Sharyl Attkisson Discusses DC Journalist Bureau Chief Urging Colleagues to Take Down Trump….

Sharyl Attkisson was interviewed on NewsMax TV with Steve Malzberg and discussed an event she attended where a well known DC Journalist Bureau Chief urged all of the reporters in attendance to earnestly work at taking down candidate Donald Trump.

When you consider the event being discussed, and further add the known hatred from a very specific Washington Bureau Chief, it stands to reason Attkisson is discussing Carl Bernstein.

Bernstein previously said that all reporters have a professional journalistic responsibility to destroy the candidacy of Donald Trump.  Bernstein, if you didn’t know, is a full-throated supporter of Hillary Clinton.

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[…]  Any objective observer of the news media’s treatment of Trump can certainly conclude that reporters are taking a side in this election — and they don’t have to be wearing a button that says “I’m with her” for this to be readily apparent. The irony is that the media’s Trump bashing may wind up having the exact opposite of its intended effect.

Polls shows that journalism is one of the least respected professions in the country, and with Trump calling out media organizations for their bias, widespread slanted reporting is bound to reinforce this point — and to backfire.

Trump’s campaign is throwing down the gauntlet to the political class. If journalists are seen as the mouthpiece of that class, they may soon find themselves covering Trump’s inauguration. (read more)

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183 Responses to Sharyl Attkisson Discusses DC Journalist Bureau Chief Urging Colleagues to Take Down Trump….

  1. Centinel2012 says:

    Reblogged this on Centinel2012 and commented:

    Sharyl is the only honest ne out there that I can tell from my reading and research. She has given TED talks about the controlled medial.

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  2. Sanj says:

    We have to starve these asshats of their advertising dollars by not giving them eyeballs. Only use alternative (read honest) media and boycott them. I’m boycotting them and the Idiots in Utah by changing our ski plans this winter. As long as the center of the #AlwaysLosers is located in Utah, I’m not giving them my business or money.

    Liked by 25 people

    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      I cut the cable, and it feels really good. I still hate the media, but I don’t hate myself for paying their salaries.

      Liked by 19 people

    • Sherlock says:

      I would favor legislation that would require cable and satellite providers to only offer channels people want for a flat fee each, and quit forcing packages that include phony media. That would kill ’em deader than dead.

      Liked by 18 people

      • oldtoenail says:

        I agree with Sherlock. This idea may be an impossible goal but it should remain as a goal. If we can vote enough incumbents out it could happen.

        Liked by 6 people

        • lou Ann Watson says:

          yes, let the oprah sycophants pay for the oxygen network and gay blades pay for the bravo channel, etc, etc

          Liked by 3 people

        • Chris says:

          .. agree with you and Sherlock.. we need to keep this subject on the radar into the future
          for so many reasons.. it’s similar to the term limit debate in that it’s against the power- structures interest but is a worthy front to fight..

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        • Disgusted says:

          I’ve tried to free myself from cable in Connecticut and just get a land line phone plus internet only, but Comcast tells me no, because they are really in business to sell cable t.v., offering those other two services just to be nice or something. Does anyone out there know a way to get what I want?

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          • jmclever says:

            There are probably smaller providers in your area. I live in rural TN and my provider allows me to buy only landline and internet even tho they sell cable programming.

            There was a time when we were able to buy internet only from Comcast, but that was years ago before we turned it off. Almost ten years now.

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          • Bert Darrell says:

            I believe what you just described of Comcast is illegal. Comcast can legally offer you a bundle that includes cable TV but they cannot legally force you to buy any bundle. So, if you just want internet +/- phone they cannot deny you. If they do, complain to your local franchise (usually your municipality or county).

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      • WSB says:

        I have been asking for a la carte for years. They only laugh!

        Liked by 4 people

      • Wend says:

        Me too. We keep ours because all of us have stuff we can’t get through other sources. It infuriates us to have to involuntarily support the liars and also a gazillion foreign channels (we live in Southern Calif.).

