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Friday, November 11, 2016

USA / UK's Biggest Immediate Concern -- A Controlled Main Street Media Continually Spewing Propaganda

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It should be obvious, the media has shown it's hand very clearly, they no longer even pretend to report facts, maybe with an opinion or interpretation, and then let the viewer decide.  

Now they simply promote propaganda, the lies of the "ruling" super rich, those that also own the media

Reports of racist graffiti, hate crimes in Trump's America

Updated 8:10 AM ET, Fri November 11, 2016
(CNN)Fears of heightened bigotry and hate crimes have turned into reality for some Americans after Donald Trump's presidential win.
Racist, pro-Trump graffiti painted inside a high school. A hijab-wearing college student robbed by men talking about Trump and Muslims.

This is on CNN Friday morning, a full day after the hijab wearing student admitted that she completely made up the story about being robbed.    Yet CNN still promotes the lie.

And the bigotry and hate crimes are being conducted by the Hillary supporters.   Just like Hillary paid people to create violence at Trump rallies.

At this link, you can purportedly contact on of the authors of that article.   So I tried to send her a message.   Funny how the message box is so small, you can only see 2 lines of your message.   So I copied it and pasted into Word, here it is.

 And this one from the predictable Wall Street Journal

One Factor in Hillary Clinton’s Defeat: Lack of Support From Some Women Voters

stock here---The immediate implication of this statement is that "some women" are to blame because they should have supported Clinton, because she was a female, and that "glass ceiling" needed to be broken.    

They go further, implying that dumb white women are what cost Clinton the election.

Did lack of support from less educated white women cost Hillary Clinton the election? WSJ’s Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer. Photo: AP

One commenter nailed it in my view

Jason Chimienti

"“There are women, especially older blue-collar women, who are skeptical about women’s political leadership,” Ms. Greenberg said. “We still live in a sexist country.”"

Vote for a woman otherwise you're a sexist.  What is it with liberals and the race- and sexist-baiting?  I guess if you can't win on the issues, it's always better to tar and feather your opponent.
Karen Session

@Jason Chimienti

"Vote for a woman otherwise you're a sexist.  What is it with liberals and the race- and sexist-baiting? "

Exactly... They still don't understand how that attitude turned off voters!!!
stock here-- what is amazing is that after spending (wasting?) weeks pouring over various websites and reading comments, that even in the comment sections of obviously liberal / powers that be "news sources" that the comments are overwhelmingly Anti-Hillary, with many excellent Anti-Hillary arguments made.      

Conversely, the Pro-Hillary crowd that comments rarely has any argument but often plays the racist card, the sexist card, the misogynist card.    I copied the full comment section below, review it, it is very telling.

There are 90 comments.


In my tragically left wing county, overflowing with women who vote based on gender alone, I've spent the last 2 days lurking around in gatherings, listening to their ridiculous outrage.  But I've discovered that there are a few women who didn't support Clinton, who hang back from the whining conversation. When I ask, in a bright smiling voice "How are YOU today?" and get the reply of "I'm FINE", I know I've found a sane person.  It's sort of like a secret handshake.
Gregory Waters

Wait a second...seriously?  "We still live in a sexist society"? Half of the people in America just voted for a female candidate, and that makes it a sexist society? Okay.... Sexist is when you are saying you're voting for someone JUST BECAUSE they are of one gender or the other. I didn't hear a single person say they were voting for Trump because he is a man. At the same time, a very large bloc of Clinton's female votes came from people voting for her based on being female. It's idiotic to vote for anyone based on gender, race or sex. Period.
Ryan Woods

"...and white women without college degrees broke even more heavily for the Republican nominee..."

The separation of polling results by college degree and no college degree has come to mean educated/intelligent versus not.  Perhaps the real meaning is those without college education were not further indoctrinated by the liberal institutions of "higher learning".

As long as the D side of the aisle continues to treat no college education as uneducated/dumb, I hope they continue to lose ground.

Education has come to mean the ability to read and regurgitate the opinions and conclusions of others.  This is not intelligence.

Readers, this article epitomizes the new face of the WSJ.  It is joining the political ranks with Pravda on the Hudson.

“There are women, especially older blue-collar women, who are skeptical about women’s political leadership,” Ms. Greenberg said. “We still live in a sexist country.”

Right, as if as "blue collar" married woman with no college degree, there is NO OTHER POSSIBLE REASON you were motivated to vote against Billary, Inc. other than you "were skeptical about women's political leadership".  That's pure B.S.

