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6/30/2016

CNN’s Christiane Amanpour Reminds Viewers Why MSM Is Correctly Viewed With Disdain

Filed under: General — Dana @ 11:27 am

[guest post by Dana]

This is just stunning. During an “interview,” CNN advocacy journalist Christiane Amanpour can be seen attempting to shove her partisan narrative down the throat of Brexit Leave campaigner and conservative Member of the European Parliament Daniel Hannan in a heated exchange. Amanpour’s vigorous bias demonstrates in 9 short minutes precisely why the MSM is not to be trusted with providing objective reporting. Throughout the “interview,” Hannan remains composed in spite of Amanpour’s shameful mischaracterizion of his positions and insulting the British majority (52%) who voted in favor of leaving the EU. Further, Hannan admirably demonstrates how to effectively (and fiercely) push back when being smeared by a dishonest “journalist”.

(I was going to provide a blow-by-blow of the interview, but that would not do it justice. It must be watched in its instructive entirety.)

–Dana

96 Responses to “CNN’s Christiane Amanpour Reminds Viewers Why MSM Is Correctly Viewed With Disdain”

  1. This should be a mandatory how-to video for Conservative politicians the US.

    Dana (995455)

  2. She’s just embarrassing herself in this interview. To wit:

    1. They pick exactly three people to interview — out of the 16 million people to voted for Brexit — and try to pass them off as representative of how the pro-Brexit side is thinking. I’ll bet you anything we could find three ISIS-sympathizers who voted Remain (let alone the scores of communists and left-fascists); would we then be able to argue that they are representative of the anti-Brexit campaign?

    2. As Dana points out, she clearly saw this interview as an opportunity to harangue Hannan with all of the condescending left-wing talking points she has picked up from The Atlantic and The Guardian, not as an opportunity to find out what a leading pro-Brexit politician thinks might happen next. It’s no wonder that her tenure hosting that news show on ABC ended so horribly. When she described Boris Johnson as a “well-paid” columnist I wish Hannan had retorted, “he likely makes a fraction of what CNN pays you to shill for the Political/Academic/Media/Corporate establishment that has done so well in the hyper-regulated state.”

    3. Christine Amanpour is a great embodiment of what is wrong with modern journalism. She’s exotic, i.e. foreign-born and speaks English with an accent; she was college pals with John F. Kennedy, Jr., so she is dialed into the proper wealthy liberal cliques; she’s betrothed into the Washington establishment having married a former member of the Clinton Administration; and she is completely insufferable, pompous and vain.

    JVW (eabb2a)

  3. That’s the heart of the matter, JVW, Amanpour did not want viewers to hear about what comes next, especially not from a leader in the campaign. He was a convenient soap box from which to stand upon and shove words down his throat and make false accusations. In doing so, she actively worked to keep information from viewers. This is *not* the work of an honest journalist and CNN should fire her immediately. That is, if their reputation means anything to them. But I think we already know that answer…

    I wonder what Jake Tapper, CNN employee, thinks about this…

    Dana (995455)

  4. There is no such thing as an honest leftist. Brexit voters, just like white Christian male gun owners, are the Goldbergs of the contemporary left’s “2 minute hate” PC mind control.

    The DNC has officially added thoughtcrime as an issue in their evil party platform.

    The criminal Hillary cannot be allowed to become president, or the last gasping remnants of our constitutional republic will expire.

    Pete (9c5fdb)

  5. Amanpour has never been a person who “embarrasses easy”, so you can disabuse yourself of that notion right off. She’s a disgrace, always has been, always will be.

    Colonel Haiku (32652f)

  6. A burka would make her look better.

    mg (31009b)

  7. Here’s Christane Amanpour reporting on Athenos Fetta (YouTube).

    papertiger (c2d6da)

  8. That was no interview, it was an argument. And she lost.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  9. It reminds me somewhat of Jon Stewart’s interview of John Yoo. You’ve got an interviewer completely unprepared to discuss the topic at hand, because the interviewer “knows” all about the topic, but what they know just aint so.

    scrubone (c3104f)

  10. Amazing! Can you imagine either of our two previous candidates for the presidency maintaining such a thoughtful and disciplined response in the face of such a malicious and misleading attack?

