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Blog posts May 2017

#covfefe - The Power of Trump Fu

Every morning I wake up before 5am Eastern and switch on the TV to watch the early version of ″Fox & Friends″. Aside from enjoying my breakfast with the lovely Heather Childers, I learn what the ′Big News′ item is for the day ahead. The big topic this morning was a Midnight tweet on Twitter by President Donald Trump. The story is that he allegedly misspelled the word ′coverage′ when he wrote ′covfefe′ instead in a tweet about the negative press. As a Shaolin Master Abbott of the Temple of Trump Fu, I saw the true purpose of the use of this word. For starters, coverage has 8 letters while covfefe has only 7. Buddha Trump, once again, demonstrated the power of Trump Fu, as #covfefe became the rage and dominated social media. Even Jimmy Kimmel tweeted his feeling of shame in knowing that he could never equal our great master, Buddha Trump.



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Trump Twitter Storm on Fake News of Jared Kushner

President Donald Trump has taken to Twitter again to lash out at the Fake News Media. This time, President Trump is tweeting about the latest Jared Kushner stories about his alleged role in setting up a Russia ′back channel′. The Washington Post started this one late Friday afternoon after alluding to Kushner being a possible ′person of interest′ in the Russia Probe. The story is that Kushner had met with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak about establishing a ′back channel′ for secret communications with the Kremlin over vital issues like Syria and such. The New York Times, CNN, MSNBC and the rest of the Fake News Media all chimed in with stories about how this proves collusion between Russia and the Trump Transition Team.



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Memorial Day 2017, Saluting Our Fallen Warriors

Happy Memorial Day 2017! I know that many see today as the official start of summer as theme parks open and the BBQ grills are dusted off. Memorial Day is about honoring the men and women who died for our country. The holiday has its roots back to the Civil War. Originally, in 1868, today was known as Decoration Day in the Northern states. A veterans group in Decatur, Illinois started the holiday by decorating the graves of those who died while serving in the Union Army. Usually with wreaths and flowers. In the South, Memorial Day began in 1866 in Columbus, Georgia. For a time, they called it Confederate Memorial Day. Over time, the practice expanded to marking the graves of all who died serving in the military. This is the distinction between Memorial Day and Veterans Day. On Veterans Day, we honor all who served and still serve, whereas on Memorial Day, it is reserved to honor veterans who died.



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Trump Hits Home Run on 1st Trip Overseas

President Donald J. Trump has returned home to the White House after a 9-day, 5-nation trip overseas. The multinational visits, including attending the G7 meeting in Sicily, were very successful. President Trump described the trip as a ″home run″ while addressing our troops stationed in Sicily. Hundreds of billions of dollars worth of trade deals were arranged, which will created plenty of jobs, Jobs, JOBS! He also lowered the boom on those NATO partners whom are not holding up their end of our mutual defense. But, more importantly, President Trump has mended relationships with our allies, especially in the Middle East, who were not happy about Barack Obama appeasing Iran in the nuclear weapon deal.



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ISIS in Egypt Behind Coptic Christian Massacre

The Islamic State, or ISIS, has claimed responsibility for the attack in Egypt on a bus carrying Coptic Christians. At least 28 were killed, including many children. Reports that ten gunmen crossed over the border from Libya to conduct this massacre. Egypt responded quickly, launching an airstrike against a terrorist training camp in Libya. This terrorist attack on Friday was the fourth of the week by ISIS. The other attacks include the Manchester Arena bombing, a battle with government troops in the Philippines and a bombing in Indonesia. For the Coptic Christians in Egypt, this is not the first time that they have been the targets of ISIS.



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Trump Orders Probe into UK Intel Leak

British Prime Minister Theresa May was not happy that UK intelligence on the Manchester bombing shared with American intelligence agencies wound up in the New York Times. Including some rather graphic photographs. President Donald Trump is responding to Theresa May by ordering the Justice Department to have the FBI investigate the source of those leaks. This could be a problem considering the latest story from reporters John Solomon and Sara Carter. Based on recently declassified documents from the office of the Director of National Intelligence, the FBI was a source for leaking ″raw intelligence about Americans to unauthorized third parties.″ The document declassified from the FISA Court includes 10 pages listing hundreds of violations of privacy protection rules by the FBI.


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Greg Gianforte Wins Montana Special Election

Republican candidate Greg Gianforte wins the Montana special election. Gianforte will now fill the House seat in Congress after Ryan Zinke was selected by President Donald Trump to become the new Secretary of the Interior. The Democratic Party candidate, Rob Quist, conceded the race last night. With about 98% of the votes counted, Gianforte won with just over 50%, about 189,000 votes, Quist has about 44% and Libertarian candidate Mark Wicks almost 6%. Greg Gianforte became embroiled in some last minute controversy after ′body slamming′ Ben Jacobs, a reporter for the UK Guardian. Authorities have charged Gianforte with misdemeanor assault, punishable with a $500 fine and up to 6 months in jail.



