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By: Steve - June 26, 2016 - 11:00am
Donald Trump's first fundraising email wasn't the hit that he claimed it was because nearly 60% of the emails he sent were automatically listed as spam.
Ad Age reported this:
Nearly 60% of those first-ever fundraiser emails, however, never reached inboxes. Instead, they were automatically relegated to recipients spam folders, according to Return Path, which evaluates email campaigns using estimates based on its panel of 2.5 million active email users.
The email tracker also reported that just 12% of recipients opened the email, and 6% deleted it without reading it.
In May, 7.9% of the emails sent by the Trump camp were caught up in spam filters, according to Return Path. Even that nearly 8% spam rate is considered very high by industry standards.
The Trump fundraising email was only sent to people who signed up to be on Trump's mailing list. The fact that only 12% of the recipients opened the email casts doubt on the campaign's claims that they raised $3.3 million from a single email.
One of the reasons for Trump's emails being listed as spam could be that Donald Trump's sales pitch style of campaigning reads more like an ad for an online payday lender than a message from a candidate for president.
Trump is using sales techniques to run for president, which is why the spam filters are so confused. The filters can't tell the difference between the Nigerian prince offering to send you $2 million and the Republican Party's nominee for president.
Both the prince and Trump are running scams, and only a sucker would open an email from either of them.
And of course you never hear a word about any of this from the so-called journalist Bill O'Reilly, because he is a friend of Trump and a Trump stooge who is helping to cover for him.
Hillary Clinton's Lead Grows To 13 Points As Trump Campaign Falls Apart
By: Steve - June 26, 2016 - 10:00am
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton regained a double-digit lead over Republican rival Donald Trump this week, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Friday.
The June 20-24 poll showed that 46.6 percent of likely American voters supported Clinton while 33.3 percent supported Trump.
Trump had enjoyed a brief boost in support following the June 12 mass shooting in Orlando, Florida, as he doubled down on his pledge to ban Muslims from entering the country, cutting Clinton's lead to nine points.
But Trump's rise in popularity appeared to be only temporary, unlike his lasting surge among the Republican field last year after the attacks in Paris and in San Bernardino, California.
Clinton's 13.3 percentage point lead is about the same as she had before the Orlando attack.
Trump's slip this week came as he struggled to show that he can keep up with a Clinton campaign apparatus that has dwarfed his in size and funding.
Conservative George Will Leaves The GOP Because Of Donald Trump
By: Steve - June 26, 2016 - 9:00am
WASHINGTON - Conservative columnist George Will has left the Republican Party, and he is urging others to make sure the GOP's presumptive nominee, Donald Trump, doesn't win.
"Make sure he loses," Will told PJ Media, an online news company, in an interview Friday. "Grit their teeth for four years and win the White House."
Will, a long-time columnist and commentator, spoke Friday at the Federalist Society luncheon. "This is not my party," he said during the speech.
According to PJ Media, Will said he has changed his GOP registration in Maryland to "unaffiliated."
Will, a Pulitzer-Prize winning columnist, has long been critical of Trump. The Washington Post columnist warned in a column in April that Trump's damage to the party had only just begun.
Trump, he said, would be the "most unpopular nominee ever" and unable to get support from women, minorities and young voters.
In a column earlier this week, Will urged Republican donors not to contribute to Trump's campaign.
David Gergen Calls Trump's Speech Slanderous
By: Steve - June 25, 2016 - 10:00am
DAVID GERGEN: But you can't ignore the truth of what he says or the lack of truth of what he says. And I do think in coming days we're going to hear an awful lot about a string of lies and exaggerations.
I mean let's go to something fundamental. And that is, I was really surprised he leaned as heavily as he did upon the Schweizer book, called the Clinton Cash, that book has been basically discredited.
Other news organizations have looked at it and said he has no evidence, he has no evidence, that shows that money given to the -- by donors to the Clinton Foundation then resulted in actions by the State Department that favored those donors.
And what Schweizer himself has said is, well I think there's a pattern here and we ought to investigate. I'm sorry, at this level, you can't slander somebody -- and this was a slanderous speech, without more proof.
Even his friend Bill O'Reilly, who defends everything Trump says and does, said he looked into it and he can not confirm what Trump said is true.
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): Trump's speech lasted about 40 minutes and featured something new.
Now, the Factor checked out that allegation, and it is based solely, solely on a book unfavorable to the Clintons. Fox News cannot confirm the data Mr. Trump used. We cannot confirm that independently.
Another Negative Trump Poll O'Reilly Has Ignored
By: Steve - June 25, 2016 - 9:00am
Even half the Republicans want someone other than Trump, the polls show, but you will never see that from O'Reilly, because he ignored the entire poll.
A new poll shows that 48% of Republicans want someone else to be their presidential nominee besides Donald Trump.
It turns out that nearly half of REPUBLICANS would rather have someone else not named Donald Trump as their nominee. There has been a great deal of scoffing at the idea that the Republican Party might replace Trump at the convention with a different nominee, but there is a definite segment of the party that would support dumping Trump.
When half of a political party would rather have someone else, that is an omen that the party is in complete chaos. Trump has done nothing to reassure Republicans that he can lead their party. In fact, he continues to provide proof on a nearly daily basis that he is not capable of effective leadership.
Trump is getting crushed in the money race. He is getting out organized on the ground. Republicans have managed to hand their presidential nomination to a man who doesn't have a real presidential campaign.
Almost half of the Republican Party wants Trump gone, and they will go into November as a hopelessly divided party that will be ripe for the Democratic picking.
The Media Is So Dishonest It's Pathetic
By: Steve - June 24, 2016 - 11:50am
They keep saying the 4 to 4 ruling by the Supreme Court over the Obama Immigration order is a devastating loss for Obama. When it was not a loss, it was a tie, the vote was 4 to 4, so he never lost.
A loss would have been 5 to 3 against him, a tie is not a loss, it's a tie.
The split decision means a lower court ruling that effectively blocked the program will stand, and no national precedent will be set as to whether the president acted within the law when he announced it in November 2014.
Obama expressed disappointment at the Supreme Court's "inability to reach a decision" and stressed that its failure to decide was also partly to blame on Senate Republicans unwillingness to consider the person he chose to fill the seat of the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
"This is part of the consequence of a Republican failure so far to give a fair hearing to Merrick Garland, my nominee to the Supreme Court," Obama said at a White House briefing, adding that their recalcitrance is "not a sustainable strategy" and that it stalls progress on issues that need definite answers.
On that note, Obama made clear that the ruling is only nominal and doesn't carry any legal weight -- let alone stand for a value judgment on his presidency.
"If we have a full court issuing a full opinion on anything, then we take it seriously," he said. "This we have to abide by, but it wasn't any kind of value statement or a decision on the merits on these issues."
Fox News is calling it a big loss for Obama, when it was not a loss, it was a tie. They even put some of their stooges on the air to say the Supreme Court ruled against Obama and said he made the order without the proper authority, even though they made no such ruling, and he had the authority to make the order.
