Kathleen Parker Proves The Moore Campaign Right About The Washington Post

Today’s Campaign Update

  • The reliable Democrat shills at the Associated Press have a lovely puff piece out this morning on Sen. Al Franken’s growing groping scandal.  The piece, titled “Franken’s rising political star obscured by accusations”, portrays the SNL refugee as an intrepid pursuer of truth, justice and the leftist way, all the while putting his serial degrading and groping of women in the best light possible.
  • My favorite part is the following paragraph:  “It’s always a great disappointment when leaders you like and admire do bad stuff,” said Mike Lux, a liberal Democratic consultant. He said it was premature to say how the allegations would affect Franken’s career. But, Lux added, “If more incidents come to light, he’s got a real problem.”  So, just so we’re keeping score here, four gropes and abuses of women is ok for a Democrat Senator.  But any more than that, why, he’s got a problem.  Holy cow.
  • So good of you to finally point that out. – Meanwhile, the #NeverTrump nitwits who run the National Review published a piece by Deroy Murdock on Thanksgiving Day that contains unbridled praise of …wait for it…DONALD TRUMP!  I kid you not, Mr. Murdock, who is a contributing editor for TNR, has awakened to the fact that, as he puts it, “The Never Trump faction still claims that the president of the United States “is no conservative.” And yet, with rare deviations (such as free trade), he spends nearly every day implementing the conservative agenda.”  Ahem.  Some of us have been telling you guys this for ten months now.  Welcome to the party, pal.
  • The Award for The Most Absurd Global Warming Claim of the Month goes to a group of chemists at the UK’s universities of Reading, Bristol and Bath, who issued a report this week claiming that frying foods is now causing the earth to heat up.  I swear I don’t make this stuff up.  Who could?
  • It’s a dirty job, but somebody’s gotta do it. – In case you still harbor reservations about how much you love the job Sarah Huckabee Sanders is doing as White House Press Secretary, read this column from Kathleen Parker at the Washington Post, and you’ll lose all doubt.  Ms. Parker, who used to pretend to be a conservative but now just spends her column space endlessly whining about the Trump presidency, complains that Ms. Sanders “humiliates the media on a daily basis.”  Ummmmm…yeah, so?  Is there a point here?
  • Ms. Parker’s big complaint – her last straw with Ms. Sanders, apparently – was that Sanders began her press briefing on Wednesday by – gasp! – asking various members of the press corps to talk about one thing for which they are actually thankful.  It seems that, in Parker’s mind, asking this band of eternal grumps to say one positive thing about anything amounts to “humiliating” them.  “Yet again, she controlled the crowd, though this time by candy-coating her usual condescension with faux fellowship,” Parker wrote.  “I’m thankful I wasn’t in the room.”  Alrighty, then.
  • But Parker wasn’t done, oh, no, she wasn’t:  “For a press secretary to require professional journalists to essentially beg for their supper, surrendering their adversarial posture like a dog commanded to Drop The Bone, is an infantilizing tactic.  The effect is to neutralize the opposition.”
  • First of all, what “professional journalists” would those be?  The White House press corps is nothing but the single biggest collection of fake journalists on the planet.  There isn’t a real journalist among this gaggle of primping, preening asshats.
  • Second, how does asking any person to talk about one positive thing in their life “infantilize” them?  If the price of adulthood is chronic grumpiness, someone failed to point that out to about 99% of the people on this planet.  Kathleen Parker, though, obviously got the memo.
  • Third, on that part about “surrendering their adversarial posture like a dog commanded to Drop The Bone,” well, this particular pack of dogs dropped those bones for eight long, disgusting Obama years that amounted to a disgrace to the entire profession of journalism.  So spare us that nonsense, Kathy.
  • On Wednesday, a spokesman for the Roy Moore campaign referred to the Washington Post as a “worthless piece of crap.”  Ms. Parker’s column presents irrefutable proof of the accuracy of that assessment.

Just another day in worthless crap journalism America.

That is all.

 

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2 thoughts on “Kathleen Parker Proves The Moore Campaign Right About The Washington Post

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    Avery - November 24, 2017

    David Blackmon writes the truth about the press. Here’s my experience. I was not a journalist, at least not by job title. I was a “TV Newsman,” an on-the-street, video camera carrying news reporter. In the first month or so of my job, I attended a United Way fund raising breakfast put on by UA. The leader, in her campaign pitch asked “How many here this morning were in the Boy Scouts?” I was sitting in the press section, and I was the only one there standing. I looked around, and there were many men standing, all around the room. But not with the “journalists.” Needless to mention, I did not make TV news a career.

