Rush Reveals Sinister Reason He Thinks The Media Is Hyping This GOP Candidate

Rush Limbaugh recently advanced the reason he believes that the media are “hyping” Carly Fiorina.

A caller to Rush Limbaugh’s program on Friday stated that the media is hiding the dirt on Carly Fiorina. They claimed that Fiorina is a “political insider” and that she will do “anything she can to get ahead.”

Limbaugh explained the reason he believes the media is “hyping” Fiorina: they want to get rid of Trump. Furthermore, he said: “This is the mistake people are making. It’s not that they like Fiorina. They never liked McCain. They just made him think they did and everybody else. They don’t like any Republican.”

Limbaugh stated that this was “not hard to see” saying, “The woman came out against abortion! They are never going to support this woman…They love what supporting her now might enable them to accomplish, and that is get rid of a Republican who can win.”

Limbaugh added: “Do not mistake this. Look, this is very, very important for everybody to understand. And the reason it’s very, very important is this is how they choose our nominees for us. This is how they choose our candidates for us, by making us think they like them.”

Is Limbaugh correct? Is the media hype over Fiorina simply a ploy to make sure Trump doesn’t win the nomination?


Megyn Kelly Exposes Liberal Media Double Standard Regarding ‘Black Lives Matter’

The ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement and its anti-cop rhetoric has come under serious fire recently, as the body count for police officers continues to grow across America.

Protesters: Pigs in a blanket! Fry ‘em like bacon! Pigs in a blanket! Fry ‘em like bacon!

Black Panther Leader: Oink, oink!

Militia: Bang, bang!

Black Panther Leader: Oink, oink!

Militia: Bang, bang!

Black Panther Leader: Oink, oink!

Militia: Bang, bang!

Fox News’ Megyn Kelly called out the media by showing clips of its blatant double standard in how it reported on the “dangerous” Tea Party movement in 2011 versus how they report on the ‘Black Lives Matter’ movement now.

Durbin: But it shouldn’t be acceptable rhetoric. We shouldn’t invite it on the radio talkshows or the TV, at least without comment. We ought to say, ‘That just goes too far.’

Schultz: I’m proud of the young people who have been pushing that “Black Lives Matter” movement. We brought the Confederate Flag down. We’ve made sure…

Crowd: [Cheers]

Schultz: …that symbols of hate, symbols of hate are unacceptable in America.

Kelly: Suddenly, the actions of a few do not apply to the many. Why the double standard?

With the liberal media, the Democratic Party and President Obama himself not denouncing the movement, some, like former Marine Michael Whaley and Milwaukee Country Sheriff David Clarke, have condemned it.

Clarke: This whole movement, Black Lies, I’ve renamed it, L-I-E-S because it’s based on a lie – the “Hands Up Don’t Shoot.” That’s why I said this slime needs to be eradicated from American society and American culture.

Whaley: Like this Black Lives Matter Movement, ya’ll have to stop because ya’ll promoting racism. Ya’ll only teaching black people to hate white people and they encouraging black people to throw their lives down a drain? By taking away someone else’s life?

Megyn Kelly’s guest, Richard Fowler, who is a liberal contributor to the network, refused to acknowledge the idea that the movement is racist, is violent and encourages the killing of cops.

Fowler: They will tell you they’re a non-violent movement. That all they want to do is end the disparities.

Kelly: Why were they chanting ‘pigs in a blanket?’

Pavlich: Right.

Fowler: I won’t. You’re sure right. I will not condemn them. I will not condemn people who are saying.. police, that unarmed black men should be shot by police. I will not condemn anyone who is against that.

Pavlich: Protesters who want, who want, who want police, Richard! Richard! You refuse to condemn ‘Black Lives Matter’ who want officers to be executed in their police vehicle. That is what, that is what you are promoting tonight!

Kelly: Richard!

Fowler: You can’t, there’s no clear connection, there’s no evidence…

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Straight Outta Whitewash

My Instagram and Facebook feeds have been filled with unwitting apologists for racism against Korean-American small-business owners.

Heckuva job, Hollywood!

Here’s how the poison is spreading. A savvy marketing team at Universal/Comcast Corp. developed a web toy that allows social media fans to customize the theatrical poster logo for the media giant’s new biopic, “Straight Outta Compton.” Hundreds of thousands of clueless users have uploaded photos of themselves and substituted “Compton” with the names of their hometowns.

Jennifer Lopez, Serena Williams, LeBron James, and Ed Sheeran are among the celebrities who helped make the meme go viral. Youth vote-pandering GOP Florida Sen. Marco Rubio jumped on the cultural bandwagon, too, with two obsequious messages on Twitter featuring the hashtag “#straightouttacompton.” It’s a publicity coup for rappers-turned-multimedia moguls Dr. Dre (Andre Young) and Ice Cube (O’Shea Jackson) as they pimp the movie — named after their breakthrough 1988 album — glorifying the rise of their band N.W.A. (Niggaz Wit Attitudes) and the hardcore gangsta rap genre.

