Aug 25, 201601:54 PMBlaska's Bring It!
with David Blaska
Election junkies feast on junk food news
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Hillary is a man, baby!
My source is even more reliable than international man of mystery Austin Powers. Now you know what the lamestream media won’t tell you about this hermaphroditic Democrat. Start tweeting now.
Take that Breitbart, Prntly, Trumpity, and collaborators in the Alt Right universe! For it is, indeed, an alternate universe. One that makes the Trekkie conventions look like the chamber of commerce.
- Muslim interloper Barack Hussein Obama has signed an executive order banning the Pledge of Allegiance in schools nationwide, according to ABC News. Oh, wait, it’s actually abcnews.com.co. Clever!
- A web site claims Dem vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine is in an “open marriage.” (Debunked here.)
- Lie factory “Prntly” claims that Rick Perry will challenge Ted Cruz in 2018. (“A made-up news website run by an ex-convict finds success,” reports the Washington Post.)
Get in my belly!
Gresham’s law applies to information as well as currency. Bad information drives out good information. Shades of Freddie Krueger that the Republican nominee has tapped the head of Breitbart to run his campaign.
Breitbart focused its death ray on Paul Ryan who, somehow, became its arch-nemesis. It’s no accident that Donald Trump dissed Ryan a week before the primary, apparently clueless that Ryan is immensely popular in Wisconsin (and, apparently, in the nation; House Republicans chose him as their leader). He buried his primary challenger Aug. 8 by an 84%–16% margin.
But “if you get your news from certain conservative media outlets, that came as a surprise,” Charlie Sykes has written.
The latest conspiracy is that Hillary Clinton is clinging to life. Kept alive by surreptitious injections of a wonder drug by that Man in Black who shadows her every move. Wearing Depends. This lie is promoted by the shameless sycophant Sean Hannity and others.
(Trumpity “showed a video of a supposed possible seizure that was in fact a comical gesture Mrs. Clinton was making to reporters,” the New York Times noted.)