Must hear headlines for October 30th:
Bottom Line: These are the stories you don't want to miss (but probably would if I didn't find them for you)...
CNN's Undisclosed Ties to Fusion GPS Chuck Ross & Peter Hasson, The Daily Caller
Excerpt: CNN’s reporting on the dossier, led by justice correspondent Evan Perez, has been favorable to the firm, Fusion GPS, and hyped the dossier’s credibility. Left out of Perez’s reporting, which has relied largely on unnamed sources, is his personal closeness to Fusion GPS’ operatives. Fusion has repeatedly been described in Senate testimonies as a smear-for-hire operation that manufactures misleading or false media narratives for its clients.
Glenn Simpson, the Fusion co-founder most often associated with the dossier, is used to working on stories with Perez. As reporters at The Wall Street Journal, Perez and Simpson regularly co-authored stories on national security.
Another Fusion founder, Tom Catan, worked as a reporter for the Journal at the same time as Perez and Simpson. The third Fusion co-founder, Peter Fritsch, worked above Perez and Simpson as the senior national security editor.
CNN did not respond to The Daily Caller’s request for comment about Perez’s ties to Fusion’s partners.
Well look at this, now we find that CNN's slanderous Trump-Russia collusion narrative, that Project Veritas exposed as being part of a critical strategy this spring, was based on a key reporter with a personal and undisclosed relationship with the principals at Fusion GPS who were paid to create the false dossier. The branches of corruption continue to be rooted ever deeper in areas of government and GSS media. At the time of the Project Veritas expose of CNN's false news agenda against President Trump, three employees were fired for falsifying reporting. Will anything happen here or will CNN just not comment and hope no one notices their role in the Fusion GPS conspiracy?
Obama Camp Paid $972K to Law Firm That Paid Fusion GPS Sean Davis, Federalist
Excerpt: Since April of 2016, Obama's campaign organization has paid nearly a million dollars to the law firm that funneled money to Fusion GPS to compile a dossier of unverified allegations against Donald Trump.
If you're trying to keep up with the trail of funding and the parities related to the false/slanderous Fusion GPS dossier you now have:
Washington Free Beacon (who dropped any funding/involvement in the project last spring before the dossiers creation)
Obama's campaign fund
Clinton's campaign fund
Yep, nothing to see here folks...
Never Trumpers Have 3 Options: Cave, Retire or Fight Doyle McManus, LA Times
Excerpt: Trump commands the support of most Republican voters, and he’s threatened to use his popularity to scotch the reelection of anyone who crosses him.
This is one of those moments when media, a la the LA Times in this example, hold that out as something anomalous and disconcerting without even realizing that for the rank and file American it's exactly what we hoped would happen! There were 14 politicians running for President as Republicans and voters chose the most verbose of the anti-politicians for reasons just like this. The end of politics as usual that never produce the results promised by the politicians! So, while the LA Times thinks it's producing a critical piece. For Trump's base, it's exactly what they want to see occur.