The Deep State Propaganda Machine At Work

I regularly document how the New York Times blatantly misinforms their readers about climate.  They are getting just as desperate with their attempt to overthrow the president, accusing him of divulging classified information to the Russians.

Rod Rosenstein Suggested Secretly Recording Trump and Discussed 25th Amendment – The New York Times

The information was about an ISIS plot, and the New York Times cited an anonymous (of course) official as saying it could damage US/Israeli relations. There was nothing inappropriate about what the president did, and he has the best relations with Israel of any president. The claim above “divulged classified intelligence to Russians in the Oval Office” is just another desperate smear attempt.

Israel Said to Be Source of Secret Intelligence Trump Gave to Russians – The New York Times

Then the New York Times article makes Rosenstein look like an innocent victim of his own anti-Comey memo, saying “he feared he had been used.”  This is the exact opposite of what occurred. Rosenstein prepared the memo to set up the president, get Comey fired, and then use it as the excuse to appoint Mueller.

Here is what the New York Times wrote at the time of the firing, in article titled “Deputy Attorney General’s Memo Breaks Down Case Against Comey”

Deputy Attorney General’s Memo Breaks Down Case Against Comey – The New York Times

I don’t know what they are worried about though. According to the New York Times, Manhattan drowned 70 years ago, and the North Pole has been ice-free for almost 20 years.

May 30, 1947 – NYTimes.com

Ages-Old Icecap at North Pole Is Now Liquid, Scientists Find – The New York Times

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22 Responses to The Deep State Propaganda Machine At Work

  1. frederik wisse says:

    The message is quite clear , thank you Tony .
    Trump nowadays has faced more intrigues than Louis Quatorze ,but he lacked at least 16 secret service oganisations .

  2. Colorado Wellington says:

    Ronald Reagan: “But Dick, the Soviets do lie and steal and cheat, don’t they?”
    Richard Allen: “Yes sir, they do.”
    Ronald Reagan: “I thought so.”

    Just replace “Soviets” with “Progressives” and you won’t be far off.

  3. RAH says:

    There is not doubt and I’m confident the real depths collusion and conspiracy is going to be exposed in a way that it never has before as long as Republicans can hold their majorities.

  4. Richard Greene says:

    The New York Slimes had previously loved Rosenstein
    for firing Comey, who Shrillary thinks caused her to
    lose the election (Excuse 7b) … but mainly for appointing
    Mueller to investigate Trump, and everyone around him,
    probably forever.

    So I wondered why the Slimes would suddenly turn on
    Rosenstein, and get him in trouble — the answer is obvious
    — they want Trump to explode in anger, fire Rosenstain
    before the 2018 election, and by firing yet another
    person he appointed, make Trump look like he overreacted
    without enough thinking, and mainly make Republicans
    that Trump supports lose in November.

    The Slimes will do and write anything to damage Trump,
    or at least anger him.

    Truth is not a leftist value.

  5. Johansen says:

    And people still DEVOUR the NYT every day, word-by-word, like it’s the Rosetta stone.
    Sad thing is, the Wall St. Journal is morphing into the NYT now; I can barely stand reading it. One would think they would be cheering the country’s new direction, with the Dow Jones at 26,000+

  6. Texas sharpshooter says:

    Why fire RodRo? He’s a rat lookng for a place to rest. He may resign with pension intact, meh. I am sure he will soon evince total loyalty to The Stable Genius and try to live out his days in peace.

    I am convinced that Hurricaine Donald is forming right now off the coast of Africa and is bringing a shyte-storm to the mid Atlantic seaboard this month of October. The declassifications combined with patriots filling parking lots outside SRO Trump rallies in red states with blue senators is a perfect storm for our enemies.

    “When you strike at a king you must kill him.” They failed in this, called down the thunder and now they got it. Texas’ 19the Senate district, blue for more than 100 years, 73% black and hispanic, won by Pete Flores (R). And it wasn’t really close. We will soon be listening to the lamentations of our enemies.

  7. Charlie says:

    The New York Times would love to create a “crisis” whereby Trump is accused of meddling with the Mueller investigation by firing Rosenstein. Especially just before the election. Two principles to remember. Who benefits, and follow the money.

  8. GCsquared says:

    Um, didn’t anyone notice that the President has the RIGHT to decide when divulging classified material is in the national interest? Don’t like it? Too bad.

    The “estimate” that Russia has “interfered” with our elections sure has got some great mileage. The Russophobic innuendo has weakened Trump, shattered any chance of rapprochement with Russia, and the imperial sanctions policies against Russian goods are destroying diplomatic relations with China and India. All on innuendo. I’m still waiting for the Concord Management vs. Mueller dispute to come to a head.

    It’s put Trump in a box, to the point where Brennan can shamelessly accuse Trump of treason for meeting with Putin, and no one bats an aye.

  9. Anon says:

    Trump should just make CAGW a classified matter that can’t be divulged and that would be the end of it.

  10. angech says:

    Trump delaying release at behest of 2 foreign governments.
    Presume Australia protecting the fishnet stockings Alexander Downer and either Great Britain or Israel as both involved in setting up Papadopoulos sting.
    Funny that no one cares who the two countries are and more importantly why they were so scared at the release of the documents to make such an extraordinary request.

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