…and shares with us what it’s like to be in a stuffy room with a bunch of self-important elitists.
I haven’t paid a lot of attention to Lauren Southern. I’ve watched a few of her videos when something came to my attention. This is interesting though.
Like others, I’d hoped the Trump administration would have simply disbanded the White House Press Corps. It was apparently formed under Harry Truman, and quickly lead to what it is today. The White House is now letting in some smaller, independent media, which is a good sign.
I don’t remember when exactly I stopped trusting the “mainstream” news, but it goes back at least to the Clinton administration.
Something I’ve found funny is, every time I’ve actually taken a “mainstream media” story at face value, even my liberal friends slapped me down for buying the inaccuracies. One time, I shared a link to something Peter Jennings reported, and the most liberal guy I know tore into me over how wrong it was.
Yet again, CNN’s feed gets cut. That seems to be happening a lot lately. Happened when Bernie Sanders jokingly mentioned “Fake News”. It’s getting to where I can’t keep track of how often their feed drops. And I don’t watch CNN. I keep hearing about it from the sources I do follow.
Clinton News Network
Counterfit News Network
Crap News Network
Communist News Network
On the bright side, if you ever find yourself on CNN and want to get off, just hit the eject button with a bit of truth of a comment on “fake news”, and your feed will be cut. You’re free to go.
Pretty much what Mark Dice says: when I was a teenager, Andrew Dice Clay (real name Andrew Clay Silverstein) was a hero. My friend and I used to drive around listening to one of his CDs. I think I still have a couple of his CDs. But I guess if being that profane was the norm, he wouldn’t have stood out. Where else in the late 80’s where you supposed to find a comedian who dropped F-bombs and talked about banging chicks?
The last CD of his I was aware of, he said he was going to become a feminist. “Penny wit a penis.” He disappeared from the scene after that. I think that was around ’93. I was stationed in San Diego for a Navy tech school then.
I saw him on Celebrity Apprentice. Dude could barely string two words together in a coherent manner. And those two words were “You” and “know”.