The media just cannot believe that the policies Billary, Inc. favored was any major reason for the votes of women who did not vote for Billary, Inc.  They must find some gender, race, or "uneducated" reason to explain the vote, because they cannot comprehend why "women", no matter what they think, would not vote for Billary, Inc.

Ryan Woods

@TOM PAINTER “There are women, especially older blue-collar women, who are skeptical about women’s political leadership,” Ms. Greenberg said. “We still live in a sexist country.”

Right on.  Elitism.  Add it to the list of "isms".  The theme continues to be those voting DT, despite there being so many, did so because of their ignorance or stupidity.

Restated, the quote boils down to older women without a college education aren't smart enough or worldly enough to imagine a female president.
Paul Iverson

It came down to this: Electing a strong person although that person may be politically incorrect is far better than electing a proven criminal.  Any woman that voted for Hillary because she is a woman it uneducated and closed minded to the facts.  Everyone that votes should not care about race, creed or gender, it's what they believe and how they will lead that matters.  That is why we elected President elect Trump!
Barb Iverson
gardner morris

I found this article sexist!..Just because a woman does not have a college degree does not make her automatically stupid Ms. Adamy....Elitism at its worst in the WSJ!


@gardner morris You are so right! Get over yourself Ms. Greenberg. That women were more concerned with character and policy is a good thing.  It means they think beyond victim group identity.  Is she suggesting women should just be ignorant dummies who vote based on gender?

Bottom line, the Democrats were duped by the Clinton machine into nominating an un-electable, unpopular, corrupt and dishonest woman that could not even defeat the Donald.  A woman in the WH would be most welcome for me, but she wouldn't not be on my list for any reason.  The Democratic party was proven to be corrupt, and collaborating with the lamestream media, thanks to wikileaks, and they screwed Bernie, which was a big mistake. If the Republicans take advantage of owning congress and the WH properly, the voters of this country will find out how bad the Democrats are for this country and the next mid-term election will end a few more democratic careers.  She will now enjoy her millions, thanks to a very healthy slush fund.  

TK Wallace

@WILLIAM ROYCE I would have GLADLY voted for a BLACK FEMALE named Condoleezza Rice. Ever want to read a GREAT book, read her autobiography. Her mom and dad would have made GREAT neighbors!
TK Wallace

Here are some simple facts:

1. Like her husband, Hillary Clinton did NOT win a majority of the votes. Third party candidates once again assured that would not be true.
2. She had slightly more popular votes than Donald Trump - but her 7 million vote majority in JUST SEVEN STATES was matched by HIS 7 million vote majority in the other 43 - WHY she lost the electoral college so widely.
3. Of her 50+ million votes, FULLY 38%, 19.3 million came from those SAME 7 states. 14% of the states gave her 38% of her votes.

This is WHY we have the electoral college - so that a SMALL number of states do NOT rule the whole country.

James Savage

@TK Wallace Not just a small number of states, but a small number of localities.  In a popular vote, all a candidate would need to do is buy off the biggest cities.  With Trump winning <5%of the vote in some parts of NYC, its pretty clear that there's no real diversity of thought there.

Hillary put all her eggs in the left coast and right coast's major metropolitan areas because that where the Dems have built their voter base through dependency!  Guess what, she flew over the Electoral votes she needed to win and didn't stop to say Hello!  Goodbye Hillary, sorry we didn't see ya!  Hope the short circuits are going OK!

Your loving Deplorable in the heartland!

Paul Iverson

@EARL L SCHROEDER  She was so sure she would win, that it was owed to her.  We SHOWED HER!  Most people are sick and tired of the political correctness that has plagued this Country since Obo was elected and the Dems have had the LSM protecting them at every turn!
Barb Iverson
John Braden

This comment is related to Ms. Greenberg. Just keep forming the same conclusions about the political loss of Mrs. Clinton to Mr. Trump and the democrats will lose the next election. It is not about our "sexist country", it is about the most flawed candidate the democrats could have nominated.

Democrats have been using that same ideology with critics of President Obama. You couldn't disagree with "any" of his policies without being called racist. You democratic pollsters carry your bias with you when you interpret the data.
John Kunstadter

Ms. Adamy is yet another in the long line of WSJ hacks.  She casually, lazily uses phrases like "white women without college degrees", yet has scribbled an uneducated, thoughtless piece.
"other pockets of the female electorate"
--i.e., 42% of women who voted.
"Democrats hoped that emphasizing Mr. Trump’s history of lewd remarks about women and allegations of sexual assault against the candidate would prompt female voters to turn against him."
--Many women are rightly disgusted by the misogyny propagated by Jay Z, whom Hillary appeared with in one of her final rallies and by the serial violence and contempt toward women of the creature whose actions Hillary has enabled for four decades.

