Unreal – The Washington Examiner Promises To Destroy Any DC Politician Who Supports Donald Trump…

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The Washington Examiner, a widely read political media outlet, has now run an editorial article threatening any DC politician who supports Donald Trump.

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The Washington Examiner (leadership team here) is part of the MediaDC Group who also own/operate The Weekly Standard outlet (Steven Hayes and Bill Kristol).

Byron York is a well known contributor who writes for The Washington Examiner.  Other employees include Becket Adams and Sarah Westwood and Jim Antle and Anna Giaritelli  and Daniel Chaitin

The Washington Examiner and Weekly Standard are both owned and operated by The Clarity Media Group – A messaging, consulting, and public relations firm.  Their business model is to influence public opinion.

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461 Responses to Unreal – The Washington Examiner Promises To Destroy Any DC Politician Who Supports Donald Trump…

  1. Pentheus says:

    “But if you decide to fall into line and take your marching orders from Trump, you will lose respect (not least, your self-respect) and alienate millions of conservative Republicans”

    I would add:
    On the other hand, if you decide to resist Trump, you will be opposed and removed via the votes of TENS of millions of Trump supporters.

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    • Houston radio attack parrot MICHAEL BERRY has been airing FIVE HOUR DAILY RANTS against “Trumpkins” in support of Canadian anchor baby and sheath Tea Party poser Cruzo. His station part of the Premier Radio, turned iHeartMedia, turned Clear Channel syndicate, taken over by BAIN CAPITAL in a leveraged buyout in 2008. Mittens OWNS Limobalm, Hannity, Beck and Michael “Bully” Berry. Trump has one option….

      “9/11 Truth, the Trump Card” at Veterans Today….Donald, play the 9/11 Ace NOW !

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      • benY says:

        And I used to like Berry. Don’t catch him often but he seemed to lean toward Cruz without being too open about it. He was on opposite to Levin and now I have no options.

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  2. rjcylon says:

    Embrace the suck.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. georgiafl says:

    LOU DOBBS isn’t afraid of the political/media/big money hyenas:

    Liked by 12 people

  4. steve grant says:

    Hopefully their reader base will drop’m like a bad habit…..hit the bastids in the bottom line.

    Liked by 4 people

  5. peachteachr says:

    First The National Review committed suicide in full view of the voters and now The Examiner follows suit. I guess losing power does that to people (cough cough Mitt Romney) and businesses, too.
    What is next, a horse head in Trump’s bed?

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  6. Derigitable says:

    This is who we need to primary:

    Kelly Ayotte (New Hampshire) – LOSER
    Roy Blunt (Missouri) – LOSER
    John Boozman (Arkansas) – LOSER
    Richard Burr (North Carolina) – LOSER
    John Hoeven (North Dakota) – LOSER
    Johnny Isakson (Georgia) LOSER
    Ron Johnson (Wisconsin) – LOSER
    Mark Kirk (Illinois) – LOSER
    James Lankford (Oklahoma) – LOSER
    John McCain (Arizona) – LOSER
    Jerry Moran (Kansas) – LOSER
    Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) – LOSER
    Rob Portman (Ohio) – LOSER
    John Thune (South Dakota) – LOSER
    Pat Toomey (Pennsylvania) – LOSER

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    • M. Mueller says:

      Question. Here in WI, very liberal Finegold is running against Ron Johnson. No one is running against Johnson in a primary. It can’t be better to put Finegold back in the senate – can it? Seems, we don’t have much choice.

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    • Gail Combs says:

      Richard Burr (North Carolina) – LOSER

      I vowed six years ago to campaign against Richard Burr after he not only betrayed farmers by Co-authoring that stinking Food Safety Modernization Act but OUT RIGHT LIED to me saying he would not support the bill and then turning around and Co-authoring it! When I called a second time, I was told he co-sponsered it because it ‘protected’ American farmers. Go thing I could not crawl through the phone and get at the liar.

      The law has in it:
      SEC. 404. COMPLIANCE WITH INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS.
      Nothing in this Act (or an amendment made by this Act) shall be construed in a manner inconsistent with the agreement establishing the World Trade Organization or any other treaty or international agreement to which the United States is a party.

      The law also allows regulation of home gardens. Note this part does not specify the SALE of food but the GROWING of food for consumption!

      I. Food Facilities – these provisions apply to any place that engages in “manufacturing, processing, packing, or holding food for consumption in the United States.” [Picking and placing in your frig or freezer is ‘holding food’]

      …B. Hazard Analysis and Risk-Based Preventative Controls (“HARPC”) (sec. 103)
      1. HARPC requirements are very similar to the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control
      Point plans (HACCP) plans required under the House version of the bill. Every
      facility would be required to develop a HACCP-type plan that identifies and evaluates
      potential hazards, develops preventative controls, monitors the effectiveness of the
      controls, takes corrective actions, and provides verification. The facility owner must
      also keep records documenting all of this and periodically reanalyze the plan. The
      plan is subject to FDA approval and inspection. (pp.11-16)

      …II. On-Farm Regulation: “Standards for Produce Safety” (Sec. 105) (pp. 29-41)
      A. FDA is authorized to establish standards for how fruits and vegetables are grown and harvested, including standards for “soil amendments, hygiene, packing, temperature controls, animals in the growing area, and water.”

