Saturday, July 23, 2016

The Times delivers the slime.

The execrable New York Times writes of the increasingly important role that Donald Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner plays in Trump's campaign and inserts a greasy insinuation at the end:
A 35-year-old real estate developer, investor and newspaper publisher, Mr. [Jared] Kushner derives his authority in the campaign not from a traditional resume but from a marital vow. He is Mr. Trump's son-in-law. Yet in a gradual but unmistakable fashion, Mr. Kushner has become involved in virtually every facet of the Trump presidential operation, so much so that many inside and out of it increasingly see him as a de facto campaign manager ... Much about the Trump candidacy seems at odds with Mr. Kushner's personality and biography: An Orthodox Jew and grandson of Holocaust survivors, Mr. Kushner is now at the center of a campaign that has been embraced by white nationalists and anti-Semites.[1]
Where is Robert "Have you no sense of decency, Senator" Welch when you need him?

We already went through this over what Trump was supposed to do because David Duke allegedly supported his candidacy. Politicians can't be tagged with the views of any of the millions of people who support them. If the New Black Panther Party and the Nation of Islam support Hillary, I suppose we'll read how her campaign has "been embraced by black nationalists and screwballs who believe there are invisible space ships circling the earth." Don't anyone hold their breath if that happens, however.

Where Trump is concerned, the Times sullied what's left of its reputation by insinuating that the Trump campaign is characterized by white nationalists and anti-Semites.

So, it's beyond fortunate Times didn't get hold of this confidential rough draft of the seating chart for the Republican convention that one of our sources was kind enough to pass on the Intergalactic Source of Truth. Fortunately, cooler heads prevailed and the Convention proceeded to seat merely the state delegates. But you see here a good example of what Republicans mean when we say we're a "big tent" party:

Little did the Times realize how close they came to putting their finger on the true nature of the Republican Party.

[1] "Quiet Fixer in Donald Trump's Campaign: His Son-in-Law, Jared Kushner." By Michael Barbaro and Jonathan Mahler, The New York Times, 7/4/16 (emphasis added). Good job, Michael and Jonathan. Your future at the NYT is assured.

UPDATE 7/23/16:

CNN contributes its own slime:

That black gentleman is awesome.


LindaF said...

Once again, the NYT ascribes evil intent to the influence of ---- Da Jooooos!

Col. B. Bunny said...

I thought it was the opposite, Linda. That the Times ascribed evil to Trump because anti-Semites are Trump supporters.

Anonymous said...

"Mr. [Jared] Kushner derives his authority in the campaign not from a traditional resume but from a marital vow. "

Ah, if only the times (its not capitalized on purpose) would look into similar situations in Hollywood, both political parties, and the so called mainstream media. However, I'm sure they know these things and yet again ascribe their own motives as being the same of their opponents. They certainly cannot fathom that the motives of conservatives may actually be as we state since theirs never are.

Col. B. Bunny said...

Anon, the Dems went straight to obfuscation when they went straight to "blame Russia" to dodge the issue of what is in the DNC emails. The left doesn't have to lie. All they need do is omit coverage of, say, the millions Hillary and Bill have collected in pay-to-play scams.

Your comment reminds me of Twain's quip, "Always tell the truth. It will gratify some and astound the rest."

wheels said...

What, no seating for gamergaters and MRAs?