"'There are women, especially older blue-collar women, who are skeptical about women’s political leadership,' Ms. Greenberg said. 'We still live in a sexist country.'"

--Exhibit A of the condescension and contempt toward the salt of the earth that motivated so many women to vote for Mr. Trump.
Dom Luigi

Trump has made his greatest contribution before taking office: The political destruction of Hillary and her infinitely corrupt machine.
Jason Chimienti

"“There are women, especially older blue-collar women, who are skeptical about women’s political leadership,” Ms. Greenberg said. “We still live in a sexist country.”"

Vote for a woman otherwise you're a sexist.  What is it with liberals and the race- and sexist-baiting?  I guess if you can't win on the issues, it's always better to tar and feather your opponent.

Karen Session

@Jason Chimienti

"Vote for a woman otherwise you're a sexist.  What is it with liberals and the race- and sexist-baiting? "

Exactly... They still don't understand how that attitude turned off voters!!!
Barbara Wade

So now the spin begins?  Really, I got so tired before the election of hearing that all women were voting for her.  While I knew this was not true, it really bothered me that all women were sort of just lumped together into some homogeneous group of voters.  Women vote the same way as everyone else.  I didn't know ONE women who was going to vote for her, as a matter of fact I didn't know anyone who was going to vote for her.  Now it seems poor HRC just lost because she was a woman?  Nonsense.  She lost because no one could really trust her in so many ways.  SHE lost, we didn't snub her so can the sexist talk and can the this group of white [fill in the blank] voted against her.  Hogwash.


@Barbara Wade That's the Democratic/Liberal/Progressive playbook - identity politics.  Conservatives, like myself, don't see you as a woman - we see you as an American and an individual who has concerns and needs.
Dom Luigi

@Barbara Wade Trump has made his greatest contribution before taking office: The political destruction of Hillary and her infinitely corrupt machine.

Don't those women know there's a special place in hell for those who don't support Clinton?
David Stoneman

I agree wholeheartedly that it is about time we had an American women as president of America. And will vote for one when she doesn't says "isn't it about time we had a women in the White House."  If not is a reason to vote for a women, I disagree respectfully. That is not the only reason, policies and ideas matter more, no matter who says matter WHO SAYS THEM. Anyone who cast their vote because of race, color, greed, or age has a phobia against others.  Or is it just Americanphobia, or Constitutionphobia. We are Americans first.......ALL OF US..

Barbara Wade

@David Stoneman I will happily vote for the right woman for president and I won't care what color she is, where her parents came from or, quite honestly, where she went to college!  I will take into consideration her policies, experience running something and her veracity!
Joseph M. Szabo II

This is the wife commenting and I'd like to just say, I did not vote with my vagina and if I did then that would be sexist. I didn't vote for her because plain and simple: I don't trust her or her intentions.

George Kafantaris

Indeed, it is women more than men who are not quite ready for a woman president. No surprise there. Our Ingrained stereotypes are hard to beat.
James Schaad

winning over women?
simply put, more and more women don't respect or trust her
being a woman is not enough

look, we all are looking forward to a woman president, sooner rather then later
but not a soiled hack with decades of disgraceful baggage
yes, we can do better, much better
Lisa Thompson

This article exemplifies why she lost. Women are not victims! This country is filled with millions of successful women, leading large and complex organizations. They didn't have to rely on their husband's career, political handouts, and the protection of a secretive government to get them there like Hillary did. Also - she is unethical and broke quite a few laws along the way. Give women some credit! They recognized a bad candidate with bad policies. It's pretty simple if you are willing to recognize Hillary's faults.
David Brown

I do not vote based on gender and am exceedingly tired of being characterized as a racist, sexists, bigot and homophobe by every Democrat lefty over the last 8 years.  My issues are with political views only.  Next,  I rarely speak for my wife (it gets me in serious trouble) but she and her mother voted for Trump.  They did not like Clinton at all and thought she was a very dishonest person.  They certainly would have voted for a woman who shared their political views but not simply because they were of same gender. Oh and BTW both have advanced degrees.  God Bless America, the greatest country the world has ever known and especially look after those who are serving us all on this Veterans Day!
Marlene Stein

Fascinating analysis.  What it shows to me is that assuming that any voter is motivated to cast a vote on a SINGLE issue is wrong and that voters are a lot more intelligent than candidates give them credit for.

