NYT and WaPo Coordinate Dual Strikes Against President as Trump Departs for Trip…

Always remember the basic rule that has been proven accurate 100% of the time:

♦ When the CIA wants to leak a damaging story they coordinate with the Washington Post and ABC. (and vice-versa).
♦ When the State Dept. or FBI/DOJ wants to leak a damaging story they coordinate with CNN and the New York Times. (and vice-versa)

This consistent pattern has NEVER been broken.

There is also a particular transparency here, yet again, with regard to media timing and intent.  The Washington Post (3:03pm) and New York Times (3:00pm) are attempting to frame the anti-Trump ‘muh russia‘ narrative as he departs on his first overseas trip.

Dual benefits for antagonistic media and political opposition:

♦ Trump team is out of country and unable to defend administration on-camera, while frenzy ensues 24/7 in U.S corporate broadcast media, and ♦ Trump team becomes relentlessly questioned by traveling press corps abroad on domestic controversy, diminishing Trump international status and pushing the weak/damaged Trump image toward the host nation optic.

It’s how they roll.  Again, check out the timing:

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The New York Times article is the personification of a ‘nothingburger‘ and shows just how desperate Trump’s political opposition have become in their ridiculous efforts to build narratives:

WASHINGTON — President Trump told Russian officials in the Oval Office this month that firing the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, had relieved “great pressure” on him, according to a document summarizing the meeting.

“I just fired the head of the F.B.I. He was crazy, a real nut job,” Mr. Trump said, according to the document, which was read to The New York Times by an American official. “I faced great pressure because of Russia. That’s taken off.”

Mr. Trump added, “I’m not under investigation.”

The conversation, during a May 10 meeting — the day after he fired Mr. Comey — reinforces the notion that Mr. Trump dismissed him primarily because of the bureau’s investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Russian operatives. Mr. Trump said as much in one televised interview, but the White House has offered changing justifications for the firing.

The White House document that contained Mr. Trump’s comments was based on notes taken from inside the Oval Office and has been circulated as the official account of the meeting. One official read quotations to The Times, and a second official confirmed the broad outlines of the discussion.  (more)

The funniest aspect of the New York Times framework is this part:

…”reinforces the notion that Mr. Trump dismissed him primarily because of the bureau’s investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Russian operatives.”…

No, actually Trump saying Comey was a “nut” reinforces the notion that FBI Director James Comey had become a distracting self-aggrandizing gnat whose personal political agenda was having actual consequences on the ability of his boss, President Trump, to deal with real issues surrounding geo-political national security.

Press secretary Sean Spicer does a good job with the following release:

President Trump and his team appear to be doing a good job on this nothingburger.  The best approach is always to use targeted deployment of the word “SO?”

Throughout this entry into the world of politics Donald Trump has effectively owned the downside: “Someone’s doing the raping Don”… etc.  “Yeah, it’s true, I think Comey was a nut – a silly dog chasing a non-existent invisible car – so?”…

Andrew Breitbart was a master of saying “yeah, so?”.


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373 Responses to NYT and WaPo Coordinate Dual Strikes Against President as Trump Departs for Trip…

  1. fedback says:

    Anonymous sources say the leaker feeding WaPo and NYT is CNN’s Acosta. He is also a nutjob

    Liked by 8 people

    • VegasGuy says:

      Acosta the leaker…? Could be….LOL

      Interesting that CNN this PM was commenting on the interactions of Comey & Trump. They kept going back to that LEO meeting where Trump called Comey over. CNN seems to think that Comey was “uncomfortable” being “hugged” by Trump since Comey only extended a hand shake while Trump “grasped” Comey & “pulled ” him into an embrace…….LOL

      I guess it is only a matter of time before a Comey “friend” leaks to the NYT that Comey relayed, in confidence of course, that he “almost” felt that Trump’s interactions came close to “feeling like” sexual advances being made towards Comey…..

      I mean, really, the narrative certainly can’t get any more ridiculous at this point, can it…..?

      Imagine the WaPo/NYT headline……Comey was fired after resisting and rejecting sexual advances from Trump.

