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NY Times Release Beer Report on Kavanaugh, Critics Immediately Smash Them to Bits

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On Tuesday of this week, that bastion of journalistic integrity known as the New York Times — please tell me you noted the sarcasm here — released it’s latest “exclusive” piece on SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

This piece of hard hitting journalism features a handwritten letter from 1983 by a high school aged Kavanaugh who describes his buddies as “loud, obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us.” As you might imagine, this absolutely astounding revelation has been met with a whole lot of mockery from folks on the right.

The Times’ David Enrich proudly promoted his piece on Twitter Tuesday. “Exclusive: We obtained a handwritten 1983 letter that Brett Kavanaugh wrote to his high school buddies: ‘We’re loud, obnoxious drunks with prolific pukers among us,'” he wrote.

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As Twitchy points out, Sen. Hatch and other voices on the Right weren’t impressed.

“If you thought they couldn’t top the ice-throwing story.. think again,” Hatch wrote in a tweet Tuesday. “This story appears to be about party planning, with teenage rebel Brett Kavanaugh suggesting that they warn their neighbors in advance about the possibility of loud noise.”

Grabien Media editor Tom Elliott got in on the Times-mocking: “Do you have any conception of how deranged you sound to non-insane people? The NYT’s uncovers … a high school letter that describes typical teenage behavior.”

The NY Times seems to have jumped the shark a few decades ago and just don’t seem to realize how far down the rabbit hole they’ve fallen. It’s sad, pathetic, and just plain, outright stupid for them to have reported on this.

It’s literally like walking into a typical, American high school and just following your average student around for a week and then reporting on it. Kids do stupid things. We know this. We were all kids ourselves once. So what bearing does any of this have on Kavanaugh’s hearing or the allegations against him?

The answer is they have no bearings. It’s nothing.

Source: Daily Wire

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Cable News Blasted for Conjuring Controversy in Columbus Police Shooting

This is just dirty.

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The sad truth of the matter, when it comes to the mainstream media, is that they are more successful when we are more emotional. It’s a dirty trick of human biology:  The chemicals in our brain that allow us to feel joy, sorrow, humor, and fury are just similar enough to one another that we become addicted to them, one and all.  Feeling something stimulates our self-awareness, and we learn to crave it. So, when you tune into CNN and what they are saying angers you, they’re planting small hooks in your noggin, reeling you in to watch the commercials that pay all of their salaries. If you watch Fox, however, and you find yourself enthusiastically cheering after a host or guest has a mic drop moment, your brain again finds what it’s looking for, and here you are seeing your 14th Progressive commercial of the day. All of the big networks know this and actively participate in this salacious shamanism, and sometimes they cross the line. Liberal outlets HuffPost and AJ+ omitted key details or pushed false narratives in their videos about the fatal police shooting of a Black teenager in Columbus, Ohio on Tuesday. HuffPost failed to note the woman who was shot, Ma’Khia Bryant, pushed another female to the ground and lunged at another with a knife when police arrived at the scene. The misleading HuffPo video was accompanied by the following text, which appeared to paint the police as the villain. “Black girl killed by police,” the text read. “Police in Columbus, OH shot & killed a Black teen around the same time the verdict was read in the Derek Chauvin trial. Body-camera footage showed an officer firing several times at Ma’Khia Bryant before she collapsed to the ground. The video also showed a knife falling next to the…

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Derek Chauvin on Suicide Watch, Away From General Population

Chauvin’s incarceration will certainly not be a pleasant one once he leaves isolation.

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There is little doubt that Derek Chauvin is going to have a bad time in jail.  The former police officer was just convicted on several charges stemming from his involvement in the death of George Floyd, with one those charges being murder in the 3rd degree. Chauvin’s sentence won’t be known for some time, likely about 8 weeks, so there’s no telling just where he’ll wind up serving his time.  But ex-cops don’t fare all that well in certain prisons, and there will almost certainly be an incentive to tangle with the guy while he’s on the inside. For the time being, however, Chauvin is being kept separate from the general population, out of fear for his safety. Derek Chauvin has been pictured in his first mugshot taken at the maximum security prison in Minnesota where he’s on suicide watch after being found guilty on all three counts of murder and manslaughter in the death of George Floyd. The Minnesota Department of Corrections released the new booking photo on Wednesday morning as Chauvin woke up from his first night at MCF-Oak Park Heights. The 45-year-old dressed in an orange jumpsuit appeared tired and puffy-eyed with a frown and his hair in disarray. The mugshot was soon making the rounds online. https://twitter.com/ABC/status/1384867831792209921?s=20 Chauvin is expected to file an appeal in the coming weeks, possibly on the grounds that he could not have possibly received a fair trial with the statements being made in public by politicians such as Maxine Waters of California.

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