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By: Steve - November 25, 2015 - 11:30am
After months of vilifying Black Lives Matter and labeling the movement a "hate group," Fox News devoted almost no coverage to a November 23 mass shooting that injured five protesters at a Black Lives Matter vigil in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and similarly downplayed the subsequent arrests of three white suspects.
By contrast, CNN provided updates throughout the day following the shooting, and MSNBC's Rachel Maddow offered in-depth coverage of the escalating threats of violence leading up to the attack.
Minutes of coverage by the big 3 cable news networks:
CNN - 10:37
FOX - 1:16
Five protesters suffered injuries when at least one person opened fire on a Black Lives Matter gathering outside the Minneapolis Police Department's 4th Precinct building on the evening of November 23. The Washington Post reported protesters had been "camping in front of the 4th Precinct since Nov. 15, when two Minneapolis police officers were involved in the contentious killing of 24-year-old Jamar Clark."
As of November 24, "the police said that they had arrested a 23-year-old white man, and that two other white men, ages 21 and 26, turned themselves in on Tuesday afternoon," according to The New York Times, which added, "the police also said they were aware of a video in which masked men are seen driving to the protest site and brandishing a pistol, while making racist comments and justifying the killing of Jamar Clark."
Social media posts of the three suspects "reveal a fascination with guns, video games, the Confederacy and right-wing militia groups."
As the news of the shooting made national headlines and developments poured in on November 24, Fox News devoted the least amount of coverage to the incident among cable networks.
According to a Media Matters review, Fox only mentioned the Minneapolis shooting 3 times, with coverage totalling only 1 minute and 16 seconds. CNN covered the story for 10 minutes and 37 seconds throughout the day, while MSNBC covered the story for just over 12 minutes.
The November 24 broadcast of MSNBC's The Rachel Maddow Show devoted a full segment to the incident, placing the shooting in the recent context of masked "anti-protesters or counter-protesters, or maybe you'd call them provocateurs" turning up at local Black Lives Matter protests to videotape the gatherings.
As host Rachel Maddow explained, demonstrators at the 4th Precinct faced racist intimidation and escalating threats of violence leading up to Monday's shooting.
The shooting follows months of Fox News attacks on the Black Lives Matter movement, including Fox hosts insanely comparing the movement to "the Nazi Party," and the "Klu Klux Klan," and a "hate group."
Fox host Bill O'Reilly continued his attacks on Black Lives Matter during an all white panel on his show the day following the shooting. During the November 24 broadcast of The O'Reilly Factor, O'Reilly said of the movement, "if black lives matter, how come this group isn't on the south side of Chicago when every weekend you've got a couple of dozen black lives lost," while a Fox analyst claimed Black Lives Matter is "inciting violence to the point of hate crime."
During that segment, O'Reilly even alluded to the police shooting of Jamar Clark, but failed to acknowledge that five people protesting Clark's death had been shot the night before or that three suspects had been arrested.
Racism Alert For Bill O'Reilly And Ben Carson
By: Steve - November 25, 2015 - 11:00am
Bill O'Reilly says he has never seen any racism from Donald Trump, even after Trump sent out a racist tweet, said it was ok for whites to beat up a black man at one of his campaign stops, and Ben Carson says he has never seen any evidence white police are racist against blacks. Which are ridiculous statements from both men, because the racism is there and we see it quite often.
In fact, I could probably report a story about racism by a Republican or a police officer every day. We just had a new police chief send out an e-mail using the n-word, and we had the Minnesota state GOP put out a racist tweet saying they have a negro problem.
A new police chief for the City of Farrell in Pennsylvania has come under fire for sending an offensive email that included racial slurs.
The newly sworn-in Thomas Burke, who is white, is slated to begin his term as police chief of Farrell, a city about 70 miles outside of Pittsburgh, on Jan. 1, according to WKBN Ohio News. In an April email soliciting donations for a local parent-teacher organization, Burke wrote: "Them Sharon n*****s gotta learn how to read."
And he was not fired, so this racist jerk is going to be the police chief for an entire city, and you think there is no racism by white cops against blacks Ben Carson, here it is jerk, right in your face.
Sharon and Farrell are neighboring cities in Mercer County, Pa. According to statistics pulled from the City-Data database, in 2010, 48 percent of Farrell's residents were black and 45 percent were white. This is the population that Burke has vowed to serve and protect as police chief.
Stephanie Sheffield, a Farrell city councilwoman, who is black, told Erie News that she was "hurt and upset" by Burke's e-mail.
Burke visited Sheffield at her home with an apology letter and explained that he uses the "n-word" frequently because that's "just the way it is" in their area, Sheffield told Erie News.
Minnesota GOP Apologizes For 'Negro Problem' Tweet
The head of the Republican party in Minnesota is apologizing after one of the GOP's district branches tweeted about a "negro problem."
The tweet, sent out by the state's 7th Congressional District GOP on Sunday, was a response to the Minnesota Democratic-Farmer-Labor (DFL) Party's call to make joblessness and poverty in the black community part of a proposed legislative special session, the Star Tribune reported.
"MN #DFL now propose a 'special session' to deal with their self-created '#negroproblem,'" the tweet said.
It has since been deleted, but images of the tweet are still being circulated on social media.
The DFL -- the state's affiliate of the Democratic Party -- immediately condemned the remarks.