      Liked by 3 people

    • fedback says:

      My sources are as good as the fake news media’s sources


    • Alexsandra says:

      I wondered about that earlier this evening to the extent that I thought the big supposed White House connection might actually be an annoying journalist from the press room talking to another annoying journalist going to press. Figures.

      Liked by 1 person

  2. kittytrump84 says:

    I love that Nut Job Comey has joined the ranks with Lyin’ Ted, Little Marco, Crooked Hillary, and Low Energy Jeb!!! Thanks to the dumbasses at WaPo!!! Perfect.

    Liked by 10 people

  3. Enlightened Vulgarian says:

    Is there any “journalist” out there who still isn’t clear about what doing “journalism” does?
    Okay. Last time….

    This is the establishment media. This is Trump. This is the establishment media on Trump….

    Any questions…?

    Liked by 2 people

  4. mrt721 says:

    “Relieved ‘great pressure’ on him”
    What they don’t get is it wasn’t external pressure.
    It was the pressure of an under-the-skin zit, constant and irritating,
    until it finally comes to a head enough to pop.
    Relief, and not a second thought about it.
    Unless it keeps coming to a head and re-popped for the next couple of days.
    It IS just like Comey.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. The Devilbat says:

    Donald Trump won the election in spite of every effort made by the press, the democrats, the GOPe and even the American Communist Party. He played them for the idiots that most of them are and he won. My guess is that it won’t be too long before he starts to take down his enemies. I just read that he has now ordered a major investigation into Hillary Clinton’s possible coverup of the Pizzagate affair to protect an unnamed ambassador and some politicians. I think we will all be surprised if it turns out that her only involvement was to organize a cover up. Stay tuned everyone, its all going to happen. The disgusting truth about Clinton and Podesta is going to see full sunlight.

    Liked by 12 people

  6. Tazz2293 says:

    I am at the point that it is time to take pitch forks and torches and burn them all out, tar and feather the lot of ’em, then chase them in to the sea.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Howie says:

      The leftists here are no different than Maduro in Venezuela. Willing to complete the Obama Mission of the destruction of America in pursuit of their sick ideology. Just every bit as dangerous too.

      Liked by 3 people

  7. Tazz2293 says:

    “After my election I’ll have greater flexibility.”

    numnutz in the press are so out of control it is time to kick them off their soapboxes and chase them out of this country. #Nutjob

    Liked by 3 people

  8. Howie says:

    This Comey Thing, “Misprision” or not?
    Crimes of “sedition” are not common jurisprudence in America although it take place with daily regularity. They were tried once but flew in the face of the 1st Amendment and were abandoned almost as fast as they were enacted by colonial era outrage. Briefly, “Sedition” is conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of the state or monarch. America was founded by sedition against George III and should not be denied to future populations.

    In today’s highly charged political atmosphere only the Democrats and their propaganda machine the Leftist media, outwardly conform to the pure definition of “sedition.” Their aim is to incite people to rebel against Donald Trump and the Republicans. In some undemocratic countries, Venezuela for example, they would already be in prison or executed.

    Liked by 3 people

  9. wyntre says:

    James “Nut Job” Comey has agreed to testify at an open Senate Hearing soon after Memorial Day.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Howie says:

      He will answer all the democrat fake questions and decline to answer all the republicans questions.

      Liked by 4 people

    • Alexsandra says:

      James “Nut Job?\” Comey. See how easy branding sticks when it fits?


    • NJ Transplant says:

      Comey is only testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee. Comey refused to testify before the Judiciary Committee. I looked up the members of those committees. The Intelligence Committee is populated with RINO’s and Never-Trumpers. There are maybe only 1 or 2 who would be fair to the President.

      I just sent a message through the Justice Department website to Attorney General Sessions urging him to charge Comey with perjury the moment he claims that the President tried to interfere in his investigation of General Flynn in February (the FBI investigation of Flynn ended in January, with no findings). Comey should also be charged for failing to report inappropriate meddling by the President. Comey thinks he can have it both ways. They are so used to being lawless, they don’t even realize they can get caught. Obama meddled, but Comey had no problem with that.

