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Even the NYT sports editor tried to cast shade on Trump by posting pictures of Patriots at WH. Patriots refuted it by pointing out difference was mainly 40-some staff members were on stairs in 2015 photo and seated separately in 2017. They also showed 2017 attendance was only 2 less than similar visit in 2004 (i.e. 2nd visit in 3 years).
http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/329666-trump-ny-times-caught-in-big-lie-over-photo-of-patriots-at-white

Kraft’s loyalty to Trump goes back to when his wife Myra died from cancer in 2011, shortly after the labor deal was done.

"When Myra died, Melania and Donald came up to the funeral in our synagogue, then they came for memorial week to visit with me," Kraft told the Daily News. "Then he called me once a week for the whole year, the most depressing year of my life when I was down and out. He called me every week to see how I was doing, invited me to things, tried to lift my spirits. He was one of five or six people that were like that. I remember that."

http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/robert-kraft-opens-goodell-deflategate-donald-trump-article-1.2958959
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I've seen that graphic floating around.  The fact is, there wasn't much good to say about any of those things.
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I've seen that graphic floating around.  The fact is, there wasn't much good to say about any of those things.


I thought that the Travel Ban and the Increased Immigration Enforcement were great moves and way overdue. I'm pretty sure many americans felt the same way. The fact that the libs/nevertrumpers/msm didn't have much good to say about those just illustrates what that group of folks are all about.

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They may have been good moves.  But, they were blocked by judges.  Wouldn't think the reporting would be about that, and it would be called negative in this survey?

C'mon man.
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Increased immigration enforcement is not good news?  C'mon man

 The increased immigration enforcement has not been blocked, it's happening everyday around me here, sorry that's it's not happening throughout the country.  Look no further than France for what lax immigration and overflow of 'refugees' can do to a nation.

obama wiretap claims?  Wouldn't the media want to report the 'news' without a filter?

Russian election investigation?  Why would a nothingburger be slanted negative, unless there is an agenda involved?  Pretty shallow post mike

 'they were blocked by judges', that tells you what our judicial system has morphed into.  When will American's rights have priority over partisan politics?

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Just watched Rove speak glowingly of Trumps first 100 days.  Says he is happy with what Trump has gotten done.  Says besides bias judges halting the travel ban, and needing to do a better job of compromising on health care earlier or giving complex legislation more time.

Advice for next 100 days was to tweet less and look more presidential. 

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Yes and yes.

Carl Rove is not a dumb man.
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Yes, but he is a slimy RINO Globalist who despises Tea Party types.
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Karl Rove is a media whore who has become completely irrelevant.  He can go the way of O'Reilly as far as I'm concerned.
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Karl Rove is a media whore who has become completely irrelevant.  He can go the way of O'Reilly as far as I'm concerned.


ditto

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You just cannot be this dumb.  /pol/ set out to make the MSM look retarded again, and again they were wildly successful.  As you know Trump often waves an ok sign when he is explaining something. /pol/ set out to convince MSM that the ok was a white power symbol.  They scoured images in the intenet finding anyone that was remotely alt-right like and found images of them flashing the ok sign. 

Well then now you have it.  MSM has declared ok sign a white power hand gesture. 

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First, let me mention that the post directly above this one is very special. Hindsight is indeed 20/20.

With that said, it seems to me that the never-ending 'leaks' of information that shouldn't be disseminated is an issue that needs to be addressed. I suppose that the mother of all leaks, the emails that proved the dnc and hrc colluded to steal the primary from bernie, set the stage for this.  Now it's a free for all. Maybe that is how it has to be. I dunno. 




"The world’s closest intelligence sharing arrangement is in jeopardy after key details and photographs from the Manchester bombing were apparently leaked by United States’s law enforcement sources to domestic journalists, leaving Manchester Police and the British government — who are collecting and analysing the finds — “furious”.

The United Kingdom has now stopped passing intelligence gathered as part of the investigation into the Manchester bombing to the United States according to claims made by the British state broadcaster BBC.

 While British police had discovered the identity of Salman Abedi, the suicide bomber who killed 22 in Manchester on Monday, the name was withheld from the media initially for operational reasons. Yet less than 24 hours after the attack took place, American newspapers citing “government sources” were able to name the attacker.

Later further leaked intelligence including detailed crime scene information, and photographs of shrapnel, a backpack, and a battery were released by The New York Times. The BBC report states the “likely” culprit of the leaks are U.S. law enforcement officials who will have received access to the data through the transatlantic ‘Five Eyes’ intelligence sharing agreement, rather than the White House.

The nature and speed of the leaks by these U.S. officials have caused “disbelief and astonishment” in the British government."


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Fat.  Check
Black.  Check
Made fun of by KIR.  Check.

And the title "how ESPN lost Republican viewers" is just a big ole lie, typical of the right. The US market where ESPN has the highest ratings week after week, is the Birmingham, AL / Jefferson County metro area - one of the most Republican places in America.