Now there are millions of undocumented immigrants who are here and working, who had kids here who are American citizens, and they do not know what to do now. They simply come here to work and raise their family because we have such a great country, they are not in gangs or out breaking laws, they are just trying to work and support their family.
Republicans even claim to be the party of family values, then they block laws that would help million of families who are already here, with kids who by law are American citizens. What do they want to do, send their parents back to Mexico, what do the kids do?
It's Official: CNN Is A Joke & No Longer A Valid News Network
By: Steve - June 24, 2016 - 11:30am
I barely watch CNN as it is, because they have moved so far to the right in the last 2 years it is almost Fox News. But now they have gone too far, and I will never watch CNN again, I have even blocked it on my cable tv box.
They hired the dishonest and disgraced Corey Lweandowski, the former Donald Trump campaign manager. To begin with, it is wrong for any so-called objective news network to hire a former campaign manager 5 minutes after he was fired, while the guy who fired him is still running for office, they should have waited until at least after the election is over.
And the worst part is that Lewandowski is not only a Trump loyalist, he is legally prohibited from criticizing Trump, his family, or any of his businesses.
So how in the hell can he be a political analyst, when he can not say one bad word about one of the candidates for President. It's ridiculous, and CNN should be ashamed for what they did.
Even Howard Kurtz from Fox News slammed CNN for it:
HOWARD KURTZ: Well, this is no knock on Corey, who I thought handled his firing with class, but for CNN to hire him 12 minutes after he was fired is to use, one of Trump's famous words, sad.
It's really sad because Lewandowski made clear both in the first interview he did with CNN before he was on the payroll, and in an interview he did just tonight as a CNN contributor, that he doesn't intend to utter a negative syllable about Donald Trump, and even if he wanted to he signed a confidentiality agreement with Trump, so he's limited in what he can say.
So I don't see how this helps CNN provide anything approaching independent analysis, and watching Corey tonight, it almost seems like he was still on Trump's payroll because he was defending him at every possible turn.
Many other media figures across the political spectrum are slamming CNN after the network hired former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski to be a political commentator on the network.
Good job CNN, you have hit rock bottom in your ridiculous attempt to get ratings, and I predict your ratings will go down even more, the cable news network that used to be #1, is now #3 and getting worse. You just lost me as a viewer forever, I will never watch any CNN show again for the rest of my life.
Paul Ryan Cuts Off C-SPAN Cameras To Blackout Democratic Gun Protest
By: Steve - June 24, 2016 - 11:00am
Republican Speaker Paul Ryan responded to Democrats shutting down the House with a protest to demand a vote on gun control by shutting off C-SPAN's cameras and blacking out the sit-in. This is the same man who cries about free speech when Democrats do something he does not like, and due process for all, while not allowing a vote on the gun bills, and shutting off the cameras the people have a right to look at.
Speaker Paul Ryan responded to Democrats shutting down the House with a protest to demand a vote on gun control by shutting off C-SPAN's cameras and blacking out the sit-in.
As another Democrat began to speak, the Republican lawmaker sitting in the chair gaveled the House into a temporary recess until noon. The House cut off the C-SPAN cameras that normally broadcast the floor. Later, when lawmakers reconvened, Democratic members still refused to budge, forming a circle in the well of the floor while chanting. Republicans were forced to gavel into recess once more.
The C-SPAN cameras are controlled by the office of the Speaker of the House. C-SPAN even reminded viewers on twitter that they have no control over the cameras on the House floor.
Speaker Ryan responded to the Democratic protest demanding a vote on gun control legislation in the most undemocratic way possible. Ryan cut off the cameras so that the world could not see what House Democrats are doing. The cutting off of cameras is something that happens in authoritarian regimes. It should not happen in the United States of America.
Ryan pulled the move of a cowardly dictator. Speaker Ryan supports Donald Trump, because, at heart, they have so much in common. Paul Ryan had a chance to live up to his principled rhetoric, but when push came to shove, Speaker Ryan cut off the cameras and got on his knees for the NRA.
Republicans can black out the video, but they can't hide from the demand of the American people for Congressional action on gun violence.
O'Reilly Ignores The Real News About Trump's Troubling FEC Filing
By: Steve - June 24, 2016 - 10:00am
It looks like Trump is just one big con-man who is using his run for President to make all his own companies richer, while not really doing much to win the election, in fact, the way he is running his campaign you could argue he does not even care about winning, just making more money.
Bill O'Reilly ignored the fact that Donald Trump's May financial report showed the campaign paid his own businesses and family for campaign events, instead choosing to debunk a controversy regarding a payment to what some initially believed to be a fictitious advertising firm.
During a June 22nd discussion with Fox contributor Martha MacCallum, O'Reilly focused on a $35,000 advertising payment to New Hampshire ad firm Draper Sterling. The payment drew scrutiny because the company's name was similar to lead characters in a fictitious television series about an ad agency, Mad Men.
Media outlets have confirmed that Draper Sterling appears to be a real ad firm, although it remains unclear what work the company actually did for the Trump campaign.
But O'Reilly ignored the most scandalous aspects of Trump's May FEC report.
New York Magazine explained that the "embarrassingly bad" report showed that Trump raised just $3.1 million in May but paid out $6.7 million.
Furthermore, roughly 20 percent of the money spent by the Trump campaign in May went to either companies owned by Trump and his family, or to travel reimbursements for his children. The Trump campaign also spent more than $900,000 on T-shirts, hats, mugs and signs.
CNBC reported this:
About 20 percent of May spending went to Trump companies or reimbursements for his children. That includes a roughly $423,000 payment to the Trump Organization's Mar-a-Lago club.
Trump's campaign also spent a solid portion of its May haul on "collateral," like T-shirts, hats, mugs and signs. It spent more than $900,000 on those categories, more than 13 percent of its total spending.
"Trump's failure to develop an effective fundraising operation has his campaign at this point without the resources to scale up its staffing, build a field organization, or begin advertising in crucial states," said Anthony Corrado, a professor of government at Colby College and campaign finance expert.
"His campaign spending is largely devoted to the costs of personal paraphernalia, such as hats and mugs, which can be sold or distributed by the campaign as a means of raising small sums of money."
These 23 GOP Senators Voted Against The New Gun Control Laws
By: Steve - June 24, 2016 - 9:00am
And every single one of them should be voted out of office for representing the NRA above the will of the American people. Polls show that 80% of the people support the new gun control laws, but the Republicans do not care, all they care about is doing what the NRA wants them to, and taking millions from them for their elections and their re-election.
