From the White House to the Warehouse: Conflicting Reports About Hillary Clinton’s Book Signing in Costco

The press is telling the world how great Hillary Clinton’s book signings have been going. I don’t know if you saw it, but Amazon deleted all the one star reviews of What Happened?

It seems everyone is in on the narrative.

Except Laura Loomer.

Well, that’s not a very nice Tweet, Laura.

But have no fear, America, the “real” journalists will polish up Hilliturd Clinton.

The Hartford Courant, contrary to Laura Loomer’s Tweet, reports that 1,000 people showed up at the Brookfield Connecticut Costco to meet and greet Hillary Clinton on Saturday.

The Courant’s story tells a tale of a public that admires Mrs. Clinton enough to camp out overnight in the Costco parking lot to be first in line.

At the head of a serpentine line of Hillary Clinton supporters, Tony Bosco-Schmidt had 18 hours to practice what he’d say when he met the former presidential candidate at his local Costco in Brookfield.

“I hear we have seven seconds,” Bosco-Schmidt said before settling on “Thank you. Thank you for your service, and I admire you.”

Bosco-Schmidt joined more than a 1,000 others at his local Costco Saturday for the chance for a brief conversation and to get a signed copy of Clinton’s new book, “What Happened,” about the 2016 presidential campaign. Clinton’s 15-city book tour came to Connecticut after starting in New York this week.

Meanwhile, at The Gateway Pundit this was the headline:

LOL. Hillary Holds Book Signing in Costco Milk Aisle – Protesters Scream ‘Hillary For Prison!’ (VIDEO)

The Pundit’s story offers a series of Laura Loomer Tweets which claim to tell the real story.

Between the mainstream legacy media and Laura Loomer, I believe the nice Jewish lady.

Uh, NO! (((Laura Loomer))) Is Dating Neo-Nazi Baked Alaska Who Once Trolled Her with Gas Chamber Meme

It looks like the alt-right’s Baked Alaska (a FBI plant?) and Laura Loomer teamed up to fool the world into thinking a Nazi and a Jewess could have a love affair.

Alas, it was all for publicity.

Shame on you two kids for fooling us. We were already planning your wedding in our minds.

Jewish Forward

Laura Loomer, the young Jewish voice of the far-right, says she has struck up an unlikely romance with Tim Gionet — the online troll better known as Baked Alaska who previously tweeted a picture of Loomer in a gas chamber.

“Isn’t it a cute love story?” Loomer wrote in a message to the Forward. “Alt Right leader falls for a Jewess. Better than notebook.”

And now Gionet is apologizing to his followers for his past behavior — claiming it’s Loomer who cured him of his bigotry.

Loomer says that she and Gionet started messaging each other recently and their relationship, such as it is, consists mostly of sending memes to each other on Twitter. The two have only actually met once — months ago at an “alt-right” rally in Washington, D.C.

“He’s super into me,” Loomer wrote.

The relationship was widely dismissed as an elaborate joke by Twitter users — both characters are famous for their trolling — but Loomer sought to convince the Forward that it is the real deal. “We just started talking a lot and I told him he should work on himself,” Loomer said.

UPDATE, 7:55pm: Gionet now denies that he and Loomer are dating — and is celebrating the entire thing as a prank. Loomer did not immediately respond to the news that her would-be boyfriend is denying that they’re together.

MSNBC Negress Says NOW is Worst Time in History to be Alive Because of Trump

JOY REID. HER “JOURNALISM” IS BASHING TRUMP.

Here’s another example of the nonsense that comes out of the mouths of so-called respectable, educated Negros. No one can beat Al Sharpton for stupidity, but Joy Reid is giving it a try.

Fox News

Cavemen faced a daily struggle for survival against the elements, starvation and predators. In one seven-year stretch in the Middle Ages, a fifth of the world’s population died of the plague known as Black Death. Just last century, fascist dictators killed more than 100 million people.

Yet, “the worst time to be a human,” according to MSNBC’s Joy Reid, is right now. And it is all because of one man: President Trump. The current occupant of the White House, Reid believes, has made life on Planet Earth more intolerable than it has ever been for those of us who walk upright and have opposable thumbs. At a time when media hyperventilating over Trump has become downright boring, Reid, host of “AM Joy” and a frequent commentator on the cable network, has managed to redefine hyperbole.

In an interview with Vulture that was published on Monday, Reid referred to the Trump administration as “the apocalypse,” though the author made sure to note she was “half” joking. However, there was no mention of joking satire when the MSNBC host was asked how she feels about her increased ratings during the Trump era.

