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Rush Limbaugh: ‘Twitter Is a Cacophony of Crap’


Monday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh dismissed claims that NBC Sports’ Al Michaels’ remarks a night earlier about the New York Giants having a worse week than embattled Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein were controversial. Limbaugh argued any controversy had been derived from Twitter, which he described to be a “cacophony of crap.” Transcript as follows (courtesy of RushLimbaugh.com): Seriously, you know what Twitter is? Twitter is a cacophony of crap. How in the world did Twitter ever evolve into becoming a news source for supposed mainstream media people? Well, let me tell you how: Because liberals dominate it. They dominate it with bots. The simple explanation of a bot is exactly what I just explained to you. You take an algorithm, you have two or three people, 10 people writing tweets. And those tweets then get sent out by what appears to be thousands and thousands and thousands of people, and the Drive-Bys look at it, “Whoa! Twitter is blowing up!” and they think the nation is outraged. So the Drive-By Media takes a look at what happens on Twitter — a cacophony of crap populated by leftists and their bots — for this express purpose.

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Jeff Sessions Calls 61% Spike in Law Enforcement Officer Murders ‘Shocking’ and ‘Unacceptable’

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The FBI’s annual Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted report for 2016 was finalized Monday and shows substantial increases in all relevant categories. Most saliently, the number of officers “feloniously killed” in the line-of-duty jumped to 66, a 61 percent increase over 2015.

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Working Class Republicans

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Henry Olsen discussed in his latest book, The Working Class Republican: Ronald Reagan and the Return of Blue Collar Conservatism, that the lessons Republicans need to learn from Ronald Reagan and Trump’s victory in November are that to be successful “ideas must be shown to address the concerns and interests of the people you are asking to advance them with their votes.” Olsen asserts, “There are lessons in that for today’s conservatives in appealing to a broader electorate.”

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Whine House Down: Clinton Suspends Media after Falling, Hurting Foot in UK


British media producers were left asking ‘What Happened?’ Monday, after failed U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton chose to cancel television and radio appearances promoting her new book in the United Kingdom.

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John Bolton: Trump Silence on Iran-Dominated Baghdad Invasion of Kurdish Iraq ‘a Tragedy’

Iraqi forces drive towards the disputed city of Kirkuk on October 16, 2017
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton spoke to Breitbart News Daily Sirius XM host Alex Marlow Monday, coming out strongly in support of Iraqi Kurdistan in its bid for independence and criticizing American ties to the Iraqi national government, which he described as “dominated by Iran.”

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John Bolton: Some Trump Advisers Were ‘More Than Happy to Exploit Confusion’ to Keep Iran Deal Alive


Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday’s Breitbart News Daily to discuss the fate of the Iran nuclear deal after President Trump’s announcement of decertification on Friday.

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Producers Guild Creates Hollywood Anti-Sexual Harassment Task Force

US producer Harvey Weinstein poses on May 24, 2013 as he arrives for the screening of the film 'The Immigrant' presented in Competition at the 66th edition of the Cannes Film Festival in Cannes. Cannes, one of the world's top film festivals, opened on May 15 and will climax on May 26 with awards selected by a jury headed this year by Hollywood legend Steven Spielberg. AFP PHOTO / ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT (Photo credit should read ANNE-CHRISTINE POUJOULAT/AFP/Getty Images)
The Producers Guild of America voted to expel disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein from its organization Monday and announced the creation of an “Anti-Sexual Harassment Task Force” charged with researching and preventing further sexual abuse in the film industry.

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Nicolle Wallace: Trump Owes Former Presidents Bush, Obama an Apology for ‘Smear and Slander’


Monday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” former White House communications director for President George W. Bush and host Nicolle Wallace said President Donald Trump should apologize for claiming “President Obama and other presidents, most of them didn’t make calls,” to families of fallen soldiers. Wallace said “I couldn’t even get my thoughts together on the news the president made and the slander, really, against his predecessors to suggest they didn’t call fam — didn’t call families of the fallen. Obviously, it’s different. President Bush took the country to war, so it’s a different thing. But it destroyed him, and he wanted to be destroyed by the grief that he felt for every family who made the sacrifice. He went to Walter Reed more times than anyone has a count of. He called as soon as a call would be received by him. It was with every fiber of his being that he sought to deliver comfort. I cannot imagine a scenario where he would have stood up and tried to — I just — explain this to me.” She added “He owes those two presidents an apology before the end of the day. That’s a smear and slander, the likes of which

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Breitbart’s Pollak: Establishment Republicans Have Also Had Their Share of ‘Losers’


Breitbart News senior editor-at-large Joel Pollak told MSNBC’s Ali Velshi on Monday afternoon that the Republican establishment had picked a large number of “losers” in congressional races. Pollak was responding to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and his criticism of Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon earlier that day in the White House Rose Garden. McConnell responded to Bannon’s threat to back challengers to incumbent Republicans in Senate primary races by insisting: “You have to nominate people who can win because winners make policy and losers go home.” He specifically named 2010 candidates Christine O’Donnell (Delaware) and Sharon Angle (Nevada), and 2012 candidates Todd Akin (Missouri) and Richard Mourdock (Indiana), as examples. However, Pollak noted that many of the candidates that Senate leadership had backed had been poor choices, ranging from Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana — who “basically didn’t live there anymore” — to former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who later became a Democrat. “If Mitch McConnell had his way, Charlie Crist would have been the Republican nominee for Senate in Florida [in 2010] instead of Marco Rubio. I mean, you can find so many examples of the establishment picking losers.” Pollak also noted that the fundamental problem

