GOP Blames Victim Of Media Rape

Aug 10, 2016 by Ann Coulter

Even having predicted that the media’s attacks on Trump would be unprecedented, I’m still amazed. Every single news outlet is dedicated to hysterically denouncing Trump, every minute of every day, while cooing at Hillary.

Everything Hillary has ever touched has failed, been engulfed in scandal, resulted in massive investigations, litigation, financial ruin, prison or death. The final stage of any Hillary enterprise is a grand announcement that Hillary did not technically break the law. Or no one can prove she did. Or, even if she did, no one ever gets prosecuted for it.

She’s prone to coughing fits and lapses of memory in the middle of speeches, and falls down all the time. But that’s not nearly as important as the media’s manufactured story about Trump throwing a baby out of a rally!

Trump is supposed to be joined at the hip to David Duke based on not “disavowing” him with sufficient ferocity the 17th time he was asked about this person he’s never met, never mentioned and didn’t invite to speak at his convention.

Hillary invited the mother of violent cop-hating criminal Mike Brown to speak at her convention, and the Democratic platform expressly endorses the anti-police Black Lives Matter — even as these celebrated cop haters inspire the mass slaughter of police officers across the country, in New York City, Dallas and Baton Rouge.

Now we find out that another honored guest at Hillary events is the father of Omar Mateen, the Muslim jihadist who murdered 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando a few months ago. On Monday night, he attended a Hillary rally where he sat cheering, right behind her on the stage.

Is David Duke’s father given VIP seating at Trump events? (As long as you mention it, did David Duke gun down 49 people in June? Or ever? Or anyone?)

It took the national media 24 hours to mention the fact that the jihadist’s father is a big Hillary supporter, sitting in the camera’s line of sight at her Florida rally. A Google search of Trump and David Duke produces more than 11 million hits. A Google search of Hillary and Omar Mateen gets a few hundred thousand hits.

Hillary being supported by the father of a jihadist is treated like back-page stuff, presented amid florid excuses and rationalizations. It was a staffer’s mistake, an “unforced error,” and Hillary’s opponents are “leaping on it.”

The main story this week: The media’s psychotic claim that Trump called for Hillary’s assassination.

Trump said: “Hillary wants to abolish, essentially abolish, the Second Amendment. If she gets to pick her judges, nothing you can do, folks. Although the Second Amendment people, maybe there is, I don’t know.”

Hmmm. What could Second Amendment people “do”? One thing they could do is what they did do — in 1994. That was the year gun rights supporters voted out dozens of Democrats who voted wrong on guns, ushering in the first Republican Congress in 40 years.

It’s been nearly a quarter century, and the Democrats are still so traumatized by their sweeping losses in 1994, that, even after Gabby Giffords was shot in Arizona, even after the Aurora movie theater shooting, even after the Sandy Hook massacre, Democrats refused to take up a gun bill in the U.S. Senate.

Apparently, the only news you’ll be getting from now until the election is the media’s own insane interpretation of every little thing Trump says or does. Anyone remember the week-long scandal about a star on a Trump retweet?

No one, not even Joe McCarthy, has ever faced this level of obsessive hatred from our constitutionally protected guardians of liberty in the press. Anyone else would be chewed up and spit out after one minute of such relentless attacks.

But sissy conservatives who have never faced one minute of press hostility blame the victim, saying it’s Trump’s fault for giving the media openings to twist his words.

The sissies have no idea what they’re talking about. There’s no way to phrase something so that it can’t be lied about. Here are the first three lines from an affectionate article on Hillary Clinton in Wednesday’s New York Times:

— “Hillary Clinton Hopes to Capitalize on Republican Defectors”

Hillary to accept bribes from Goldman Sachs, Halliburton and the Koch brothers.

— “Hillary Clinton’s campaign would like to turn the drip-drip-drip of Republican defectors abandoning Donald J. Trump into a deluge.”

Hillary supports the use of Chinese water torture.

— “On Wednesday, after days in which several high-profile Republicans said they could not support Mr. Trump or were endorsing Mrs. Clinton, her campaign introduced an official outreach effort to target Republicans …”

Hillary campaign to “target” Republicans for murder.