“I’ve said to people that this is probably the greatest time to be a journalist, and the worst time to be a human,” Reid told Vulture.

CNN Reporter Told Off by Hysterical Houston Negress (Twitter Video)

Hahahahaha. Nice job CNN. #fakenews

The Trickle-Up Theory Of White Nationalist Thought

Jared Taylor battles it out in words with the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) and the Jewish Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in a recent article. The journalist who investigated White Nationalism plays it pretty straight, unlike the typical fake news reporting done by CNN et. al.

The only argument besides labeling race realists as racists that the SPLC is able to make is very weak. Specifically, it claims that Jared lays the intellectual foundation for violence carried out by “White Supremacists.”

Somehow, people can watch horrifying violence in Hollyweird movies and remain calm, but a page of IQ studies that show black IQ to be lower than white IQ sets off the white man to go out and beat up an African-American person. Obviously, where the SPLC would like to go with that nonsense is putting writers like Jared in prison.

This is a long piece and it covers familiar ground, but Jared’s rational mind shines brightly. Even if you think he’s controlled opposition, he’s still able to articulate the notion that white people have rights that are being violated by our government.

KUOW

Jared Taylor was not in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. But Taylor, one of the leading voices for white rights in the country, says it was clear what really happened at that rally.

“Anyone who wishes to speak in the name of whites is subject to the heckler’s veto,” said Taylor, founder of the white advocacy website American Renaissance. “There would have been no violence, no problems of any kind if people had not shown up as counterdemonstrators, many of them wearing helmets, wielding batons, wearing shields, shouting for the death of the demonstrators. … This is not something that was provoked by the presence of racially conscious whites. It was something that was provoked by people who hate any white person who has a racial consciousness.”

Two days later, President Trump, in one of his most controversial press conferences to date, described the events — at which hundreds of white protesters gathered for the so-called “Unite the Right” rally and after which a white nationalist sympathizer drove his car into a crowd, killing a counterdemonstrator — in a similar way.

“Let me ask you this,” Trump told reporters Tuesday. “What about the fact that [counterdemonstrators] came charging, with clubs in their hands, swinging clubs? Do they have any problem? I think they do. … You had a group on one side that was bad and you had a group on another side that was also very violent. And nobody wants to say that. But I’ll say it right now.”

Taylor is among a group of educated, white-identity advocates who, critics say, normalize the ideas of white supremacy by couching them in language that doesn’t sound overtly racist. In doing so, those critics say, people like Taylor, authors Kevin MacDonald and Peter Brimelow, and “Unite the Right” organizers Jason Kessler and Richard Spencer sanitize racist tropes to make them palatable to a broad audience, including the upper reaches of the political mainstream.

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Feminist Reporter in a Snit Over Rush’s “Infobabe” Nickname

The articles at the New Republic make the reporting at Huffington Post look like the Daily Stormer in comparison. There’s more liberal whining and biased fake news than it’s possible to imagine.

One piece that caught my eye was written by a feminist reporter whining about Rush Limbaugh’s use of the term “infobabe.”

With all the serious issues in the world–North Korea, racial turmoil, the Middle East–the New Republic published a very ineffective hit piece on Rush.

I’ve condensed it to less than 500 words. It really seems like a pointless article. No one thinks Rush is cruel, vicious, or mean. The main thing the article proves is that feminists will go out of their way to complain about trivialities.

New Republic

New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd noted back in 1993 that Limbaugh “calls women who work for newspapers ‘reporterettes’ and women who work on television ‘info-babes.’”

Clearly, Limbaugh no longer limits his use of “infobabe” to female cable news personalities. There’s me, as well as Darlene Superville from the Associated Press, author and roving columnist Nicole Hemmer, Los Angeles Times columnist Meghan Daum, and Katie Couric, most recently of Yahoo! News. Limbaugh has used the term at least two dozen times since last year alone, according to Media Matters’ Julie Millican.

Limbaugh did not respond to multiple requests for comment for this story. If he had, he likely would’ve been very proud of himself, because he takes credit for inventing and popularizing the term. “Infobabe is sort of a patented comment now,” he said on his show in April. “I mean, the infobabes even like being called infobabes. They might publicly tell you they don’t, but they privately do.”

I have confirmed that infobabes do not privately like the name. “It’s sexist, of course,” said Camerota, who has been called an infobabe multiple times. Other infobabes agreed. “Coming from a guy of Limbaugh’s age and gender, ‘babe’ is meant to reduce you to the fact that you’re a woman,” said Hemmer, whom Limbaugh called “a Politico infobabe” after the outlet published an excerpt of her 2016 book, Messengers of the Right: Conservative Media and the Transformation of American Politics. “Maybe in a soft way, babe suggests an attractive woman. But it’s about reducing your work to your gender in this way that foregrounds the fact that you’re a woman in a field that is predominantly male.”

