God Emperor Trump Scores with Greatest Presser of All Time

Although I didn’t watch the entire Trump press conference, which just concluded a few minutes ago, I did see a good part of it.

Trump was cool but firm and in charge.

Liberals at Twitter have gone insane with their hatred of Trump, as evidenced by #trumppressconference.

The hundreds, if not thousands of negative comments by liberals are both unintelligent and indicative of some sort of mental disturbance.


During President-elect Donald Trump’s press conference today, Trump took aim at “fake news” regarding the release of an unverified dossier by Buzzfeed, calling them a “failing piece of garbage.” Following that, he ended up getting into an argument with a CNN reporter, who he also called out during the presser over their report on a two-page synopsis they claim was presented to Trump.

With Trump looking to call on other reporters, Jim Acosta yelled out, “Since you are attacking us, can you give us a question?”

“Not you,” Trump said. “Your organization is terrible!”

Acosta pressed on, “You are attacking our news organization, can you give us a chance to ask a question, sir?” Trump countered by telling him “don’t be rude.”

“I’m not going to give you a question,” Trump responded. “I’m not going to give you a question. You are fake news!”

Watch the full presser here:

The president-elect approaches the podium at approximately 18 minutes and 20 seconds into the video.

Facebook, Twitter, Google and Microsoft team up to tackle extremist content


Many news organizations are spinning this story to say that “terrorist” content is the target of this joint effort.

The Guardian is more honest, referring to the targeted content as “extremist.”

Extremists could mean anything, but more likely means conservative, race realist, white nationalist, and alt-right content.

Earlier this week, there was a story about Twitter banning that far-right racist named Donald Trump.

Excerpt from The Guardian

Google, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft have pledged to work together to identify and remove extremist content on their platforms through an information-sharing initiative.

The companies are to create a shared database of unique digital fingerprints – known as “hashes” – for images and videos that promote terrorism. This could include terrorist recruitment videos or violent terrorist imagery or memes. When one company identifies and removes such a piece of content, the others will be able to use the hash to identify and remove the same piece of content from their own network.

“We hope this collaboration will lead to greater efficiency as we continue to enforce our policies to help curb the pressing global issue of terrorist content online,” said the companies in a shared statement.

Because the companies have different policies on what constitutes terrorist content, they will start by sharing hashes of “the most extreme and egregious terrorist images and videos” as they are most likely to violate “all of our respective companies” content policies, they said.

The precise technical details remain to be established, said Facebook, although the approach echoes that adopted to tackle child sexual abuse imagery. The same companies use the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children’s PhotoDNA technology, developed by Microsoft, to identify images of child sexual abuse. However, with PhotoDNA the images are categorized centrally by law enforcement and the technology companies are legally obliged to remove the content.

Earlier this year Hany Farid, the computer scientist who helped develop PhotoDNA, proposed a sister program for extremist content. He teamed up with the Counter Extremism Project to develop a system that could proactively flag extremist photos, videos and audio clips as they are posted online.

“We are happy to see this development. It’s long overdue,” he told the Guardian, explaining that he has been in conversations with Facebook and Microsoft since January.

Despite welcoming the announcement he remained cautious, particularly because of the lack of an impartial body to monitor the database: “There needs to be complete transparency over how material makes it into this hashing database and you want people who have expertise in extremist content making sure it’s up to date. Otherwise you are relying solely on the individual technology companies to do that.”

The strength of PhotoDNA comes from the single central database, he said. “If it’s removed from one site, it’s removed everywhere. That’s incredibly powerful. It’s less powerful if it gets removed from Facebook and not from Twitter and YouTube.

“What we want is to eliminate this global megaphone that social media gives to groups like Isis. This doesn’t get done by writing a press release.”

Technology companies have been under pressure from governments around the world over the spread of extremist propaganda online from terror networks such as Isis.

I can’t say for sure how ISIS will be treated, but our beloved Pepe, that extremist of extreme frogs, will be the first to go.

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Facebook’s ridiculous inconsistent policies make it a prime candidate for becoming the new Myspace. Many are setting up Gab accounts as an alternative to Twitter.

Trump should sue these companies for their monopolies.

Truth like this example is what these companies don’t want you to know:

They want you to think this is truth:

American Vet Responds to the Wrath of Khan with Passion and Logic


Khizr Khan continues to engage in ad hominem attacks against Donald Trump.

The truth about Khan’s ties to Saudi Arabia and the Clinton Foundation are starting to seep out in the alternative press, while CNN, et. al., ignore that truth.

Khan has been elevated by the MSM to god status, while Trump is denigrated for mildly critiquing Khan’s numerous and unjustifiable claims about Trump.

