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Mar 17, 17, 05:56 PM #181
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Mar 17, 17, 06:39 PM #183The news is really not the news anymore. Its has nothing to do with truth. It has everything to do with 1. Money 2. Furthering a certain agenda. 3.Feeding the sheep, regardless if you are a white or black sheep. And white or black has nothing to do with race.
There is some real bad stuff happening right now in our country in some very high officials. Treason.
Mar 17, 17, 06:56 PM #184
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Mar 17, 17, 07:00 PM #185
The truth is out there. The people who report the news don't know the truth, and if they do, they don't report it.
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Nothing is as it appears. We live in the matrix. Trust no one.
Except Donald Trump and Fox News.
But not Steve Bannon - he's too smart to tell the truth.
But he KNOWS the truth.
Mar 17, 17, 07:43 PM #186jesse 's posting playbook.
Step 1: Throw out a conspiracy theory.
Step 2: If possible mention "CNN" and "liberal."
Step 3: Ignore any questions asked by other posters challenging the conspiracy.
Step 4: See Step 3
Step 5: When asked a second time to support the theory give an answer that has nothing to do with the posed questions.
Step 6: See Step 2
Step 7: Follow up the conspiracy in Step 1 with a safety net when Step 1 conspiracy is proven to be a fraud. Make it something that can NEVER be disproved.
Step 8: If you know ANYONE that has ever flown in to Washington DC or , EVEN BETTER, driven anywhere near Langley say "trust me - I have a friend that works at the CIA - he knows."
Step 9: When asked one more time to answer follow-up questions to Step 1 play the "stop harassing me - I don't have to answer you" card.
Step 10: Act like the poster posing the follow-up questions is lucky he's hiding behind a screen name. Imply that there might be trouble if he wasn't (Note to Jesse: PM me any time to find out my name).
If all else fails, say "CNN."
Mar 17, 17, 08:40 PM #187The President vs Britain Intelligence is interesting.
Spicer quoted Fox News who accused British intelligence of helping President Obama spy on the President when he was a candidate.
British intelligence said that the administration called and apologized for the false accusation.
Spicer says there was no apology.
Who did POTUS blame? Fox News - says Spicer got it from a Fox News report. Says if Britian is mad they should call Fox.
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Mar 17, 17, 11:09 PM #190I will say one good thing for CNN.
They do a good job of covering stuff that don't deal with politics.
Like disasters, murders, etc.
But when they do politics they suck very bad.
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