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Posted 11 February 2016 - 02:18 PM

Hillary vs. Trump - the Pattern of Press Bias

 

"wake up and spot the Zio"

(was previously entitled):

Hillary vs. Trump - look for the Zio (a little game)

 

There's a little game that I started playing.

 

I call it: Look for the Zionist

 

Everytime I see and article that praises Hillary, or criticizes Trump, I look for a Jewish writer,

or whether the article is published in Zio-controlled media, such as the NY Times

 

>>> KNOW WHO IS MANIPULATING YOU (so you can fight back)

 

We don't need guns to win against the evil PTB, just full information and some intelligence

 

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Link to here: http://tinyurl.com/Look4Zio

 

SCvM media: NYT, Huffpost, NY Daily News, L.A. Times, CNN, Google


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Posted 11 February 2016 - 02:20 PM

(here's an example on Hillary's side)

 

Hard Choices I used to hate Hillary. Now I’m voting for her.

 
 

 

(once you see the title and who wrote it, do you really need to read it??)

 

If you do, you will find lines like these:

 

I spent much of the 2008 Democratic primary season furious at both Clinton and the second-wave feminists who tried to guilt young women into voting for her. In Barack Obama, I thought, America had the chance to elect a transcendent figure, a person who promised so much more than the relentless triangulation of Bill Clinton’s disillusioning presidency. It was inexplicable to me that, presented with Obama, anyone could prefer Bill Clinton’s wife. Mocking Obama’s promise to unite the country, Hillary Clinton said then, “The skies will open, the light will come down, celestial choirs will be singing, and everyone will know we should do the right thing and the world will be perfect.” She didn’t just fail to inspire—she seemed to sneer at the whole idea of inspiration.

. . .

It is strange, then, to find myself, eight years later, not only rooting for Clinton, but feeling exasperated by her left-wing critics. I know their case against Clinton. I agree with a lot of it. I worry about what Clinton’s many flaws would mean for a potential presidency. Now, however, watching her be rejected by young people swept up in an idealistic political movement, I feel sadness instead of glee.

Partly, this is because circumstances have changed. The Clinton of 2008 was running for her husband’s third term, touting her record as first lady as a qualification. Since then, she’s carved out a distinct record as secretary of state. She is running as a continuation of the Obama administration; the fact that she’s married to Bill Clinton is almost immaterial.

 

Really?

Being Mrs Clinton is "immaterial"??

I think being a former first lady is her sole achievement, apart from lying to Congress to avoid prosecution for crimes she was involved in

 

She finished with this:

 

But the fact that Clinton is the first woman to have a conceivable chance of winning the presidency gives the contempt with which she is treated an extra sting. She’s contorted herself so many times to meet the shifting demands our culture makes of women in public life. I understand why so many now see her as someone who can’t be trusted. But I’ve also come to understand the forces that made her that way.

 

What a thoroughly shabby reason to vote for anyone !

(Has she never heard of Elizabeth Warren, or even Carly Fiorina... and any number of up-and-coming women who may be great in 4 years or 8 years)


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Posted 11 February 2016 - 02:36 PM

(here';s one on Trump's side)

 

Donald Trump May Not Be a Fascist, But He Is Leading Us Merrily Down That Path
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This post originally appeared on David Neiwert's blog

People who have studied the extremist right as a historical and sociopolitical phenomenon in depth are acutely aware of a simple truth: America has been very, very lucky so far when it comes to fascistic political movements.

And now, with the arrival of the Donald Trump 2016 phenomenon, that luck may be about to run out.

Nor is this phenomenon just a flash in the pan. Trump is the logical end result of an endless series of assaults on not just American liberalism, but on democratic institutions themselves, by the American right for many years. It is the long-term creep of radicalization of the right come home to roost.

Fascistic elements and tendencies have always been part of America's DNA. Indeed, it can be said that some of the worst traits of fascism in Europe were borrowed from their American exemplars - particularly the eliminationist tendencies, manifested first in the form of racial and ethnic segregation, and ultimately in genocidal violence.

Hitler acknowledged at various times his admiration for the American genocide against Native Americans, as well as the segregationist policies of the Jim Crow regime in the South

...

> http://www.huffingto..._b_8973768.html

 

Look how he brings in Hitler.

