“I think there was a conspiracy on the part of the Russians and others to help him get elected.”

Daily CallerJANUARY 14, 2017

Democratic Rep. John Lewis said he does not see Donald Trump as a legitimate president on NBC’s “Meet The Press,” saying a Russian “conspiracy” to help him win invalidated the result.

“I believe in forgiveness, I believe in trying to work with people,” he told Chuck Todd in an interview clip published Friday, when asked whether he would “forge” a relationship with Trump. “It’s going to be hard. It’s going to be very difficult. I don’t see this president-elect as a legitimate president.” (RELATED: Hillary Staffers Still Questioning Legitimacy Of Trump’s Win)

“I think the Russians participated in helping get this man elected,” he added. “And they helped destroy the candidacy of Hillary Clinton. I don’t plan to attend inauguration. It will be the first one that I miss since I’ve been in the Congress. You cannot be at home with something that you feel that is wrong.”

“I think there was a conspiracy on the part of the Russians and others to help him get elected,” Lewis added. “That’s not right. That’s not fair. That’s not the open democratic process.”

The U.S. intelligence community believes with high confidence that one of Russia’s primary goals in meddling in the election was to undermine faith in the U.S. democratic process, although it found no evidence of tampering with votes in any way. Nevertheless, Democrats have worked to undermine the legitimacy of Trump’s election from a number of angles since he won. Few have gone so far, however, as to openly question the result or make the assertion that Russian meddling changed the result. (RELATED: Who’s The Russian Stooge Now?)

The U.S. intelligence community believes with high confidence that one of Russia’s primary goals in meddling in the election was to undermine faith in the U.S. democratic process, although it found no evidence of tampering with votes in any way. Nevertheless, Democrats have worked to undermine the legitimacy of Trump’s election from a number of angles since he won. Few have gone so far, however, as to openly question the result or make the assertion that Russian meddling changed the result. (RELATED: Who’s The Russian Stooge Now?)

Todd remarked: “That’s going to send a big message to a lot of people in this country, that you don’t believe he’s a legitimate president.”

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‘Ouch! How’s all that going down, CNN?’

| – JANUARY 13, 2017

Fox News host Neil Cavuto slapped CNN in the face Thursday, rubbing salt in a wound opened by President-elect Donald Trump earlier this week when he labeled the network “fake news.”

Highlighting how CNN stood down while Fox News was repeatedly attacked by President Barack Obama, Cavuto pointed out it’s not much fun when the shoe is on the other foot.

“Ouch! How’s all that going down, CNN?” Cavuto asked. “How does it feel to be dismissed, or worse, ignored? How does it feel when your feelings are hurt? When your reporters are singled out? And you’re treated unfairly and unkindly? Even rudely? What is it like not to be liked? It’s not really fun, is it?”

Here’s the rest of Cavuto’s tirade, where he reminds CNN that “payback is a bitch”:

It is not fun when you think you’re doing your job, and the guy you’re covering thinks you’re the piece of work.

It’s insulting, isn’t it? Being called on the carpet by the next leader of the free world after years of giving the present one all but a free pass?

You can’t figure out suddenly not being in. It bugs you when someone questions whether you’re fair, doesn’t it? Or cuts you to your journalistic core, doesn’t it? It matters now when it’s about you, doesn’t it? Not so much when it’s about someone else.

Presidential pile-ons matter when you’re the subject, not so much — actually scratch that, not at all — when let’s say Fox is the subject.

[Video cuts to several clips of President Obama repeatedly denigrating Fox News]

And everyone chuckled. Take it from me, taking truth to power can be powerfully unsettling if that power sets its sights on you and attacks you and dismisses you and ignores you.

It didn’t matter so much when it wasn’t about you before, CNN. Very different now that it’s you being singled out, CNN. Doesn’t seem very fair now, does it? The shabby treatment of your reporter’s not very nice now, is it?

That’s life, I guess, not fair often, not balanced. And now you’re experiencing what we have been living. Now you’re the ones royally “foxed.”

