From: Mike Huckabee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, Mar 2, 2017 at 9:11 AM
Subject: President Trump Caught Talking About His Contact With Russia...
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President Trump was caught on a hot microphone, admitting something about his contacts with Russia that he didn't know was being recorded. But if you work for the media, don't get all excited and start waking the kids and calling the neighbors. As an NBC reporter repeatedly shouted questions about Russia at him in the background, Trump was picked up quietly and exasperatedly saying – brace yourself – this:
"I haven't called Russia in 10 years…"
Well, sorry liberal media outlets. But keep it up. Maybe if you keep shouting the same pointless question about Russia for the next four years, the answer will magically change.
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Maybe We Should Call Them The Daily "News"
By Mike Huckabee
Is this the beginning of a new trend in the left's denial of reality? In the write-up of President Trump's announcement of an office to help American victims of crimes committed by illegal immigrants, Chris Sommerfeldt of the New York Daily News (or his editor) puts quotation marks around "American victims" and the "illegal" in "'illegal' immigrant." What is there about these terms that requires them to be qualified with quotation marks? Is he trying to imply that US citizens murdered by illegal immigrants aren't American, or that they aren't really victims? And is "'illegal' immigrant" meant to suggest that in some cases, it isn't illegal to sneak across the border illegally? Last time I checked, it always was, even under laws passed by Democratic Congresses and signed by Democratic Presidents.
Some might argue that "immigrant" should more rightly be the word in quotation marks, since you can make a legitimate argument that someone who is living in the US without legal authorization is not really an immigrant (there is a legal process in place for real immigrants).
This must be the latest attempt to try to spread the idea, started by Hillary Clinton in her attacks on Donald Trump as "anti-immigrant," that there is no difference between the terms "illegal immigrant" and "immigrant." It's part of a long-cherished tactic on the left to win political battles not with facts, logic or experience but by redefining the terms. Now, they're down to rewriting the rules of punctuation. Their motto could be, "The 'air' quote is mightier than the 'Air' Force!"
In this case, though, I can't help thinking that it might be immigrants (those people who went through all the work, expense and effort to become legal immigrants) who would be most upset at the left's attempts to erase any distinction between them and those who simply crossed the border illegally. Oh, sorry, NY Daily News: …who crossed the border "illegally."
A Big Beautiful Door
By Mike Huckabee
Some liberal media outlets have their feathers all fluffed up over a report that President Trump has instituted the same "open door" policy to the Oval Office that he did in his business. Instead of having a couple of unelected gatekeepers hoard power by restricting access to him (and not coincidentally, controlling the information that the President sees), Trump lets more than a dozen aides speak to him anytime they think it's necessary. Naturally, his liberal critics are outraged, because…because…well, that's not how Obama did it! Yes, and we've all heard how intelligence analysts were pressured to put a false rosy spin on their reports so the President would see only what he wanted to see, with no risk that some unapproved peon might barge in and tell him the truth. How well did that work out in the Middle East?
From the Academy Awards to the Washington Press Corps, it's almost funny to watch liberals twist themselves into pretzels as they denounce Trump from their gated communities for wanting to build a wall that separates people while they simultaneously fume over Trump maintaining an open door in his own office. I'll bet it's a big, beautiful door, too.
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