Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Kellyanne makes a big mistake.


No it is not what you think. It is not the fact that she said the words "Bowling Green Massacre." Sure the left and the media (wait that's redundant) are having a lot of fun with that. She was referring to the two camel jockeys arrested in Bowling Green who were planning a terrorist attack. The media never covered it and it was one of the things that President Trump was talking about when he said that the media doesn't cover terror. That was a mistake. She admitted it. But that doesn't matter. They will use that to hammer her for as long as she is in the public eye.

Kellyanne's big mistake was her conciliatory interview with douche bag Jake Tapper on CNN. Tapper went after her hard and she backed up. Big mistake. When Tapper petulantly asked "Are we Fake News" she blinked. Bullshit. They are fake news. You shouldn't give an inch. They are never going to give you or President Trump the benefit of the doubt. Now they have taken to the ploy of saying that almost everything President Trump says is a "lie." Not that he was mistaken in his beliefs. Or that the matter is in doubt. They just flat out say that he is lying. What can you do with that? I tell you what. You hit them back twice as hard.

Now I hear that Spicer is backing off. I never was on board with him. He surprised me at the start when he was willing to fight in his first few conferences. But his inner cuckdom seems to be winning out. What they needed to do is pick a tough no nonsense broad who would kick ass and take names. Somebody like Laura Ingraham or that hot ass Kimberly chick from the  Five.


Here is the view of super cuck scum bag Allah Pundit from Hot Air:

"Things get hopping at around 3:30, when he challenges her on what Trump said yesterday about the media refusing to cover certain terror attacks. Rarely do you see a straight-news reporter make his annoyance at White House demagoguery of the media as crystal clear as Tapper does here, culminating in an invitation to Conway to call CNN “fake news” on its own airwaves. That’s clearly what Trumpers watching would have wanted — but Conway is surprisingly conciliatory for all 25 minutes, conceding that CNN isn’t fake news, that she’s sorry for her “Bowling Green massacre” screw-up, and so on. That’s not what I would have expected given the network’s overt attempt to question her credibility yesterday and Trump’s eagerness for his surrogates to be combative with the media, but that’s how it went. Hmmm."

When even a cuck douche ass wipe scum bag like Analpundit thinks you got served it is time to look in the mirror and rethink what you are doing. I am willing to give her a pass on this one. Everybody gets one. I mean I get it is hard to constantly be fighting with the media. Everybody likes to be liked. Nobody wants to fight all the time. Unless it is in your nature. Like President Trump. And me. 


41 comments:

Amartel said...

Sad/Disappointed Tapper crumpleface is annoying.
These people, the Trump people, are exhausted. Maybe they're trying some sort of overly complicated Perino/Bush era tactic where you admit the obvious to take it off the table. That can quickly turn into you being a punching bag which is how it turned out for Bush. The press never admits their obvious mistakes. There could be video of the entire WH press corp gang banging a minor and they'd be all "what about Trump's TONE?"

edutcher said...

Guilfoyle is who you mean.

And, if they don't produce, I don't doubt The Donald will find those who do.

I am willing to give her a pass on this one. Everybody gets one.

Good point. It's the overall tone that matters. She may have tried to bring down the decibel lever and got hit with that classic lesson that you can't be nice to these people.

Ever.

PS The Lefty media is running a story that Trump is disappointed with Spicer. If so, Ms Ingraham, Ms Guilfoyle, or even Dr Crowley may be warming up in the bull sooner than we imagine.

Trooper York said...

I agree ed. You need a women with balls for that spot. My top three picks.

Laura Ingraham

Ann Coulter

Dust Bunny Queen.

edutcher said...

Coulter would be fun, to be sure, but I would hate to lose oopsy.

BTW and OT State Dept whistleblower exposes what a hoax Pissy's and the Beast's refugee program was

She's also a fan of the Donald's ideas.

chickelit said...

Sessions confirmed.

Methadras said...

Shit, let Trump hire me and put me in front of these cock-gobblers. I'll have a field day with them.

edutcher said...

Good news on Sessions.

I think we'll see some action now.

Commander Crankshaft said...

Geez Man. Spicer was the hardest-hitting grunt of them all.

They had to use a short woman to parody him. He was that that aggressive.

Who else could have gone out there the day after the inauguration and gotten into the screaming match ordered by Don on something so important as crowd size?

Not only should Don's team double down on their aggression, they should double down on their mistakes, too. And on their self-righteousness about them.

That's the only way for them to win this.

Remember, they are America.

Commander Crankshaft said...

Good news on Sessions.

I think we'll see some action now.