    Neither can I. McCain would have been groveling, sputtering nonsense, and ultimately agreeing with the this horrid woman, and Romney would have blustered politely, but without any substantive rebuttal.

    One advantage of a parliamentary system is that those who wish to lead must first be capable of thinking on their feet and expressing themselves carefully.

    This should be a heads up for our presumptive nominee. Ambush interviews with anecdotal videos supporting a false narrative, a narrative based on statements by self-proclaimed supporters, are in the offing. Body slamming the interviewer is not advised.

    BobStewartatHome (a52abe)

  11. “One advantage of a parliamentary system is that those who wish to lead must first be capable of thinking on their feet and expressing themselves carefully.”

    As someone who comes from such a country, I present the following rebuttal.

    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

    scrubone (c3104f)

  12. If there were someone running, tested at being ambush journalismed, being attacked unfairly, thinking on their feet, cool under the spotlight…

    papertiger (c2d6da)

  13. Maybe even gave some back….

    Can you think of anybody?

    papertiger (c2d6da)

  14. Ted Cruz.

    DRJ (15874d)

  15. Graffiti is a hate crime? Name calling is a hate crime?

    Is this the same type of hate crime as a leftist claiming racial epithets where said to him as he was spit on by tea party members? Yet when money was offered for proof of such claims, none was provided.

    Or is this equivalent to the YouTube gay leftist that beat himself and declared it to be a hate crime by haters?

    Inquiring minds want to know.

    njrob (7b820b)

  16. Generally, spankings that thorough are billed by the hour. Well done, Mr. Hannan.

    M. Scott Eiland (3a0fd3)

  17. CNN’s female Anderson Cooper.

    Jim (98dd1a)

  18. A. Cooper would be a standard issue center right southern male if not for certain DNA. Ex. Bob Corker.

    urbanleftbehind (c8d261)

  19. This not an interview; this is an argument with your bitchy leftist sister-in-law on Thanksgiving.

    Patricia (5fc097)

  20. LOL can you imagine Donald Trump being interviewed by Amanpour? Trump can barely stand to be interviewed by a smart woman from Fox News, a hack network. Trump would suddenly be ill or have to give a fundraiser during the time he bravely turned his tail and fled from the interview.

    As soon as he was asked a tough question he would start talking about the sex of the interviewer. We’ve seen it before. We’ll see it in the debates if Trump is still running at that point.

    Dustin (ba94b2)

  21. amampour was the child of iranian emigres, who somehow found more sympathy with the regime, the media counterpart to trita parsi,

    narciso (732bc0)

  22. She is the most shameless, biased prostitute on TV today.

    Why does anyone listen to her?

    Why did this gentleman put up with her despicable, diatribe for 9 minutes is a tribute to his character. I would have stood up and walked out after about 2 minutes of her unfounded accusations!

    WarEagle82 (5bf75f)

  23. Trump can barely stand to be interviewed by a smart woman from Fox News, a hack network. Dustin.

    So FOX News is now a “hack network”? You really have joined the left, haven’t you? The one network that isn’t in the bag for the democrats, Obama and Hillary! and to you they’re a hack network. Wow. I guess you like those MSNBC types.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  24. They both sound better from a distance.

    I remember when Christiane was young. And much cuter.
    She helped build CNN the way Ted Turner wanted it built.
    Now she looks like Gold Meir after a Macy’s makeover.

    I liked Hannan’s comment that if people only got their information from CNN they’d believe the same BS she was spouting.

    nk (dbc370)

  25. Golda

    nk (dbc370)

  26. She’s a Muslim. I knew that the first time I ever saw her reporting on television because she was wearing the biggest cross necklace I’ve ever seen while reporting in favor of al Qaeda in the Balkans (KLA) against the Christian Serbs. That’s not typical CNN reporter dress code.

    Jcurtis (e262cf)

  27. She may have been on the side of the Albanians too, but mainly she was on the side of Bill Clinton who was Wagging The Lewinsky.

    nk (dbc370)

  28. Interviewers have all the advantages, they ask the questions, the questions set the tone, media professionals record the sessions, edit the videos, and present their version to the public. Once the interview itself is complete, subjects are powerless to influence how they’re portrayed. They’re sitting ducks, entirely at the mercy of media professionals who are often ruthless opponents.

