Transparently Predictable Political Maneuverings Within MSM and Salem Communications…

Dear Mr. Trump, look, we’re not smart – we just know the game, we’ve studied it for years.  As such we are able to predict the moves of the players before they visibly display them.

hugh hewitt

Politics is an industry, a business – an old business; and like all industries there are leaders within that industry who are more influential than others.   Those leaders or industry directors follow the same playbook whenever their grip on political power is threatened.

Right now the directive is to gather information to use against the vulgarian insurgency. In politic-speak it’s called “opposition research”.  Part of the needed data is to collect “soundbites” that can be used to attack the insurgency in the field of public media consumption.

We already know the Jeb Bush Super-PACs are planning to deluge the electorate with anti-Trump messaging within the next several weeks.  Candidate Donald Trump has forewarned his supporters of the impending storm.   However, if we are going to cut it down to brass tacks, it must be accepted the RNC is part of the apparatus that benefits from the removal of Trump.

George Will

What’s going on right now, coast to coast, is an old and famously used strategy of gathering “optics” to define the opposition, and the opposition to all of it is Donald Trump.

Usually they define the opposition in advance of their attacks, making sure their preferred definition of their opposition is fully embedded in the electorate psyche before the candidate has an opportunity to define themselves.  However, in this example Trump has a brand, so the traditional approach has to be modified.

Just like Megyn Kelly had a strategy to define Trump as a “sexist” in the lead-in to the August 6th debate, so too does the larger Pro-Bush GOPe assembly have a strategy.

Their time-line is to assemble the ‘bits-and-pieces’ prior to the next CNN debate and then launch their attacks shortly prior, so the narrative can be carried into the debate night forum itself.

It’s just what they do.  It’s always what they do.

Andrew Breitbart famously said: “politics is downstream from pop culture“, and he was entirely correct.

The liberal DNC angle, or defining strategy therein, uses Hollywood and Madison Avenue type approaches: whereby the opposition is ‘out-of-touch’, ‘uncool’, ‘old white men’ etc.  The RNC angle and defining strategy is less hip, and in keeping with their insufferable intrenched ideology they use older Park Row strategies: whereby the opposition is ‘not smart enough’, not ‘intelligent enough’, not ‘experienced enough’, etc.

Sure there are some newer dimensions to the RNC angle, but generally the highfaluting crowd always fall back on familiarity – so they prefer the high-brow angle as espoused by the George Will types.  That’s why we call them the ‘cucumber sandwich, white wine spritzer’ crowd.

With that, the attack angle within the blitzkrieg on Donald Trump will come amid the meme he’s not “experienced enough”, or “educated enough” when it comes to (___Fill__In__The__ Blank__)   It’s what they do. E.v.e.r.y t.i.m.e !

Thus two weeks ago we dispatched a warning about Hugh Hewitt specifically:

hugh hewitt warningPolitics as an industry – Salem Communications [radio talk show (Hewitt), Red State (Erickson), now also Twitchy (Malkin), Hot Air (McCain), NRO, Townhall, Human Events, Bearing Arms etc.]  has the same general ideological world view as Jeb Bush, George Will, Rupert Murdoch, Wall Street Journal, etc.

update-1  UPDATE:  As if on cue – Salem Communications, Via Hot Air, publishes a “compare and contrast” article pushing the GOPe Carly Fiorina – as savior angle. (SEE HERE)  Salem Communications owns both Hot Air and Hugh Hewitt.  See how they roll?

Shorter: “the betters”, the “elites”.  Or those who feel superior enough to tell others what they should or must think.  You’ll note these Salem groups rarely research, present raw data, or offer unfiltered information; it’s almost always Op-Ed.

We, the proud vulgarian team, without financial considerations to skew our perspectives and viewpoints, do not like the “financial media class” and the skewered perspectives that come with financial dependency.  We are able to research, watch, describe and discuss through clear-eyed glasses.  Hence, we can transmit the warning above.

The gathering of the opposition research includes trying to record Donald Trump for use in later campaigns, ie. the lead to the debate.  Hence again, the warning above.

They, all of them, want Trump stumbling and stammering.  Desperately seeking to create the “Park Row Narrative” – inept, inexperienced, incompetent, et al.

