Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Oops. (link fixed)

"Those stupid Trump-voters deserve flooding!"
"Yes, those in Florida as well!"
"Er, I didn't actually mean what I said. Any of it. Really!"
Too little, too late.

You may have heard that our Professional Journalists have been bitching about the shoes the First Lady wore to Texas.  Which is about as stupid as anything else they've done lately, but might give slight cover to "Why didn't you report on this?" by saying "We were providing social commentary!"
A former IT aide suspected of stealing equipment and data from Congress still has an active, secret email account on the House computer system, even though he has been banned from the congressional network because of a criminal investigation into the alleged cybersecurity violations, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned.

Imran Awan’s still-active email address is linked to the name of a House staffer who specializes in intelligence and homeland security matters for Indiana Democratic Rep. AndrĂ© Carson. Court documents and emails obtained by TheDCNF show Awan used the address in addition to his standard account.

While the media is bitching because Trump is saying mean words about them,
On Saturday, a man simply recording a demonstration by leftists against a cancelled pro-Trump rally resulted in protesters surrounding him and forcibly taking his phone from him.
Worse things happened for a photographer at the Antifa riot in Berkeley the following day. As black-clad anarchists swarmed the city to attack anyone they thought might be a Trump supporter, they set their sights on a cameraman for the offense of taking their picture.

Antifa chased the man down and beat him bloody with clubs. Police eventually came to his aid and had to help him stand up and walk after the thrashing.
That's just some of the latest attacks on anyone daring to take their picture. 


Anonymous said...

Too little, too late. The link doesn't work here.

Anonymous said...

Link's busted. Here's what the hyperlink points to in the page itself:

Too little, too late