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1 hour ago, Tweety said:

I think that Shiff's response was epic.  The Republicans on the committee asking to him resign acted like professional adults.  However, I'm totally embarrassed at the President's bullying remark about "Pencil Neck".  His campaign is making pencil neck t-shirts.  

Time and time again Trump has a chance to act like a President and acts like a junior high school bully.   It's embarrassing.  

What is more embarrassing, is how his followers lap it up like kittens on a saucer of milk.

It is appalling, how the US is now viewed in the rest of the world.

We don't lead.

And our so-called leaders are a disgrace.

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Not all of our leaders are a disgrace. Nancy Pelosi is a good leader. She's not always right but she is a good leader. 

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8 hours ago, toomuchbaloney said:

Not all of our leaders are a disgrace. Nancy Pelosi is a good leader. She's not always right but she is a good leader. 

You are right, of course, baloney.

I like Speaker Pelosi a lot.

 

 

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I noticed this as many of my fellow nurses probably did also. Not on Twitter or cable, but TV news on CBS, Fox 11 News, ABC, NBC, and KTLA 5 (The first TV station west of the Mississippi)

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Major news organizations amplified Trump’s misinformation about Mueller's report

Twitter accounts of major national newspapers, cable, and broadcast news outlets spread -- without any context -- President Donald Trump's misinformation, outrageous characterizations of, and responses to special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on his Russia investigation...

https://www.mediamatters.org/blog/2019/03/29/major-news-organizations-amplified-trump-s-misinformation-about-muellers-report/223286 

 

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56 minutes ago, herring_RN said:

I noticed this as many of my fellow nurses probably did also. No on Twitter or cable, but TV news on CBS, Fox 11 News, ABC, NBC, and KTLA 5 (The first TV station west of the Mississippi)

 

It's difficult not to notice.  Free and widespread publishing of Trump lies, hyperbole, and propaganda just like in 2015 and 2016. 

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24 minutes ago, nursej22 said:

Who is writing these chyrons?

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I had a similar problem embedding a link.  Please try again. 

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13 minutes ago, toomuchbaloney said:

I had a similar problem embedding a link.  Please try again. 

I’ll try when I get home on the ‘puter 

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1 hour ago, nursej22 said:

Who is writing these chyrons?

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okay, I give up. I was trying to post a screen shot from twitter. It shows a chyron (the words that scroll across the bottom of a TV show) from Fox and Friends. It reads " Trump cuts aid to 3 Mexican countries". Presumably the 3 "mexican" countries are El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras. 

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The Washington Post has moved to have Nick Sandmann's parents lawsuit against the paper dismissed.

Nice piece on the litigation in today's paper.

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