"You don't have to look far to find ignorant hate speech masquerading as acceptable party messaging," DFL Chairman Ken Martin said in a statement. "However, this is not the first time the Minnesota Republican Party and their affiliates have posted racially insensitive material."
Over the weekend, a group of Donald Trump supporters punched and kicked a Black man who attended a Trump rally, and disrupted the event with cries of "Black Lives Matter." When asked later about his fans deplorable and violent behavior, Trump said that "maybe [the man] should have been roughed up, because it was absolutely disgusting what he was doing."
There have been no cries of outrage about how this man's right to free speech was violated through use of actual violence. And when a liberal simply shouts down a conservative at a Democratic rally O'Reilly and Fox News scream bloody murder and cry that the left is trying to shut down their free speech rights.
Instead, Trump condones white violence against a non-violent protestor. And in doing so, he demonstrates not only the complete hypocrisy of the right wing on questions of race but also the extent to which a deep desire and will to do violence toward Black people exists just beneath the surface of most right-wing political discourse.
And btw, Bill O'Reilly has not reported on either one of these stories. He ignores them so his viewers are uninformed, then he can claim he has not seen any racism by Trump or anyone in the Republican party. This kind of thing happens virtually every day, and O'Reilly ignores it all, he never reports any of it, ever.
O'Reilly ignores all the stories about racism, then denies there is any racism, and he claims to be honest and a truth teller? Give me a break, he is a biased, partisan, lying, hack, and that is a fact, I just proved it. Here is the evidence, he ignores it all then claims it never happens, not only is he biased, he is a liar.
More Proof Republican Policies Are Bad For The Country
By: Steve - November 25, 2015 - 10:00am
9 of The 12 States With The Highest Unemployment Are Run By Republicans
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, "North Dakota had the lowest jobless rate in October, 2.8 percent, followed by Nebraska, 2.9 percent. West Virginia had the highest rate, 6.9 percent. In total, 20 states had unemployment rates significantly lower than the U.S. figure of 5.0 percent, 12 states and the District of Columbia had measurably higher rates and 18 states had rates that were not appreciably different from that of the nation."
Here are the 12 states with a higher than the national average unemployment rate of 5.0%:
1). West Virginia (D) (6.9%)States with Republican governors tend to lag behind the national economy. And the fastest way for voters to kill economic growth is to vote a Republican into office. Something O'Reilly never mentions, or Fox News for that matter. In fact, if you listen to O'Reilly you would think Democrats who run states are terrible for job growth, when it is the exact opposite that is true.
The one thing that the Republican states on the list all have in common is that they have implemented the conservative economic policy of tax cuts for the wealthy and corporations.
And to the surprise of no one, cutting taxes for those at the top in these states has not resulted in the magic job fairy raining jobs down from the skies on to the hard working people below. Republican economic policies do not create jobs, they just make the rich and the corporations richer.
The country is watching the Republican presidential candidates promise to use the same policies that are failing at the state level if they get into the White House.
The struggles of red states to perform at the level that President Obama has national economy humming at should be a red flag for voters.
President Obama has righted the economic ship, and the fastest way to sink the boat would be to let Republicans steer the country straight into the trickle down iceberg.
Fact-Checking Site Finds Trump Only Tells Truth 7% Of The Time
By: Steve - November 25, 2015 - 9:00am
So of course Bill O'Reilly calls him an honest politician, even though he is the biggest liar in the campaign.
Last week Donald Trump faced widespread criticism after tweeting a racially-charged graphic that falsely claimed that 81 percent of white murder victims are killed by people of color, when in fact, according to FBI data, 82 percent of white Americans were killed by other white Americans in murders where the race of both the victim and offender were known.
Additionally, Trump's graphic was sourced to the "Crime Statistics Bureau - San Francisco," which does not exist.
So O'Reilly had Trump on his show, he sort of called Trump out for the racist lies, while saying he is not a racist and telling him to stop using bogus stats.
Here is a partial transcript of what O'Reilly said, he called Trump an honest politician, even though fact-checkers have shown that only about 7 percent of what Trump says is true.
O'REILLY: Look, you know I'm looking out for you, right? You know that? That I'm looking out for you? I look out for every honest politician, I don't care what party they are in. Don't do this. Don't put your name on stuff like this. Because it makes the other side, it gives them stuff to tell the ill-informed voter that you are a racist. I mean, you just handed them a platter.What I find most ridiculous about the rise of Donald Trump to the top of the Republican party's presidential ticket is the fact that almost nothing he says is true. And it's not just that he lies, it's that he seems to just make stuff up as he goes along. Then to top it all off, I can't remember a time where he's ever admitted being wrong about anything -- despite the fact that he's wrong about pretty much everything.
When looking at his scorecard on the non-partisan fact-checking site Politifact, the numbers are shocking. Politifact's ratings system is based on six metrics: True, Mostly True, Half True, Mostly False, False and Pants on Fire.
The way I calculate numbers is everything that's True/Mostly True I consider truthful, everything that's Mostly False/False/Pants on Fire I view as being dishonest and I ignore Half True statements because often the conclusions are subjective and convoluted.
So, how does Trump rank? According to Politifact, of the 71 comments they've fact checked, only 7 percent (5 of 71) of what Trump says is truthful (all 5 of those statements are rated as Mostly True). Meanwhile, 75 percent (53 of 71) of what they've fact checked has been a lie.