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Just watched Rove speak glowingly of Trumps first 100 days.  Says he is happy with what Trump has gotten done.  Says besides bias judges halting the travel ban, and needing to do a better job of compromising on health care earlier or giving complex legislation more time.

Advice for next 100 days was to tweet less and look more presidential. 




All reasonable minded Republicans and conservatives please pay attention. This post by uwA is a bold face lie. You see, he knows if he posts that Karl Rove spoke "glowingly" about Trump, many of you will believe it. And the goal of the extreme nationalists like uwA is to "normalize" Trump and prop him up in the minds of reasonable people because Trump must succeed in order to be the vehicle to implement Bannon's vile agenda. I am attaching a recent article summarizing Rove's opinion of Trump so far. It is anything but glowing. Rove's overall assessment is very negative, "A MESS" in his words. He throws in a couple hopeful comments "If" trump can do stop tweeting and act like a president.  psst, Trump never has and never will change.  

I also linked Rove's WSJ piece entitled "Amateur Hour at the White House" but I realized you must have a subscription to read the whole thing. The first paragraph is hard hitting regarding the joke that was Trump's rollout of the travel ban.

The 3rd is one where Rove mocks those within Trump's admin (Bannon and Miller) who want him to be a modern day Andrew Jackson and lead a populist nullifiers revolt. To be fair, Rove mocks the "nullifiers" on the left as well (i.e. those who ignore that immigrants here illegally are breaking the law). But we all know where trump stands on that. His main point is the danger of those who fancy trump to be a president who will lead a modern day "states rights type" nullifier movement - that would be the Bannon / uwApoligist crowd of populists nationalists.  

I suggest you totally ignore my comments, totally ignore the comments and inevitable response from uwA, and just read the attached and decide for yourself. Or google it yourself if you don't trust what I've linked. And after you've read it, then remember the next time uwA posts his "summary" of something, you will know to be skeptical.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/amateur-hour-at-the-white-house-1485994265

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/karl-rove-trump-needs-a-course-correction/article/2619496

http://www.rove.com/article/2-9-17-wsj


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If he knows anything about this forum, it is that 92.4% of us despise Karl Rove so try again douchebaggery
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Karl Rove is a media whore who has become completely irrelevant.  He can go the way of O'Reilly as far as I'm concerned.


you didn't read responses like these douchebaggery?

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Yes, but he is a slimy RINO Globalist who despises Tea Party types.


How about this one strap-on queen?

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Not surprisingly, CBS has found a way to spin as negative the improving economy.

http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/pj-gladnick/2017/05/25/bizarre-cbs-spin-improved-economy-more-traffic-deaths

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Not surprisingly, CBS has found a way to spin as negative the improving economy.

http://www.newsbusters.org/blogs/nb/pj-gladnick/2017/05/25/bizarre-cbs-spin-improved-economy-more-traffic-deaths



I'm not sure what the spin here is, but I can tell you, this is very true.

During the Obama years, gas was high, and travel was reduced.  The result is less vehicle-miles of travel.  Less travel = less crashes, injuries, and deaths.

I work in this area every day.  No one should die walking, biking or driving a car, but it happens.

My crusade is not to get complacent.  Some agencies have done that, w/o realizing that the crap economy drove lower crashes than anything the engineer types did.


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I'm not sure what the spin here is, but I can tell you, this is very true.

During the Obama years, gas was high, and travel was reduced.  The result is less vehicle-miles of travel.  Less travel = less crashes, injuries, and deaths.

I work in this area every day.  No one should die walking, biking or driving a car, but it happens.

My crusade is not to get complacent.  Some agencies have done that, w/o realizing that the crap economy drove lower crashes than anything the engineer types did.

Right.  But you still agree that Trump getting the economy going is good thing, correct?

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If he knows anything about this forum, it is that 92.4% of us despise Karl Rove so try again douchebaggery


It is hard to have a debate/discussion with such a dumb $hitte.  Rove is what he is and members of this site have never blindly followed his suggestions/advice.  Yet, someone like doucebag can't help themselves but to jump on a Rove statement.

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I'm not sure what the spin here is, but I can tell you, this is very true.

During the Obama years, gas was high, and travel was reduced.  The result is less vehicle-miles of travel.  Less travel = less crashes, injuries, and deaths.

I work in this area every day.  No one should die walking, biking or driving a car, but it happens.

My crusade is not to get complacent.  Some agencies have done that, w/o realizing that the crap economy drove lower crashes than anything the engineer types did.




Sorry, but if you don't see the spin, I can't help you.  I will take a healthy economy with a few resulting extra deaths because people don't know to look both ways before crossing.
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It is hard to have a debate/discussion with such a dumb $hitte.  Rove is what he is and members of this site have never blindly followed his suggestions/advice.  Yet, someone like doucebag can't help themselves but to jump on a Rove statement.


That's why trolls are called trolls.  They are not part of a history of a site, they don't want to know history, they want to rewrite history, their ambition in life is to disrupt America.  They hate the white history of this country.