      C. The requirements specifically include farms that sell directly to consumers (p.31)
      That means all your road side veggie stands.

      “….Ignorance about the law’s broad reach (and how it will be construed by the courts) has thwarted opposition to the bill, which will likely pass Congress. For example, a newspaper claims the bill “doesn’t regulate home gardens.” The newspaper probably assumed that was true because the bill, like most federal laws, only purports to reach activities that affect “interstate commerce.” …

      As a lawyer, I am skeptical of this claim (I co-represented the prevailing defendant in the last successful constitutional challenge to federal regulation under the interstate commerce clause, United States v. Morrison (2000), one of only two cases in 70 years in which a challenge was successful)…..

      But lawyers familiar with our capricious legal system know better. The Supreme Court ruled in Wickard v. Filburn (1942) that even home gardens (in that case, a farmer’s growing wheat for his own consumption) are subject to federal laws that regulate interstate commerce. Economists and scholars have criticized this decision, but it continues to be cited and followed in Supreme Court rulings, such as those applying federal anti-drug laws to consumption of even home-grown medical marijuana. Indeed, many court decisions allow Congress to define as “interstate commerce” even non-commercial conduct that doesn’t cross state lines — something directly at odds with Rep. DeLauro’s claims….”
      http://www.examiner.com/scotus-in-washington-dc/trojan-horse-law-the-food-safety-modernization-act-of-2009

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      • southernbychoice says:

        I’m voting for Greg Brannon. I remember him from 2014. Brannon spent 5 year studying the Constitution and Federalist Papers.

        Liked by 1 person

        • NCPatrick says:

          We voted for Greg Brannon this morning in early vote in NC .. don’t know if enough people realize what a toxic scum R Burr is, but we surely do! In all his years in DC Burr has become virtually invisible in the state except to buy a few ads at re-elect time. Too busy sticking his nose into things like the Shameful Seven. No more Richard Burr for NC I hope and pray!!

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    • lou Ann Watson says:

      isn’t ryan up for election every two years? hey, vote for the democrat for a term…threaten his power. if they want to play ball, let’s hit it over the fence

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  7. aur1640 says:

    Don’t know what else to say but WOW!! Pure unadulterated pathetic slovenly treasonous slime…

    Liked by 2 people

  8. kitkatgator says:

    A Local Developer from Sarasota Mr. Carlos Beruff if also running for Senate for Florida. He is the most Conservative and Not a Politician! He was appointed to many Boards including State college where he was able to remove the Currupt President and get rid of Tenure,Water Mtg Board where he was able to go line by line and get rid of Millions of dollars of waste and the list goes on! He is a Fantastic Family Man and Business Man! Just what Florida needs

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  9. I try to watch Dobbs daily and have just scratched the Examiner of my list of readable publications. May they go the way of the Dodo bird.

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  10. Pure unadulterated McCarthyism. I’ve never been more ashamed of the RNC/GOP and National Review + Washington Examiner.
    Say what you want about the Dem’s, Nancy Pelosi and Reid would have never allowed this to happen.

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    • That is very interesting, because the party differential shows classic Soviet methodology. They would seek to subvert the parties differently. Viewed from the POV of the cultural/political Marxists, you want to discredit in one place and credit in the place you want to shift support – which in this case is from the GOP establishment TO Hillary. So the left compromised the RINOs, and now they discredit them in the eyes of their own base.

      The method was originally to pump and then discredit Jeb. Now, it would be to first discredit the GOPe, shift support to Trump and then discredit him. However, Trump is brilliant, and I’m sure knows how to counter this strategy.

      The GOP/ GOPe needs to get wise to how they’ve been played.

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    • That is very interesting, because the party differential shows classic Soviet methodology. They would seek to subvert the parties differently. Viewed from the POV of the cultural/political Marxists, you want to discredit in one place and credit in the place you want to shift support – which in this case is from the GOP establishment TO Hillary. So the left compromised the RINOs, and now they discredit them in the eyes of their own base.

      The method was originally to pump and then discredit Jeb. Now, it would be to first discredit the GOPe, shift support to Trump and then discredit him. However, Trump is brilliant, and I’m sure knows how to counter this strategy.

      The GOP/ GOPe needs to get wise to how they’ve been played.

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  11. redsequin4 says:

    Well how convenient, everyone at the Washington Examiner is at CPAC so there’s nobody to complain to. UH-HUH. They’re probably all hiding under their desks. We can call back on Monday and let them know what a low life rag the Examiner is for pulling this little stunt.

