Media fears FBI bombshell will hand election to Trump

crew-2231211The absolute arrogance of the media and those who believe themselves to be among the elite of the party that is about to go down in flames.

 

The media must be in absolute chaos when Trump wins their cover will completely be blown.

Of course, it never occurred to them if Hillary hasn’t already stolen the election, that Mr. Donald J. Trump earned it with his populist appeal.

What does Hillary have to offer? 

Nothing but failed progressive policies and projects of the past.

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A complete explanation of Hillary and her elitist friends shaddow-governmentaround the globe vision of their “Shadow Government,” is covered nicely in the video below. (Source)

 

 

 

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For her part, Hillary Clinton represents a woefully inadequate candidate, and one who should have a restraining order placed on her and “Slick,” to not set foot within two miles of the structure.

 

 

Major U.S. media outlets have sided with Hillary Clinton by arguing that FBI Director James Comey was wrong to tell Congress — and by extension, millions of voters — that he is revisiting the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s private emails, and are worried that the surprise announcement runs the risk of unfairly throwing the election to Donald Trump.

 

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Comey’s letter came out Friday, months after he said Clinton was “extremely careless” in her handling of government information during her tenure at the State Department.

His revelation that new emails were located on devices belonging to Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin and her husband, disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner, rocked the Democratic nominee’s campaign and reinvigorated Republicans hopeful to win back the White House, though Comey did not reveal anything about the contents of the emails.

His revelation that new emails were located on devices belonging to Clinton’s aide Huma Abedin and her husband, disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner, rocked the Democratic nominee’s campaign and reinvigorated Republicans hopeful to win back the White House, though Comey did not reveal anything about the contents of the emails.

 

In the hours and days that followed, it became clear that several hundred thousand emails were found that had to be sorted out. Even so, media reports and analysis on the subject were less focused on whether Clinton may have sent classified information to an

Even so, media reports and analysis on the subject were less focused on whether Clinton may have sent classified information to an unsecured computer, and much more focused on how the announcement might change the outcome of the election.

A study from the right-leaning Media Research Center said that between Friday and Monday morning, reports and analysis on ABC, NBC and CBS were overwhelmingly negative on Comey.

The study “reviewed all statements (by reporters, analysts, and partisans) that took a position on Comey and Clinton and found arguments against Comey (88) swamped those against Clinton (31) by a ratio of almost 3 to 1,” it said.

 

Some of the network’s biggest anchors indicated they had doubts that Comey’s actions were devoid of political intent. On ABC’s “Good Morning America,” anchor George Stephanopoulos said, “It’s hard to know what’s going through James Comey’s mind right now.”

NBC’s “Today” anchor Willie Geist interviewed Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and asked, “If you were on the other side of this, would you think this was the right thing to do on the eve of an election, to be so vague about it without knowing the content?”

Republicans as well as Democrats have said Comey should not have revealed anything about the reopened investigation, until something was discovered. Still, that was an argument used more often by Democrats, and was also picked up by major op-ed boards that downplayed the possibility that damaging information was released, and played up how the election math might have changed.

The Washington Post editorial board said Monday night that “no one should be happy that the outcome of a U.S. presidential election could be affected, if not determined, by a cryptic letter from the FBI director released 11 days before the vote. But that is our unfortunate situation.”

The editorial continued, “What about Mr. Comey himself? Is there anything he can do to mitigate the harm that has been caused?”

 

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4 thoughts on “Media fears FBI bombshell will hand election to Trump

  1. The media is working overtime to discredit Trump and trying to paint Hillary as a victim and the better candidate. What a joke! Sure, Trump is no peach but Hillary is the pit!

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  2. The media sure loved Comey when all was hunky dory with the investigation. There a lot of folks who buy into hillary being a victim, I have a professor is buying–he sure let me know that yesterday. A lot of these college students are falling victim to this as well…..just saying…..

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  3. The problem is that the media lost control of the information being released to the voters.

    The MSM (main stream media) has had complete control of what information was released – mostly FRAUD from the MSM.

    Now what is actually needed is an open discussion about the “SUBSTANCE” of the new information being released.

    Hillary is an evil traitor and committed treason. Hillary is a known LIAR and can never be trusted.

    NOW, America is getting the TRUTH about Hillary. AND, the truth about Hillary is ugly! The truth about Hillary is disgusting.

    Put this evil liar in prison!

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  4. Classic, The Media fears the spreading of news and truth?

    W T F ?

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