One of the great tragedies of journalism is that New York Times, Washington Post and other liberal reporters and broadcast outlets were banned from traveling to Chicago to write or produce in depth news articles, etc., on Barach Obama while he was running for president of the United States.
Dozens of sources who knew intimately of Obama's time as a parishioner at Rev. Jeremiah Wright's church and his life in South Chicago were conveniently ignored. Donald Trump the candidate and president? Well that's fair game.
NBC sports personality Bob Costas courageously trashed Trump during the Charlie Brennan show on KMOX. The radio call in show is has been aired for years on KMOX, from 9 - 11 a.m. in St. Louis.
During his criticism, which was extensive, Costas claimed that his criticism of Trump was similar to how he called out MLB baseball for doing nothing about players who used steroids.
Democrat senators like Sen. Mazie Hirono seem to want to keep the Mueller collusion investigation going in any way they can, as she so “eloquently” explained during the Justice committee hearing with Attorney General William Barr.
But instead of shedding truth on problems in the Justice Department, Democrats have settled into the role of the circus ringmaster, the grifter, attracting attention through their rudeness, disrespect, therein demanding more attention from the American people.
Where would Peter Strzok be if his name were easy to pronounce, like Smith or Johnson. He might not be the mispronounced secret anti-Trump agent, the but of Rush Limbaugh, who breathed new life into Mr. Strzok. It's been a stroke of genius, a meme of memes that keeps giving and giving.
Strzok Stroke Smirk started after a dozen broadcasters had trouble pronouncing his last name. The correct pronunciation of Strzok, is stroke, but was often pronounced struck. Then, while he was testifying before congress, he smirked. This launched the smirk heard (or seen) around the world, and assisted Limbaugh as well, since the smirk also begins with an s.
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