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    • lou Ann Watson says:

      yes, i noticed no one’s email was registered to this article

      Liked by 1 person

      • redsequin4 says:

        Very convenient but believe me the operator said they were getting lots and lots of calls just like mine. I’m sure many on this blog were calling, so they heard us. Now we have to get a list of their sponsors so we can boycott them.

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  12. waynestrick says:

    I knew three years ago Mitt Bumney threw the election. He is the winner of all Frauds and Cons.

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  13. lubyankafh says:

    It was NRSC in 2014 who was behind not only the Mississipi Fiasco, but also the whole “seated US Senators NOT backing Primary Challengers.
    This Cycle NRSC under innumerable signatures has been bombarding me with Voting, Polling and Funding Requests.

    When ‘the great NRSC’ emails DID NOT HAVE an Unsubscribe Option, and after an emailed request to NRSC to Cease and Desist.

    …I took a great deal of JOY in putting NRSC, NRSC Associated, and related GOPe requests into
    my “consider these addresses “Phishing” Junkmail and Flush Down The Toilet.

    Since that first Euphoiric High, I do that with all my Rubio and other GOPe emails.

    I don’t throw Carson or Cruz into that category with one exception:
    I learned a Great Deal from people Glen Beck had on his old Fox TV program whilst avoiding addiction to Glen Becks own books. I gleefully put Glen Beck/The Blaze into the same
    Flushing Toilet as NRSC.

    Today I added Washington Examiner to the Flushing Toilet.
    I added NRO Generally and Jonah Goldberg particularly to “The Flushing Toilet” [Months ago].

    I don’t want to introduce to much “Bathroom Humor”, but I’ve Rarely felt so relieved!

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  14. To the establishment: ME THINKS THOU PROTESTETH TOO MUCH !

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  15. Trump’s Trumpeteers are thrilled to see the NEOCONs losing their bowel movements.

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  16. Huge thanks to Sundance for digging into this stuff. Keep on naming names…Disinfect with sunlight.

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  17. How come there are no article here for 3 rd of March! No open forum or on trumps rally?

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  18. carolmcd says:

    Club for Growth is refusing to give any money to any Congressional candidate who supports Trump.

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  19. entagor says:

    Great article. Washington Examiner goes bye bye. They let you know they are taking names, but don’t sign their own document. When the career counselor puts on brass knuckles it is time to leave the building

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  20. Linda Ruth says:

    So the “Washington Examiner” is probably a front for the CIA. As loony as this article sounds, doesn’t mean it is harmless in making threats. For anyone of consequence in politics, there is no such thing as “privacy” or “secrets.” Surveillance is always being done by spying methods. Threats can be carried out via blackmail, vicious smears done by media and other politicians, threats of harm to family members, accidents that kill, and suicide by murder. And being forced out of office by voter fraud. Making waves against the status quo is not allowed. That is why Trey Gowdy faked Congressional investigative circuses, and found not one guilty person among the factually accused.

    The CIA and the Media: 50 Facts the World Needs to Know
    Editor / December 16, 2015
    Since the end of World War Two the Central Intelligence Agency has been a major force in US and foreign news media, exerting considerable influence over what the public sees, hears and reads on a regular basis. CIA publicists and journalists alike will assert they have few, if any, relationships, yet the seldom acknowledged history of their intimate collaboration indicates a far different story–indeed, one that media historians are reluctant to examine.
    by Prof. James F. Tracy, Global Research:
    http://theinternationalreporter.org/2015/12/16/the-cia-and-the-media-50-facts-the-world-needs-to-know-2/

    A Short History Of Reported
    CIA Fronts
    By Sherman Skolnick skolnick@ameritech.net
    7-17-99
    “In a scandal that was started by Bobby Kennedy in the Spring, of 1967, various foundations around the U.S. were identified as part of a complicated three-level device for disguising CIA funding of domestic operations: [1] conduits [2] pass-throughs and [3] fronts [a technical term]. A summary of the scandal can be seen in the numerous pages of the New York Times “Index” for 1967, a summary of stories in that newspaper, under the heading, Central Intelligence Agency. Before they could accomplish a cover up, I and my associates quickly looked up the 990-A tax returns of the CIA foundations on the three technical levels mentioned. We developed expertise in showing over and above the mass media published reports, where the money came from and was distributed.”
    http://www.rense.com/politics4/fronts.htm

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  21. Trumped says:

    The more I hear Romneys lines on TV the more stupid he sounds. So akward. I guess most americans will feel the same.

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  22. Washington Examiner is like a student newspaper. Beyond a joke

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  23. marierogers says:

    MITT ROMNEY..RIP

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  24. waicool says:

    every characteristic the Washington Examiner associates with Donald Trump in this article is precisely WHAT WE ALREADY HAVE in our current crop of RINO class politicians. This propoganda fear message is called “projection” and it is the GOPe’s desperate attempt to maintain their corrupt hold on “we the people”.

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