Here is the list:
1) Kelly Ayotte (NH)
2) Roy Blunt (MO)
3) John Boozman (AR)
4) Richard Burr (NC)
5) Mike Crapo (ID)
6) Chuck Grassley (IO)
7) Richard Shelby (AL)
8) David Vitter (LA)
9) John Hoeven (ND)
10) Johnny Isakson (GA)
11) Ron Johnson (WI)
12) James Lankford (OK)
13) Mike Lee (UT)
14) John McCain (AZ)
15) John Thune (SD)
16) Dan Coats (ID)
17) Jerry Moran (KS)
18) Lisa Murkowski (AK)
19) Rand Paul (KY)
20) Marco Rubio (FL)
21) Tim Scott (SC)
22) Rob Portman (OH)
23) Pat Toomey (PA)
On Monday night, one week after the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, the Senate rejected four gun-related measures. One proposal would have made it harder for suspected terrorists to purchase firearms and another would have expanded background checks to all gun sales.
Similar measures also failed after 26 people were killed at Sandy Hook Elementary School and 14 people were killed at a San Bernardino office party.
The votes are not surprising given that the 56 senators who voted against expanding background checks (and 53 who voted against allowing the attorney general to stop the sale of a firearm to a suspected terrorist) have received a combined total of roughly $36 million from the National Rifle Association.
"What am I going to tell 49 grieving families?" Sen. Bill Nelson (D-FL) said after the votes. "I am going to tell them the NRA won again."
But roughly 90 percent of Americans -- including 80 percent of gun owners -- support these measures. Immediately after the vote, voters and gun control advocates vowed to make the upcoming election a referendum on Republican politicians who are beholden to the NRA. On Twitter, people expressed their disapproval at Congress with the hashtag #RememberinNovember.
A total of 24 Republican Senate seats are up for election in November -- 22 face reelection and two are retiring. Illinois Republican Sen. Mark Kirk, the most vulnerable Republican senator running for re-election, bucked his party and voted in favor of closing the current loophole that allows people to purchase firearms online and at gun shows without a background check. The other 23, meanwhile, voted against that measure.
The Republican senators who both voted against background checks and who could leave office in January have received a net total of $16 million dollars over their careers from the NRA.
That number accounts for all of the money they've received from the NRA, both directly and indirectly. It also includes all of the money the NRA has spent against their opponents (payments the NRA has made in favor of their opponents are subtracted).
"A lot of these people are up for re-election this year and I will dedicate the next several months of my life to making sure we remember that," Everytown for Gun Safety survivor engagement manager Erica Lafferty Smegielski said Monday.
Smegielski's mother, Dawn Hochsprung, was the principal of Sandy Hook Elementary School and was killed in the shooting there in 2012.
"We're going to take it to the polls," she continued. "And if Congress again, now after the worst mass shooting on U.S. soil in modern history, if they're not going to act now then when? Clearly it's not going to happen with the people who are holding office and we're going to hold them accountable for that and vote them out in November."
Only On Fox: Three White Guys Debate & Deny White Privilege
By: Steve - June 23, 2016 - 11:00am
Not only did they debate and deny white privilege, they made jokes about it. It was three white Republicans who have the benefit of white privilege sitting there denying there is white privilege.
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): Now, I really didn't understand too much of that, Gutfeld, but I know you were locked in. It's like Garth and what's his other name?
GREG GUTFELD: You're talking about Wayne's World.
GUTFELD: I do believe white privilege exists but so does black privilege, Asian privilege, Arab privilege. But the biggest privilege of all is hot privilege. That no matter what race you are, if you're hot, you always win. David Duke would give his left arm to sleep with Beyonce. The homely have no Gandhi, Bill. They have no Gandhi.
O'REILLY: Those guys made more sense than you just did.
GUTFELD: I do my best, Bill.
O'REILLY: You have any idea at what the message was from those guys?
BERNARD MCGUIRK: Of course, white privilege. They're saying that it doesn't exist. But I say it does.
O'REILLY: You do.
MCGUIRK: We have the Congressional White Caucus. We have the National Association for the Advancement of White People.
O'REILLY: No, we don't.
MCGUIRK: White Lives Matter. Just go down to Appalachia and ask any person how they're doing, they'll tell you they're doing just fine. Anybody at a trailer park in the South, or out on Long Island, they're doing wonderful. Listen Bill, if you wake up in the country, delay gratification, work hard, lose the chip on your shoulder, that's all it takes. In this country more than any other country in the history of civilization.
O'REILLY: Isn't it boring, this is a serious point, this white privilege and black lives matter. Isn't this boring? I hate to be a kumbaya guy, but it's just boring now.
MCGUIRK: You hit the lottery so big time when you're born in this country, no matter what class, what strata, if you work hard.
O'REILLY: Just because you're here, you get a shot. I know it's harder for people with bad fathers and fathers who leave.
Mark Cuban Trashes Donald Trump And Mocks His Business Competence
By: Steve - June 23, 2016 - 10:00am
During a recent interview with Extra, Cuban had some rather harsh (and hilarious) words to say about Donald Trump.
"You know what? It's rare that you see someone get stupider before your eyes, but he's really working at it," Cuban said. "You have to give him credit. It's a difficult thing to do, but he's accomplished it."
He was also asked whether or not he's had any contact with the presumptive GOP presidential candidate.
"He sent me an email when I started picking on him," Cuban answered. "What happened was I really didn't like Ted Cruz, so I started helping Donald, tried to encourage him, because I thought he'd be, and to this day thought he'd be a better candidate than Ted Cruz. But at some point, you've got to start learning and understanding the issues, you know? Donald has been at this a year but you don't look at him and say, 'Wow, he's gotten so much smarter on this topic or that topic.' In fact, you look at him and say, 'What the hell are you talking about?' That's not good for America."
After mockingly saying that he can't name one "good deal" Trump has actually done, Cuban went on to say that Trump would be "kicked out of Shark Tank so fast, it would make your head spin."
While I agree with most of what Cuban said, I'm not seeing much difference in the Donald Trump we see today and the same man who called most Mexican immigrants rapists and criminals when he launched his campaign last year.
But I do find his comments about Trump's business record rather telling. As a verified and legitimate billionaire and businessman, for Cuban to take direct shots at Trump's business acumen is a pretty big statement. Trump sells himself as some sort of genius in the business world, but when you get right down to it, he seems to be more of a con man who's done a fantastic job selling his last name as a brand more than anything else.
That's basically what Trump has done throughout his entire campaign. He's sold a brand full of bold promises aimed at pandering to certain groups of ignorant people, while not really offering rational, substantive or tangible solutions to anything.
I think Mark Cuban summed up Trump's campaign best when he said that "The Donald" has managed to somehow "get stupider" before our very eyes.
As Expected O'Reilly Did Not Say He Was Sorry For Slap Remark
By: Steve - June 23, 2016 - 9:00am
The Congressional Black Caucus demanded a public apology from Bill O'Reilly, after O'Reilly stated he wanted to slap the African-American Congressman Jim Clyburn for his push to strengthen gun safety laws.
The Congressional Black Caucus call for an apology comes after O'Reilly's June 16 appearance on Fox News Fox & Friends, where O'Reilly attacked Clyburn's call for stronger gun legislation, saying "I just want to slap him, with all due respect."
