Wednesday, September 23, 2015

It looks like Donald Trump has reopened his war against Fox News again. Is it Christmas already?

So after everything cooled off and Trump made nice with Roger Ailes everybody thought that his attacks against Fox were a thing of the past.


Hang on he's just getting warmed up.
Trump also retweeted attacks on Fox from his supporters.

Oh he mentioned Megyn Kelly, he's not going after her again is he?


Trust me this is only a fraction of the Twitter storm that came from the Donald.

So now the question of the day has to be, can Donald Trump turn the low information viewers of Fox News against them?

Or will Fox News destroy Trump's candidacy?

Okay that's it. I'm just going to have to get one of those industrial sized popcorn makers and set it up permanently in the family room.

(H/T to Politicususa.)


  1. Anonymous2:33 PM

    He makes a convincing 15yr old on twitter.

    1. Anonymous3:40 PM


    2. Anonymous5:18 AM

      Maybe he can get Lindsey Lohan as his VP...

  2. I can just imagine his Putin Twitter feed, now.

  3. Anonymous2:45 PM

    In that photo, I think he's about to say FUCK YOU! How long before he says that to somebody at a rally.

    It will be interesting to see if (or how) Fox News strikes back.
    Ya gotta wonder what his strategy is.

    1. Anonymous7:37 PM

      here is your answer:

      Anarchy In The GOP: Fox News Responds To Boycott By Trashing Donald Trump

      In case there is any doubt that Fox and Trump are engaging in total media warfare, Fox News reacted to Donald Trump’s announced boycott of the network by trashing the GOP frontrunner.

      Earlier in the day, Donald Trump announced that he would no longer appear on Fox News due to what he called unfair treatment.

      A Fox News spokesperson responded to Trump by telling PoliticusUSA:

      “At 11:45 am today, we canceled Donald Trump’s scheduled appearance on The O’Reilly Factor on Thursday, which resulted in Mr. Trump’s subsequent tweet about his ‘boycott’ of FOX News. The press predictably jumped to cover his tweet, creating yet another distraction from any real issues that Mr. Trump might be questioned about. When coverage doesn’t go his way, he engages in personal attacks on our anchors and hosts, which has grown stale and tiresome. He doesn’t seem to grasp that candidates telling journalists what to ask is not how the media works in this country.”....

      I love the part about "He doesn’t seem to grasp that candidates telling journalists what to ask is not how the media works in this country.” HA HA

      Isn't that what Sarah did the whole time she was on FOX?

    2. Anonymous9:53 PM

      That dolt sarah just said the same things over and over. Haha and they paid her.

  4. Anonymous2:51 PM

    tRump tells his followers not to watch FOX. Ha!

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump Sep 22
    "@glendabelle_11: @FoxNews Fox has become a supporter of Liberals!They are Not supporting the GOP candidates-especially Trump! Quit watching
    1,422 retweets 2,532 favorites
    Reply Retweet 1.4K Favorite 2.5K

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump Sep 22 Manhattan, NY
    "@EdwardChelednik: @realDonaldTrump @FoxNews Hey Donald your not alone. I can't watch it at all. Used to be all i watched.
    829 retweets 1,518 favorites

    And another illiterate drops Fox.

  5. Anonymous2:57 PM

    Trump's Communication Policy: Twitter and only Twitter!

    1. Anonymous3:18 AM

      And everyone reports them so he gets even more publicity and communication. In this he is a genius for getting tons of attention for free.
      BTW, his voice is almost as grating as Palin's.

  6. Anonymous3:00 PM

    Hey, Donald -- you should ask journalism expert Sarah Palin about how to cover the news. Fox has hidden its agenda for years, but now you're openly admiting that a news organization is supposed to support Republican candidates. No fair and balanced, or neutral news reporting.
    Can't have it both ways, Richy Rich.

    1. Anonymous9:55 PM

      Yes, he could create a news station and ask sarah to host it to ask him already agreed upon questions. It will be a hit, not.

  7. Anonymous3:01 PM

    Donald J. Trump ‏@realDonaldTrump 7h7 hours ago
    .@FoxNews has been treating me very unfairly & I have therefore decided that I won't be doing any more Fox shows for the foreseeable future.

    1. Anonymous7:40 PM

      Can you see this nut case as president.

      (Inset name of leader of any country) was mean to me so I won't be doing any more meetings for the foreseeable future.

  8. Anonymous3:08 PM

    Because a Twitter is the only war those cowards would fight in.