    The only defense is to decline invitations from known bushwackers.

    ropelight (596f46)

  29. the first time I heard of her, she was badgering clinton to do something, ala rice and powers would do in libya, it wasn’t till the death of those three diplomats that something was done, in the interim, the saudis including future king salman had decided bosnia was his project to handle, and much of aQ’s starting lineup, including two of the hijackers became a part,

    narciso (732bc0)

  30. Christiane Amanpour is an apologist for Islamists. She’s also an apologist for Hillary and left wing authoritarian states.

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  31. Amanpour – Malaka

    mg (31009b)

  32. While the miserable CNN be*tch is demanding Hannan take responsibility for everything she
    imagines is remotely connected to Brexit, howzabout she take responsibility for all the
    death threats/assassination attempts against Trump.

    I despise Trump. But I despise Amanpour’s BS more.

    Gawd. I hate 2016. We are now into the Hillary/Trump phase of demanding which shark I would
    rather give me oral sex. A Mako, Great White, Hammerhead, a Tiger, or Bull.

    I’d really rather not give a shark any access to my Johnson, thank you.

    But this is my choice.

    Steve57 (ecac13)

  33. Trump/Ernst
    Castrating the pigs in Washington

    mg (31009b)

  34. rocket surgery being practiced here,

    https://twitter.com/TheAtlantic/status/748654641240477696

    narciso (732bc0)

  35. She on;y wants to make an attack on him – and she doesn’t care what the attack is.

    She was going to talk about what their plans are about immigration, buiut he says this vote wasn’t at all about that. She accuses him of backtracking on immigration. She says that that the whole campaign was run on immigration. She triesd to prove it with excerts from interviews. He said it was not a nativist vote. It’s not in his book, this has always been a global country.

    Then she tries to say there are hate crimes because of Brexit vote. He says it is outrageous taht’s theer’s alink between between bad behavior and this vote for more democracy.

    He says this vote was not about disassociating from Europe, but about getting beyond the Euro zone.

    Sammy Finkelman (643dcd)

  36. She says that that the whole campaign was run on immigration. She triesd to prove it with excerts from interviews.

    Interviews of exactly three people from the sixteen million who voted to Leave the EU. It’s as if she never heard the concept of sample size. It is so contemptibly awful that one can scarcely believe it made it on to the air. Dana is right: Amanpour and her producer should be immediately fired for such wretched journalism.

    JVW (eabb2a)

  37. I bitch and moan a great deal about the Academic/Media/Government/Corporate complex that tries to run roughshod over the rest of us. Let’s just take the first two of those, for example. According to her wikipedia entry, here are the universities that have presented Christiane Amanpour with an honorary degree or some other award:

    1997: Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree, Emory University
    2006: Honorary doctorate degree from the University of Michigan for her contributions to journalism
    2010: Honorary doctorate of humane letters degree, Northwestern University
    2010: Honorary doctorate from Georgia State University for her contributions to journalism
    2010: Honorary member of the graduating class of 2010 of Harvard College
    2011: Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Journalism from Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication [Arizona State University]
    2012: Honorary doctorate of humane letters, Amherst College
    2012: Honorary doctorate of humane letters, University of Southern California

    What a parade of unceasing bullshit.

    JVW (eabb2a)

  38. A cesspool of knowledge.

    mg (31009b)

  39. When Brexit happened a week ago Thursday, she was braying the same crap incessantly then too.

    jb (9badd6)

  40. “As soon as he was asked a tough question he would start talking about the sex of the interviewer. We’ve seen it before. We’ll see it in the debates if Trump is still running at that point.”