They have meetings about this and discuss UCS miscellaneous forum in their break-out sessions.  They compile dossiers on voters who don't think like them, they are a cancer on our society.  Look at the Brookings AntiFa ethics professor, they are all an intolerant, racists bunch.  The sooner a troll is pounded into oblivion, the better for society.

 After they compile and publish their dossier on me, I'll quit feeding this troll like I have the others.  Durden, spazsdad, pabar and I have chased the queen troll back and forth from the softball site to the misc. site, my work is closing on this chapter of UCS trolls.  kazoo has proven he was a complete racist, moron. BAMA CF will find something else to do now since his fake widower story was exposed as fraud.

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From Fox News (yes, really!) -

Big-time backlash: When all polling on Donald Trump is dismissed as fake

Howard Kurtz


“Who the hell did you poll???”

“100% of me thinks Fox is joining the MSM. Fake news.”

“Your polls are a bunch of crap. Never polled us.”

“NO ONE CARES abt the dumb polls-they were wrong calling election- case closed!”

“Stick it up your liberal [blank], Howie!”

You gotta love social media.

Now far be it from me to defend all polls. Sometimes they’re flawed, or just wrong. And the media are overly addicted to them.

You could also argue that Trump has faced consistently negative media coverage, especially over the Russia investigation, and that is depressing his numbers.

But the barrage from Trump supporters didn’t have much to do with that.

It was about simply dismissing news organizations, including Fox, and their polling as mere fiction.

Many are so persuaded that the media establishment has it in for Trump that they don’t want to hear contrary information. They are tuning it out.

I know this because of the comments I get if I analyze anything from, say, the New York Times or Washington Post, even if the stories turn out to be true. And Fox News is no longer immune to these complaints.

The Fox poll, which surveyed more than 1,000 people with a 3-point margin of error, was hardly an outlier. In the last two days, Gallup has Trump’s job approval at 39 percent, Quinnipiac at 37, Ecoomist at 40 and Reuters at 37. The exception is Rasmussen, which puts Trump at 48 percent.

The everyone-I-talk-to argument betrays a lack of understanding of how scientific polling works.

For the record, the final Fox poll before Election Day gave Hillary Clinton a 4-point lead, overstating her margin, but keep in mind that she won the popular vote. Trump is president because he won key Electoral College battlegrounds.

The troubling thing here is that we no longer agree on a common set of facts. Conservatives and liberals are increasingly in their own silos, turning to their own opinionated media sources and constructing their Facebook and Twitter feeds the same way.

If everything is fake news, then the role of news in fostering intelligent debate is decimated.

And I don’t need a poll to be sure of that.

Howard Kurtz is a Fox News analyst and the host of "MediaBuzz" (Sundays 11 a.m.)


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From Fox News (yes, really!) -

Big-time backlash: When all polling on Donald Trump is dismissed as fake

Howard Kurtz


“Who the hell did you poll???”

“100% of me thinks Fox is joining the MSM. Fake news.”

“Your polls are a bunch of crap. Never polled us.”

“NO ONE CARES abt the dumb polls-they were wrong calling election- case closed!”

“Stick it up your liberal [blank], Howie!”

You gotta love social media.

Now far be it from me to defend all polls. Sometimes they’re flawed, or just wrong. And the media are overly addicted to them.

You could also argue that Trump has faced consistently negative media coverage, especially over the Russia investigation, and that is depressing his numbers.

But the barrage from Trump supporters didn’t have much to do with that.

It was about simply dismissing news organizations, including Fox, and their polling as mere fiction.

Many are so persuaded that the media establishment has it in for Trump that they don’t want to hear contrary information. They are tuning it out.

I know this because of the comments I get if I analyze anything from, say, the New York Times or Washington Post, even if the stories turn out to be true. And Fox News is no longer immune to these complaints.

The Fox poll, which surveyed more than 1,000 people with a 3-point margin of error, was hardly an outlier. In the last two days, Gallup has Trump’s job approval at 39 percent, Quinnipiac at 37, Ecoomist at 40 and Reuters at 37. The exception is Rasmussen, which puts Trump at 48 percent.

The everyone-I-talk-to argument betrays a lack of understanding of how scientific polling works.

For the record, the final Fox poll before Election Day gave Hillary Clinton a 4-point lead, overstating her margin, but keep in mind that she won the popular vote. Trump is president because he won key Electoral College battlegrounds.

The troubling thing here is that we no longer agree on a common set of facts. Conservatives and liberals are increasingly in their own silos, turning to their own opinionated media sources and constructing their Facebook and Twitter feeds the same way.

If everything is fake news, then the role of news in fostering intelligent debate is decimated.

And I don’t need a poll to be sure of that.

Howard Kurtz is a Fox News analyst and the host of "MediaBuzz" (Sundays 11 a.m.)


Polls likely mattered most coming up to the election.  How did that go for ya?

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