Monday, January 02, 2017

Fwd: Even Rolling Stone?!? Mike Huckabee New Years 2017 Year to End False News (and the false BDS (leave out D) narrative, basically lies, about the supposed Occupation my comments)


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Is this a sign of the Apocalypse? Matt Taibbi at Rolling Stone examined the FBI report used as justification for Obama's aggressive moves against Russia and came to the same conclusion I did: it's a big nothingburger that doesn't pass the smell test. Imagine a story that liberals desperately want to believe being so slanted and poorly sourced that even Rolling Stone refuses to run it!

Note that that didn't stop the New York Times, which is now officially more partisan and less reliable than Rolling Stone.

Happy Monday and Happy 2017 America!

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Mike Huckabee

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Happy New Year!

By Mike Huckabee

Happy New Year and welcome to 2017! And not a minute too soon!

I hope you're not nursing a hangover from last night. But if you are, at least take solace in knowing that the long national binge drunk that was 2016 is blessedly over. Last year saw Americans battered by a politicized media and over a billion dollars in attack ads designed to drive us all further apart and into warring fiefdoms. While far too many Americans remain "bitter clingers," refusing to stop fighting a battle that was over in November, let's hope they'll come to realize how much of that anger and animosity they feel was ginned up by political theater, invented by consultants who profit and gain power from fomenting divisiveness.

For the rest of us who just want to make America great again, that starts with putting the election in the rear view mirror. We need to keep our eyes on the tough road ahead, and not let the profiteers of division distract us from all the things we have in common. Let's hope and pray there are no more disasters, be they natural disasters like hurricanes, tornadoes and earthquakes, or manmade disasters, like the terrorist attacks in Berlin, Nice, San Bernardino and Miami. But let's bear in mind that if disasters come, nobody should care if they're in red states or blue states. Wherever and whenever our fellow Americans are hurting, we all pitch in to help.

Let's make 2017 a year to rediscover the things we have in common, and join hands instead of pointing fingers. Maybe reconnect with those Facebook Friends who unfriended you just because you didn't see eye-to-eye on some political issue. If there's one thing previous New Years have taught us, from the Y2K scare to the Mayan Calendar, it's that despite all the apocalyptic gloom and doom talk, the world didn't come to an end. Life goes on. And life is what you make of it. 2017 could be the greatest year ever if we all agree that come what may, we're going to make it great.

If you can't be that optimistic, then just be happy that 2017 isn't an election year! And here's more good news: the 2020 presidential campaigns won't start gearing up in earnest until at least October.

Fake News x2

By Mike Huckabee

Hillary Clinton was right, we do need to be wary of "fake news" from dodgy sources, like…CNN. But at least now we know there will be real consequences for spreading fake news. But only if you work for Donald Trump and not…CNN.

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More fake news from CNN. Maybe they need to get a more reliable source than the Obama White House. Just to be clear, the direct quote from the White House ("Russia's cyber activities were intended to influence the election, erode faith in US democratic institutions, sow doubt about the integrity of our electoral process, and undermine confidence in the institutions of the U.S. government") is NOT the "fake news" referred to in this story, although it is completely unsubstantiated by the FBI report released this week.

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