There’s no strategy for overcoming this level of media hostility. Trump has made some mistakes during this campaign, but he hasn’t done anything wrong for months now. He could say “yes,” and the media would change the question to, “Are you a child molester?”

Craven Republicans who blame Trump for the media’s lies may as well blame a rape victim for wearing a short skirt. Except with Trump, it’s the Muslim standard: They’re blaming a woman’s rape on being a woman.

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Liberals Whine About Trump’s Border Wall, Then This 1 Map Leaves Them Dead Silent

Aug 10, 2016

Liberals whine that GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s proposal to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border is racist.

But Breitbart reported that the editorial board of El Mañana — one of the country’s largest newspapers — wrote an article titled “Yes to the Border Wall … but in Mexico’s South,” calling for the country to build a wall along its southern border to stem the tide of illegal immigrants pouring across from Central America.

But when was the last time you heard American liberals up in arms about how Mexico treats illegal immigrants coming across its own border from the south? Apparently there’s nothing wrong with Mexico wanting to build a wall to protect its territory, but when the United States wants to do it, suddenly it’s “racist.”

his maps below are just another example of the hypocrisy of the left:

Conservative Post reported exactly how Trump can fund the wall, explained why it’s important and debunked the left’s assertions that it isn’t possible.

Thanks to Mexicans who live and work in the United States, $24 billion flows into Mexico a year. If the Mexican government wants that money to continue, it will have to come up with a one-time payment of $5 to $10 billionin order to build the border wall, according to the Conservative Post.

The Mexican government officials can protest all they want, but if the money gets cut off, it’s likely they will sing a different tune.

Conservative Post mentioned three things that would help pay for the wall:

“Trade tariffs, or enforcement of existing trade rules.” As Trump has repeatedly said, we need to renegotiate trade deals in America’s favor. Doing so would provide a huge source of money to put toward building the wall.

“Cancelling visas.” America is not required to take in everyone around the world and, as the article pointed out, it is a privilege to come to the United States.

The U.S. holds a great deal of power in these negotiations as Mexico uses the U.S. as a de facto welfare state and also needs visas for business and tourism purposes.

“Visa Fees.” The left regularly likes to talk about increasing taxes on Americans, but what about visa fees? Conservative Post argued that just a small increase in visa fees could pay for the wall itself.

America needs to build a wall in order to protect Americans from drug trafficking, crime and gangs.  In addition, we need to start, as Trump has said, putting Americans first.

Building a wall is not only doable, it is critical for the future of America.

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Anti-Trump Letter Backfires As Trump Skewers GOP Warmongers

Aug 10, 2016 by Alex Newman

Neocons, globalists, and warmongers representing the establishment wing of the Republican Party attacked GOP presidential contender Donald Trump in an open letter this week, suggesting he would be “dangerous.” Ironically, many of the signatories have been involved in war crimes, launching illegal wars, lying to America, extrajudicial assassinations, and other lawless terror, perpetrated under presidents from both parties. They represent the “Republican” side of the bipartisan ruling class. But Trumpquickly turned the tables, thanking the neocon bureaucrats for exposing themselves publicly, and blaming them for turning America and the world into the dangerous mess that they have become.

The establishment media, sounding clueless or even downright deranged, acted as if the new letter was a “blow” to Trump, offering more evidence of how unpopular he is — at least among segments of the deeply unpopular establishment. The presidential candidate and his supporters, though, seized the opportunity to slam that same establishment, arguing that those warmongering insiders and globalist bureaucrats are exactly the sort of people Trump is running against. Some have suggested the establishment insiders might even be worried about potential prosecutions if a true outsider were to take power. And in his response, Trump said it was time for establishment warmongers to be “held accountable” for the deadly disasters they have unleashed.

The establishment’s increasingly hysterical attacks actually appear to be giving Trump more credibility among everyday Americans in both parties. Indeed, Americans were so sick and tired of the establishment that they overwhelmingly defied every organ of establishment power by voting for Trump in record numbers in the GOP primary — primarily because he presented himself as an opponent of the bipartisan Washington establishment, its media lapdogs, and its hugely unpopular agenda. Even some borderline establishment insiders acknowledged that the open letter was likely to backfire, merely offering an outraged public more evidence that Trump really does oppose the establishment that has practically bankrupted America with illegal wars, lawless government, unconstitutional programs, and more.