O'Reilly continued, asking "What is it going to take? Do the ISIS people have to come to your backyard, do they have to put you in a cage?"
Politico reported that the Congressional Black Caucus Chairman G.K. Butterfield said: "The Congressional Black Caucus is absolutely outraged" at O'Reilly, calling on O'Reilly to "disavow the statement and apologize" to Clyburn:
"The Congressional Black Caucus is absolutely outraged," Chairman G.K. Butterfield (D-N.C.) told POLITICO, adding that the caucus is calling "upon [O'Reilly] to disavow the statement and apologize" to Clyburn.
So what did O'Reilly do, he attacked them some more, refused to say he was sorry, invited them on his lame cable news show, then slammed them once again for not coming on his racist and biased fake news show.
Notice how O'Reilly spins the issue, which is what he does best, spin things in the so-called no spin zone. O'Reilly said the crazy liberal websites were misleading their readers, when all they/we did was quote him directly (word for word) from his own transcript, and post the actual video of what he said, so how in the hell is that misleading anyone?
Partial transcript for the June 20th O'Reilly Factor:
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): I want to spotlight something that happened last week. Congressman Jim Clyburn, very liberal guy from South Carolina, put forth an amazing analysis of the Orlando terror attack to which I replied.
Now, I used a slap line as a rhetorical device to show my displeasure. That was obvious unless you are a complete moron. But the crazy left websites who routinely mislead their readers played it up as an actual physical threat. A few hours later, the Congressional Black Caucus demanded an apology. I very politely said to them "Come on the Factor, we'll talk about it."
I also invited Congressman Clyburn on as well. Guess what? They are hiding under their desks. I guess they are afraid I would slap them. So, here's the deal. We researched the congressman, and we can find no mention of gun control in connection with the Chicago violence. None. This weekend, 13 more people shot to death in the windy city. At least 43 others wounded, including a 3-year-old boy.
That brings the total to about 1,800 human beings shot so far this year in Chicago. Paging Congressman Clyburn. Come on. If he were truly concerned about guns in America, he would have to say at least something about his fellow African-Americans being shot down in Chicago every single day, and it's been going on for years. He would have to say something, would he not?
And for the record, that O'Reilly got wrong, Congressman Clyburn has spoken out about gun violence in Chicago, many times, O'Reilly just never reports it. All he did was speak out about fixing some gun laws, that 80% to 90% of the American people agree with, and O'Reilly said he wanted to slap him for it.
Then after getting slammed for the comment by just about everyone, O'Reilly attacked him again and called him a coward for not coming on his fake news show. And that's the fair and balanced no spin zone, haha, yeah right, and I'm Elvis too.
It Looks Like Trump Is Running One Big Scam
By: Steve - June 22, 2016 - 11:00am
And of course, you never hear O'Reilly report any of this, so much for journalism.
Corporations & Some GOP Party Delegates Are Opposed To Trump
By: Steve - June 22, 2016 - 10:00am
Trump even said the media is making it all up, even though some of those GOP delegates have been on tv talking about how they can dump Trump at the convention by changing the party rules, and one of them is on the rules committee. It just shows what a liar Trump is, and how he is living in fantasy land, in his world everyone loves him and he is doing great, even though reality is the opposite.
Even while Donald Trump moves forward as the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, establishment figures in both politics and business have stepped away from the candidate. Some delegates are withdrawing support from Trump and major corporations have decided to bow out in their sponsorship or offer less to the Republican convention this year.
A small but reportedly increasing coalition of delegates say there may be enough Republicans to unite against Trump and make changes to party rules. If they change those rules, then delegates have the ability to vote for anyone at the convention. They would be allowed to vote for someone besides Trump if it violates their moral or religious beliefs.
On Thursday, at least 30 delegates from 15 states participated in a conference call on the subject. The convention's rules committee meets July 14 and 15. Even if the rules committee supported the proposal, a majority of convention delegates would still have to agree. The effort is being led by a Colorado delegate who supported Ted Cruz and is a member of the party rules committee, Kendal Unruh.
At a rally in Las Vegas on Saturday, Trump acknowledged the news about delegates organizing against him and said, "So now I hear after beating them fair and square. So how would you like to have someone who wins not only 37 states and no one else was remotely close, sets an all-time record gets 14 million votes over period of nine months and gets 37 states. How would you like to be in a party where Trump wins? Where Trump keeps winning? Where Trump gets the highest ratings in history of television?" Trump said.
"I mean forget about the fact that Republican National Committee put out a statement saying it's all made up by the press, by these people right here," Trump said as he pointed to the press as the audience booed. "These are the most dishonest people, not all of them, but I watched CNN yesterday knowing it can't happen and then, 'Breaking news there will be this and that at the convention!' I beat the hell out of them," Trump said.
Which is not what CNN reported, all they did was report that some GOP delegates are trying to get the rules changed so they can dump Trump at the convention, and that one of them is on the rules committee, so Trump was also lying about what they reported.
When asked whether House Republican conference members should follow their conscience on deciding to support Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan told Chuck Todd on Meet the Press, "Oh, absolutely. The last thing I would do is tell anybody to do something that's contrary to their conscience. Of course I wouldn't do that. Look, believe me, Chuck. I get that this a very strange situation. Trump is a very unique nominee."
Which is a nice way of saying Trump is crazy and you can vote for him or not, and I wish we had a different nominee. That is what Ryan really meant.
The Republican National Committee has even dismissed the reports about delegates organizing against Trump. Its spokesman, Sean Spicer made this statement to the press, "There is no organized effort, strategy or leader of this so-called movement. It is nothing more than a media creation and a series of tweets."
They also refuse to admit reality, one of the people on the GOP convention rules committee is on tv saying it is all true, so the RNC is as big of a liar as Trump is.
A number of large companies have decided to stop or reduce their participation in or sponsorship of the Republican National Convention. The list of companies that aren't sponsoring at all includes JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, United Parcel Service, Motorola, and Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc, which all sponsored the last convention, Bloomberg reported. Although the tech giants Google, Microsoft, and Facebook will all be present at the convention, Apple decided to sit this one out, specifically citing Trump's controversial rhetoric.
Although Trump and Apple have had their issues for a while now -- he called for a boycott of the company's products back in February, referring to the company's refusal to break into the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters on behalf of the FBI -- Apple specifically referred to his statements about immigrants, people of color, and women as the reason for not sponsoring the convention.
O'Reilly Can't Remember The Last Time An Abortion Clinic Was Attacked
By: Steve - June 22, 2016 - 9:00am
Fox Host Bill O'Reilly downplayed the dangers of anti-abortion attacks claiming he was unable to remember the last time an abortion clinic was attacked by right-wing extremists, ignoring the long history of attacks against abortion clinics.
On the June 21 edition of The O'Reilly Factor, O'Reilly argued with contributor Kirsten Powers over remarks made by CNN's Van Jones claiming that "young white" right-wing extremists are seven times more likely to kill an American citizen than Muslim terrorists. During his discussion with Powers, O'Reilly dismissed the prevalence of right-wing Christian attacks by asking, "When is the last time a Christian blew up an abortion clinic?"
