Monday, March 7, 2016

Politically Oriented Videos...

Newt Gingrich Explains The GOP
Establishment And Trump In A Few Words

Donald Trump On Face The Nation

Judge Jeanine: Mitt Romney
Awoke A Sleeping Giant

Blog Author's Comments -- A Few Words On Fox News and Megyn Kelly

Better Business Bureau Faxed Fox News Trump's
"A" Rating During Debate But Megyn Kelly Ignored It
On Thursday night's GOP debate hosted by Fox News, with one of the moderators being Megyn Kelly, she once again got into a skirmish with her favorite target Donald Trump. (Fox news along with all of the broadcasters are doing their best to derail Donald Trump's run for the Republican nomination.) The exchange was about 'Trump University' one of Donald Trump's many business endeavors.

Megyn Kelly pulled a quote from a previous opinion that lists Donald Trump as a “con artist.” Kelly also told Donald Trump his rating from the Better Business Bureau was a D-. Kelly was wrong. The Better Business Bureau faxed Trump’s “A” rating to FOX News during the debate. Trump handed it to the FOX panel. Megyn Kelly ignored the fax from the Better Business Bureau – She let her lie stand.

Megyn Kelly Even Admitted after the debate – She was handed the fax at the debate but never corrected her inaccurate statements. Then she doubled down on the lie in a later segment despite having the document in her hand. Fox News advertises their cable news network as "Fair and Balanced" but not when it comes to Donald Trump. It is my hope that they see a downtrend in viewership and the owner Rupert Murdock takes some action with 'princess' Megyn. Murdoch will do nothing but many viewers have decided, since watching the debates hosted by Fox, that they will no longer watch or believe Fox News.

March 8, 2016 -- Today, the Trump Campaign released a video explaining the lawsuits filed against Trump University.

Trump University Truth

Poll: 61 Percent Say Immigration 'Jeopardizes The United States'

Clinton Wrote 104 Of The Classified Emails Discovered On Her Server

Sheriff Clarke: 'Black On Black Crime' 'Bigger Problem' Than Community Policing

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