        Liked by 4 people

        • Crystal says:

          Do NOT – whatever you choose – do NOT subscribe to FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS. That company STINKS! We were Verizon customers and ever since Frontier took over, our WiFi is very weak, my husband’s business phone in the house is all screwed up and no matter how many times we called them (Customer Service is very nice), nothing really changes. They’re offering all these packages on TV, but the internet service is like living in a banana republic. I can’t tell you how many times my computer stalls and I have to sign out and then sign in again.

          We’re switching to Time Warner, one of the few other offerings in our area. Now my husband can get the Dodger games.

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        • seabrznsun says:

          I have to s roll past so many foreign speaking channels before I get to something I’m interested in it makes my thumb hurt, and I live in East Tennessee! I can’t imagine how bad it must be in your area.

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      • yohio says:

        Funny I always thought that’s what cable TV was meant to be, your choice of what You wanted to watch. Instead I paid for garbage stations I didn’t want & didn’t get other things i wanted. Cable gone over a year and a half ago couldn’t be happier

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      • Patriot1 says:

        We have enough legislation. Enough with all this centralized power.

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      • Mike in SC says:

        The market is heading that way. More and more content providers (HBO, CBS, A&E, etc) are creating apps that you use on your Internet connected device to watch your favorite shows.

        Why pay a markup to the middlemen (Comcast/Time Warner, Dish, DirecTV, etc) who are becoming less necessary in the equation? All I need them for is an Internet connection.

        Sports and live shows have been the hook for the TV model we’ve come to know… and sports drives the prices even higher. The public wants a la carte as WSB posted… and I feel like it’s coming.

        But there is a lot of money standing in the way and they’re fighting it tooth and nail… but I feel it’s for naught. It’s rare that I catch a teenager watching regular TV… they stream EVERYTHING. That’s true of more than a few twenty-somethings as well.

        To echo Patriot1, no need for legislation… we just need government to stay on the sidelines and let the market shape itself up.

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      • stella says:

        I don’t favor government intervention. The industry is already going in this direction, due to new technology and market forces. Take a look at Amazon Prime Video (which offers premium subscriptions to Starz, Acorn, and Showtime), and SlingTv.

        ADD: Also Roku.

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      • Of course we all would. Its been requested for decades, we are forced to pay for programming we don’t wish to purchase at prices we have no control over, like Health Care.

        Why, because you are paying for the subject matter that is part of the agenda. Its crap mostly, doesn’t matter, it influences the mind and choices from “programming” the lifestyles and thought process of the youth.

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        • Agree with comments advising against legislation and noting that market forces are already going toward making the changes we want. And no one is “forced” to get television to watch. I realize how tempting it is to say, “There oughtta be a law!” But that’s how we’ve gotten where we are.

          I get phone and Internet from Comcast. They’re okay, but you have to keep an eye on the monthly bills, which have a disconcerting tendency to jump way up with no warning. It “only” takes half a day to get a new “special” that returns the bill to its former relatively reasonable level.

          I’ve never expected a company to do my thinking for me. Or a legislature.

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        • jmclever says:

          but unlike Healthcare, you don’t get penalized for refusing to buy it. At least, not yet.

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    • mikebrezzze says:

      I changed my mind long ago about Utah when I read the truth about Joseph smith, he was a pioneer version of bill Clinton

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  3. Rex says:

    Well boys, I reckon this is it. Nookaler combat toe to toe with the Hillarinos and their media.
    (in my best Slim Pickens impersonation)

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  4. Backspin says:

    Is there a union law somewhere that says each network must have ONE real reporter ?
    Most curious Captain .

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  5. bulwarker says:

    Ill say it again. This election is not about left v right, trump v clinton. Its about the role the media plays and how much power the democrats can exercise. Think about it. Hillary is the worst candidate in modern history. She is a proven serial liar, has a notable criminal history, and has zero accomplishments of record after years of public ‘service.’ Trump, on the other hand, is an upstanding citizen who has a solid business reputation and is an american success story.

    Regardless of this contrast Hillary is still in contention for the presidency. Why? Because the media is controlling the entire narrative, and the media is controlled by democrats, and most people only absorb snippets of the media. Therefor if Hillary wins it proves no real conservative candidate can ever win against such an entrenched, rigged system. The democrats could run satan himself against Christ almighty and the media would spin so hard that the lemmings would vote for the devil because they were told its the right thing to do.