Here, a former American soldier goes through the obligatory (but obnoxious) worship of Khan’s son. Skipping that part of the letter, we are left with the airtight logic that Khan’s views are dangerous and if followed would see thousands of Americans dead at the hands of Muslim terrorists at home.

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But, there are many Muslims in America who not only have no desire to assimilate, but wish to live under Sharia Law.

That is unacceptable to Americans. There is only one law of the land. That is the U.S. Constitution.

As you well know, Mr. Khan, we live in violent times, dangerous times. Muslim madmen from ISIS and other radical Jihadi groups are on a murder and terror spree across the globe.

Your religion of peace, Islam, is anything but that in 2016. That is a fact that is confirmed every time a Muslim shoots, bombs, beheads and tortures innocent men, women and children. This does not mean that every Muslim is a terrorist, but most terrorists, sir, are indeed Muslims.

A Muslim terrorist attack has become the sign of the times.

Regardless of what the feckless, naïve, leftist ideologue Barack Obama and his dimwitted colleagues John Kerry, Francois Hollande and Angela Merkel state, the United States and the West are at war with Radical Islam. It is the job of the president of the United States to protect his nation from all enemies; foreign and domestic. Unfortunately, Mr. Obama romanticizes Islam and refuses to accept reality, which has resulted in the deaths of thousands of innocent people across the world.

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Black Reporter Fabricated Quotes, Invented Sources Including Major Story about Alleged White Supremacist Shooter Dylann Roof

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Well, the mainstream press needs good liars, not bad liars like Juan Thompson, shown above. The black reporter did things the lazy man’s way, by making up sh*t. He’s been outed now. Hopefully, he’s headed for the unemployment line.

But what do you expect from an affirmative action hire?

Stay skeptical, my friends–very, very skeptical.


The Intercept disclosed today that a former reporter for the national-security focused website fabricated quotes and invented sources for a number of stories published last year. According to a post published on Tuesday afternoon by editor-in-chief Betsy Reed, that reporter, Juan Thompson, went so far as to register fake email addresses, including one in Reed’s own name, to deceive his editors about the extent of his fabrications:

An investigation into Thompson’s reporting turned up three instances in which quotes were attributed to people who said they had not been interviewed. In other instances, quotes were attributed to individuals we could not reach, who could not remember speaking with him, or whose identities could not be confirmed. In his reporting Thompson also used quotes that we cannot verify from unnamed people whom he claimed to have encountered at public events. Thompson went to great lengths to deceive his editors, creating an email account to impersonate a source and lying about his reporting methods.
Shortly before Reed’s post, The Intercept prepended lengthy editor’s notes to five of Thompson’s prior articles. Four of the notes amount to severe corrections; the fifth, attached to an article containing quotes attributed to a cousin of the white supremacist Dylann Roof, indicates a total retraction: “After speaking with two members of Dylann Roof’s family, The Intercept can no longer stand by the premise of this story. Both individuals said that they do not know of a cousin named Scott Roof.”

In the now-retracted article, Thompson had claimed that “Scott Roof” had speculated during a phone conversation that Dylann Roof may been driven to murder nine black churchgoers at a Charleston, South Carolina church because “he kind of went over the edge when a girl he liked starting dating a black guy two years back.” Thompson’s report was picked up by dozens of other news outlets.

Kudos to the Intercept for exposing the fraud among their staff. A lot of this type of thing is quietly covered up.

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Trump Backlash Explodes Worldwide While The Donald Keeps The Pressure On


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What I’ve done in this post is put together a roundup of the news relating to Donald Trump. In just over 900 words, you’ll get a comprehensive review of how the left operates to destroy anyone who tells the truth.

Like no one in my memory Trump makes news simply by saying things that are common sensical. Likewise, he draws more fire than anyone. Go, Trump. Keep telling the truth, no matter how much they try to portray you as the new Hitler and the Son of Satan.

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“They have sections in Paris that are radicalised, where the police refuse to go there. They’re petrified. The police refuse to go in there.

“We have places in London and other places that are so radicalised that the police are afraid for their own lives. We have to be very smart and very vigilant.”

Trump is being mocked for telling this truth. Many who go to Paris and London ask “Where are the French? Where are the British? I didn’t travel thousands of miles to visit a turd world sh*thole.”

The Metropolitan Police issued a sharp reply to Mr Trump’s claims and said: “We would not normally dignify such comments with a response, however on this occasion we think it’s important to state to Londoners that Mr Trump could not be more wrong.

Haha. The British police are comedians now.


Let’s go on. There’s so much more.

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