Let this be a lesson, for all Hillary had to do to attract the female voters was to talk about economic benefit. The idiot that wanted to increase the estate tax made her lose her credibility. The majority of women want lower taxes. It is that simple. After getting elected a deal could of been reached. never run a campaign with the highlight being tied to raising taxes on the wealthy. There are many issues, from abortion, to the death penalty, to bathroom equality for transgender, but never talk about the redistribution of wealth. It backfired.
By the way what have the Democrats done to better the life style in Michigan in the last eight years? Why did Pennsylvania turn? Why wan't Hillary in Florida the last week of the election? If she and won Florida, the entire result would of been different.  i am hearing that there was some speculation that Donald and Hillary were working together to get her elected, but it totally backfired, 
Jerry Knoski

"We still live in a sexist country."
Not true... she did not lose for that reason. She was a terrible candidate from the get-go.


@Jerry Knoski  It is baffling to me when I see so many whose vision is clouded by that constant harangue of "sexism, racism, and otherism's".

They just refuse to see what a poor candidate Ms. Clinton was and how vulnerable her views were with the traditional voter who does not have progressive or coastal views.
Geoff Aronson

Americans would overwhelmingly support and vote for a truly qualified woman as president.  They did not have that in Hillary.

Her only so-called achievements were due to her spousal relationship and any actual work she tried without that support ended up in disaster - repeatedly.  And to top it off, the one thing she has talent for is trashing the reputations of woman her husband had affairs with or abused.

Feminism dodged a bullet as her election would have set back Americans' view of women in high office for decades.

Now, thinking women need to find a woman that is not ethically corrupt and truly competent and Americans can vote for her.  There are several million of them in this nation.  Hillary was never it.

Maybe we women with memories longer than 5 minutes have watched the Dems run down Repubs with sketchy stories about women who appear out of the distant past and disappear with a check in their hands or a new lake house. Yet, we were expected to vote for a woman who has the most publicly unfaithful husband in modern times but does not choose to leave. Now, their marriage is their own business. But if all that behavior is ok with Hillary, why would I get upset about someone simply talking about it? Hillary went along with it, can I not ignore it also?

J Wood

And.....Hillary did way more than "going along with it."
She defended him against those women. She offended and threatened those women.
It would have been one thing to just say something in the order of "he did stupid things that I am not proud of....but I stand by my husband and we will try and fix it."
But she didn't. She did the opposite of that.
Good riddance.
Michael Baldridge

I don't know that this one way fascination with "uneducated" and "without college degrees" is.  You NEVER hear it about Democrats. Based on the numbers you can say at a minimum 94% of uneducated and without college degrees went for Hillary, along with a large percentage of uneducated and without college degree Hispanics.  Why are reporters obsessed with only showing how many went with Republicans, like it's some kind of mark or stupidity against them?

Jerry Knoski

@Michael - I've noticed it as well. It has become the new mantra by Democrats. I don't recall the "without college degrees" breakout in any prior elections. Then NBC and CNN did it on the same day when talking about a poll. On CNN the reporter must have emphasized it seven or eight times to make sure we heard it. Then they infer if you are not a college graduate you are uneducated.
The people on Facebook have jumped all-over it saying that middle America is uneducated and even calling them stupid.

Shari Greenlee

@Jerry Knoski I know, it's so funny.

My Master's degree and PhD husband were laughing at Taran Killam's comment which is typical of the Democrats that all rural people are stupid

Yeah buddy my advanced degrees sort of knock out your I couldn't hack even one year of UCLA.

And of course, that's that bastion of intellectual prowess, Miley Cyrus.

@Michael Baldridge
They never say anything about the uneducated Democratic base because it isn't white voters, and they enjoy trashing white voters. Plus they would be called racist, if they said anything negative about their base.
Carol Graham
J Wood

This is so classic.
Did I vote for any Republican EVER because of their gender? No I did not.
Almost any/every woman I spoke to about this said that, while they would love to see a woman run this great country, Billary is not the one.
It is so simple.
If the right woman runs.....she will (or even would have this week) win easily.....and I will vote for her two or three times.
Oh wait.....only Libs get to do that.

Bob Blanchette

No one really knows who voted for who.  Remember it was a secret ballot.  This is the same trash that came out of pollsters saying Hillary would win.  In a exit poll not every talks or even tells the truth.  This is a liberal twist trying to divide and conquer this country.  American citizens voted, period.  The only thing we know for sure is how each county and state voted.