And the irony is I feel your pain. Now you never came to our defense so allow me to come to yours: you are better than Buzzfeed.

But the buzz is you’re getting fed to the wolves. Isn’t it obnoxious and unfair how some celebrate your plight? Kind of feels like the way you celebrated ours, doesn’t it?

They say payback’s a bitch. If only you would take a moment to rewind the tape and see the shoe is on the other foot. Or am I confusing it with the one now kicking you in the ass?


Are extremists preparing for violence to stop Trump?

| – JANUARY 6, 2017

The most radical extremists in the United States have launched a desperate battle plan against Donald Trump and his supporters in the last days before he takes office.

A group calling itself Refuse Fascism, led by the likes of domestic terrorist Bill Ayers and black Marxist Cornel West, are spearheading the final effort to block Trump’s inauguration and have taken out a full page ad in the New York Times declaring, “NO! In the name of humanity, we refuse to accept a fascist America!”

The ad goes on to lay out the plan of action to stop Trump, utilizing all of the predictable buzzwords and rhetoric necessary to justify acting “together outside normal channels,” and comparing the “Trump regime” to that of Hitler and the rise of Nazi Germany.

“The Trump Regime Must and Can Be Stopped Before It Starts!” reads the hysterical propaganda. “By any definition, Donald Trump is a fascist. He has put together a regime who will carry out this program, and worse.”

“Our anger must now become massive resistance—before Donald Trump is inaugurated and has the full reins of power in his hands. Should we fail to rise with determination and daring in our millions now to stop this, the consequences for humanity will be disastrous.”

Included in their plans is the goal to “fill the D.C. streets with millions,” beginning with the arrival of protestors during Martin Luther King weekend, January 14-16, to oppose “the white supremacist, American chauvinist, religiously bigoted character of this fascist movement and regime which draw forward everything thus far built and build further.”

In the week leading up to presidential inauguration, they are calling for “millions more [to] demonstrate in every major city and small town all over US and the world, demanding that Trump-Pence be prevented from taking office before January 20.”

Signatories to their ‘Call to Action’ include Ayers, West, Rosie O’Donnell, Ed Asner, CNN’s Marc Lamont Hill, and a slew of far-left actors, musicians, professors, Islamists, and activists.

While Americans may be more weary than wary of roving bands of “liberal celebrities” throwing tantrums over Donald Trump, no gang with Bill Ayers as a ringleader should be dismissed as irrelevant.

Ayers is a radical communist and former leader of the domestic terrorism organization, the Weather Underground, who were infiltrated by FBI informant, Larry Grathwohl, in the 1970s.

Grathwohl revealed the Weathermen’s stated goals of violently overthrowing the U.S. government and forcing dissenters into reeducation camps. They also planned to eliminate 25-30 million Americans by execution.

The Weathermen were largely university-educated intellectuals with high degrees and social status.

They realized their barbaric approach of bombing government buildings and murdering police officers was not going to be effective enough, so they formulated a new game plan, assimilating themselves into the education system and political positions as a means of subversion from inside the system.

Ayers once summarized the philosophy of the Weather Underground thusly: “Kill all the rich people. Break up their cars and apartments. Bring the revolution home, Kill your parents.”

He and his co-conspiring terrorist wife, Bernardine Dohrn, became professors at the University of Illinois and Northwestern University School of Law, respectively.

This is after they were on the FBI’s ‘Wantedlist, and before they helped launch the political career of Barack Obama.

The cast and crew of Refuse Fascism reads like a 21st Century reincarnation of the Weather Underground, and given the onslaught of threats against the life of Donald Trump and his supporters, acute scrutiny should be focused on this extremist group and all heads should be on a swivel in Washington D.C. from now on.

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Can We Trust Lying James Clapper On Russia Theory

Published on Jan 6, 2017

This is the same man whose WMD theory led to a war in Iraq and had no problem lying under oath about the NSA. Can we really take his assessment on Russia hacking at face value?

