Ep. 98 – Soros Funded Stacey Abrams Misleads Her Supporters & Abrams Scary Education Plan (Show Originally Aired on May 5th, 2018 on WSB)

Despite claiming to be a grassroots candidate in the Georgia Gubernatorial race, democrat Stacey Abrams is funded by liberal billionaires George Soros and Tom Steyer. We discuss her truly terrifying plan for the public education system and we expose how she’s deceiving her supporters into believing she’s a grassroots candidate. Plus, election watchdog Garland Favorito from https://voterga.org/ joins us to discuss his shocking findings about how vulnerable to voter fraud Georgia’s elections are. 

Stacey Abrams Wants State To Raise Your Children From “Cradle To Career.”

https://youtu.be/asf7B4MAmkU?t=17s

Stacey Abrams- She talks about children’s brain’s forming and how starting kids in pre-k at four years old is not early enough. She also says its the states responsibility to educate and provide day care for children. 

Abrams vision for Georgia according to her website includes getting children into government child care programs starting at age ZERO. 
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Stacey Abrams Deceptive Campaign Email
The claim that 83% of her donations were under $100 is used to support the assertion that her campaign is “truly a grassroots effort.” This is deceptive. If I were to get 83 separate donations of 1 cent each from inside of GA, and then 17 donations of $6,000 each from outside the state, I could make the same claim she does, but that doesn’t make my campaign grassroots. The reality is that roughly 70% of the money she has raised has come from out of state. Plus, of the total amount of money raised, only around 20% of it has come from those under $100 donations. And there’s even a caveat with those.
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When you read through Abrams financial reports, you begin to notice that a lot of people make multiple tiny donations. Some of these people are wealthy lobbyists, who follow up those tiny donations with large donations. You also notice that family members of many of her donors also make tiny donations repeatedly. It’s hard not to conclude that this is done on purpose to bolster the claim that 83% of her donations are under $100. Obviously, totaling the numbers below would exceed $100, but because they were made separately, they fall into that unitemized, under 100 category. Looks like a con to me.
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Stacey Abrams Campaign Finance Reports
If you want search the documents for names yourself, do a “command F” search within the page.

Campaign Finance Report from June 30th, 2017

In this filing you will find multiple large donations from Billionaire George Soros, Alexander Soros, and Gregory Soros. You’ll also find a small donation from a representative of NextGen Climate, which is a super pac founded by Thomas Steyer (More on him below).
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Campaign Finance Report from January 31st, 2018

In this filing, you’ll find multiple large donations from MGM International In Las Vegas as well as multiple donations from representative of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Valerie Rockefeller Wayne, whose grandfather is John D. Rockefeller III.
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Campaign Finance Report from March 31st, 2018

In this filing you will find large donations from Billionaire donor Thomas Steyer and his wife as well as multiple large donations from George Soros children Andrea Soros and Jonathan Soros.
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You’ll also notice that donations from both Steyer and his wife indicate that the donations are for the primary and that both donations were made on March 29th, 2018. Yet, an article published on April 13th, 2018 quotes Steyer as saying,

“We have tried to avoid D-on-D races…..We have obviously heard a lot, talked a lot and thought a lot about this Democratic primary in Georgia. We haven’t decided that this is one that would break our rule, although we understand that it’s a very important primary.”

The article, which was published on April 13th, says that the Steyer’s comments were made earlier that week. If that’s true, then Steyer isn’t being honest because he and his wife had already donated to Abrams before those comments were made, as the above image indicates. Not to mention that a representative of one of his PACS donated to Abrams back in June of 2017.

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Ep. 96 – DARPA & The Weaponization of Meme’s (Military Memetics)


A modern version of Operation Mockingbird is in full effect as yet another former head of an intelligence agency makes the media rounds. Plus, we analyze a DARPA funded study into Military Memetics that reveals the government’s scientific approach to mass manipulation through the use of memes.

TUTORIAL: MILITARY MEMETICS BASED ON DARPA STUDY

Former Director of CIA and NSA Michael Hayden Interview – “The Assault on Intelligence” in Trump’s Post-Truth America | The Daily Show


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NYT Says Trump Spent The Day Watching Vids of Himself Bash Obama (Citing Unnamed Sources)

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The New York Times has made another odd claim about the President that their audience is sure to believe without question. Is the mainstream media testing what they can get away with? Are they trying to see how far they can go before their audience will question them?
In an story reported over the weekend, the NYT alleged that while the government was shutdown Trump spent most of his time watching old TV clips of himself “berating President Barack Obama for a lack of leadership during the 2013 government shutdown.”
The source of this odd claim? An anonymous White House aide who seemed “content to sit back and watch the show.”
Here’s the full passage, which is tacked on to the end of the article.

“On Saturday, the president was left alternately defiant and angry, self-pitying and frustrated. He argued to aides that he did not deserve the blame he was taking, but without a credible deal on the table, there was little for him to do. Irritated to have missed his big event in Florida, Mr. Trump spent much of his day watching old TV clips of him berating President Barack Obama for a lack of leadership during the 2013 government shutdown, a White House aide said, seeming content to sit back and watch the show.” 

