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From: FUBHO9/1/2017 7:12:57 AM
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CNN host Kamau Bell inciting violence at Antifa – CNN refuses comment – Pacific Pundit

This is why the media refuses to call out the violent communist thugs of AntiFA. They have a vested interest in it. For example, CNN host Kamau Bell was seen this past weekend in Berkeley helping incite violence that was condemned by Nancy Pelosi. Kamau Bell has hosted a racist, white bashing show on CNN for two years now called United Shades of America. The fact that CNN refuses to comment on one of their hosts participating in an AntiFA hate rally speaks volumes of the network, it’s head Jeff Zucker and the hacks that populate and pollute it’s airwaves.

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To: FUBHO who wrote (2280)9/1/2017 7:15:36 AM
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Massive Layoffs Hit anti-Trump Glenn Beck's BLAZE...

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From: FUBHO9/2/2017 6:23:40 AM
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As Its Influence Wanes, Increasingly Militant MSM Promotes Violence and Censorship

9/2/2017, 4:36:51 AM
Breitbart | 9/1/2017

Yes, the MSM has admitted they got 2016 exactly wrong and that they are out-of-touch with the average American. What truly terrifies the media about 2016, though, is something that has remained largely unspoken.

It is what Trump’s victory said so clearly about the MSM’s inability to influence public opinion and, by extension, the outcome of elections. What has also remained unspoken is the media’s desperate and dangerous reaction to this waning influence.

As a 25 year media-watcher, I have never seen anything close to the propaganda campaign the national media launched to defeat Donald Trump last year. It was 24/7, it was coordinated across every news outlet, it was all-hands-on-deck. And Trump still won. Which can only mean that the media’s influence has eroded to a point where, despite hurling every kitchen sink available, they suffered a humiliating loss last November.

Before I get into the grit of the nit, it is important to keep in mind that our media is nothing more than the communication branch of the Democrat Party. When you look at everything the media does — the lying, the campaigns of personal destruction, the fake news, the focus on stuff like Melania’s shoes — this explanation is the only one that makes sense. The media is a full-blown leftwing political operation run, for the most part, by former Democrat operatives like Jake Tapper, George Stephanopolous, and Chuck Todd, as well as those related to Democrat operatives.

Knowing that, and knowing the long history of leftwing regimes (Stalin, Hitler, Mao, Chavez, Castro), we know what a leftwing political operation does when its influence begins to diminish. Because their ideas are so unappealing and are proven failures, the left ultimately has no choice but to embrace violence and censorship. This truth is as old as the Bolshevik Revolution, and this is exactly what we are seeing unfold today in our own country. Rather than politicians, though, it is our media that has turned dangerously militant.

Rush Limbaugh is absolutely correct, the Democrat party is dead. Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi, the party’s two supposed leaders, are non-entities. From top-to-bottom, the party is a feckless pile of incompetence. Knowing this, the media has told Schumer and Pelosi to hold their beer as they seize the levers of power in the leftwing cause. As a result, the media has used billions of corporate dollars to launch a propaganda campaign to unseat Trump and to keep the divisive issue of identity politics thriving.

Naturally, this rabid pursuit of so-called “social justice” is meant only to serve what has always been the overriding goal of leftwing tyrants: control of our lives through a centralized government.

Nevertheless, this represents the least of our media’s sins.

The media campaign to censor and silence the political right, most especially on the college campus and online, is being waged on two fronts: through the ever-expanding definitions of “hate speech” and the “alt-right,” and through large corporations.

At this point, pretty much every conservative position on abortion, homosexuality, border security, the police, affirmative action, immigration, terrorism, etc., has been labeled as hate speech by the establishment left and many in the media. Moreover, the holding of these beliefs makes you an automatic member of the “alt-right,” which aligns you with white supremacists.

Now that this phase is in place, now that mainstream conservative and Christian beliefs have been toxified as hate, whether they are already aligned with the media or because they have been bullied by the media into joining the cause, the mega-corporations that now control our primary means of communication — the public square that is the Internet — are instituting a wave of censorship.

Hiding behind the media’s absurdly expanded definition of hate (or fake news), America’s Googles, Facebooks, Twitters, advertisers, and Web servers are blacklisting conservatives, banning populists, and outlawing their ideas. People are being disappeared from the public square or, out of fear of being disappeared, they no longer feel comfortable to speak freely.

The violence comes, of course, from the media’s personal army of Brownshirts, the leftwing terrorists in Antifa. Just like Hitler’s henchmen, Antifa spreads out across the country to violently silence speech that the left does not want heard. And it is not only against neo-Nazis in Charlottesville. Almost all of the chaos, rioting, and violence waged by Antifa over the past two years has been against everyday Trump supporters, everyday Republicans.

To encourage Antifa’s wave of violent suppression, our media either ignores and downplays their crimes, promotes their cause as righteous, blames their violence on Trump and his supporters, compares them to heroic World War II soldiers, or in the case of NBC’s Chuck Todd, attempts to legitimize this violence against the political right.

Now, does anyone have any more question about why the media is so desperate to take away our Second Amendment rights?

Follow John Nolte on Twitter @NolteNC. Follow his Facebook Page here.

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From: Ron9/3/2017 6:27:45 AM
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There is one place where freedom of expression seems to exist in Cuba: Google servers

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From: Ron9/4/2017 11:18:59 PM
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New York Daily News sold to TRONC

Tronc, the publisher of The Los Angeles Times and The Chicago Tribune, announced on Monday that it had acquired The Daily News, the nearly 100-year-old tabloid that for decades set the city’s agenda with its gossip, sports and city coverage.

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From: Ron9/7/2017 7:28:21 PM
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Television turned 90 today

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From: Ron9/10/2017 4:57:17 PM
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As Irma’s Winds Rise, So Does Debate Over TV Storm Reporting

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From: Ron9/14/2017 10:13:49 PM
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In Macedonia the fake news machine is already gearing up for 2020

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From: Ron9/15/2017 10:59:53 AM
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Twitter co-founder: Tech media has a 'junk information epidemic'

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From: Sam9/16/2017 8:47:20 AM
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The End Is Here: Cable's Media Dominance
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Sep. 12, 2017 11:14 AM ET
Jay van Santen
Value, Growth, tech, medium-term horizon


Direct-to-consumer streaming, for the first time in 2017, offers a viable alternative to traditional MVPD (cable and satellite) dominance. This shift has been anticipated for a decade.

The flood of new and varied streaming services - in the past year – brings consumers, for the first time, a straightforward and cost-effective way to tailor media packages to.

Fat PayTV bundle subscriber attrition will only accelerate – dramatically - in the next several years, then moderate to an ongoing gradual decline.

The drop in revenue and basically absence of profit and margin from Skinny bundles and OTT services will impact legacy communication companies.

“My grandchildren will never have a cable bill; only a bandwidth bill”.

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