 

This is incredibly unfair to a man who has brought some essential issues into the political debate

 

And i think it just shows how much they fear Trump, because he looks liek he may have enough courage to one day point out the ELEPHANT IN THE ROOM:

the huge power of the Jewish lobby in American, and how it has ruined our country, and corrupted our politics

 

We need more and more people aware of this - so the YUGE issue that it is, can be brought front-and-center


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Posted 11 February 2016 - 04:06 PM

Herein David Duke nails down some of those questionable Zio connections

 

Donald Trump Ted Cruz Goldman Sachs and the Zionist Oligarchs

 

Conclusion: Cruz stinks !

Zio-criminals get off the hook thanks to Zio-judges.

 

Ladies and gents, our country has been compromised by tribalists

 

As Duke says: "when you control the media, you can get away with almost anything"


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Posted 15 February 2016 - 12:03 AM

MORE TRUTH Than he knows -

This Jewish supporter of Hillary thinks you will chuckle when you see this, and not gag.

 

Big and small, rumor and real - he lumps them all together

 

Opinion: All the terrible things Hillary Clinton has done — in one big list
 

Published: Feb 7, 2016

 

The so-called charges of the past 25 years are staggering

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Hillary Clinton looked bored at last year’s Benghazi hearing. That surely means she’s guilty of something, right?

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By

BrettArends
Columnist
 

DOVER, N.H. (MarketWatch) — I have a confession to make: I can’t keep up.

Am I supposed to hate Hillary Rodham Clinton because she’s too left-wing, or too right-wing? Because she’s too feminist, or not feminist enough? Because she’s too clever a politician, or too clumsy?

Am I supposed to be mad that she gave speeches to rich bankers, or that she charged them too much money?

 

I’m up here in New Hampshire watching her talk to a group of supporters, and I realized that I have been following this woman’s career for more than half my life. No, not just my adult life: the whole shebang. She came onto the national scene when I was a young man.

And for all that time, there has been a deafening chorus of critics telling me that she’s just the most wicked, evil, Machiavellian, nefarious individual in American history. She has “the soul of an East German border guard,” in the words of that nice Grover Norquist. She’s a “bitch,” in the words of that nice Newt Gingrich. She’s a “dragon lady.” She’s “Elena Ceaușescu.” She’s “the Lady Macbeth of Little Rock.”

Long before “Benghazi” and her email server, there was “Whitewater” and “the Rose Law Firm” and “Vince Foster.” For those of us following her, we were promised scandal after scandal after scandal. And if no actual evidence ever turned up, well, that just proved how deviously clever she was.

So today I’m performing a public service on behalf of all the voters. I went back and re-read all the criticisms and attacks and best-selling “exposés” leveled at Hillary Rodham Clinton over the past quarter-century. And I’ve compiled a list of all her High Crimes and Misdemeanors.

 

Here they are:

1. When she was first lady, she murdered White House lawyer Vince Foster and then dumped his body in a park.

2. She drove Vince Foster to commit suicide through her temper tantrums.

3. She was having an affair with Vince Foster.

4. She’s a lesbian.

5. Chelsea isn’t Bill Clinton’s child.

6. She murdered Vince Foster to cover up that she once bought a tract of undeveloped land in Arkansas and lost money.

7. She murdered Vince Foster to cover up her role in firing the White House travel department.

8. After she murdered Vince Foster, she ransacked his office in the middle of the night and stole all the documents proving her guilt.

9. When Bill Clinton was governor of Arkansas, she was a partner in the state’s top law firm, and it sometimes did work involving the state government.

10. She once invested in commodities futures on the advice of a friend and made $100,000, proving she’s a crook.

11. She once invested in real estate on the advice of another friend and lost $100,000, also proving she’s a crook.

12. Unnamed and unverifiable sources have told Peggy Noonan things about the Clintons that are simply too terrible to repeat.

13. The personnel murdered at Benghazi make her the first secretary of state to lose overseas personnel to terrorism — apart from Condi Rice, Colin Powell, Madeleine Albright, George Schultz, Dean Rusk and some others.

14. Four State Department staff were murdered at Benghazi, compared with only 119 others murdered overseas under every secretary of state combined since World War II.

15. She illegally sent classified emails from her personal server, except that apparently they weren’t classified at the time.

