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NEWSGATE 2016: SHARYL ATTKISSON ON WIKILEAKS AND PRESS-TITUTES

Sharyl Attkisson

America’s sole remaining journalist.

Reporter Sharyl Attkisson is the Ida Tarbell of the 21st Century and may be the last actual journalist in the American media. Careers could be made covering the countless scandals of the bought and paid for criminal Hillary Clinton, but instead reporters are openly covering for her.

Sharyl Attkisson has been persecuted by the Obama Administration for uncovering some of Barack’s own crimes. Meanwhile Hillary’s supporters – better known as “accessories after the fact” – pretend it’s “brave” to obsess over Donald Trump. (By the way, America’s corporate media has made me wonder if Trump is the most honest billionaire in history given the absolute nothings that they try to make Trump “scandals” out of.)  

FOR SHARYL’S PIECE ON NEWSGATE, COMPLETE WITH NAMES CALLED OUT CLICK HERE 

FOR MY OCTOBER 2015 PREDICTIONS OF SO MUCH OF THIS YEAR’S MESS CLICK HERE

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HILLARY CLINTON FALLS TO PIECES

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“LOOK, I MADE PROMISES TO CERTAIN PEOPLE IN EXCHANGE FOR MILLIONS OF DOLLARS AND IF I DON’T GET ELECTED I CAN’T MAKE GOOD ON THOSE PROMISES! WHAT DON’T YOU PEASANTS UNDERSTAND ABOUT THAT?!” (Coughs omitted for clarity)

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, COLLEGE FOOTBALL!

Northeastern_Oklahoma_AMIt was on November 6th, 1869 that Rutgers and Princeton played the very first college football game “on the banks of the Raritan” as the Rutgers fight song says. One of the things I love about college football is how far back its history goes.

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Northeastern_Oklahoma_AMIt was on November 6th, 1869, that Rutgers and Princeton played the very first college football game “on the banks of the Raritan” as the Rutgers fight song says. One of the things I love about college football is how far back its history goes.

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DO WHAT THOU WILT SHALL BE THE WHOLE OF THE LAW …

guillotineThat famed saying attributed to Aleister Crowley nicely summarizes the position that the repulsive white collar criminals of the Democratic Party and the Republican Party are all but forcing on the rest of us. These sickening figures who spend their entire careers barely one step ahead of a criminal indictment actually think they’re fit to dictate the terms under which the rest of us are to live our lives while they slither through history circumventing those same terms.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, COLLEGE FOOTBALL!

Northeastern_Oklahoma_AMIt was on November 6th, 1869, that Rutgers and Princeton played the very first college football game “on the banks of the Raritan” as the Rutgers fight song says. One of the things I love about college football is how far back its history goes.

It feels odd to think that Ulysses S Grant was in the White House when Continue reading

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY, COLLEGE FOOTBALL!

It was on November 6th, 1869, that Rutgers and Princeton played the very first college football game “on the banks of the Raritan” as the Rutgers fight song says. One of the things I love about college football is how far back its history goes. It feels odd to think that Ulysses S Grant was Continue reading

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