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  1. And more: https://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/rose-mcgowan-calls-out-hillary-clinton-over-harvey-weinstein-guess-predators-are-her-style "Rose McGowan called out Hillary Clinton last week over a report that Clinton's publicist told journalist Ronan Farrow that his investigation into Harvey Weinstein's alleged history of sexual misconduct was "a concern" for the Clinton camp. “I knew that Hillary Clinton’s people, were protecting the Monster,” McGowan wrote, referring to Weinstein. “I can’t believe I used to support her. I guess predators are her style.”
  2. https://www.foxnews.com/media/nbc-news-ronan-farrow-mchugh-lack-oppenheim-weinstein "Former NBC News producer Rich McHugh penned a scathing firsthand account of the “massive breach of journalistic integrity” he says resulted in the Peacock Network refusing to expose Harvey Weinstein as a sexual predator. McHugh was working with Ronan Farrow, who would eventually take his Weinstein reporting to The New Yorker after NBC famously refused to air it. It ultimately won the Pulitzer Prize and helped launch the #MeToo movement, but NBC’s objection to the bombshell has been a mystery ever since. NBC NEWS LABELED AN ‘UNREPENTANT BOYS CLUB’ AMID LATEST SORDID ALLEGATIONS “One year ago, I resigned from NBC News because they ordered me to stop reporting on Harvey Weinstein,” McHugh wrote to kick off the lengthy Vanity Fair piece that directly blames embattled NBC News chairman Andy Lack and his top deputy, NBC News president Noah Oppenheim. “Lack and Oppenheim were the ones who were lying,” he wrote. “They not only personally intervened to shut down our investigation of Weinstein, they even refused to allow me to follow up on our work after Weinstein’s history of sexual assault became front-page news.”"
  3. I am amazed they still haven't caught on to what you are trying to get across. Absolutely amazed!
  4. https://www.msn.com/en-us/entertainment/news/spongebob-is-a-violent-racist-colonizer-says-university-of-washington-professor/ar-AAIE3mC "SpongeBob Squarepants and his friends play a role in normalizing the settler colonial takings of indigenous lands while erasing the ancestral Bikinian people from their nonfictional homeland," the article reads. "
  5. I'm staunch conservative but always respected Shep's journalism.
  6. I hadn't heard of this until going to their website to check the marlet closing numbers and saw it. What I read had nothing to do with your headline: https://www.foxnews.com/media/shepard-smith-steps-down-from-fox-news-its-been-an-honor-and-a-privilege
  7. I believe your "headline" is extremely misleading. Sounds like something CNN or BSNBC would use. Did you read the story on FNC or somewhere else?
  8. Obama fired whistle blowers, Trump just wants to know who they are: https://www.longislandpress.com/2017/01/14/obamas-legacy-historic-war-on-whistleblowers/ "As for Obama’s record, here’s what history will show: In his eight years in office, the Obama Justice Department spearheaded eight Espionage Act prosecutions, more than all US administrations combined. Journalists were also caught in the crosshairs: Investigators sought phone records for Associated Press journalists, threatened to jail an investigative reporter for The New York Times, and named a Fox News reporter a co-conspirator in a leak case. In Texas, a journalist investigating private defense contractors became the focus of a federal prosecution and was initially charged for sharing a hyperlink containing hacked information that had already been made public. Those Espionage Act cases included the trial of Chelsea Manning, who was held in solitary confinement for nearly one year prior to her military trial, prompting a condemnation from the UN special rapporteur on torture. “The absolute twisted passion with which the administration under Obama’s leadership has pursued whistleblowers is just appalling,” says Norman Solomon, executive director of the Institute for Public Accuracy and co-founder of RootsAction.org. “And as far as I can tell, the administration is unrepentant in that process. There’s just no other administration that comes close.” https://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/promises/obameter/promise/426/increase-protections-for-whistleblowers/ "In the seven years of Obama's presidency, the administration launched a record number of cases against those who revealed what the government wanted kept secret. Under Obama, eight whistleblowers have been prosecuted under the World War I-era Espionage Act, more than under all other presidents combined. "
  9. "When Socialism Was Tried in America—and Was a Smashing Success" Read about Jamestown.
  10. That's a bit of a reach, but I'm not happy with this decision by Trump either. In fact, I'm pissed and hoping he knows something I don't, and is doing, somehow, the right thing. But when I see that our troops on the ground, who have been shedding blood with the Kurds, in tears over what's happening, I lean toward them. We'll see how all this shakes out, but I fear it won't be good for anyone.
  11. Just how fuking stupid can one person be?! Do you think impeachment starts with all the facts at hand or are there questions asked and investigations undertaken? If that were the case, there'd be no impeachment because the Democrats are in the process, not of presenting facts, but are questioning and investigating. Questions and investigations are what ya call "inquiries". Dammit, your stupid!
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