Thursday, December 12, 2019


As Inspector General Michael Horowitz testified about the abuses of the FISA court by The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer’s Department of Justice and FBI and their “applications” to spy on the Trump campaign, CNN and MSNBC stopped following the hearing after about a half hour.  Both cable outfits refused to cover the opening statement of Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham.

The decision did not comport with the endless air time they gave to the impeachment hearings led by “Pencil Neck” Schiff and the morbidly obese Jerry Nadler. 
The Horowitz Report provided damning proof of how the FBI wantonly mistreated Donald Trump and it directly contradicted their fake news coverage over the last three years.  The outright bias was not lost on the 2020 Trump campaign:
While MSNBC aired some of Sen. Graham's statement, the network cut away quickly. CNN appears not to have covered his opening statement at all.

Today, WH correspondent for the New York Times and contributor for MSNBC and NBC News, Annie Karni tweeted:
Two weeks before Christmas, the White House did not put the “media party” on its  holiday schedule nor did it furnish a reason for the decision.  Instead, members of the media and their families were accommodated with open White House tours to see the holiday decorations.

It wasn’t necessary to state a reason for the decision.  After all, media organizations have made a big show of their contempt for this president for his entire first term.  How preposterous would it be to go to a Christmas party at the White House with the Trumps and act like everything is hunky dory?

So, Ms. Karni complains there’s no opportunity again this year to schmooze with the booze and the finger foods.  There are no more press briefings where her ilk waged war on WH Press Secretary Sarah Sanders and subscriptions to the failing New York Times and Washington Post were canceled by the White House.

Oh, the humanity. 

In the bleak midwinter, frosty wind made moan,
Earth stood hard as iron, water like a stone;
Snow had fallen, snow on snow, snow on snow,
In the bleak midwinter, long ago.

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