MEDIA WAR ON TRUMP=> Top 28 of 35 US News Stories on Tuesday were Anti-Trump Hit Pieces
WHAT LIBERAL MEDIA?
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The top stories on Tuesday show the absolute anti-Trump bias by corrupt American media.
28 of the top 35 articles are anti-Trump hit pieces.
The headlines include:
— Trump Transition Shake-Up Part of ‘Stalinesque Purge’ of Christie Loyalists
— Was Steve Bannon, Donald Trump’s Attack Dog, Paid Illegally?
— There’s No Such Thing as a Good Trump Voter
This is what Americans are being fed in propaganda each day.
The corrupt media is on a mission to destroy Donald Trump.
it is only a matter of time before the GOPe join in.
Here’s a snapshot from Memeorandum
TOP ITEMS From Memeorandum from Tuesday night:
The Huffington Post:
— The self-proclaimed government outsider is having trouble finding people to run the government. — Senior Justice Reporter, The Huffington Post — WASHINGTON Donald Trump’s transition team is nearing a state of stasis …
Jamie McIntyre / Washington Examiner:
— They are not feeling the love over at the Pentagon these days. — Under orders from the big boss to welcome the transition team from President-elect Trump with model efficiency and military precision, the armed services and civilian officials …
New York Times:
— WASHINGTON — President-elect Donald J. Trump’s transition was in disarray on Tuesday, marked by firings, infighting and revelations that American allies were blindly dialing in to Trump Tower to try to reach the soon-to-be-leader of the free world.
Discussion: The Atlantic, Washington Monthly, twitchy.com, New York Magazine, Mother Jones, Independent Journal Review, Mediaite, AMERICAblog NewsAMERICAblog …, alan.com, Althouse, Outside the Beltway, The Week, Daily Kos, Washington Times and Business Insider
Jerry Markon / Washington Post:
— President-elect Donald Trump, who clashed with leading Republicans throughout his campaign, faced growing tumult in his national security transition team on Monday as key members of his own party appeared to question his views and personnel choices.
Josh Marshall / Talking Points Memo:
— Here are two paragraphs from a piece just out from The Washington Post you really need to read right now. … Here’s the rest of the article. — Let’s review. Michael Flynn was fired by the Obama administration. He cowrote a book with Michael Ledeen.
— Trump Transition: Security Clearances Sought For Mostly D.C. Insiders 2:05 — The Donald Trump transition, already off to slow start, bogged down further Tuesday with the abrupt resignation of former Congressman Mike Rogers …
Discussion: The Hill, NBC News, Reuters, Talking Points Memo, Mediaite, Common Dreams, Lawyers, Guns & Money, CANNONFIRE, RedState, No More Mister Nice Blog, Balloon Juice, The Daily Caller, emptywheel, Political Wire and Taylor Marsh
Joe Concha / The Hill:
— Breitbart News is preparing a lawsuit against a “major media company” over claims that it is a white nationalist website, it said in an exclusive statement to The Hill. — The website has been under intense scrutiny since President-elect Donald Trump
New York Times:‘Turn On the Hate’: Steve Bannon at the White House
Discussion: USA Today, The Hill, Washington Post, Front Page Magazine, The Lid, Daily Kos, CNN, Mother Jones, Mediaite, Media Matters for America, Correct The Record, Common Dreams, Business Insider, NPR, Hot Air, Vox, Big Think, BizPac Review, Hullabaloo, Salon, The Times of Israel, The New Civil Rights Movement, Breitbart, National Review, Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Raw Story, The Daily Caller, Boing Boing, Southern Poverty Law Center, The Root, AMERICAblog NewsAMERICAblog …, Jezebel, NBC News, The Daily Beast, RedState, The Huffington Post, Guardian, Joe.My.God., ABC News, Political Insider blog, TheBlaze, RT and WORLD
Jamelle Bouie / Slate:
— People voted for a racist who promised racist outcomes. They don’t deserve your empathy. — Donald Trump ran a campaign of racist demagoguery against Muslim Americans, Hispanic immigrants, and black protesters.