16. She may have cynically wriggled around the email law by “technically” complying with it.

17. She once signed a lucrative book contract when she was a private citizen.

18. Donald Trump says she “should be in jail,” and he’s a serial bankrupt casino developer in Atlantic City, so he should know.

19. Former House Majority Leader Tom Delay says his “law-enforcement sources” tell him she is “about to be indicted” — and if a man once convicted of money laundering and conspiracy doesn’t have good law-enforcement sources, who does?

20. She’s a hard-left radical who wants to break up the nuclear family.

21. She’s a conservative “mousewife” who refused to break up her own family.

22. She’s in favor of single moms.

23. She refused to be a single mom.

24. When she was first lady of Arkansas, she pandered to conservative voters by dyeing her hair.

25. Before that, she totally insulted them by refusing to.

26. She’s a frump.

27. She spends too much money on designer dresses.

28. She has “cankles.”

29. She has a grating voice.

30. She yells into the microphone.

31. She spent 18 years in Arkansas and some of the people she knew turned out to be crazy rednecks and crooks.

32. She’s in the pay of the mafia.

33. She’s in the pay of the Chinese government.

34. She’s in the pay of the Wall Street banks.

35. In order to suppress the billing records from her time at the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, she cleverly packed them up and took them to the White House rather than shredding them.

36. When she handed over the documents to public officials, they couldn’t find any evidence she’d committed any crimes, so she must have doctored them.

37. Congress spent tens of millions of dollars and six years investigating her investment in the Whitewater real-estate project, and, while they didn’t actually find anything, they wouldn’t have spent all that money if there weren’t something there.

38. By cleverly hiding all evidence of her crimes in the Whitewater affair, she caused Congress to waste all that taxpayers’ money.

39. When she ran for senator of New York, she was still a fan of the Chicago Cubs.

40. She once said the Clintons were thinking of adopting a child, and they didn’t follow through.

41. She was photographed holding her hand near her mouth during the raid that killed Osama bin Laden.

42. She’s got brain damage.

43. She’s old.

44. She’s really ambitious and calculating, unlike all the other people running for president.

45. She secretly supported Palestinian terrorists, Puerto Rican terrorists and Guatemalan terrorists.

46. She secretly supported a group that wants to give Maine back to the Indians.

47. She’s a secret follower of “radical prophet” Saul Alinsky.

48. She did her law degree at Yale, and it’s a well-known “socialist finishing school.”

49. When she was young, she did things to build up her résumé rather than just for their own good.

50. When Bill was president, she “allowed” him to keep people waiting.

51. She’s married to a sex addict.

52. She’s an enemy of traditional marriage.

53. She didn’t divorce her husband.

54. His philandering is her fault because she is too strong, and too weak, and too frumpy, and too fat, and too cold.

55. She’s hostile to women who fool around with her husband.

56. A divorced taxi driver in Florida told me that if Hillary is elected president, “women will take over everything.”

57. She insulted Tammy Wynette.

58. When they left the White House, she and Bill bought a big house in New York that they couldn’t afford.

59. She sometimes calls her staff during dinner, even when they’re out at a restaurant.

60. She claimed there was a “vast right-wing conspiracy” against her husband, and it turned out there was nothing but a bunch of tycoons financing private investigators, and some fake think tanks and books and news sites and stuff.

61. When she got married, she didn’t “stay at home and bake cookies.”

62. She supported the Iraq war because she’s a secret foreign-policy conservative.

63. She’s a secret foreign-policy radical with a plan to impose worldwide “radical social experimentation” through the World Bank.

64. She is secretly plotting to let children sue their parents for making them take out the garbage.

65. She looked bored during the Benghazi hearings.

66. Oh, yeah — and she totally has a vagina.

It’s clear: Hillary must be stopped. Hearings now!

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> http://www.marketwat...?Link=obnetwork

 

Yes, Hillary must be stopped.

This is an old technique of lumping real issues with phony ones, to minimize them

The 2-3 most important REAL reasons from his list are reason enough... and he missed plenty

The joke is on us, because not enough people are paying attention

 

Here's another good reason to vote against her:

Utter Zio scum, like Brett Arends, and more wealthy Zios who support Israel First, want Hillary as President.

Her top 7 donors are all Jewish, and she never saw a war she did not like.

 

Here's the sort of back-handed smear that Mr Arends specializes in:

18. Donald Trump says she “should be in jail,” and he’s a serial bankrupt casino developer in Atlantic City, so he should know.