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Rush Limbaugh: ‘Twitter Is a Cacophony of Crap’

Monday on his nationally syndicated radio show, conservative talker Rush Limbaugh dismissed claims that NBC Sports’ Al Michaels’ remarks a night earlier about the New York Giants having a worse week than embattled Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein were controversial. Limbaugh argued any controversy had been derived from Twitter, which he described to be a “cacophony of crap.” Transcript as follows (courtesy of RushLimbaugh.com): Seriously, you know what Twitter is? Twitter is a cacophony of crap. How in the world did Twitter ever evolve into becoming a news source for supposed mainstream media people? Well, let me tell you how: Because liberals dominate it. They dominate it with bots. The simple explanation of a bot is exactly what I just explained to you. You take an algorithm, you have two or three people, 10 people writing tweets. And those tweets then get sent out by what appears to be thousands and thousands and thousands of people, and the Drive-Bys look at it, “Whoa! Twitter is blowing up!” and they think the nation is outraged. So the Drive-By Media takes a look at what happens on Twitter — a cacophony of crap populated by leftists and their bots — for this express purpose.

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Jeff Sessions Calls 61% Spike in Law Enforcement Officer Murders ‘Shocking’ and ‘Unacceptable’

The FBI’s annual Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted report for 2016 was finalized Monday and shows substantial increases in all relevant categories. Most saliently, the number of officers “feloniously killed” in the line-of-duty jumped to 66, a 61 percent increase over 2015.

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Working Class Republicans

Henry Olsen discussed in his latest book, The Working Class Republican: Ronald Reagan and the Return of Blue Collar Conservatism, that the lessons Republicans need to learn from Ronald Reagan and Trump’s victory in November are that to be successful “ideas must be shown to address the concerns and interests of the people you are asking to advance them with their votes.” Olsen asserts, “There are lessons in that for today’s conservatives in appealing to a broader electorate.”

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Whine House Down: Clinton Suspends Media after Falling, Hurting Foot in UK

British media producers were left asking ‘What Happened?’ Monday, after failed U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton chose to cancel television and radio appearances promoting her new book in the United Kingdom.

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John Bolton: Trump Silence on Iran-Dominated Baghdad Invasion of Kurdish Iraq ‘a Tragedy’

Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton spoke to Breitbart News Daily Sirius XM host Alex Marlow Monday, coming out strongly in support of Iraqi Kurdistan in its bid for independence and criticizing American ties to the Iraqi national government, which he described as “dominated by Iran.”

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John Bolton: Some Trump Advisers Were ‘More Than Happy to Exploit Confusion’ to Keep Iran Deal Alive

Former U.N. Ambassador John Bolton joined SiriusXM host Alex Marlow on Monday’s Breitbart News Daily to discuss the fate of the Iran nuclear deal after President Trump’s announcement of decertification on Friday.

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Producers Guild Creates Hollywood Anti-Sexual Harassment Task Force

The Producers Guild of America voted to expel disgraced movie mogul Harvey Weinstein from its organization Monday and announced the creation of an “Anti-Sexual Harassment Task Force” charged with researching and preventing further sexual abuse in the film industry.

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Nicolle Wallace: Trump Owes Former Presidents Bush, Obama an Apology for ‘Smear and Slander’

Monday on MSNBC’s “Deadline,” former White House communications director for President George W. Bush and host Nicolle Wallace said President Donald Trump should apologize for claiming “President Obama and other presidents, most of them didn’t make calls,” to families of fallen soldiers. Wallace said “I couldn’t even get my thoughts together on the news the president made and the slander, really, against his predecessors to suggest they didn’t call fam — didn’t call families of the fallen. Obviously, it’s different. President Bush took the country to war, so it’s a different thing. But it destroyed him, and he wanted to be destroyed by the grief that he felt for every family who made the sacrifice. He went to Walter Reed more times than anyone has a count of. He called as soon as a call would be received by him. It was with every fiber of his being that he sought to deliver comfort. I cannot imagine a scenario where he would have stood up and tried to — I just — explain this to me.” She added “He owes those two presidents an apology before the end of the day. That’s a smear and slander, the likes of which

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Breitbart’s Pollak: Establishment Republicans Have Also Had Their Share of ‘Losers’

Breitbart News senior editor-at-large Joel Pollak told MSNBC’s Ali Velshi on Monday afternoon that the Republican establishment had picked a large number of “losers” in congressional races. Pollak was responding to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) and his criticism of Breitbart News executive chairman Steve Bannon earlier that day in the White House Rose Garden. McConnell responded to Bannon’s threat to back challengers to incumbent Republicans in Senate primary races by insisting: “You have to nominate people who can win because winners make policy and losers go home.” He specifically named 2010 candidates Christine O’Donnell (Delaware) and Sharon Angle (Nevada), and 2012 candidates Todd Akin (Missouri) and Richard Mourdock (Indiana), as examples. However, Pollak noted that many of the candidates that Senate leadership had backed had been poor choices, ranging from Sen. Richard Lugar of Indiana — who “basically didn’t live there anymore” — to former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist, who later became a Democrat. “If Mitch McConnell had his way, Charlie Crist would have been the Republican nominee for Senate in Florida [in 2010] instead of Marco Rubio. I mean, you can find so many examples of the establishment picking losers.” Pollak also noted that the fundamental problem

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