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anonymous:
Dumb fucking Gruber is still obsessed with Trump.

Go back to sucking BBC Gruber... you waste of human life.
9:11 pm — Monday, 26 June 2017
anonymous:
Still a fraction of the size of the New York Times' lies.

Or Obama's.

Or Bush's.

Or Clinton's.
11:33 pm — Monday, 26 June 2017
Not Anonymous:
Regardless of what one thinks about Trump, this simply isn't a "copiously documented" list.

Read through the list, and very few entries are "lies" as such. The same essential claim is used repeatedly to juice the numbers. Many assertions by the Times are outright false. There IS evidence of paid protesters. There IS evidence of substantial voting by non-citizens (regardless of legal status) in US elections. China HAS NOT stopped manipulating its currency. Trump WAS opposed to the Iraq War. The US IS one of the highest tax countries in the world.

This is not the way to oppose Trump. Organizations like the New York Times, are damaging the essential role of the a free and fair press in a democracy.

Trump will never be the boogeyman the media is painting him as. And as the public sees this, their distrust and disdain of the media grows. This is how Teresa May lost her majority.

At this point, the New York Times is no better than Fox News. They are the public relations firm of the neoliberal and progressive wings of the Democratic Party, engaged in all-out war on President Trump and an internecine struggle against the JFK-infused heart of their party.
11:46 pm — Monday, 26 June 2017
Trumplethinskin:
>Still a fraction of the size of the New York Times' lies.

>Or Obama's.

>Or Bush's.

>Or Clinton's.

We are all eagerly awaiting proof of this.
12:35 am — Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Make peace, not liberals:
Hey, the New York times is partially owned by a Mexican billionaire. I'm sure that doesn't skew the coverage, though, because Democrats are immune to the effects of money.
4:03 am — Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Trumplethinskin:
Hey, Fox News is partially owned by a Saudi prince. I'm sure that doesn't skew the coverage, though, because Republicans are immune to the effects of mon... heh heh. Sorry, I can't finish that last bit. Everyone knows Republicans can be bought cheap.
1:13 pm — Tuesday, 27 June 2017
anonymous:
Prince Al-Waleed owns a 6% stake in News Corp, the parent of Fox News.

Carlos Slim owns 16% of the New York Times. But personally lent the Sulzbergers, who own most of the class B shares, over $250 million.

Fox News criticizes Saudi Arabia.

The New York Times switched their editorial position to one of pro-amnesty, pro-open borders after Slim's purchase and loan.
9:02 pm — Tuesday, 27 June 2017
Trumplethinskin:
Saudis love Fox News. Saudis love Trump. Trump loves Fox News. Trump hates muslms, unless they are Saudis and others that he does business with. Fox News wishes it was an actual person so it could literally suck on Donald Trump's cock. Trumptards are puppets who have been brainwashed into thinking Fox News is fair and balanced. I'm sure none of this has any effect on coverage though.
1:57 pm — Wednesday, 28 June 2017
anonymous:
The same Saudis that Obama bowed to the waist before?

No understanding of geopolitics, media bias, realpolitik, the nature of Trump's peasant revolt, the petrodollar or Democratic anti-Americianism.

Just another useful idiot of the left.

Is Saudi Arabia the fallback now that the Russian fairy tale is falling apart?
6:07 pm — Wednesday, 28 June 2017
anonymous:
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3:25 am — Thursday, 29 June 2017
Grimlock:
This whole site has become one very bad joke.
3:05 pm — Thursday, 29 June 2017
Sauron:
>The same Saudis that Obama bowed to the waist before?

He was being polite.

>No understanding of geopolitics, media bias, realpolitik...

And Trump does> HAH!

>...the nature of Trump's peasant revolt...

Ah yes, un/under-educated peasants totally know what's best for the country; have a keen grasp on geopolitics; and are completely immune to the hynotoad antics of Faux News.

>...the petrodollar...

Um, whut?

>...or Democratic anti-Americianism.

I hereby challenge you to define WTF this even means, exactly. What is "Americanism" and what makes you think Democrats are un-American when that party represents more of the ethnic, racial, gender, and economic diversity of America than the Republican party does?
3:33 pm — Thursday, 29 June 2017
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