New SHOCKING video was released yesterday that shows President-Elect Donald Trump with a BUNCH of Prostitutes. And it captured him doing THIS. WARNING: Graphic content
Here is the Breaking Tweet:
Breaking: video of Trump pissing on prostituteshttps://t.co/YI0QJ3hEMS
— David Burge (@iowahawkblog) January 11, 2017
And here is the video:
— CBS News (@CBSNews) January 11, 2017
Did I say ‘Prostitutes’?
I meant ‘Presstitutes’.
It must have all the Lefty’s heads exploding to have the guy they are calling ‘literally Hitler’ say that BuzzFeed publishing the full ‘fake news’ dossier, and CNN giving credibility to it, is ‘something that Nazi Germany would have done and did do’.
What the Media (D) doesn’t realize is that they unwittingly (or perhaps it is ‘wittingly’) follow a number of rules enumerated by Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s Minister of Propoganda.
In this case, it’s this one:
The purpose of the ‘fake news’ was to tie Trump to Russia and paint him as a philandering pervert.
Isn’t that what so many believe of him anyway?
BuzzFeed and CNN jumped on this utterly ridiculous story sloughing off any semblance of ‘journalistic integrity’ because of their own ‘confirmation bias‘.
Aren’t Democrats all about breaking the oppressive shackles of ‘traditional values’?
The difference is that for some reason, they hold Republicans to a higher standard.
And can’t handle it when they actually live that standard.
Piers Morgan has condemned the Press that ran the story.
Here is a sample:
President-elect Donald Trump didn’t pay prostitutes to urinate on his bed in the presidential suite at the Ritz-Carlton hotel in Moscow, three years ago.
Neither did Trump do this to deliberately defile a bed that had been used by Barack and Michelle Obama.
And nor did Vladimir Putin secretly videotape the whole thing to use as blackmail against Trump at a later date.
It’s all complete baloney.
Horribly damaging, deeply offensive baloney which will of course have caused huge distress to Trump, his wife Melania, and their wider families.
That is my considered verdict on Watergate Scandal No2…
…‘Buzzfeed News is publishing the full document so that Americans can make up their own minds about allegations about the president-elect that have circulated at the highest levels of the US government,’ it stated.
Its editor Ben Smith added: ‘There is serious reason to doubt the allegations.’
So let me get this absolutely straight: they haven’t got a Scooby-doo if this devastatingly embarrassing hookers-and-urination claim is true or not?
Nor are they prepared to investigate it further to try to verify it before publication?
Instead, Buzzfeed’s just chosen to fling it all into the public domain like a farmer depositing a large truckload of excrement into a field of ravenous pigs, so we can all wallow in Trump’s humiliation – even if he never actually did any of it…
…However, of all the myriad claims in the dossier, it’s this explicitly lurid and distasteful one about his supposed sexual antics that ignited around the world via social and mainstream media, and exposed Trump to instant global ridicule.
The moment I heard about it, my gut reaction was that it was utter nonsense…
…Trump has now had to publicly deny paying prostitutes to urinate for him. A claim that was made, it has emerged, by unnamed people who had been specifically tasked with unearthing damaging information about a political rival.
That damage is now mostly done, and it’s outrageous given it’s almost certainly untrue.
‘Publishing this dossier reflects how we see the job of reporters in 2017,’ said Ben Smith, someone I know well, and respect, from my time at CNN when he was a regular guest on my show.
Then frankly, we’re all truly going to hell in a handcart.
Because if the new journalism is simply publishing whatever comes across your newsdesk, without any independent proof that it’s true, then that’s not journalism – it’s exactly as Trump called it today: ‘cr*p.’
Or to put it more politely, it’s another blazing log on the ugly bonfire currently fuelling ‘fake news’.
It’s really worth a full read-through as Morgan discusses his own experience running photos of British soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners and later being fired for it over questions of veracity.