For those who don't feel like doing the math, 18 percent (13 of 71) of his comments were rated as Half True. While his overall scorecard is atrocious, when you look at some of his Pants on Fire comments, the absurdity he spews is shocking.
It goes beyond basic dishonesty with Trump to outright propaganda. Anyone who runs for public office is going to slant and distort the truth from time to time, but Trump doesn't just distort reality -- he flat-out makes up his own. And the worst part is, his supporters actually believe he's honest, including Bill O'Reilly.
You cannot convince these folks that he's full of crap because most of them are every bit as delusional as he is. I guess if there's one positive thing that's come from Donald Trump running for president, it's that he's generously given plenty of job security to fact checkers.
O'Reilly said he was looking out for Trump because he is an honest politician, which is just laughable, and it shows two things about O'Reilly. That he is biased for Trump, and that he is dishonest for ignoring all the Trump lies, while telling his viewers that Trump is honest.
They are friends, both Republicans and both liars. So neither one of them can be trusted to tell you the truth, they are both proven liars.
Ben Carson Does Not Know Who Wrote The Constitution
By: Steve - November 24, 2015 - 11:00am
And what's worse is, he wrote a book about it, and still got it wrong.
During a Sunday interview, Carson was asked which founding father stood out to him, to which he answered Thomas Jefferson. The problem is, Jefferson was not around when the constitution was being drafted.
Carson said this: "I'm impressed by a lot of them, but particularly impressed with Thomas Jefferson, who seemed to have very deep insight into the way that people would react," Carson said. "And he tried to craft our Constitution in a way that it would control people's natural tendencies and control the natural growth of the government."
Jefferson was not around when the Constitution was being drafted. Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence. That's a fact which seems to elude many Republicans who often cite the words "endowed by our Creator" as proof that the nation was founded on Christianity.
To make matters worse, Carson's newest book, A More Perfect Union, manages to accurately cite the fact that Jefferson was in France when the Constitution was drafted. This raises the question, how much did Carson actually have to do with writing his own book? For the record, James Madison is considered the "father of the Constitution."
This marks the second big gaffe Carson has made about our Founding Fathers in just the last couple weeks. Earlier this month he tried to defend himself from questions about whether or not he's qualified to be president considering his lack of political experience by inaccurately stating that none of the Founding Fathers had any political experience either:
"You are absolutely right -- I have no political experience. The current Members of Congress have a combined 8,700 years of political experience. Are we sure political experience is what we need? Every signer of the Declaration of Independence had no elected office experience."
Unfortunately for Carson, the vast majority of the men who signed the Declaration of Independence did have backgrounds in politics and government. He later tried to backtrack by saying he meant they didn't have any "federal" government experience.
Sadly for Ben Carson, the federal government didn't exist before it was created by our Founding Fathers. Are any of these statements particularly huge deals by themselves? No. Everyone is prone to making false statements now and again. The issue here is that Ben Carson makes them all the time. Over the last month or so he's repeatedly been caught saying one thing, only to adjust what he meant once he's been called out for saying something inaccurate.
Take for instance the statement he made during the fourth GOP debate where he clearly implied that the Chinese were conducting military operations in Syria. He actually doubled down on that statement before finally admitting that he didn't know what he was talking about.
Luckily it seems as if even many conservatives are realizing how woefully unfit Ben Carson is to be our next president. Unfortunately, that's not really saying much considering many of those same conservatives think Donald Trump would make an amazing commander-in-chief.
O'Reilly Claims He's Never Seen Racism From Donald Trump
By: Steve - November 24, 2015 - 10:00am
And he said it while discussing a racist tweet from Trump. O'Reilly never sees any racism from any white Republicans, including himself, it's the same as Ben Carson saying he has not seen any evidence white cops are racist against black people. It's all lies from O'Reilly, Trump, and Carson, one lies and they all defend it and swear to it.
Monday night Bill O'Reilly defended Donald Trump, claiming he's never seen the GOP presidential hopeful show any racism, while correcting Trump's racist and inaccurate tweet that falsely claimed African-Americans are responsible for more than 80 percent of murders against whites.
Donald Trump faced widespread criticism after tweeting a racially-charged graphic that falsely claimed that 81 percent of white murder victims are killed by people of color. Even though FBI crime data shows that the majority of murders are committed by members of the same race.
On the November 13 edition of his show, O'Reilly interviewed Trump, who claimed he was "probably the least racist person on Earth." O'Reilly agreed with him, commenting "I never saw any racism from you," then immediately criticized Trump's racist tweet, explaining to him that the statistic is "totally wrong."
And btw folks, Trump has said a lot of racist things, O'Reilly will just never admit it, because he is his friend and he is a fellow Republican. O'Reilly and Trump have even been seen together at Yankee games, they are friends who sometimes hang out with each other, so he has a bias for Trump.
O'REILLY: Are you aware that the liberal media and the Democratic Party in general are trying to paint you as a racist? Are you aware of that?And now some facts: According to FBI data, 82 percent of white Americans were killed by other white Americans in murders where the race of both the victim and offender were known.
Additionally, Trump's graphic was sourced to the "Crime Statistics Bureau - San Francisco," which does not exist.
Trump has made numerous xenophobic and racially-charged comments that were defended and praised by right-wing media. In July, Trump called Mexican immigrants "criminals" and "rapists," and later cited an "unabashedly racist" deportation plan created during the Eisenhower presidency, dubbed "Operation Wetback," as an example for his deportation policy.
