Fake news reporter Jim Acosta complained Tuesday that President Trump’s consistent slamming of the media and ridiculing networks such as CNN as ‘fake news’ will lead to a reporter being attacked by Trump supporters.
Speaking with Variety along with reporters April Ryan and Ashley Parker of The Washington Post, Acosta suggested that Trump’s rhetoric will lead people to commit acts of violence against journalists.
The problem is that people around the country don’t know it’s an act.” Acosta said, implying that Trump is disingenuous in his tirades against the media….
I thought he was talking about his own TV persona being an act. Seriously. I thought he was being honest. What was I thinking?
He has an issue with people disliking known and chronic liars? Well I’m really sorry about that but it doesn’t compare with being on the receiving end of those lies, such as the lies about iraq and 9/11, which were obvious to those who were paying attention at the time.
I don’t recall CNN ever apologizing for their complicity in murdering more than a million iraqi’s, most of them children. Or for not covering the USA’s decades-long torture campaigns in latin america for that matter. http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/06/border-crisis-the-crocodile-tears-of-the-empire/
What is he smoking?
A new meaning for the word “pedovore”.
To reiterate: the most efficient way to pop the grossly bloated balloon of medical prestige is to rub the nose of the public in how destructive medicine has already been to this society and its children, via male medical genital mutilation without informed consent of the parents: http://members.tranquility.net/~rwinkel/MGM/primer.html http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2014/08/reality-neurologically-mgm-is-the-same-as-fgm/
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), hugely funded by vaccine makers, calls for a police-state approach to vaccination.
Last month, the Academy, in a report titled “Countering Vaccine Hesitancy,” called for the elimination of all non-medical exemptions to vaccinations, including religious exemptions, on the model of California.
Released alongside this report was another report, also from the AAP, bemoaning the increase in vaccine refusals. The report also endorsed doctors’ “firing” patients who refuse to follow the government’s precise vaccination schedule, and found the number of physicians who have adopted such a policy to have nearly doubled between 2006 and 2013.
This is a serious threat. When organizations like the American Medical Association (AMA) and the AAP call for the elimination of non-medical exemptions, lawmakers are “covered” and can do whatever the vaccine company campaign donors tell them to do. We’ve already seen an aggressive attempt in Virginia earlier this year, which was fortunately rebuffed with lots of grassroots help. At least ten other states introduced similar legislation as well.
The AAP does not make it easy to follow its deep ties with the vaccine industry. But some of the facts are available. Corporate members of the AAP’s Friends of Children Fund reads like a Who’s Who of the vaccine business: Merck, Pfizer, Sanofi Pasteur (the largest company in the world devoted entirely to vaccines), AstraZeneca, Johnson & Johnson, Meda Pharmaceuticals, Novo Nordisk, and others. In the program for the AAP’s October 2016 conference, more than 300 companies are listed as exhibitors, including familiar names like GlaxoSmithKline, Proctor & Gamble, Gerber, most of the above drug companies, and many more besides.
A long-time editor of a prestigious medical journal started his editorial on physicians’ conflicts of interest by describing a fantasy: “Doctors treat patients using simply the best evidence and their experience. They are not influenced by money or self-interest.”
“This is, of course, nonsense,” he wrote. There is a reason “pharmaceutical companies spend billions of dollars on the influencing, education, and entertainment of doctors around the world.”
As discussed in my video below Find Out If Your Doctor Takes Drug Company Money, the vast majority of physicians in the United States take gifts from the pharmaceutical industry, and, ironically, cardiologists, whose practice centers around diseases that can largely be prevented and treated with lifestyle changes, receive the most payments of all. A previous compilation of surveys from the 1980s and 1990s found that, on average, doctors met face-to-face with drug industry representatives about once a week. Today, your family doctor may meet with drug company employees on average 16 times a month. There are only 20 workdays a month, so that’s nearly every day.
Nothing to see here. This is just a conspiracy theory, like the blackmailing of Frank Church during the Church Committee hearings into CIA wrongdoings in the 70’s. http://thoughtcrimeradio.net/2015/05/interview-with-mind-control-victim-used-to-blackmail-politicians-as-a-child/