So the NYT would have us believe that while everyone else was working hard on capital hill to get the government back open, President Trump was having a pity party and watching old clips of himself smacking down Obama? How narcissistic, unstable, and racist of him. Someone better evoke the 25th amendment before he loses his mind and nukes the South Side of Chicago. Down with Cheeto!
Is the claim true? I don’t know. To me it sounds more like the parody story about how Trump spends 17 hours a day watching videos of gorillas fighting than it does a real story. You know, the one that went viral because so many people believed it was true. I do question the authenticity of the above quoted claim, but not just because it reads like a parody to me. The main reason I question it is because it comes from the New York Times. They’ve reported too many stories from unnamed sources that ended up not being true, and I don’t trust them. I no longer give them the benefit of doubt simply because they’re the New York Times.
But it doesn’t matter what I think. It matters what their primary target audience thinks. And their audience will believe this story without question, regardless of whether it’s true or false. Their primary audience will believe anything that reinforces their negative perceptions about Trump as long as the story seems plausible. If a story meets those requirements, it will not have to withstand critical scrutiny from the majority of their readers. Why would they question something they want so badly to be true?
The New York Times and other mainstream media outlets know this and they appear to be testing just how far they can go before their audience will finally stop and question the validity of a story. I say this because not only has the use of unnamed sources become the norm, so has the reporting of seemingly crazy stories. One day it’s reported that Trump drinks a dozen Diet Coke’s a day. A few weeks later it’s reported that he said everyone from Haiti has AIDS. And not long after that the story is all about how Trump called all African countries S-holes. Those are just a small sampling of stories that originally relied on unnamed sources and were then later disputed, yet millions of Americans have never questioned their validity.
This pattern of reporting by the media has expanded the level of crazy that Americans will, without being shown any evidence, accept as true. In fact, it wouldn’t surprise me if in their pursuit to see how far they can go, the media just stopped citing sources all together. Maybe instead of saying “according to a source familiar with the matter,” they’ll test how their audience reacts to statements like, “Because we said so,” or “according to us.”
“”BREAKING NEWS: In A Fit of Rage, Trump Fires Baron As His Son, Sends Him To Live in Sh*Thole Haiti Alone”…..Because we said so.”
While there’s a lot of humor in the insanity that comes out of the news these days, it’s a bit unsettling when you hear protesters cite stories that’ve been proven false as their reason for resisting. This is not to say that hardcore Trump supporters don’t sometimes fall into the same trap. They do. The difference is that when Trump supporters are quick to believe a claim before the evidence is in, the claim isn’t parroted as fact by almost every major media outlet in the country.
If nothing else, it’ll at least be interesting to see how ridiculous the stories become before they have to reel it back in. I mean, how much further can they go?
The New York Times article quoted above includes more than just the one reference to an unnamed source. There are a handful of others as well. Among them are:

  • “according to one presidential adviser”,
  • “according to a person briefed on the exchange”(My personal favorite.),
  • “One senior administration official, who asked for anonymity”, and
  • “a White House aide said, seeming content to sit back and watch the show.”

It might be time to start compiling a definitive list of all the ways the mainstream media cites anonymous sources.
 
 
 

Fake News Jim Acosta Shames 9/11 First Responder for Asking Legitimate Question

Last night at an event called “Journalism in the Trump Era”, hosted by the George Soros linked “Committee to Protect Journalists”, Jim Acosta was asked by a 9/11 first responder why he never covers the facts that have emerged which undermine the official 9/11 story. Acosta responded by twisted the man’s words and then publicly shaming him, confirming what most people already know, that Jim Acosta is fake news. Here’s a video of the incident.
https://youtu.be/UuVaV3ADMQo
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Facebook 'Vetting' Local News Sources for New Mobile Feature

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Facebook is currently testing a new feature on its mobile app called, “Today In,” a feed made up of local news. The purpose of the new feature is to help people find local news from “vetted” sources. That’s right. Facebook wants to vet your local news sources for you.
According to Record, who spoke with the social media giant, “Facebook is using machine-learning software to surface content in this new section. Local news publishers who appear there will all be approved and vetted by the company’s News Partnerships team, which is overseen by former NBC news anchor Campbell Brown.” 
Over the summer Facebook removed a link that I posted because someone flagged it. The link was to an official government document on the official Georgia Secretary of State website. If that’s the kind of vetting Facebook intends to do locally as well, I think I’ll pass.
You can read the rest of the Record article here.
 
 
 
 

Ep. 81 – Will Explosive New Book Bring Trump Down? No. Here's What It Will Do.


Social media was set ablaze this week by the release of a new book titled Fire and Fury that delusional Trump haters believe will finally bring the President down. Will It? No. But it will serve it’s propaganda purpose perfectly.
We talk about that, the Fake News awards, scary tech headlines, and how the media fractures society all on this episode of the Propaganda Report Podcast with Monica Perez and Brad Binkley.

Fake News Awards Nomination – CNN for Blatantly Biased Liberal Listicles (With 16 Examples!)

