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On a fun note…Milo had a Coming Out Conservative event in New York.

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I’m sure GP readers can relate to idea that nowadays, it is MUCH harder to come out as conservative than as gay.

Sharyl Attkisson nails it

This post started as part 3 in my series this month, “How fake is CNN? At least this fake.” (Most recent entry here.) Because of CNN’s fake Trumprussia story that they had to retract. And because of Project Veritas catching that CNN producer who agrees that CNN’s coverage of Trumprussia is “mostly bullsh*t” with “no proof”.

But V spared me the trouble, with his post earlier. So the news here is that Sharyl Attkisson, the wonderful journalist, has a new book out – The Smear: How Shady Political Operatives and Fake News Control What You See, What You Think, and How You Vote. Here she discusses it with Tucker Carlson:

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Attkisson: Democrats, Republicans and the media Establishment have exempted themselves from the normal journalism rules…because they see Donald Trump as such a big threat. They would say, a Hitler-esque threat. That means they don’t have to follow the normal rules of journalism in this case. I think it’s more of a threat to the system of favors, money and access that has been developed [with] the political establishment.

Carlson: So it’s not just a conventional left-right thing, where they’re liberal, Trump is conservative, they hate him. There’s something different going on.

Attkisson: Washington survives on a system…of access and money where people have spent decades paying in to certain politicians, Democrats and Republicans alike, to make sure certain political hearings don’t happen, to make sure certain laws have provisions written in. All of the sudden, overnight, all that access they’ve bought, all the hard work they’ve done as lobbyists and so on, is almost worthless – if Trump’s reality of Washington comes into play. And nobody seems to like that.

…I liken it to the situations that must be in North Korea. If you have a TV and can watch the news, it’s gonna be a version that’s approved and put out by the State. In some respects, we are getting an artificial reality created by people putting out narratives…If you’re like me, there’s very little that I see reported on the news that I instantly believe without doing my own checking because so many formerly-reputable news organizations have been proven to be 180 degress wrong, not just a little bit wrong… reporters doing things that wouldn’t be allowed in journalism school, but doing them now with impunity.

Even Those Pushing Fake News Admit It’s Fake News

Posted by V the K at 8:05 am - June 27, 2017.
Filed under: Big Journalism

CNN ran a fake news story accusing a Trump business associate of being a Russian agent and very quickly had to retract the story. The Democrat Media Operatives behind the story have been sacked, but those responsible for sacking the people who have just been sacked should also have been sacked.

And a CNN producer is on tape saying that the Trump Russia story is “Mostly Bullsh*t” and they are just hyping it to get ratings. Mostly?

“Could be bullshit. I mean, it’s mostly bullshit right now,” the CNN producer, John Bonifield, said in a video O’Keefe’s Project Veritas released on Tuesday, when asked about his thoughts on the Russia investigation. “Like, we don’t have any giant proof. Then they say, well there’s still an investigation going on. And you’re like, yeah, I don’t know. If they were finding something we would know about it. The way these leaks happen, they would leak it. They’d leak. If it was something really good, it would leak…. The leaks keep leaking and there’s so many great leaks, and it’s amazing. I just refuse to believe that if they had something really good like that that wouldn’t leak because we’ve been getting all these other leaks. So, I just feel like they don’t really have it but they want to keep digging. And so I think the president is probably right to say, like, look you are witch hunting me. You have no smoking gun. You have no real proof.”

They aren’t really hyping it for ratings, though. They are hyping it because they hate Trump, they can’t believe their dear Hillary lost, they want to help their Democrat allies, and the journalistic pack mentality says they must push the vaporware of the Trump-Russia scandal.

CNN is on in one of the break rooms at work. There has not been a single time in the last six months when I have passed the TV in there, and it has not been CNN bashing Trump. Anti-Trump propaganda seems to be all they ever do, unless it gets briefly interrupted by a terrorist attack or a shooting (until they discover the shooter wasn’t a Republican/NRA member, then, it’s back to Trump-bashing).

On that note, here’s CNN reporter Jim Acosta throwing a tantrum at a recent White House press briefing.

How fake is CNN? At least this fake (part 2)

Just to follow up on part 1 about CNN openly staging a fake protest that they’d wanted, here’s a nifty list.