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    • wolfmoon1776 says:

      The media is probably better off if Trump wins. If Hillary wins, and she turns out to be a complete disaster hated by most of the nation, the press will be held responsible.

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      • WSB says:

        I wonder how the press would report their own demise?

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      • bulwarker says:

        How did that work for Obama? We are in the definition of a disaster, the media closed ranks around him, and most people still don’t care. It’s so bad that our Republican officials, who ran on a platform of repeal and challenging the president, refuse to do the only thing in their power: close the purse strings and shut down the government (non-emergency personnel). And why? Because they get hit by the media narrative that everything is their fault and they are racist, so they legislate in fear.

        Nothing will change if Hillary is elected, in fact it will get worse. Just think of all the major networks who have media personalities tied to the clintons. I wouldnt be surprised if George Snuffaluffagis served as her press sec and kept his primetime job at ABC.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          I don’t care how the press reports it. We all know they’re full of it. What I’m saying is that people are going to blame the press for getting us into the real messes that Hillary would get us into. So when the reckoning comes, I tend to think that the press will be first in line for “reparations”.

          They can think whatever they like. Hillary will be a disaster, and the press will be blamed by the people who wanted Trump.

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        • coco1050 says:

          I’m not sure they legislate in fear. I think they like the status quo or are being blackmailed. Not sure there are many honorable Congressmen out there anymore— let alone a Statesman.

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      • Sunshine says:

        NO. The Press will find a way to cover itself by minimizing her mistakes.

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        • wolfmoon1776 says:

          They THINK they’re covering themselves, just like they think they got away with Obama. But when I hear the people cheering “LOCK THEM UP” – well, I don’t think they’ve gotten away with it. They are just protected by the Obama government they foisted on us.

          Most Americans are angry with the derelict press. Four more years of not just Obama, but Super-Obama, will change things in ways that the press has no clue about.

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      • jackphatz says:

        The “press” should have been held responsible for Obama but it hasn’t still and likely won’t , much like it was responsible for the coverage of Bill Clinton.

        The only way to neuter the press/media is to make it irrelevant. With the new media, we’re almost there. The recent information on CNN only getting something like 887,000 viewers, and how many people are in this country? That’s a stunning example of how news is viewed.

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      • margarite1 says:

        The press is never held responsible – who would tell that story? The MSM? No way.

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    • WSB says:

      They already have. They voted for Obama.

      Liked by 1 person

    • oldtoenail says:

      I am not sure the democrats are not running satan this election.

      Liked by 5 people

  6. I wonder how many meetings NewMax had with the same topic?

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  7. eubykdisop says:

    It’s good to have objective verification of what we already know. Thinking people wrote off the mainstream media long ago and it is true that the more the MSM bash Trump the more they prove that he is exactly the person we most need to be POTUS. As my grandfather used to say, “Every knock is a boost!”

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  8. Pam says:

    Lump Fox News in there and I suppose this shouldn’t surprise anyone. Not only are we ignored and mistreated by the MSM but so are Bernie supporters. They may not realize it yet but they are playing with fire.

    Liked by 10 people

    • mopar2016 says:

      Bernie supporters are bummed out because they still have to pay their college tuition.

      I’d be bummed out too if I’d listened to someone tell me that everything in this life is free, and then I found out that it’s not.

      Bernie supporters aren’t brain dead, but they’re pretty close to it.

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      • WSB says:

        I had a little hope with a Berniebot one night. Same complaint about college. When I asked him to look at the tuition rate between 1970 and 2000, he came back with the correct numbers. For state schools it was between $1500 and $5000. PRIVATELY loaned student aid was capped at $2500 per year. When he finally realized that Obama and colleges colluded to transfer student loans to the government, increase tuition and loans to redistribute taxpayer money…he finally understood.

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        • The student loan rise in tuition costs occurred long before Obama. They are just using it to full extent now to make the Loan chart look good for the BS economy numbers. One of many financial traps made by the govt, like housing.

          The rise in student loans occurred when the old process of the govt issuing the loans and backing them was “replaced” by a new and much better system of Bohica. The govt cut a deal with the banks to handle the student loans. The banks did this for one reason, why take the risk on all that debt. Easy, the govt made a simple but huge change to the constitution basically without cause. The govt made Student loans exempt from BANKRUPTCY. You are own the hook for ever and ever.

