Notice to all fakers in the runaway Fake News Biz: :Your hero Dems are coming undone. Granny Nancy Pelosi thinks President Donald J is George W. ;Congresswoman Maxine Waters thinks that Putin invaded ‘Korea’ instead of ‘Crimea’ and in going whole hog after Senator Jeff Sessions Fauxcahontas Elizabeth Warren ended up muzzling her own mouth.
Things don’t look good for the anti-Trump fake news boosters, who keep getting caught in the headlight with their pants down.
And where is their de facto Protest Leader Citizen Obama as all this is going down?
Daily Mail photos this week show him doing exactly what millions of patriots told him on November 8, 2016: “Go fly a kite!!
In the photos, the same guy who rode a girl’s bike into infamy back in 2009, is being taught by billionaire eccentric Sir Richard Branson how to kite surf.
The pictures are meant to portray the ex-president, who called ISIS the JV Team as muscly and manly.
Talk about Fake News!
Compare the Daily Mail kite surfing photos with those of President Trump supposedly looking surly at the Red Cross Ball purportedly because he had just heard that Judge James Robart had nixed his temporary travel ban until such time as a way could be found to stay those bearing ill will from seven terrorism-compromised countries for the safety of American citizens.
News of Judge Robart’s order was revealed during day time hours on Friday. The Red Cross Ball never got underway until Saturday evening. The denied appeal was late Saturday night /early Sunday Morning
The Daily Mail’s contention of Trump just finding out about it is Fake News 101.
Meanwhile White House press secretary Sean Spicer ferreted out the New York Time report on the president’s bathrobe as “the epitome of fake news”.
As soon as Paul Ryan, Marco Rubio, John McCain, Lindsey Graham et al who took money during the 2016 campaign from George Soros can put their damage control spin on it, Canada Free Press calls that story a close second.
“The New York Times, hungry for stories that paint President Donald Trump in a bad light, reported Monday afternoon the president spends “a lot of time watching television in the White House in his bathrobe.”(Lifezette, Feb.7, 2017)
“The story, based on unnamed sources, also claimed the president felt “cloistered” inside the White House, and that many of his staff members were struggling to adjust to their new roles in the administration.”
Savvy Spicer accused The Times of getting the story terribly wrong, calling it “the epitome of fake news.”
“Spicer continued by arguing that the article, “was so riddled with inaccuracies and lies that they owe the president an apology.” (Lifezette)
The mainstream media don’t apologize, Mr. Spicer, they just go on trying to destroy lives with lies.
“Start at the top,” he told reporters. “I don’t think the president owns a bathrobe. He definitely doesn’t wear one.” (Lifezette)
(A thousand feminist howls will be sure to claim that not wearing a bathrobe around the house is indecent!)
“President Trump took to Twitter to harangue the article, arguing, “The failing @nytimes writes total fiction concerning me. They have gotten it wrong for two years, and now are making up stories & sources!”(Lifezette)
“From top to bottom, it made up stories that don’t exist,” Spicer added. “And I think that’s unfortunate for people who look to news institutions like that for their news.”
“The publication of questionably vetted assertions about Trump and key administration officials by The Times is not an outlier. The media have made it their mission to attack the president on a daily basis, regardless of whether or not the facts of a story have been thoroughly vetted.
“The media have one default: to depict the administration in chaos,” Dan Gainor, vice president of Business and Culture at the Media Research Center, told LifeZette, “It doesn’t matter if the facts don’t fit that narrative, they rely on bogus leaks and conjecture to fill in the blanks. And they don’t care if it’s accurate.”
“Citing that the president spends a lot of time watching television in the White House in his bathrobe as opposed to working for the American people is not far removed from reporting the Trump administration removed the bust of Martin Luther King Jr. from the Oval Office. The MLK bust controversy, courtesy of a White House pool report from TIME the day after Trump’s inauguration, was swiftly proven false.
“Last week, The Washington Post published an article arguing that Department of Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly was unaware of Trump’s executive order on immigration before it was announced. The article suggested Trump and his team did not properly notify Homeland Security before unpacking the executive order to temporarily halt immigration from seven terrorism-compromised countries.
“Kelly held a press conference and chided reporters that he was well aware the president’s executive order was coming and that he saw at least two drafts before it was signed.
“Kelly also indicated that high level government lawyers from several agencies, including DHS, were directly involved in the drafting of the action.”
But why let facts get in the way when you’re on the hunt for fake news?
Gainor is spot on when he says
“[The media] are simply doing the work of the left as they always have.” But with far more militancy.”
And speaking of militancy, where are Barack Obama and his bosom buddy Billy Ayers?
Their explosive presence at the very next protest may be on the way.
Maybe it’s the April 1st Washington ‘Fire the Fool’ protest, the one that Leftist celebrities Rachel Maddow — hostess of an MSNBC show and Stephen Colbert, host of the CBS program Late Night — took to Twitter Monday to deny that they were participating in, the one with the Twitter account launched Saturday that already boasts more than 67,000 followers. (Breitbart)
If Obama makes his community organizer comeback at the ‘Fire the Fool’ protest, he can depend on being patriot-ordered to: “Go Fly a Kite!”.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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