Chris Wysocki as some thoughts, and examples
Will the FCC shut down Fox News now that Obama has blamed them for all his problems?
Obama has gone out of his way to make sure that journalists keep their mouths shut about the shady actions and scandals that his administration has been involved in.
He threatened to destroy the career of a Fox News reporter exposing the truth about Benghazi. He’s usingSoviet tactics to prosecute a filmmaker who made a movie exposing Obama’s radical background. He’s also been the most aggressive president since Nixon in keeping a tight grip on information. One former NSA official even came out and said that Obama’s tactics have made the US a police state.
And let’s not forget how he used the IRS to harass Conservatives.
And besides, all his problems are caused by Fox News. They’re spreading lies!. Lies and more lies! It’s all lies!
While speaking about Benghazi, Obama laughed at one point when O’Reilly asked about Susan Rice’s contention that the attack was a spontaneous action.
About two minutes later, Obama blamed Fox News for people believing Obama did not call the Benghazi attack terrorism.
“Your detractors believe that you did not tell the world it was a terror attack because your campaign didn’t want that out,” O’Reilly said.
“And they believe it because folks like you are telling them that,” Obama said.
“No, I’m not telling them that,” O’Reilly responded to laughter.
You know what I find most disconcerting? How he laughed at O’Reilly’s questions. Classy, that, isn’t it? Real Presidential.
Because he knows he can squash O’Reilly and Fox like a bug. And he won’t hesitate either, especially since Democrat control of the Senate is hanging in the balance.
If the 2014 election is a referendum on President Obama, Democrats are in deep trouble.
That’s according to a new state-by-state study of Obama’s job-approval ratings released by Gallup that puts his disapproval rating at over 50 percent in 10 of the 21 states where Democrats are defending Senate seats this fall. In many of those states, Republicans have recruited strong candidates and are preparing to spend big bucks to win the six seats they need to regain the majority.
Obama is deeply unpopular — with a disapproval rating higher than 55 percent — in five states: West Virginia (67.3 percent disapproval), Montana (60.9 percent), South Dakota (59.3 percent), Arkansas (57 percent) and Alaska (55.4 percent).
Beyond those five seats, there is a second tier of states where the president’s disapproval rating stands somewhere between 50 percent and 55 percent, including: Iowa (50.1 percent disapproval), New Hampshire (50.2 percent), North Carolina (50.4 percent),Colorado (51.2 percent) and Louisiana (53.9 percent).
So I’m sure it’s just a coincidence that new IRS regulations will effectively put most conservative groups out of business, right before the 2014 midterm elections.
IRS Reg-134417-13 will forbid conservative groups from holding voter registration drives, advertising, promoting, and prohibits any kind of political activity including rallies, mailings, teas, and forums.
Meanwhile unions, a heavy Democrat-friendly constituency, are exempt from these new rules. I’m sure that’s just an oversight…
Anyone here remember Nakoula Basseley Nakoula? He spent a year in jail to cover Susan Rice’s ass, and emerged with a case of Stockholm Syndrome worthy of a North Korean propaganda film.
If Bill O’Reilly is next, who’ll be less surprised than me?
Why are the next two elections so very important? Those reasons above are the reasons