The National Abortion Federation reports there have been 42 documented cases of bombing or attempted bombings of abortion clinics since 1977. Most recently, in 2005 a man confessed to two deadly bombings at women's clinics in Georgia and Alabama. After pleading guilty to the crimes, he told the court "abortion is murder."
And that does not include abortion doctors who have been shot and killed by far-right pro-life nuts, O'Reilly also can't remember them, and never mentions them.
From 1977-2014, 6,948 incidents of violence have been reported at abortion clinics, including the Nov. 27 deadly shooting at a Colorado Planned Parenthood clinic that was inspired by false claims that alleged the network of clinics illegally sold "baby parts."
Reproductive health clinics have faced a surge of violent threats following conservative media's wave of anti-abortion attacks that tailed the release of the deceptive video that inspired the Colorado shooter.
Donald Trump Is Hated By Everyone But A Few Republicans
By: Steve - June 21, 2016 - 10:00am
Here is something Bill O'Reilly never reports on, the actual approve/disapprove numbers for his friend Donald Trump. Yes O'Reilly mentions in passing that a lot of people do not like Trump, but he never does a detailed in-depth segment on the numbers, putting them ALL on the screen for everyone to see, because when you look at them it is stunning just how many people hate Donald Trump.
He is hated by everyone, out of 22 categories the ABC/Washington Post poll sampled, Trump is negative in all of them but one, the Republicans overall give him a 65% favorable rating to 34% unfavorable. The other 21 categories have Trump more negative than positive, and that included conservatives and white men, who have Trump at 46% favorable and 52% unfavorable.
He is just about the most hated man in America, except for maybe Bill O'Reilly. And when you look at the numbers it is stunning, what's more stunning is that Trump knows what these numbers are and yet he does not change the way he is campaigning. It's as if he is trying to lose, because he could not be doing a worse job of running for President, it's as if he is trying to destroy the Republican party, because he is.
Just look at these numbers For Donald Trump, the first one is unfavorable and the 2nd is favorable:
1) All - 29% - 70%
2) Registered Voters - 31% - 69%
3) Independents - 31% - 68%
4) Democrats - 5% - 95%
5) Conservatives - 46% - 52%
6) Moderates - 26% - 73%
7) Liberals - 11% - 89%
8) Men - 36% - 62%
9) Women - 23% - 77%
10) Whites - 39% - 59%
11) Blacks - 4% - 94%
12) Hispanics - 11% - 89%
13) Non-Whites - 12% - 88%
14) White Men - 46% - 52%
15) White Women - 33% - 67%
16) Non-White Men - 17% - 82%
17) Non-White Women - 7% - 93%
18) College Grads. - 25% - 74%
19) Non-Grad. - 31% - 68%
20) Under 50 - 23% - 76%
21) Over 50 - 37% - 62%
And now (Drumroll) the one category Trump has a higher favorable than unfavorable:
22) Republicans - 65% - 34%
Which shows just how out of touch most Republicans are with the rest of America, because Trump is hated by everyone but a few Republicans who love him no matter what he says or does.
They are the brainwashed robots who vote for the party nominee no matter how bad he is, how much of a racist he is, or how crazy he is. They are what I call party fools that just vote Republican no matter what. Hitler could be their nominee and they would still vote for him.
I have some bad news for them, and Bill O'Reilly. Donald Trump is going to lose to Hillary Clinton in a landslide. And not only will it be a historic win (the first woman President) it will destroy the Republican party, and most likely give control of the Senate and the House back to the Democrats.
So not only will another Clinton be in the White House, she will have the Senate and the House behind her, and she will appoint one (if not two) Supreme court justices, and the Republicans will have their voters, Bill O'Reilly, Fox News, and Donald Trump to thank for it.
Trump Campaign Only Has 30 Paid Staff Members
By: Steve - June 21, 2016 - 9:00am
This shows just how unprepared Donald Trump is to run for President, in the entire country he only has 30 paid staffers. That is not even one for each state, which is just laughable, and it proves that Trump had no idea he would get this far, because anyone else would have at least 200, if not more at this point.
Much has been made about how unprepared Donald Trump is for a general election -- and then his campaign revealed Friday that it estimates there are only about 30 paid Trump staffers on the ground nationwide.
Taylor West, who worked on the campaign for failed Democratic presidential candidate Chris Dodd in 2008, said that 30 paid operatives was how many her candidate had in Iowa alone:
Thirty! We literally had that many staffers in Iowa alone on Chris Dodd's presidential campaign.
Trump is counting on Republican Party-led state-based efforts to win the general election, despite the fact that many in the Republican establishment are fairly skeptical about Trump as their nominee.
Nevertheless, one aide defended Trump's decision to The Associated Press by saying, "We are creating the playbook."
Hillary Clinton began putting state-level directors in swing states back in April.
Trump Fires Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski
By: Steve - June 20, 2016 - 11:50am
The guy that Trump said he would never fire, was fired today.
Falling in the polls and watching Republican delegates mount a campaign to dump him, Donald Trump cut ties with his controversial campaign manager Corey Lewandowski.
Trump announced the change in a statement from spokeswoman Hope Hicks, which was first reported by The New York Times.
Lewandowski had been with Trump since January 2015, when most political observers believed the reality TV star was never going to actually run for president, and guided him to securing the nomination in May when his final opponents dropped out.
The New Hampshire native had no experience on national campaigns, and had jealousy protected his access to and influence with Trump, arguing that letting "Trump be Trump" was the strategy that would win the White House just as it won the nomination.
Even though it worked for the crazy Republican primary, that is clearly not working now with the rest of America, the people who are not crazy far-right loons that are dumb enough to support the lying Donald Trump.
Lewandowski faced increasing pressure from both inside the campaign and from Republican Party leaders to broaden his approach and conduct a more traditional campaign to go up against Democrat Hillary Clinton.
For weeks Lewandowski had been competing with longtime GOP lobbyist and consultant Paul Manafort, who was originally brought in to manage the campaign's delegate tracking operation for the nominating convention in Cleveland.
It's Time To Vote Some People Out Of Office
By: Steve - June 20, 2016 - 11:30am
After they have the gun votes find out who voted against banning people on the terror watch list from having guns, and vote them out of office. If you can not vote to keep people on the terror watch list from legally buying guns, you do not deserve to be an elected official.
The Senators and Congressman who vote against it are not representing the people, they are representing the NRA. All the polls have shown that 80% of ALL Americans are in favor of banning people on the terror watch list from buying guns. So that means if they vote against it, they are going against the will of the people, which is the opposite of what they were elected to do.
O'Reilly & Miller Attack Samantha Bee For Her Opinion Of Prayer
By: Steve - June 20, 2016 - 11:00am
To begin with, it's a free country and it's her show, so she can give her opinion if she wants to. And 2nd, she is pretty much right, prayer does nothing to save lives or prevent future lives from being lost in more mass shootings.