Just like Bloomberg’s John Heilemann and Mark Halperin with the “what’s your favorite bible passage” question (ie. prove you’re a christian); or Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin asking Ted Cruz his favorite “Hispanic food or Hispanic singer” in essence prove you’re Hispanic bona fides questions:

Today’s questions from Hugh Hewitt are no less strategic or strategically motivated. Hugh Hewitt has a plan.  Hewitt is also part of the Salem Op-Ed machine who are trying to provide the soundbites for the upcoming assault.

Within seconds of Hewitt providing the fuel, the RNC industrial machine jumped to action.  This is only going to get worse by infinite magnitudes.  Prepare for it.

(New York Times)  […] Mr. Trump, a real estate developer and brand manager who has never worked in government, has relatively little experience dealing with foreign governments. But he has boasted of his global reach and international experience as a businessman.

Mr. Hewitt said he was not interested in “gotcha” questions but wanted to be sure Mr. Trump had a baseline of knowledge about foreign leaders.

“On the front of Islamist terrorism, I’m looking for the next commander in chief to know who Hassan Nasrallah is, and Zawahiri, and al-Julani, and al-Baghdadi. Do you know the players without a scorecard, yet, Donald Trump?” Mr. Hewitt asked. (read more)

There is one goal in all of this – DESTROY DONALD TRUMP !  It’s simply what they do, every election, every time, when the industrial political machine doesn’t like the candidate.

And the intel/optics will be used as fuel injected into the debate while GOPe co-horts (Carly Fiorina) will continue the Megyn Kelly approach.

The RNC/GOPe machine, through the various Wall Street funded Super-PACs will also fund liberal groups (Hispanics, La Raza, and Black Lives Matter as examples) and labor organizations (remember the SEIU orcs?) to campaign against Trump visibly based on “racist” and divisive accusations.

Yes, that is correct.  The same party who just presented a loyalty pledge is now empowered, with full plausible deniability of course, to fund Trump’s removal at all costs.

trump protest

This is going to get even more UGLY as the political power brokers grow increasingly more anxious.

GOPe Republicans are just as vicious as Democrats when it comes to attacking their adversaries. Unfortunately, GOPe Republicans don’t view Democrats as their opposition (see Mitt Romney ’12), they only view conservatives as their adversaries.

Candidate Jeb Bush attends Chamber of Commerce dinner with Fox's Rupert Murdoch and Valerie Jarrett (December 2014)

Candidate Jeb Bush attends Chamber of Commerce dinner with Fox’s Rupert Murdoch and Valerie Jarrett (December 2014)

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270 Responses to Transparently Predictable Political Maneuverings Within MSM and Salem Communications…

  1. keebler AC says:

    If I can just add, thanks, I found Carly’s simpering ways towards Hugh Hewlitt during the control question a bit much and not presidential.

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    • PLEASE – everybody needs to listen very closely to Carly’s interview with Hewitt. It’s absolutely clear that SHE wasn’t sure who the good general was – and that she fished for help – until she got it, and the help that she got was better than what Trump got.

      In my opinion, Carly’s interview vindicates Trump’s assertion that the question was designed to make people stumble. The slant to Carly came in the assist – not the original question.

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  2. keebler AC says:

    The establishment media like it when the candidate simpers and cooperates with them.

    The nasally voice I find is very Igor.

    “Yes, boss. Right away, boss”

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  3. John G says:

    Trump said in the interview he doubted the other candidates would say much about it either except maybe one of them who studied up on it expecting a “fresh” question from Hugh, and right on cue enters Fiorina. Pretty good instincts from Trump.

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    • lou Ann Watson says:

      looking to spread that independent woman meme, she’ll attack trump. she better be careful or he’ll point out her failure in business as a ceo. you better fatally wound a guy like trump because if you don’t, he’ll nuke you. and it looks like hitting him is not easy to do.

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  4. zephyrbreeze says:

    So Titan Donald Trump will not be smart enough to outsmart his enemies and our enemies wherever and whoever the enemies may be? This will be Mr. Trump’s finest hour. I think he will rise to occasion and sink their battleships.