          This simple but hugely unfair adjustment allowed the banks to run wild. Want a loan to go to Europe to study the culture because you are taking French, no problem how much do you need. The banks had absolutely NO REASON to look at whether the loan for education was worthwhile and could be repaid, the govt backed them and the banks were handing a feeding frenzy.

          Banks used to be required to do DUE DILIGENCE when issuing a loan to make sure you had the ability to repay, they were on the hook if you couldn’t. They are currently handing out loans if you can breath and you get a degree in a profession you will have absolutely no chance of getting a job. The rise in costs started with the change in loan procedure.

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    • Wend says:

      Every once in a while Fox still does something good – like tonight with Huckabee sitting in for Hannity and interviewing Trump then Prof. Gorka and a retired general about the lying re: ISIS strength. Then he had Doug “just look at the polls” Schoen so we turned it off. Huckabee is just a delight.

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    • jmclever says:

      The MSM has been successful before in installing their preferred candidate. This time, however, they have a candidate in DJT who doesn’t consider losing with dignity an option.

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  9. WSB says:

    I just posted this on another thread. I found Lame Cherry tonight with an amusing take on the result of Nancy Pelosi’s cell phone being hacked, spewing the entire DNC donor phone list:

    “Seriously, when you have Nancy Pelosi’s cell phone, how hard do you think it is for a hacker to log in and listen to every voice mail and read every text?

    What Guccifer has done now in publishing the entire list of private phone numbers is to make all of these traitors throw away their phones and go through the process of getting new numbers and setting passwords. It literally has shut down the DNC network and will cripple it for the next 6 weeks in the inner circles, and in the outer circles it is going to piss off the donors who do not get the new phone numbers and all they get are the “disconnected service” message.”

    Without giving away what this Cybernationalist is up to, it would be an odds on bet that they have already backdoor access to a secondary system monitoring all which is taking place.”

    Oops.

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    • WSB says:

      Allow me to keep my post above OT. Gucifer seems to be doing an honest investigation to uncover the guts of the cancer in between both parties and the incest with media moguls.

      Liked by 6 people

      • jackphatz says:

        It is interesting how it seems to be primarily the Democrats who are getting exposed. Could it be a patriotic group in DC who is tired of the destruction by the Democrats?

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        • AdamSelene says:

          I think it’s the true believer leftists turning on the corporatists in charge of the DNC. In Dante’s Inferno, the deepest circle of hell was reserved for traitors. You’ll notice conservative patriots, many Treepers, hate the GOPe, the Paul Ryan types, Bill Kristol, more than we hate Democrats. And the Tea Party culminating in the Trump movement has primarily been about cleaning our own house of the neocon RINO infestation. After Bernie got cheated out of the Democratic nomination to appoint Hillary, an awful lot of leftists are realizing their party leadership doesn’t represent them, either, and are taking action. I don’t think Guccifer2.0 is on our side, but I think we have a common enemy.

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        • WSB says:

          Jack…let’s hope! 👍

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    • jackphatz says:

      And right before the election. Look at how many “folk’s” will likely need to get a new phone now. Each traitor in DC probably had trails of a hundred sub traitors.

      I still say…there has to be a means of obtaining Obama’s “records”. Where are they?

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    • TwoLaine says:

      They ignored the dangers and the warnings of being hacked because they think they are smarter than all of us put together. Talk about ignoring counsel!

      The hackers are out to prove them wrong! WINNING!!!!!!! 🙂

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  10. R.IP. MK MOCKINGBIRD / MK BLUEBIRD 1960-2016

    They won’t surrender though. They will keep looking back to their glory days of 1963, 1968 and 1980 and kid themselves nothing’s changed.

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  11. Father Thyme says:

    Journalism in America is dead and what we’re dealing with now are zombies. The walking dead should be dealt with accordingly imho.

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    • oldtoenail says:

      I notice a lot of people think that Journalism is dead in this country but few really think about the factories that produce these worthless parasites. Our Journalism schools are festering sores on society. I would like to hear what the cure is for that problem.