Trump fired back promptly, using the letter to his advantage. “The names on this letter are the ones the American people should look to for answers on why the world is a mess, and we thank them for coming forward so everyone in the country knows who deserves the blame for making the world such a dangerous place,” he said in a statement. “They are nothing more than the failed Washington elite looking to hold onto their power, and it’s time they are held accountable for their actions. These insiders — along with Hillary Clinton — are the owners of the disastrous decisions to invade Iraq, allow Americans to die in Benghazi, and they are the ones who allowed the rise of ISIS. Yet despite these failures, they think they are entitled to use their favor trading to land taxpayer-funded government contracts and speaking fees. It’s time we put our foot down and declare that their gravy train is over: no longer will Crooked Hillary Clinton and the other disasters in Washington get rich at our expense.”

The coalition of 50 “national security” officials includes warmongers and globalists who served in establishment Republican administrations ranging from the disgraced Richard Nixon to the more recent George W. Bush. Many also served under Democrats, including the Obama administration. Virtually all of them are connected in various ways to establishment organs such as theglobalist Council on Foreign Relations, which has dominated presidential administrations of both parties for generations despite its aversion to the U.S. Constitution, American sovereignty, and the principles upon which the United States was founded. Some are also connected to the Trilateral Commission and the shadowy Bilderberg group, two important outfits of establishment power andthe globalism Trump has railed against.

“We know the personal qualities required of a President of the United States,” the globalist and neocon bureaucrats claimed. “None of us will vote for Donald Trump.” Taking their attacks a step further, the bureaucrats collectively responsible for orchestrating everything from illegal wars and terror attacks to revolutions and the rise of mass-murdering dictatorships claimed Trump would be a “dangerous President” and would “put at risk our country’s national security and well-being.” They also said Trump “lacks the character, values, and experience” and that he “weakens U.S. moral authority as the leader of the free world.” In an incredible twist, the anti-Constitution extremists claimed Trump “appears to lack basic knowledge about and belief in the U.S. Constitution.”

Remember, this is all coming from bureaucrats who for decades have orchestrated unconstitutional wars, sold out American sovereignty, supported terrorism all over the globe, built a police state at home, backed ruthless dictatorships, instituted torture as official policy, and have constantly trampled on the Constitution. Consider that one of the most prominent officials to sign the letter was former CIA and NSA boss Michael Hayden, who served under the Obama administration and infamously bragged in 2014 about how the administration had been extra-judicially assassinating people around the world based on “metadata.” No charges. No trial. No jury. Just “suspicious” metadata was enough for Hayden and Obama to launch drone-fired missiles to blow up “suspects” and their families — including American citizens and even children.

“In addition, Mr. Trump has demonstrated repeatedly that he has little understanding of America’s vital national interests,” said the bureaucrats, many of whom claimed America’s “vital national interests” included supporting al-Qaeda in Afghanistan decades ago,invading and occupying Iraq more recently, bombing Libya to smithereens with help from al-Qaeda under Obama, and numerous other deadly boondoggles or crimes. “Unlike previous Presidents who had limited experience in foreign affairs, Mr. Trump has shown no interest in educating himself…. Mr. Trump lacks the temperament to be President.”

The “Republican” bureaucrats, as they are being painted in the establishment media, then concluded with a tacit endorsement of globalist presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. “We understand that many Americans are profoundly frustrated with the federal government and its inability to solve pressing domestic and international problems,” they said. “We also know that many have doubts about Hillary Clinton, as do many of us. But Donald Trump is not the answer to America’s daunting challenges and to this crucial election. We are convinced that in the Oval Office, he would be the most reckless President in American history.”

The letter was signed by some of the deadliest warmongers and neocons on the planet, almost all of whom have played some role in bringing America to its current pitiful state. Some were no-name bureaucrats who would be virtually unknown to Americans, despite the major damage they have inflicted on America. Among the more prominent signatories is neocon Michael Chertoff. The dual-citizen first led the unconstitutional Homeland Security bureaucracy as it routinely sexually assaulted Americans at airports with illegal searches. Then he went on to get rich “consulting” by selling useless naked-body scanners to that same bureaucracy, while joining communist and Islamist dictators in demanding “global governance” of the Internet.

