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The Pardu
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Showing posts with label Ana Navarro. Show all posts
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Monday, April 30, 2018

Trumpism: A Strategy Regarding Trump Lying (Ignore it?)










CNN will on occasion flash a segment with a known Trumpite: Matt Schlapp. For years I assumed Schlapp was or is a paid contributor as he fits the CNN broadcast model like a tight tee shirt. A contributor from the Left; a contributor from the Right...two minutes of overripe partisan comments with an occasional infusion from a host.  

Schlapp a few other Right wig talking heads ake for intriguing and simultaneous disgust dialog with pure devotion to anything Trump. The CNN right-wingers are intelligent people; they are not mildness red cap wearing placard waving Trump heads. They earn handsomely while receiving a paycheck from CNN while spewing daily talking points for the White House

Talking Points is a strategic tool the GOP has honed into a fine-tuned communications and propaganda weapon. Schlapp is one of the very best at wrinkling his brow and delivering the points like a real trooper.  Today the White House strategy took an interesting, telling and shameful turn. Schlapp actually mentioned media shouldn't call out Trump for his daily lies.  Watch (two minutes).



Schlapp would have the nation ignore the reality of a president whose first thought is to tell a lie It is mentally and physically impossible to avoid consideration of the person as a pathological liar when the number of lies reaches a point of 84% untrue (in some degree). He would suggest that media overlook the most serious of Trump's character traits: the lie.

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There was a time in America.

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Would Schlapp have it as did Joseph Goebbels and Hitler in the mid-1920s? Schlapp is crtianly not a fire breathing Nazi, but his message is without question outsdie the relam of democracy and a free press.

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Does the White House actually believe a major of Americans will join Trump's millions via fully supporting any and all utterances from Trump's brain and mouth? Is it possible Trump's propaganda cadre believes the media (press) is in total their national Sinclair Broadcasting/Fox News?

Examples of Trump's utterances during his Michigan rally were capture by Chris Cillizza and published on CNN Politics. Linked here.

If you have a few more minutes watch a CNN segment with another well known Trumpite Jason Miller. The early morning segment relates to the weekend White Huse Correspondent's Dinner and the Rights chagrin for jokes and roasting against Trump staffers. The final minutes of the nine-minute segment is key.


As I finished the Navarro/Miller CNN segment I found myself re-reading the Joseph Goebbels quotes. 
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Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Sexual Predation Takes A Back Seat To TOP 20 Percent Income Earners Tax Cuts



The current news surrounding everyone's sexual harassment and their respective (yet tragic) victims will eventually prove good for the nation. Of course, the abuse is worldwide and we are only just beginning to see its pervasive reach and scope.

While cases of harassment have occasionally sprinkled across our news, Donald Trump's involuntary admission of abuse not only is the current catalyst, it is a fact known before his election. Apparently, most Americans didn't give a damn about trump's date vagina grabbing and inclination to kiss "um" as of a serial kisser.  It all passed into US History without anticipation of what was to come. Since the election of a totally unhinged occupant of the White House and despite white and non-voters electing Trump, we have tsunami-like accusations of similar abuse. In two cases, Roy Moore and Kevin Spacey, public accusation involving past abuse of minors. 

Earlier today the Washington Post published a piece with the following video.  

Donald Trump 
“Women are very special. I think it’s a very special time, a lot of things are coming out and I think that’s good for our society and I think it’s very, very good for women and I’m very happy a lot of these things are coming out. I’m very happy it’s being exposed.”
— President Trump, remarks to reporters, Nov. 21, 2017

As of this week, the Trump cabal has turned a different face on the accusations against Roy Moore. It seems the importance of a vote for the nation's wealth far exceeds past false aura of GOP moral values.