      I have heard more about Comey’s relationship with the Clintons. They are both from Arkansas.

      I also urged Attorney General Sessions to take care in the appointment of the FBI Director. I remember when Joe Lieberman ran as an independent. He was real chummy with McCain and Graham. Lieberman should be the last person in that job. I still want Sheriff Clarke as FBI Director. He would be fabulous and would get right to work draining the swamp and going after the leakers.

      Liked by 1 person

  10. wyntre says:

    Greg Jarrett – NO Trump fan – just reiterated on Lou Dobbs that Mueller as Special Counsel presents a clear conflict of interest as his close ties and friendship with James Comey go back decades.

    I’ve been saying that since Mueller’s name surfaced.

    WHO is advising President Trump?

    Liked by 3 people

  11. SafeSpace says:

    These MSM bastards will do anything to draw attention away from the inevitable successes President Trump will enjoy on this overseas trip.

    Liked by 3 people

  12. Stringy theory says:

    It’s what the leftist fake media does. But they no longer influence the millions who support Trump. Their lies are well known and their credibility is in the toilet. Go Trump.


  13. Ron says:

    one of the interesting things about these ‘white house’ pictures for these stories that the news agencies use… they almost ALWAYS show the same room in the house, from the outside. That room they’re showing with a light on? That’s the kitchen!

    The whitehouse was completely rebuilt in the early 50’s, and the room was turned into a family kitchen. So there was a little t.v. on the counter in there, Bill Clinton used to get up in the morning and go over there and watch sports and things on the weekend with the staff. It’d be interesting to see what Trump uses that room for… it’s right across the hallway from the President’s bedroom.

    Liked by 1 person

  14. marinovibe says:

    Trump has very few friends defending him. Might be time for TV ads highlighting the positives of his young admin. In fact, he may need to campaign from now through 2020 to improve/maintain image and approval ratings.

    Liked by 1 person

    • LKA in LA says:

      It is ok Mari because he has us deplorables and we aren’t going back to the Obama/pillage years. We love President Trump and the USA. The insane are no longer running the show and we plan to keep it that way. We are with him no matter what.

      Liked by 8 people

      • Howie says:

        No matter what. If they mess up one hair on President Trumps mane there will not be another election. There will be the Mother of all Rebellions. I doubt the people would stand for it.

        Liked by 5 people

    • Eric Kennedy says:

      Remember, the networks refuse to run his ads.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Chickficshun says:

      You want to pay these guys ad revenue? Pay them to run his ads and then badmouth after the commercial break.
      How about we boycott these people. Stop giving them money.

      Liked by 4 people

      • Sloth1963 says:

        Because WE are not THEIR target audience any way. We’re not the ones that need to see the ads. If it can make even a small percentage of the regular watchers think for a second or two it might save a few lives from the misery of terminal, liberal thought.

        Liked by 1 person

  15. Blue Moon says:

    Question-can the people of this country that voted for and elected President Trump into office file a class action suit against the NYTimes and Washington Post? for trying to undo and nullify a duly elected official? If so that would slow it down some. There has got to be a legal way to bring down these newspapers and what they are doing to this country.

    Liked by 6 people

  16. NYTrumper says:

    Why doesn’t Trump have everyone in the White House take a lie detector test to find the leakers?

    Liked by 3 people

  17. Wayne Robinson says:

    I have said worse about Comey than that in fact to everyone who gives me ear. Comey was in highest LEO position in country and was a common corrupt actor. In such a position of trust America has a right to exspect these people to be above reproach not like meeting on tarmac sand shit like that . Comey was corrupted and sold out for many bet many years ago this isn’t new . He is or was part of the swamp but not any longer. Go Trump MAGA / drain that sucker

    Liked by 5 people

    • Howie says:

      If the FBI has information that might be detrimental to national security it is their duty to inform the new president the day he takes office. If the CIA has any information to that effect, the same. Complete disclosure. In this instance that did not occur.The fact that it did not is to me clear probable cause for misprison of treason charges for all involved the way I see it, just from what is on the public record.
      Clearly the MSM is colluding with the CIA and FBI in this effort. The first amendment is not a defense in a crime of this magnitude. Whose side are they on?