But of course O'Reilly and Miller do not see it that way, they see it as another liberal attacking their religion. Even though she was not attacking religion, she was simply saying prayer will not bring those dead victims back, or keep more people from being killed in the future, while banning people who are on the terror watch list from buying an assault rifle would.
O'Reilly and Miller claim to represent the majority of Americans, and they call for common sense, but in this case they are in the minority and do not represent the majority of Americans, or common sense. Because 80% of the people want a law that says if you are on the terror watch list you can not legally buy a gun, and it is the opposite of common sense to be against blocking people on the terror watch list from buying guns, especially assault rifles, high capacity magazines, and massive amounts of bullets.
O'Reilly and Miller ignored all that to make it a religious issue, when it's a gun law issue. We should pass a new assault weapons ban, and make it illegal for people on the terror watch list to buys guns and ammo. It may not stop all of them, but it will stop some, and make it much harder to get the guns they need to mass kill people. Nobody needs a 50 or a 100 shot clip for hunting or self defense, only the police and the military should have those high capacity magazines.
And it will never happen, because the Republicans are in the back pocket of the NRA, and they do whatever the NRA tells them to. I predict the gun law bills will not get the 60 votes they need in the Senate, because of the Republicans and the NRA, even though 80% of the people support the new gun bills.
And that is why I am glad Donald Trump won the Republican primary, so everyone can see what the Real Republican party looks like, and the people can see how scary they are, so they can clean house and get rid of as many Republicans as possible, to send a message to these far-right loons that if they do not move to the middle they are going to destroy their own party.
Last week on The O'Reilly Factor, host Bill O'Reilly and guest Dennis Miller were mad as hell that Samantha Bee had the audacity to mock the efficacy of prayer after the Orlando shooting -- even though she didn't actually mock prayer, only prayer unaccompanied by the action the Bible implores the faithful to pair with it.
Miller said that 'I know a lot of people mock prayer, but I'm a believer, so I don't have any wisdom. I'm kind of laid low by this, I don't have any idea other than God bless the people who passed and the people who survived them -- I'll say my prayers for you."
Proving that O'Reilly and Miller just do not get it, or they do, and they spin what she said for political reasons, because she is not saying you can not be a believer or say prayers, she is saying prayers will not bring 49 people who were shot and killed back to life.
She was also saying we can not pray the problem away, we need to do something to make it harder for some people to buy assault weapons, not ban guns, just keep them away from crazy people and suspected terrorists.
Crazy O'Reilly replied that "we deal with this from a policy and historical vantage point, and we hope our politicians wise up and mobilize and protect us better."
"I think that everyone is going to have give up a little," Miller said, his reference altogether unclear. "But it looks like no one is going to give a little, that everybody's dug in."
"The one commentator," O'Reilly replied, "I guess it was Samantha Bee, who mocked people who were praying for the victims -- I mean, look, it's a secular world we live in, but it was offensive to me."
"You know, Billy, when they talk about -- when they come out and say someone's 'Hitler-like' after something like this, the only person who's Hitler-like to me is that shooter," Miller said, apparently referring to Bee. "Taking a group of people he hates and gunning them down -- that's Hitler-like."
Miller then placed Bee in league with President Barack Obama, who is "attuned to the needs of the entire world except for 48 or 49 percent of this country, which he seems to treat scornfully."
Miller later attempted to use some of his so-called "wit," claiming that "political correctness is becoming to Obama what the fiddle was to Nero."
Obama Slams Trump & O'Reilly For Bogus Radical Islamic Terror Words
By: Steve - June 20, 2016 - 10:00am
Bill O'Reilly agreed with the crazy Donald Trump about Obama not using the words radical Islamic Terrorism, and Obama took them both to school over it, saying it is not a strategy it's a political talking point that does no good for anyone.
At a campaign rally Wednesday in Atlanta Donald Trump said it is important to use the term radical Islamic terror because if you don't name the problem you're never going to solve the problem.
O'Reilly: Perception That Obama's Refusal To Say "Radical Islamic Terrorism" Show's He's Not Tough On "The Jihad"
Last week President Obama lashed out at Republicans, and particularly Donald Trump, who have called him soft on terrorism, warning that loose talk about Muslims has harmed the United States campaign against militant groups in the Middle East and elsewhere.
Obama challenged the demand by his critics that he characterize acts of terrorism, including the mass shooting in Orlando, as the work of radical Islam -- a phrase the president has refused to use because he believes it unfairly implicates an entire religious group for the acts of militant extremists.
A day earlier, Trump used the phrase to question Obama's commitment to stopping terrorist acts, including the Orlando shooting, by saying the president refuses to define the enemy.
"That's the key, they tell us. We can't get ISIL unless we call them 'radical Islamists,'" Obama said, referring to the Islamic State militant group after meeting with his National Security Council at the Treasury Department to discuss the administration's counterterrorism strategy.
"What exactly would using this label accomplish? What exactly would it change? Would it make ISIL less committed to trying to kill Americans? Would it bring in more allies? Is there a military strategy that is served by this? The answer is, none of the above. Calling a threat by a different name does not make it go away. This is a political distraction."
Bingo, Obama nailed it. It's a political talking point by O'Reilly, Trump, and the far-right to make Obama look soft on terrorism, even though he got Bin Laden and has been more tough on terrorism than Bush was, minus the waterboarding of course.
The president added this: "There's no magic to the phrase, 'radical Islam.' It's a political talking point; it's not a strategy."
Insane Dana Loesch Claims Banning AR-15 Is A War On Women
By: Steve - June 20, 2016 - 9:00am
This is the kind of loons Fox and Megyn Kelly put on tv to have a discussion about guns.
On The Kelly File, Dana Loesch Claims Banning The AR-15 "Is A War On Women"
Loesch: "This Is A War On Women, Because The AR-15 Is The Most Popular Rifle With Women. You're Talking About Disarming Women"
MEGYN KELLY (HOST): We are short on time today, but Dana, why does the AR-15 and guns like that, why do those need to be out there?
DANA LOESCH: Well, the AR-15 is -- it's a .22. I mean, if you are actually going to do -- If fact, if I was actually going to go, and go after a bad guy in my house, I'm not gonna grab my AR-15. I'm gonna grab my shotgun, or I'm gonna grab my Glock, I'm gonna grab something a little bit, you know, little bit more serious.
NOMIKI KONST: So why have the killing machines?
LOESCH: Women, this is a war on women, because the AR-15 is the most popular rifle with women.
You're talking about disarming women.
KONST: Oh, come on, Dana. These talking points are ridiculous.
What she says does not even make sense, first she says she would not even grab the AR-15, she would grab her shotgun or her Glock, so that kills her argument to begin with. Then she says if you ban the AR-15 you are disarming women, which is ridiculous, because they can still have a shotgun, a Glock, or any of the other million different guns that are out there for home defense.