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  5. chili palmer says:

    I’ve heard Mark Levin praise Establishment hack Hugh Hewitt a few times, gushing about what a great guy he is. About two years ago Levin and his pal Hewitt chatted on Levin’s show about their good old days in the Beltway and what great guys the Bush presidents were. Some months later, about a year ago it became clear to me that Levin has a deep emotional attachment to the Establishment. I stopped listening to his show for enjoyment, now only monitor it for self-defense purposes. He makes sure to throw us a bone, of course.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Velly interesting. Guess paid shills are just that. Shills.

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    • Edie says:

      I agree – I don’t trust Levin at all. And I can’t stand his voice for some reason.

      Liked by 2 people

    • imkittymyers says:

      Levin has been very good to Trump lately. He agrees with Trump about the borders and the military, and he’s interviewed him, too.

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    • Dustin C. says:

      ‘Conservative’ radio’s Hugh Hewitt, Michael Medved, Mike Gallagher, Bill Bennett, all obediently pipe the same Salem amnesty tune.
      Then there’s Larry Kudlow, John Batchelor…
      Lou Dobbs, of course, was muzzled years ago.

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      • amjean says:

        The names you stated are all the ones that I cannot stand to listen to. They
        are all somewhat condescending to their audiences. I listen to the radio as
        I am traveling in order to gain information, not pound on my steering wheel
        while screaming, you f***ing moron!

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      • flawesttexas says:

        Salem Media is not Conservative

        They fund their Liberal GOP network by selling time on their non-political religious stations…and use that to fund their low rated RINO Talk network.

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  6. doodahdaze says:

    These so called debates remind me of You Bet Your Life with Groucho. Say the secret word and win 100 dollars.

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  7. Aslan's Girl says:

    Elites have set the bar so low for Trump with all the name-calling (“clown, buffoon”) that all he has to do is name one foreign leader and he’ll be fine😉

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Trump knows. He knows about presidential elections. He knows popular elections for the electors in the several states are at the whim of the state legislators. No state is forced to hold a popular vote election to award their electors to a candidate. This is why a candidate could lose the national popular vote and still win the “election.” It is called the Electoral College.

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      • Jett Black says:

        But first, Trump needs to be selected by a party to be on the ballot for POTUS. Getting past the GOPe is, itself, a massive hurdle and they’ve made it increasingly difficult, by changing the height of the bars and the numbers of runners on their whims. After watching vids of their shenanigans at the last couple of conventions, I’d say Trump’s supporters would be well served to bring bull horns and sound meters for those voice votes.

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        • doodahdaze says:

          Right. Free ballot access. Brilliant. Now the hurdle is one thing. The RINO Convention. He needs to get over 50% in all the republican polls. Carson is their main splitter now. Once he takes Carson out it is an open road. The rest have fallen and they can not get up.

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          • Jett Black says:

            An alliance with Carson could be brilliant. They agree that they’ll serve as a team and switch the ticket for re-election–i.e., Trump/Carson 2016, Carson/Trump 2020. Could hit a lot of chords with a lot of voters–maybe finally woo some black voters who have reflexively voted demonrat, despite their destructive policies and condescension to black people. The only thing is that both need strong tutors on the Constitution and national security/foreign policy (as distinguished from economic foreign policy, which Trump has pretty well in hand).

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  8. doodahdaze says:

    FOX leading with Hewitts BS. Trump will kill them and sort them out later.

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  9. I listened to the interview and Trump happens to be right. the only question I want answered is what a going to be done with Muslims embedded in our government. http://www.jewishamericanpatriots.com

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    • helix35 says:

      Hugh Hewitt really is a despicable jerk; so full of himself, so right-minded. Does anyone doubt that, when the time comes, Trump will check the names of those whom we need to kill, and take care of business? Fiorina was probably so proud that she got an “A” on jerk Hewitt’s current events pop-quiz. So effing what? I don’t want some smart ass for President. I want someone who, in Trumps words, will “knock the hell out of ISIS and take the oil.”

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  10. Kauf Buch says:

    Man oh man. Talk about obsessing on the trees and ignoring the forest!
    I would have loved a response like
    (though I know it would not have been “proper”)
    “I don’t care if their names are Tom, Dick and Harry; anyone threatens America, I will blow them away!”

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Are the Qud’s from San Francisco? Is it a Gay Bar?

