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  • Vanity - Polls, Pundits, Politics...hogwash.

    08/05/2017 11:04:18 AM PDT · by JLAGRAYFOX · 14 replies
    Massive unchecked democrat party voter fraud, false, inaccurate political poll numbers, pundits, reporters, commentators, who rant & spew endless lies, and deceptive politics, from the Democrat and Republican Establishment, and the mainstream media. America haters on the loose. Solution, politically destroy the Democrat and Republican Establishments in the upcoming Mid-Term elections of 2018. Support POTUS, Donald J. Trump and MAGA!!! It is as simple as that.
  • The Basic Formula For Every Shocking Russia/Trump Revelation

    03/03/2017 9:05:06 PM PST · by Beave Meister · 14 replies
    The Young Turks ^ | 3/2/2017 | Michael Tracey
    The basic formula for every breaking Trump/Russia story is essentially as follows: 1. The New York Times or Washington Post releases an article that at first blush appears extremely damning. 2. Anti-Trump pundits and Democrats react reflexively to the news, express shrieking outrage, and proclaim that this finally proves untoward collusion between Trump and Russia — a smoking gun, at last. 3. Aggrieved former Clinton apparatchiks *connect the dots* in a manner eerily reminiscent of right-wing Glenn Beck-esque prognostication circa 2009. 4. Self-proclaimed legal experts rashly opine as to whether the new revelation entails some kind of criminally actionable offense. (Recall the...
  • Happy 2017 A interesting look at our insanity

    01/01/2017 9:02:54 AM PST · by Rustybucket · 14 replies
    1/1/2017 | Rustybucket
    The media and you, the disconnect we experience that confuses the speaker and dumbfounds the listener.
  • Crazytown: How even some pundits want Trump electors to go rogue

    12/16/2016 1:23:55 PM PST · by Repeal 16-17 · 12 replies
    Fox News ^ | December 16, 2016 | Howard Kurtz
    This is just sad. The impact of Trump Trauma keeps getting worse. Now journalists who I respect are so desperate to stop the president-elect at all costs that they are putting their prestige behind a fringe movement. I wasnt going to write about the cockamamie scheme to get the members of the Electoral College to deny Donald Trump the victory he won at the polls. The vote, which takes place Monday, is nothing but a technicality, with the electors expected to support the candidate who carried their state. Sometimes one or two cast a protest vote, but thats it. But...
  • VIDEO COMPILATION: Pundits and Politicians Insist Donald Trump Cannot Win Election

    11/09/2016 2:14:20 AM PST · by Enlightened1 · 9 replies
    The Gateway Pundit ^ | 11/09/16 | Jim Host
  • Compassionate Leftists Celebrate Phyllis Schlaflys Death

    09/06/2016 9:00:59 PM PDT · by Tolerance Sucks Rocks · 28 replies
    Tech (Breitbart) ^ | September 5, 2016 | Allum Bokhari
    Leftists have reminded the world just how much they hated Phyllis Schlafly. As news of the conservative author and activists death spread, Twitter was deluged with tweets celebrating her death. While most of the tweets were from ordinary members of the public, many others came from columnists and commentators. Heres Jeb Lund, a columnist for The Guardian.
  • Reminder The 2016 Trump Conservative Critics Were 2009 Obama Fan Boys

    05/30/2016 7:12:13 PM PDT · by dynachrome · 49 replies
    Conservative Tree House ^ | 5-30-16 | Sundance
    All in attendance for a dinner meeting with president Obama before he took office. The post-meeting/dinner report in The New Yorker Magazine holds the following quotes told by the glowing participants of their time with President Obama: Richard Lowry:the only presidential candidate from either party about whom there is a palpable excitement. Charles Krauthammer: Obama would be a president with the political intelligence of a Bill Clinton harnessed to the steely self-discipline of a Vladimir Putin, who would bestride the political stage as largely as did Reagan. Bill Kristol:I look forward to Obamas inauguration with a surprising degree of hope...
  • The 9 worst predictions about Trump's rise to the top