Not before you dismantle the courts and the entire judicial branch.

Separation of powers is a real problem. If only Trump had thought of that one beforehand.

chickelit said...

CC is beholdered to the past Administration.

chickelit said...

Last night you were out trying to convince no one that Donald Trump is an anti-Semite, based on your love for George Soros.

To night I want to hear your best arguments for why Jeff Sessions is a racist.

Commander Crankshaft said...

I didn't say anything about Trump. Are you lying or are you just that horribly inaccurate with facts? What would the Trumps think about your lies? you know, they're not too happy about liars, no matter how many lies they tell themselves.

Coretta Scott King's words can speak for Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, the Third (named after the confederate president and a general of his), but just don't make sure those words are heard on the Senate floor. The Radical Republican retrogrades will silence and censor you for mentioning them, even within the context of testimony she had given as part of the Senate's own record on it.

Mmm mmm mmm. Now even Coretta Scott King can't be quoted. Reminds me of how they shut down the UK politician for quoting Churchill.

Definitely a sign of strength, this need your people have to control everything. Definitely.

edutcher said...

Commander Crankshaft said...

Good news on Sessions.

I think we'll see some action now.


Not before you dismantle the courts and the entire judicial branch.


Last I looked the DOJ can do all kinds of investigating. Crankipants must have missed that one at Choate.

In any case, those who have been paying attention know that Trump can replace about 10% of the Federal bench in the next year and as much as half by '20.

Not to mention about half of SCUS. So he just may be able to do it.

chickelit said...

I didn't say anything about Trump. Are you lying or are you just that horribly inaccurate with facts?

You should be careful and perhaps review what you link to. I'm referring to your "third link" in the prior thread -- the one I called out.

Your whole schtick all along has been to smear Trump as an anti-Semitic bigot. You can stop now.

Commander Crankshaft said...

Last I looked the DOJ can do all kinds of investigating. Crankipants must have missed that one at Choate.

In any case, those who have been paying attention know that Trump can replace about 10% of the Federal bench in the next year and as much as half by '20.

Not to mention about half of SCUS. So he just may be able to do it.


Oh boy! What a priority!

Kind of like FDR tried except without enough popular support and through institutional means.

Steve Bannon used the correct term when he called himself a "Leninist". That's exactly what you evil fools are. Controlling the entirety of the government through any means available. These guys are replacement fanatics who don't accept the legitimacy of the views they don't share with most of the people, as well as their representatives.

A government of, by and for the control freaks - is a house self-evidently divided against itself. It will not stand.

chickelit said...

As I understand it, two other Senators read Mrs. King's letter. Warren was censured because she chose to preface her recitation with slander.

chickelit said...

Coretta Scott King's words can speak for Jefferson Beauregard Sessions, the Third (named after the confederate president and a general of his), but just don't make sure those words are heard on the Senate floor.

The old commenter, Rhythm and Balls, was always quick to distinguish what individuals had control over and what they did not (i.e., their given name).

Commander Crankshaft said...

You should be careful and perhaps review what you link to. I'm referring to your "third link" in the prior thread -- the one I called out.

Your whole schtick all along has been to smear Trump as an anti-Semitic bigot. You can stop now.


My, my. Someone's getting a little touchy.

You can stop trying to control my speech right now. Trump's efforts to do the same may energize you to try it yourself, but it will not work.

Is this the link you got all huffy and puffy about? Was it this one?

The faces of Trumpists who may not think like you, but are definitely your fellow travelers.

The efforts to squelch the reporting on them, as with everything else, will fail.

Stop hating the First Amendment. The lengths your guys feel they have to go to in dong so, on behalf of their agenda, tells you just how rotten and prone to failure it will be.

Nazis (and their ilk) love your president. Deal with it. It's just a reality. They may be a minority, but they're a very supportive and intriguing one. They can't not be reported about. Americans are as interested in figuring out that phenomenon as they are with any other so opposed to American values. You can't stop them from looking at it - as well as all the other ugliness that the Trump administration seems to be all about.

edutcher said...

Commander Crankshaft said...

Last I looked the DOJ can do all kinds of investigating. Crankipants must have missed that one at Choate.

In any case, those who have been paying attention know that Trump can replace about 10% of the Federal bench in the next year and as much as half by '20.

Not to mention about half of SCUS. So he just may be able to do it.


Oh boy! What a priority!

Kind of like FDR tried except without enough popular support and through institutional means.


That's what Trump has the ability to do. Through institutional means.

Too bad Cranki never gets beyond the 19th hole at the gated community. He might learn how much is at stake

That's exactly what you evil fools are. Controlling the entirety of the government through any means available.