    1. Anonymous3:28 PM

      Tweets are for twits.

  9. Anonymous3:13 PM

    Personally, I wish Trump would use every penny he has to destroy Faux News. That network has sown fear, paranoia, ignorance and misinformation from the beginning. I hope Roger Ailes and Rupert TRULY reap what they have sown.

    1. Anonymous4:02 PM

      This! Let The Donald expose Faux News to the low info voters who follow him. It's the only way to get them to see what the rest of us have known for - what - 16 years? 20?

    2. Anonymous4:13 PM

      And let Fox expose Trump. It's a win-win!

  10. Anonymous3:14 PM

    Fox News is THE news channel for the Republican base, his only supporters...who's left for him?

  11. cckids3:15 PM

    What a petulant child. Just imagine this ass as President; his main focus is starting Twitter wars with anyone who disagrees with him.

  12. I'm going to have to watch "A Face In The Crowd" again soon. The spirit of Lonesome Rhodes never dies.

    1. Anonymous8:38 PM

      That's more the Palin story. Come from nothing, back to nothing. Trump was a trust-fund baby and will still be able to count a few stacks of money in his vault.

  13. Anonymous3:37 PM

    Thumpy, you little useless bitch!

  14. Anonymous3:40 PM

    At the end of the day I think Trump is somewhat a breath of fresh air. He has not backed away from RWers and has thugs like rand Paul ,Cruz and other's whimpering in the background.
    He will not last if he gets the nomination.

    1. Anonymous4:09 PM

      How is a loud mouthed, egotistical, whiney, obnoxious liar a breath of fresh air? He is one of them, just louder.

      All hypocrites and dishonest. We shouldn't praise that behavior at all.


    2. Anonymous4:45 PM

      He's a foul stench.

      But it is nice to see him taking out FOX and the GOP.

    3. Anonymous4:53 PM

      More like a breath of fresh dog shit. Are you kidding?

    4. That's the same creepy comment they frequently said about the Wasilla witch. Trump is not a breath of fresh air - he's the main character in a very brilliant scheme to divide, conquer and damage the republicans line up, destroy Faux News and deflect attention away from other candidates while showing support for PP - Which is in line with Hillary. Pay attention! Trump is our friend. :-)

  15. Brilliant! Now I'm convinced that Donsld is a Democrat. By pretending to be the worst of the worst Teabaggers, he is destroying not only the GOP contenders but taking down their Fox News mouthpiece as well.

    1. Anonymous4:29 PM

      Chump isn't that smart but what you say is true. He's fucking himself and he doesn't even know it. As Yogi says: it's like Deja vu all over again.

    2. Anonymous8:50 PM

      The decimation of the Republican party via Donald Trump has Bill Clinton's fingerprints all over it.

    3. 8:50 - totally agree and I just posted a long rant - I'm shocked the GOP has failed to see the obvious and still hasn't called him out. This is so freaking funny but Clinton has punked everyone. Love it!

  16. Anonymous4:06 PM

    It's going to be fun when Trump's poll numbers dive and he attacks the pollsters for being unfair to him.

    And when he loses a primary election, the accusations will be furious, the lawsuits abundant.

  17. Anonymous4:07 PM

    Why does this feel like a choreographed wrestling match?

    1. Anonymous8:35 PM

      That was my exact thought when it was Lowry in the mix. Too much Pope & President time and they needed to harsh that mellow big time.

  18. Anonymous4:12 PM

    This is just so juvenile. Does Trump not get that? Why not?

  19. Anonymous4:21 PM

    Soooo "presidential". whaaah if you don't agree wit me, I'lll show you! Take my toys and play with someone nicer! lmao
    Can't wait for the landslide on bullshit mountain, when his poll numbers do a "Palin". His ego will collapse under it's own weight.

  20. Anonymous5:08 PM

    What person over the age of 14 spends their day tweeting like that?
    The man is seriously losing it.

  21. Anonymous5:31 PM

    Which side is Sarah Palin on, Trump or FOX?

    That Wasilla hoohah will not say anything or take sides.

    Trump and FOX equals $$$$ for Sarah Palin

  22. Anonymous5:39 PM

    Sarah Palin says Trump is right when it comes to Obama

    Sarah Palin who is right when it comes to Trump versus FOX?

    I'm sure we can expect Sarah's Facebook post on who Sarah Palin sides with, anytime now, anytime now, Sarah? Anytime now

    1. Anonymous8:01 PM

      i think Sorry Sarah likes the black eye TRump gave Fox.