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    Marty Lopez - November 24, 2017

    loria Allred refuses to say, if her evidentiary, yearbook signature, the single bit of corroborative evidence in this entire media driven, politically motivated, character assassination of Judge Roy Moore is a forgery, or not. She will not submit it for forensic examination by independent experts. Really? And Fox cable is owned by the Mudock family, News Corp. globalists with an ax to grind, or an America to deconstruct. If anyone thinks they don’t have a political agenda, or that profitability and share holder value aren’t intrinsically tied to globalism, or more specifically to their own global, news empire, then I would advise them to stop reading this right now and proceed directly onto the sports page. Things such as opinion polls and Sean Hannity shows don’t occur in a vacuum. Media events don’t just happen. They aren’t acts of nature. They are produced. The question before us is who and what drives the production? Is it news, or is it political operatives and media firms constructing more dossiers spun entirely out of Russian whole cloth? And well we might ask as discerning daily consumers of establishment propaganda, misdirection and erroneous information.

    An especially alert, social media commentator caught my eye this morning. He had taken notice that Fox’s Sean Hannity seems to have “Flipped” back, now suggesting he may yet support the now infamous Judge Roy Moore against accusations of pedophilia, but then that really shouldn’t surprise anyone. You see, Hannity has always been something of a caution and, this time he simply got caught in the frame.Gloria Allred refuses to say, if her evidentiary, yearbook signature, the single bit of corroborative evidence in this entire media driven, politically motivated, character assassination of Judge Roy Moore is a forgery, or not. She will not submit it for forensic examination independent experts. Really? And Fox cable is owned by the Mudock family, News Corp. globalists with an ax to grind, or an America to deconstruct. If anyone thinks they don’t have a political agenda, or that profitability and share holder value aren’t intrinsically tied to globalism, or more specifically their own global, news empire, then I would advise them to stop reading this right now and proceed directly onto the sports page. Things such as opinion polls and Sean Hannity shows don’t occur in a vacuum. Media events don’t just happen. They aren’t acts of nature. They are produced. The question is who and what drives the production? Is it news, or is it political operatives and media firms constructing more dossiers spun entirely out of Russian whole cloth? And well we might ask as discerning daily consumers of establishment propaganda, misdirection and erroneous information.

    An especially alert, social media commentator caught my eye this morning. He had taken notice that Fox’s Sean Hannity seems to have “Flipped” back, now suggesting he may yet support the now infamous Judge Roy Moore against accusations of pedophilia, but then that really shouldn’t surprise anyone. You see, Hannity has always been something of a caution and, this time he simply got caught in the frame. I’m guessing what he saw was both his ratings and his base disapprove. Maybe the grass roots, social media opposition to his “Set up,” the fake show where he lent promiscuous credibility to the unvetted charges and seemed only too willing to throw the Judge under the bus became too threatening? That would have been the show at the beginning of the week, when the story first broke, the show with Geraldo and the serious, woman guest no one had ever seen before. I noticed they tend to go to the “Back bench” for the nefarious, “Hatchet” work. Established television personalities aren’t going to put it all on the line for some no name producer who happens to get an assignment on a high profile, political assassination. Why should they? Would you?

    Remember how they set Judge Roy Moore up? I do. Geraldo, always the liberal, village idiot, Fox’s own, industry answer to the Senate’s John McCain claimed the Judge was simply beyond the pale and straight off the blocks too. He came right out of the gate with heartfelt, strong opinion as only Geraldo can do. Anyone who preys on adolescent girls is a predator. Geraldo really ought to be an embarrassment, but hey, he’s an easy tool and like McCain, he’s always available. He’s one of those guys who made a good thing out of open borders and in the interest of truth and full disclosure that’s how he came to the Murdocks. For some reason, I happened to be on the Fox channel. Maybe I was incapacitated by indigestion as often happens, or maybe I was just too drunk to change the channel? In either event I seem to remember immediately following Geraldo’s opinion of predators came the completely unsupported accusation. By now we all know that Geraldo thinks such behavior is disgusting.” If it’s true, Geraldo for one, will lower the boom on the Judge. Geraldo’s outrage and disgust is palatable and frankly, low booms are where Geraldo has the home court advantage. Therefore, ergo the Judge is as good as guilty. I mean, he must be guilty. We’ve already established it’s disgusting and everyone knows about men and women and young adolescent girls, human nature being what it is and of course it’s all of it, a rather dirty business unless you’re a Democrat like Bill Clinton and then it’s dismissed as just sex.