No, that's Cranki's crew. We just finished 8 years of that and Dr Evil owns the Whigs as well as the Demos.

Too bad Crankipants went with the losing side.

Commander Crankshaft said...

As I understand it, two other Senators read Mrs. King's letter. Warren was censured because she chose to preface her recitation with slander.

Whatever that means.

No, you don't understand it. The gavel came down when the quote was read.

You're just making stuff up now. UNderstandable. I expect Trump expects no less of his supporters than he'd do himself.

But it's not plausible, and doesn't seem true at all.

Warren asked for clarification on reading those exact words, and chinless McConnell indicated that it was her reading of them that put in her in violation of their stupid interpretation of their stupid little rule.

Unbecoming senators preventing actual senators from reading the testimony of civil rights heroes directed at the unbecoming behaviors of other senators. You guys really lost this one, and made as close as U.S. politics gets to a martyr out of the senator from Massachusetts. Good job. This can only help us and I'm glad your guys showed what they have to resort to to get their way.

chickelit said...

None of those links. Now stop being obtuse, go back to your own comment in that thread, and find the third link. The HuffPo one.

Do I need to hold your hand?

Commander Crankshaft said...

That's what Trump has the ability to do. Through institutional means.

Too bad Cranki never gets beyond the 19th hole at the gated community. He might learn how much is at stake

That's exactly what you evil fools are. Controlling the entirety of the government through any means available.

No, that's Cranki's crew. We just finished 8 years of that and Dr Evil owns the Whigs as well as the Demos.

Too bad Crankipants went with the losing side.


Institutional means to achieve Bannon's self-proclaimed, self-admitted "Leninist" ends.

You must be proud.

This is why your party loses a margin of three million votes to the loser and can't figure out how that legitimately happened in a democratic republic.

The reason: Your side sucks. It can't win over the people, just the institutions.

You are at war against the American people. Let me know how your effort to take away their health care from 20+ million of them pans out.

Commander Crankshaft said...

None of those links. Now stop being obtuse, go back to your own comment in that thread, and find the third link. The HuffPo one.

Do I need to hold your hand?


No, you just need to say what you mean, be accurate and stop with the silliness.

So you objected to one link out of a half dozen. Oh noes.

I'm sure it wasn't the best link either. That's media for you. This guy does drastic, dramatic, self-defeating and dangerous things, and then the reporting takes off from there. Liberties taken are inevitable with stories about a guy this far off the rails. That's democracy. You can't pretend that every telling has some mythical scientific accuracy that every partisan wacko's going to agree to.

Now go read Drudge or Breitbart or some other tabloid political pornography outlet and get your "real news" there. Don't worry about Ariana Huffington, and all she learned while married to that billionaire closeted Republican.

ricpic said...

Either Trump will win or the forces of darkness will win. Me? I'm hiding in the woods.

Schmendrik will continue to stink up the joint.

edutcher said...

Commander Crankshaft said...

Nazis (and their ilk) love your president

You mean like the Leftis who Leftist anti-Semites?

Gee, looks like all the haters are on Cranki's side.

This is why your party loses a margin of three million votes to the loser and can't figure out how that legitimately happened in a democratic republic.

You mean the 3 million illegals who voted Demo last time or the 2 million corpses? Or maybe it's the other 3 million fraudulent votes cast last year.

All for Democrats, too.

Let it go, Rit, you're just making an ass of yourself.

And it's not a democratic republic, it's a federal republic (he really doesn't know anything, does he? must've inherited that place in the gated community).

Commander Crankshaft said...

The old commenter, Rhythm and Balls, was always quick to distinguish what individuals had control over and what they did not (i.e., their given name).

I think someone who takes on the third generation name of a confederate president and general and grew up in segregated schools has a special obligation to civil rights interests if he wants to overcome the legacy of such a lousy namesake and upbringing.

He has made no such special obligation anywhere near a priority in his career as he should have done so, had he wanted to overcome that.

Commander Crankshaft said...

Let it go, Rit, you're just making an ass of yourself.

You wanna take a vote on it? I mean, I know your leader isn't really a big fan of votes and agrees with your unfounded calumny about illegal votes (he must, his pathological ego demands no less). But right now he's polling at about or less than 40% approval. Pretty unprecedented, less than 30 days in.

And your link leads to "javascript:void(0);". Did you get a little trigger happy on the HTML?

If you believe that those pro-Trump Twitter defamationists and death threat levers couldn't have possibly been right-wing or pro-Trump, then who were they?