  23. Anonymous6:11 PM

    Trump has the same narcissistic attitude as Sarah Palin. They are exactly alike.

    Fox News always bent backwards for Palin, and paid her extremely well, considering the little contributing she did. They had to cater to her needs and send equipment to her house. She had it good, but chose to act like a teenager who never did her homework, gave the same old tired talking points.

    Trump's tantrums are a larger version of Sarah's tantrums. His are bigger than hers. She never gets a break.

  24. Anonymous6:40 PM

    SAARRRAAAAHHH pick one bitch

    Trump or FOX.

  25. Anonymous7:21 PM

    So Trump can lie about Pres. Obama's citizenship and faith but if anyone says something bad about him, they are threaten with a lawsuit. What a bully !!!

    Is the Club for Growth similar to the Hair Club for Men!! and has the Donald dyed his hair, it looked silver instead of orange on Colbert.

    O/T Trump sends 'cease and desist' letter to Club for Growth for being mean

    The ongoing feud between Donald Trump and the Club for Growth—the best feud of the Republican primary by far—is now multitudes better, which we pretty much knew would happen once CfG decided to spend $1 million in ads against Trump in Iowa. The only thing that's surprising in this is that it took Trump's lawyer a whole week to send this cease and desist letter to the group's president, David McIntosh.

    ....The letter ends by giving the CfG the "one-time opportunity to rectify this matter" by: 1) stop running the ad immediately and immediately inform them in writing that it's happened, and promise that they won't ever lie about anything about Trump again in the future. No, really. If that doesn't happen, Trump's lawyer Alan Garten says, the wrath of Trump will fall upon their heads in the form of "a multi-million dollar lawsuit against you personally [McIntosh] and your organization for your false and defamatory statements and the damage you have intentionally caused to my client's interests as well as pursue all other remedies available to us at law or in equity." ....

  26. Anonymous7:43 PM

    Pay back time for Boo Hoo Boehner!!

    O/T House Democrats Get Their Revenge By Telling Boehner He’s On His Own With Coup

    Speaker of the House John Boehner ignored House Democrats for years, and now they are not going to help him fight off a coup attempt from his fellow Republicans.
    House Minority Whip Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD) made the first comment by Democratic leadership on the potential toppling of Boehner, “It’s not our responsibility to try to solve their divisions.”

    The chairman of the Democratic Caucus, Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-CA) let it be known that Democrats aren’t going to take sides in the Republican Party’s civil war, “Like the Syrian Civil War, I’m not sure it’s easy to discern which side anyone is on.”
    If De
    mocrats stay out of the vote to topple Boehner, the Speaker of the House might be seriously screwed. Boehner needs House Democrats to at least vote present on a measure to require him to vacate the chair because it would lower the number of votes required for the Speaker to keep his position.

    Democrats are in no hurry to help Boehner because he has ignored their help and ideas for years. Speaker Boehner only came knocking on the Democrats’ doors when he needed votes to pass bills that he didn’t have enough support on his own to pass.

    House Democrats have bailed Boehner out of numerous Republican caused crisis over the years, but Democrats were given nothing in return. House Democrats saved Boehner’s hide for the good of the country in the past, but the Ohio Republican’s ingratitude means that Democrats are more than happy to let Boehner figure this one out on his own.

  27. Anonymous7:54 PM

    Does anyone else hear circus music? State fair music?
    That's the kind of industrial-sized popcorn makers we are talking about.

  28. Anonymous8:30 PM

    He is much like Palin in the manner of not being able to let anything go.

    BTW no GOP candidate can be elected without any part of the minority vote meaning this one will go to the democrats again, suck on it baggers.

  29. Anonymous10:18 PM

    If you want to see the latest bullshit the Rethuglicans are pushing to their base of course check Fox & Drudge Report. If you want to find out how much of it is actually sticking--read the comments on Fox news sure appears to be on its way out with the knuckle draggers--they seem to be doing a great deal of hand wringing these days

  30. Anonymous11:41 PM

    No wonder Sarah Palin loves Donald Trump, Donald lives off of other people's money.

