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Re: The Many Faces of US Politics...
« Reply #10470 on: October 14, 2017, 03:03:43 AM »
With all the Weinstein carry on in the press this week, who told trump that it was a good idea to retweet Bill O Reilly?
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« Reply #10471 on: October 14, 2017, 03:30:43 AM »
With all the Weinstein carry on in the press this week, who told trump that it was a good idea to retweet Bill O Reilly?

The same Trump who just retweeted a "man" who got fired from his job at Fox News for multiple instances of sexual harassment and was required to pay out $13million in settlements to 5 women.

And a week later ..... the same President that called O’Reilly a “good guy” and “I don’t think he did anything wrong” 



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« Reply #10472 on: October 14, 2017, 03:39:25 AM »
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President Donald Trump, speaking to The New York Times in an interview from the Oval Office, defended Fox News host Bill O’Reilly, after reports surfaced that O’Reilly and Fox News settled five claims accusing him of sexual harassment.

“I think he’s a person I know well — he is a good person,” Trump said, according to the Times. “I think he shouldn’t have settled; personally I think he shouldn’t have settled. Because you should have taken it all the way. I don’t think Bill did anything wrong.”

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« Reply #10473 on: October 14, 2017, 08:37:50 AM »
With all the Weinstein carry on in the press this week, who told trump that it was a good idea to retweet Bill O Reilly?

The same Trump who just retweeted a "man" who got fired from his job at Fox News for multiple instances of sexual harassment and was required to pay out $13million in settlements to 5 women.

And a week later ..... the same President that called O’Reilly a “good guy” and “I don’t think he did anything wrong” 



Stew will be along shortly to shout Hillary, Obama, CNN, MSNBC shortly

No he wont, Trump is as bad as Weinstein in my opinion, that's the difference in us, one of us ( Me)  can see a thing how it is and say how it is, the other, (You) are a liberal apologist who is blinded by the liberal media,

I have no gra for snowflakes and apologists, you sadly are both Gab!
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« Reply #10474 on: October 14, 2017, 11:52:04 AM »
CNN’s Don Lemon, flabbergasted after a Trump speech last month, concluded that “he’s unhinged. . . . There was no sanity there.”

Are you talking about the same unpartisan Don Lemon from CNN ?

He's a liberal repeater. Fake news merchant.
and more besides.

Interesting how you ignore the other part of his post!

As hominem attack on Don Lemon. Yeah, that’ll refute the valid comments on the behaviour of the great orange infant. ;D

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« Reply #10475 on: October 14, 2017, 02:51:48 PM »
Lemon is a gay black man - not hard to see why Fox isn't a fan of him.

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« Reply #10476 on: October 14, 2017, 03:10:13 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

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« Reply #10477 on: October 14, 2017, 03:17:51 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Really? Who claims that?

Foxcommander is the only one who brings Lemon up here. I’ve seen him on tv once, interviewing a bunch of eejits in the Keys, drinking it up while everyone else evacuated a few weeks back.

And Kimmel raised a lot of awareness about the issues with GOP attempts to reform healthcare. Whether you think he was right or wrong, he used his platform and was influential.

If only the same attention could be brought to what us going on in the EPA and Interior Dept.

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« Reply #10478 on: October 14, 2017, 03:24:55 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Do they? And it's think - not thing

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« Reply #10479 on: October 14, 2017, 03:26:44 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Really? Who claims that?

Foxcommander is the only one who brings Lemon up here. I’ve seen him on tv once, interviewing a bunch of eejits in the Keys, drinking it up while everyone else evacuated a few weeks back.

And Kimmel raised a lot of awareness about the issues with GOP attempts to reform healthcare. Whether you think he was right or wrong, he used his platform and was influential.

If only the same attention could be brought to what us going on in the EPA and Interior Dept.

My liberal Facebook friends claim that

The fawning over the late night comedy shows to the Las Vegas shooting was hilarious....who actually gives a $hit what these people think

LOL-And Jimmy Kimmel even got his talking points on healthcare from Chuck Schumers office

http://dailycaller.com/2017/09/22/chuck-schumer-coached-jimmy-kimmel-behind-the-scenes-on-how-to-oppose-obamacare-repeal/

Do you think his viewers got a fair and unbiased interpretation of the issues?
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« Reply #10480 on: October 14, 2017, 03:29:44 PM »
Liberals seem to thing that the entire country is hanging on every word of people like Don Lemon and Jimmy Kimmel.

Do they? And it's think - not thing

Congratulations, you won the boards spelling contest today ....did you ever hear of autocomplete?

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« Reply #10481 on: October 14, 2017, 03:34:14 PM »
Autocorrect  ;)

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« Reply #10482 on: October 14, 2017, 03:43:51 PM »
Lemon is a gay black man - not hard to see why Fox isn't a fan of him.

I knew he was an imbecile, I did not know he was gay, nor do I care, he is as thick as shit and that is good enough for me!
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« Reply #10484 on: October 14, 2017, 03:47:38 PM »
Foxy,
Wholeheartedly agree about the point scoring on both sides.

Though why you all still care about Hilary is beyond me. It's over, she lost. So what if it's 5 days later, private uninvolved citizen at this point?

The pious w**kers crack me up too,  and if anyone on this board wants to see a hypocrite, look in the mirror, we are human and we justify our own shit to ourselves. But closet politicians being hard on the gay community, socialists with Swiss bank accounts, family first advocates with mistresses, don't make hypocrisy your job.

I think the biggest issue with Hillary is the fact she has made herself a self appointed champion of women (glass ceiling etc). I'm glad she finally made a statement but I don't think she really had a choice in this instance but to stick in the knife.
As for the private citizen comment  - If you've been following her book tour you'll find that it's turned into a "why did I lose" tour and she hasn't quite given up hope of ousting President Trump to take the white house - especially if they can find anything in the russia probe (which is BS). She's still battling away for the democrats (even it they don't want her to)

There's a lot of Hollywood scrambling right now and will be sweating it that they are next on the chopping block. Ben Affleck has been first up defending himself for historic behaviour. There's bound to be more.

Not that Hollywood should be used as a moral compass or anything. It's amazing how all this has been kept in house for so long, especially in that industry. The fact that you've had so many celebrities condemning Trump and backing democrats/Clinton while at the same time keeping these big secrets is what really stands out.

It's an open goal for republicans and in recent times they have hardly been in the opponents half.

These Hollywood cocksuckers are on their knees as well they should, they reek of hypocrisy and the right should slaughter them for it, Affleck is the tip of the iceberg, make it rain deplorables, make it rain and sink these low lifes!
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