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Hillary vs. Trump - the Pattern of Press Bias

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Have a LOOK AT this "Halo" Portrait of Hillary:





This is in the WSJ (controlled by Zionist, Rupert Murdock) - and goes with this story:

Wall Street Journal - ‎29 minutes ago‎
WASHINGTON—The State Department completed its release of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's email archive on Monday, making public the final batch of her online correspondence.
Maybe this image would be more accurate
(how the same story was reported elsewhere):
At least 2079 Clinton emails contain classified material
McClatchy Washington Bureau-7 hours ago

According to the Republican National Committee, 2,063 emails were found to contain classified information on “foreign relations or foreign activities of the United States, including confidential sources;” 1,478 were found to contain classified “foreign government information” and 28 emails were found to contain classified information on “intelligence activities (including covert action), intelligence sources or methods, or cryptology;” and 4 emails were found to contain classified information on “vulnerabilities or capabilities of systems, installations, infrastructures, projects, plans, or protection services relating to the national security.”


Three weeks ago, the State Department designated 22 of previously reviewed emails “top secret” – the first time it has deemed any of Clinton’s emails to be classified at a level that can cause “exceptionally grave” damage to national security if disclosed. The 22 emails will not be released to the public. The department is releasing other classified emails with some redactions.

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So far:

Donald J. Trump wins Alabama, Massachusetts, Tennessee and Georgia.

Hillary Clinton wins in Virginia and Georgia. Bernie Sanders wins in Vermont



(typical slanted image from the NYT):

8:08 pm ETTue Mar 01 2016 20:08:38 GMT-0800 (Pacific Standard Time)



Mark Jennings, left, Tommy Shaw, Chuck Sanders and Perry Hooper prayed before eating pizza on Tuesday at a returns watch party in Montgomery, Ala.


Misleading headline:

"Donald J. Trump and Senator Marco Rubio were locked in a battle for first and second place in the Virginia Republican primary on Tuesday, according to the exit poll."


And they said this about Rubio:

"Mr. Rubio won support from women, college graduates, higher-income voters, moderates, late deciders, and residents of the Washington suburbs. He was also favored by those who prioritized wining in November and experience in politics...."


I am sure that Trump's followers are celebrating - look at the figures that the NYT reported


STATE---- Trump: Cruz: Rubio Reporting
Georgia---- 46% 22% 21% 06%
Massachu. 42 10 20 01
Texas------ 00 00 00 00
Vermont--- 35 10 19 10
Virginia---- 37 17 30 63

Here's the image they show for little Marco:




Yet, Rubio is being crushed like an empty beer can - and losing even in VA.

In many states, Trump beats the combined Votes of the Cubanos


> http://www.nytimes.com/live/super-tuesday-2016-elections/

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Would Hillary ever get press coverage like this?:

( I can dream, I suppose )




> that's from USA News : http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/politics/onpolitics/2016/03/01/chris-christie-donald-trump-rally/81187404/


I don't suppose CC is used to playing second fiddle.

But those captions are (obviously) an attempt by the establishment to control the narrative.


Is it fair?

I am sure they do not care about being fair

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Gordon P Duff, of VT, is an Arch democrat who doesnt like Trump much


(can he possibly prefer Hillary? The mind boggles)


What Trumpism means for democracy

If Donald Trump secures the Republican nomination – an increasingly likely prospect – the party will implode and the US will cease to be a constitutional republic in all but name. Not that any of that will matter to Trump



‘Trumpism is not a program or an ideology. It is an attitude that feeds off of widespread anger and alienation.’ Illustration: Vin Ganapathy for the Guardian


Whether or not Donald Trump ultimately succeeds in winning the White House, historians are likely to rank him as the most consequential presidential candidate of at least the past half-century.

He has already transformed the tone and temper of American political life. If he becomes the Republican nominee, he will demolish its structural underpinnings as well. Should he prevail in November, his election will alter its very fabric in ways likely to prove irreversible. Whether Trump ever delivers on his promise to “Make America Great Again,” he is already transforming American democratic practice.

In contrast to the universally reviled Martin Shkreli, however, Trump has cultivated a mass following that appears impervious to his missteps, miscues, and misstatements.