    Trump’s companies have filed bankruptcy FOUR times.  He wears these bankruptcies proudly as he suggests that they were corporations, rather than personal bankruptcy!  The reality is that by using corporations Trump avoided personal responsibility for defrauding investors of BILLIONS OF DOLLARS.  In Bankruptcy #1, his casino was almost THREE BILLION DOLLARS IN DEBT.  In bankruptcy #2    his hotel was $390 Million in debt when it filed.  In #3, his hotel and casino was 1.8 BILLION IN DEBT.  In #4 the company was $53.1 million in debt when it filed for reorganization.  That means that Donald Trump has caused investors to lose over 5 BILLION DOLLARS because they believed in him.  Yet he brags that he is rich, and “that’s the kind of mindset we need in this country.”

  31. Anonymous6:11 AM

    8 reasons white America falls for demagogues like Donald Trump

    White identity politics. Donald Trump has been endorsed by prominent white supremacists and white nationalists as their chosen candidate.

    (Political socialization begins in the home. According to recently discovered news reports from 1927, Trump’s father was likely at least a sympathizer with, if not a member, of the Ku Klux Klan.) From the end of the Civil Rights Movement onward, the Republican Party has used a strategy of white grievance mongering known as the Southern Strategy to mobilize its voters.


  32. I remain convinced this is a brilliant scheme created by the Clintons and Trump. Think about it. Trump still pro choice, he didn't join the repugs on Planned Parenthood attacks - he spoke in favor of them which lines up with Hillary. He's caused absolute chaos in the party and has relentlessly attacked Bush who may be the likely last one standing on the stage and Clintons want him eliminated. Who else can beat Hillary? The most telling reasons I believe he and the Clintons created this dog and pony show is how Trump continues to attack and discredit Faux News. He uses his popularity to brilliantly turn their rabid viewers against them and reserves the most scathing attacks for Megan Kelly and now O'Reilly. Think about it.

    His presence has cast a huge shadow over the entire line up of candidates, they've publically stated frustration over the way he dominates the stage and the media can't get enough of him.

    The fact that he's been friends with the Clintons for many years, donated to their campaigns, and hasn't attacked Hillary with the same fire power used against candidates of his own party speaks volumes. Think about the way he addressed her invitation to his wedding - during the first debate he was questioned why he donated to Hillary and his response was that he contributed to a lot of campaigns, including the candidates on stage. Now think about how he justified donations to Hillary - he said his support for her campaign obligated her to show up for his wedding. This was designed to neutralize any accusations or questions on all things Clinton. He dismissed any donations to her as simply one of many campaigns he's supported. The repugs have been punked, along with Faux News and their low IQ viewers.

    For those of you that may think I'm wrong - I challenge you to pay close attention to the strategy he's employed from the very first day he entered the race. He brags about using his own money and the reason is obvious to me. Trump knows the plan has nothing to do with him seriously running for office and if he accepts donations, he's now on the hook for legal/ethical complications.

    Think about who benefits the most from his candidacy. It's certainly not the GOP. It's definitely not Faux News. It's clearly not the unfortunate candidates on that stage with him. They're starting to drop like flies. Now that Fiorina has spiked in the polls, he might take action to discredit her depending on whether the Clintons consider her a threat - I'm thinking they still see Jeb as the target to eliminate.

    Perhaps the most brilliant end result would be Trump winning the primary which the GOP is not ok with under any circumstances. If trump, Hillary will be the next Potus and Trump will continue reaping benets as he rides the wave of the huge surge in popularity.

    This is one of the most brilliant political schemes I've ever witnessed and I'm not surprised since Bill Clinton is known as a clever and mighty force - including Hillary.

    To sum up Trumps campaign - he's successfully damaged Faux News with Megan Kelly actually receiving death threats, O'Reilly is his current target - he supports PP which likely results in a shifting view among the most conservative viewers - he's turned the tables on Faux News - he's directed the media attention away from other candidates and damaged their ability to reach the same audience - most clever is how he's deflected so much attention away from Benghazi and Hillarys email firestorm. His offensive comments , attacks on immigration and plan to build a wall, his simplistic bombast and his reality tv popularity has resonated with the intellectually challenged right wingers and I've even witnessed his popularity with people I know personally who shock me with their blind support and admiration of him.

    Brilliant in my opinion.

  33. We're going to see a landslide democratic win in the next election and I'm no fan of either party but repugs have destroyed any shred of decency or rationality for me.

    I can't stomach Boehner and his disgraceful, treasonous actions. He appears to be a heavy drinker to me - his appearance always leaves me thinking he's frequently drunk and obviously abused/bullied by his own party.

    Let him face his own demise. No reason to save his sorry ass again.


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