    Pedophilia, which by its very definition doesn’t apply to adolescent girls is even worse, more salacious, so salacious that it’s unmentionable. Hello, I’m the resident, network, clown and my name is Geraldo. It all follows logically, well sort of, or after a fashion and anyways, it all moves so fast on television, but the one thing we can all agree on is that it’s indecent to prey on adolescent girls. Now observe my ignorance, or mustache. It doesn’t matter.

    You know I can actually remember the video of some guy breaking Geraldo’s nose on TV. Ouch, poor Geraldo got “Chumped,” sucker punched and right on his own TV show. I wanted to tell him. You’re suppose to give them angles Geraldo, angles, not “Spin.” Geraldo was doing a segment of day time, reality TV when, despite what might be considered overwhelming odds he actually formed a passing acquaintance with the real world. So how ironic is that? Sometimes television can be amusing and entertaining in spite of itself. Whereas Sean Hannity on the other hand, ever the sly one was all phony face and distressed by the awesome, distasteful business before him. Even as he introduced his good friend Geraldo he remained dedicated to going slow and to getting to the bottom of it all. He seemed to be apologizing even as he pulled out the long knife.

    The emotional pain was evident by his repetitive assertions, which are his hallmark after all. He stressed the necessity to go slow in our condemnation of the Judge. As unpleasant as it all was and he certainly looked for all the world to see, distraught even saddened, he was going to go slow making sure to give the Judge a fair trial before the hanging. And still, he was over and over, very careful to exonerate himself in front of the audience, who are after all his bread and butter, the conservative base for Fox’s ratings. Did I mention how repetitively, as in over and over Hannity stressed how important it was to go slow as experience had taught him, these sort of things (accusing someone of pedophilia from 38 years ago and 30 days out from an election) could really negatively effect someone’s life? It isn’t as, if Sean, or the rest of us haven’t been here before. What is surprising, rather shocking actually is just how often all the claims turn out to be proven false.

    It was serious business alright. Sean was visibly pained and then came his other guest, the woman who there to tell us what we should expect to see, characteristically, in cases of sexual abuse allegations, if the allegations were to be believed, or to have any credibility. One can only be left to imagine she had been around the block a time, or two and had loads of experience about such matters. And dutifully did she instruct the viewers to watch for more accusations, more women to emerge, more shoes to drop. Hey, these guys had a real dog and pony show going on.

    My understanding was the standard necessary to negate all presumption of innocence was the number of allegations made. Really? It seems victims, like bananas and buses come in bunches. Political operatives were like Polo players. They had to have a string of ponies, if they wanted to be taken seriously. One allegation was just that, but get a few of them going and well, then we can all pretty much make up our minds at home. And all of these claims are well over 30 some odd years old and none of them come with any collaborating evidence, much less a wittiness although, we are now beginning to find plenty of inconsistencies.

    And here’s the funny part. As though on cue other allegations, accusations and women followed and immediately, the very next day, least anyone forget their jury instructions and the new allegations were presented to the accompaniment of a media deluge of salacious, sensational coverage. Simultaneously, McConnell (why does “Pop Goes The Weasel” come to mind?) declared the Senate simply wouldn’t seat the Judge even, if he were elected, which there seemed to be little to no chance of that happening now and then, as, if even that weren’t enough, the following day he promised to put the Judge before the ethics committee even, if somehow he were seated. As plussed as we all were to hear that the Senate still had an ethics committee, I mean who knew, or maybe I should say, how could anyone tell, I couldn’t help, but wonder why we should even bother to have an election, if the RINO establishment could just negate the people’s will? So you see when Hannity, on Fox sounded the alarm supported by Gloria Allred, of all people I realized we already had our answer. It would be suicide to try to defend pedophilia, a Judge who preyed on underage girls.