      Liked by 2 people

  18. pooteeweet says:

    Comey wanted to play politics and pick his spots while under the FBI stance that we don’t reveal investigation information except when he deemed fit. Trump fired him and all his protection is gone and Comey must now compete in the rough and tumble field of politics. Comey threw out the first pitch with the Comey memo. Trump responded with Comey is a nut job. Ask Ly’n ted how effective Trump’s labeling is. NUT JOB COMEY!!!

    Liked by 2 people

    • Howie says:

      I have been wondering who could actually go after FBI and CIA criminals. I am praying that Rosenstien knows and the special counsel is who can do it.. The die is cast. If the SC and Deputy AG are crooked there is going to be HELL to pay. If they follow the law justice will occur. The special counsel from what I can tell has the power to clean out the sewer. The only question now is will he do it, or not.


  19. freeperjim says:

    VERY interesting tweet from Russian Embassy (UK) – look closely at background in photo…

    Liked by 1 person

  20. JeremyJohn says:

    Big news: whatever msm says, does not matter. No crime to prosecute says harvard prof. On tucker show.

    Liked by 2 people

  21. jstanley01 says:

    An unwelcome scenario presents itself: That there may be a method to the madness of drumming up calls for impeachment to a fevered pitch. That Comey may just try to play John Dean, and attempt to bring the President down during his Congressional testimony by backing up the memo. And that the Republicans will then declare that they have been forced “by the evidence” to start talking impeachment.

    A decent gauge of current Republican thinking is here:

    I don’t like this scenario, not at all, as anyone here who is familiar with my posts knows. As a matter of fact, please, somebody talk me out of it quick! What will be the political dynamic if Comey backs up the memo? Is the country going to allow accusations by a disgraced former FBI Director to bring down a sitting president?

    To me it looks like that’s exactly what the swamp creatures are going for. As if the progression from Rosenstein’s recommendation, Comey’s firing, and the leak of the memo were orchestrated. Not much of a stretch at all, presuming that the swamp creatures can count Comey, whose career at the FBI was doomed anyway.


    • FL_GUY says:

      Well that’s a nice lib fantasy but President Trump is not Richard Nixon, who was a weak man who never fought back. Whatever contact President Trump had with Nut Job Comey, a known snake, is well and legally documented. President Trump didn’t build up a multi-billion dollar world-wide real estate empire by being stupid. Comey lies at his own peril. If Comey tries to lie about President Trump, the only one that will go down is Comey. Count on it.

      Liked by 2 people

      • jstanley01 says:

        I’m no liberal, and my scenario is no fantasy. Comey has painted himself in a corner again. If he confirms the memo he is lying; if he denies it, he is dissing a lot of folks, beginning with the guy who went public as the leak. The Special Counsel may provide him an out to neither confirm or deny, I don’t know. We’ll see.


    • FL_GUY says:

      PS. National Review is a crap publication that has been lying about President Trump since the primaries.

      Liked by 3 people

  22. Giant Ground Sloth says:

    Yes, Comey is a nut job, but why would President Trump say that to the Russian FM? I wish the President could sometimes be more disciplined.


    • Michelle says:

      In the context of the quote, and when you see Spicers statement, it’s relevant to issues with Russia. And Trump prob wanted to downplay just how incompetent and wrong Comey is, in front of the Russians. You can write it off as “nut job” without going into details.


  23. 6x47 says:

    NYT and waPo have absolutely zero credibility when it comes to coverage of President Trump.

    The tenor of the coverage is exactly the same garbage as found from 2009-16 in the worst of the worst anti-Obama chat rooms and blogs. The lunatics are out in the open, fully deranged and proud. And completely stupid.


  24. jameswlee2014 says:

    One can imagine their existential despair, after expending their entire arsenal of cheap shots, only to have the Saudi Foreign Minister sitting next to Secretary of State Tillerson, turn to him and tell him that working together, they could, “drain the swamp”. That’s going to hurt. The dems were all set to use this trip as the last straw and instead they are seeing a strong President looking good!


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