Recently, Trump inaccurately claimed that thousands of Muslim-Americans cheered when the World Trade Center buildings fell, and when asked about a Black Lives Matter protester who was beaten at one of his rallies, Trump responded that, "Maybe he should have been roughed up."
Even Republicans Are Slamming Trump For Muslim Database Comments
By: Steve - November 23, 2015 - 11:00am
You know you screwed up (in politics) when your own people slam you for something you said, which is exactly what has happened to Donald Trump. Who now claims he never said what he said, or meant when they thought, when he clearly did, and he is just trying to back away from it now.
Saturday Donald Trump tried to back away from his support for a government database to track Muslims in the United States, an idea that drew sharp rebukes from his Republican presidential rivals and disbelief from legal experts.
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush called the prospect of a registry "abhorrent." Florida Sen. Marco Rubio said the idea was "unnecessary" and not something Americans would support. Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, who has largely avoided criticizing Trump throughout the 2016 campaign, said, "I'm not a fan of government registries of American citizens."
"The First Amendment protects religious liberty, and I've spent the past several decades defending the religious liberty of every American," Cruz told reporters in Sioux City, Iowa.
Trump was pressed on the idea of a registry by an NBC News reporter Thursday evening while the candidate campaigned in Iowa. Asked if there should be a database system for tracking Muslims in the United States, Trump said, "There should be a lot of systems, beyond databases." The reporter asked if that was something Trump would put in place as president. Trump replied: "I would certainly implement that. Absolutely."
Trump also told the reporter that Muslims would "have to be" registered and said that the registration process could occur at "different places."
Then after getting slammed by virtually everyone in the world, Trump did an interview on Fox News Channel on Friday evening, where he changed what he said and tried to clarify his position. "I want a watch list for the Syrian refugees that (President Barack) Obama's going to let in if we don't stop him as Republicans," he said.
He also now claims he had trouble hearing the NBC reporter's questions, even though he gave specific answers and it was clear he heard exactly what the reporter asked.
Trump has also voiced support for closing certain mosques as a way to contain the terrorist threat in the U.S.
The Republican led House passed legislation this past week essentially barring Syrian and Iraqi refugees from the United States. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., has slotted the bill for possible Senate consideration, though it's unclear whether the chamber could get enough votes to override a threatened veto by President Barack Obama.
The Republican candidates unified criticism of Trump was striking.
His rivals have vacillated in how they have handled other inflammatory comments from Trump, apparently wary of alienating his supporters while increasingly concerned that he has held his grip on the race deep into the fall.
Civil liberties experts said a database for Muslims would be unconstitutional on several counts. The libertarian Cato Institute's Ilya Shapiro said the idea violates basic privacy and liberty rights.
Marci Hamilton, a Yeshiva University legal expert on religious liberty, said requiring Muslims to register appears to be a clear violation of the Constitution's protection of religious freedom.
"What the First Amendment does and what it should do is drive the government to use neutral criteria," Hamilton said. "You can use neutral criteria to identify terrorists. What it can't do is engage in one-religion bashing. That won't fly in any court."
Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, at a Tennessee rally Friday evening, said, "Mr. Trump has attacked Mexican immigrants, he's attacked women and now he's attacking Muslim Americans. At some point you have to ask yourself, is that the kind of country we are?"
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders said Trump's words were "outrageous and bigoted."
Vice President Joe Biden, who gave the White House's weekly Internet and radio address while Obama was in Asia, said IS wants to "manufacture a clash between civilizations," and to turn away refugees (who are mostly women, children, orphans, torture survivors) and "say there is no way you can ever get here would play right into the terrorists' hands."
On the GOP side, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said creating a national registry based on religion and closing mosques "will do nothing to keep us safer and shows a lack of understanding on how to effectively prevent terrorist attacks."
Ohio Gov. John Kasich said requiring people to register with the federal government because of their religion "strikes against all that we have believed in our nation's history."
Ben Carson, the retired neurosurgeon who has challenged Trump's lead in the GOP race, said the U.S. should have a database on "every foreigner who comes into this country," but he rejected the idea of tracking U.S. citizens based on their religion.
"One of the hallmarks of America is that we treat everybody the same," he said. "If we're just going to pick out a particular group of people based on their religion, based on their race, based on some other thing, that's setting a pretty dangerous precedent."
More Proof Fox News Makes Republicans Clueless & Misinformed
By: Steve - November 23, 2015 - 10:00am
If you want more proof Fox News makes Republicans stupid and uninformed, here it is. These are most likely people who watch Fox News every day, and they are getting bad information.
A Bloomberg Poll released on November 19th found that a majority of Republican voters believe the unemployment rate has gone up during Barack Obama's presidency.
According to the poll, 53 percent of Republican voters erroneously think the unemployment rate is higher now than when Barack Obama was first inaugurated in January of 2009. Only 38 percent of Republican voters actually knew that the unemployment rate has dropped during Obama's presidency.
The unemployment rate has not only dropped since Obama took office, it has dropped dramatically. When Barack Obama took the oath of office in January 2009, the unemployment rate was 7.8 percent. It rose to 10.0 percent by October of that same year, as the full impact of the 2008 Bush caused economic crisis took hold and caused massive job losses in the U.S. economy.
In fact, since October of 2009, the unemployment rate has dropped sharply, and by October 2015 it had fallen to 5.0 percent.