What Trump actually believes – whether he believes in anything apart from big, splashy self-display – is largely unknown and probably beside the point. Trumpism is not a program or an ideology. It is an attitude or pose that feeds off of, and then reinforces, widespread anger and alienation.


> MORE: http://www.veteranstoday.com/2016/03/02/what-trumpism-means-for-democracy/


America is already angry, at the way that ordinary people's wishes have been left behind -

as the elites go on fightng wars that benefit no one but Israel and the weapon makes.

Trump has tapped into that anger better than anyone else.


I too, am waiting to hear more about his plans and policies. Supporting Hillary is unthinkable to those who want real change

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A NEW LOW in Trump campaign reporting? (this in the New Yorler)


Super Tuesday Results: The Trump Nightmare Continues By John Cassidy Trump-Super-Tuesday-2-690x431-1456926627

Donald Trump, backed by his former rival Chris Christie, tried to present himself as serious and Presidential after scoring several Super Tuesday victories. Credit Photograph by Scott Audette / AP



As a former reality-TV star, Donald Trump knows the importance of having a good set. So, for his proto-Presidential news conference after the polls closed on Super Tuesday, he chose a large, ornate room within the confines of his exclusive Mar-a-Lago resort, in Palm Beach, where the membership fee is reportedly a hundred thousand dollars a year. On seeing the room, with its gilded panels, carved chairs, and huge chandeliers, Fox News’s Carl Cameron described it as “somewhere between the East Room of the White House and the Palace of Versailles.”


When Cameron made this remark, which was early in the night, there was still the possibility that Trump’s gambit would backfire. Had he been forced to explain why his predicted sweep or near-sweep of the ten Super Tuesday states had failed to materialize, the press conference could have been ugly for him. But things turned out well for Trump—as has happened most days since last June 16th, when he announced his Presidential candidacy, at Trump Tower.


Shortly after 9:30 P.M., Eastern Time, Chris Christie stepped up to the lectern, in his new role as Trump’s endorser and warm-up act, and said, “Tonight is the beginning of Donald Trump bringing the Republican Party together for a big victory this November.” By then, Trump had already been declared the winner in Alabama, Georgia, Massachusetts, Tennessee, and Virginia. (Subsequently, he added Arkansas and Vermont to his tally.) Ted Cruz had been named the winner in Oklahoma and in Texas, his home state. (He would later take Alaska.) Marco Rubio, who spent the past six days describing Trump as a con artist with an oversized ego and undersized hands, hadn’t won a state. (Later on, he won the Minnesota caucus.)


“Ladies and gentlemen,” Christie concluded, “let me introduce you to the next President of the United States, Donald Trump.” For some inexplicable reason, the Earth didn’t open up and swallow the New Jersey governor, who not so long ago described Trump as a “carnival barker” and said that his plan to prevent Muslims from entering the United States was “ridiculous.” Nor did the gods strike Christie down with a thunderbolt. Instead, Trump stepped up to take his place, and he quickly made it clear that, on this night, he was trying to present himself as serious and Presidential.


Speaking in an unusually low voice, he congratulated Cruz on his win in Texas, then offered his “We’re going to make America great again” line, twice in rapid succession and then a third time, saying, “ ‘Make America great again’ is going to be much better than ‘Make America whole again.’ ” The latter slogan is one of Hillary Clinton’s new applause lines...


. MORE: http://www.newyorker.com/news/john-cassidy/super-tuesday-results-the-trump-nightmare-continues


In retaliation:

Hillary's slogan should be: "WE are going to swallow America whole again."

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Interesting to see him saying this.


Roger Stone has said that Newt Gingrich might be a good VP choice for Trump.


I never would have thought that.

I would prefer someone like Cynthia McKinnon or Jessie Ventura, who are true outsiders.

Or maybe a military man (or woman)


/ In fact, I wonder who is the highest ranking woman in the military, who ha political savvy?

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- ‎22 minutes ago‎

Here's a quick rundown of who has compared the Republican frontrunner to Nazi leader Adolf Hitler since Friday. It started Friday night, with Bill Maher on HBO's “Real Time.