    Dustin (ba94b2) — 6/30/2016 @ 3:23 pm

    ======================================

    Dustin, there would never be a Venn diagram of Amanpour and a “tough question”. Just sayin’…

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  41. Thing is, I hadn’t heard of Christiane in ten years, at least. I don’t watch CNN. She really is frumpy in her old age.

    nk (dbc370)

  42. Speaking of Cruz, I thoroughly enjoyed the snippet of his questioning of Jeh Johnson re: scrubbing of all references to Islam, jihad, etc. from federal instructional documentation, which served to highlight the fey passive-aggressive incompetence that is at the heart of much of the Obama Administration.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  43. 36. 37. She’s right, but she’s wrong. She’s right. Brexit probably did win because of immigration – the 3 people can’t prove anything, of course, but there are polls. The point is right, although by itself, it’s no proof at all, just an illustration, and Hannen doesn’t argue against that,

    But she’s wrong. Boris Johnson and some of the leaders of LEAVE campaign were not arguing against immigration, and that’s not what he wants. He wants British legislative and judicial supremacy in Britain.

    Daniel Hannan says Brexit won by only a small margin, and lost in 2 of the 4 component parts opf the United Kingdom (Scotland and Wales) so they have to pay attention to what the 48% want. /I think he thinks that gives them a perfect reason not to do too much.

    Christiane Amanpour wants to either argue that they want to restrict immigration and that’s amaybe both a terrible thing and, if he says no it isn’t, to then argue that attempting to gain restrictions on EU immigration would make it impossible for Britain to reach an agreement with the EU since free movement within the EU is one principle they don’t want to give sway.

    And when Hannen says no they are not after that, she wants to argue he’s betraying the LEAVE voters, and he won’t budge and he says he’s not, he and the LEAVE campaign never was for that.

    Hannen says the only thing he would have wanted Cameron to do now was appoint a proponent of LEAVE to negotiate, but otherwise the way things are going is fine.

    I can tell you what Boris Johnson is going to go for: Freedom from EU legislation and from EU courts. He’s not looking for restriction on EU immigration (although David Canmeron was promising that and couldn’t deliver and that’s part of the reason REMAIN lost)

    Boris Johnson is going for the Brexit he wanted, and not the one that maybe a large number of the Brexit voters expected, but you can certainly say that when you add together the REMAIN people and the people who voted for LEAVE but not for this purpose, you have amajority.

    BTW, Cameron is really trying to get the British Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to quit even though it would be good for Conservative Party for him to stay there as leader. But it’s not good for Britain, he says. That’s like a Democratic leader begging the Republican Party to nominate somebody better than Donald Trump.

    Sammy Finkelman (c41e9f)

  44. 42.Thing is, I hadn’t heard of Christiane in ten years, at least. I don’t watch CNN. She really is frumpy in her old age.
    nk (dbc370) — 6/30/2016 @ 5:17 pm

    Funny, I haven’t either. I just don’t watch the channels and shows she would be on. But she still looks like a fat farsi and talks like she has a mouth full of sour balls.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  45. I’m sure she cried crocodile tears over the likes of him as well.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3667783/Was-one-armed-Chechen-warlord-Istanbul-airport-attack-Bearded-terror-mastermind-fled-Russia-12-years-ago-settling-Turkey-ISIS-recruiter-security-services-say.html

    it seems you can’t deport even wanted terrorists out of the eu, even with cause,

    narciso (732bc0)

  46. “She says that that the whole campaign was run on immigration. She triesd to prove it with excerts from interviews.”

    Even if it were run on immigration, what on Earth would be wrong with that? The British Isles are a small place, and they are already stuffed to the gills with people, with hordes of savages trying to break in at every moment. It’s like a damn zombie movie. Moreover, the people trying to break in any way they can are manifestly not British, not sympathetic to British ideals, have no racial, ethnic, linguistic, religious or political qualities in common with the British, are frequently manifestly hostile to Britain, and are layabouts, parasites and criminals.

    The Brexit voters should proudly proclaim that YES, it was precisely about immigration, give their reasons, and tell the leftards to p!ss off back to Crapistan.

    hunson abedeer (80144e)

  47. Those darn Caucasians, always making trouble.

    Daily Fail, lol. They can’t even distinguish between Kurdistan (which does not exist) and Kyrgyzstan which is where the third terrorist was from.

