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[VIDEO] REWIND: Krauthammer: Healthcare Repeal Failure would ‘Damage’ Trump

Hard to see how in the end, the party would repudiate”

Rep. Paul Ryan, R-Wis., speaks to reporters on Capitol Hill in Washington, Wednesday, Oct. 21, 2015, following meetings with House Republican leaders and the Freedom Caucus members. Ryan seeking unity in a place it's rarely found, is telling House Republicans he will serve as their speaker only if they embrace him by week's end as their consensus candidate. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

 

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[VIDEO] REWIND: President Nixon Recalls the Day the ‘Smoking Gun’ Tape was Released 

 


[VIDEO] Media, Democrats Praise Gorsuch Confirmation Performance 


[VIDEO] SUPERCUTS: Democrats Whine About Originalism at Gorsuch Hearing

 


[VIDEO] COLLUSION!


[VIDEO] Democrats Flip-Flop On Russia 


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[VIDEO] Routine Dismissal of US Attorneys Draws Media Panic and Fake Outrage

 

 


NYTimes: Wiretapped Data Used In Intercepted Russian Communications Part of Inquiry Into Trump Associates

NYTimes Stealth-edits Jan 20 2017 Headline: Before and After.

FISA-gate: The Times Revises History in Real Time: For four months, media wanted us to think that Obama was investigating Trump; Now they don’t.

Andrew C. McCarthy writes: Now that the media-Democrat complex has been caught in its own web, there is some serious skullduggery underway. It’s revisionist history, Soviet style. You know, the kind where the bad stuff gets “disappeared.” The New York Times is disappearing its claim that Obama investigated Trump.

For four months, the mainstream press was very content to have Americans believe — indeed, they encouraged Americans to believe — that a vigorous national-security investigation of the Trump presidential campaign was ongoing. “A counterintelligence investigation,” the New York Times called it.

 

… As I contended in a column this weekend, it was essential for the media and Democrats to promote the perception of an investigation because the scandalous narrative they were peddling — namely, that Trump-campaign operatives conspired with the Putin regime to “hack the election” — required it.

Russia obviously did not hack the election. Russian intelligence services may have hacked e-mail accounts of prominent Democrats, although even that has not been proved. And there is even less evidence of collusion by the Trump campaign in that effort — as one would expect, in light of the intelligence agencies’ conclusion that the Russians sought to hack accounts of both major parties.

[Read the full text of Andrew C. McCarthy‘s article here, at National Review]

So, for this fatally flawed storyline to pass the laugh test, the Left needed the FBI. Even if the election-hacking conspiracy story sounded far-fetched, the public might be induced to believe there must be something to it if the Bureau was investigating it.

But when the election-hacking narrative went on too long without proof, the risk the Democrats were running became clear. If the FBI had been investigating whether the Trump campaign colluded in purported “Russian hacking of the election,” that meant the incumbent Obama administration must have been investigating the campaign of the opposition party’s presidential candidate.

Moreover, if such an investigation had involved national-security wiretaps under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), that would suggest that the Obama Justice Department had alleged, in court, that Trump associates had acted as “agents of a foreign power” — in this case, Russia. Read the rest of this entry »


Bug Zapper: Trump Accuses Bam of Dirty ‘Spy Tricks’: New York Post Cover for March 5, 2017

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Source: Covers | New York Post


[VIDEO] The Twilight Zone: Two Minutes of Unabashed Trump Praise from the Media 

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Today’s New York Post Cover: In First Congressional Address, Trump Pitches Ambitious Agenda

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“The time for small thinking is over,” he said in the Capitol Hill speech. “The time for trivial fights is behind us. We just need the courage to share the dreams that fill our hearts. The bravery to express the hopes that stir our souls. And the confidence to turn those hopes and dreams to action.”

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“I am calling on all Democrats and Republicans in Congress to work with us to save Americans from this imploding ObamaCare disaster.”

Trump emphasized his effort to rework ObamaCare with a new plan he hoped would “expand choice, increase access, lower costs and, at the same time, provide better health care.”

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“I am calling on all Democrats and Republicans in Congress to work with us to save Americans from this imploding ObamaCare disaster,” said Trump. Read the rest of this entry »


[VIDEO] Greg Gutfeld: Trump’s Words Are Rough, but Times are Tough 

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Can You Still Be Sexy After 50?

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[VIDEO] DELUSIONAL! Stelter: ‘CNN and New York Times Don’t Root for Any President’

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[VIDEO] President Trump and the Media Trash Each Other for 75 Seconds

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[VIDEO] Super-Villain Steve Bannon: ‘It’s Going to Be a Fight Every Single Day’

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“There is no tonic like winning. He came in third last year, and he was booed the year before when he talked about putting boots on the ground in the Middle East. I think Susan is right. This is a coming together of the conservative movement or at least a part of it. This is mostly the younger, more-edgy part, the one that would’ve been more receptive to a Milo presentation. I think it marks an important moment, and what was interesting was Bannon. He came in. He had no horns. He sounded rather amiable. But on the other hand he was absolutely unswerving, and he sort of gave intellectual heft to Trumpism. He was very specific about the three major goals: foreign policy, domestic economic policy, and what he called the undoing of the administrative state, the first volley in that war was the abolition of the “bathroom bill” or at least the directive coming from HHS — essentially, the federal government has no business here — and in all the cabinet opponents. So I think it was a real plus for them, and it presented a picture that for many conservatives — not all, some have trouble about the trade issue and the protectionism issue — but for many conservatives it was a kind of homecoming.”

Read more at the corner


IT’S ON: Project Veritas vs CNN 

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Source: CNNLeaks | Project Veritas … Stay tuned


[VIDEO] Gutfeld: The Right is Having Fun Again 

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[VIDEO] Doug Schoen: The Democratic Party is on Life Support

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[VIDEO] To the Dismay of Environmentalists 

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[VIDEO] Bret Baier: President Trump’s Press Conference 

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[VIDEO] Media: We Are The Champions!

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[VIDEO] Greg Gutfeld on the Media Double Standard Over Immigration Raids 

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[VIDEO] Supercuts: Media ‘Grills’ Obama 

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[VIDEO] Campuses Too Obsessed with Diversity, Victimization?

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[VIDEO] Two Minutes Show How Much Democrats Love Jeff Sessions

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[VIDEO] NBC Thinks NBC Is Hilarious 

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[VIDEO] Media Is Great! Says Media 

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[VIDEO] Rick Santorum: Senate Rules Apply to Elizabeth Warren Just Like They Did to Me 

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[VIDEO] Krauthammer: Good for GOP if Warren Leads Democratic Party

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[VIDEO] Rand Paul’s ‘Audit the Fed’ Bill May Have Friend in New Administration 

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Kentucky senator explains controversial proposed legislation that would subject Federal Reserve‘s monetary policy powers to outside scrutiny as it gets new life under a new administration – and may stand its best chance at becoming law.


[VIDEO] Ted Cruz vs Bernie Sanders Debate the Future of Obamacare 

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