“Straight Outta Compton’s” cop-bashing, thug-promoting songs — most notably “F-k the Police” — vaulted Young and Jackson into the entertainment stratosphere. Young is a near-billionaire after becoming a producer, promoter, and maker of overpriced headphones (the company was bought by Apple for $3 billion last year). Jackson embarked on a successful career as a solo rapper, mainstream actor, and comedian.

Their hagiographic movie omits Young’s history of assaults on women and completely whitewashes Jackson’s incendiary attacks on Korean storeowners in South Central Los Angeles.

Shortly before the 1992 L.A. riots, Jackson had penned the hate-filled song “Black Korea” for his best-selling platinum solo album, Death Certificate. He seethed against law-abiding immigrant entrepreneurs in his ‘hood and threated to burn their stores “right down to a crisp”:

Every time I want to go get a f–king brew

I gotta go down to the store with the two

Oriental one-penny-counting mother–kers;

They make a nigger mad enough to cause a little ruckus.

Thinking every brother in the world’s out to take,

So they watch every damn move that I make.

They hope I don’t pull out a Gat, try to rob

Their funky little store, but, b-tch, I got a job.

So don’t follow me up and down your market

Or your little chop suey ass will be a target

Of a nationwide boycott.

Juice with the people, that’s what the boy got.

So pay respect to the black fist

Or we’ll burn your store right down to a crisp.

And then we’ll see ya…

‘Cause you can’t turn the ghetto into black Korea.

The song was supposedly inspired by the shooting death of 15-year-old Latasha Harlins, who was black, by Korean store owner Soon Ja Du. The two had fought over a bottle of orange juice. The shopkeeper’s store had been robbed multiple times. Du was convicted of voluntary manslaughter, but had her sentence reduced to probation based on extenuating circumstances; her store — like dozens and dozens in Koreatown — was burned down to the ground during the 1992 riots. Korean-American merchants were forced to arm themselves and defend their property after being abandoned by police. Many observers in both the Korean-American and black communities in L.A. cited “Black Korea” (not just the Rodney King verdict) as an inspirational spark for the conflagration that caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damage.

Fast-forward to Baltimore and Ferguson, where rioters followed in these bigoted footsteps and targeted non-black-owned stores. Instead of condemning their actions, The New York Times celebrated the efforts of Crips, Bloods, and Black Guerilla Family gangsters who “stood in front of black-owned stores to protect them from looting or vandalism. He said they had made sure no black children, or reporters, were hit by rioters.”

Instead, they “pointed them toward Chinese- and Arab-owned stores.”

See no Asian-bashing evil in the inner city. Hear no Asian-bashing evil in the inner city. Speak no Asian-bashing evil in the inner city.

Ice Cube hasn’t ever had to answer for his violence-stoking bigotry. And apparently neither will the media and Hollywood co-conspirators who perpetuate it.


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Welcome To Oz: Decoding The Republican Primary Debate

The recent Republican primary debate, which was actually not a debate but more of a Q&A, evidences problems similar to those Dorothy faced in The Wizard of Oz.

For the third consecutive presidential election, the GOP has proven it can divide and conquer itself without anyone else’s help. The Republican Party cannot define itself and has lost trust and support from most conservatives. Painfully obvious attacks by Establishment Republicans on conservatives only further implodes a fragmented party unprepared to combat the Democratic war chest built by corporate donors and Hillary Clinton’s fine-tuned strategy and likely umpteenth avoidance of prison.

What most observers have known for a while is that Fox News supports the already chosen establishment candidate, Jeb Bush. Its executives have purposefully excluded Senators Rand Paul and Ted Cruz (who challenged its debate standards) from poll coverage. Megyn Kelly followed orders to attack Donald Trump, unsurprisingly creating a social media backlash. Kelly asked Trump some of the stupidest questions ever asked by anyone of any candidate ever.

Yet, her hubris and delusion became more apparent by her suggestions that Ted Cruz “get out of the race,” and that no candidate could become president without “getting through her first.”

The establishment’s choice explains why no moderator pressed Jeb Bush about his either deceitful or incompetent response about his connection to Planned Parenthood, or his family’s generational connections to the organization he supported before he opposed, before or after he “misspoke” about women’s health issues. (Depending on the day, it’s unclear what issue Bush has evolved on, including marriage.)

Politics aside, the debate caused more Americans to realize, as Dorothy did when she realized that she wasn’t in Kansas anymore, that few in the media report news anymore.

This is primarily because only six (6) corporations own 90 percent of the media in America (CBS Corporation, Comcast, Disney, News Corp., Time Warner, and Viacom). Of the roughly 1,500 newspapers, 1,000 magazines, 9,000 radio stations, 1,500 television stations, and 2,400 publishers left in America, six corporations–led by fewer than 275 executives–control what is “news.”

That’s fewer than 275 people controlling and censoring 90 percent of what Americans hear, read, or view. Comparably, that’s one media executive controlling what an entire audience the size of San Francisco hears, views, or reads as “news.”

And the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has enabled these monopolies to consolidate power and profits. Under President Bill Clinton, the 1996 Telecommunications Act significantly lifted previous regulatory constraints. By 2010, those six companies’ revenues exceeded $275 billion—36 billion times more than the country of Finland’s 2010 GDP.

