Warhawk, songbird and Lindsey Graham life partner John McCain declared this morning that Russian President Vladimir Putin is a Russian sympathizer and possibly a spy, citing a trusted source he obtained from gay dating app Grindr.
Methinks I am a conspiracy theorist. Art thou? Thou block, thou stone, thou worse than senseless thing, for whilst thou slept didst this become a badge of honor. Informed dissent shall always prevail, wherefore art thou worthy, or art thou this unwholesome fool in the group conformity experiment herein?
A new Security Council (SC) report circulating in the Kremlin today, dealing with the significance of no messages having come from the United States that might indicate their wish to mend relations or avoid the introduction of new anti-Russian sanctions, reveals an interesting discussion that took place between Chairwoman of the Council of Federation Valentina Matviyenko and State Duma Speaker Vyacheslav Volodin over why the “Deep State” apparatus had begun targeting former President Barack Obama as being a bigoted racist, and if this meant they were trying to incite a race war—and involved these US shadow government apparatchiks (officials in a large political organizations), yesterday, attacking US Congressman Ron DeSantis for telling his socialist black opponent Andrew Gillum, regarding their election contest to be the next Governor of Florida, that he shouldn’t “monkey this up”—that was immediately pounced upon for its being a racist and bigoted statement, but was, in fact, an idiom (a group of words established by usage as having a meaning not deducible from those of the individual words) long used by Americanpoliticians, most particularly Obama who, during his 2008 campaign, said: “It’s not as if it’s just Republicans who have monkeyed around with elections in the past. Sometimes Democrats have, too”. […]
Back in 2006, a major news network went to court to defend their right to lie. This is the ruling that made it legal. “In a stunningly narrow interpretation of FCC rules, the Florida Appeals court claimed that the FCC policy against falsification of the news does not rise to the level of a ‘law, rule, or regulation,’ it was simply a ‘policy.’ Therefore, it is up to the station whether or not it wants to report honestly.” […]
Murdoch knows she is a straw candidate, and straw burns easily. After the primaries, he will support the Republican presidential candidate just as he always has, with the usual rabid devotion. He hasn’t done the Democrats any favors, he’s pushing the candidate that he knows his party can easily beat. […]