    And no country in the world will return a certified refugee to the country he escaped persecution from. That’s what refugee means. Leaving aside the fact that Russia itself does not honor extradition requests (as we saw with Snowden).

    nk (dbc370)

  48. Her entire purpose was to make Hannan call the people of Britain who don’t want an Islamic sharia majority “racists”. He obliged her. Her mission wasn’t at all to paint Hannan as a racist, it was pretty much the opposite. He is worthless now and should probably retire and not add his voice to national matters anymore.

    jcurtis (e262cf)

  49. tell that to elian gonzalez, chataev who the treasury glommed on to last year,

    narciso (732bc0)

  50. At the end of the day, the Brits will waste their restrictionist juices against the second world Europeans (Poles more so than Muslims bore the brunt of the few incidents reported), more out of deferential fear of the jihadi. Maybe its the Chicago in me, but if you could replace a million Mexicans here with the soon to be kicked out Poles, many of us would break out the sails, buy the airfare and clear the old clothes out of the guest room.

    urbanleftbehind (847a06)

  51. Her entire purpose was to make Hannan call the people of Britain who don’t want an Islamic sharia majority “racists”. He obliged her. Her mission wasn’t at all to paint Hannan as a racist, it was pretty much the opposite. He is worthless now and should probably retire and not add his voice to national matters anymore.

    Did you watch a version of that video that was translated into Albanian and then into Tuvaluan and then back into English? I can’t possibly figure out how you came up with that assertion. Or maybe a nine-minute video exceeds your attention span.

    JVW (eabb2a)

  52. The UK at last count was 87% white, 7% “Asian”, 3% black, and the remainder “other” or “mixed”.

    As for religion:

    In the 2001 census 71.6% of all respondents indicated that they were Christians, with the next largest faiths (by number of adherents) being Islam (2.8%), Hinduism (1.0%), Sikhism (0.6%), Judaism (0.5%), Buddhism (0.3%) and all other religions (0.3%). 15% of respondents stated that they had no religion, with a further 7% not stating a religious preference.

    I would attribute the perceived prominence of Muslims to Labor and other leftists who cannot distinguish between egalitarianism and tolerance versus oikophobia (self-hatred). Media jackassery like Christiane’s doesn’t help either.

    nk (dbc370)

  53. Amanpour has been doing this the whole campaign, clearly not realizing how she loses votes for her side with every word. She is the type of person that everyone fears will be on their side — loud, opinionated, tone-deaf in the extreme, and WILL NOT SHUT UP.

    Kevin M (25bbee)

  54. well she took this week on a kamikazi dive, that it took some time to recover, if it really ever has.

    narciso (732bc0)

  55. At the end of the day, the Brits will waste their restrictionist juices against the second world Europeans (Poles more so than Muslims bore the brunt of the few incidents reported), more out of deferential fear of the jihadi. Maybe its the Chicago in me, but if you could replace a million Mexicans here with the soon to be kicked out Poles, many of us would break out the sails, buy the airfare and clear the old clothes out of the guest room.

    I have a little bit of perspective on that because I have a friend who lives in London and I can tell you that their issues with Poles (and Estonians and Bulgarians and the rest) are very similar to the problems that many here have with immigrants from Mexico and Central America. Namely, the local schools now have to devote an inordinate amount of their budget to teach English as a Second Language classes which is diverting resources away from other valuable programs; the parents are disappearing with the kids to go back to the “old country” for extended periods of time which sets back the education of the children; the kids (especially the young men) then turn 18 and aren’t yet educated enough for trade school or college, so they find themselves in dead-end jobs or on the dole; and the unemployed ones end up hanging around the neighborhood getting drunk at bars, harassing women in the streets, and engaging in petty crime. It may seem romantic to say that we wish we had more Lithuanians or Romanians than Mexicans or Guatemalans, but I think we would come to see the same problems exist.

    JVW (eabb2a)

  56. and to you they’re a hack network. Wow. I guess you like those MSNBC types.

    What is it with you, Hoagie? If people aren’t for the GOP nominee-apparent, despite his manifest faults, they gotta be commies? If they think that Fox is a hack network for employing dumbass hacks like Hannity and O’Reilly, they must be pining for Castro?

    Kevin M (25bbee)

  57. I’d really rather not give a shark any access to my Johnson, thank you.

    Every year I understand Samuel K Doe a little bit better.