Stop trying to divide us.


@Bob Blanchette I have to agree with you! All the articles about wrong-headed polls but let us base our new-found knowledge on the same crappy methodology used in the exit polls.
Robert Whitney

It is the history of Hillary Clinton that every time she either fails to achieve an office for which was not qualified or that she puts forth an idea that is rejected, that she blames others.
Hillary Clinton’s many lies as to her accomplishments, exploits and discriminations that she has suffered as a woman have been revealed as untrue. These lies are all part of a narrative of herself that she constructed that holds her out as a greatly accomplished woman who is being held down by a vast, evil force of uneducated people whose intellectual and moral sensitivities are from some dark past. And, from this, she gives herself license to act in ways that she deplores of her imaginary enemies.
Hillary Clinton’s delusions of herself and her consequential carte blanche to engage in hateful and criminal behavior are paralleled by the social warrior crowd. With this crowd, there are the added factors of irrationality and emotional immaturity.

J Wood

@Robert Whitney
I honestly hope that this is the last we ever see of Billary.
Other than maybe prosecuting them and sending them both to Guantanamo Bay.
George Visgilio

Whoever Anna Greenberg may be, she exhibits typical liberal illogic. When women don't vote for her female candidate, it isn't because they dislike her and/or her policies and actions. It's because they are sexist. This lady knows as much about working class women as she does about astrophysics. Let her work in a typical factory job for a few years trying to make ends meet along with a husband likely working a similar job. Then after eight years of stagnation, Hillary promises higher taxes and freebies to college kids. Maybe Ms. G would then have a glimmer of what's going on and adjust her glib, demeaning comments.

Dawn Fischer

I heartily agree. Quite A few of us college educated, white, married women voted for the president elect not because we were "skeptical about women's political leadership", but because we have observed Mrs. Clinton for many years and DO NOT TRUST HER.
Cezar Wellington

Lock up ALL of the Corrupt Clintons.  The number of felonies they committed the Crime Foundation could fill a book.  Every law related to self-dealing in managing a 501(c)3 they broke. 
Michael Baldridge

“There are women, especially older blue-collar women, who are skeptical about women’s political leadership,” Ms. Greenberg said. “We still live in a sexist country.” There's not much more sexist than saying you should vote for a person because of their gender.  So I guess all those Democrat men who didn't vote for Trump are sexist, right Ms. Greenberg?  Grow up.  You attitude is the reason Democrats have been booted up and down the ballot. Rational people, don't think like you because YOU are the sexist here.

Phil Collins

Classic Dem statement  from their Pollster: “we still live in a sexist country”........they always rationalize/attack and call you an and flawed and then call you names if you don’t agree or vote for them.

Dear Ms. Greenberg: besides for the fact that more white women voted for Trump than Clinton, how about the fact that the electorate saw Mrs. Clinton as a flawed candidate.......
Jeff Huber

“There are women, especially older blue-collar women, who are skeptical about women’s political leadership,” Ms. Greenberg said. “We still live in a sexist country.”

Ms. Greenberg, you're a Democratic pollster who doesn't see reality.  Hillary Clinton didn't lose because she was a women and the United States is still sexist.  She lost because she was a bad candidate.  Once Democratic pollsters like you realize that America isn't a sexist, racist country, your party may win the White House, Senate and House. You missed it and your candidate and party suffered badly for it..
T Mack

Hillary did NOT lose the election because she was a Woman.
Clinton did lose the election because she was NOT TRUSTED, even by Women voters. 

J Wood

@T Mack
I think there are probably about a dozen reasons she lost....but they want to throw it on the "woman" thing.....they just don't learn.
Marshall Dillon

Democrats wasted too much time playing the racist card, women's issues and bathrooms for transgenders. They ignored the call of blue collar / middle income America and it cost them the elections. They had no message on creating jobs for middle income Americans other than referring to "those uneducated women for Trump", those "angry white men for Trump", and not to forget those basket of deploreables.

Paul Curasi

In the end thoughtful folks realized Clinton was so 90's. Women have changed since then and Hillary was unable to appreciate women are 3-dimensional thinkers; able to see beyond cliches.

Frank McDonald

I read statistics like this and wonder how they arrived at them. Did they call people on their landline or cell? Was this exit polling? Even if it is exit polling how can they say with any certainty the education level of the voters?

@Frank McDonald Ingrained assumptions or bias is easier than analysis?


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