Trump has now gone public with off-handed support for Roy Moore, while his presstitutes and surrogates carry the flag of full support.
While many non-elected Republican officials are speaking out against reports of Roy Moore's alleged sexual predation, earlier today a CNN segment capsulized the Republican spectrum of sentiment.  
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Wednesday, August 5, 2015

More Racism From the Trump Arena (Pundits Launches Racially Charged Comments)






During the 2012 presidential campaign, Mitt Romney apparently hired a few advisers campaigns managers who felt playing the race card in England, on CNN and Fox News would incite white people to vote for their candidate. The racism exhibited by the advisers became items of scorn by English press and literally cast a negative light on those who appeared on US new casts. 

It is unfortunate, Donald Trump opened his quest for the GOP nomination via playing a deep race card against Latinos and the country of Mexico. He accurately drew from his success as the nation's number one 'birther' and energized an army of fellow bigots and racist who cling to Trump as a form of white nationalist spokesperson.   

As campaigns go, what is the best way to maintain and, or capture more interest? Answer: Unleash even more racially charged mouthpiece pundits via social media. The latest example of a Trump barrage with a racist warhead is posted via Mediaite below.

Stone is a pundit and probably not employed by Trump (at this time). Yet, his comments are revealing. What is it about the Trump arena that has one of its circus three tings labelled "racially intolerant." Stone's remarks are over the top racist. He reaches to slap at the Latino conservative pundit (Navarro) via use of his issues with national media employing black contracted contributors. "Quota Hire" regarding Ronald Martin, formerly of CNN, is wrought with white privilege and over flowing with racism. The remarks seem to indicate, a major news network will only hire an African-American or Latina contributor to satisfy a quota. Think for a moment, is it an offense to white America that a network will seek a segment perspective from a person who is of color? Martin more often than not contributed opinion regarding politics with far fewer comments related to issues of race. Is there a sentiment that media should not hire people of color?

We know and recognize conservative America once brandished the term "Quota" as integral to its southern strategy politicking. We also recognize the "dog whistle" phrase energizes readers or listeners inclined to share "whites only" views.  A relevant question is, what sort of America would we have if people close to the President of the United States harbor such views? Let's not forget Trump gave a "you're fired" to a campaign staffer last week. 


Campaign team members and associated staff become White House Staff!


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Roland Martin Fires Back At Trump Adviser Who Called Him a ‘Quota Hire’



Political pundit Roger Stone is a longtime supporter of Donald Trump, and frequently appears on TV to defend his controversies and push his platforms. On July 28, Stone tweeted that political contributorAna Navarro and NewsOne Now host Roland Martin were only hired by CNN in order to fulfill “quotas”:
Ana Navarro the dumbest person on TV since CNN fired moron @rolandmartin - both quota hires
So called political analyst Anna Navarro is literally a moron. ?
(Navarro is still with CNN, Martin left in 2013.)
When Martin found out about this on Tuesday, he took to Twitter and unloaded in an extensive rant against Stone:
I laugh at despicable people like @RogerJStoneJr. They think calling me & @ananavarro a racial quota hire causes pain. I LAUGH at him.
Sorry @RogerJStoneJr. I have self-esteem. I know my worth. I know my value. Punks like you can’t reduce my 24-year career to quotas.
As Martin went on he started to bring in outside references. First, he compared Stone to Sam Nunberg, a former Trump campaign adviser who was after being connected to racist Facebook posts. Martin expressed his thoughts that it won’t take long for Stone’s remarks to be recognized as racist, and that he will soon be fired as well:

So @realDonaldTrump has already fired one racist campaign aide this week. He needs to now fire despicable @RogerJStoneJr.
Martin then compared the situation to the film Django Unchained, aligning himself with the titular protagonist who struggles to get the better of a ruthless slave owner:
.@RogerJStoneJr, I’m that Black guy who isn’t afraid of punks like you. You’re Mr. Candy. I’m Django. I’m a free Black man. Deal with it!
Finally, Martin pointed to Brad Nagel, another Trump aide who came under scrutiny today for connections to posts that described President Obama as a Nazi and that his supporters were his zombified drones.
ANOTHER racist working for @realDonaldTrump busted! Trump Staffer Caught Sharing Racist Memes on Facebook... http://fb.me/28HC8uQKp 
Navarro has yet to respond to Stone’s comments.
[h/t Media Matters]
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