    Kevin M (25bbee)

  58. dobbs and varney and payne do a better job, you can skip kennedy, some strange real world hybrid that didn’t gell,

    narciso (732bc0)

  59. What is it with you, Hoagie? If people aren’t for the GOP nominee-apparent, despite his manifest faults, they gotta be commies?

    Kevin M, I realize that you ponder over “the GOP nominee-apparent” as you put it, on a constant basis. My statement about FOX neither mentioned him nor referred to him in any way. I don’t understand how defending FOX from being called a “hack network” has anything to do with the GOP nominee. And I see you don’t like “dumbass hacks like Hannity and O’Reilly” either. That’s fine. I also didn’t mention them. You are awful touchy.

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  60. Fox is bad. CNN, ABC, NBC, and CBS are wretched. MSNBC is contemptible. PBS doesn’t even register, since its viewership is down to three college professors and a handful of retired bureaucrats.

    JVW (eabb2a)

  61. I think the alien ants are everywhere,

    http://spectator.org/crow-servings-for-chuck-todd-and-friends/

    narciso (732bc0)

  62. Let me get this straight. CNN, ABC, NBC,CBS and MSNBC are either wretched or contemptible and PBS doesn’t even register why is FOX bad or a “hack network”? It’s the best out there. Nothing is perfect. Why is it with conservatives and/or Republicans lately that if something is not 100% pure it goes out with the bath water? Can’t any of you guys say anything good about anything any more? Has it become a sign of weakness to say something positive?

    Rev. Hoagie® (0f4ef6)

  63. well when the waste time with democratic hacks like jehmu greene or mark hannah or other idiots of that vein, when they soft pedal issues, in place of the intermin…long horse race, therein lies the problem.

    narciso (732bc0)

  64. Can’t any of you guys say anything good about anything any more?

    Megyn Kelly looks great in a short skirt and heels, and I love the way she bats her eyelashes. Makes me want to sing Ochi Chernye.

    nk (dbc370)

  65. I don’t the short hair works for her, though,

    https://twitter.com/KerryPicket/status/748688724163174400

    narciso (732bc0)

  66. I agree. It makes her look like Aunt Peg. (If you don’t already know who Aunt Peg is, I will not be the one to corrupt you.)

    nk (dbc370)

  67. The stupid liberal pro (yes, I mean that in the “lady of the evening” sense) stands NO chance against Hannan.

    I noticed him when he gave the below speech favoring the Brexit.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6YNcF3h3NgQ

    Awesome.

    If the man was an American, he’d already be PotUS,having destroyed the opposition every time they opened their mouths.

    IGotBupkis, "Si tacuisses, philosophus mansisses." (225d0d)

  68. nk (dbc370) — 6/30/2016 @ 8:52 pm

    I once dated a woman with a wooden leg named Peg. No, I don’t know what her other leg was named.

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  69. I always say there’s nothing like a good joke. And that was nothing like a good joke.

    nk (dbc370)

  70. I know you don’t like comic book movies,

    http://xdesktopwallpapers.com/images/hayley-atwell/

    but I had to get the disturbing image out of my head,

    narciso (732bc0)

  71. #65 Rev Hoagie,

    C’mon, man, Calvin Coolidge was a RINO. (LOL)

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  72. I have seen this before.

    AZ Bob (d6a3a9)

  73. nk — in terms of population percentages, what matters is not the net total in the “last count,” but the percentage of each cohort which is under the age of 30 — viz., of prime breeding age or future prime breeding age. Check the fertility rates and do, as they say, the math.

    There are other factors to consider as well, such as cultural and religious erosion, deterioration of public spirit and general morale, ability to innovate, factors relevant to healthy family formation, &c. &c. Mass third world immigration helps with precisely none of these, and is a clear detriment to most.

    hunson abedeer (80144e)

  74. nk (dbc370) — 6/30/2016 @ 9:03 pm

    I can see this will be a night of classics.

    narciso (732bc0) — 6/30/2016 @ 9:04 pm

    There are things you can’t un-see – fortunately I didn’t click on that link.

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  75. hunson abedeer (80144e) — 6/30/2016 @ 9:35 pm

    Do your parents know that you are using their computer?

