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Media and Democrats Befuddled, Average Americans Are Not

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Hillary Clinton (C), 2016 Democratic presidential nominee, and President Barack Obama wave to the crowd during a rally on the Independence Mall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on November 07, 2016. (Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images)

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Tuesday, 14 Nov 2017 05:20 PM Current | Bio | Archive

The mainstream newsmedia and their talking heads clearly loathe President Donald J. Trump and Republicans to a slightly lesser degree. This loathing may be too mild a description. Hate is the word average Americans use to refer to the loathing of Trump by the Democrats, the newsmedia, and their fellow-travelers.

Average Americans see the newsmedia as a mere arm of the radical left and the Democratic Party. Average Americans may not accept all that President Trump tweets or says, but they agree with his view of making America great again.

President Trump won the heartland because average Americans felt President Obama and Hillary Clinton did not care for them or America. An old political science adage, once applied to Europe, now applies to America: “Who controls the heartland, controls America.”

Slowly, average Americans are looking at Obama’s words and deeds with a more critical eye. The emails and the internet are awash with texts of Obama’s words before being elected president — the words are concerning.

The Clintons have so much known negative baggage that the latest revelations of questionable activity are accepted by average Americans as Clinton normal.

Average Americans wonder if Special Prosecutor Robert Mueller will do anything about the infamous “Trump Dossier” case and the “Uranium One” case. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced the Department of Justice (DOJ) will look into the Uranium One and Clinton Foundation activities. Mueller may have his own Uranium One problem.

Average Americans opine that the newsmedia, the talking heads, and the Democrats have become very quiet about “The Trump Dossier” and the “Uranium One” facts now surfacing.

“The Dossier” case involved a former British spy, Christopher Steele, who wrote unsubstantiated allegations about President Trump. Steele’s sources were allegedly Russian intelligence operatives.

It appears that the Clinton campaign and the Democratic Party paid through Fusion GPS for part of “The Dossier” information. Also, the FBI may have used the dossier data as the “probable cause” or “reliable informant” basis for wire intercept (wire taps) applications for Trump’s campaign associates and GOP personnel.

Average Americans are concerned about the timing of the private meeting between former President Bill Clinton and then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch. Did this alter all the then-FBI Director James Comey’s actions?

All this was prior to the 2016 general election.

Former employees wonder what was going on at DOJ during the Obama years. They ask, who are the bad guys now? And, what about Mueller and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and their connections with Comey, Holder, Lynch, and Uranium One?

James H. Walsh was associate general counsel with the U.S. Department of Justice Immigration and Naturalization Service from 1983 to 1994. Read more reports from James Walsh — Click Here Now.

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Average Americans see the newsmedia as a mere arm of the radical left and the Democratic Party. Average Americans may not accept all that President Trump tweets or says, but they agree with his view of making America great again.
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