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    • Jett Black says:

      If you want to know who’s threatening America and who you need to blow away, might be good to know their names and even the names of the organizations and leaders who’re running the terrorist shows. Beyond the biggest, most high profile leaders of terrorist and enemy organizations, Trump can handle this the Reagan way–defer to his experts/military and intelligence commanders–or the Shrub way–“You’re either with us or against us”–for real, I hope, this time. Make it clear that he and America are willing to give even those who have been our enemies in the past the chance to repent and get on board to a brighter future. If Hasan Nasrallah called up Trump tomorrow and said, “I’m sorry for the horrible things Hizbollah has done. We want to partner with you to clean up our region, grow the good we’ve done and get rid of the bad.” That would be a call we wouldn’t want him to block preemptively, even though it’s as likely as <0bomba telling the nothing but the truth for an entire month.

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  11. doodahdaze says:

    Trump is going to have to take out Carson. Carson is a splitter. The MSM is now going to have a Carsongasm.

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  13. John G says:

    On Morning Joe, Trump called Hugh Hewitt a third-rate radio announcer and got everybody to laugh.

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  14. William says:

    When Trump was asked if he knows who Nasrallah is, he should have answered it this way:
    I know as much about Mr. Nasrallah as I know about the fellow elected to pick up horse poop in outer Mongolia.
    In other words, you don’t play their game. You undercut their premises and their assumptions. You cut them down at their knees. Do not play their game because you will lose. They are well practiced.

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  15. stringy theory says:

    I’ve always found Hugh Hewett creepy so never pay any real attention to him. Levin spends too much time writng books and pushing them. I can see the establishment has the Salem Com. web sites by the throat. Red State is a perfect example and Erickson gave the game away when he disinvited Trump to his gathering. Their motto has always been a conservative in the primary (only) but the GOPe guy in the actual election. After years of watching oblama, hillary and kerry, the real foreign policy clowns in action, most anything would be better. Certainly Trump would be the only improvement that would make a difference. He might not know the names of every lowly thug in the mideast and elsewhere, but you can be sure they know his name. Be vigilant.

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  16. Will says:

    I liked Hewitt, he gives good interviews. Earlier in the year I heard him say that Hillary would be President. That signals a unserious conservative to me. He’s comfortable enough so that having another Alinskyite in office doesn’t bother him. That bothers me. Not listening anymore.

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  17. Bill beach says:

    I would vote for Trump over Bush.

    Liked by 3 people

  18. Timeout says:

    I don’t believe it is important to know the names of those muslims who want to kill us. Because if you take out one name it will be replaced by another. It is not important. What is important is what will be done about those who are coming across our border. The muslims and the cartel, murders, and rapists. And even those who are not criminal….The name muslim names are not important. Hewitt is a snob!

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  19. doodahdaze says:

    I can not think of anything better, than a loose cannon, rolling through the hive, inside the beltway.

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  20. twolaneflash says:

    Hewitt pulled a Candy Crowley on Trump, though, shudder, Crowley is better looking than him. Hewitt gives me the creeps with his slit-eyed ghoulish grin: a face made for radio, and horror shows. Salem Communications is committing slow-suicide by making enemies of conservatives with their liberal agenda-driven media mouths like Hewitt, Erickson, Malkin, et. al. I have deleted the bunch of them.

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  21. mikey0 says:

    Trump didn’t prepare by learning all the current bad guys’ names even though he acknowledged he knew such a question was forthcoming. He knows it doesn’t matter. And so do we. Hewitt and all the rest just sit around congratulating each other for memorizing dozens of names of people whose names are the least important part. A mind IS a terrible thing to waste. If only they would use that brain power for something that has worth. Like what to do with those named bad guys. Trump knows. They don’t.

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    • doodahdaze says:

      Hugh of Arabia. He does not realize how disgusting of an educated fool he appears to be to the regulars. We do not care what their damn names are. Hewitt can go back to his game of Tiddlywinks with George Will and Dr. Strangekrout. Trump will do the heavy lifting.

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    • keebler AC says:

      They probably correct each other on how to pronounce these insignificant’s names properly. These terrorist leaders are not insignificant per se but they don’t deserve decent respect pronouns nor Capital names. Horse manure 1, 2, that other horse manure 3, is good enough.