Since the Bush economy crashed in 2008, Barack Obama has put Americans back to work again, and the nation has seen a good economic recovery.
Bill O'Reilly and the majority of republican voters however, live in an alternate reality. They are so resistant to the idea that America is not on the road to ruin, that they refuse to see any good news so long as Barack Obama remains in the White House.
O'Reilly still claims to this day that Obama has been a terrible President and that the economy is in Chaos, even though all the stats and economic measures show good growth, low unemployment rates, and low gas prices, the exact opposite of what O'Reilly and the GOP say.
Their frustration with President Obama is rooted in ideology, bigotry, and racism, not in genuine suffering. Republicans can believe what they want to believe, but they should never confuse their beliefs with the truth.
With the GOP base so detached from reality, it is little wonder that they have rallied behind Donald Trump's bogus "make America great again" slogan.
Republican voters refuse to admit that Barack Obama already made America great again, rebuilding it from the economic destruction caused by the policies of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney.
The GOP refuses to accept reality. They want to believe Barack Obama is a terrible president who has caused Americans untold suffering. They want to believe that unemployment has risen with Obama in the White House.
But this made up nightmare is a figment of Republican voters collective imaginations. The unemployment rate has dropped under Obama's leadership, and even if Republicans ca not admit that reality, the rest of us know its the truth.
Just look at the facts, gas is $1.89 a gallon, the stock market is at or near record highs, job growth is over 250,000 a month, unemployment is at 5%, the GDP is doing well in every quarter, and virtually every economic measure we have shows good news, housing, banking, car manufacturing, and on and on, it's all good news.
But O'Reilly and the GOP have to lie to you about it because they want you to think the current Democrat in the White House is a bad President, so that Hillary will not be the next President.
Well I have some news for the lying O'Reilly and the GOP, your lies will not work and you can say hello to President Clinton soon, because none of the right-wing loons running will ever beat her, no matter how many lies you tell on the GOP/Fox News Network, that only 3 million people watch anyway.
Ted Cruz Is Opposed To Syrian Refugees He Supported A Year Ago
By: Steve - November 22, 2015 - 11:00am
Here is a perfect example of political bias and hypocrisy, a year ago Ted Cruz supported letting Syrian refugees into the country, now that Obama supports it and after the Paris attacks he is suddenly opposed to it, as are all Republicans.
Interviewed in February 2014, Republican Senator Ted Cruz declared that Syrian refugees should be permitted into the United States and argued that this could be done without jeopardizing national security.
"We have welcomed refugees -- the tired, huddled masses -- for centuries. That's been the history of the United States," he told Fox News in a video featured on Cruz's website. "We should continue to do so." He added: "We have to continue to be vigilant to make sure those coming are not affiliated with the terrorists, but we can do that."
But since last week's Paris attacks, the GOP presidential candidate has been a fierce critic of the Obama administration's policy to permit some Syrian refugees into the United States.
"It is nothing less than lunacy,” Cruz said on Saturday, citing security concerns. "It makes no sense whatsoever for us to be bringing in refugees who our intelligence cannot determine if they are terrorists here to kill us or not. Those who are fleeing persecution should be resettled in the Middle East in majority Muslim countries."
The White House plans to accept 10,000 refugees from Syria over the next year, out of more than 4 million who are estimated to have fled the war-torn country.
Cruz, who is even the son of a refugee to the United States, on Wednesday introduced legislation that will ban virtually all refugees from Syria and Iraq from entering the country.
He also challenged President Obama to debate him on the issue. "Come back and insult me to my face," Cruz said.
Fox Contributor Says We Should Stop Worrying About People's Rights
By: Steve - November 22, 2015 - 10:00am
Ummm, let me see, no. Earth to Fox News idiot, we can not do that even if we want to, because it would be a violation of the constitution, you freaking moron.
BO DIETL: When you see what we saw Friday night -- I was on Charles show and Charles said Bo what would you do? You know I said right away, you've got to go in right away and save whatever hostages you can because they are -- one thing, there's no negotiating -- they're willing to die. We're dealing with crazy people that want to die. You've got to take head shots and take them out.
SEAN HANNITY: Our FBI, our national intelligence, they're all warning us, why our president won't listen -- they will infiltrate that community, and they'll come to -- well, they're here already.
HANNITY: They want to kill us.
DIETL: We broke so many, so many plots by eavesdropping on these radical Mosques. We've got to do it again. And let's stop worrying about people's rights.
O'Reilly Factor Fill-In Host Says We Should Carpet Bomb Syria
By: Steve - November 21, 2015 - 11:30am
Now think about this, Eric Bolling is the guy O'Reilly hand picked to fill in for him almost every Friday, on holidays, and when he takes vacations. After saying a million times he is not a conservative, and laughingly claiming to be an Independent, O'Reilly picks one of the most far-right conservatives at Fox to be his fill-In host.
Bolling is as far-right as you can get, and someone a real non-partisan Independent would never allow to even be on his show, let alone host it.
This same guy now says we should just carpet bomb Syria and to hell with all the innocent civilians who would get killed, even though it would be a violation of the Geneva Conventions and a Human Rights violation. The same kind of stuff we slam other countries for doing.
Imagine this, what do you think Bolling would say if a foreign country carpet bombed an American city, say New York? Can you imagine what Bolling would say to that, and yet, he is calling for us to carpet bomb Syria.