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Posted 19 February 2016 - 04:59 AM

MEDIA SPIN - they are selling their favored soap through photos

 

WHERE do you suppose this headline and photo appeared?

 

Hillary Clinton, Shifting Line of Attack, Paints Bernie Sanders as a One-Issue Candidate

 

FEB. 13, 2016

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Hillary Clinton at a campaign stop Saturday in Las Vegas. She said Senator Bernie Sanders’s relentless focus on Wall Street ignored other issues that would improve the lives of Americans.

 

> source

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Compare - the story on this other candidate from the same media source

 

Donald Trump Fires Back at Sharp Rebuke by Pope Francis

 

FEB. 18, 2016

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Donald J. Trump, signing an autograph in South Carolina on Thursday.

Polls suggest that the state’s primary contest is tightening

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> source

 

This looks like blatant mis-reporting to me, and it leaves me pretty disgusted

 

Let's see if this is genuine honest reporting, or an attempt to influence the vote in SC through the "bandwagon":effect.

 

The reality so far seems to be that big spending is NOT helping candidates, and may be hurting them

 

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Money isnt helping the rented politicians, and maybe a spun-media will not help them either.

People are waking up, and rebelling against the usual machinations


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Posted 19 February 2016 - 11:33 AM

The brainwashing is non-ending

Guess who... is trying this Title on... and talking about Fear

 

New York Times  - ‎1 hour ago‎
.      
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. - Republicans in South Carolina have in recent years raced ahead of the national party in presenting an inclusive face to voters:
Since 2010, the state has elected an Indian-American governor and the country's only black Republican ...
. . .

The fear among Republican leaders here is that a smashing victory for Mr. Trump would say more about the party, and about the state, potentially undermining South Carolina’s image as a more welcoming place that is no longer defined by figures like Strom Thurmond, the former segregationist presidential candidate who served in the Senate until 2003.

 

Former Gov. David M. Beasley, a Republican who sought unsuccessfully to bring down the Confederate flag during his single term in office, said Mr. Trump’s campaign had given voice to a “serious sense of frustration” in the state. But he said the Trump message was not a fair approximation of South Carolina values.

“It does not reflect South Carolina,” said Mr. Beasley, who has not endorsed a candidate in the race. He added, “Trump has been very divisive, and it’s a strategy that he has taken to be, clearly, a non-establishment candidate.”

 

(the photo shown with the article by the spinning NYT, makes it look like Trump has few supporters, only old white men.)

 

> By-For-and-About... : http://www.nytimes.c...image.html?_r=0

 

I wonder if the good people of SC appreciate the "New York values" of the NYT (like: Israel First, second and third)


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Posted 19 February 2016 - 11:54 AM

Huffpost was another source of anti-Trump spin

 

(remember this ridiculous policy:

Huffington Post is going to cover Trump as entertainment, not politics

- how can any take Huffpost seriously after that big misfire?

They switched back in December)

 

.
Huffington Post  - ‎7 hours ago‎        

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) on Thursday blasted Republican Donald Trump's anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant rhetoric and called out the racism implied in birther claims by Trump and other Republicans that President Barack Obama is Muslim and wasn't born ..

 

Maybe Huffpost should start a Satanic Evil section,

and cover Hillary and Bush in that section !


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Posted 19 February 2016 - 12:28 PM

CONTRAST - Look at the Top 3 Trump stories in the DuckDuckGo search engine:

 

The NBC poll results seem very much an outlier to me!

 

Poll: Trump surges over GOP field, Clinton locked in virtual ...
Donald Trump has surged to new heights in the Republican primary race, building a 2-1 national lead over the rest of the field, according to a new ...
Donald Trump Falls Behind Ted Cruz in National NBC/WSJ Poll
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has fallen behind Ted Cruz in the national GOP horserace, according to a brand-new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

CBS News poll: Trump maintains commanding lead over GOP field ...

Donald Trump (35 percent) continues to hold a commanding lead over the rest of the field, with a 17 point lead over his closest rival, Texas Senator Ted Cruz (18 ...
 
