The biggest problem with the MSM is that they decide what's true and what's not true before they look at a single fact, and if you disagree with their decision, they don't want to argue with you, they want to smear you...
Read the MSM coverage of Rudy's press conference yesterday. There's no talk about the evidence presented on some of the claims. The coverage is mostly about Rudy Giuliani's hair dye. In their logic-free MSM world, the hair dye somehow proves he's wrong...
But Russia collusion, on the other hand, that story had to be true from day one without one single shred of evidence. They were just sure of it. Trump colluded with Russia to steal the election...
What the MSM says means absolutely nothing to me. Zero. Because I know they made their decision before looking at any information. That's all their own fault. The MSM is completely partisan and corrupt. If they reported that the sky is blue, I'd step outside just to make sure.

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14 Nov
The Trump era's Greatest Media Hits:

"When the chicken arrives, he is the only one given an extra dish of sauce. At the dessert course, he gets two scoops of vanilla ice cream with his chocolate cream pie, instead of the single scoop for everyone else."
time.com/donald-trump-a…
"Abe and Trump tossed spoonfuls of fish food into the pond. Then, with a look of enjoyment, Trump quickly poured his entire box of food into the pond."
cnn.com/2017/11/06/pol…
“More decorating details: Apart from the return of the Churchill bust, the MLK bust was no longer on display.”
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13 Nov
Nancy Pelosi on objection to Ohio electoral votes after the 2004 election:

"People must have every confidence that every vote legally cast will be legally counted and accurately counted..."
PELOSI (2004): "Please don't talk about this about a conspiracy theory. It's not about that. It's not about conspiracy; it's about the Constitution of the United States."
PELOSI (2004): "There are still legitimate concerns over the integrity of our elections and of ensuring the principle of one person one vote."
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12 Nov
Last night @bretbaier addressed the botched Decision Desk projection that "Democrats will retain control of the House and expand their majority by at least five seats."

He characterized the call as an "estimate" that Democrats would expand their majority by "about five seats."
Credit to @bretbaier for addressing it, but if you listen to the election night call, there is a stark difference between "at least five seats" and "about five seats." Also, it was a formal projection by the Decision Desk which was never referred to as an "estimate" until now.
I don't understand why they can't be honest that the Decision Desk blew this call. They essentially told Americans who were still voting that the blue wave was happening when it was not.
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11 Nov
I've still seen no explanation regarding how the Fox News Decision Desk got this projection so wrong on Election night. Polls were still open in a lot of places when this call was made. There should be some explanation. Instead, it seems like they're trying to memory hole it.
.@BretBaier, Is this deleted tweet authentic? If so, did you explain why it was deleted? Has there been any explanation from Fox News of this botched call by the decision desk?
Here’s the video of Fox News making this call on election night. It was the first call of the night:
Read 4 tweets
10 Nov
Hillary Clinton told Biden not to concede under any circumstances. The Democrats were prepared to use due process to challenge election results too. The difference is, if Democrats were doing the challenging, the media would be explaining that it's simple due process...
...they wouldn't have called the election for Trump until that due process played out, nobody would be demonized or put on lists for supporting Biden's due process rights, and Fox News would not cut away from a Biden spokesperson explaining their position.
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10 Nov
I don't know if the voter fraud numbers will be there to flip the election, but I DO know that it's a good precedent to care about voter fraud. There's plenty of time for the courts to hear the cases. Nobody is going to explode because one side took advantage of due process...
If we keep setting the precedent that it's not okay to care about about fraud, that's not good for democracy. If Trump prevails, it will be a good thing it was looked at. If Biden prevails, then he will prevail stronger knowing it was looked at...
Due process doesn't disappear because media outlets project a winner. That's asinine. That's just the way the media wants it to work. They want their word to be the final word. But in reality, there's plenty of time for Trump to make his case in court...
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