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Tweet Storm 2018 – All Trump’s 2018 Tweets (Updated January 6th)

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Fake News Awards Nomination – CNN for Blatantly Biased Liberal Listicles (With 16 Examples!)

President Trump recently tweeted that he’d be announcing the winners of the Fake News Awards this upcoming Monday.


With a few days left before the big day, I’d like to nominate CNN for the prestigious ‘Anti-Trump Listicles” award. Or if that’s too specific, we can put them in the ‘Blatantly Biased Liberal Listicles’ category with BuzzFeed.
Here’s why I believe they deserve the honor. CNN routinely features formulaic listicle articles about Trump on their website’s homepage. These listicles are ALWAYS blatantly biased against Trump and they always only tell one, very skewed, side of the story. There’s anti-Trump bias built into their listicle formula. The basic formula goes like this, “The (insert number) most (insert negatively framed adjective) lines from/in Trump’s (insert setting which statements were made)” 
For example, The 47 most outrageous lines in Donald Trump’s New York Times interview
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(15 outrageously similar CNN headlines about Trump just below!)

With a pre-determined negative frame set, they can then just scan through whatever Trump speech or interview they’re covering, pluck out the easiest to spin statements, and then plug them right into their list, completely void of context of course. The rest of the speech or interview might as well have never happened because anything that undermines the negative spin is ignored or marginalized.
That’s it. That’s how CNN, “The Most Trusted Name In News” operates. It doesn’t matter a bit what Trump says in context, CNN’s reporting on his statements WILL ALWAYS BE FRAMED NEGATIVELY. Trump could read a page from The Little Engine That Could to a classroom of pre-schoolers and CNN’s headline would be, “The 7 Most SHOCKING lines from Trump’s hyper-politicized rant at children.”
The guy who writes most of these things, CNN Editor-At-Large Chris Cillizza, either has a bad Trump triggered thyroid problem, or he doesn’t think his audience is wise enough to question the credibility of a “journalist” who is so frequently shocked by Trump’s statements that the only words he can seem to find to describe them are “eye-popping.” The amount of times he uses this adjective in his anti-Trump headlines is well, eye-popping. Seriously, in 5 out of the 16 headlines below, this is his description of Trump’s statements. Everything can’t be eye-popping. If everything’s eye-popping, then nothing is.
Anyway, in support of my nomination I’ve included 16 listicle headlines published by CNN between the months of May, 2017 and this month, January, 2018. This should be more than enough to earn CNN a nomination for a fake award about fake news. While there are slight variations to the headline formula, you’ll be surprised at how closely they stick to the script.
Trump’s 41 most eye-popping lines from his Pensacola speech, December 9th, 2017
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Screen Shot 2018-01-04 at 8.26.13 AM.pngThe 35 most eye-popping quotes from Anthony Scaramucci’s CNN interview, July 27th, 2017 (Ok, I’ll give him this one. The Mooch’s interview was a bit eye-popping…..ly hilarious.)
Screen Shot 2018-01-04 at 8.36.06 AMThe 47 most outrageous lines in Donald Trump’s New York Times interview, December 30th, 2017
Screen Shot 2018-01-04 at 8.39.03 AM.pngDonald Trump’s 57 most outrageous quotes from his Arizona speech, August 23rd, 2017
Screen Shot 2018-01-04 at 8.39.34 AMThe 39 most eyebrow-raising Donald Trump quotes on Thursday alone, August 11th, 2017 (When done in excess, eye-brow raising is far less painful than eye-popping)
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The 29 most cringe-worthy lines from Donald Trump’s hyper-political speech to the Boy Scouts, July 27th, 2017
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The 45 oddest quotes from Donald Trump’s secretive Wall Street Journal interview , August 2nd, 2017
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The 14 most shocking comments from Trump’s Charlottesville news conference, August 16th, 2017
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Bob Corker’s 9 most devastating lines on Donald Trump in his CNN interview, ranked, October 24th, 2017
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The 13 most bizarre lines in Donald Trump’s Thanksgiving speech, November 24th, 2017
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6 whoppers from Trump’s speech, December 19th, 2017
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All 11 over-the-top speeches praising Donald Trump at Wednesday’s tax celebration, ranked December 20th, 2017

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The 17 strangest lines from Donald Trump’s visit to a fire station, December 28th, 2017
Screen Shot 2018-01-04 at 9.08.00 AM.pngThere you have it. Unbiased reporting be damned! When you get your news from CNN, and most other networks as well, you get one side and one side only. Good Luck to CNN and Cillizza at the awards show.
I didn’t include the companion articles published by CNN like; “The 17 most reasonable lines from Donald Trump’s visit to the fire station that even a liberal can agree with” or “The 13 most down to earth lines from Donald Trump’s Thanksgiving speech” or “3 reasons why maybe Trump isn’t a Nazi loving, minority hating, women beating, child eating, puppy kicking, ugly baby despising, Russian colluding spy all rolled up in to one demon that’s going to nuke the universe after all” or any other CNN listicle about Trump that isn’t totally negative BECAUSE THEY’ DON’T EXIST.