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      • Sam says:

        The cure for J-schools turning out leftist propagandizers is to shut them down.

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      • TwoLaine says:

        STOP.FUNDING.THEM.

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      • Mike in SC says:

        I grew up in the seventies and remember my Dad being a big fan of Cronkite and Mudd… guys like that… men he described as straight up newsmen.

        I took journalism in high school and our teacher taught us the difference in reporting the news (facts only) versus editorializing (opinionated pieces). I don’t know that you can find anything in the MSM that isn’t editorialized.

        Even when it sounds like facts, the report is often selective with the facts and quotes that are laid out. It’s just a different way to spin the truth… I’m leading the reader/viewer to the desired takeaway.

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      • jmclever says:

        all journalism is not dead. CTH is proof. Drudge Report is proof. Professional MSM journalism is being replaced by citizen journalism thanks to internet sites and services like Scribd. Be like Sundance. Dig deep and ask the right questions. Don’t stop until you are satisfied that you’ve found all there is to find. Post your findings to all your social media. Remember Pavlov’s house! What may seem insignificant may actually turn out to be of utmost importance.

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    • John Galt says:

      I no longer use the word “journalists” to refer to propagandists.

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    • Sentient says:

      The best journalist in America is Sundance.

      Liked by 11 people

      • Southern Son says:

        Ding, Ding, Ding!!
        We have a Winnah!!

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      • Elspeth says:

        +1000!

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      • Mike in SC says:

        Agreed… Other than tuning in to one or two airings on FoxNews (recommended by folks here at the Treehouse), I’ve found that this is the only place I go for my news anymore.

        I haven’t watched a news report on one of the major networks in months, and that includes watching the popular late night entertainment shows that are trying to forge my opinions.

        I just don’t trust any of them and I’ve grown sick of being led around by these wannabe celebrities.

        I’ve used Sundance’s line about the MSM being Tokyo Rose to more than a handful of people lately.

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  12. CNN is a great channel to watch. They make it easy. Just love whoever they hate (Trump), and do the opposite of whatever they say. You’ll be doing yourself, your neighbor, and your country a great service. See how helpful CNN is? Its great.

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  13. oldschool64 says:

    When Malzburg asks Sharyl the name of the bureau chief she says she doesn’t. She certainly knows who Carl Bernstein is so either she’s being dishonest or the guy in question wasn’t Carl Bernstein.

    While I can understand why she would not want to divulge the name, I’ am pretty sure a journalist of her caliber wouldn’t lie about knowing who it was.

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  14. WSB says:

    And that is not exactly Carl Bernstein.

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  15. paper doll says:

    The last thing the powers that be want is actual reporting and they sure as hell will not pay for it. The press and their paymasters’s are so flaming egotistical they don’t see their condemnation of Trump helps him. If they are against him, I know Trump’s for real.

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    • starfcker says:

      One of the highlights at the ft lauderdale rally was when Trump pointed to the press pen and started talking about how dishonest they are. I wish i had video.

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  16. NJF says:

    Sharyl is a true warrior. We need more people like her. Even if Trump wins, his fight against the media will not be over. MSM has been vilifying Rs/conservatives for decades.

    I have a friend at work who also plans to vote Trump. She’s not a political junkie, she simply admires Trump’s career and success, and she likes that he’s a disrupter of the status quo. Today she said to me, “she’s going to win, that evil B is going to win.”

    I pulled her aside and showed her the rally pic comparisons, gave several examples of how the MSM is actively lying in order to protect her, and that the majority of the polls are concocted BS.

    I told her no matter what they say, or how much they lie….keep the faith & VOTE TRUMP. It’s the only possible way to get him elected. No matter what happens, just vote!

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    • paper doll says:

      Absolutely the media won’t let up even when Trump wins….the press hates to be proved wrong ….which Trump does all the time! lol

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  17. gandiji says:

    All broadcast media stations in the US have to be licensed. They have to meet certain requirements to maintain their licenses. Since most broadcast media now basically serve as 24-hour propaganda outlets for the elite, I think their lack of “neutrality” can no longer be in question and they should come under the designation “monopoly”,

    As such, their stations licenses should be reviewed by Congress (which has the authority) and revoked if they are shown to be nothing but partisan shills for special interests.