A small 9mm handgun or a shotgun is better than anything, an AR-15 is not even made for home defense. Loesch is insane, and Megyn Kelly is a fool for even putting that loon on the air to spew out that insanity. But that is what passes for a gun debate on Fox News.
Some GOP Delegates Have A New Plan To Stop Donald Trump
By: Steve - June 19, 2016 - 10:00am
Dozens of Republican convention delegates are hatching a new plan to block Donald Trump at this summer's party meetings, in what has become the most organized effort so far to stop the businessman from becoming the GOP nominee.
The delegates are angered by Trump's recent comments on gun control, his racial attacks on a federal judge and his sinking poll numbers. They are convinced that Trump is an insufficiently conservative candidate and believe they will find enough like-minded Republicans within the next month to change party rules and allow delegates to vote for whomever they want, regardless of who won their state caucus or primary.
The new campaign is being run by the only people who can actually make changes to party rules, rather than by pundits and media figures who have been pining for a Trump alternative.
"This literally is an 'Anybody but Trump' movement," said Kendal Unruh, a Republican delegate from Colorado who is leading the campaign. "Nobody has any idea who is going to step in and be the nominee, but we're not worried about that. We're just doing that job to make sure that he's not the face of our party."
The fresh wave of anti-Trump organizing comes as a growing number of Republicans have signaled that they will not support Trump for president. In addition, House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.), who is slated to chair the Republican National Convention next month in Cleveland, said in remarks released Friday that House Republicans should "follow their conscience" on whether to support Trump.
Ryan has endorsed Trump. But his use of the word "conscience" could prove helpful to delegates organizing the anti-Trump campaign because they are pushing to pass a "conscience clause" that would unbind delegates and allow them to vote for whoever they want.
Other top Republicans, including Ohio Gov. John Kasich, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan and Rep. Fred Upton, said this week that they will not back Trump. Richard Armitage, a deputy secretary of state in George W. Bush's administration who is close with other members of the party's national security establishment, announced plans to vote for Democrat Hillary Clinton if Trump is nominated by Republicans.
Eric Minor, a GOP delegate from Washington state, said he felt compelled to join Unruh's group because "I hear a lot of people saying, 'Why doesn't somebody do something about this?' Well you know what, I'm one of the people who can. There's only 2,400 of us. I'm going to reach out and see if there seems to be momentum for this. And if there is, we'll see where it goes."
"This isn't going to go away," warned Cecil Stinemetz, a delegate from Iowa participating in the new campaign. "Trump or others might say that these are just little groups who won't do anything and it'll fizz out -- that's not going to happen. Trump just continues to embarrass himself and his party and this is not going to let up."
NYPD Commissioner Slams Trump Praises Obama On Terrorism & Guns
By: Steve - June 19, 2016 - 9:00am
Even NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton sees through the empty tough talk of Donald Trump.
In a press conference at the NYPD headquarters on Tuesday, Bratton praised President Obama's record on combatting the threat of terrorism and questioned whether Trump could ever match it.
"Actions speak louder than words," Bratton said. "Obama's been doing one hell of a job, I think, basically trying to kill those bastards before they kill us. So, let's see what Mr. Trump does in terms of matching actions to rhetoric."
Bratton is referring to the extensive list of senior-level terrorists taken out during Obama's presidency, including Osama bin Laden. The president has also authorized thousands of airstrikes against ISIS, more than all U.S. allies combined, resulting in the terror group's loss of almost half their territory in Iraq and 20 percent in Syria.
The commissioner's comments come in the midst of Trump's erratic and irresponsible response to the tragedy in Orlando. Trump, of course, responded by first congratulating himself for being right on terrorism and then accused the president of siding with extremist groups like ISIS.
Bratton also expressed his concern at the alarming number of mass shootings that take place in the United States.
"We have a mass shooting every day in the United States involving four or more victims. Every day in the United States, a mass shooting," the commissioner said. "It's become almost a fact of life here."
On MSNBC's Morning Joe, Bratton was even tougher on Trump and Republicans, saying they "prostitute themselves in front of the NRA."
"They put the interest of their own political careers and that of the NRA ahead of the American people," he said.
At his press conference later in the day, Bratton also responded to critics of Obama - namely Trump and Rudy Giuliani - who have accused the president of making it harder for police to do their job and prevent terrorism.
"This is an old warhorse that he and the presidential candidates continue to bring up," New York's top cop said. "I knocked it down with Sen. Ted Cruz, I'll knock it down with Trump and I'll knock it down with the former mayor."
Crazy O'Reilly Agrees With Trump Over Obama Not Saying Radical Islamic Terrorism
By: Steve - June 18, 2016 - 10:00am
Once again O'Reilly shows his bias for Trump, and his support, by defending the insane statement from Trump that Obama is soft on terrorists simply because he did not say the words radical Islamic terrorism in his press conference after the Orlando shooting, even though he did call it terrorism.
O'Reilly even says Obama and Hillary will not be tough on terrorism, when it is the Republicans and the NRA who did not renew the assault weapons ban, and the Republicans who will not vote to keep people on the terrorism watch list from legally buying guns. If anyone is soft on terrorism, it's the Republicans and the NRA who think it's ok for people on the terror watch list to buy assault rifles.
O'Reilly: Perception That Obama's Refusal To Say "Radical Islamic Terrorism" Show's He's Not Tough On "The Jihad"
Bill O'Reilly: "That Gives A Big Advantage To Donald Trump And His Quest To Become President"
BILL O'REILLY (HOST): If President Obama and by extension Hillary Clinton continue to hold power there will not be, not be drastic action taken by the U.S.A. against ISIS or anybody else. It's just the way it is. Donald Trump has capitalized on that. His two big issues are the economy and terrorism. He says the U.S.A. must ban Muslims, at least in the short-term from coming to America if they live in areas that have terrorism.
Talking Points does not believe that kind of ban would make us safer. We need the Jordanians. We need the Gulf states. We need Morocco to help us fight the savages, especially in the intelligence area. However, as I told Mr. Trump earlier this week, every refugee seeking asylum in this country has to be vetted extensively.
No one from a terror area can just take up residence here without ICE knowing exactly what they have done in their lives. By the way, even with extensive vetting, doesn't mean terrorists will not get in. They will, they have, they're here. And in European countries some of the refugees have already committed terrorist acts.
So this is one big mess. And there are no easy solutions as everybody knows. But with President Obama hesitating to use the words radical Islamic terrorism, the perception in some quarters is, he is not as tough as he could be on the jihad. And that gives a big advantage to Donald Trump and his quest to become president.
Seth Meyers: Trump's Anti-Muslim Smears Are Bigotry
By: Steve - June 18, 2016 - 9:00am
Meyers: "Trump's Vague Innuendo Is No Accident. This Is A Strategy He Uses To Try To Appeal To The Outer-Fringes While Also Avoiding Accountability"
SETH MEYERS: Yesterday in the wake of the shooting in Orlando, Donald Trump gave a speech on terrorism in which he continued his Cal Ripken-esque streak of making inflammatory statements without any evidence whatsoever. For more on this, it's time for a closer look. Man, I've got to say, when it comes to bigotry, Trump keeps upping his game.