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  76. no, it’s peggy carter from the captain america films and series, all too abruptly cancelled,
    and nk says phillip kerr disgusts him,

    narciso (732bc0)

  77. nk is right. If you need a clue, “cunsult” happyfeet.

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  78. Supercalifragilisticexpialidocius, felipe.

    nk (dbc370)

  79. nk (dbc370) — 6/30/2016 @ 8:47 pm

    Not to be confused with the “Song of the Volga boatmen”

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  80. Orthochlorobenzylmanonitryle, nk.

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  81. Dammit, I misspelled that! You win.

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  82. I typed too fast. “orthochlorobenzalmalononitrile”

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  83. Anyway, Feed the trolls, two pence a bag.

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  84. Antidisestablishmentarianism.

    But I thought you know that the “wooden leg” joke and the “nothing like a good joke” joke were from the same scene (with Uncle Albert) in Mary Poppins.

    nk (dbc370)

  85. The shortest sentence in the English language is “I am”.
    The longest is “I do”.

    nk (dbc370)

  86. I do.”

    That’s what Hillary intends to say next January when asked by Chief Justice Roberts if she swears to uphold the Constitution to the best of her ability.

    Cruz Supporter (102c9a)

  87. nk (dbc370) — 6/30/2016 @ 10:30 pm
    Yes, I did. We both knew it. I even “forewent” the classic antidis… response.

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  88. but thanks for ruining the “ride.”

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  89. I kid, nk, I kid!

    felipe (6bb3ce)

  90. This is MORE than TELLING. This EXPOSES LIB/MARXIST MEDIA bias for what it is. Amanpour’s problem is not that SHE HAD NO EVIDENCE, QUOTES nor TALKING POINTS in the clutch of PAPERS she held. Amanpour had a PERSONAL BIAS and NARATIVE, and when she BLUNDERED, STUMBLED and tried to force her SQUARE PEG into a ROUND HOLE. Hannan HAD NONE OF IT. So like DAN RATHER, she went FORWARD with her BIASED, RIDICULOUS and UN-SUPPORTED OPINION. No shame. None at all. This wasn’t an INTERVIEW, it was a SET UP and it was an EPIC FAIL.

    This is WHO the MFM is. Cristian Amanpour IS NOT A JOURNALIST, she is a LEFTIST SHILL.

    GUS (30b6bd)

  91. “Do your parents know that you are using their computer?”

    If you can refute, felipe, by all means do so. If you can’t (and you can’t), then at least please come up with less tedious insults.

    Have– a– nothernutterbutterpeanutbuttersandwichcooookie.

    hunson abedeer (80144e)

  92. For the guys who like the loud mouthed gals with the ruddy, swarthy complexions…

    Bad Time Sign To Be In Love

    He’s in love with the girl that he’s reading about
    He’s in love with the girl he can’t live without
    He’s in love but he’s sure that it’s a bad sign
    To be in love
    To be in love

    Well, let her run her mouth up on the screen
    He don’t want to know about it
    There’s too many others that know what I mean
    And that’s why he got to live without it

    He’s in love with the girl he’s reading about
    He’s in love with the girl he can’t live without
    He’s in love and he’d like to be wearin’ it out
    He’s in love but he’s sure that it’s a bad sign to be in love
    A bad sign to be in love
    A bad sign to be in love
    A bad sign to be in love

    All the stories coming back to him
    From his friends and the people he don’t want to see
    The things they say he knows just couldn’t be true
    Yeah you could say that he hasn’t a clue

    ‘Cause he still loves the swarthy girl he’s talking about
    He’s in love with the girl he can’t live without
    He’s in love and he’d like to be wearin’ it out
    He’s in love but he’s sure that it’s a bad sign to be in love
    A bad sign to be in love
    A bad sign to be in love
    A bad sign to be in love

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  93. Megyn Kelly thankfully avoided being typecast as an assistant D.A. in Law and Order. Had they did a 2 year hiatus in the mid 00s after Orbachs death and then went with the Sisto-Anderson-DelaGarza lineup as a reboot, they still be on the air.

    If Trump is our Farage, who is our good cop Hannan?

    urbanleftbehind (c8d261)


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