Ah, a whine of the abusers. A part of the whining that "It's not our fault!":
Several people stood behind the car, yet Burger attempted
to back out of the parking spot. He managed to back out by inching
through a throng of security personnel and protesters. He proceeded to
drive through the crowd. At times Burger accelerated forward into
protesters. Security personnel pushed, grabbed and dragged students and
community members to the asphalt to clear the area around the car.
Ignore everything else in this crap: idiot's stating that they attacked the car, and the driver carefully got the car out('carefully' because if he'd actually wanted to hurt these idiots, it would've been easy), and the security people were GETTING IDIOTS OUT OF THE WAY. But according to whiner "It's THEIR fault people got hurt!"
Sooner or later these morons are going to do the same kind of thing, break windows, and the driver IS going to go through/over the morons in the way. Then they'll REALLY scream.
She asked Josh Earnest
point-blank, "Can you categorically deny that the Obama Justice
Department did not seek and obtain a FISA court order?"
His response was full of
weasel words: "What I can categorically deny, Martha, is that the White
House was at all involved in directing, or interfering, or influencing
an FBI investigation."
"That’s not what I'm asking,"
Raddatz pressed. "What I'm asking is, can you deny that the Obama
Justice Department did not seek and obtain a FISA court ordered wiretap
of the Trump campaign?"
Take two from Earnest: "The
simple answer to that question, Martha, is I don’t know. The fact is,
even when I was in government, I was not in a position of being
regularly briefed on an FBI criminal or counterintelligence
This is called "I'm going to say crap that doesn't have anything to do with your question and then insist I answered you."
The actual question would be "Did Holder commit perjury again?"
The screaming of the Usual Suspects is going to be loud.
President Trump’s new executive order on immigration calls for the establishment of a public database of honor killings, which are defined as “gender-based violence against women … in the United States by foreign nationals.”