The word does even more than that. Whereas “babe” is a slang term for a woman, its literal definition is “infant” or “baby.” So Rush is not only reducing these journalists to their gender, but equating them with children. And there’s no question, given how Rush uses “infobabe,” that he intends to demean his targets.

One caller suggested he quit using the words “babe” and “infobabe” if he wanted to attract more female listeners. “But what if the fact that being a babe is the most notable thing about a particular liberal blogger?” Limbaugh responded. “If she’s a babe, she’s a babe.” The caller persisted, saying professional women might not find the term complimentary. Limbaugh hit back: “I would say they need to lighten up, for crying out loud! Why do I have to change who I am? Why can’t they just lighten up? Infobabe! Why can’t they laugh?”

Rush, my man, they don’t laugh because they want to be offended. They look for things to take offense at. It’s the new normal.

EMILY ATKIN, THE INFOBABE WRITER OF THIS PIECE.

Atkin’s very weak reply to Rush is that she’s going to wear a T-shirt emblazened with “Infobabe.” Somehow she thinks that will hurt his feelings.

Go figure.

INFOBABE BAG CREATED BY AN UPSET FEMINIST.

Nog vs. Nog: Trump Assistant Omarosa Angers Black Journalists at Conference

ANGRY BLACKS TURN THEIR BACKS ON OMAROSA.

You have to love it when blacks go to war with each other. Respectable black woman Omarosa wasn’t actually given a chance to talk at a black journalist’s conference in New Orleans.

I thought the job of journalists was to gather facts and opinions, not tear people down. I guess that’s old fashioned of me.

NPR

A panel at the 2017 National Association of Black Journalists conference in New Orleans featuring White House aide Omarosa Manigault quickly went south after Manigault refused to answer questions about the administration in which she serves.

The panel made news before it even started, according to Page 6, which reported that Nikole Hannah-Jones of the New York Times and Jelani Cobb of the New Yorker refused to take part in the panel after they were informed they’d be on stage with Manigault.

“Cobb told Page Six that the reason for pulling out ‘wasn’t simply the addition of Omarosa. It was that she was added at the eleventh hour and it was unclear whether we would be able to discuss substantive issues regarding the administration and its policing policies. Also, the panel was very disorganized, and basic things like format were not clear.'”

Moderator and broadcast journalist Ed Gordon stepped in at the last minute, but he sparred with Manigault, almost as soon as she stepped on stage.

“Shame on you,” Manigault told Gordon just minutes after coming on stage. At one point, Gordon and Manigault both stood and paced the stage, talking each other down face-to-face. “Let me tell my story,” Manigault told Gordon. “Ask me a question about me.”

When asked about President Trump’s recent comments that police should rough up people they are detaining, Manigault said his comments were wrong. She said issues of police brutality are important to the Trump White House. But said she could not elaborate on private conversations with the president.

“You don’t walk away from the table,” Manigault responded when asked why she’d take a job in an administration seen by many in the room as hostile to African Americans. “Because if you’re not on the table, you’re on the menu,” she said. When asked about her work with the Department of Justice on policing issues, Manigault responded, “Google me.”

The crowd became increasingly angered with Manigault’s seeming refusal to answer questions about the Trump administration. She claimed she was there to talk about her personal experience with violence, as some of her family members have been murdered. Several conference attendees in the audience stood with their backs turned to Manigault, while others just walked out.

Sarah Glover, president of NABJ, tried to take control of the panel after some 45 minutes of confrontation on the stage. But while she urged the audience to be calm and look at all sides of the issues and hear contrasting viewpoints, Manigault silently ducked off stage, to be whisked away by her security detail.

NBC elaborates on Omarosa’s perspective.

But Manigault didn’t want to talk about Trump. She first balked at “disclosing confidential conversations with the president,” then stood up, pacing the stage as she sparred with Gordon. She was angry that he didn’t solely want to focus on her family losses, and at one point told him, “shame on you.”

He asked whether Trump’s remarks on arresting suspects were appropriate, and she brusquely said no, and tried to change the subject. When he continued to press her on the administration’s policities, she noted that she is often the only person of color in administration meetings.

“I sit at a table where I am not only the only African-American woman, but the only African-American at all,” she said, pushing back at questions about how much she was doing for the community. “If you’re not on the table, you’re on the menu.”

The nogs must be too stupid, too caught up in their victimhood to see the logic of the lady’s last sentence.