October 18, 2017

The latest undercover video from James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas shows the home page editor of the New York Times admitting that the paper leans left and that it’s “too difficult” to be objective. She says they give readers what they want – Trump bashing – because it has boosted subscriptions, and that’s the main objective, which you do in “any way that you can.” She thinks Trump is an “oblivious idiot” and Mike Pence isn’t fit for a leadership position because of his Christian religious beliefs. Oh, and the Times tried to affect the results of the election by focusing on attacking Trump

Not a single thing there that surprises me, but it is nice to hear them finally admit it. Now, I’ll just sit back and wait for Democrats to demand a special prosecutor to look into alleged collusion between the Clinton campaign and the media to interfere with the results of the election. But until that happens, I’m not going to refuse to eat or anything.

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  • Nancy campbell

    10/20/2017 01:07 PM

    It's funny, how all of these haters blab so much and will not stop talking, to let another person speak. They interrupt all the time, and they are very frustrated.

  • Robert Burtron

    10/20/2017 05:55 AM

    Re: Mike Pence's Christian values and eating habits. Two other well known Christian men follow the same principle for personal conduct - Harry Truman and Billy Graham. Harry Truman wouldn't stay in a room if a woman came in and her husband wasn't in the room. Billy Graham wouldn't accept an invitation from HRC to eat at the White House alone with her (even with Bill there). Mike Pence is right on and in good company.

  • Vanessa Lee Knutsen

    10/19/2017 10:22 PM

    ...What surprises that so many people I know...fall way too easily for the blatant media propaganda.

    Re the New York Times.

    About 12-14 years ago I could regularly read the free New York Times...available at the local college...where several copies were distributed regularly to the student lounge areas.

    Back then, they ranted about GW Bush...the articles that were supposed to be reports but a rather sloppy way...blended in commentary...hostile of course. And not particularly nuanced.

    I was only surprised because the articles I read seemed to be somewhat substandard for a professional paper.

    The mediocre quality...the name substitute for rational analysis...was somewhat like a college newspaper.

  • Carol Babcock

    10/19/2017 08:12 PM

    I agree with Elaine!

  • Joan Chambers

    10/19/2017 07:33 PM

    Dear Governor Huckabee,
    This doesn't have any thing to do with your message, but I don't know what to do. I get so frustrated.
    Fox News has to stop emphasizing President Trumps negativities or what they think are negative, because that is what the people keep hearing. They keep repeating over and over and over about the conversation with the soldiers' mother. There are many other negatives they keep expounding on. Say it once and let it go.
    I am not the best writer, but I know that you will understand and please talk to the people at Fox news. Tell them to let it go.
    Thanks and God bless. Love your messages - you are a wonderful person. Great Saturday night show.
    Best Wishes,
    Joan Chambers

  • Rubye Ann Yvonne Shelton Crumpler

    10/19/2017 05:29 PM

    Ignorance is indeed rampant given the idiotic actions, writings, and reporting of the NYT. Even people in Alabama and Mississippi have better sense than to slander the President of the USA. But God will forgive them ... I will not, but there you go. I have no tolerance for ignorance and stupidity.

  • Kathleen Brewer

    10/19/2017 04:26 PM

    Why am I not surprised?

  • Elaine Humphrey

    10/19/2017 03:07 PM

    This world is a disaster. So thankful I have Jesus!