Shifra on July 14, 2017
Dan Rather is the King of Fake News, having been caught reporting on a fake document about George W. Bush in 2004. It’s beyond laughable that MSNBC would have him discuss the “ethics” of the ‘Don Jr. Russian Soap Opera Drama.’ Via NewsBusters. In MSNBC’s search for a spokesman of sacrosanct ethics and patriotism, they turned to an unlikely source: Dan Rather. The fake news forefather joined Chris Hayes on his Tuesday All In program, opining that lying by Trump Jr. and other Trump officials raised “a real ethical question” about their character. Moreover, he argued, it lead to very real questions about their “patriotism”:…. A certain amount of charity ought to be given to those attempting to earnestly atone...
Shifra on July 9, 2017
Just when you thought CNN could not possibly make bigger fools of themselves. Via Federalist. CNN’s international diplomatic editor Nic Robertson told viewers Wednesday that German Chancellor Angela Merkel is holding the G20 summit in Hamburg instead of a more remote location to humiliate Trump. However, the G20 site was selected more than a year ago, when all bets had Hillary Clinton winning the presidential election. On June 10, 2016, the Associated Press reported: The German government says it will host a summit of the Group of 20 major world economic powers in Hamburg on July 7 and 8 next year. The government said Friday that the meeting will likely be held at the northern port city’s congress center. The...
Shifra on June 26, 2017
Yet another example from the WaPo Fake News Paper, or, as Tammy calls it, “Jeff Bezos’ Blog” Via Breitbart. The establishment media became upset this weekend after President Donald Trump canceled the “White House Muslim Iftar Dinner tradition started by Thomas Jefferson.” But the media is wrong in every respect. Thomas Jefferson never held any Iftar dinner and only three out of 45 presidents ever hosted one, so there is no such “tradition” to cancel…. The often-used claim that Thomas Jefferson held the first Iftar dinner at the White House was trotted out by the Post’s Wang. She recounted the time when the diplomatic envoy from the Bey of Tunis, Sidi Soliman Melli Melli, visited Washington during Ramadan in 1805....