Donald Trump #Politics

Audio Proof that Donald Trump Supported the War in Iraq – AUDIO

Andrew Kaczynski from Buzzfeed shared this audio back in February because even back then, over 7 months ago, Donald Trump preached to his followers that he was against the war in Iraq. In fact, Donald Trump often emphasises that he was one of the only public figures to speak out against the war.

And now here we are. Just a couple of months before the November elections, Donald Trump is still pushing the claim that he was always against the war in Iraq despite this 2002 interview where he told Howard Stern “Yeah, I guess so,” when Stern asked if he supported the Iraqi invasion.


Joe Scarborough #marco rubio #Politics

Joe Scarborough – Marco Rubio “Flat-out Lied To The American People”

Joe Scarborough is a tried and proven Republican, but after listening to Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio in Wednesday’s debate, Joe went on his MSNBC program and concluded, Marco Rubio “flat-out lied to the American people!”

Scarborough was talking about a question the debate moderator asked Rubio about the way he has mismanaged his money including a foreclosure. And the moderator wanted to know how Rubio would manage a multi-trillion dollar economy, when he can’t even manage his own personal finances.

Rubio tried evading the question, then basically called out the moderator as a liar or more politically correct, misrepresenting the truth. But Scarborough was not about being politically correct, he simply stated the truth, a fact, that Rubio “flat-out lied to the American people.” Scarborough pointed out that Rubio is lying about things that are documented in court records.

““I think it was Becky Quick who went down the list of proven things about Marco’s foreclosures and all of Marco’s economic problems. Talking about lying; Marco said ‘I’m not going to answer those lies they’ve all been discredited.’”

“Marco just flat-out lied to the American people, there,” he continued. “And I was stunned that the moderators didn’t stop there and go, ‘Wait a second, these are court records. What are you talking about?’”


Mike Brown #Mike Brown Shooting

Ferguson Police Chief Lied About Reason for Releasing Mike Brown ‘Robery’ Tape

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After Mike Brown was murdered by a Ferguson police officer, his dead body stayed in the street where he was shot down for over 4 hours. His killer was then whisked away to a secret location with round the clock security, his identity kept under wraps and protected for days while the people of Ferguson protested in the street.

The killer, as far as we can tell, is still receiving a paycheck from the Ferguson police department.

But while the dead, cold body of Mike Brown laid in the street like roadkill, the Ferguson Police department led by their Chief was already trying to come up with ways to tarnish Mike Brown, as if he was responsible for his killer pumping multiple shots into his body as he tried to run away. One of the ways they tried doing this was to release a video of an alleged Mike Brown robbing a convenience store. No one knew why this video was released, especially since the video had nothing to do with Mike Brown’s slaughter.

The police chief however, tried explaining why he released the video.

Ferguson Police Chief Thomas Jackson said, that there were multiple request for the video. “We got a lot of Freedom of Information requests for this tape,” Chief Jackson said, “and at some point, it was just determined we had to release it.”

The Post-Dispatch filed a public records request the day the video was released, requesting all the written requests for records that the city had received.

 The records, which were provided to the newspaper 11 days later, showed that no organization had specifically requested before Aug. 15 a video of Michael Brown robbing a convenience store.

But requests from the Post-Dispatch and the organization Judicial Watch sought all documents related to Brown leading up to and including the shooting. A third request from ABC News asked for any video and audio records associated with Brown’s death.

The Post-Dispatch reporter who made one of those requests, Joel Currier, said he had heard rumors prior to Aug. 15 that Brown had committed a robbery just before he was killed. But Currier had no indication the alleged robbery was captured on video.

In conclusion, the killer is still being protected. He has not given his version of what happened the day he murdered Mike Brown. No incident report, but given all the time in the world to come up with a defense if the case even goes to court! But while they go out of their way to protect the killer, the Ferguson police, led by their trusted Chief, LIED. They’re doing all they can to release information about the victim, information that no one requested.

To protect and to serve!


Lance Armstrong In 2001 Nike Ad – Denied Taking Performance Drugs

Lance Armstrong is expected to finally admit to Oprah what everyone has known for years, that he used performance enhancement drugs throughout his cycling career.

But the Daily Caller is taking us back to 2001, a time when we all thought Armstrong was on something. In the Nike ad, Armstrong answers his critics, telling them that the only thing he was on, was his bike.

”Everybody wants to know what I’m on. What am I on? I’m on my bike busting my ass six hours a day. What are you on?”

No one knew at the time that “Bike” was just another name for PEDs.

Benghazi #Benghazi #Politics

Anderson Cooper Cornered A Republican on Benghazi – The Republican Began Yelling – Video

The story of Benghazi has now been magnified by partisan Republicans to a point of no return, and their to somehow tie the Obama administration to the unfortunate events that took the lives of four Americans, is appalling. With absolutely no facts to back up their claim that the president “intentionally lied” to Americans about the events in Benghazi, Republicans have found themselves in a position where they are grasping at the air for something to hold on to.

Take for example what happened on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360 on Friday. Cooper invited Republican Dana Rohrabacher to his show and offered the congressman an opportunity to defend his position that President Obama intentionally mislead the American people. Rohrabacher used his time to continue calling the President a liar.

When asked by Anderson to prove where Obama lied, the Republican congressman took a page from the Mitt Romney playbook on lying and he dug in even more, raising his voice in a shouting match with himself, trying to drown out Anderson Cooper’s rebuttal that what he was saying “was factually not correct.”

Mr. Cooper tried telling the Republican that James Clapper‘s office – Director of National Intelligence – were the ones informing the administration of the events in Benghazi, and that whatever the administration told the American people came from the National Intelligence office. Cooper then asked if the National Intelligence Office was also lying. The Republican, feeling cornered by the truth, yelled some more.

Watch the clip from CNN below.

Mitt Romney #Politics #presidential #Republican

We’ve Figured Out The Reason For Romney’s Lies –

Lies in the morning, lies in the evening, lies at supper time. With Romney on the ticket, you can have lies every time. And you will!

We’ve detailed some of Romney’s lies here, here, here, here, and oh yea, here, here, here, here, here, (deep breath)… here, here, here, here, here, here… I can go on, but I think you got the point.


Report Finds Republican Gov. Chris Christie Lied – What Else Is New?

Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey exaggerated when he declared that unforeseen costs to the state were forcing him to cancel the new train tunnel planned to relieve congested routes across the Hudson River, according to a long-awaited report by independent Congressional investigators.

The report by the Government Accountability Office, to be released this week, found that while Mr. Christie said that state transportation officials had revised cost estimates for the tunnel to at least $11 billion and potentially more than $14 billion, the range of estimates had in fact remained unchanged in the two years before he announced in 2010 that he was shutting down the project. And state transportation officials, the report says, had said the cost would be no more than $10 billion.

Mr. Christie also misstated New Jersey’s share of the costs: he said the state would pay 70 percent of the project; the report found that New Jersey was paying 14.4 percent. And while the governor said that an agreement with the federal government would require the state to pay all cost overruns, the report found that there was no final agreement, and that the federal government had made several offers to share those costs.

Source: The New York Times