The Russian Collusion Hoax: The Mueller Indictments Still Don’t Add Up to Collusion | TheNation.com June 13, 2018: "A year of investigations has led to several guilty pleas, but none of them go to the core of the special counsel’s mandate."This is what #RESIST & today's liberal mainstream media & current Democratic Party discourse has wrought: @ggreenwald "US political discourse has gone completely insane, infected by the worst toxins." https://t.co/JQ3RCgpU8N @realDonaldTrump @POTUS #Trump #TDS #TrumpTrain #MSM— Under My Palm (@UnderMyPalm) June 14, 2018
Boris Johnson Leaked Recording: "I Am Increasingly Admiring Donald Trump. There's Method In His Madness" | ZeroHedge.com.
Career State Department Officer's 5 Media Myths Of Trump-Kim Summit: mainstream media's integrity and credibility has sunk to a new low--
How the Left Lost Its Mind | TheAtlantic.com: "... Democratic Senator Ed Markey delivered what seemed like an explosive bit of news during an interview with CNN: A grand jury had been impaneled in New York, he said, to investigate the Trump campaign’s alleged collusion with Russia. The only problem: It wasn’t true ..."
The Elitists’ Trump Excuse | WSJ.com: "His critics may be more corrupting to democracy and decency than he is."
Chart: Trump Re-Election Support Same as for Obama in 2010 | Statista.com:
Peter Thiel’s Money Talks, in Contentious Ways. But What Does He Say? | NYTimes.com March 7, 2018: Peter Thiel says he has no regrets about his endorsement of Donald J. Trump for President in 2016, “It’s still better than Hillary Clinton or the Republican zombies,” referring to the other candidates. See also: Bob Woodward Says Reporters Becoming "Emotionally Unhinged" Over Trump | ZeroHedge.com March 9, 2018.
President Trump Delivers the State of the Union Address (Jan 30, 2018 video).
FT Forecasts 2018: Fastest global growth since the crisis
The Financial Times (FT.com) chief economics commentator Martin Wolf predicts that next year will see the fastest global economic growth since before the financial crisis. Unemployment will fall and productivity will likely pick up, all of which could be very good for President Trump and the Republicans in the fall elections, before signs of overheating emerge, forcing a potential correction in markets. Financial Times video above published Dec 25, 2017.
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How to Recognize the Echo Chamber and Revive Civil Public Discourse | ZeroHedge.com: "Media outlets that report the news in a fair and unbiased manner are becoming less common with each day."
‘Fake News’: Wide Reach but Little Impact, Study Suggests - The New York Times: Given the ratio of truth to fiction, Dr. Watts said, fake news paled in influence beside [biased] mainstream news coverage.
Book Review--Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House--Lefsetz.com: The Michael Wolff Book: "Don’t look at this as a snapshot, but a movie. We’re past the halfway mark. The spikes and lulls should not be overinterpreted, stop listening to the bloviating nitwits on cable news. And you can stop listening to those with an agenda."
New York Times’ Trump - Russia Collusion Narrative Reset -- George Papadopoulos & Carter Page | NationalReview.com Jan 1, 2018: "an explosive problem, this use of the dossier by the Obama Justice Department and the FBI in an application to the FISA court for authority to spy on Trump’s associates. Politically, it suggests that the collusion narrative peddled by Democrats and the media since Trump’s victory in the November election was substantially driven by partisan propaganda ..."A gossip book filled with factually false claims - written by someone with a well-documented history of fabulism and recklessness - has been dominating the US news cycle for a full week. https://t.co/Qb3ne1O7ew— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) January 7, 2018
They had analysts on blabbing on about how bad this is, what it shows, legal implications. And it was all bullshit. Just wow.— jeremy scahill (@jeremyscahill) December 8, 2017
The MSM #FakeNews has been continuous since the November 2016 election: The media's Russia probe meltdown: 3 screw-ups in one week | Axios.com 8 Dec 2017: "Three stories in the past seven days have crumbled under greater scrutiny."How did “multiple sources” feed the same false information to multiple media outlets? The refusal of CNN and MSNBC to say only compounds the damage they caused. https://t.co/DWclCIfCoL— The Intercept (@theintercept) December 9, 2017
MSM & Fake News: CNN Publishes Fakest Of Fake News, Follows Leftist Lemmings Into Koi-Gate | ZeroHedge.com Nov 6, 2017.