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Like all such lists, it suffers from being anecdotal and agenda-driven. And (in this case) badly mis-titled. Some (hi rusty 😉 ) won’t like it that the list comes from Cernovich.

But I’m interested in what’s in it. I have seen most of these instances myself, at one time or another. I think it’s silly to trust CNN. If people ask me why, here are some of the examples I’d point to.

  • The time CNN warned that it’s somehow illegal for ordinary citizens to look at the leaked DNC and Podesta emails. (It isn’t. So, look all you want.)
  • The time they had a camera man pose as a random guy on the street and broadcast his pro-Hillary rant.
  • The time CNN lied that Loretta Lynch had “recused herself” from any decisions on the Clinton e-mail investigation. (She didn’t. She should have.)
  • The time(s) CNN spread the fake “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” meme. (Shot of an entire CNN panel doing it.)
  • The time CNN, broadcasting from a studio with blue screen and fake wind, pretended it was on-location in the Gulf War.
  • The time CNN claimed that Muslim terrorist bombings in Europe are done by “false flag” right-wingers.
  • The time Jake Tapper told a Navy Seal he was interviewing, that his all buddies had died for nothing.
  • The time CNN let a guest claim that “rogue cops shoot black people for sport”.
  • The time a CNN anchor expressed joy at Sarah Palin’s children being assaulted.
  • The times that CNN edited #BlackLivesMatter activists, who were calling for rage and violence, to make it appear as if they were somehow peaceful.
  • The time a CNN anchor praised a cop-killer as “brave and courageous”.
  • The time CNN had 2 reporters in the same parking lot in Phoenix and faked it, split-screen, to pretend they were in different locations.
  • The time they did a voter focus group and openly stated the precise words that they wanted a certain voter to say next.
  • The many times CNN cut a guest’s satellite feed if they strayed too far from CNN’s preferred narrative.
    • The guy they cut for mentioning Jesus.
    • The time they cut Bernie Sanders after he jokingly referred to CNN as Fake News.
    • The time they cut a guest for mentioning Wikileaks.
    • The time they cut a reporter who started talking about Hillary’s negatives or “vulnerabilities”.
  • The way that, when CNN cuts a guest who strayed too far from their preferred narrative, they pretend it’s somehow accidental.

The list is incomplete of course. It didn’t even get around to some stuff like:

And more that I could probably find, if I searched GP archives.

How racist is CNN? Possibly this racist

Here’s a story that I’m late in mentioning; in part because I never saw it on CNN. 175 people are involved in a class-action lawsuit against CNN for racial discrimination.

(I apologize, if you have problems with the Daily Wire link. On my computer, it’s OK with an ad blocker. But without an ad blocker, DW eats all the computer’s resources, slowing things to a crawl. The story was also at Newsbusters and Breitbart.)

DW says this story gets even less coverage than the 13 people suing Fox News for racial discrimination.

“The lawsuit against CNN, meanwhile, claims the company’s Atlanta headquarters is rife with racism,” The New York Post wrote on April 27.

Minority employees had to endure bigoted remarks such as “It’s hard to manage black people” and “Who would be worth more: black slaves from times past, or new slaves?,” according to a complaint by former workers Celeslie Henley and Ernest Colbert Jr. filed in Atlanta federal court.

Colbert Jr. also claims he was paid thousands less than white colleagues as a manager at the affiliated Turner Broadcasting System.

Henley, a former CNN executive assistant, says she was fired in 2014 for complaining that black employees were being paid less than white counterparts.

Writes The Hollywood Reporter: Unlike the lawsuit against Fox News, the one against CNN and sister companies is much broader, claiming among other things that African-Americans receive lower performance ratings in evaluations, that there are dramatic differences in pay between similarly situated employees of different races and that the promotion of African-American employees is blocked by a “glass ceiling.”…

According to The New York Post, The New York Times is also being sued for racial discrimination:

The Times plaintiffs claim in a suit filed last year by New York lawyer Douglas Wigdor that “the Gray Lady” prefers to hire white employees to help target a white audience.

“Unbeknownst to the world at large, not only does the Times have an ideal customer (young, white, wealthy), but also an ideal staffer (young, white, unencumbered with a family) to draw that purported ideal customer,” a complaint states.

Staffers from the staid broadsheet charge that Times CEO Mark Thompson, hired in 2012, created an “environment rife with discrimination based on age, race and gender.”