MEYERS: Even for Trump, Monday was a new low. For one thing, Trump banned a major newspaper from reporting on his campaign. And it's not even the first time he's done that.
MEYERS: Trump complained that The Washington Post has reported inaccurately on comments he made in which he seemed to suggest that President Obama sympathized with terrorists, comments Trump made in an interview Monday morning.
DONALD TRUMP: He doesn't get it or he gets it better than anybody understands. It's one or the other... We're led by a man that either is not tough, not smart, or he's got something else in mind. And the something else in mind, you know, people can't believe it.
MEYERS: Sure, Trump didn't explicitly say it, he implied it with all the subtlety of an eighth-grader's cologne.
MEYERS: In fact, later in a radio interview, Trump was given a chance to clear all this up by stating unequivocally that he was not trying to imply that President Obama somehow sympathizes with terrorists. But instead, Trump said, quote, "I'll let people figure that out for themselves."
MEYERS: But Trump's vague innuendo is no accident. This is a strategy he uses to try to appeal to the outer-fringes while also avoiding accountability.
MEYERS: As for The Washington Post, we here at Late Night believe in freedom of the press and therefore have decided to stand in solidarity with them. So as long as The Washington Post is banned from Donald Trump's campaign, Donald Trump will be banned from ever coming on this show.
MEYERS: Trump's comments on Monday were especially jarring when you consider that just last week, the Republican officials supporting him had expressed hope that he would soften his incendiary rhetoric and stick to the GOP message. So how is Trump doing?
MEYERS: To be clear, this is bigotry, plain and simple, to claim that any group of people, immigrants or anyone else, has anything in common with a terrorist-murderer based simply on their ethnic background or their religion or where they're from is dangerous and wrong.
And that wasn't the only patently false statement Trump made on Monday. He also claimed without a shred of evidence that there are Muslims in this country who are knowingly protecting terrorists.
MEYERS: Trump's claim is a bigoted lie. First, Muslim communities across the country have countless times worked with law enforcement to help identify terrorist suspects. One state found that Muslim community members provided critical information in two out of every five disrupted plots between 2001 and 2011.
Second, this hateful, dangerous rhetoric has the potential to make Muslims Americans feel threatened and unwelcome. Trump also cynically attempted on Monday to cast himself as the champion LGBT rights, telling Fox News, quote, "I'm far better for the gay community than Hillary Clinton is."
That's right, Trump is great for the gay community, as long as you ignore all the times Trump has repeatedly expressed his opposition to marriage equality and promised to appoint Supreme Court justices who would overturn it.
MEYERS: Trump is stoking fear and spreading hate. And this is important. We can't become immune to it. We cannot allow it to become normalized, which is why we need a robust, independent press, like the newspapers Trump banned from his campaign, to challenge the fearmongering and provide us with sober, clear-eyed reporting.
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O'Reilly Wonders How The Moon Got There
More Republican Hate & Racism O'Reilly Has Ignored
Another Poll O'Reilly Has Totally Ignored
O'Reilly Thinks We Are Still In A Recession
O'Reilly's Nazi Comment Defense Was Laughable
Fox News The Least Trusted Cable News Network
O'Reilly Caught Lying About The Media (Again)
O'Reilly Claims Estate Tax A Seizure Of Property
O'Reilly Called Bernie Sanders A Loon
Bloomberg Tax Cut Poll Proves O'Reilly Was Lying
O'Reilly Ignored Positive DADT Study & Story
O'Reilly & Fox Ignore Judge Being A 9-11 Truther
More Real News O'Reilly Has Ignored
More Proof O'Reilly Spins The Obama Job Ratings
O'Reilly Got The Ireland Economic Crisis Wrong
O'Reilly Ignored The Tom Delay Conviction Story
Women Of America: You Need To Read This
Conclusive Proof O'Reilly Is Dishonest & Crazy
O'Reilly Nazi Comparison Hypocrisy
O'Reilly Ignores New Poll While Promoting Paladino
Andrew Sullivan Called O'Reilly A Dishonest Propagandist
O'Reilly Caught Lying About The Nevada RCP Senate Poll
O'Reilly Ignored Right-Wing Abortion Bomber Terrorism Story
Fox & O'Reilly Ignored Friday Pro-Mosque NY Rally
O'Reilly Busted For Health Insurance Premium Lies
Most Factor Gear Made in Vietnam And China
O'Reilly Caught Lying About His Ratings Again
O'Reilly Busted For 1st Time Retraction Lie
The Bill O'Reilly Non-Apology Shirley Sherrod Apology
O'Reilly & The Right Are Racist Idiots
O'Reilly Ignored Tea Party Express Racism Story
O'Reilly Compares Gay People To Al-Qaeda
Proof O'Reilly Spins The Obama Job Rating Polls
O'Reilly Ignored Mark Kirk Military Award Lie Story
Where Are The Sedition Charges Now O'Reilly
O'Reilly Caught In A Massive Lie About Jail Time
O'Reilly Running Ads For Emergency Food Supply
O'Reilly Caught Lying About Tea Party Militia Links
O'Reilly Caught Spinning Gallup Tea Party Poll
O'Reilly Ignored Harris Poll Showing Republicans Are Stupid
O'Reilly Caught Lying About Health Reform Bill Tax
O'Reilly Caught Lying About NEJM Health Care Survey
O'Reilly Caught Lying About His Ratings Again
The Truth About Ratings For News Shows
Gallup Poll Proves O'Reilly Is A Right-Wing Spin Doctor
O'Reilly Spinning Fox News Most Trusted Poll
Fox News Did Not Air Hope For Haiti Telethon
O'Reilly Caught Spinning Obama Terrorism Polls
O'Reilly Caught Lying About House Ethics Committee
O'Reilly Caught Lying About His Ratings Increase
O'Reilly Caught Lying About Limbaugh Racism
O'Reilly Caught Lying About Religious Festival
O'Reilly Caught Red Handed Lying About CNN
O'Reilly Caught Violating Journalistic Standards Again
O'Reilly Caught Lying About The ACLU & Racial Profiling
More Proof O'Reilly & FOX News Do Not Tell The Truth
O'Reilly Called Bruce Springsteen Un-American & Un-Patriotic
The Bill O'Reilly Senate Torture Report Countdown Clock
O'Reilly Caught Lying About The Obama Approval Numbers
FOX News Caught Lying About Obama Budget
O'Reilly Busted For Helping GOP Smear Pelosi
O'Reilly Caught Lying About Obama Earmark Promise
Military.com Report Proves O'Reilly Wrong About Homeless Vets
O'Reilly Places 7th in 2008 Wingnut of The Year Award
O'Reilly Denys Reality About Abstinence Only Programs
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