Hear Exactly What Jim Hoft and I Think of the Fake News Media

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 . . . And It’s Deep-State Handlers

Jim Hoft is a genius.

From his St. Louis home, Jim runs one of the most influential websites in the universe, according to Harvard researchers. He’s a legend. Like Andrew Breitbart, Jim Hoft reshaped the media. Hoft exposes the rotten bastards who call themselves “journalists.”

  • Caustic Jim Acosta
  • F*** Chuck Todd
  • Jake “The Fake” Tapper
  • Juannabe Williams

Jim Hoft exposed these knuckle-dragging liars. These scavenger fish who cheer on Antifa’s terrorism. These thug-worshippers who hope for Kellyanne Conway’s assassination.

You want to know what I think about the Fake News Media? I’ll tell you.

But not here.

What I think about the news media is unfit for print. 

If you want to hear what I really think of the fake news, you’ll have to join Jim Hoft and me on Saturday, September 23 at 9:30 PM. At the Marriott at the Airport. 

All the details and tickets are available at this link.

Bring your recorders. You haven’t heard red meat like this since  . . . 2009.


Oh, and Steve Bannon will be there next day.

Finally! A President Stands Tall

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They were dumbfounded.

Those United Nations stuffed shirts were dumbfounded. Struck dumb. Silenced. Shocked. Floored.

Those sissy diplomats were shaken. Appalled. Frightened.

Never in the sordid history of the United Nations has an American president spoken in unvarnished truth in unvarnished terms.

Trump has the best words.

Trump used his best words today.

The best of the best.

Trump called Kim Jung Un “Rocket Man.” The funniest and most effective linguistic kill-shot to date. A Twitter line. And Trump pulled it off at the United bygod Nations.

[Scott Adams can’t stop laughing about Rocket Man tweet!]

They were shocked.

But it gets better. Rocket Man came AFTER Trump promised to completely destroy North Korea!

About damn time a US President warned the world one of its nations might go away. Like Atlantis. Poof! Gone. Adios.

Read our president’s best words:

The United States has great strength and patience,, but if it is forced to de fend itself or its allies,, we will have no choice but to totally destroy North Korea.. Rocket man is on a suicide mission for himself and for his regime…

Boom! If only Reagan had spoken so bluntly to the UN. Folks, I’m 53 years old. I’ve hated the United Nations since the 1970s. I’ve prayed for a president who would finally reign in that rogue, globalist disaster.

Beautiful. Beautiful words. Beautiful speech. Wonderful.

Our president also got the UN socialists to applaud his takedown of socialism. Huge!

The problem in Venezuela is not that socialism has been poorly implemented, but that socialism has been faithfully implemented.. [ Applause ]

From the soviet union to Cuba to Venezuela, wherever true socialism or communism has been adopted, it has delivered anguish and devastation and failure. Those who preach the tenants of these discredited ideologies, only contribute to the continued suffering of the people who live under these cruel systems.

Awesome. Ronald Reagan never tore down socialism more eloquently. And Trump spoke those words to the body that fosters and promotes socialism around the world. The wicked United Nations.

If that’s all Trump had said, he’d have said more than any US president ever said to the United Nations. But Trump said so much more. And all of it 100% pharmaceutical grade brilliance. Like this:


I have never loved a president as much as I love President Trump. Love him. Not ashamed to say it. I love my president.

Now, this.

Fire Jeff Session

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Greg Jarrett thinks Jeff Sessions should resign. I do, too.

I felt like the lone voice on the right last week when I wrote “Counseling Sessions.” It feels great to have Greg Jarrett agree: Jeff Sessions should resign.

As Jarrett puts it:

Sessions appears either incapable or incompetent.  He has resisted producing the documents relevant to the anti-Trump dossier which were subpoenaed by the House Intelligence Committee.  He has failed to appoint a special counsel to reopen the case against Hillary Clinton for likely violations of the Espionage Act in the use of her email server, obstruction of justice for destroying 33,000 emails under congressional subpoena, and potential self-dealing for profit through her foundation.  The evidence is compelling.

Before that, Jarrett pointed out a character flaw in Jeff Session—a character flaw I had overlooked.

Jeff Sessions should never have accepted the position of Attorney General of the United States.  His leadership has proven unproductive and ineffectual.

There are two reasons for this.

First, he deceived President Trump by concealing his intent to recuse himself from the federal investigation into Russia’s meddling in the 2016 election.  Hours after he was sworn in, Sessions began setting his recusal in motion by meeting with Department of Justice officials to discuss stepping aside from the probe.  Failing to disclose such a material matter to the president was an egregious betrayal.

Not only is Sessions incompetent and low energy, he’s also deceptive. He’s also disloyal, working at cross-purposes to the president who appointed him.

When Trump tweeted criticisms of Sessions earlier this year, conservatives howled and demanded Trump back off. Conservatives were wrong to do so.

Conservatives were wrong to defend Jeff Sessions. Conservatives put their faith in the wrong man.

Jeff Sessions is a failed attorney general. His credibility and his honesty are in tatters. His Department of Justice is only slightly improved over Loretta Lynch’s. Few people would notice if Sessions stopped showing up for work altogether.

My disgust with Sessions magnified when we learned about the wiretap of Trump Tower. James Comey committed perjury over this issue. Jeff Sessions has known Comey committed perjury at least as long as Trump has known. Yet Sessions has done nothing.

Is Sessions protecting Comey, or is Jeff Session incompetent? Completely incompetent?