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Newt Gingrich says... Trump was never initiated into the secret societies


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BBC is also in on the game / spinning its photo-journalism


Is this Hillary's best-ever among recent photos? (maybe, but it shows the wrinkles)_88650292_compositeht.jpg


In the photo the BBC chose: Trump looks angry and defeated - though he won BOTH big states.

Hillary won one, and is still neck-and-neck with Sanders in the second.

> elsewhere you can read: "Sen. Bernie Sanders leads in early returns."

Who is happier today?


The article that went with it, read in part:


Donald Trump has won two more states, Michigan and Mississippi, in his bid for the White House.

Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton won her party's primary in Mississippi, but her battle with Bernie Sanders in Michigan is too close to call.

The Republicans are also voting in Idaho and Hawaii.

The four state contests on Tuesday help choose the candidates from each party who will compete in November's presidential election.

Billionaire businessman Mr Trump is well ahead in the all-important delegate count, but a poor debate performance and some recent losses to Texas Senator Ted Cruz have raised questions about the solidity of his lead.

Election results - as they come in

Could Trump's vulgarity cost him?

> http://www.bbc.com/news/election-us-2016-35760148

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Great - The Young Turks are now willing to go after someone who ...


behaves like a B.I.T.C.H. (Bitter Individual That Came from the H*ll)

They mentioned that HRC has an attack machine - which had gone after Bernie


How Hillary's Campaign Manipulates The Press


Published on Mar 8, 2016

How do the Democratic campaign attack machines work? Hillary Clinton's campaign machinery is examined. Ana Kasparian, Cenk Uygur, John Iadarola and Ben Mankiewicz of The Young Turks discuss. Do you agree with TYT's opinion? Tell us what you think in the comment section below.


Is it really: "politics well-played" ???

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That video is doing well - a lot of hits in less than two days


Maybe Richard C Hoagland is right, and Michigan with be the breakthrough primary for Bernie



Hillary disgusts me... almost as much as the Corporate-Scum-Media

Why can people not see her lies, and inauthenticity?

It is so obvious to me and many others


What a contrast between this debate - and the set-up and attack job on Fox

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They Make It Up, .,..so unconnected is the MSM with real people


(note the surname if the writer)


Millions of ordinary Americans support Donald Trump. Here's why

Thomas Frank


Let us now address the greatest American mystery at the moment: what motivates the supporters of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump?


I call it a “mystery” because the working-class white people who make up the bulk of Trump’s fan base show up in amazing numbers for the candidate, filling stadiums and airport hangars, but their views, by and large, do not appear in our prestige newspapers. On their opinion pages, these publications take care to represent demographic categories of nearly every kind, but “blue-collar” is one they persistently overlook. The views of working-class people are so foreign to that universe that when New York Times columnist Nick Kristof wanted to “engage” a Trump supporter last week, he made one up, along with this imaginary person’s responses to his questions.

. . .

Last week, I decided to watch several hours of Trump speeches for myself. I saw the man ramble and boast and threaten and even seem to gloat when protesters were ejected from the arenas in which he spoke. I was disgusted by these things, as I have been disgusted by Trump for 20 years. But I also noticed something surprising. In each of the speeches I watched, Trump spent a good part of his time talking about an entirely legitimate issue, one that could even be called leftwing.


Yes, Donald Trump talked about trade. In fact, to judge by how much time he spent talking about it, trade may be his single biggest concern – not white supremacy. Not even his plan to build a wall along the Mexican border, the issue that first won him political fame. He did it again during the debate on 3 March: asked about his political excommunication by Mitt Romney, he chose to pivot and talk about … trade.

It seems to obsess him: the destructive free-trade deals our leaders have made, the many companies that have moved their production facilities to other lands, the phone calls he will make to those companies’ CEOs in order to threaten them with steep tariffs unless they move back to the US.


> http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/mar/07/donald-trump-why-americans-support


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This just goes to show that these mainstream idiot journos, sit in their zio-circles so far away from where and how real American live... I mean those Americans who are not protected by their family, tribal, or old-college-tie connections


Bernie Sanders is a socialist-who-tries, but he still has the benefit of his Jewish/beltway cocoon surrounding him, and he's out of touch too:


Bernie Sanders: Whites Don't Know Poverty!