Quote: Fox's Eric Bolling: "Go Carpet Bomb The Place And If You're A Civilian And You're Dumb Enough To Be Next To ISIS You Will Not Survive"
ERIC BOLLING: We've been talking about this for the better part of two years and I've been saying absolutely, patently level Raqqa, go carpet bomb the place and if you're a civilian and you're dumb enough to be next to ISIS you will not survive that one either. I've been saying this long before Trump came into the race. So that is the answer.
O'Reilly has said a million times you are linked to what people say that work for you, or with you, or are your friends, etc. He said Obama was linked to what Pastor Wright said when he said God Damn to America during a church speech that Obama used to go to. So if we use the same argument for O'Reilly, he is linked to what Bolling said, and if he keeps having him host his show, he is supporting what Bolling said.
100% Proof Bill O'Reilly Is Biased In Favor Of Republicans
By: Steve - November 21, 2015 - 11:00am
Bill O'Reilly said this on March 19th of 2004:
O'REILLY: "If al Qaeda attacks here, President Bush is re-elected in a heartbeat."
On the morning of March 11, 2004, one year after American-led forces invaded Iraq, ten bombs located on four different commuter trains exploded in Spain's capital of Madrid, killing more than 190 people and wounding nearly 2,000. The attack was seen as revenge against Spain for being an ally with Bush in the Iraq invasion.
An al-Qaeda terror cell claimed credit for the attack against Spain, and the assault marked the deadliest terror attack in Europe since the 1980s.
The event was quickly labeled "Spain's 9/11," just like the Paris massacre last week is being referred to as "France's 9/11." The similarities extend beyond the death tolls and the European locations.
Both countries were seen as key American allies in the war on terror. And both deadly attacks took place against the backdrop of an American election season. In March 2004, President George W. Bush was readying his re-election campaign against Democrat John Kerry. Today, Republicans and Democrats are approaching the presidential primary season.
What's different now, about the similar attacks is how Bill O'Reilly, Fox News, and the conservative media covered the attack, and the blame games they did and did not try to play.
Looking back at the Fox coverage from 2004, President Bush was a minor player in the story and his name was barely ever mentioned. For Fox viewers, Bush was not targeted for any of the blame following the Madrid attack.
By contrast, some at Fox today, including "news" anchors, can barely contain their contempt for Obama in the wake of the Paris killings. (Not to mention their open hatred for Islam.)
What's even more startling was the claims from the Fox talking heads in 2004 that, politically, a terror attack on America in 2004 would be good news for Bush; that it would seal his re-election bid because voters would overwhelmingly rally around the president.
For anyone who's been watching the Fox News coverage since Friday and seen the almost non-stop smear campaign against Obama (it's been part of the larger, right-wing media freakout), it's almost unimaginable what the Fox commentary would sound like if ISIS killed hundreds in America during next year's campaign.
I would bet the farm the calls for impeachment from O'Reilly and Fox would come very fast.
Fox and other right-wing outlets are already condemning Obama for a terror attack that happened overseas, that he had nothing to do with.
Fox contributor Michael Goodwin insisted Obama resign "for the good of humanity" if he "cannot rise to the challenge of leadership" after the Paris killings.
Fox's Ralph Peters claimed the "only president on the American continent who has done more damage" to America than Obama, "was actually Jefferson Davis, president of the Confederate States of America."
And Bill Hemmer suggested terror victims "pay the price for the lack of security" fostered by Obama's anti-ISIS strategy.
None of that partisan hack nonsense was said following the historic Madrid attack when Bush was President and in charge of the so-called war on terror. When Fox did cover the breaking story, there was little attention paid to Bush.
For instance, on the night of the Madrid attack under Bush, Sean Hannity hosted former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and there was no finger-pointing about the bombing. But when Hannity recently hosted Giuliani to address the Paris attack, the former mayor not only denounced Obama's leadership, he claimed, "ISIS is an Obama creation." (Even though It is not.)
Fox hosts and guests even denied the attack had anything to do with Bush. Later that month Sean Hannity announced he was fed up with the "shrill rhetoric" from liberals, especially ones who suggested Bush "was responsible for the attacks in Madrid."
This is the same Sean Hannity who in recent days has emptied the tank in terms of shrill rhetoric and has claimed Obama is responsible for the Paris attack.
By the way, in March 2004, the New York Times detailed how Democrats, including primary frontrunner John Kerry, were specifically not politicizing the Madrid attack or criticizing the Bush administration:
''We're all sick to our stomachs that Al Qaeda seems to have scored a victory,'' said Senator Charles E. Schumer, Democrat of New York. ''After a real tragedy happens, you don't want to talk about it right away.''The new attack at Fox is that Obama and Hillary Clinton refuse to use the phrase "radical Islam" when condemning the acts of terror in Paris. It's become a cardinal sin on Fox News.
While ignoring the fact that following the Madrid massacre, Bush also did not condemn "radical Islam," a move that was met with mostly silence from the conservative media. So in 2004, Bush did not do what conservatives now demand Obama must do, and in 2004 Fox News led the way in not caring.
And then there was the 2004 conservative spin that if America were hit by another jihadist assault, Bush would be the political benefactor.
"If a terrorist group attacked the U.S. three days before an election, does anyone doubt that the American electorate would rally behind the president or at least the most aggressively antiterror party?" asked the conservative David Brooks in March 2004.
