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No. 0     Original Topic:  CNN MonKey Business says   
By:  unspoiled   Gender: M   Age: 52   on  May 17, 2017 at 10:54 PM   Viewed 2597 times     
Russia is buying up US debt. What the heck is going on?
No. 1     Reply: Re: CNN MonKey Business says   
By:  crayons   Gender: M   Age: 61   on  May 17, 2017 at 11:54 PM     
Russia's economy is smaller than Texas's economy is;
"ask me if i care"...

russia is not tryin to take my smoke poles
they are not tryin to shut down free my speech
they are not paying rioters
they are not supporting georgy shwartz/soros
they are not payin black lives splattered to burn down murican cities
they are not lobbying congress
they are not importing immigrant lowlife scum into our country

they are our ally and supply NASA with rocket engines...
they share our own space station and supply it...
all on a budget less than what TX spends annually...
No. 2     Reply: Re: CNN MonKey Business says   
By:  unspoiled   Gender: M   Age: 52   on  May 18, 2017 at 12:33 AM     
well how and why is russia coming up with the money when russia is in bad shape economically? i am guessing it's all just funny money to keep the game afloat.

we need a big reset.
No. 3     Reply: Re: CNN MonKey Business says   
By:  Bullfighter279   Gender: M   Age: 103   on  Dec 27, 2017 at 9:18 PM     
Todd Starnes: CNN is a race-baiting, anti-Trump network

VIDEO: http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017/12/27/todd-starnes-cnn-is-race-baiting-anti-trump-network.html

"Leave it to the mainstream media to concoct some sort of wild-eyed theory that President Trump's promise to say "Merry Christmas" is some sort of coded language for white nationalism and white supremacy.

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CNN host Don Lemon was among the most high-profile mainstream media minions to advance the race-baiting narrative. Click here to watch the video.

"This is a dog whistle to the base because no one has ever stopped using Merry Christmas," the Clinton News Network host said during a Dec. 21 broadcast.

In reality, the entire CNN network is a dog whistle for race-baiting, anti-Trump, America-bashing pinheads. And I said as much on Tuesday’s edition of “Hannity” on the Fox News Channel.

The mainstream media holds fast to its belief that Christmas is supposed to be some sort of all-inclusive, one-ornament-fits-all, religiously-neutral holiday.

But CNN is not the only mainstream media outlet to get its tinsel in a twist over the president's frequent use of the words, "Merry Christmas."

Consider this headline from Newsweek: "How Trump and the Nazis Stole Christmas to Promote White Nationalism."

At first glance, I just assumed one of the copy editors had slurped a bit too much egg nog. But it turns out, Newsweek was dead serious.

"Trump has been using the so-called war on Christmas to wage a culture war that pits multicultural liberals against Christian conservatives. He began doing this long before Christmas. Meanwhile, some members of the religious right support Trump’s most nationalist, race-baiting form of political rhetoric, including his reclaiming of Christmas," Newsweek declared.

Newsweek moaned about how the president is "promoting a version of the holidays that excludes members of other religions, and that his crusade to bring back Christmas is part of a larger attempt by the president to define America as a country for white Christians alone."

Apparently Newsweek is unaware that many African-Americans and Asian-Americans and Hispanic-Americas celebrate the Christmas season, too.

"Wishing people merry Christmas' instead of 'happy holidays' is thus in line with Trump’s decision to ban citizens of Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States, critics say. It fits neatly with his refusal to condemn white supremacists when they march against diversity, and with his condemnation of athletes who protest police brutality against black men," the magazine noted.

Far be it from me to offer psychological advice, but it sounds to me like Newsweek is a few nuts shy of a fruitcake.

However, the mainstream media holds fast to its belief that Christmas is supposed to be some sort of all-inclusive, one-ornament-fits-all, religiously-neutral holiday.

And yet they don't seem to have a problem with the exclusivity of other religious holidays -- like Ramadan. Why don't we hear Don Lemon demanding that Muslim holidays be inclusive?

I believe I know the answer.

It’s because the attacks on President Trump and Christmas have nothing to do with inclusivity. It’s about marginalizing people of faith and silencing Christianity in the public square.

In fairness to CNN and Newsweek, President Trump is sending the nation a coded-message. He's telling us that it's OK to say "Merry Christmas." He's telling us that he understands and recognizes the reason for the season.

And in spite of what Don Lemon or CNN or Newsweek says, Christmas will always be an exclusively Christian holiday -- a moment for us to celebrate the birth of the newborn King."