They certainly seemed to air a lot of pro-Trump sentiment.

This is not just about right or left. It's about the toxicity of the Trump movement. It has a few good ideas, a few good jolts to the system, and a lot of stinky mold.

That's just life, dude. Embrace the mold. Your guy's shedding a lot of it. It seems to keep growing back, though, for some reason.

chickelit said...

I think someone who takes on the third generation name of a confederate president and general and grew up in segregated schools has a special obligation to civil rights interests if he wants to overcome the legacy of such a lousy namesake and upbringing.

In that that vein, Barack Hussein Obama had a special obligation not to invoke or inspire Muslim sympathy. In that regard, he was an utter failure. See how that works?

chickelit said...

Especially since "Hussein" was the same name as Saddam's in the American mind.

Commander Crankshaft said...

In that that vein, Barack Hussein Obama had a special obligation not to invoke or inspire Muslim sympathy. In that regard, he was an utter failure. See how that works?

No I don't. In that vein, Donald J Trump says he wants Putin to like him. I don't think a despot like Putin needs to like any American president.

Getting back to my rebuttal, Muslim sympathy is a good thing. Muslims are people, most wouldn't hurt a fly, and there are a billion of them on the planet. They're not going to all be killed, they're not going to all be converted. They might be reformed, and that's the best we can hope for and the precedent that you have with all those violent Christians hundreds of years ago.

So yes, their sympathy is good. Yes, their religion is (in present form) toxic. And yes, most of them abroad hold to certain toxic values.

But again, your choices are either kill, convert or reform. Reform is the most sensible way.

And only sympathy from them is what's in our president's power to lead them to it. The other ways won't work and will just lead to disaster.

edutcher said...

Commander Crankshaft said...

In that vein, Donald J Trump says he wants Putin to like him.


When, exactly, did he say that because I seem to recall he said he had no inkling as to how well they'd get along and it was not a big deal to him?





Commander Crankshaft said...

When, exactly, did he say that because I seem to recall he said he had no inkling as to how well they'd get along and it was not a big deal to him?

Probably in the previous sentence. Out of the other side of his mouth.

When Trump says he "respects" Putin, then the natural human response is to seek Putin's approval. That's how people behave toward those they respect.

Republicans have to acknowledge some basic realities of human behavior and stop thinking that they can cover them up the way they do science and arithmetic. People see right through Trump's doublespeak.

chickelit said...

Equating Trump and Putin was part of the whole "Russian hacking of the election" meme. That myth was a Dem response to failure to do Electoral College math.

Commander Crankshaft said...

Ah, so either:

1. The Democrats screwed up, or -
2. The Russians have an unhealthy relationship with Trump and the way they manipulate elections.

You're making a false dichotomy.

chickelit said...

But again, your choices are either kill, convert or reform. Reform is the most sensible way.

Another choice is: Don't let the wrong ones in to begin with.

Reform?

chickelit said...

Clearly, the Dems did screw up. Hillary deliberately shunned voters in the states Trump won.

edutcher said...

Commander Crankshaft said...

When Trump says he "respects" Putin, then the natural human response is to seek Putin's approval. That's how people behave toward those they respect.

Crankipants again proves the validity of the old wheeze, Never assume because, when you assume, you make an ass of u and me.

Mostly u.

edutcher said...

Commander Crankshaft said...

But again, your choices are either kill, convert or reform

Deport also works. Crankipants thinks he can control the options.

Commander Crankshaft said...

Deport also works. Crankipants thinks he can control the options.

Not per the Constitution. And everyone knows you want a war on with every last Muslim no matter where in the globe they are, anyway.

Commander Crankshaft said...

Crankipants again proves the validity of the old wheeze, Never assume because, when you assume, you make an ass of u and me.

Mostly u.


Right. Well, the other option is that Trump is lying. Which, is, as you point out, a very likely scenario.

But no. I think he does actually respect the very Putin that he seeks the approval of. The man is a bona fide clinical narcissist who believes that might makes right.

Methadras said...

Commander Crankshaft said...

Geez Man. Spicer was the hardest-hitting grunt of them all.

They had to use a short woman to parody him. He was that that aggressive.

Who else could have gone out there the day after the inauguration and gotten into the screaming match ordered by Don on something so important as crowd size?

Not only should Don's team double down on their aggression, they should double down on their mistakes, too. And on their self-righteousness about them.

That's the only way for them to win this.

Remember, they are America.


It requires the left and the leftists to create histrionic characterizations of the people they despise. Imitation being the sincerest form of flattery. Notice how no one emulates or imitates you. I'll just leave that hanging there.