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Let's see what happens in SC tomorrow

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Posted 21 February 2016 - 05:49 AM

May be there will not be the same push to WW3, if Trump wins

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New York Times  - ‎1 hour ago‎        
In his emotional seven-minute farewell to a Republican Party that elevated his father and brother to the White House, there were two words that a choked-up Jeb Bush could not bring himself to utter: “Donald Trump.” ...

It was a stunning turn for the man who a year ago embodied all the qualities that his party’s elders imagined Republican voters wanted in a president: civility, experience, pedigree and tolerance.

They were wrong.

. . .

Now, with Mr. Bush’s exit, the Republican establishment confronts an urgent decision: Either destroy Mr. Trump or embrace him.

There are plenty of vulnerabilities to exploit if his opponents can summon the will and the muscle.

 

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Obviously, it would not occur to the NYT to write, that the voters are fed up with: lies, false flags, and persistent Wars-for-Israel

 

... as well as the manipulations from Zionist-controlled media, like the NY Times

 

Exeunt Scvm, let's try the brash truth-teller... for a real change


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Posted 21 February 2016 - 06:52 AM

This article is pretty obnoxious - written by one of the usual suspects, and in the Zio-owned Huffpost (huff-and-puff post?)

 

Donald Trump Facing Off Against Bernie Sanders Is The Joker vs. Robin Hood
 
Trump won South Carolina, and Sanders held strong in Nevada. Their results show American political centrism is slowly dying.
 
(No, Howard Fineman, it is American enslavement to the globalists that is slowly dying)
 
02/20/2016 07:38 pm
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Donald Trump supporters cheer on the candidate during a speech.

COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Two women, members of what President Richard Nixon used to call “The Silent Majority,”  symbolize the earthquake that is American politics in 2016.

Kelly Raucci, a 38-year-old private investigator and Donald Trump supporter from Charleston, S.C., gave me the best (if crudest) explanation I’ve heard yet for the political rise of the authoritarian, xenophobic New York billionaire.

“This country needs an enema; This WORLD needs an enema!” she declared to me as she headed into a Trump rally at a convention center in North Charleston Friday night.

She was echoing the famous line that The Joker, played by Jack Nicholson, shouts in the 1989 movie “Batman.”

“We need to shake everything up. Politics and politicians have ruined it all. Nobody in the world respects us. Trump says what is on people’s minds and can get things done. He’s a businessman who knows how to help business.”

So: Trump as the Joker, terrorizing Gotham and out-of-towners alike.

X
Less than two weeks ago, at the Palace Theater in downtown Manchester, New Hampshire, a 44-year-old Bernie Sanders supporter named Darlene gave me the best explanation I’ve heard yet for the rise of a rare type in American politics: a “democratic socialist,” and a 74-year-old one at that. 

“I have a college degree and the only work I can get is as a waitress at a restaurant downtown,” she told me. “But I’ve still got a lot of college loans, which I can’t afford; I’ve got crappy health care and I’m trying to pay for my son to go to public university and it is $30,000 a year! I really need the kind of help that Bernie is talking about.

“I don’t want to raise taxes but I want the billionaires to pay their REAL fair share, which is what Bernie says. I need help on my loans and on health care and on my son’s education. I can’t be a single mother and a provider without it. And no other politician has the guts to say what Bernie is saying.”

So: Bernie as Robin Hood, taking from a Sherwood Forest of Wall Street billionaires, and giving to struggling Americans. Even though he lost in Nevada, and could well lose next week in South Carolina, he's pushed Hillary Clinton to the left and has the money and support to fight to the bitter end.

And it will be bitter.

 

> http://www.huffingto...4b0ec6725e2dbd1

 

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This type of obnoxious spin is what has to be overcome, if we are to throw off the forces pushing us towards WW3,

and more Wars-for-Israel's benefit

 

Who owns Huff-and-Puff?

On February 7, 2011, AOL acquired the mass market[10]Huffington Post for US$315 million.

2015-present: Purchase by Verizon Communications

On May 12, 2015, Verizon announced plans to buy AOL for $50 per share in a deal valued at $4.4 billion.


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Posted 21 February 2016 - 05:24 PM

No wonder the Zios fear him -- and Hate him !!!