Let;s wake them up with our votes!

And maybe they will learn something when they are out of (protected Zio jobs) on the streets.

Perhaps if that happens, they will be a bit less arrogant too

- they seem to take for granted the privileges that their tribe has built for themselves

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(Do you see any bias in the way this story is constructed?)


New York Times - ‎2 hours ago‎
There are 367 Republican delegates at stake Tuesday, far fewer than the 595 two weeks ago on Super Tuesday. But Tuesday nonetheless has the potential to decide whether Donald Trump has a clear path to the nomination.

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Straight Up comparison - Here's the NYT talking about BOTH Trump & HRC


New York Times - ‎4 hours ago‎
CLEVELAND - The vulnerabilities of the leading presidential candidates were laid bare on Monday as rivals sought to portray Hillary Clinton as being at odds with the white working class and Donald J. Trump as a misogynist who did not deserve the ...
. . .

The chorus of anyone-but-Trump from Republicans reached a roar as voters prepared to go to the polls in Ohio, Illinois, Missouri, North Carolina and Florida. Our Principles PAC, a group created to try to stop Mr. Trump’s bid, released a scathing one-minute ad that shows women repeating some of his descriptions of women, including “bimbo,” “dog” and “fat pig.”

“This is how Donald Trump talks about our mothers, our sisters, our daughters,” they say.

. . .

Mrs. Clinton, who has struggled to connect to white working-class voters in the pivotal Midwestern states, faced intense criticism over comments she made in Columbus, Ohio, on Sunday. “We’re going to put a lot of coal miners and coal companies out of business,” she said, in explaining her plan to create clean energy jobs.

America Rising, an anti-Clinton “super PAC,” said the comment showed a “brazen disregard for the men and women who help power America.” A spokesman for Mrs. Clinton said the comments, which she made while discussing her plan to bring jobs back to coal country, were misconstrued.

. . .


Hitlery gets that:

"Mrs. Clinton said the comments... were misconstrued."

Do they give Trump the same chance? NO!
This is spun-reporting, ladies and gents

EVERY political story I see in the NYT is full of it

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(is this an attempt to manipulate voters in Ohio? Or did it come too late?)


This is the end of the line for Trump


Donald Trump will probably clinch the GOP presidential primary nomination with wins in Florida, Illinois, and maybe even Ohio on Tuesday.

But that's where the good news for Mr. Trump ends, because he's about to find out that what's worked for him in the early stages of his campaign and through the primary elections won't carry over to a general election contest. And that's especially true with Hillary Clinton being the likely Democratic presidential nominee.


There are the three key reasons for the Trump campaign's impending November doom:


1) Primaries are like congressional midterms. They draw a much smaller number of voters with a much more defined agenda. Name recognition, the kind that Trump has enjoyed for years, is more crucial. The primary and midterm voters are also usually angrier than the average presidential general election voter..

2) Trump really can't track to the middle. Can you even keep a straight face when considering whether Trump could choose someone like Jeb Bush as his running mate? I didn't think so. Trump has painted himself into such a corner that trying to attract more mainstream voters by choosing an "establishment" running mate or significantly softening his tone seems impossible...

3) This is going to get uglier. I believe the nasty, violent, and clearly coordinated protests disrupting Trump rallies this weekend are actually helping his primary chances for now. At this stage, they make Trump look like the victim of decidedly liberal and non-Republican groups...


> http://www.cnbc.com/2016/03/15/this-is-the-end-of-the-line-for-trump-commentary.html


The writer of this, Jake Novak, is almost certainly Jewish, writing in Zio-controlled media

People need to wake up, and see how they are being manipulated.


Remember how Huffpost put Trump stories in the Entertainment section?

That's back when Trump was the only one straying from the talking point of how bad ISIS was.


Stop the Wars ! Stop Zio manipulation of the political discussion !

