the Russiagate narrative, at least from the time its installments began to be leaked to the American media in the summer of 2016, to the US “Intelligence Community Assessment” of January 2017 (when BuzzFeed also published the dossier), the same month that FBI Director James Comey “briefed” President-elect Trump on the dossier—apparently in an effort to intimidate him—and on to today’s Mueller investigation.

    Even though both have been substantially challenged for their lack of verifiable evidence, the dossier and subsequent ICA report remain the underlying sources for proponents of the Russiagate narrative of “Trump-Putin collision.” The memo and dossier are now being subjected to close (if partisan) scrutiny, much of it focused on the Clinton campaign’s having financed Steele’s work through his employer, Fusion GPS. But two crucial and ramifying question are not, Cohen argues, being explored: Exactly when, and by whom, was this Intel operation against Trump started? And exactly where did Steele get the “information” that he was filing in periodic installments and that grew into the dossier? In order to defend itself against the memo’s charge that it used Steele’s unverified dossier to open its investigation into Trump’s associates, the FBI claims it was prompted instead by a May 2016 report of remarks made earlier by another lowly Trump adviser, George Papadopoulos, to an Australian ambassador in a London bar. Even leaving aside the ludicrous nature of this episode, the public record shows it is not true. In testimony to the House Intelligence Committee in May 2017, John Brennan, formerly Obama’s head of the CIA, strongly suggested that he and his agency were the first, as The Washington Post put it at the time, “in triggering an FBI probe.” Certainly both the Post and The New York Times interpreted his remarks in this way. Equally certain, Brennan played a central role in promoting the Russiagate narrative thereafter, briefing members of Congress privately and giving President Obama himself a top-secret envelope in early August 2016 that almost certainly contained Steele’s dossier. Early on, Brennan presumably would have shared his “suspicions” and initiatives with James Clapper, director of national intelligence. FBI Director Comey, distracted by his mangling of the Clinton private-server affair during the presidential campaign, may have joined them actively somewhat later. But when he did so publicly, in his March 2017 testimony to the House Intelligence Committee, it was as J. Edgar Hoover reincarnate—as the nation’s number-one expert on Russia and its profound threat to America (though, when asked, he said he had never heard of Gazprom, the giant Russian-state energy company often said to be a major pillar of President Putin’s power).

    I would tell you to read the rest but I know you won’t because you can’t handle the truth.

    riverdaughter, on February 11, 2018 at 3:27 pm said:
    Lol! You’re hilarious.
    Christopher Steele is a well respected former MI6 operative. He’s an expert on Russia.
    And the person who first funded the Fusion GPS ops research was a conservative names Peter Singer.
    George Papadopoulos has pleaded guilty to something. Keep that in mind.
    Also keep in mind that this would all have been over two years ago if Trump had let everyone see his tax returns just like every other candidate.
    I guarantee he has something to hide. You wanna know why? Because he’s acting like a fucking baby who’s afraid of what the grown ups are finding out. He’s weak, a big, fat, ugly, stupid rich guy with a comb over that sucks the sexy out of a 10 mile radius.
    He doesn’t have Clinton’s cojones to go talk to the special counsel. He would rather trash some very well respected investigators.
    The guy you are cleaving to acts like he has a consciousness of guilt and he still thinks that if he just pays enough money to the right people that it will all go away.
    If he tries to pull another Saturday night Massacre, his presidency is over. Not only is it a tacit admission that he has something to hide, it will be the last piece of confirmatory evidence that he’s a dangerous autocrat.

    Be careful who you hang around with.

    • lyn says:

      Hate blinds people.

    • DeniseVB says:

      At least she’s replying and not slinging her ban hammer. Baby steps 🙂 Trump did release his personal taxes, didn’t Maddow blow her big scoop a la Capone’s Vault failure?

      • Ann says:

        The one he allowed to be leaked (IMO) was because it was a year when he had to pay-up. I do not think President Trump is ever going to release his taxes. He’s a real estate guy. Since he is no fool, and he is well into his real estate empire, those big tax years are probably few and far between the last 10-20 years (it is like playing Jenga juggling the sales, depreciation, gains, and losses to pay the least amount you possibly can any given year). The average person isn’t going to understand depreciation and capital gains and when he pays taxes, and when he does not.

        IOW, his releasing anything would be so skewed to “SEEEEEEEEEEEEE he doesn’t pay a dime” (which isn’t true, the government ALWAYS gets theirs, it is just a matter of when) because the real estate story is over the long term.

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  35. helenk3 says:

    she has stayed way too long at the fair.
    she and mccain should just go quietly into the night

  36. lyn says:

    Some comments are funny.

  37. helenk3 says:

    this is the Philadelphia I would like people to see

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