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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Before Ahmad gets the Rolling Stone cover we need to know: Does First America Fried Chicken serve free-range chicken? We're told the election is a "battle of narratives." How do you win a battle of narratives if you can't even call the terrorists what they call themselves? Howie Carr, Boston Herald

9/20/16, "Carr: Blame game a tired moonbat act," Boston Herald, Howie Carr 

"The more they try to blame everything on Donald Trump, or at least deflect the pointing finger away from themselves, the more incoherent they sound, and the more this whole fight is up for grabs.

And you know who “they” are — Hillary, Obama, their assorted allies and, of course, their lapdogs in the mass media. 

Let’s start with Hillary yesterday. Forget the fact that she apparently only takes questions now from female reporters. Here is the latest statement of her bona fides: 

I’m the only candidate in this race who has been part of the hard decisions to take terrorists off the battleground.”

Yes, and bring them to our neighborhoods. But beyond Hillary’s inspired plan to import 550 percent more unvetted “Syrians” into the U.S., how exactly is it a “hard decision” to take terrorists off the battleground? 

Did the armed cop in the mall in St. Cloud, Minn., have to make a “hard decision” about whether to shoot the Somali savage who was charging him with a bloody knife shouting “Allahu akbar?

Next, the mayor of New York. You have to get up pretty early in the morning to out-PC Bill de Blasio: 

“We know that this was a bombing. That much we do know. We know it was a very serious incident.”

May we quote you on that, mayor?

“The early indications are, this was an intentional act. … We believe at this point in time this was an intentional act.”

In other words, the NYPD bomb squad ruled out spontaneous combustion as a cause.

The White House line yesterday from Josh “Not So” Earnest is that this is a “battle of narratives.”

I always say, never bring a narrative to a gunfight, or even worse, a bomb fight. But let’s take his Baghdad Bob statement at face value. 

How do you win a battle of narratives if you can’t even bring yourself to call the terrorists what they call themselves?

In his grudging statement, Obama didn’t even call the New York and New Jersey bombs terrorism, and he of course eschewed the “I” word — Islamic.

Instead he wants to “enlist tech companies and religious leaders.

Wow. Silicon Valley — fix bayonets! And religious leaders. What did Joseph Stalin say on that subject — “How many divisions does the Pope have?”

Finally, let’s go over the timeline of the candidates’ comments about the weekend’s Muslim terrorism.

Hillary: "I’ve been briefed about the bombings in New York…”

Trump: “Just before I got off the plane a bomb went off in New York

Outraged (female) reporter soon thereafter to Hillary: “Do you have any reaction to the fact that Donald Trump immediately upon taking the stage tonight called the explosion in New York a bomb?

Um, number one, it was a bomb. Number two, they said the same thing. But apparently it’s only an outrage when Trump says it.

All I want to know is, does First America Fried Chicken serve free-range chicken?

That’s the PC question du jour for the moonbats now, isn’t it?

No free-range chickens, no cover of Rolling Stone for Ahmad."

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Among comments at Free Rep.

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They believe it's only "the narrative" that has to be won:

"To: Brad from Tennessee 

Thinking that she can rally people against guns and they won't notice what a hypocrite she is surrounding her own-self by guns and when Trump called her out, she can misquote and change the narrative to a threat of violence just shows how out of touch her campaign is. They believe that it's only the narrative that has to be won and not the actual truth or setting an example as a leader by actual deeds, so she speaks to the narrative...

5 posted on 9/20/2016, 3:18:52 AM by seastay"





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