    Their licenses can then be issued to others (or sold at public auction).

    Democracy needs a free press, not a lapdog media.

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    • WSB says:

      But then you would need to figure who sits on the FCC. That’s the problem!

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    • libertysc2016 says:

      I think you are on the right track. As I have said, I think one requirement should be that most/all of our licenses go to outfits owned by Americans. Most of the big media conglomerates are involved in providing news around much of the world. We know by their actions that they do not respect the people of this nation, our laws, or the basic principles that fuel the Republic. God damn them!

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  18. JoeS says:

    It figures! I can’t stand Carl Bernstein. One of the ones that I can’t stand more, though, is Robert Woodward. At least Carl Bernstein makes no pretense of his positions. Woodward tends to hide behind false objectivity.

    I NEVER trusted either on of them, and think they bullsh***ted everyone on the Nixon thing.

    Nixon, in my view, was an absolute saint compared to the scum we have in office today like Obama and “candidate” Hillary.

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    • singtune says:

      By the Way ~”Joe”~~! Those 2 are NOT Special~! Wodward & Bernstein were SET up to do that story~they became famous for, long ago, in D.C.! They did not come about that story “Organically”~!

      it’s a Long story, & has been written about a number of times by those “in the know”. I am sorry, but a lot of information i have learned over the last 20 years was in books & then on the internet,~~& after all this time, the Url’s I had are gone. However i am sure someone else here has knowledge of this same information.~~ & has current links~!

      This is an Amazing website~! SUNDANCE has gathered the BEST here, & in my opinion, is #1 for Truthful information the Web.

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  19. kingjulianx says:

    There is no way these political polls are correct. I talked to many people at the Kissimmee Trump rally and none of them ever got a poll,hmmm. I will tell you one thing, if they cheat this election from Trump war in this country will break out not overnight but a slow trickle of civil unrest.

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  20. SPMI says:

    Ok so when are we going to hear that all these low life journalistic liars are lying every day in every way.
    These little Piss ants, meally mouthed chicken sh*t
    Bastards should be fired immediately.
    Oh I forgot they’re done on November 8th.

    G O D T R U M P!!!

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  21. Bull Durham says:

    Consider the Media, all of it in all forms, as part of the corrupt government, because it is.
    It is merely the loudspeakers for the Tyranny. There is no hope for it until we win.

    Starve it of audience. Campaign to scare their advertisers. But nothing is better than sinking ratings.

    Spread the word. None of them on, unless it is a friendly. Dobbs, Hannity, Varney. But expect they will be forced to have counter-voices also. So, OAN for new headlines. Drudge for links to hot items.Breitbart. Radio is a vast wasteland. Listen to music.

    Notice what Trump is doing. He tweets when he’s going to be on. So you only have to tune in for him.

    Amazing how your mind clears when you shut the noise off.

    Even when I have on cable, I mute it. If a Trump spokesperson is on, I put the sound on.

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    • distracted2 says:

      I wholeheartedly agree with you. The leftist media will cease to be relevant if we stop paying attention to them. This political season has opened my eyes more than any other. I now have a list of networks, shows and actors I will no longer watch.

      The only way to get them to stop is to deprive them of eyes and advertisers. We need to be very loud and vocal about it by complaining to advertisers who support these shows and networks. And, frankly, by turning them off. Also, as hard as it is, refrain from clicking on their news stories about Trump. We already know what their agenda is so there’s no need to give them an audience

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    • Wend says:

      We do exactly the same. I’ve never liked TV news very much-I only watched it a lot during big events like 2000 election (I saw how stupid most of these “experts” are, even the lawyers couldn’t figure out how to quickly tell what the USSCT opinion was in Bush v. Gore-it was pathetic!), 9/11, beginning of Iraq war, etc. I do not plan on watching TV for the election results in Nov-gonna use TH and Drudge.

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    • Joe says:

      Create a news network with half Republicans, half Democrats. They have to agree on what to report, and have somewhat neutral coverage. If they can’t agree, they just split the time 50/50. End of the LSM. Might even make a profit. Any rich people who would benefit from that and would bankroll the plan? Or perhaps they issue public stock? I’ll buy some.