    The whole thing was a set up from the very first and, for things still to come. They were telegraphing their punches and the only piece missing was the ex-British spy, Christopher Steel. Someone had better get Geraldo out of there quick before he gets his nose broke again. Oh, they intended to bury the Judge all right, but I’ll tell you what has yet to surface and it’s called proof, or any credible evidence even. There’s still no proof and no corroboration of these totally unsubstantiated allegations and now, the Judge’s attorney is demanding to see the yearbook, which strangely enough isn’t being presented as quickly as a victim’s advocate might expect. Hannity is reading the audience reaction, ever quick to review the ratings and as ever, he’s showing what a hypocrite and prostitute television personalities really are.

    You see, in the end it’s the establishment’s ranch after all and the money is awful good, the food, the bunks, the warm stove, yeah the perks are all that and right there in the heart of the “Big Apple.” When it’s time to do the master’s bidding, they shuffle to the tune of “Yes masder.” So yeah, Hannity flipped faster than a Gloria Allred victim in deposition.

    So why might you ask, seeing as it’s only just the same as ever it was, why would a famous writer take time out of his busy day to write about something as mundane as a Democratic, RINO, establishment conspiracy to remove a popular conservative Judge from contention for a Senate seat? Well the answer is, armies roll on victories and not on their stomachs. That’s a common mis-perception. It’s victories that make armies invincible and McConnell’s political establishment is desperate to break the populist revolt that keeps rolling on like the good ship Columbia.

    The people are gathering up a head of steam. The 2018 elections are right around the corner and we the people intend to be there and Mitch appears to gotten the memo. We want our government back. We intend to take control of our nation and of our destiny and it’s Donald Trump who is our, newly elected President by God, and not Rupert Murdock’s son. It may well be that we will be forced to literally take it back, because these billionaire globalists don’t appear to be willing to cede anything to fair and democratic election outcomes. That bit of rhetoric was only in effect, it seems when they controlled the outcomes, fixed the elections like the proverbial, lead pipe cinch.

    Now that the cat is out of the bag and the people are awake and Steve Bannon is on the scene, the rules seem to be changing. They always were the establishment’s rules and we always followed them. And then they betrayed us, treated us as though we were disposable, tried to change us out, our children and grandchildren for third world immigrants. They thought they didn’t need us anymore and maybe they don’t, but then no one can expect loyalty to spring from rejection and still, that wasn’t the big mistake. The big mistake was the confused thinking that allowed them to believe they actually owned the country because they controlled paper title to the land. But the land belongs to the living as Thomas Jefferson once noted and the country belongs to its citizens and the citizens of America receive their rights from God and not any corporation board room.

    And then too, it was the insidious nature of the conspiracy to railroad this Judge and steam roll over the process and the good people of Alabama, their free choice and conservative, common sense as, if they were some dumb, country, “Rubes” and that really got my Irish up, rubbed me wrong. I think about the original revolution when the British first tasted, I mean really tasted rebel fire power at Bunker Hill. The Continental officers walked the line behind the men worried they would break and run when confronted with the advancing, Hessian bayonets. They kept repeating to their men, to remember boys, it was only two volleys, that all’s they were asking. “Just give me two volleys boys, and then we withdraw.” And they did. The line held, they stood and delivered and the British generals paid awful high for that charge and they never forgot it either. They always though twice before coming across any field at a Continental line after Bunker Hill. And then too, I think of the other twelve colonies rushing to send supplies overland, through the wilderness against the British sea blockade of Boston. We refused to see our brethren starved into submission and then I thought of Alabama and that carpetbagging, prostitute Sean Hannity trying to “Set up,” the Judge that way, do him dirt using the likes of an “Open borders” Geraldo who made tens of millions of dollars selling out America.

    Well, I just got to feeling downright “Churchillian,” if you get my drift. I decided I’d fight them on these pages with the power of the written word because the truth will set us free just as the bible tells it. And then we’ll fight them in the polling booths, at the ballot box in 2018 because political power is the prize and we will fight them in the streets too, if it should become necessary and in the fields and, even needs be retreating back into the hills, but we will never give up and surrender America. We will never stop fighting. It was God who made us free and not some “Dadburn,” federal bureaucrat and certainly not the GOP, RINO leadership. I simply can not imagine the likes of a puppet such as Mitch McConnell, or a shyster like Gloria Allred, or any Sean Hannity standing there with his pants down around his ankles being able to run off anybody south of the Mason Dixie line, much less the voters of Alabama. It simply isn’t going to happen. I don’t believe it and I don’t believe any skewed and “Cooked” Fox polls. Stand tall Alabama. Stand and deliver you “Bama Boys.” Take us home, sweet home Alabama.

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