Greg Jarrett wants Session to fix a few of his errors, then resign. I would be happy if Trump fired Sessions tomorrow.

Flush the Clapper. It Stinks!

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James Clapper lied to Chuck Todd.

Clapper wiretapped Paul Manafort and lied about it. Just like Trump said.

James Clapper looks like a kind old grandfather. Like Josef Stalin. Or an elderly Charles Manson.

Like Stalin and Manson, Clapper’s soiled name deserves to be flushed into the bowels of history’s bio hazard tank.

James Clapper categorically denied that anyone associated with the Trump campaign was ever wiretapped. He lied.

James Clapper swore he’d have known of any FISA court request for a wiretap of any Trump associate. And then he swore by inclusion that Paul Manafort was never wiretapped.

Now we know Clapper is a liar. He lied to cover his criminal attempt to illegally steal the election.

Clapper is a liar. Flush the Clapper.

Equifax Update: More Breaches, More Lies

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You will be mad.

You probably don’t have a contract with Equifax. Your creditors do.

When you apply for a loan, you give creditors permission to:

  1. Obtain your credit file.
  2. Update your credit file.

You expect that creditors vet their vendors, don’t you? You assume banks and credit card companies test their vendors’ security.

And you expect financial services companies like Equifax to be on the up and up.

But they’re not. None of them. The banks. The credit cards. The credit bureaus. They’re not on the up and up. They’re on the cheap and dirty. They cut corners. They pocket the money and skip the quality checks.

They don’t do their due diligence.

None of them.

Today we learned that Equifax knew its security was garbage long before they originally admitted. In other words, Equifax’s statements of last week were lies.

As a reminder:

  • Equifax lost sensitive financial and personal data on 143 MILLION Americans
  • Equifax admits your data was compromised in May and June and July
  • Equifax admits it concealed its breach until September
  • Equifax admits its chief financial officer and other high-ranking managers sold their Equifax shares after the breach was discovered but before the breach was disclosed (insider trading)
  • Equifax denies that its executives knew of the breach before they sold their stock (laughable)

It turns out Equifax (and its executives) knew of the breach long before July.

Via Zero Hedge:

Meanwhile, far from keeping the original hack a secret, “in early March Equifax began notifying a small number of outsiders and banking customers that it had suffered a breach and was bringing in a security firm to help investigate. The company’s outside counsel, Atlanta-based law firm King & Spalding, first engaged Mandiant at about that time. While it’s not clear how long the Mandiant and Equifax security teams conducted that probe, one person said there are indications it began to wrap up in May.”

The revelation of an earlier breach – and one which comes from the press instead of the company itself – will likely raise questions for the company’s executives over whether that investigation was sufficiently thorough or if it was closed too soon, and also why it wasn’t disclosed as part of the Sept. 7 press release.

In early MARCH! Equifax knew they’d lost your data in March!

So, now how dishonest does Equifax look?

In my prior report on Equifax, I introduced you to John Gamble “with your money,” the Equifax CFO. I speculated that Mr. Gamble traded Equifax shares after learning of the breach. (Mr. Gamble has not personally denied it, but Equifax’s PR agency has.)

Now, Zero Hedge has this:

Now, under the new timeline, the insider sales come several months after the March breach but before the public had any knowledge of major security issues at one of the country’s three big credit-reporting agencies. The new timeline is also likely to focus scrutiny on an earlier sale by Gamble of 14,000 shares on May 23. According to a regulatory filing, which didn’t indicate that the sale was part of a scheduled trading plan, the value of that transaction was $1.91 million, more than twice the size of his Aug. 1 disposal of 6,500 shares for $946,374.

As I wrote in my first report on Equifax, justice requires two things:

  1. Equifax stock goes to zero.
  2. Equifax’s customers (the banks and credit companies who gave your data to Equifax) compensate the hell out of you and their other customers.

This story has legs. Share it with our friends.

And ask all your creditors how they intend to compensate you for the loss of your data. It’s really their problem, not yours.

Trump Was Right! Obama White House ‘Wiretapped’ Paul Manafort **UPDATE**

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CAUTION: This report comes from very fake news blog CNN and may fall apart over the next 24 to 48 hours (like most of CNN’s fake reports fall apart).

CNN is reporting that Special Investigator Robert Mueller leaked secret documents to the press indicating the Obama White House “wiretapped” Paul Manafort before and after last year’s election.

CNN previously mocked and scorned President Trump for suggesting Obama wiretapped Trump’s campaign. CNN says Mueller’s office cautioned that conclusions about Russian connection were “inconclusive.” Meaning “non-existent.”

Either Trump was right or Robert Mueller is lying to CNN. A third possibility: CNN is full of crap.

A secret order authorized by the court that handles the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) began after Manafort became the subject of an FBI investigation that began in 2014. It centered on work done by a group of Washington consulting firms for Ukraine’s former ruling party, the sources told CNN.

The Gateway Pundit has more.

In the meantime, add this to the long list of crazy things Trump said that turned out to be right! (I was right, too. In March!)

UPDATE: ZeroHedge has more:

Ironically, CNN notes the “surveillance was discontinued at some point last year for lack of evidence” but was then restarted with a “new FISA warrant that extended at least into early this year”…all of which sounds an awful lot like the Obama administration using FISA courts to spy on a political opponent.

This story makes the MSM, late-night comedians, Robert Mueller, and Barack Obama look like iditos, criminals, or both.