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Mainstream Media Avoids Biggest Story

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 17:17 Written by
Media Loses Integrity By Avoiding Real Story!
What Big Outlets Like Washington Post Refuse to Acknowledge 
By: Jake Fogg, Fake News

The Donald Trump-Russian narrative lost all credibility yesterday when a hidden video caught a CNN executive admitting that the news media company didn’t believe its own story.

Since CNN first began reporting on this narrative, many major news outlets, such as the Washington Post have followed suit, in some cases collaborating with CNN on sensationalizing the baseless story.

Internet Deputy reported on one of the collaborations back on June 17th. The story provides clear evidence that The Washington Post has been, perhaps, the most instrumental of news organizations advancing the fake story.

 But The Post is not the only organization that has jumped on the “Russian collusion” narrative, leaving some to wonder how the many other news organizations intend to deal with this deflating information.  After all, these companies all participated in what has now been shown to be a false premise.

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CNN Claims Russian Story Bullsh*t!

Tuesday, 27 June 2017 19:31 Written by

CNN Claims Bullsh*t!

The Company's Own Executive Admits All!

By: Jake Fogg

Only days after CNN retracted a “Trump-Russia” story which resulted in the forced resignation of three of its investigative reporters, the results of an undercover investigation released this morning, gutted the entire narrative. A Project Veritas video caught a Sr. Producer at CNN admitting that the Russian story is “mostly bullsh*t.”

John Bonfield, a 15-year veteran of CNN, opened up to an investigative reporter who was recording with a hidden camera. The investigator asked several questions in casual conversation while visiting with him having lunch, riding in his car, and then at the CNN studio.

Project Veritas is a non-profit organization that, according to its web site, “Investigates corruption, dishonesty, self-dealing, waste, fraud, and other misconduct.”

As part of the lead-in, the Project Veritas video states that  CNN has mentioned the “Russian” story almost 16,000 times since President Donald Trump took office. The narrator goes on to say that the organization sent undercover reporters “to understand why.”    

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FBI Paid $50,000 to Anti-American Firm for Phony Docs!

Monday, 26 June 2017 18:51 Written by

Anti-American Firm Started "Russian" Rumor!

FBI Paid $50Grand for Leftist Firm's Phony Report

By: Jake Fogg

Much of the media-sensationalized Donald Trump “Russian Collusion Story” snow-balled from original allegations as a result of a fabricated “intelligence dossier” on the President. It is now known that the  secretive Washington firm that commissioned the dossier is only a propaganda company for the Democrat party and liberal affiliations.

The firm, Fusion GPS was threatened with subpoena by the Senate Judiciary Committee earlier this month after it refused to answer questions and provide information to the congressional panel. The information in question included the identity of the financiers of concocted intelligence dossier.

According to its web site, Fusion GPS is a company that is based in Washington, DC, and,”provides premium research, strategic intelligence, and due diligence services to corporations, law firms, and investors worldwide.”

Snowden Made NSA Aware

Saturday, 24 June 2017 13:10 Written by

Before Snowden NSA Was Unaware!


Had No Idea How Many Were Approved to Download Top-Secret Information

Originally Posted in the Washington Free Beacon

BY: Natalie Johnson 

June 24, 2017 5:00 am

The National Security Agency did not know how many officials were authorized to download and transfer top secret data from its servers prior to the high-profile leaks by former contractor Edward Snowden, according to a recently declassified government report.

The NSA was also unsuccessful in attempts to meaningfully cut the number of officials with "privileged" access to its most sensitive databases, the Department of Defense's inspector general determined in the 2016 investigation. The heavily redacted report was obtained by the New York Times through a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.

The agency struggled to achieve the mandated reductions because it had no idea how many employees or contractors were designated data transfer agents or privileged access users prior to the leaks.

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California Communist Healthcare Stalls...

Saturday, 24 June 2017 12:48 Written by

California Communist-care Stalls


Hotly Debated Topic in Governors Race

Originally Posted in the Sacrament Bee



Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon put the brakes on a sweeping plan to overhaul the health care market in California Friday, calling the bill “woefully incomplete.”

Rendon announced plans to park the bill to create a government-run universal health care system in Assembly Rules Committee “until further notice” and give senators time to fill in holes that the bill does not currently address.

“Even senators who voted for Senate Bill 562 noted there are potentially fatal flaws in the bill, including the fact it does not address many serious issues, such as financing, delivery of care, cost controls, or the realities of needed action by the Trump administration and voters to make SB 562 a genuine piece of legislation,” Rendon said.

Finally! Loretta Lynch in Hot Seat!

Saturday, 24 June 2017 00:44 Written by

Actual Wrong-Doing Being Looked Into


Committee Opens Probe Into Former AG

Originally posted by The Washington Times - Friday, June 23, 2017

By: Stephen Dinan -

The Senate Judiciary Committee has opened a probe into former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s efforts to shape the FBI’s investigation into 2016 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, the committee’s chairman announced Friday.

In a letter to Ms. Lynch, the committee asks her to detail the depths of her involvement in the FBI’s investigation, including whether she ever assured Clinton confidantes that the probe wouldn’t “push too deeply into the matter.”

Washington Post Insider Speaks Out...

Friday, 23 June 2017 22:53 Written by

Washington Post Its Own Worst Enemy

Post Insider Talks of Foul Mouthed Reporters

By:Deputy Reporter, Carlos Reynoso

The Mainstream Media's Character Assassination of Trump is only helping him. 

The Washington Post, in it’s typical multi-authored fashion, released a story this morning about President Donald Trump, which painted him as “stressed out” and “beleaguered” by the “ Russian Investigation”.

In spite of continuing reports of this nature, the president has consistently moved forward with his agenda as planned. While the president seems to be on a steady course, the course of the Washington Post is not consistent with its claimed objective and might, as some on the left now contend, actually be aiding the president in achieving his goals.

According to an inside source at the publication, reporting news is no longer as important as maintaining any narrative that makes the president look bad. Speaking on condition of anonymity, she told of conversations and behaviors that showed, in her words a “less than professional” image.

Political Campaigns

Thursday, 22 June 2017 23:14 Written by

The Real Winners After Georgia

Its Neither Candidate...

Originally Posted in US News

By: David Catanese

Triumphant Republicans are boasting that Karen Handel's win in Georgia's special House election is the ultimate validation that the backlash against President Donald Trump is Washington-centric and overblown.

Disappointed Democrats remain convinced the lesson from the loss is that if they continue to widen the competitive map going forward, they're bound to score victories in unexpected places given how they've been able to trim margins in GOP-favoring districts.

They both may be on to something.

Seventeen months ahead of the 2018 midterms, the electoral terrain remains unsettled, with neither party holding a clear and clean advantage.



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