Category Archives: 2016 Presidential Race

Josh Hawley expertly grills former FBI Director, James Comey 09/30/20

If you didn’t watch all of the hearing this morning, you probably missed this exchange. I know that I did. It’s an expert take-down of a slimy crook, and worth a listen!

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Live: James Comey testifies before Senate Judiciary Committee

Former FBI Director James Comey testifies in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee on “Oversight of the Crossfire Hurricane Investigation.”

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Tweet of the day!

.@PressSec Ends Press Briefing Calling Out The Media For Ignoring Michael Flynn Unmasking "Did anyone take it upon themselves to pose any questions about Michael Flynn & unmasking to President Obama's spokesperson? Oh, not a single journalist has posed that … Continue reading

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Today’s Twitter picks …

My answer to Jim Acosta: Good. The leaking and lying has to stop. Trump campaign says it’s filed a lawsuit against the NYT pic.twitter.com/JELrUTkSMO — Jim Acosta (@Acosta) February 26, 2020 Yes, it would. The best FISA reform would be … Continue reading

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Trump campaign sues New York Times for libel over Russia reporting

This is good news – I think. Washington Times President Trump’s reelection campaign sued The New York Times for libel on Wednesday, saying the news organization falsely reported as fact a conspiracy with Russia.

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Today’s Twitter picks …

Appalling. The really sad thing is that some “journalists” are already doing this. A complete misnomer. This is simply an argument for opinion masquerading as news coverage. It begins with journalists’ opinion as to which views have merit and which … Continue reading

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Today’s Twitter picks …

Right on. Ok let’s humor this utterly strange statement for a second… Patient Name: California Rx: Repeal suffocating regulations that make affordable housing impossible Dosage: Take as needed until Governor Newsom starts proposing serious solutions https://t.co/38DHj30Pvv — Dan Crenshaw (@DanCrenshawTX) … Continue reading

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Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in prison

Twitter will hate this. He will also be free on bond until the judge decides whether or not he gets a new trial.

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Today’s Twitter picks …

There’s no question that he lied. What we don’t know is why he isn’t being charged – at least not now. Not for lack of lies: “To throw the scent off himself after carefully arranging the leak, McCabe dressed down … Continue reading

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Today’s Twitter picks …

They should be embarrassed, but they won’t admit it. How’d you like to be featured in this montage? Are the people in it capable of embarrassment? https://t.co/l5piLPwUEg — Brit Hume (@brithume) February 15, 2020 Disgusting. Arrogant bitch. The depravity of … Continue reading

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