These stories are from April and May. If you know anything more recent, please update us in the comments.

The Professional Left Has Earned the Hate

Posted by V the K at 7:18 pm - May 29, 2017.
Filed under: Big Journalism

Kurt Schlichter, writing at Townhall, on why even though it was wrong for Greg Gianforte to lay smackdown on Democrat Media Operative Ben Jacobs, it doesn’t quite rate the drama the Democrat Media Complex has assigned to it.

I know it’s theoretically wrong for a Republican candidate to smack around an annoying liberal journalist, but that still doesn’t mean that I care. Our ability to care is a finite resource, and, in the vast scheme of things, millions of us have chosen to devote exactly none of it toward caring enough to engage in fussy self-flagellation because of what happened to Slappy La Brokenshades.

Sorry, not sorry.

And that’s not a good thing, not by any measure, but it is a real thing. Liberals have chosen to coarsen our culture. Their validation and encouragement of raw hate, their flouting of laws (Hi leakers! Hi Hillary!) and their utter refusal to accept democratic outcomes they disapprove of have consequences. What is itself so surprising is how liberals and their media rentboyz are so surprised to find that we normals are beginning to feel about them the way they feel about us – and that we’re starting to act on it. If you hate us, guess what?

We’re going to start hating you right back.

So true. The left exalts “journalists” in the same way they exalt “educators,” and for the same reason; they are both extensions of the Democrat party serving the purpose of propaganda and indoctrination (respectively) in the party line.

And so you end up with a situation where a minor physical altercation between a Republican candidate and a Democrat Media Operative rates more media outrage than two successive Muslim terror attacks that killed almost 50 people.

The people who died in the terror attacks weren’t journalists or teachers, and they weren’t killed by opponents of the Democrat Party. Their lives, therefore, matter significantly less than one operative’s busted eyeglasses.

And that’s why a lot of people hate journalists. Part of the reason, anyway.

How do you think it ends?

At least some people are noticing that the Controlled Media witch hunts against Trump are an attempted coup d’etat against a lawfully-elected president.

What’s the endgame? Does President Trump resign in disgrace? Or does he triumph, as the hysteria is exposed and burns itself out? Or does he allow himself to be neutered, governing from now on as a captive of the Democrats? I don’t know.

Nobody’s perfect, and the Controlled Media is great at keeping up drumbeats; so yes, they will find something real or semi-real against Trump eventually. Let’s face it.

I could dismiss the Controlled Media as an irrelevant province of old people, and to a large extent that would be true. But they have ongoing relevance to the extent that they can scare the Congressional Republicans into rejecting (or at least unsupporting) Trump.

To get his appointees in office (including judges), to build a wall, to pass his desired infrastructure spending or tax reform, etc., Trump needs Republican unity. The purpose of the manufactured hysteria is to destroy intra-Republican unity and so to derail Trump’s appointees, criminal investigations (of the Left) and legislative agenda.

I could see a scenario where Trump resigns in contemptuous frustration. He denounces the hysteria (rightly) as he does so, and his Tweets remain a force in American politics. What happens next?

Do the Deep State and Controlled Media play the same game on President Pence? Will it work again, so soon? If it does work again so soon, does America slide into civil war at some point?

Whom does President Pence choose, as his Vice President? Does he let the Deep State run wild, taking us into another war? Questions, questions. Please let us know your thoughts, in the comments.

21st Century Journalism

Posted by V the K at 9:40 am - May 12, 2017.
Filed under: Big Journalism

An actual news story from the Democrat-Media Complex.

Hat Tip: Ace

Also: CNN Correspondent and Twitter’s Dumbest Lesbian Says Trump Is Hitler and should not be given “airtime.”

Consolation Prize

Posted by V the K at 3:44 pm - April 19, 2017.
Filed under: Big Journalism

Reports indicate Bill O’Reilly is out at FoxNews. This will bring some bitter, hateful joy to the left; sort of a consolation prize for not winning Georgia 06 after being assured that it would flip to the Democrat and herald the end of the Trump Presidency. They’ll have to settle for this, and they’ll tell themselves that this makes “Right Wing Nut Jobs” miserable and that will make them as happy as 12 year old girls who just found out that one girl they don’t like buys her shoes at WalMart

  1. This actually won’t cause any tears on the right. Read the comments at the link. Nobody cares and a lot of people will be happy to see him go. We aren’t emotionally invested in him the way the left is in Rachel Maddow and Bill Maher.
  2. Bill O’Reilly will get a multi-million dollar buyout of his contract. He’s got enough money to live out the rest of his life on that same resort in Tahiti Obama retreated to.
  3. Leftist hero Keith Olbermann is still reduced to ranting on YouTube from his basement.

