Don't remember if it was the morning guy or Rush today. Media are crying like the little lap dog bitches they are that they don't like her.
They are so rude to her, talk over her, ask dumb ass gotcha questions. She says your asking the wrong questions telling them how a real reporter would do their job. Love it!
With more and more turning from news papers and tv. They will be forced to either start reporting or become obsolete as people see press briefings for themselves and judge the msm clowns.
Chris Wallace is right -- it wouldn't have gone well. After McEnany was through with him, they'd have to soak him up with a sponge.
Now I know why so called journalist support Democrats. They want a dictator that cant be questioned. I honestly wish I were young when America has their next Revolution.
Saw that this morning. It was a thing of beauty.
That young lady would eat Milhouse Wallace's lunch then steal his milk money.
Wallace teed up the segment by suggesting that if McEnany “had told” him and former ABC News journalist Sam Donaldson “what questions” they should have asked during a briefing, that it “would not have gone well.”
She would have eaten Wallace's lunch and Sam Donaldson would have been so shocked that someone was willing to call his bluff that he would have had a heart attack right there. Chris, when the press starts asking honest questions to reveal the truth instead of pushing narratives devised solely to corner the president, then you can get back on your high horse. In the mean time, just keep giving McEnany your lunch.
The petty attack on Kayleigh McEnany by Wallace and Goldberg did more damage to the journalists they were defending than it did to her. While the anti-Trump crowd undoubtedly cheered their criticism of the President's press secretary because they hate anyone associated with him, reasonable Americans are wondering why they were so threatened by the questions McEnany suggested the media should ask about General Flynn, questions most reasonable Americans would like the answers to.
House Pulls Surveillance Measure After Trump Tells Republicans to Vote No
House Democratic leaders on Thursday withdrew legislation that would revive expired F.B.I. tools to investigate terrorism and espionage and add privacy protections for Americans, after a fragile bipartisan compromise on the bill collapsed following an abrupt repudiation by President Trump.
The retreat left uncertain the fate of efforts to overhaul national-security surveillance while extending three partly expired tools that federal law enforcement officials use in such cases. Just days ago, the bill had appeared poised to become law, after initial approval by both the House and Senate.
But support for the measure among Republicans collapsed after Mr. Trump intervened to urge them to reject it, and progressives then said they could not support the bill without greater privacy protections. With votes bleeding from both flanks, House leaders delayed a vote late Wednesday and then called if off altogether on Thursday rather than let it fail.
President Donald J. Trump Announces Judicial Nominees
Issued on: May 28, 2020
Today, President Donald J. Trump announced his intent to nominate:
Fred Joseph Federici III, of New Mexico, to serve as Judge on the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico.
Brenda M. Saiz, of New Mexico, to serve as Judge on the United States District Court for the District of New Mexico.
(CNSNews.com) - "High-Stakes Referendum on Trump Takes Shape in a Georgia Special Election," said the headline in The New York Times on June 18. "Republican Claims House Seat in Georgia," said the New York Times headline three days later.
The most expensive House race in history ended badly for Democrats and their politically inexperienced candidate, who no longer lived in the district he wanted to represent.
Republican Karen Handel easily defeated Democrat Jon Ossoff in Tuesday's special election to replace Tom Price, who is now serving as Health and Human Services Secretary.
Handel received 134,595 votes, or 51.9 percent, to Ossoff's 124,893 votes, or 48.1 percent.
“Special thanks to the President of the United States of America,” Handel said in her victory speech. Her supporters reacted with cries of "Trump, Trump, Trump!"
As expected, a Republican also won Tuesday's special election in South Carolina to replace Rep. Mick Mulvaney, now President Trump's budget director. Republican Ralph Norman got 51.1 percent of the vote to Democrat Archie Parnell's 47.9 percent.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday that grants emergency powers to government agencies to fast-track and expedite the permitting process for infrastructure and energy projects.
According to the White House, the damage caused to the economy by the CCP virus means that without intervention, the United States would likely face a sustained and protracted recovery period characterized by persistently high levels of unemployment.
The order aims to expedite transportation infrastructure projects, civil works projects from the Army Corps of Engineers, and infrastructure and other projects on federal lands.
According to the order, the Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ) has, in emergency situations, provided flexibility to government agencies in complying with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)—a law environmentalists view as essential in determining the environmental impacts of infrastructure and other projects.
According to the executive order, the CEQ’s regulations “provide that when emergency circumstances make it necessary to take actions with significant environmental impacts without observing the regulations, agencies may consult with CEQ to make alternative arrangements to take such actions.” Such emergencies would include, among others, natural disasters, threats to national defense, “and employment and economic prosperity.”
His mother is Mexican. Jeb met her when he was 17 and teaching English as a second language in a town in Mexico. They married in 1974 in Austin. She didn't speak English at the time of the wedding. It's a pretty cool story, actually. And George P grew up bilingual.
Federal Court Upholds Trump’s Pro-Life Rule Defunding Planned Parenthood Abortion Business
A federal court has issued a ruling upholding enforcement of a pro-life rule instituted by President Donald Trump protecting Americans from having to fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business. The rule shut down one of the many avenues for federal taxpayer funds that Planned Parenthood has accessed over the years.
Title X grants fund family planning services for low-income individuals and, to direct tax dollars to legitimate organizations and away from the Planned Parenthood abortion company, the Trump administration finalized a new rule that prohibits recipients from providing or promoting abortions.
The “Protect Life” rule requires Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers to completely separate their abortion businesses from their taxpayer-funded services. That mean housing their family planning services in separate buildings with separate staff from their abortion businesses and a denial of funds if they fail to do so. Planned Parenthood refused to comply and lost its federal funding.
But the abortion giant, several states and the city of Baltimore sued to overturn the Trump rule.
A federal judge has issued a ruling turning back one of those lawsuits.
Maine Family Planning, the state’s only direct recipient of the federal Title X funds, in March 2019 sued the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, but U.S. District Judge Lance Walker disagreed with its contention that the pro-life rule violates its free speech rights but preventing it from promoting abortion. Judge Walker found that the “rule authorizes nondirective counseling, including abortion counseling; it only prohibits an abortion referral.”
I'm reminded of a customer's comments about his wife's directions, regarding Trump. "Whatever you are told to do, do the opposite!" Or like the ancient proverb that the residents of Crete were "always liars", so if you were given directions you had to choose the other way. This unscrupulous impostor's time is coming to an end, hopefully the adults will take over in 2021.