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      • AdamSelene says:

        “Create a news network with half Republicans, half Democrats.”

        Great, Republicans like Bill Kristol and Charles Krauthammer?

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  22. zephyrbreeze says:

    99 People Shot in Chicago in Less than a Week

    http://www.truthrevolt.org/news/99-people-shot-chicago-less-week

    Wouldn’t this be a bigger story if the press were honest?

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    • freddy says:

      when it’s hot and humid people get irritable just like when they run out of dope and have to prowl to get somemore. They can’t just sit and wait they have to go out and get some money or something to trade. They steal and when caught get shot. The rap music glorifies it all and a gun is a fashion accessory. I don’t know how all that will ever be fixed…..

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    • ctdar says:

      ….or if black lives really mattered to them.

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  23. coltlending says:

    Wouldn’t surprise me one bit if pollsters are saying and doing the same thing within their clique.

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  24. Joe says:

    I’m hoping eventually Trump will direct his rally crowds to attack and dismember the hostile media covering the event.

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  25. freddy says:

    I cut my cable some time ago. I listened to a little radio but Hannity says the same thing over and over..the penny plan… Rush is a little too clever and I don’t fully trust him nor any of these full throat ed conservatives voting for Hillary. I’m a Orphan a media orphan. I go from to place to place hoping to find at least a little real information. This is my favorite place for reading even if some of the content is over my head at least the attempt to be honest is there……I used to like to post and get likes but all over that one too. people are quite viscous on those boards and if they suspect your a troll WOW some kind of abuse. Change you name then AH hAH you have only 5 comments and 1 like must be sent from Soros… Pretty funny I tell ya…….

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  26. Jimmy Jack says:

    I hope Trump wins just to prove these idiots wring and make them miserable for our years. I also hope to see Trump start his own media empire. Eric’s wife Laralea works as a television producer already – maybe they can do it.

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  27. feralcatsblog says:

    “Bernstein previously said that all reporters have a professional journalistic responsibility to destroy the candidacy of Donald Trump. “

    This is professional journalistic responsibility in the lock-step Hitler style.

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  28. Millwright says:

    I don’t believe anything issued by the LSM – unless its verified by our legions of “independent journalists” ! However, I will take a longer look at Sheryl Atkinson’s stuff solely because she boarded the “OF&F train” giving national exposure to the excellent work of Dave Codrea and Mike VandeBrough (RIP Mike) whose journalistic honesty and integrity opened the doors to “CATF” members and bringing BATF’s subversive pogroms to light.

    The ” take down Trump” meme has been so blatantly bannered across the media its become a caricature of the “honest opposition” ! Indeed, the media moguls – and the elites – seem contemptuous of the voting public using their “platforms to promulgate false “poll numbers” completely at odds with the reality of events. Folks, we’re seeing a reprise of the “Big Lie” tactics of Joesph Goebbels; only with individual access he could only dream of.

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  29. Maquis says:

    I kept waiting for him to ask; “Who will rid me of this troublesome Priest?”

    Bloody traitors.

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  30. andi lee says:

    From the FCC.GOV website:

    “What responsibilities do broadcasters have?

    As public trustees, broadcasters may not intentionally distort the news. The FCC has stated publicly that “rigging or slanting the news is a most heinous act against the public interest.” The FCC may act to protect the public interest when it has received documented evidence, such as testimony from persons who have direct personal knowledge of an intentional falsification of the news. Without such documented evidence, the FCC generally cannot intervene.”

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    • Dave says:

      This is a million-dollar point. Who appoints future FCC commissioners could rival the importance of who appoints future Supreme Court justices. But in this case, you don’t have to twist and interpret existing law. Outfits like CNN are in clear violation and having their license jerked would send shockwaves through a media that now lives by advertising and shareholder valuation.

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  31. TwoLaine says:

    IF I were the reporter who called out the State Dept gal this week for her b.s. non-responses, I would have reminded her highness immediately that SHE WORKS FOR ME. Now, Answer The Question. In English PLEASE.

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  32. freeperjim says:

    I’m not sure SA was referencing Bernstein as he noted she did NOT know his name.

