the young socialists of america on campus this past Monday took over an anti abortion protest that was happening in the same area they were protesting the Trump visit and they rushed towards the area where trump was speaking pretty soon after the speech started. I can not stand these left wing psychos, some of them were even talking about clogging up campus toilets in protest
Something stinks. How does supposed racist remarks have anything to do with Russia or the election? How does that testimony make it into the court room if true? That's 100% geared towards 2020 to chase off the minorities that Trump has gradually been picking up along the way.
He's actually lost minorities. According to data, they voted for Ds more in 2018 than they did in 2016. All his pandering along with the likes of Candace Owens and Kanye did nothing but make them even more spiteful.
Exceptions aren't the rule. He may be winning over some, but he's getting more opposition blacks who never voted (in 2016) off of their butts and to the booths. Blacks have voted D at around 90% for decades. Black women at - IIRC - 98%!! That just isn't going to change in any appreciable numbers.
And hispanics have voted at around 70% for decades.
Even if he was winning non-white support (which he's not), it wouldn't be significant.
As such, we reported a tremendous amount of false information, always to Trump’s detriment.
And when we corrected our mistakes, we often doubled down more than we apologized. We may have been technically wrong on that tiny point, we would acknowledge. But, in the same breath, we would insist that Trump was so obviously guilty of being Russian President Vladimir Putin’s puppet that the technical details hardly mattered.
So, a round of apologies seem in order.
Not surprising to read that it's from The Hill. Supposedly they are one of the more even handed outlets. That article seems to be attempting to prove that. Maybe they are going for the credibility angle while others pander to one side or the other.
Yeah, it's the actual indictments of actual criminals that will prove or disprove Q, as that has been the center of the information he's been putting out. Though I still can't see where he's been wrong thus far, just not yet verified/confirmed.
I just hate people who say things that can't be confirmed (or disproven).
It makes it far too easy for people to get sucked in and then use the "well he hasn't been wrong yet!" which.. doesn't help anyone. It's just fan fiction until any of it pans out.. but like the whole RUSSIA COLLUSION thing.. too many people take rumors as fact (on both sides) and once you're invested in the story, you start to see things that aren't there and just run with it.
The Trump administration has sent a memo to TV producers which contains a list of Russian collusion liars, advising networks to challenge individuals like Rep. Adam Schiff on their “false claims” in future.
“Moving forward, we ask that you employ basic journalistic standards when booking such guests to appear anywhere in your universe of productions,” states the memo, adding, “At a minimum, if these guests do reappear, you should replay the prior statements and challenge them to provide the evidence which prompted them to make the wild claims in the first place.”
Former FBI chief James B. Comey said in a speech Tuesday evening that he is confused by special counsel Robert Mueller’s reasoning on not charging President Trump with obstruction of justice. Mr. Comey told his audience that while he had “great faith” in Mr. Mueller, the special counsel essentially punted on the matter, neither recommending that Mr. Trump be charged nor exonerating him.
“The part that’s confusing is, I can’t quite understand what’s going on with the obstruction stuff,” Mr. Comey told his audience at the Belk Theatre in Charlotte, North Carolina, according to an NBC News report.