    05/04/2016 11:13:55 AM PDT · by rightwingintelligentsia · 29 replies
    Politico ^ | May 4, 2016 | NICK GASS
    Long before Donald Trump descended the grand escalator at Trump Tower to declare his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination last June, conservative pundits and nonpartisan clairvoyants alike had laughed off the possibility of the real-estate mogul turned reality TV star ascending to the partys pinnacle, joining the ranks of Ronald Reagan, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln. (And, to be fair, Mitt Romney, Alf Landon and John C. Frmont.) And for months, as Trump gained droves of followers and delegates, their laughter continued. Theyre not laughing Wednesday. Hours after Trump routed his rivals in Indiana and all...
  • Media, Pundits, GOP Establishment Hand Wisconsin To Trump? (Vanity)

    04/03/2016 7:47:27 AM PDT · by JLAGRAYFOX · 104 replies
    I watched The Trump rallies yesterday held in various cities & towns in Wisconsin, and get the feeling the average Joe and Jane primary voter are really upset and ticked off at the Media, the Pundits, the GOP (E), Ted Cruz, John Kasich, The DEmocrat Party Establishment, etc. and are about to send a "backlash" message to all these folks...that they have gone over the cliff in their hate and envy of Donald J. Trump. I shall follow events today and tomorrow as Trump, etc. continues his pro-active trek through the great state of Wisconsin, seeking its primary victory or...
  • Seven times pundits predicted Donald Trump's downfall

    02/17/2016 9:37:41 AM PST · by Signalman · 21 replies
    The Hill ^ | 2/16/2016 | Jonathan Easley
    The political class and pundits have been predicting Trump's political demise since his now-infamous speech launching his presidential bid last June, when his description of illegal immigrants as rapists and other criminals provoked a media backlash. Trump has been embroiled in controversy at seemingly every turn since. He has thoroughly confounded the pundits, who have declared numerous times that Trump had crossed some line that would be the final straw for Republican primary voters. Instead, Trump's blunt message of American exceptionalism and his distance from the political establishment continue to strike a chord with grassroots conservatives, who are fed up...
  • GOP vet: Trump win looking more and more likely

    10/18/2015 11:47:53 AM PDT · by libstripper · 106 replies
    Washington Examiner ^ | Oct. 18, 2015 | ByronYork
    "I've resisted the idea that Donald Trump could and would become the Republican nominee," writes GOP strategist Alex Castellanos in an email assessment of the presidential race. "Unhappily, I've changed my mind." Castellanos, who once said flatly that "Trump is not going to be the nominee," writes "the odds of Trump's success have increased and been validated in the past few weeks."
  • Pundits Get It Wrong About Trump and General Election [Still Believe He Can't Beat Hillary]

    09/03/2015 9:01:07 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 18 replies
    Townhall ^ | 09/03/2015 | Matt Towery
    After finally surrendering to the reality that Donald Trump is the certifiable leader in the GOP race for president, the "inside the bubble" D.C. pundits have moved on to his inability to win a November 2016 election against Hillary Clinton or some other Democrat. At first blush that seems a reasonable view. After all, the polling they rely on shows Trump with higher negatives than many of the other candidates in the Republican race. "He's too polarizing," say the experts. The conventional wisdom among most of the D.C. elite is that a Trump nomination would be disaster for a Republican...
  • Exposing Gateway Pundits Dishonesty: He Altered a CT Scan Image to Trick His Readers