    That said…

    I’m an entrepreneur and the US Rep for very high-end audio products designed.manufactured in Europe including, at one time, a 4-piece CDPlayer that retailed at $70k. As an aside, it is a stunningly beautiful design that could be in the MOMA.

    I have personal experience with Carl Bernstein who called me a number of times interested in purchasing this CDPlayer. Bernstein has a reputation in the industry of wanting special treatment and frequently wants a “long-term” loan – i.e. free stereo equipment. Eventually I met him at a CES show where I was exhibiting various brands I represented. He is even more arrogant and repulsive in person than on the phone. Not surprising he is a radical, leftwing communist from like-minded parents.

    Here’s a photo of 1 piece of the CDPlayer – the transport – from a CES show I did. Photos don’t do it justice…

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    • All that money for reproduction of music digitally, and using a Akai King reel to reel would make that digital sound reproduction junk, as would any piece of well cared for vinyl. My opinion of course, backed by the fact that a digital reproduction of an analog recording can never capture all the signal. Only way is when the music or video is completely done inside the computer system, like graphics/human cg or fake instruments. They are digitally created totally inside. If you record with a mic to the computer there is an analog chip that is encoding the signal and it cannot capture all the input from the microphone. In your cell phone and every digital device digital camera etc, there is an analog chip to encode. each and every one. Almost every student asked which is better digital or analog says digital. Wrong. Its only better for one reason, and not image or sound reproduction. Its the ability to copy and maintain a decent level of digital sample in generations of reproduction.

      Bernstien has more money than Cents (sense) he is like many, attracted to shiny things

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  33. TwoLaine says:

    American Media Celebrate Hillary, and they aren’t even hiding it anymore…
    JoeDanMedia

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  34. Angry Dumbo says:

    Attkisson is the first reporter I would hire if I wanted to create a new credible news network. And she ain’t too hard on the eyes either. = )

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  35. LANE says:

    We need to call the cable company’s and request that they block from your cable package they won’t but if enough of us call the message and ratings will drop. The key is to get thier ratings to fall fall fall

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  36. LANE says:

    Not on the news Hillary and Tim Kaine had dinner with George Soros son the other night not one word on the news. This is bad.

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  37. TrumpOrDie says:

    In his Ask Me Anything at Reddit, Trump chose to respond to a question that was a short essay on how concentrated the media monopoly has become, and how bad this lack of competition is for the American people.

    Trump didn’t go into any detail, just saying it’s something to be thinking about.

    But the fact that he chose to highlight that question, among dozens or hundreds of others, was sending a warning shot to the media that he plans to de-monopolize the communications industry. Since monopolistic control over the market is the source of their fantastic wealth and influence, the media know that President Trump is an existential threat to their power.

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    • If so it starts with the Supreme Court also. No matter what the FCC claims they have jurisdiction over, which isn’t much really. The Supreme court has ruled more than once the “news” channels can do what they want with the news. The Supreme Court are the law, not the FCC a “commission”. The FCC can only pull a license, which would be fought in court and the FCC would lose with the current judges also it appears.

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      • TrumpOrDie says:

        The Supreme Court can’t enforce anything, they merely adjudicate disputes.

        It would be ideal to also have them on board, but quite simply, we don’t need their permission to break up what are obvious black-and-white monopolies that threaten rather than serve the public interest.

        As the Obama administration has made perfectly clear, it’s the Executive branch where true power lies.

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  38. Ron Myles says:

    Thanks to Sharyl for reporting this “media conspiracy.” It is absolutely disgusting to think that over my 75 years in our great country, which has included serving several years in the USAF, pay if thousands of dollars in taxes, raising 3 successful children,who have blessed us with 8 grandchildren, along with my wife of 52 years, and to now see the corruption and immorality of our government and media organizations. We have to elect Donald Trump or we may lose our country! God Bless America!

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  39. Angry Dumbo says:

    Hang in there, Ron. I feel the same way. CTH is my oasis. It is really depressing out there, but I firmly believe that they are trying desperately to dispirit us and we just need to keep our heads up high and be good to the people around us. The media wouldn’t be so overwhelmingly negative if Trump had no chance.

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