Rachel Maddow’s boss and fans upset with micro aggression by Brian Williamss

It’s fun seeing MSNBC eat their own. Why they keep Brian Williams around, the serial misrememberer, is a puzzle. Apparently he hangs around the break room just in case there really is so called breaking news. So he got his chance and apparently forgot it was Madcow’s show. Anywho, her snowflake fans went nuts that their Marxist star suffered a micro aggression. Here goes:

Shortly before 11 P.M.,  Maddow gave her final thoughts on the evening’s events before signing off. Williams said, “Thanks for everything tonight. Glad you were a part of our coverage.”

One network source quoted in the Post expressed anger that Williams “patronized” Maddow by thanking her for “visiting” her own program. However, he said, “everything,” not “visiting.”

According to the Post, MSNBC president Phil Griffin ripped Williams for his behavior.

“Phil gave Brian a very stern rebuke, telling him, ‘Don’t you ever do that again.’ But Rachel didn’t seem bothered by it and just laughed it off,” a source said.

The Post reports:

Fans of Maddow — who has been enjoying a massive ratings surge recently — erupted on ­social media, also accusing MSNBC of being sexist by bringing in a male anchor to break the big news on Maddow’s 9 p.m. show when she could have handled it better herself.

To make matters worse, wily Williams also made a moron of himself by repeatedly referring to the bombs as “beautiful” on the April 6 broadcast.

A source at the network said, “Not only did Brian go way over the top with his coverage of the missile strike, he then totally patronized Rachel by thanking her for ‘visiting’ her own show and being ‘a part’ of his ‘beautiful’ coverage! Has he not learned anything from ‘Misremember-gate’?” H/T:Free Beacon/

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Gutfeld: Maddow falls for Trump’s baited trap – video

This is one of the more hilarious pieces Gutfeld from “The Five” has put together. It takes a lot for my funny bone to get tickled, but for anyone who endured Madcow’s great reveal, I am sure will enjoy this.

When the left lose their minds, the president wins. Greg Gutfeld, Eric Bolling, Dana Perino, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Juan Williams.
Fox News: The Five.

Barack Obama’s Surveillance Society

Yesterday I posted a story Obama” ‘Prolonged Detention”, otherwise known as FEMA Camps. Even Rachael Maddow took him on. He posited that it was now permissible to detain without trial as a preemptive move.Now on to part two. Before we get to the heart of the matter via the video, here is a bit of History.

From August, 2012 post: Obama fights injunction against unlawful detention of U.S. citizens

Obama fights the preliminary injunction granted to American Citizens against unlawful imprisonment. But Obama is not through with us yet. They are fighting it big time, and the rationale gets even more creepy. The argument goes something like this, if we are thrown in jail, we can always appeal, even though it may take years to prove our innocence. Guilty until proven otherwise, typical Marxist justice.

On May 16th,federal judge Kathleen Forrest granted a preliminary injunction to plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed against Barack Obama and the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (NDAA),striking down those sections of the Act that provide the president the power to indefinitely detain American citizens without benefit of their 5th and 6th Amendment rights. As a reminder, keep in mind it was Obama that insisted that the language in the NDAA bill include Citizens:Obama lies-he insisted that detention of Americans be in defense bill

“But… It was his administration that insisted that the language be included in the bill”.

From the video: Senator Carl Levin (D-Mich.) told Congress recently that under the original wording of the National Defense Authorization Act, American citizens were excluded from the provision that allowed for detention. Once Obama’s officials saw the text though, says Levin, “the administration asked us to remove the language which says that US citizens and lawful residents would not be subject to this section.”

Under the terms of the Act,Obama had been given exclusive authority to direct members of the US military to arrest and imprison anyone he believed to have “substantially supported” al Qaeda,the Taliban,or “associated forces.” When pressed by plaintiff’s attorneys about the practical extent of this authority,government lawyers admitted “…the NDAA does give the president the power to lock up people like journalist Chris Hedges and peaceful activists,” admitting that “…even war correspondents could be locked up indefinitely under the NDAA.”

Yet incredibly,when pressed on the issue,this Obama mouthpiece suggested to Judge Forrest that concerns about the president’s detention powers were excessive as American citizens would,after all,have the ability to file a writ of habeas corpus should they be illegally or improperly jailed! “How long does [such a] petition take,” asked Forrest? When Torrance refused to answer,the Judge continued,“Several years,right”? (In Yesterday’s post, Obama seemed to think that ten years might be about right) -prolonged detention. Keep that phrase in mind.