DMC Admits: Russians Are Better at Propaganda

Posted by V the K at 1:41 pm - January 7, 2017.
Filed under: Big Journalism

The Democrat-Media Complex Narrative is that the US Intelligence Agencies (who are completely non-partisan and never make mistakes) have determined that evil foreigners (Russia) “hacked the election” to install Trump as their puppet president. And the Low-Information-Voters seem to be lapping up this narrative, just like they lapped up “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” and “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.”

Digging into the actual “Intelligence Report” doesn’t support the DMC Narrative so much, according to people who have dug into the actual “Intelligence Report.” While it is generally accepted that attempts to hack into communication networks is a form of espionage any Government with an intelligence agency does, the report provides very little hard evidence that Russia provided the Wikileaks emails at the center of the controversy and even less evidence that Russia’s intent was to help Trump win. Rather, according to the report (that the media is relying on to advance their narrative), if Russia did provide Wikileaks with the emails, the purpose was more likely to undermine the expected presidency of Hillary Clinton (by releasing emails that accurately portrayed the Democrat party as corrupt, incompetent, and contemptuous of its voters) whom the Russians expected to win.

The report says Putin ordered the 2016 campaign “to undermine public faith in the US democratic process, denigrate Secretary Clinton, and harm her electability and potential presidency.” The report goes on to say that at some point Putin “developed a clear preference” for Trump. But it also says that, “Moscow’s approach evolved over the course of the campaign based on Russia’s understanding of the electoral prospects of the two main candidates. When it appeared to Moscow that Secretary Clinton was likely to win the election, the Russian influence campaign then focused on undermining her expected presidency.”

That actually makes a lot more sense than the Conspiracy Theory that the Russians were out to help Donald Trump. But you have to think about it to get there, and thinking is harder than lapping up a narrative.

Am I supposed to get mad that Russia was seeking to “undermine an American president?” Not after spending eight years watching the BBC, Al-Jazeera, and CNN International (and most of the American news media, BTW) seek to undermine President George W. Bush.

Speaking of the role in media, the “Intelligence Reports” spends more time discussing the state-owned “Russia Today” network than it does discussing the hacking of DNC emails.

The IC report says, “Russia’s state-run propaganda machine — comprised of its domestic media apparatus, outlets targeting global audiences such as RT and Sputnik, and a network of quasi-government trolls — contributed to the influence campaign by serving as a platform for Kremlin messaging to Russian and international audiences.” Indeed, the report devotes more space to analyzing RT, the Russian TV network, than it does to hacking.

Is it wrong for foreign-owned media to try to influence American politics? Let me check that out with the New York Times… which is owned by a Mexican billionaire.

Again, it seems hard to believe that one rather obscure network could have more influence on an American election than the combined forces of CNN, ABC, CBS, NBC/MSDNC, PBS, NPR, and basically FoxNews (except Sean Hannity) who were wall-to-wall for months telling us that Hillary was going to win and Trump was the worst thing that could happen to America (and in some cases covertly collaborated with the Clinton campaign). Are the news media in America so weak and disrespected that a network from Russia has more influence? If so, the media have problems beyond an email hack.


Normalizing Pants-Crapping Insanity

Posted by V the K at 8:53 am - January 6, 2017.
Filed under: Big Journalism

Rachel Maddow was interviewed on the Bravo network where she … as the official representative of all smart progressives… opined on Donald Trump.

“If you booked Donald Trump on your show, what would your first question be?” Cohen asked Maddow, reading a viewer question.

After a pause, Maddow deadpanned: “Are you going to send me or anybody that I know to a camp?”

So, apparently this kind of “thinking” is mainstream on the left.

In an earlier interview Maddow (although it could have been Chris Hayes or Kyle McLachlan or k.d. lang, you can never be sure) said that she was “reading a lot about what it was like when Hitler first became chancellor.” And I’m all like, “Dude, you’re how old and how educated and you’re just now reading about how Hitler came to power?”