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  22. Jett Black says:

    Fiorina’s responses were pretty weak, considering she had the chance to cram for those questions. That said, I’m seriously not impressed with anyone who thinks they have any understanding of the pisslamic threat to our nation and culture who doesn’t at least know who Suleimani (Iran Quds Force), Nasrallah (Hezbollah), al-Zawahiri (al Qaeda), and al-Bagdadi (ISIS) are. Bonus points for knowing who/what Imad Mugniyeh (Beirut 84 Marine Barracks bombing, etc. etc. etc.–a serious tool of Satan) and Arafat (PLO, etc. etc.) were. Double bonus for a clear strategy and firm intent to put the first 4 and all their supporters, including Erdogan, Khameini, and Assad, where the last two are–in hell.

    Trump needs to study Reagan on this–stick with broad policy positions and defer to experts for particulars, especially combat hardened military commanders, on the details of national security. One of the worst things a POTUS can do, as we’ve seen since the mid-60’s, is to pretend he can command troops from his armchair.

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    • Angry Dumbo says:

      Spot on, Jett. Listen to the whole interview and Trump follows your strategy to a tee. Listen to the interview and you can tell that Hewitt is a hostile and Trump is getting set up. Hire retired general Ray Odierno and maybe even Petraeus as consultants to Team Trump, then direct all questions to them. Trump is a delegator, not master of the universe or planetary savior. Trump does trouble. He comes off great in the interview.

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    • Gary says:

      1983 (the anniversary of which is just around the corner) and the only name on that list of any importance to this day remains al-Zawahri, And the last thing I want is for any potential leader to “study Reagan on this”. This world was “shake’d and baked….and He helped”

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  23. barbi says:

    Your math teacher might be a low-life A-Hole hoping you fail his every test, but if you’re taking algebra 1, you need pass it in order to get to algebra 2.

    Funny how easily you guys make excuses for DT. I want badly for him to be the guy, but I won’t ignore his failings if he demonstrates them.

    It’s not a “no big thing” for him to NOT know these guys and their orgs and it’s NOT a “no big thing” for him to know he should know them and STILL not know them.

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    • keebler AC says:

      At least Trump knows there aren’t 57 states in his own country. It’s not really an algebra question 1. Hewlitt is not a teacher and 2. in the whole scheme of running a big country it’s more like asking trivial questions because Trump’s answer is the correct one: They’ll be gone soon, and that’s all that matters. Once he turns his eyes toward the enemy, he’ll tell Hewlitt who the real enemy is. Thank you very much Hewlitt for your shadowy Common Core aura, next question!

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    • amjean says:

      It is not a big thing in the grand scheme of things, however, the media will
      make it a big thing, which in turn may make people think it is a big thing. I worry that
      some will worry about this being a big thing, however,
      it appears that even the low information voters don’t give a rat’s a$$ about the media for the most part.

      And the more the media and the GOPe morons and pundits pile on, the more
      the public will disregard their blatherings. Don’t forget that Trump
      is doing the citizens a great service by taking on the media one by one. And we
      for the most part are cheering him on. Hence the popularity of the we-be-sisters
      videos.

      I suspect Hugh Hewitt will not gain popularity from his treachery.

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      • Jett Black says:

        Hewitt is such a weasely, irritating twit, even though he is fairly sharp and somewhat “conservative,” I can’t imagine why anyone would watch or listen to him unless it was for the guest, not him.

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    • lou Ann Watson says:

      no one asked obama these questions before he got the nomination, and quite frankly, as long as trump is willing to destroy them, why does it matter? bet you they all terror leaders know his name and fear his election. how many others can you say that about? when reagan was elected, the hostages were released

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  24. Nanny G says:

    Are these ”our” current bad guys?
    Obama is planing on increasing funding to all of them through his ally, Iran!
    Nasrallah only came out of hiding after Obama took office.
    Iran pays fighters in Syria over $1000 a month no matter if we (accidentally) kill one or another of their ”leaders.”
    They might be Hewitt’s bad guys and a danger to US interests, but Obama is looking the other way as Iran funds them all.
    And Obama will be freeing up more cash for them all.

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    • Jett Black says:

      Yep and we’re flying air support for Quds units in Iraq, allegedly fighting ISIS, but mostly just taking over Iraq. <0bomba has completely inverted enemy/ally relationships with no benefits, but plenty of detriments. The enemies Hewitt was looking for and that I’ve mentioned in comments above are still enemies–the way they’ve acted and the way <0bomba has acted toward them only shows that <0bomba should be on the same enemies list as, e.g., Nasrallah, Khameini, Erdogan and their ilk.