Eight days later, Bill O'Reilly said this, while interviewing historian Andrew Apostolou:
O'REILLY: If al Qaeda attacks here, President Bush is re-elected in a heartbeat, because Americans aren't...O'Reilly was certain: Americans will come together "in any kind of attack."
The exception of course being when there's a Democrat in the White House and you work for Fox News. This is 100% proof Bill O'Reilly and all of Fox News has a bias for Republicans and against Democrats.
When a terrorist attack happens in a foreign country under a Republican, Bush is not to blame at all, even though it was seen as revenge for the Iraq invasion, and it happened right after the Iraq war started. And O'Reilly claims an attack on American soil would be good for Bush and rally the people to support him.
But when a terrorist attack happens in a foreign country under a Democrat, O'Reilly and Fox instantly blame Obama and warn that if an attack happened in America they would call for him to be impeached. It's total 100% hypocrisy and bias from O'Reilly and Fox, and ridiculous.
Ben Carson Shows He Is Crazy In Fox News Interview
By: Steve - November 21, 2015 - 10:00am
Fox News Sunday tried to ask Ben Carson some policy questions about the terrorist attack in Paris, and the result was a dose of insanity that include a lecture on brain size, and Carson's support for a shooting war with Russia over a no-fly zone in Syria.
Carson was asked four times by host Chris Wallace what his response to the Paris attacks would be if he were president, and he did not answer, but the real crazy was yet to come.
In response to the question about whether the US should accept refugees from Syria, Carson went on a rant about the human brain:
WALLACE: The Obama administration has said before that it would accept up to 10,000 Syrian refugees as part of the humanitarian crisis. We now learn that one of these attackers had a Syrian passport that indicated he had been part of the refugee flood into Europe in October. Would you continue that policy?
CARSON: Well, you know, as I've said all along, bringing people into this country from that area of the world I think is a huge mistake. Because why wouldn't they infiltrate them with people who are ideologically opposed to us? It would be foolish for them not to do that.
So, we need to be very compassionate to understand that these people have been displaced and we should use our expertise and resources to help get them resettled over there, and to support them over there, but to bring them here under these circumstances is a suspension of intellect.
You know, the reason that the human brain has these big frontal lobes as opposed to other animals, because we can engage in rational thought processing, we can, you know, extract information from the past, the present, process it and project it into a plan. Animals, on the other hand, have big brain stems and rudimentary things, because they react. We don’t have to just react, we can think.
Carson then took crazy to another level when he suggested we get into a shooting war with Russia in Syria:
WALLACE: Dr. Carson what happens if the Russians respond to that by shooting down one of our planes?
CARSON: I would do that in conjunction with the Turkish forces along the Syrian/Turkish border where a huge number of those refugees located. It's a humanitarian thing to try to provide them a safe haven for now.
WALLACE: But sir, if I may press my...
CARSON: And I would make sure that the Russians understood that we are going to do that.
WALLACE: If I may press my point, what do you do if -- after we shoot down a Russian plane, they shoot down one of ours?
CARSON: If they violate it, we will, in fact, enforce it. And, you know, we'll see what happened. You know, too, for us to always be backing down because we are afraid of a conflict, that's not how we became a great nation, Chris.
WALLACE: But you're talking about getting potentially into a shooting war with Russia over Syria?
CARSON: Well, if we established a no-fly zone and we make clear the rules, if they violate it, that's why you have a no-fly zone. That's the very definition of a no-fly zone. You can't fly there.
Carson was asked policy questions about an unexpected crisis that all presidents might have to deal with, and he showed that he is completely unfit to be the President.
Insane rambling about the size of the human brain is not an answer to a question about continuing the policy of accepting Syrian refugees. And the idea that the United States could get into a shooting war with Russia to protect a no-fly zone in Syria is flat out crazy talk.
Over the weekend, some top Republicans privately admitted that they viewed both Carson and Trump as unfit to be Commander In Chief.
A lot of the Republicans are terrified that Trump or Carson could win their party's nomination and lead the party to a crushing defeat. After Carson's appearance on Fox News, he appears to be even less sane than Donald Trump.
Now here is the scary part, Ben Carson's success as a presidential candidate shows just how far-right and crazy Republican voters have become. Because you have to be nuts to support Carson or Trump, neither one of them are qualified to be the President.
Insane Republican Congressman Says God Sent Ted Cruz To Save America
By: Steve - November 20, 2015 - 11:30am
Wow! Insanity alert!
As Donald Trump continues to lead in the Republican polls and the air starts to go out of the Ben Carson campaign, GOP primary voters have started to look at other candidates who have been waiting for their turn in the spotlight.
The contender with the best financial and ideological standing to make a deep run at the nomination is Ted Cruz, and according to Iowa congressman Steve King, Ted Cruz was sent by god to save the "soul of America."
Ted Cruz has picked up the endorsement of Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King, who is not only an influential political force in the first-in-the-nation caucus state but also a prominent face of the anti-gay and anti-immigration movements.
"For almost a year now, my regular prayer has been that God would raise up a leader whom he will use to restore the soul of America," King said in a video message, asking Iowans to "do your duty for God and country, come to caucus, and support Ted Cruz for president of the United States."
Given that this endorsement is from an Iowa congressman where the first GOP voters go to the polls in less than two months, this is huge for Ted Cruz. It's also devastating for contenders like Mike Huckabee or Rick Santorum who desperately need the support of evangelical conservatives in order to make any sort of showing in the caucuses.
