As the pieces come together like a shadowy jigsaw puzzle we are witnessing the vilest, vicious, blatant abuse of our constitution in history by a presidential candidate and her cohorts and the worst part of it is the mainstream media keeps silent on it and therefore are just as guilty of this abuse.
Never in history has a presidential candidate, like Hillary Clinton, fixed a primary to steal the nomination from her opponent. Then she and her cohorts in the DNC contacted Fusion GPS who hired a former Russian spy named Christopher Steele and pay him millions of dollars to create a fake, phony dossier filled with salacious lies about their opponent Donald Trump then used that dossier to spread those lies and get a FISA court order to wiretap and spy on an opponent (Trump). This makes Watergate look like child’s play. On top of that, she and nine other groups colluded with Russia to sell them 20% of our much-needed uranium for 145 million dollars which went to her foundation. They are the real Russian Collusion, not Trump. She is following Saul Alinsky’ s Rules for Radicals to the tee: 1)Find a target, isolate it and destroy it and 2) Accuse others of your faults. Hillary also has federal subpoenas, destroyed 30,000 subpoenaed e-mails using bleach bit and destroyed federally subpoenaed blackberries with hammers all which are criminal offenses. If she was a republican they would all be in jail now. The FBI under Comey and CIA have all covered for her. Comey even planned to exonerate her before an investigation.
Except for FOX News and two brave reporters who work for Circa News, John Solomon and Sara Carter, the rest of the media is all in Hillary’s pocket and are staying silent. Sara and John are putting their lives on the line exposing all of this corruption and criminality. They are truly the Bernstein and Woodward of this generation.
Instead of going after the guilty party the media chooses to go after Trump and protect Hillary. Fist they called him incompetent, then they called him racist now they are trying to use his supposed phrase of “shitholes” describing third world countries against him. They act so shocked that he would say something like this but then go into hyper-drive using the word themselves using it 195 times in one day. Wow, that’s 195 more times than the President said it in the meeting. In the contest for Most Offended News Network after President Trump reportedly referred to African nations as “s***hole” countries, CNN wins hands down.
NewsBusters staff combed through CNN transcripts on Nexis for the S-hole word in the 24 hours of January 12 – the first full day after The Washington Post reported the controversy – and found CNN staffers and CNN guests uncorked the profanity 195 times in one day.
That doesn’t count Saturday, Sunday or Monday. They could be headed for 1,000 by now. It also doesn’t count the amount of time they put the S-word on screen (sometimes twice, as you can see on Cuomo’s temporary prime time show.)
Compare that to Fox News Channel. Their curse count was zero. FNC told staff and guests not to say it.
Don Lemon’s show CNN Tonight used 33 S-bombs — 22 in the 10 pm hour, and another 11 at 11 pm. Lemon did everything but ask if the missing Malaysian jet vanished into an S-hole.
Lemon lectured “it was people from what he calls s$^*hole countries who built this country, who built the White House. Nothing that Donald Trump says can change that…” CNN Aired 195 Uses of ‘S&#^hole’ on Friday – Liberty Headlines
I guess he was referring to Michelle Obama’s narrative that the white house was built by slaves. Kudos to Fox News for not saying it. That shows you what a pathetic lowlife station CNN has become.
Keep in mind Trump’s alleged comment is just hearsay repeated by Dick Durbin and picked up by the destroy Trump media without verifying it. I believe Trump when he said the language was rough, but he did not use that term. If he was guilty of using that term he wouldn’t have suggested recording future meetings. The media is just jealous because Trump is succeeding in making America great again.