DC Double Standard: First Comey Memo Concluded Hillary Was "Grossly Negligent," Punishable By Jail | ZeroHedge.com. Nov 7, 2017.
Intel Committee Demands Fusion GPS Bank Records; Suspects Journalists Paid To Spread "Russian Collusion" Claims | ZeroHedge.com Nov 6, 2017.
A Hard Truth about mainstream media today: "Another hard truth: Many Alabama voters hold the mainstream media in such low regard that they've dismissed the Washington Post's reporting entirely."--Axios.com Nov 12, 2017.
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The Big Lesson from Election 2016: The mainstream media and their pollsters are not to be trusted anymore--There Really Was A Liberal Media Bubble | FiveThirtyEight.com: "Groupthink produced a failure of the “wisdom of crowds” and an underestimate of Trump’s chances."
Tech Review 30 Sep 2017--3) Fake News = Data & News Media + Confirmation Bias, Liberal Bias, Groupthink, and False Narratives | DomainMondo.com
FAKE NEWS from the Washington Post
CNN Journalists Resign: Latest Example of Media Recklessness on the Russia Threat | theintercept.com by Glenn Greenwald, June 27 2017: "Three prominent CNN journalists resigned Monday night after the network was forced to retract and apologize for a story linking Trump ally Anthony Scaramucci to a Russian investment fund under congressional investigation. That article — like so much Russia reporting from the U.S. media — was based on a single anonymous source, and now, the network cannot vouch for the accuracy of its central claims ...."
The Media Has A Probability Problem | FiveThirtyEight.com--by Nate Silver: "The media keeps misinterpreting data ... the media has often overestimated the precision of polling, cherry-picked data and portrayed elections as sure things when that conclusion very much wasn’t supported by polls or other empirical evidence ... as I’ve documented throughout this series, polls and other data did not support the exceptionally high degree of confidence that news organizations such as The New York Times regularly expressed about Hillary Clinton’s chances. (We’ve been using the [New York] Times as our case study ... because their 2016 coverage had so many problems.) ... Probably the most important problem with 2016 coverage was confirmation bias — coupled with what you might call good old-fashioned liberal media bias ..."
The problem is even worse than what Nate Silver suggests--Inside Donald Trump's Election Night War Room | GQ.com: "Frank Luntz: At 5:01 [p.m. Election Day, Nov 8, 2017], all the narratives were written: Hillary Clinton was elected president ... I have a photograph [of a graphic]: "Fox News declares Hillary Clinton elected president."[The Trump campaign] saw the numbers, and they knew what I knew, which is that up to this point the exit polling had never been this wrong, so the assumption was that she was going to win ... I got texted. Colbert had just started [taping]. Someone had been interacting with the exit-poll people, and they told me that they had a huge percentage of refusals—much higher than anyone had expected, and no one had taken that into account. There was a fatal flaw in the exit number. It was the rejection rate, and they believed the rejection rate was overwhelmingly Donald Trump voters who refused to participate. At 11:10 P.M. I realized, nuh-uh, Donald Trump's going to be the next president ... The mood was stunned. I talked to friends at ABC, NBC News, and FOX News, some of them who loved Clinton and some of them who didn't. I didn't talk to anyone who was pro-Trump in any of these organizations. I don't know anybody at one network who was on the air as an analyst who voted for Trump." Watch CNN Election Night 2016 replay via YouTube.
For Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania – not a single mainstream media source gave an edge to Trump – a 100% fail for the pollsters! Every pollster said these states were “likely” or “leaning” Democrat. The day before the 2016 US Presidential Election, most pollsters and statistical models had pegged Hillary Clinton’s chances of winning at greater than 90%:
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#ElevatorCam photos Nov 28, 2016:
|Kellyanne Conway in Trump Tower Lobby | 28 Nov 2016|
|Trump Tower Lobby Street Entrance | 28 Nov 2016|