 

Infowars saw a Sea-change, in Trump's willingness to mention 911 at the debate

 

In this empassioned statement, Alex Jones talks about THE RETURN OF THE MAN
 

(it is about time, that people had the courage to take on the media's manufactured lies)

 

Full Show - Why Donald Trump Is An American Hero - 02/18/2016

 

Trump (at 29 minutes) : "You'll find out who did 911

It was not Iraq who did it ... You may find out it was the Saudis"

 

What a clever way to say this!  Without attacking any sacred cows, he says it may be the Saudis ...or someone else (ISRAEL?)


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Posted 22 February 2016 - 11:43 PM

Look : fair reportage... no nasty picture

 

Then again, it is not: NYT, Huffpost, CNN, ...

 

Trump Lands In Las Vegas, Latest Polls +20
Justin Holcomb | Feb 22, 2016
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Republican frontrunner Donald Trump landed in Las Vegas Monday morning where he plans to seal a victory in the Nevada caucus.  

The latest poll numbers from February show Donald Trump leading 45 to 19 in a CNN/ORC poll, and 39 to 23 in the Gravis poll.  Marco Rubio averages 19 percent of the vote in Nevada.

Trump has long a long history with Vegas and its distinct bravado, especially in the sport of boxing.  Apparently in the 1980s, mainstream boxing was only held in Las Vegas, but Trump challenged that notion and held many prime time fights in his Caesars Palace hotel.

John Lepak wrote:

Trump brought his knack for dealmaking to the Boardwalk and in less than one year’s time, he was the dominate player in boxing, eclipsing the longtime ruler of the boxing empire, Caesars Palace. In 1985, the Trump Era officially began with Trump Castle and with it, also ended the state luxury tax as well as cutting the remaining event tax by 50%. By May of 1986, with the Trump Plaza up and running only three months later, the property hosted a young Mike Tyson vs. Jose Ribalta for a modest site fee of $100,000 in the ballroom, broadcast on HBO.

Donald Trump is criticized for basically anything he ever did or said in his past.  The critics analyze ten second sound bites from 30 plus years ago and are not afraid to use it against him.  Unfortunately, the media rarely mentions any of his past challenges and risks, most of which he won.  It seems as though in this new age, success is measured by your ability to become a politician and make a career of it.

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>    http://townhall.com/.../draft-n2123024


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Posted 24 February 2016 - 05:32 AM

The NYT continues its slanted reporting

 

/ their motto should be: "By, For, and About... Zionists for Israel" /

 

Donald Trump Wins Nevada Caucuses, Collecting Third Straight Victory

 

Donald J. Trump was declared the winner of the Nevada caucuses on Tuesday night, according to The Associated Press, gaining a third consecutive victory in an early-voting state and strengthening his position in the Republican presidential race before the wave of Super Tuesday elections on March 1.

 

Turnout in Nevada was reported high compared with previous caucuses. Mr. Trump was seen as a favorite going into the contest, but his victory still serves as a setback for his chief competitors, Senators Ted Cruz of Texas and Marco Rubio of Florida, who must now try to break Mr. Trump’s winning streak in the larger states that vote in the coming weeks.

For Mr. Trump, the outcome in Nevada is another sign of his campaign’s durability and the breadth of his appeal: He has now handily won primary elections in New England and in the South, and a caucus fight in the far West. He won over independent voters in New Hampshire and evangelicals in South Carolina, and prevailed in Nevada, where Mormon voters and rural activists wield influence.

 

This latest triumph may only encourage Mr. Trump in the brash campaign style* that has alienated many Republican officials and mainstream voters. In the two days leading up to the Nevada caucuses, Mr. Trump called Mr. Cruz a liar and threatened to deliver vicious attacks on Mr. Rubio as well.

 

At a rally in Las Vegas on Monday evening, Mr. Trump ridiculed a protester in his audience and told supporters that he would have liked to “punch him in the face.”

 

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> http://www.nytimes.c...s-gop.html?_r=0

 

*(Won't it discourage Ted Cruz, in his lying and manipulative campaign style, and

Marco Rubio in his sellout-to-the-establishment style?  Though you won't hear this from the NYT.

The reporting is so slanted, it is disgusting... for newspaper with such a storied reputation.)


