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With Senate Republicans poised to use the “nuclear option” to confirm Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch, will the liberal media hypocritically accuse them of a power grab? In 2013, when then-Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid did basically the same thing, he was cheered on in the studios of MSNBC and CNN.
Back then MSNBC’s Chris Hayes hailed it as “an affirmative win for democracy,” while his colleague Rachel Maddow blurted “This is a huge freaking deal. This is like 3-inch headlines. This is like people who don’t even care about politics really ought to care about this.”
Over on CNN, political analyst Paul Begala hailed the nakedly partisan maneuver by Reid as necessary, whining that Republicans had “so abused” the filibuster that Democrats “can’t take it anymore.” And Begala’s colleague Ron Brownstein approved of Reid’s decision as a forward-thinking move: “The idea of requiring a super majority for the president to appoint his nominees just is anachronistic.”
But the cable network news hosts and analysts weren’t the only ones championing the nuclear option. On the pages of the Los Angeles Times, Reid’s move was celebrated in a November 22 editorial “Democrats bust the filibuster, and good for them.”
The Times editorial board crowed: “We welcome this action not because it represents a comeuppance for arrogant Republicans but because filibustering presidential nominees is undemocratic and violates the spirit if not the letter of the Constitution, which says that the president shall appoint judges and other officials ‘by and with the advice and consent of the Senate’ — not by and with a supermajority of the Senate.” The Times went on to call it “a victory not just for the Democrats but for good government.”
That same day, The New York Times championed the procedure in an editorial headlined “Democracy Returns to the Senate.”
Læs en grundig gennemgang af hyklernes meninger dengang det var Hussein Obamas regering, der gjorde det samme.
Jazz-direktør nægtede at mødes med musiker fra Israel
Copenhagen Jazz Festivals festivaldirektør har forklaret, at det var en ”fejl” og en ”misforståelse”, at han afviste at lade en israelsk jazzmusiker optræde i København – men nu viser det sig, at festivaldirektør Kenneth Hansen end ikke ville mødes personligt ansigt til ansigt med den israelske saxofonist under en jazzfestival i den tyske by Bremen.
Støtten under den københavnske jazzfestival er ved at forsvinde. Københavns kulturborgmester vil ikke støtte en kulturinstituttion, der diskriminerer. Og på Frederiksberg har et samlet kulturvalg bedt festivalen redegøre for, hvilke israelske musikere, Jazzfestivalens har hyret de seneste fem år
Og jeg tror han har ret !
“Nothing to nobody” == jeg har ikke ikke lækket noget == jeg har lække noget …HM
Der kommer stadig mere og mere frem, omend i dryp form
Her er et par fra videoer fra Fox:
DR har – STADIG – ikke noget om Susan Rice : det er vel nok flot “journalistik” …
TV2 sitet har HELLER ikke noget om skandalen med Susan Rice …
Taget fra Vlad
Og Rebel Media siger nu at Obama også spionerede mod Trump i 2011, da han overvejede af stille op ! ( Trump besluttede ikke at stille op i 2012)
Lawmakers probing the surveillance of key officials in the Trump campaign and administration say the intelligence agencies now nominally under the president’s control are stonewalling efforts to get to the bottom of who revealed names and leaked protected information to the press.
The House and Senate Intelligence Committees are currently investigating allegations the Obama administration spied on Trump associates – and possibly Trump himself – for as long as the year preceding his inauguration. And while former Obama National Security Adviser Susan Rice has been implicated as at least one of the officials who sought redacted names from surveillance transcripts, multiple lawmakers and investigators for the panel told Fox News the CIA, FBI and National Security Agency – all agencies in position to aid the probe – are not cooperating.
“Our requests are simply not being answered,” said one House Intelligence committee source about the lack of responsiveness. “The agencies are not really helping at all and there is truly a massive web for us to try and wade through.”
A Senate Intelligence Committee source said the upper chamber had the same experience.
Why Susan Rice’s Role In The Obama Spying Story Is A Big Deal