The tangible results of grifting, nepotism, over-confidence, delusional thinking and unearned self-back-patting from the swamp dwellers: "Garbage In, Garbage Out". The entire Clinton campaign should actually fit into a textbook on management failure.
Twitter experiment. Twitter is attempting to commit corporate suicide (clearly breaching the fiduciary duties that defenders of corporate rule are so obsessed with). Gab.
Tweet (Ben Norton):
"WikiLeaks pointed out months ago that, according to leaked documents, the Chilcot report was rigged"
"This Hacker Rigged Elections in Nine Latin American Countries". Old story comes back to life because of Trump.
After the simply amazing total Jew-controlled media-wide frenzied blitz of lies over the attempted Hillary coronation, it tales a real heap of chutzpah for Soros to try to float this 'fake news' campaign. "Zuckerberg Just Revealed Facebook’s 7-Point Plan To Censor “Fake News” And It’s Chilling". "5 Times When The Mainstream Media "Created Fake News"... And People Died As A Result". "Dear America, the ‘Fake News’ List Will Slaughter Freedom of Press — and It’s Everyone’s Fault". "Meet The Leftist Professor Who Wrote The 'Hit List' Of "Fake News" Sites". "Obama Joins The War Against “Fake News”Obama Joins The War Against “Fake News”".
Ken Roth nobly offers to commit seppoku.
"167 DAPL protesters injured in altercations with N. Dakota police - reports". This almost a non-story in the American mainstream 'Real News' media (do a search - it is a much bigger story in Canada, and elsewhere).
I hate to keep harping on the same, entirely obvious, point, but the only reason the Democrats won't acknowledge their real problems, and keep coming up with wacky alternative explanations that allow all the old power brokers to remain, is that real change would involve removing Jewish control over the party. It is literally as simple as that.
"The Right Way to Resist Trump" (note especially that whatsgoodforthejewsism will make any change in Democrat approach impossible, and we'll just see more of the same Trump-pumping mistakes):
"Mr. Berlusconi was able to govern Italy for as long as he did mostly thanks to the incompetence of his opposition. It was so rabidly obsessed with his personality that any substantive political debate disappeared; it focused only on personal attacks, the effect of which was to increase Mr. Berlusconi’s popularity. His secret was an ability to set off a Pavlovian reaction among his leftist opponents, which engendered instantaneous sympathy in most moderate voters. Mr. Trump is no different.
We saw this dynamic during the presidential campaign. Hillary Clinton was so focused on explaining how bad Mr. Trump was that she too often didn’t promote her own ideas, to make the positive case for voting for her. The news media was so intent on ridiculing Mr. Trump’s behavior that it ended up providing him with free advertising.
Unfortunately, the dynamic has not ended with the election. Shortly after Mr. Trump gave his acceptance speech, protests sprang up all over America. What are these people protesting against? Whether we like it or not, Mr. Trump won legitimately. Denying that only feeds the perception that there are “legitimate” candidates and “illegitimate” ones, and a small elite decides which is which. If that’s true, elections are just a beauty contest among candidates blessed by the Guardian Council of clerics, just like in Iran.
These protests are also counterproductive. There will be plenty of reasons to complain during the Trump presidency, when really awful decisions are made. Why complain now, when no decision has been made? It delegitimizes the future protests and exposes the bias of the opposition.
Even the petition calling for members of the Electoral College to violate their mandate and not vote for Mr. Trump could play into the president-elect’s hands. This idea is misguided. What ground would we then have to stand on when Mr. Trump tricks the system to obtain what he wants?
The Italian experience provides a blueprint for how to defeat Mr. Trump. Only two men in Italy have won an electoral competition against Mr. Berlusconi: Romano Prodi and the current prime minister, Matteo Renzi (albeit only in a 2014 European election). Both of them treated Mr. Berlusconi as an ordinary opponent. They focused on the issues, not on his character. In different ways, both of them are seen as outsiders, not as members of what in Italy is defined as the political caste."
"Putin: "Saakashvili was an insult to the Ukrainian people"". The Saakashvili appointment was an incredibly odd story throughout.
"Will Trump Tear Up the Nuclear Deal with Iran?". It is telling that all the negatives and positives that Trump might do are tied up with how actually Jewed-up he is.
"Will Trump Dump The Wahabbi Autocrats?"
"How To Become A State Department Pariah: Ask For Evidence".