Daily Archives: June 3, 2018

COST OF FAKE NEWS: CNN ratings plunge 25% in a year


Hank Berrien reports for The Daily Wire, June 1, 2018, that May was a disastrous month for CNN’s primetime schedule, compared to 2017, ranking behind Fox and MSNBC.

According to Adweek, compared to the same period last year:

  • CNN’s total primetime viewers plunged 25%. Prime time is the period TV news advertisers traditionally look at when determining their ad spending.
  • CNN’s total day viewers dropped 20%.

Tom Blumer of Newsbusters observed:

Clearly, it seems that obsessing over Stormy Daniels, having over 147 interviews with her lawyer, constantly going after President Donald Trump as an idiot and a racist, highlighting Jim Acosta’s loutish behaviorgiving an open mic to gun-controllers . . . is not a winning formula.

In contrast, Forbes points out that Fox News is flourishing:

Fox News Channel has now beaten every other network in basic cable for 23 months straight, based on total day ratings, with an average total day audience in May of 1.4 million viewers. In prime time, Fox News destroyed its competition, with an average total audience of 2.381 million viewers, compared to MSNBC’s 1.384 million and CNN’s 835,000.

I’m actually astounded that there are people who still watch CNN, given its track record of fake news and obvious political bias.



Mainstream Media Denies Existence of Deep State, Despite Overwhelming Evidence


On 23 May 2018 Politico featured a story, “Pompeo: No ‘deep state’ at State or CIA,”[1] in which the Secretary of State, a few months ago and ever so briefly the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (D/CIA), is quoted as being dismissive of the term “deep state,” and its applicability to the CIA or the Department of State. The author of the article, Louis Nelson, says this, not as a quote from Pompeo:

While there have been instances of career employees and officials caught at odds with the administration, there has been no proof of a systematic conspiracy to undermine the president.

I am reminded of the epic falsehood (richly deserving of a federal lawsuit) by The Daily Beast, which stated, in media hit piece against my colleague David Seaman of Pizzagate fame,

On March 25, a group of protesters will gather at Lafayette Square in front of the White House and demand an investigation into a nonexistent global satanic child-sex-trafficking operation.[2]

In as much as I am not only a former spy, but also a Commissioner and Chief Counselor for the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse, and easily able to testify, with many witnesses and documentation, that the global satanic child sex trafficking (and torture and murder and body parts and blood harvesting) operation is very real, I find Mike Pompeo statement as insanely wrong as that of The Daily Beast.

Is the Deep State also non-existent? Politico, barely one step up the ladder of evolution from The Daily Beast, would have us think so.



Walmart Wants Shoplifters To Spend 12 Years In Jail

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It was late afternoon on 26 December 2016 – the day after Christmas, a day when most stores are busy processing the returns for unwanted gifts – when Curtis Lawson entered a Walmart in Knoxville, Tennessee. He had a receipt for $39.57 in purchases made earlier that month.

He needed cash. He walked through the store, picking up the same items he had purchased previously – dishwasher detergent, Oral-B refills, and a pair of girl’s jeggings – and put them in a shopping bag. He brought them to the register, returned the items using his receipt, and received $39.57 in cash. Lawson had committed what is known as “return fraud” – pretending to return items that you didn’t buy.

When Lawson walked into the Walmart empty-handed, Walmart loss prevention officer Robert McAuley decided he looked suspicious and watched him on the security cameras.

He watched Lawson pick up the clothes and return them at the customer service desk. McAuley immediately detained Lawson, who admitted right away that he had stolen the items, and Lawson was eventually charged with shoplifting and criminal trespass. What came next was a startling encounter with a local criminal justice system heavily influenced by a big box retailer’s desire to reduce shoplifting and a prosecutor’s penchant for punishing those who are more unlucky than dangerous.

Lawson had at least three outstanding warrants, most of which were related to traffic violations, including a DUI. Lawson’s attorneys admitted that Lawson had a drug addiction and sometimes shoplifted to support his habit, but noted that he had never been accused of being a threat to anyone’s safety.

Because of the outstanding warrants, his bail was set at $2,500 total, and he was immediately taken to jail. On 9 January, a warrant was issued for Lawson that escalated his shoplifting charge to a felony because, according to the arrest affidavit, Lawson was not allowed to be inside Walmart at all. Therefore his return fraud was a burglary – a felony punishable by up to 12 years of prison. His bail was jacked up to $5,000.

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