Democrats are daring President Trump to fire Mueller and Rosenstein. Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha (inhales) hahahahahahahahaha. (Snip)Let´s get this impeachment over with, once and for all. Schiff is such a liar that he could work for CNN. Lieu is only an MSNBC-level prevaricator. Impeach, try him, vote, and see how the public reacts.President Trump should call their childish bluff and just fire Mueller and Rosenstein.
Comments: Article is based upon the Breitbart article (linked) in which newbie Rep. Lieu, with creepy Rep. Schiff seconding, taunted President Trump regarding firing Mueller and Rosenstein. Threatened impeachment.
Trump needs to start a reality show where each week he releases information on the deep state, (past admin and the far left folks) from the oval office. Declassify it on the air live and then read it to the public. Maybe that will shut the left up for a while.
If PDJT actually did this the "reasonable" pols would be aghast. The President´s supporters like me are fed up with reasonable. The dems are not the loyal opposition they are just the over the top opposition. I think it is time for the majority party to stop being polite and start playing hard ball. Our republic deserves it and expects nothing less. Get on with it!
However it may be more effective if every candidate for public office had to stand alone without a prompter in public and repeat the US Constitution word for word Follow that BY explain how he or she understands every line. It all should be recorded and made public . Then the voters can know if they agree enough to vote them into office. If the candidate refuses ban him or her from the election.
The battle lines have been so sharply drawn, in what is now a bloodless civil war for direction of U.S. public policy, that the two sides cannot really communicate with each other. (Snip) But it is impossible to receive a serious hearing from a Never Trumper for a pro-Trump argument, and the pro-Trumpers are generally convinced of the discreditable motives of the Never Trumpers. There is now unfolding what must be the last civilized debate about the trajectory of events in Washington before the civil war moves from the heavy and frequent skirmishing that has intensified since the election to
Bob Dreyfuss’s profile of White House aide Sebastian Gorka in Rolling Stone is an impressive feat of scholarship, compiling every lie about the former Breitbart News editor in one place. It is a useful service for the ideologically addled and the functionally illiterate, who like their propaganda served straight-up, undiluted by the cold ice water of reality. Students of cheap partisan smear jobs need look no further, for Rolling Stone has perfected the genre. Dreyfuss does not seem to have done any original research, but recycles work done by other hacks (Snip) He cribs shamelessly from the left-wing Forward, which
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The reason journalists as a trade missed the biggest election in their lifetimes last November is they relied on polls instead of shoe leather to read the mood of the nation. Numbers failed the, so their answer is to double down on numbers.A new journalism program shows how the press is determined to get the story wrong again. From Forbes: Columbia Journalism School is rolling out a new master’s degree in data journalism.(Snip)The director of the data journalism program, Giannina Segnini, writes that the Trump administration’s relationship with the media makes such expensive degrees necessary: “Journalists are facing the challenge
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