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Posted 24 February 2016 - 06:22 AM

Another smear from the NYT:

 

New York Times  - ‎10 hours ago‎        
Exit poll data from the South Carolina primary revealed that nearly half the Republicans who turned out on Saturday wanted undocumented immigrants to be deported immediately.
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Intolerance, eh?  (not awareness of the adverse impact of excessive illegal immigration)
Should we measure Hillary's supporters for Tolerance of lying ??
The NYT's bias and spin runs thick and deep and is too obvious

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Posted 25 February 2016 - 11:36 PM

These people seem to have no limits to the spin and propaganda they will use to further their selfish interests

 

NYT Reporter "Calls" For Killing Trump

 

The Zio want to establish laws limiting hate speech (& especially criticism of crimes by Israel)

Can't we jail a few of these scvms... before scrapping these laws?

.

NY Times Columnist: Trump Campaign Ends When He's Dead!

 

The NYT is happy to publish hate speech as long as it supports their agenda


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Posted 26 February 2016 - 04:53 AM

Did you hear the joke about the Klansmen who campaigned for Trump

 

Yeah, they showed up at rally wearing KKK gear...

 

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... and carrying signs in support of Trump

 

Reuters and other Zio-owned news services transmitted the photos, saying that these showed

the sorts of people who support Trump.

 

(Only, they did not notice that the man holding the sign hand black hands.)

 

What are the odds than anyone would believe it?  About Zero, right?

Except that Reuters really expected people to fall for this.  The elites who oppose Trump must be getting desperate

The 2016 looks set to become more dirty even than Nixon's CREEP campaign, which included the Watergate burglaries


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Posted 26 February 2016 - 01:24 PM

CNN - the Clinton News Network

The set-up here is so blatant that is disgusts me

 

- But the Donald, as usual, stand up to it very well

 

Donald Trump Full DEBATE HIGHLIGHTS at CNN GOP Debate (02/25/2016)

 

Apparently the Hispanic interviewer spoke Spanish to one of the Cuban candidates

(this is America!  Did you get that yet? )


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Posted 27 February 2016 - 01:58 AM

The NY Daily News is also participating in the smear campaign

 

(In reponse to :

'Donald Trump endorsed by former KKK leader David Duke: 'I hope he does everything we hope he will do.'
http://www.nydailyne...ticle-1.2543847

- this was posted):

.

DD was in the KKK over 40 years ago!

Bernie Sanders was on a Communist kibbutz at about the same time

(What different and unusual causes was anyone here - or anywhere - supporting four decades ago?)

"Listen to what DD has to say in his own words"
Found it !
Here's the podcast with the so-called endorsement:
> ( 2-25-2016 podcast, see link, below)

Here's a follow-up where he reacted to the News reports, and explained his involvement in the KK Klan, and why he moved away from it
> ( 2-26-2016 podcast)
"Today Dr. Duke responded to a New York Daily News article that tried to smear Donald Trump by pointing out Dr. Duke's support for his candidacy. The article called both Trump and his radio audience "racists," which is pretty ripe considering the newspaper and its publisher's dedication to the Jewish supremacist State of Israel.

Dr. Duke and Dr. Slattery also deconstructed last night's Republican debate. While it was largely a shouting match and insult festival, significantly Trump insisted on acting as a neutral broker in pushing for an unlikely but very desirable peace in the Middle East, which predictably brought the wrath of Cruz and Rubio for not unquestioningly supporting Israel in all its atrocities."
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LINK: http://www.renseradi...ives.com/dduke/

I find that DD speaks sense about some taboo issues. And I agree with him that most of the mainstream media seems dominated by one agenda, and is brainwashing its readers, listeners, and viewers


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Posted 28 February 2016 - 10:59 PM

When did you stop beating your wife?

 

This is the WORST sort of smear from CNN (the Clinton News Network) based on the Headline:

CNN  - ‎3 hours ago‎        

Washington (CNN) Donald Trump stumbled into a racially charged controversy Sunday, saying in an interview on CNN that he didn't know enough to disavow former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard David Duke

 

Trump's response makes sense -

But CNN wants Trump to simply assume (without research) that Dr Duke is the villain that the controlled--media has said he is.

Duke left the KKK 40 years ago, and since then has earned a doctorate, and been a member of congress, and run for President

Calling him " former Ku Klux Klan grand wizard" is something like hate speech; and may be actionable by DD.

 

This is why the press needs to be rebooted for being:

 

+ Biased (towards a certain Agenda)

+ Controlled (by a narrow group of people)

+ Promotional of political correctness and "received opinions"

 

And has lost the plot when it comes to reporting real news.


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