Greta Susteren? MeAgain Kelly? Meet your new queen bee. She’s nuts.

You know, Hillary Clinton literally talked about sending people to camps, but you don’t really hear the left acknowledging this so much.

Russian Hacking Looks More and More Like #FakeNews

Posted by V the K at 12:41 pm - January 5, 2017.
Filed under: Big Journalism

The FBI Never Examined the DNC’s Hacked Computers; The Diagnosis of “Hacked by Russia” Was Made By a Private Firm the DNC Hired.

The DNC isn’t acting like it thinks it was hacked by Russians. It’s acting only as if it’s in its political interest to claim it was hacked by Russians.

Then, there’s the whole #FakeNews “The Russians Hacked Our Electrical Grid” story that the Washington Post was pushing. Turns out to have been pretty much completely made up and hyped.

One Question Makes Smug Leftist Journos Meltdown

Posted by V the K at 4:00 pm - January 4, 2017.
Filed under: Big Journalism

The Press (the Priests and Priestesses of Obama’s Personality Cult) get really, really, REALLY defensive when it’s pointed out they live in a titanium bubble of self-absorption.

Which brings us to the simple question about truck ownership from John Ekdahl that drove Acela corridor progressive political journalists into a frenzy on Tuesday night: “The top 3 best selling vehicles in America are pick-ups. Question to reporters: do you personally know someone that owns one?”

There were basically three types of hysterical response to a simple question about truck owners: 1) shut up, 2) you’re stupid and/or sexist and/or racist, and 3) whatever, liar, trucks aren’t popular (far and away my favorite delusional response to a simple question from a group of people who want you to believe they’re extremely concerned about “fake news”). It turns out that people who are paid large sums of money to opine on what Americans outside the Acela province think get very upset if you demonstrate that they don’t actually know any of the people about whom they pretend to be experts.

#FakeNews Updates

Posted by V the K at 9:47 am - December 23, 2016.
Filed under: Big Journalism


The guy who got kicked off a Delta Airlines flight (spawning MFM news coverage, leftist outrage, and boycotts)… that was fake. (Note: The gay left is, as usual, siding with the Mohammedans.)

The black church in Mississippi that was supposedly torched by racist Trump supporters (spawning MFM news coverage, leftist outrage, and boycotts) … that was fake.

The 20 Republican rogue electors hyped by the MFM who were going to defect from Trump and make the Electoral College all higgledy-piggledy turned out to be two. (Five defected from Hillary.)

Update: I hadn’t heard about this one, it was at AoSHQ“Jewish family forced to flee after Breitbart and Fox falsely reported they got a school’s Christmas pageant cancelled” – Completely fake story. 

It sure is a good thing Facebook is teaming up with Snopes to protect us poor, stupid deplorables from all the fake news that’s out there. Oh, wait

FoxNews Sued by Black Employees for Racial Discrimination

J/K … it’s actually left-slanting fake news network CNN.

“Upon information and belief,” the suit says, “African-American employees have had to endure racial slurs and prejudicial biases from superiors such as, ‘it’s hard to manage black people’ and ‘who would be worth more: black slaves from times past or new slaves.’ ”

Earlier on CNN: “Donald Trump is a flat-out Racist.”

“Well, let me do it again, and let me do it in two languages: Es un racista. He is a flat-out racist and it’s what he’s played on for 16 months. He is a bigot. He is a racist.”

Trump Takes On the Democrat-Media Complex

Posted by V the K at 9:32 am - November 22, 2016.
Filed under: Big Journalism

Reports are that the heads of the major network news organizations went into a meeting with President-Elect Donald Trump yesterday expecting the usual; they would tell the Republican president-elect the terms they demanded for White Coverage and he would acquiesce to them. It did not turn out that way.

“Trump started with [CNN chief] Jeff Zucker and said ‘I hate your network, everyone at CNN is a liar and you should be ashamed,’”

“The meeting was a total disaster. The TV execs and anchors went in there thinking they would be discussing the access they would get to the Trump administration, but instead they got a Trump-style dressing down,”

Trump did the right thing. Yes, the media are a bunch of arrogant, partisan liars. They know Steve Bannon isn’t a Nazi, and they know Jeff Sessions isn’t a racist; but they promote exactly that Narrative because that’s the Narrative the Democrat Party wants to put out.