Sen. Rand Paul / Rare:
— Article will continue after advertisement — Rumors are that Donald Trump might pick John Bolton for Secretary of State. Heaven forbid. — One of the things I occasionally liked about the President-elect was his opposition to the Iraq war and regime change.
Discussion: The Federalist, Politico, Business Insider, Hit & Run, NPR, Independent Journal Review, AOL, TheBlaze, Guardian, The American Conservative, Infowars, Liberty Blitzkrieg, TomDispatch and New York Magazine
— WASHINGTON — Kris Kobach, the Kansas secretary of state whose hardline immigration stance has caught the attention of President-elect Donald Trump, could be a candidate for attorney general. — Kobach, already a member of Trump’s transition team …
Ben Kamisar / The Hill:
— Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson has told President-elect Donald Trump — that he isn’t interested in serving as secretary of Health and Human Services, a Carson ally confirmed to The Hill on Tuesday.
Raffi Williams / Circa:Ridiculed during primaries, endorsed Trump anyway
Discussion: Washington Post, ThinkProgress, Hullabaloo, Townhall.com, John Hawkins’ Right Wing News, The Daily Caller, Morning Consult, RedState, Politico, TheBlaze, Washington Free Beaconand Independent Journal Review
Alexei Koseff / Sacramento Bee:
— Colin Kaepernick raised eyebrows last week when he revealed that he did not vote in the presidential election amid a football season in which his protest of racial inequality gained national attention. In fact, it would have been problematic if he had.
Jonathan Easley / The Hill:
— The Democratic National Committee’s charter states that the chairman must be a full-time employee, a revelation that is raising questions about the candidacy of Rep. Keith Ellison of Minnesota. — There appears to be wiggle room in the charter …
Theodore Schleifer / CNN:
— Washington (CNN)Former President George W. Bush lamented the role of “anger” in politics after the grievance-fueled victory of Donald Trump, expressing a worry that the emotional response could unfortunately “drive policy.”
Chris Summers / Daily Mail:
— A 24-year-old man from Ohio has been charged in a federal court after tweeting a threat to assassinate President-elect Donald Trump on election night.
Matt Walker / Pat McCrory for Governor:
— Raleigh, N.C. – A formal protest has been filed with the Bladen County Board of Elections to challenge several hundred apparently fraudulent absentee ballots cast for Roy Cooper and other Democrats in Bladen County.
Rebecca Savransky / The Hill:
— left Trump Tower without his press pool on Tuesday to have dinner with his family, according to reporters. — The president-elect reportedly received a standing ovation and cheers upon arriving at 21 Club, a New York City restaurant …
— NEW YORK — Phil Jackson says he hasn’t voted for a president since 1980. After campaigning vigorously on behalf of losing democrats George McGovern and Jimmy Carter, Jackson determined …
Erin Kelly / USA Today:
— WASHINGTON — Paul Ryan was unanimously chosen for another term as House speaker by his Republican colleagues on Tuesday as he called for his party to unite behind President-elect Donald Trump.
Brian Bennett / Los Angeles Times:
— In this photo taken Nov. 10, President Barack Obama meets with President-elect Donald Trump in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. (Associated Press)
Madeline Conway / Politico:
— Hillary Clinton’s lead in the popular vote over President-elect Donald Trump has surpassed 1 million, according to Dave Wasserman of the nonpartisan Cook Political Report. — As the final vote counts continue to trickle in a week after Election Day …
Caleb Melby / Bloomberg:
— Almost 600 residents signed petition to ‘Dump the Trump Name’ — Presidential race was marked by offensive comments by Trump — The Trump Place apartment complex on Manhattan’s Upper West Side is about to drop the president-elect’s name after an outcry by residents.
Ruy Teixeira / Vox:
— Here’s one way to think about the 2016 election. We are witnessing a great race in this country between demographic and economic change that’s driving a new America, and reaction to those changes.
Harper Neidig / The Hill:
— President Obama’s approval rating is now at 57 percent, the highest it’s been in his second term, according to a new Gallup survey. — The previous poll, conducted in the first week of November, found his approval rating at 53 percent.