Media lie about Trump speech and Defend Hillary’s email violations

"...  I've never seen the news media as a whole sink to this level. They are operating in a cesspool of dirty politics." Capt. Gordon Eisley, Longview Police Department
The news media has always leaned to the left, but during this election they have given up their facade of being fair and unbiased.
The news media has always leaned to the left, but during this election they have given up their facade of being fair and unbiased.

During his press conference — something he reminded reporters Hillary has failed to hold — presidential hopeful Donald Trump on Wednesday obviously joked that he hoped the Russian would release Hillary Clinton’s so-called missing or “scrubbed” email that created a stir in Washington.

The news media are claiming that Trump asked his friend President Vladimir Putin to hack Hillary Clinton’s emails, and then release them to the press. “He never said that while I was listening to the press conference,” noted Scott Leonardo, a former police intelligence analyst. “Besides, the New York Times already printed a story before the presser that accused the Russian leader of colluding with GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump,” said Leonardo, currently a corporate director of security.

Instead of reporting on the disgusting and embarrassing things said by Democratic Party staff and politicians about Latinos, blacks and others are contained in the emails, the news media are defending the Democrats by not covering the story but instead making up stories about Donald Trump. “I’ve worked as a police and intelligence officer for more than 35 years,” said Capt. Gordon Eisley in New Jersey, “and I’ve never seen the news media as a whole sink to this level. They are operating in a cesspool of dirty politics.”

In a press conference at his Doral golf course, Trump  is quoted as saying: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing,” he said. “I think you will probably be rewarded mightily by our press.”  But he obviously  made the statement tongue-in-cheek.

“These news people walk around Washington D.C. and New York City as if they’re intellectual giants, and they can’t tell when someone is joking? Or are they just selective? I know they despise Trump as much as these Democratic Party publicists despised President Ronald Reagan,” said Jonathan McNaughton, who served on the national drug task force that was chaired by George H.W. Bush.

The media telephoned so-called unnamed analysts and claimed these said Trump’s call for a nation that considered a rival to actually hack the e-mails of a major U.S. political party or the server of a former secretary of state was as extraordinary as it was unprecedented.

“But right there, they are lying. If there was hacking, it occurred months ago — perhaps years ago. Hillary’s private server no longer exists. Or does it? The true liars are working on her campaign and in the media,” said Director Leonardo. “In fact, during the FBI investigation, the American people were told Hillary’s private server wasn’t hacked by a foreign intelligence service or group. So which is it? Was she hacked or wasn’t she hacked? If the Russians do have those emails I do hope they release them before the people I call ‘the walking dead’ cast their votes for Hillary Clinton,” he said to the Conservative Base.

The news media are claiming Russian hackers gave the embarrassing DNC emails to WikiLeaks, which released them last Friday, on the eve of the Democratic Party convention. The part about Wikileaks’ Julian Assange releasing the emails is true, but he didn’t do it to help Trump, who  dislikes as much as he dislikes Hillary Clinton.


Donald Trump photo for Hipp articleThe New York Times reports that when their reporter Katy Tur questioned Trump if he was urging a foreign nation to hack into Clinton’s private email server, and meddle in the U.S. presidential elections, Trump dismissed the question. “That’s up to the president,” Trump said, shushing her and saying “be quiet — let the president talk to them [the Russians].”

Trump also refused reporters’ suggestions to call on Putin to not meddle in the U.S. presidential election. “I’m not going to tell Putin what to do,” Trump told the reporters who many believe had their claws out for Trump. “Why should I tell Putin what to do?”

The Clinton campaign almost immediately accused Trump of encouraging Russian espionage against the United States. No where did they blame the fact that documents were unprotected on Hillary Clinton’s private — and secret — server.

As usual in stories about Republicans, the news media went into full frenzy-mode over Trump’s statements. But they didn’t say a peep about the DNC breaking the law in front of millions of Americans during their own convention.

The Democrats brought two illegal aliens on stage to pander to their far-left base. But these immigrants broke American law. The DNC also allegedly broke the law, according to NewsmaxTV commentator and filmmaker Dennis Michael Lynch.  In addition,  it’s a felony to  harbor two illegal aliens, which is two violations of Section 8 U.S. Code 1324.

“The Clintons and their news media lapdogs are trying to sell people the idea that Trump is hurting national security when it’s both Bill and Hillary who sold out the nation for a bunch of speaking fees from foreign governments who wanted U.S. taxpayer money or military weapons and equipment,” said Paul De La Rosa, a former military intelligence officer, now a private security manager.



Jim Kouri, CPP, is founder and CEO of Kouri Associates, a homeland security, public safety and political consulting firm. He's formerly Fifth Vice-President, now a Board Member of the National Association of Chiefs of Police, a columnist, and a contributor to the nationally syndicated talk-radio program, the Chuck Wilder Show.. He's former chief of police at a New York City housing project in Washington Heights nicknamed "Crack City" by reporters covering the drug war in the 1980s. In addition, he served as director of public safety at St. Peter's University and director of security for several major organizations. He's also served on the National Drug Task Force and trained police and security officers throughout the country.

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