Pepito Rodriguez

Clapper is a traitor and the world will know the truth
Vidar Odinsson

No clapper you are the same lying bastard today as you were 13 years ago! PS. Why is a 75 year old in charge of anything but his incontinence pants?
Manley Nelson

Clapper acts as if lying about WMDs was just a little mistake that he had nothing to do with. How is he still working in “intelligence”?

I can’t wait to see the steaming pile of horse shit they pass off as evidence.
pooky marie

I swear these people are trying to start a war!!!! We voted for trump because we did not want to go war now that trump was elected they want to start the war and leave trump to take the fall these people need to be removed today! God help us all!!! I hope Putin is smart and does not fall for the trap!
Katie Secouler

they needed the time to make up FAKE documents…..
Jack Gerald

I say you could trust James Clapper just as much as the guy who signs his pay check.


President-elect’s tweets could harm country, Face the Nation panelist claims

| – JANUARY 2, 2017

An editor at the Washington Post is afraid Donald Trump will read Infowars then communicate a message to the American people that could “tank markets” or “invite an incursion.”

Appearing on Sunday’s Face the Nation, panelist and Washington Post editor Michael Gerson expressed his fear that President-elect Trump’s penchant for reading alternative media, namely, could result in catastrophe for the nation.

(13:52) The problem is not just a chaotic management theory, it’s actually a weird cycle by which he will stay on message for seven days and then all of the sudden, three in the morning, he reads Infowars and, you know, sends off a tweet and then goes off, and then everyone has to go to the family and say, ‘Can you get him back on the wagon?’ And then there’s another crisis – uh, process like this.

The presidency can’t work that way. You can tank markets. You can invite incursions. You can do a variety of things. And the manner in which he both manages and his lack of impulse control when it comes to his own message – I don’t know how that works in the presidency. It’s going to be fascinating.

Another member of the panel, Michele Norris of the Race Card Project, went on to lament the rise of technology and the media’s loss of influence, since Trump can now cut out the middleman and communicate directly to the people.

(2:20) In this country we’ve always assumed technology was a good thing, we embraced it, we assumed it was propelling us forward and that it would perhaps, even though it was displacing jobs, that it would make for a better society, a better flow of information.

I think we’re going to start to question that now on a lot of levels because of what it’s done to democracy, because certainly what it’s done to the level of American discourse.

And as journalists we have to learn how to operate in a world where there is no longer a common set of facts. People get their news in such a way that it usually affirms or confirms everything that they already believe. We have somebody that is about to occupy the Oval Office who is dismissing many of the publications that we work or have worked for and is trying to bypass us and go directly to the people. So as we try to explain the surreal universe we find ourselves almost in a room of fun house mirrors trying to figure out how to describe what’s going on.

The Atlantic’s David Frum added that Trump’s win and other similar victories throughout the world point toward a “crisis in democracy not like anything seen since World War II,” and went on to repeat disputed claims that the Russian government influenced the election and hand-selected Donald Trump as US president.

While the panel debated how paranoid they should be over Trump’s Twitter usage, his incoming Press Secretary Sean Spicer indicated the president-elect had no intention of giving up his social media habits.

“You know what, the fact of the matter is that, when he tweets, he gets results,” Spicer told ABC This Week’s Jonathan Karl on Sunday.

“You know, with all due respect, I think it freaks the mainstream media out that he has this following of over 45-plus million people that follow him on social media, that he can have a direct conversation,” Spicer added.

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| – JANUARY 2, 2017


This is better than porn

Russian hackers made me watch this

you’re great
Prince of Djibouti

My favourite video this year was the truth about black lives mater, you exposed them as a hateful racist bigoted group. And i loved how you put a clip of Thomas Sowell speaking about the impact of black gang subculture on black communities. That was your best video by far

PJW, you are the best.
Laura Happy

I was thinking how refugees would look like trying to get into Russia in winter
Scarlet  Pimpernel

Paul, you are fucking awesome. Can you do a report on the pedophiles in the British parliament please?