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@Centristsin2010 wrote:

Many Americans claim they want non-partisan news and discussion and there is at least one, very good news/talk show host.  He's on CNN every Saturady morning and it's said trump rarely misses the show.

 

 

But ultimately, he concluded, the White House’s goal is this:

 

“The entire issue requires a deep dive into the weeds. And that’s what the White House is counting on, that you won’t do the homework, and that their enablers will boil it down to a misleading soundbite or tweet. They were able to do that before the Nunes memo and now they want to turn back the clock.”

 

White House Is ‘Counting On’ People Being Too Confused to Really Look at Russia Details


He is pretty good, isn't he?  I hope the audience here becomes the audience there, particularly the ones who most need 'educating' after their long time in the deep dark.

Thank's for pointing him out....He's on very early where I live, but I get up for this one.

I Never regret it.

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Many Americans claim they want non-partisan news and discussion and there is at least one, very good news/talk show host.  He's on CNN every Saturady morning and it's said trump rarely misses the show.

 

Smerconish: White House Is ‘Counting On’ People Being Too Confused to Really Look at Russia Details

 

CNN’s Michael Smerconish said this morning that the Trump White House is “counting on” all this Russia stuff being so “confusing” that people don’t actually look at the details of what’s really going on.

 

Last week Smerconish agreed with the consensus that the Nunes memo was a dud, even if there are troubling parts of it.

 

And with the Democratic memo being withheld, he said, “Here’s what’s really going on. The Nunes memo didn’t live up to the hype. It was ultimately an embarrassment to all those who promoted it when we couldn’t see it.”

 

Smerconish again brought up how Republicans hyped the memo to “friendly outlets” and “media enablers” like Sean Hannity helped.

 

But ultimately, he concluded, the White House’s goal is this:

 

“The entire issue requires a deep dive into the weeds. And that’s what the White House is counting on, that you won’t do the homework, and that their enablers will boil it down to a misleading soundbite or tweet. They were able to do that before the Nunes memo and now they want to turn back the clock.”

 

White House Is ‘Counting On’ People Being Too Confused to Really Look at Russia Details


"FAKE 45 #illegitimate" read a sign at the Woman's March in Washington DC, January 21, 2017.
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