Media mock Trump’s Sweden comment as European press covers continuing crime wave

Media mock Trump’s Sweden comment as European press covers continuing crime wave

by WorldTribune Staff, February 20, 2017 The media was quick to jump on U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments on the “problems” Sweden is having with Muslim migrants. Meanwhile, Swedish police say the wave of crime committed by migrants from Muslim-majority countries is all too real. Riots reportedly broke out in the highly immigrant concentrated Stockholm […]

NY Post scores NY Times for recycling unsourced reports on Trump-Russia contacts

NY Post scores NY Times for recycling unsourced reports on Trump-Russia contacts

by WorldTribune Staff, February 19, 2017 The New York Post, in a Feb. 16 editorial, took its uptown rival The New York Times to task for “hostile, hysterical” coverage “based on anonymous leaks” and “no hard facts.” “Take a deep breath and realize how precious little substance there is in all the breathless reporting about […]

The Trump report: ‘Don’t believe’ the ‘FAKE MEDIA’

The Trump report: ‘Don’t believe’ the ‘FAKE MEDIA’

by WorldTribune Staff, February 19, 2017 Recent highlights from President Donald Trump’s Twitter feed: Feb. 18 Don’t believe the main stream (fake news) media. The White House is running VERY WELL. I inherited a MESS and am in the process of fixing it. Feb. 17 “One of the most effective press conferences I’ve ever seen!” […]

Bezos’ Internet-cloud deal with the CIA worth twice what he paid for the Washington Post

Bezos’ Internet-cloud deal with the CIA worth twice what he paid for the Washington Post

by WorldTribune Staff, February 17, 2017 In its coverage of the CIA, The Washington Post has failed to mention that the paper’s owner, Jeff Bezos, stands to reap huge financial gains from a recently signed $600 million Internet-cloud deal between Amazon, which Bezos also owns, and the intelligence agency. “As Amazon’s majority owner and the Post’s […]

Meet the de-Pressed: Selected excerpts from a press conference for the ages . . .

Meet the de-Pressed: Selected excerpts from a press conference for the ages . . .

by WorldTribune Staff, February 17, 2017 Highlights from President Donald Trump’s Feb. 16 press conference: So if the Democrats who have … All you have to do is look at where they are right now. The only thing they can do is delay, because they’ve screwed things up royally. Believe me. Let me list to […]

Major media narrative on Flynn, Russia ties sinks as facts come to light

Major media narrative on Flynn, Russia ties sinks as facts come to light

by WorldTribune Staff, February 17, 2017 The major media’s narrative of inappropriate, even treasonous, ties between ousted National Security Adviser Michael Flynn and Russia is receding as the facts begin to emerge. CNN reported that the FBI will not be pursuing any criminal investigation involving Flynn’s phone call with Russia’s ambassador to the U.S. “The […]

Limbaugh: Who was vulnerable to Russian blackmail? Hillary, that’s who

Limbaugh: Who was vulnerable to Russian blackmail? Hillary, that’s who

by WorldTribune Staff, February 15, 2017 The “Drive-By” media, which now sees a Russian under every bed, gleefully trotted out the charge that Michael Flynn was open to blackmail due to his phone conversation with Russia’s ambassador, Rush Limbaugh noted in his Feb. 14 broadcast. “Are we serious about this? Flynn was open to blackmail? […]

Report: It’s week 4, and the ‘soft coup’ against Trump administration is in progress

Report: It’s week 4, and the ‘soft coup’ against Trump administration is in progress

Special to WorldTribune, January 24, 2017 By Chris Farrell, Judicial Watch It’s the middle of February and the soft coup against the Trump administration continues. A “soft coup” is a coordinated effort to delegitimize or undermine a lawfully elected official. Taken from the French phrase “coup d’état,” which translates to a strike at the State […]

Overturning Trump’s travel ban benefited refugees and the Washington Post’s rich owner

Overturning Trump’s travel ban benefited refugees and the Washington Post’s rich owner

by WorldTribune Staff, February 13, 2017 The number of refugees entering the United States has doubled in the week since a federal judge shot down President Donald Trump’s immigration order, with most coming from the seven Muslim-majority countries named in the temporary travel ban. Meanwhile, Internet retailer Amazon is taking credit for helping to halt […]

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