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Late Night Host Says Trump Shouldn’t Be Allowed to Address Nation

Somehow, comedians in the media believe that they have some authority that supersedes that of the President’s.

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The office of the President has been under near-constant attack in the media from the moment that Donald Trump took office.

To be totally fair, the fact that there was talk of impeaching the 45th President previous to his inauguration should have solidified that reality, but it bears repeating in this world of overt and repugnant resistance.

Don’t get me wrong; if you disagree with an elected official, by all means express yourself using the First Amendment.  What offends so many in America today isn’t that sort of criticism.  What we are incensed by is the carte blanche opposition that Trump receives no matter what he does.

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The President of the United States could adopt a litter of abandoned puppies and the left would be whining about what breed they are.

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Now, as the President prepares to address the nation tonight at 9pm, there are not only networks who are considering not airing his remarks, but at least one late night host believes that Donald Trump shouldn’t even be allowed to do so.

Seth Meyers, host of “Late Night” on NBC, said the president wants to deliver the speech on Tuesday night “to repeat his lies,” and questioned the decision to give him air time.

“First of all, just because Trump wants to address the nation doesn’t mean networks should air it,” Meyers said. “Otherwise, they’re just passing on his lies unfiltered.”

“They should either reject him outright, or, if he insists on speaking in primetime, make him do it as a contestant on ‘The Masked Singer,'” Meyers joked.

This absolute nonsense from Meyers comes at a time in which children are being dragged to our border from the south, with several now having died due to complications from the journey.

Many expect that the President will declare a humanitarian crisis at the border during his primetime address, possibly invoking the military to assist with the issue.

 

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ABC Captures INSANE New Details in Smollett Hate Hoax

The reality of Smollett’s crime grows more bizarre by the minute.

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The nation has been gripped by a terrible and repugnant scandal as of late, as actor Jussie Smollett has become Hollywood’s latest persona non grata. Smollett’s alleged crime is an abhorrent and grotesque one.  The actor stands credibly accused of hoaxing a series of hate crimes against himself for the stated purpose of inflating his net worth. Obviously, the American people are furious with Smollett, despite the mainstream media’s overtly tepid coverage of the vile events conjured by the Empire actor. Now, in a stunning turn of events, ABC News has obtained primary source information regarding Smollett’s disgusting cry for attention, and they are just as damning as one would imagine.  ABC News has obtained a copy of a $3,500 check apparently written by “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett to Abimbola Osundairo, one of the two brothers who police say helped stage an attack on Smollett in Chicago last month. Meanwhile, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson, appearing exclusively on ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Monday, doubled down on his contention that the ‘Empire’ star fabricated the account. The check’s memo line reads, “5 week Nutrition/Workout program (Don’t Go),” which police have corroborated. The check was dated Jan. 23, six days before Smollett claims he was attacked in a hate crime. A copy of the check was first published online by TMZ. The bizarre memo line is explained further: Sources close to Smollett told ABC News the actor was starting to train for an upcoming music video titled “Don’t Go,” in which he had to appear shirtless. ABC News obtained a calendar entry of Smollett’s that indicates the video was scheduled to be filmed Feb. 23. Smollett has recently claimed that his repeatedly hoaxed hate crimes were committed due to his use of the party drug ecstasy; a purely pathetic attempt at an excuse and…

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CIA Posts Series of Bizarre, Oscar-Related Tweets

This is the sort of pandering that you’d never expect from the CIA.

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For many, pondering on the subject of the Central Intelligence Agency usually conjures up images of stealthy spooks and James Bond-esque, behind-the-scene heroics. Like their brethren at the FBI, the CIA is one of the few agencies in the nation that We The People have unofficially chosen to be hands-off about.  We understand perfectly well that the CIA isn’t always playing by the rules, (or even playing fair at all), but we mostly understand why they do what they do. What happened during The Oscars, however, has many people second guessing their nonchalance about the intelligence agency. Some Twitter users were a bit confused during the Oscars on Sunday as the Central Intelligence Agency tweeted about the fictional technology behind the Marvel superhero film “Black Panther.” The agency sent out a dozen or so tweets about the science featured in the Oscar-winning film and even asked for advice on which “Black Panther” technology its 2.5 million followers would like to see used in “the real world.” It also tweeted a series of photos and poll questions “to get your views on the feasibility of Wakandan technology today,” referring to the fictional African nation where much of the film takes place. The agency, which has received backlash for meddling in African affairs in past, also linked to press release from a CIA scientist named Rebecca, who it said had researched “Black Panther” communication technology. There is little doubt that the actions were meant to reach a younger crowd, possibly for the sake of the agency’s public relations team. Unfortunately, due to that reality, the tweets were seen as little more than youth-pandering.

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