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Look at THIS from the Washington Post! A new type of smear

They should be talking about the need from ALL the candidates to condemn violence,

since it is Hillary and Bernie followers who are being the most disruptive


Washington Post - ‎1 hour ago‎
WASHINGTON - The Latest on the 2016 presidential campaign, with primaries in five states Tuesday and Republican front-runner Donald Trump trying to move closer to nailing down his party's nomination: 2:14 p.m.. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell ...

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Is this comment so bad?

I better you were expecting worse after reading the headline


Trump twists the knife on Rubio



Marco Rubio suspended his presidential campaign after Donald Trump destroyed him in his home state, but the Republican frontrunner couldn't resist twisting the knife one last time.

After praising the Florida senator during his own celebratory address at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, Trump shared Rubio's bold declaration last week that the winner of the state's primary would go on to win the party's nomination.

"I believe with all my heart that the winner of the Florida primary next Tuesday will be the nominee of the Republican Party," Rubio told supporters on March 8, following crushing losses in Mississippi and Michigan.

"Thanks Marco We Agree," the on-screen text reads in the video tweeted by Trump.

Read more: http://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-gop-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/03/trump-speech-rubio-drop-out-mocking-220841#ixzz432ICschc

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Trump has a lot of corrupt individuals filling their trousers with poo.


Therefore I think we can expect nothing but "attack" news for him now. Any opportunity they can find to talk the agenda.


This campaign turning into a real battle of the Titans. With little ol Trump sat in the middle getting shot at from all sides.


Be worth noting any media sites that are predominantly pro Trump and anti Hitlery. Probably about as good a signal we can get that they are at least a little trustworthy. - Are there any?

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The WP is now trying to scare off those ex-candidates who might endorse Trump


WP may have to take back these words

(And BTW, is Christie any more ruined than Rubio?)


Chris Christie is now ruined

By Jennifer Rubin February 29
Chris Christie addresses Trump supporters
Play Video2:27
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie address Donald Trump supporters at Mar-a-Lago club in Florida on March 1 saying that Trump has "shown himself to be tough and strong and bold." (Reuters)

Since New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has endorsed Donald Trump, he has been:

  • Humiliated by video showing Trump ordering him onto the plane and telling him to “go home.”
  • Condemned by his former finance co-chair Meg Whitman. (“The Governor is mistaken if he believes he can now count on my support, and I call on Christie’s donors and supporters to reject the Governor and Donald Trump outright. I believe they will. For some of us, principle and country still matter.”)
  • Excoriated for his disastrous TV interview on Sunday. Phrases like “train wreck,” “off the rails” and “disaster” were used to describe his appearance.

[Read more: The GOP will splinter]

In other words, if it had not been obvious to him before this weekend, his political career is essentially over.


> https://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/right-turn/wp/2016/02/29/chris-christie-is-now-ruined/?tid=hybrid_experimentrandom_3_na


Remember, Washington-based pols read this rag


The mocking video that Ms.Rubin wrote about was made by someone following the Zio agenda


I think the Massive Manipulation attempts by the Zio nedia and Zio donors

is being REJECTED by We-the-People. And this is a big story of 2016

Not what rags like the WP, and zio's like Ms. Rubin are trying to tell you it is


I want a LAW PASSED that limits the control of the media by any single block, and I want it ASAP

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It's Not news, It's spin


Trump has a lot of corrupt individuals filling their trousers with poo.


Therefore I think we can expect nothing but "attack" news for him now. Any opportunity they can find to talk the agenda.


Yup - and he knows it too


Trump: I'm skipping Fox News debate, we've had enough



Big Don Trump is right. People are sick of miserable Megyn Kelly & her Maddow buzz-cut.

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The reverse treatment?


On the website of Jeff Rense reverses things - and posts unflattering images of Hillary, and flatters Trump




Jeff Rense & Preston James - Career Political Criminals

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In this hard-hitting video, David Duke reveals why the Jewish-owned media attacks Trump


Why the Jewish Elite Hates Donald Trump



Published on Mar 21, 2016


Duke asks: "Is there a single media pundit that hates Trump that is not Jewish?


Actually, this would be a tiny problem for Trump if there were not so many Jewish media pundits!

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