By 2011, the FCC had eliminated even more regulations, including the Fairness Doctrine, which enabled broadcasters to provide even less “balanced” coverage of issues. It also enabled them to increase the number of commercial advertisements aired per hour, amassing even more wealth and consolidation of power.

As monopolies carved up their territories, journalism began to evaporate. Of the few reporters left, most are limited in their efforts to investigate and report facts. For example, if reporters had investigated the Benghazi attack, they would have uncovered and reported basic facts:

  • Benghazi was a “failed” CIA weapons smuggling operation designed to steal and transport weapons from Libya to Syria;
  • The CIA used these weapons to arm and train the alleged “junior league” “Syrian rebels” to overthrow Syrian president Bashar al-Assad;
  • These rebels became ISIS, now using American money, ammunition, machinery, and even brand new Toyota trucks, to commit widespread genocide of Christians;
  • Saudi Arabia, Turkey, and Qatar all wanted Assad deposed. America did its bidding, initiating a regional proxy war by using a loophole in a 1970 law to authorize the CIA’s operation;
  • The only problem is that Americans died, potentially exposing what the government wanted to remain hidden.

As a result, nearly all news organizations spewed out the same propaganda: violence in Libya was caused by a video, “The Innocence of Muslims.” Yet common sense should have demanded that basic questions be asked and answered:

  • How could any Libyan understand a video in English that most did not even have access to view?
  • Even if they had known some English, it’s doubtful they could have understood who the characters were or the actors’ epic failed attempts at satire or comedy. (That was even lost on westerners. In fact, the video is so bad that no rational person could label it as “acting” by any standard.)

Had the media reported on this, perhaps there would have been Congressional hearings like those of Watergate or Iran Contra. Many government officials should have gone to jail. Yet the person largely responsible for this, Hillary Clinton, received a “Liberty Medal” from Jeb Bush on the eve of the Benghazi anniversary—which no moderator even touched. Nor did they ask why he and Hillary Clinton receive millions of dollars from the same ultra-rich mega donors.

Nor did they ask the common sense question: why would the American government send billions of dollars to Iran, a country that has openly expressed its intent to destroy America? Isn’t aiding and abetting America’s enemy treason?

Treason used to be taken seriously. But then again, so did the media.

Few news organizations, if any, are reporting on where Iran first got its nuclear technology–Eisenhower’s “Atoms for Peace” program–or that the CIA overthrew Iran’s democratically elected republic in 1953. That is partially because Iran is inextricably linked to one of the six media corporations–Disney, which owns ABC News.

In 1979, at the behest of the government, ABC News ran a temporary program, “America Held Hostage,” to “keep Americans informed” about the Iranian hostage crisis. This nightly news program eventually became “Nightline.” Yet, did “Nightline” ever report that the Iranian revolution was an attempt to oust the brutal dictator the CIA had put in power?

Iran is also linked to Fox News, whose second largest shareholder is billionaire Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal. His Kingdom Holding Co. owns 6.6% of News Corp.’s (one of the six major corporations) entertainment company, 21st Century Fox, which includes Fox Searchlight, the Fox broadcasting network, and Fox News. The Saudis have been closely connected to the Bushes for nearly 100 years, and have a vested interest in the struggle against Shiite Muslims (Iran) and American foreign policy.

Yet, fewer than 275 people censor these facts.

What became more obvious to more people after watching the debate is that “news coverage” differs vastly from reality. And, more Americans are confronting, like Dorothy, the man behind the curtain frantically pulling levers and pushing buttons, beaming false information from “the wizard” on a screen while also telling her to “Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!”

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Glenn Beck Just Unloaded On Liberal Media In EPIC Rant: ‘YOU COWER IN FEAR!’

Glenn Beck kept it simple. When Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan issued a call for violence, the media muted any outrage it might have felt. He did not.

Farrakhan last week called for black Americans to “rise up” and “kill those who kill us” if the federal government fails to “intercede in our affairs.”

“Stalk them and kill them and let them feel the pain of death that we are feeling,” Farrakhan added in a video posted online.

Beck played the audio on his show last Wednesday before exploding at the media for their silence on the statement.

“How is this guy walking around still today? Seriously, I want to know. How is he — where is the media! Where is the media?” he shouted. “He is calling for the execution of Americans! Where are you? You are nowhere! Why? Because it is about Islam! And you are too much of a wuss to say the truth!”

“You cower in fear,” the radio host then erupted.

Beck contrasted the media outrage that was created when Sarah Palin’s PAC put crosshairs over political races it was targeting with the silence that followed Farrakhan’s most recent statement.

“He is calling, not couching it, he is openly calling for the slaughter of Americans!” Beck added.

“I just can’t take it! I just can’t take the hypocrisy! You’re all about the freakin’ lion in Zimbabwe and you don’t care about the abortion mills. I can’t take it anymore,” he continued. “I can’t take it. I can’t take it. I am not sitting down anymore.”

h/t: The Blaze

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