Rep. Devin Nunes launched yet another blistering attack on the integrity of the latest Democrat led investigation into what by all accounts turns out to be a completely legal conversation between Pres. Donald Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky. Initial reports claimed there was a quid pro quo between Trump and Zelensky. Although that proved to be false, it did not stop Democrats from claiming the conversation violated some kind of law, o was in some way corrupt.
After more restrictive abortion laws have been approved in six states, including Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, Georgia, Alabama and Missouri, the New York Times sent a reporter to Missouri to talk to the people who may be most affected by the restrictions: black pastors and black women.
Black communities are more affected for the simple fact that black women have a disproportionately higher percentage of abortions. The rate of abortions has dropped over the last 15 years among all racial groups. But black women continue to have the highest abortion rate at 27.1 per 1,000 women compared with 10 per 1,000 for white women, according to a study published in the American Journal of Public Health. That means black women have two and a half times as many abortions as do white women.
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.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 15, 2019:
NEW YORK CITY - The New York Times will offer MAGA (Make America Great Again) support groups at their office on Eighth Avenue in New York City and in other locations in the city. The groups were suggested by news editors and other who work for the New York Times because many at the newspaper have expressed interest in supporting the president in his reelection bid for president in 2020.
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