Jeff Sessions resigned as Attorney General this week at the behest of President Trump, and a couple of Dems did major flip-flops.
Let’s start with Sen. Kamala Harris from last year:
And Sen. Kamala Harris this week after Sessions was let go:
Let’s move on to the House of Representatives, where Rep. Jerrold Nadler had this opinion of Sessions last year:
And fast forward to this week after Sessions did exactly what Nadler asked him to do:
Their BS is so obvious it’s hilarious.
And repeating DNC talking points aren’t “questions”
Did you see CNN’s Jim Acosta get smacked down after doing his usual shtick at a Trump press conference yesterday? He also tried to keep an aide from taking back the microphone to hand it to somebody else:
For starters, Jim Acosta isn’t a “reporter” because he editorializes constantly, spouting DNC talking points poorly disguised as questions. In any case, the White House yanked Resistance Cronkite’s press credentials:
And with that, many “journalists” (the media have been so ridiculous these last two years the quote marks should be required by law) were defending Acosta on constitutional grounds, starting with the Godfather of Fake News, Dan Rather:
Sorry Dan, but the American press remains as free as it was the day you used your First Amendment right as a reporter to push bogus documents in an attempt to sway a presidential election just days before it took place. Sit down.
Others also weighed in:
Even Jeb Bush got in on the act:
Like I said before, Acosta does not ask questions — he makes political statements on behalf of Democrats. And there is no First Amendment right to grandstand in the White House.
Not long ago I ran across this, and it’s just perfect:
All together now: “JOURNALISM!”
More from the Daily Caller:
Brenda Battel, a reporter for Huron Daily Tribune, left the voicemail on James’s campaign offices phone number at 3:40 PM Monday, requesting the interview for Wednesday, the day after the Nov. 6 midterm elections. In the voicemail, she expresses her interest in interviewing James, believes she hung up the phone, and then goes on to curse about a possible James victory, saying she doesn’t think it will happen.
“Hi, my name is Brenda Battel, I’m a reporter with the Huron Daily Tribune in Bad Axe, Michigan,” Battel said in the voicemail.
“I’m looking to set up an appointment with Mr. James for some time on Wednesday for a phone interview regarding the election results,” Battel continued. “I’m probably going to send an email over to the firstname.lastname@example.org with some details. Um, if you’d like to call me back, my number is … extension … Thank you.”
Battel attempts to hang up after giving her number, but the phone remains connected.
“Man, if he beats her… Jesus! Fucking John James. That would suck! Whew I don’t think it’s going to happen though,” Battel continued.
According to most polls (and 2016 taught everybody how worthless those can be) Stabenow still holds a fairly solid lead over James, but with any luck it turns out the other way just to make some “journalists” heads explode — in a totally objective and unbiased way of course.
Bill and Hillary Clinton are fresh out of political influence to peddle, but lucky for them they can still count on many superfans shelling out big money to hear their tales, proving yet again that fools and their money are easily parted. Check out some of the ticket prices:
Resale tickets to the Clintons’ upcoming speaking tour “An Evening with the Clintons” are going for nearly $2,000 on StubHub as of Sunday afternoon.
Orchestra seats for the tour at New York’s Beacon Theater on April 11, 2019, are going for $1,712.37, while the cheapest seats for that tour date have a listing price of $136, according to the ticket resale website.
The cheapest face value tickets for the Vancouver, Canada, event on May 2, 2019, are going for CA $111.70 per ticket while floor seats for the event at Rogers Center cost CA $981.54 per ticket, according to Ticketmaster.
The tour, which will go through 13 cities and kicks off November 27 in Toronto, Canada, is being billed by promoter Live Nation as a “one-of-a-kind conversation with two individuals who have helped shape our world and had a front seat to some of the most important moments in modern history.”
Imagine paying that much to hear a man accused of sexual predation and the woman who helped him smear his accusers try and take the moral high ground on feminism, all while inventing excuse after excuse for why Hillary lost the election. I’d sooner have root canal without painkiller — and it would be cheaper.
This just cracks me up, because it’s peak CNN. And notice how Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum’s mother plays along until the reporter asked for her name:
Funny how they just happened to find the one random person who happened to be the Dem candidate’s mother.
Obama spoke at the rally in Florida, and there’s proof-positive that he’s very persuasive in getting moms to vote for their own sons. Somewhere Chris Matthews is getting another thrill up his leg.
Every now and then Dem flacks just flat-out admit what they’re all about, and it’s not good:
On MSNBC this morning, former chairman of the DNC Howard Dean was on Morning Joe to talk about the upcoming midterm elections and said that the horrific anti-Semitic slayings in Pittsburgh have “energized” Democrats for the vote.
“I do think there is a tendency towards voting Democratic,” he continued. “And I think Democrats are a lot more energized, particularly, I hate to say this, after the shootings in Pittsburgh which, where Trump really showed his true colors, and then went right back to demonizing Jews shortly after the shooting.”
In trying to say Trump showed his true colors, Dean showed the Dems’ true colors, which are a deep shade of despicable:
Stay classy, Howard.