Keep this in mind:

On July 2nd, 2008—Obama delivered a speech in Boulder, Colorado in which he promised the creation and establishment of a “Civilian National Security Force.” He further promised it would be “just as powerful, just as strong, just as well funded as the US Military.”

It is well known amongst dictators, the world over, that a private army is necessary to control the great unwashed masses over which they force their rule.

We have seen Obama steadily assume dictatorial powers over apathetic Americans in just four and a half years. He has all but hushed the people’s voice in government, the US Congress, by simply by-passing them and ruling by executive order—just like any other two-bit dictator. Some feel even the US Supreme Court has lost the steel from its collective spine under withering pressure from our budding domestic dictator, Obama.
If one did not know better, one would think there is a move afoot to institute a complete Marxist insurgency in America with Obama at the top—and —at the leading edge.
“The things done in every Marxist insurgency are being done in America today.” … Retired Lt. General William G.”Jerry” Boykin says in a new video he has just released . Boykin is a decorated former Delta Force Commander, US Deputy Under Secretary for Defense, and a recipient of the Purple Heart

Maddow Uncovers Republican Conspiracy to Only Let Voters Vote

I just love it when Rach takes a step out on the ledge that reveals the smug little twit is just that. I really don’t have the stomach to watch her pompous little arrogant face. But hey, News Real did it for me. Go to their blog if you can’t take more than a couple of minutes of her. A fun read. We need to have a smile now and then! Here tis:

Rachel Maddow’s Conspiracy of the Night on Thursday revealed a sinister play by Republicans to suppress Democrat voters.  Horrors!  Was it to stand outside the polls with weapons like this guy and yell at people?  Maybe it was to employ German shepherds like this prominent Democrat did?

Nope, it’s worse.  In order for Republicans to allow you to vote you must:

  1. Prove who you are.
  2. Register in time so election officials can prove that’s really who you are.
  3. Not be a convicted felon.

Pass the smelling salts!  It’s practically a return to the days of the poll tax!  So why are Democrats so dead set on having people without identification vote?  Hmmmm

A great analysis and more at News Real Blog

Rachel Maddow Reports From Kandahar; Dons a Hijab

Well did you ever think? Just when the “no no” press from Gates, Maddow springs into action. Nice. I look forward to fair and balanced reporting.

For experts she refers to Andrew Sullivan and Glenn Greenwald, the latter who writes:

So between Afghanistan and Pakistan combined, there are a few hundred Al Qeada members total. All of this ongoing war and those hundreds of billions of dollars spent and those deaths and the decade of occupation, and those bombings and shootings and drone attacks and lawless prisons and habeas-stripping court precedents: it’s all (ostensibly) for a few hundred extremists total hiding in remote tribal areas. A few hundred.

Hey, it only took 19 to bring down the World Trade Center, and just 10 Lashkar terrorists completely demobilized Mumbai, but who’s counting? Of course, Greenwald’s expertise is constitutional law, not AFPAK, but when your conclusions fit the nihilist media meme you get marquee treatment on MSNBC.

read the rest of the story here at americianpowerblog

Clinton Parallels Okie Bombing with Today

So  Clinton is joining the MSM in ginning up the concept that those who oppose our arrogant egotistical leader are to be feared. A steady drumbeat by Rachael Maddow of the forthcoming tapes of McVeigh to be shown, will confirm that we are “to be afraid, very afraid” of the coming revolution. Maddow, with her jaw set, looking down into the camera, lips pursed, brow furrowed, intones in a monotone voice, “this is a reminder of what is out there”. For myself, I have found the Tea  Party folks to be a happy hopeful lot. Looking forward to the coming election, and once again restoring America to all that she can be. While I have not been to all meetings, I have yet to see anything that would signal an upcoming coup de tat.

With the 15th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing approaching, former President Bill Clinton on Thursday drew parallels between the antigovernment tone that preceded that devastating attack and the political tumult of today, saying government critics must be mindful that angry words can stir violent actions.

“Because of the Internet, there is this vast echo chamber and our advocacy reaches into corners that never would have been possible before,” said Mr. Clinton, who said political messages are now able to reach those who are both “serious and seriously disturbed.”

“There can be real consequences when what you say animates people who do things you would never do,” Mr. Clinton said in an interview, saying that Timothy McVeigh, who carried out the Oklahoma City bombing, and those who assisted him, “were profoundly alienated, disconnected people who bought into this militant antigovernment line.”

The former president said the potential for stirring a violent response might be even greater now with the reach of the Internet and other common ways of communication that did not exist on April 19, 1995, when the building was struck. http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/16/us/politics/16clinton.html


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