Another signer of the anti-Trump screed was U.S. Ambassador to the UN John Negroponte, who cited a UN resolution as justification for invading Iraq — ultimately costing trillions of taxpayer dollars and hundreds of thousands of lives to turn Iraq into a disaster where Christians have been all but exterminated or driven out. Numerous other neocons involved in the building up of the police state at home and the destruction of millions of lives overseas also signed the letter. More than a few should probably have been prosecuted for their actions under various federal laws — and some still might be despite Obama’s efforts to shield them.

Globalist banksters also signed the letter. Former World Bank boss Robert Zoellick, for example, was among the signatories,despite leading one of the most corrupt and hated establishment outfits in the world. Before the most recent letter, another “Republican” bankster was trotted out vowing to vote for Hillary Clinton: Globalist Henry “Hank” Paulson, the Goldman Sachs CEO and George W. Bush Treasury secretary who helped oversee the redistribution of trillions of dollars in public money from middle-class and poor Americans to billionaire Wall Street insiders. Now, Paulson spends much of his time pushing the discredited man-made global-warming theory, hoping to profit from the radical policy schemes associated with it.

Trump, though, turned the tables on the letter’s signatories, mocking them as sore losers and using their attacks as another boost to his anti-establishment credentials. “Well, I respond by saying that I wasn’t using any of them and they would have loved to have been involved with the campaign,” Trump said. “But I wasn’t using. I had no interest in using. Look where the country is now on national policy. Look what we are in defense. Look where we are. Look at the mess we are in. Whether it’s the Middle East or anyone else.”

Painting the signatories as dangerous members of the establishment that he is trying to stop, Trump said they were responsible for much of what ails America today. “And these were the people that have been there a long time,” Trump continued. “Washington establishment people that have been there for a long time. Look at the terrible job they’ve done. I hadn’t planned on using any of these people. They don’t feel relevant because of that and they form a group and they go out and try to get some publicity for themselves and they hope that somebody else other than Trump wins because that way they can get a job.” Indeed, there is little question that many of them would get work under a Clinton presidency.

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, himself an establishment-minded politician who appears to be seeking a big job in the Trump administration, emphasized the same points. “I believe it makes Donald Trump’s candidacy really clear: He’s running against the Washington insiders. You just heard from the Washington insiders,” he said in an interview on Fox News, adding that he knew many of those insiders personally. “These are the people who have been running policy for the last eight or ten years, 12 years. The American people have delivered a judgment on that. They say America is headed in the wrong direction. These are the people who headed it in the wrong direction.”

He also suggested that the letter by the 50 GOP “national security” officials was more evidence that Trump really is an outsider opposed by out-of-touch establishment elites. “Everybody who has run for president has been part of the club, right? Mitt Romney was part of the club. John McCain was part of the club. John Kerry was part of the club. Al Gore was part of the club. Trump is not part of the club. Thank God,” Giuliani continued. “They’re all part of the Washington insider group. It makes Trump’s points dramatically that he is the outsider representing everybody else who doesn’t have a lobbyist in Washington.”

In short, it is becoming clear that the globalist establishment responsible for bringing America to its knees is extremely hostile to Trump’s campaign. That doesn’t necessarily mean that Trump would be a good or even decent president. But it does suggest that the establishment, which is working overtime to merge America into a totalitarian global system, feels it may not be able to control Trump. That is a good thing. As far as anti-establishment Americans across the political spectrum are concerned, Trump is making all the right enemies, if nothing else. That should prove helpful to his campaign among outraged Americans seeking to remove the bipartisan establishment that has lorded over the United States for generations, with all of its horrible consequences. But it is no guarantee of success in that mission. Indeed, there are no shortcuts. To restore the Constitution, concerned Americans should continue working to educate the electorate, with a goal of eventually electing enough constitutionalists to the House of Representatives.

Photo: AP Images

Alex Newman is a correspondent for The New American, covering economics, education, politics, and more. Follow him on Twitter @ALEXNEWMAN_JOU. He can be reached at: anewman@thenewamerican.com

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