Politico reports that Ted Cruz's shot at winning the nomination is looking better than ever, considering that he has plenty of cash on hand and is well-organized across the country. Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio come across as more moderate, but only the more rigidly and severely conservative will do for Republican voters in 2016.
Once Ben Carson sells enough of his books, he'll drop out and blame establishment Republicans and the liberal media for his failure. Donald Trump could lose a couple of primaries and then re-enter the race as a third-party candidate, just to make sure that the GOP's chance of winning the White House is totally eliminated.
This is where Ted Cruz comes in to pick up the ex-supporters of Donald Trump and Ben Carson, both of whom he has been very careful not to anger so far.
Ted Cruz knows just the way to the hearts of Republican primary voters. Cruz also understands the perfect formula of blind faith and unwavering acceptance of conservative doctrine that will appeal to religious conservatives in Iowa and beyond. We all know that god didn't tell Cruz or any other candidate to run for president, but you can't convince his supporters of that, because they are as crazy as he is.
Paul Krugman Calls Out Conservatives Reaction To Terror Attacks
By: Steve - November 20, 2015 - 10:30am
Krugman: "The Same People Now Hyping The Terrorist Danger" Of Syrian Refugees In Right-Wing Media Also Hyped The "Greatly Exaggerated" Ebola Scare Of 2014. Including Bill O'Reilly, who says the exact same things they do, while claiming to not be a conservative.
Paul Krugman called out Bill O'Reilly and the right-wing media's baseless anxiety about Syrian refugees and "exaggerated" panic over the threat of a terrorist attack as the latest example of the "apocalyptic mind-set that has developed among Republicans during the Obama years."
In a November 20th column, Krugman observed that Fox News contributor Erick Erickson's "bizarre" threat not to "see the new 'Star Wars' movie on opening day, because 'there are no metal detectors at American theaters'" is "part of a larger pattern" of right-wing panic.
Right-wing media reacted to the November 13th ISIS-led attacks on Paris and elsewhere with sweeping and unfounded claims that President Obama's anti-terror response is endangering U.S national security, with some on Fox even claiming that he has "Islamic sympathies." Others vilified Syrian refugees and defended calls for religious litmus tests, only accepting Christian refugees, on the basis that "Muslims might blow us up."
Krugman noted that among conservatives "these days, panic attacks after something bad happens are the rule rather than the exception." He attributed this epidemic to the "apocalyptic mind-set that has developed among Republicans during the Obama years": "Think about it. From the day Mr. Obama took office, his political foes have warned about imminent catastrophe. Fiscal crisis! Hyperinflation! Economic collapse, brought on by the scourge of health insurance!"
Krugman recalled the right-wing media's "great Ebola scare of 2014," which featured assertions that President Obama would expose American troops to Ebola to "atone for colonialism." While the "threat of pandemic, like the threat of a terrorist attack, was real," he wrote, "it was greatly exaggerated, thanks in large part to hype from the same people now hyping the terrorist danger." All of this overblown fearmongering is, Krugman concludes, "what the right is all about.
Erick Erickson, the editor in chief of the website RedState.com, is a serious power in right-wing circles. Speechifying at RedState's annual gathering is a rite of passage for aspiring Republican politicians, and Mr. Erickson made headlines this year when he disinvited Donald Trump from the festivities.
So it's worth paying attention to what Mr. Erickson says. And as you might guess, he doesn't think highly of President Obama's antiterrorism policies.
Still, his response to the attack in Paris was a bit startling. The French themselves are making a point of staying calm, indeed of going out to cafesto show that they refuse to be intimidated. But Mr. Erickson declared on his website that he won't be going to see the new "Star Wars" movie on opening day, because "there are no metal detectors at American theaters."
It's a bizarre reaction -- but when you think about it, it's part of a larger pattern. These days, panic attacks after something bad happens are the rule rather than the exception, at least on one side of the political divide.
But we shouldn't really be surprised, because we've seen this movie before (unless we were too scared to go to the theater). Remember the great Ebola scare of 2014? The threat of a pandemic, like the threat of a terrorist attack, was real. But it was greatly exaggerated, thanks in large part to hype from the same people now hyping the terrorist danger.
What's more, the supposed "solutions" were similar, too, in their combination of cruelty and stupidity. Does anyone remember Mr. Trump declaring that "the plague will start and spread" in America unless we immediately stopped all plane flights from infected countries? Or the fact that Mitt Romney took a similar position? As it turned out, public health officials knew what they were doing, and Ebola quickly came under control -- but it's unlikely that anyone on the right learned from the experience.
What explains the modern right's propensity for panic? Part of it, no doubt, is the familiar point that many bullies are also cowards. But I think it's also linked to the apocalyptic mind-set that has developed among Republicans during the Obama years.
From the day President Obama took office, his political foes have warned about imminent catastrophe. Fiscal crisis! Hyperinflation! Economic collapse, brought on by the scourge of health insurance! And nobody on the right dares point out the failure of the promised disasters to materialize, or suggest a more nuanced approach.
The context also explains why Beltway insiders were so foolish when they imagined that the Paris attacks would deflate Donald Trump's candidacy, that Republican voters would turn to establishment candidates who are serious about national security. Who, exactly, are these serious candidates? And why would the establishment, which has spent years encouraging the base to indulge its fears and reject nuance, now expect that base to understand the difference between tough talk and actual effectiveness?
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