The press is not interested in merely informing the public of the facts and events of the day. They find that work tedious and beneath them. Members of the press see themselves as a sort of Priesthood, with a mission to guide the putrid masses toward a better, fairer, more enlightened world. Mere facts do not lend themselves to that mission; so the priesthood promotes a mix of fables and myths that make up The Narrative. For example; the public must be made to believe that White Racist Cops Gun Down Innocent Black Honor Students Every Day in order to nudge the world toward racial harmony and enlightenment. The public must be made to believe that Global Warming Climate Change is the most harrowing threat humanity has ever faced and that it is totally worth giving up our freedom and prosperity to prevent it because this moves the world toward Ecotopia. The public must be made to believe that all Republicans are closet Nazis (or the current code-word “White Nationalists”) so that the Democrats can advance the Agenda supported by The Narrative.

The strategy of every Republican, heretofore, has been to attempt to placate and appease the press. “Maybe if they see that we’re really nice guys, they’ll give us a fair shake.” How well did that work out for you George W Bush? How about you, President McCain?

And Donald Trump just said, “To Hell with that.” He recognizes that the Press are his adversaries; and he treats them as such.



The Slow Dawning of Belated Awareness

Posted by V the K at 10:42 am - November 10, 2016.
Filed under: Big Journalism,Media Bias

The Media totally let Hillary down this election. In 2012, they had no problem at all smearing Mitt Romney — by all accounts, a good and decent man with a successful record in business and Government — as a dog torturer who gave a poor gay kid a bad haircut and a woman cancer. Oh, and did you hear about how he wants to outlaw tampons… well, of course, that was a satirical website, but it certainly sounds like something he would do, doesn’t it?

Smearing Trump should have been an easy lay-up for them, and, boy, they sure did try, didn’t they? They brought out the Latin Beauty queen who (oh, what a horrible man) said Trump thought she needed to lose weight and ignored her involvement in organized crime. When screechy feminist Gloria Allred brought out her parade of women who had been “abused” by Trump thirty years ago, but only suddenly remembered the “abuse” when Hillary was running for president, the media was there. And when attacking Trump didn’t work, the media attacked his supporters. “What a bunch of ignorant, white, racist, stupid hicks.” (Because, surely, no respectable person would support the same candidate as those ignorant white racist stupid hicks.)

And this time, it didn’t work out so well for them.

In a few isolated patches of the Democrat Media Complex, a few are starting to wonder if maybe they are going about this the wrong way.


I Suppose the Question Is, Does He *Identify* as a Lion?

Posted by V the K at 8:25 pm - October 7, 2016.
Filed under: Big Journalism

And This Is Why Countries Don’t Have Two Queens

Posted by V the K at 8:33 am - October 6, 2016.
Filed under: Big Journalism,Divas

Apparently, there’s a lot of cat-fighting going on behind the scenes at the next Presidential debate. CNN’s Anderson Cooper and ABC’s Martha Radditz have both decided the debate really ought to be about them, and are behaving accordingly.

They are feuding over petty things, such as ‘Who does each particular topic?’ Both Anderson and Martha want to shine, to be tough on the candidates, and not to be accused of bias. There’s a lot at stake. So there’s a lot of turf-grabbing going on — attempts to box each other out to get the territory they are most well-suited for … They are supposed to be deep in rehearsals — the anchors and their teams have met a bunch of times, and the atmosphere has been acrimonious at best, at all levels, from the producers right up to the execs.

Meh, we know they’re both part of Team Hillary. What Donald Trump ought to do is bring a couple “I’m With Hillary” buttons to the debate and the first time Andy or Marty interrupts him, or cuts him off, or softballs Hillary (all of which will happen), he should cross the stage and say, “If you’re going to behave like that, you might as well be wearing these.”

The MFM Has the Bestest Editors and Fact-Checkers

Posted by V the K at 1:48 pm - May 15, 2016.
Filed under: Big Journalism

While you were distracted by the Tranny Bathroom Wars, Colorado apparently invaded Wyoming and set it up as a distribution center to export “Marjijuana” all over the country.

According to USA Today anyway. (They have partly fixed the graphic.)