    08/21/2014 8:48:23 PM PDT · by Nachum · 66 replies
    little green footballs ^ | 8/21/14 | Charles Johnson
    Heres another follow-up to my article about Jim Hofts dishonest tactics in promoting his bogus claim that officer Darren Wilson suffered a fractured eye socket in a purported struggle with teenager Michael Brown. As I pointed out in the earlier piece, Hoft posted a stock image of a CT scan of a fractured eye socket, but apparently erased the words UNIV OF IOWA from his copy of the image. Well, thanks to LGF readers @franklinftw and @loveheylola, I can now remove the word apparently from that description, because we have proof that Hoft (or someone who works with him) did...
  • Liberal Pundits Gather in West Wing

    05/21/2013 1:51:57 PM PDT · by Perdogg · 96 replies
    Weekly Standard ^ | 5/21/13 | Daniel Halper
  • Shouldn't there be a 'three strikes you're out rule' for liberal pundits?

    10/29/2012 6:38:22 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 3 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 10/29/2012 | Doug Mainwaring
    In his Washington Post column last week, E.J. Dionne once again tried to kill off the Tea Party movement, asserting that "Tea party thinking is dead," as if the claim would somehow make it true. I could be wrong, but I'm beginning to think Mr. Dionne doesn't like the Tea Party and would prefer to see it vanish from the face of the Earth. Two and half years ago, in the pages of the Washington Post, Mr. Dionne declared: "The Tea Party is nothing new. It represents a relatively small minority of Americans on the right end of politics, and...
  • More Bad News for Mitt Romney (Save for Post-Election)

    10/25/2012 4:39:31 PM PDT · by gotribe · 19 replies
    The Hill ^ | 9/27/2012 | A.B. Stoddard
    "Romney is his own worst enemy. This guy is tone-deaf."
  • Matalin to Krugman: Youre Hardly Credible on Calling Someone Else a Liar

    10/07/2012 11:22:55 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 30 replies
    National Review Online ^ | October 7, 2012 | Katrina Trinko
    In the roundtable discussion on This Week, Peggy Noonans analysis of last weeks debate lead to a heated exchange between Paul Krugman and Mary Matalin. We will look back on it as a historic moment in this election, Noonan said of the debate. It upended things. This is what it it upended: Barack Obama was supposed to be the sort of moderate, centrist fellow who looked at Mitt Romney, this extreme strange fellow. By the time that debate was over, Mitt Romney seemed a completely moderate, centrist figure who showed up as mitt Romney the governor, not as Mitt Romney...
  • Social media leaves spin doctors in dust

    <p>Denver -- It's been going on for years. After a big campaign event, like this week's presidential debate, the candidates' representatives gather in a human corral called Spin Alley to feed their interpretations - always positive - to the gathered media. But Spin Alley is going the way of the Roman Forum, a victim of social media.</p>
  • How Carter Beat Reagan

    09/25/2012 3:25:38 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 13 replies
    The American Spectator | September 25, 2012 | Jeffrey Lord
    Dick Morris is right.Here's his column on "Why the Polls Understate the Romney Vote."Here's something Dick Morris doesn't mention. And he's charitable.Remember when Jimmy Carter beat Ronald Reagan in 1980?That's right. Jimmy Carter beat Ronald Reagan in 1980.In a series of nine stories in 1980 on "Crucial States" -- battleground states as they are known today -- the New York Times repeatedly told readers then-President Carter was in a close and decidedly winnable race with the former California governor. And used polling data from the New York Times/CBS polls to back up its stories.Four years later, it was the Washington...
  • Leave Romney Be [Attention seeking "lace curtain right")

    09/24/2012 3:15:36 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 6 replies
    The American Thinker ^ | September 24, 2012 | Jack Cashill
    The other day I received my weekly missive from WallStreetJournal columnist and former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan,in which she informed me and the world that "the Romney campaign has to get turned around." She added helpfully,"This week I called it incompetent,but only because I was being polite. I really meant 'rolling calamity.'" The media loved this column and repeated it widely. Their goal is to depress the Republican vote. Noonan's goal,apparently,is to get attention. Noonan got a lot of it in October 2008, when she wrote the following giddy nonsense about Barack Obama: He has within him the possibility to...