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FISA Court Rebukes Obama NSA Spying on Americans

A news story from by John Solomon and Sara Carter reports that on October 26, 2016, the NSA′s own FISA Court issued a rebuke against the Obama administration for the illegal spying of American citizens. In 2011, the Barack Obama White House issued new, lax guidelines for the NSA gathering information. This included Internet searches on American citizens whose names were mentioned during intercepts of warranted surveillances. Over the years, the FISA Courts had admonished the NSA and the Obama administration for not properly following Section 702 laws involving the need for ″minimization″ in conducting such probes. The rebuke from October 26, 2016 states that the NSA was ″conducting such queries inviolation of that prohibition, with much greater frequency than had been previously disclosed to the Court.″



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Will Sean Hannity Be Next Booted From Fox News?

The heat is on as an organized effort puts pressure on the Fox News Channel to dump Sean Hannity. MediaMatters and other groups are going after advertisers again, just as they did against Bill O′Reilly. Fox News is also feeling some backlash after retracting a story about the murdered DNC staffer, Seth Rich, which was featured on Hannity′s show. A private investigator walked back claims made earlier about evidence that Rich had been in contact with WikiLeaks just days before his death and 12 days before WikiLeaks began publishing DNC emails. Julian Assange had offered a $20,000 reward for any information as to who killed Seth Rich, leading many to suspect that Rich may have been the source of the leaked DNC emails. Authorities, under the Barack Obama administration at the time, claimed that the DNC was hacked by Russians, who passed the emails along to WikiLeaks. Assange refuses to say who he got the emails from.

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UK Terror Threat Level Raised to Critical

On orders by Prime Minister Theresa May, the UK has raised its terror threat level to ′Critical′, meaning that there is a possibility of an ′Imminent Attack′. The decision was made after a May met with her emergency cabinet, also known as COBRA. This follows the latest news concerning the police investigation into the Manchester Civic Arena bombing. Police have identified the terrorist-bomber as Salman Abedi, a 22 year old native of the UK, born from refugee parents from Libya. Police have taken into custody his older brother along with several others. The picture is shaping up that Abedi may have had assistance in carrying out his attack on the Ariana Grande concert Monday night. He may also have had direct contact with ISIS.



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22 Dead in Manchester Arena Bombing Attack

British authorities confirm that at least 22 people were killed and 59 wounded last night at the Manchester Arena bombing attack. At approximately 10:33pm local time, the Ariana Grande concert at the Manchester Civic Arena was ending. Suddenly, an explosion took place in the arena’s forey area near a ticket window and some concession stands selling souvenirs like t-shirts and posters. Police believe that a lone terrorist was responsible, using some form of an improvised ′nail bomb′. The Islamic State, ISIS, has claimed responsibility, though it is as of yet unclear if the terrorist was a member of any terror cell or network. Most of those attending the concert, as well as many of the victims, 12 were young people, including teenage and preteen girls, one girl as young as 8 years old. Adults were also in the area of the bomb blast, including parents and grandparents to pick up family members attending the concert.



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President Donald Trump Visits Israel

President Donald J. Trump arrived in Israel today, the second nation to visit during his first overseas trip. This was a first for a U.S. President, as well as a first for a President to fly directly from Saudi Arabia to Israel. He and First Lady Melania Trump were met with much fanfare in Tel Aviv by Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and their wives. President Trump also became the first sitting U.S. President to visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem. After a highly successful visit to Saudi Arabia, we expect nothing else but a repeat in Israel.



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President Donald Trump Wins Big in Saudi Arabia

President Donald Trump arrived on Saturday in Saudi Arabia, beginning a 9-day, 5-nation overseas trip. Greeted by the King and Crown Prince on the tarmac at a red carpet ceremony, President Trump and his team began a series of successful moves to restore our relationship with the Saudis, as well as with the region as a whole. An arms deal for some $110 Billion dollars worth of military hardware was signed, as well as a broader economic deal involving some $350 Billion dollars worth of future trade. Today, President Trump delivered an address to a gathering of the leaders of 50 Muslim nations, calling on greater cooperation ″stamping out extremism″.

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Harvard Study Proves Media Bias, Hatred of Trump

The Shorenstein Center, part of Harvard′s Kennedy School, compiled a study of media coverage of the first 100 days of President Donald J. Trump. The numbers were overwhelming negative, and the coverage itself was some three times more than any other president′s first 100 days. Some 41% of all news was focused on Trump. CNN and NBC News came in at 93% negative story lines. I am guessing that the NBC numbers may include MSNBC, which must be in the upper 90% range. CBS came in at 91%, the New York Times at 87%, the Washington Post at 83%, the Wall Street Journal at 70%. Fox News came in about the most balanced with only 52% negative coverage. Overseas was not much better with the BBC at 74% negative coverage, the Financial Times at 84% and the German ARD at a whopping 98% negative coverage!


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Bob Beckel Fired From Fox News

The Fox News Channel fired Bob Beckel for alleged racial remarks told to an African-American IT technician. The former co-host of ″The Five″ has been in hot water before for his big mouth. This time, it was off-camera. According to allegations made by the IT tech, Beckel proclaimed that he was leaving his office because there was a Black man in it. The tech was servicing Beckel′s computer at the time. The excuse that Beckel was just trying to be funny, joking around, did not work this time. FNC is dealing with multiple lawsuits stemming from being a hostile workplace from many female and Black employees. Roger Ailes, who just died two days ago, as well as Bill O′Reilly, were fired from Fox News for sexual harassment allegations filed against them.


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