Now what?

Another day and another issue. This time the President shared highly confidential information with the Russian foreign minister in their meeting last week. The Washington Post and MSM delighted in reporting it and attacking the White House. The President and his team denied it all and said they shared nothing that wasn’t already known. What is the truth? No one knows yet, but you can be sure it is somewhere in the middle and that some bureaucrat in government, with an anti administration bent is the leaker. They need to find the person. You cannot run the government with people who are supposed to be your team working against you.

Now the question is this. If the administration proves to be right and the only issue here is the leak how and will the MSM cover that? They sure ran big with it as fact last night.

House race impact?

The continual negative MSM coverage is going to have an impact in special elections. The next one is May 25th in true red Montana. They have only one congressional seat so it is a statewide election. The Democrats are going all out and Bernie Sanders is in the state campaigning hard. A Republican loss here would be very telling and it may happen.

Another sign of the times:

More U.S. workers are testing positive for illicit drugs than at any time in the last 12 years, according to data from Quest Diagnostics. The number is 4.2%. Now that’s people knowing they are taking a test. Just another example of changing values of our society.

A quiet story you likely have not heard:

Talk about releasing data and how did Wikileakes get so much, here’s an incredible story that the MSM is not covering. A young DNC staffer was murdered on the streets of Washington. It was called a robbery, but his wallet was not taken. There were questions raised, and his family hired a private investigator. This week that investigator said the staffer had released DNC data to Wikileakes.
Here’s a link to the story. Imagine if it had to with a Republican link.
http://www.fox5dc.com/news/local-news/254852337-story

Ratings update:

Friday’s numbers released. Fox still reeling. MacCallum wins the 7 slot but closely over Msnbc. Carlson numbers drop. What used to be a win over CNN and Msnbc combined is now a small win over them individually. Maddow destroys The Five. (We still say that is the wrong show for that time slot). Hannity barely edges out competition. So a tough week for FoxNews. Here’s the numbers:

Total Viewers (Live +SD)

  • Total day: FNC: 1.561 | CNN: 994 | MSNBC: 1.310 | HLN: 182
  • Primetime: FNC: 2.004 | CNN: 1.083 | MSNBC: 2.091 | HLN: 193
4p: 5p: 6p: 7p: 8p: 9p: 10p: 11p:
FNC Cavuto:
1.314
Specialists:
1.649
Baier:
2.081
MacCallum:
1.626
Carlson:
2.104
TheFive:
1.858
Hannity:
2.049
Carlson:
1.304
CNN Tapper:
1.163
Blitzer:
1.273
Blitzer:
1.236
Burnett:
1.093
Cooper:
1.263
Cooper:
1.049
Lemon:
937
Lemon:
868
MSNBC Live:
1.075
MTPDaily:
1.405
Greta:
1.165
Matthews:
1.551
Hayes:
1.781
Maddow:
2.537
O’Donnell:
1.942
Williams:
1.616
HLN Files:
131
Files:
154
Files:
145
Files:
159
Ling:
196
Ling:
193
Ling:
192
Files:
265

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