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  25. Dustin C. says:

    “Just like Bloomberg’s John Heilemann and Mark Halperin with the “what’s your favorite bible passage” question (ie. prove you’re a christian); or Bloomberg’s Mark Halperin asking Ted Cruz his favorite “Hispanic food…”

    Spot on, the whole article.
    The only thing I take issue with is why you deliberately lower-case “Bible” and “Christian” while properly capitalizing everything else?

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  26. BlindSquirrel says:

    Reminds me of a Henry Ford story https://500dollarmillionaire.wordpress.com/2013/06/26/henry-ford-was-the-smartest-ignorant-man-in-history/ where in court under questioning “After the questions became a bit too much, Ford finally replies to an offensive question by saying, “If I should really WANT to answer the foolish question you have just asked, or any of the other questions you have been asking me, let me remind you that I have a row of electric push-buttons on my desk, and by pushing the right button, I can summon to my aid men who can answer ANY question I desire concerning the business to which I am devoting most of my efforts. “

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  28. YOLO says:

    Mark Steyn was on Hewitt the other day and referenced the novel “Camp of the Saints.” Hewitt had never heard of it. I’d say that signals how clueless he is concerning the real threats to the western world.

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  29. francismuldoon says:

    So now we will wait with baited breath to see what shenanigans Hewitt will pull as moderator of the CNN debate in a few weeks.

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  30. jameswlee2014 says:

    It doesn’t make a bit of difference. They are simply not catching on. They a piling stupid on stupid. However as the polls continue to show Trump surging and Jeb Openbordersamnestycommoncore Bush wobbling between 5 and 8% they will soon be overtaken by cold hard reality. It is over. They lost. If you want to know the part of stupid they are stuck it is this: there are NO other issues. They will try in vain. No one cares. It is like arguing about the place setting at the dinner table while the house is on fire. Even though I wrote this 3 weeks ago and have posted in a number of times in different places in the hope that at least one of these gerbil brained ‘insider professionals’ might read it and avail themselves of a clue; so far no takers. For those who have seen this before, I beg your indulgence:

    Here is why Trump is doing so well. The American people do not view the tsunami of humanity swarming across our southern border and helping themselves to all of our stuff as a wave of migration. We view it as an invasion. We are sick and tired of it. And we are sick and tired of being called names because we are sick and tired of it. Then, out of the clear blue sky comes Trump and says out loud and without a word of apology, and without taking a step backward, what all of us feel.

    Thus he has separated himself from the spineless half-stepping jellyfish that want our votes. We did not appreciate John McCain referring to us as ‘crazies’ one little bit. We are American citizens and if he wants to treat us with that kind of contempt, he is the one that is crazy. It’s not that difficult to understand. Here is what we want. We want the border sealed. We want all of the illegal aliens deported. Here’s what we don’t want. We don’t want to be called racists by people who refer to us as gringos or effete nitwits who live in gated neighborhoods.

    We don’t want any excuses about how hard it would be. Tough luck. We just sent a space ship 3 billion miles over almost a decade and it ended up right where it was supposed to and worked perfectly: we can build a wall. We can detect and track ICBM’s flying at us at 10,000 miles an hour. We can detect and track Mexicans walking at 3 miles an hour. We can send the illegals a couple of hundred miles south and so no, we are not interested in any excuses.
    If Trump sticks to his guns about this issue he will win the nomination and the general election in a walkaway.

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  31. Alfred E. Neuman says:

    Reblogged this on The Lynler Report.

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  34. Marty says:

    In this election, it will not matter what the RNC or George Will or his buddies or the media say it will be the 1980 election again. The people will have the last word in who THEY want nominated.

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  35. Dean G says:

    I see Malkin released a flattering puff piece on Ben Carsons wife today. Orders are orders.

    http://www.vdare.com/articles/meet-candy-carson-the-anti-michelle-obama?content=a%20quiet%20but

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  36. Pentheus says:

    I love that the top D candidates are ‘out-of-touch’, ‘uncool’, ‘old white men’ – excepting Hillary from the last, of course. She reminds me of Grandma getting a facebook account trying to be with-it, and all of the sudden half of the grandkids stopped using facebook.

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