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8/16/17-Mark Levin Audio Rewind
The mainstream media — specifically, The New York Times — who are falling over themselves to play to their rabid base in excoriating President Trump as a neo-Nazi sympathizer. Trump condemned both sides of the violence in Charlottesville, and the liberal media are aghast that he drew a moral ...
that. Yeah. It was bad judgment a judgment call former times report Alex Jones now says in the film. Something that mattered much is an inning it's my news gentlemen of the New York Times. They've.
6/15/17-Mark Levin Audio Rewind
The shooting of Republicans in Virginia was predictable as the Leftists have become increasingly lawless and extreme. This personalization of politics, where the left attacks people personally, isn’t new, it’s as old as Marxism. What’s new is its embrace by democrat leadership. Rules for radicals ...
Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump returns, Scarlett Johansson spoofs Ivanka on "SNL"
information?" "From a very reputable source: Infowars," says Baldwin's Trump. "It's a radio show hosted by Alex Jones . You know he's legit because he's always taking off his shirt, OK?" Then, in an attempt to imply that the president
Alec Baldwin returns to 'SNL' as Donald Trump, Scarlett Johansson spoofs Ivanka Trump, Kate McKinnon reprises Jeff Sessions
this information?" "From a very reputable source: Infowars," Baldwin's Trump. "It's a radio show hosted by Alex Jones . You know he's legit because he's always taking off his shirt." Then, in an attempt to imply that the president
Southern Poverty Law Center Says Pepe the Frog Meme Was 'Hijacked' by Racists
prominent Trump supporter. Among the group of heads was Pepe, side-by-side with Mike Pence and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones of Infowars, among others. "I've never even heard of Pepe the Frog," Trump Jr. told ABC News on "This Week
Donald Trump Jr.'s Skittles Tweet Highlights His Key Campaign Role
replaced images from the movie "The Expendables" with pictures of Donald Trump, “alt-right” conspiracy theorist Alex Jones , “alt-right” blogger Milo Yiannopolous and other well-known Trump supporters like Gov. Chris Christie, Dr. Ben Carson
Jade Helm 15: The Facts About the Training Exercise Causing Jitters in Texas
martial law inside the U.S. Talk-show host and runner of the often conspiracy theory-laden website InfoWars.Com Alex Jones ran multiple stories speculating the map was a sign the feds were “preparing to invade Texas.” It’s not the first time such theories have gained traction on the Internet