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Friday, December 16, 2016

Newsweek journalist loses it

Kurt Eichenwald of Newsweek went at it with Tucker Carlson on Fox News last night. Carlson tucked him by pointing out the obscenities Eichenwald hurled at Trump and Trump supporters on Twitter.



The bit was posted on Twitter.



After that TV show, Eichenwald went weird -- accusing President Trump of drug abuse. He posted tweet after tweet -- later deleting them, perhaps to keep his job. I didn't screen save them, but readers can see what he wrote.
If you have to tell people it is not a rant, it is.

He continued.

I read that and asked myself: What is Eichenwald on? I figured he would delete the tweets and he did.

Of course Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit and others screen saved them. I figured, why bother?

If I were Kurt Eichenwald, I would go see a specialist (we all need help from time to time) and take the rest of the year off. His tweets read as if it were a homeless woman talking to her twelve cats.

Many liberals and journalists should. They became too invested in Hillary, a woman who frankly could not give a shit about them or this country.

Journalists, here is the rule:
If you would not publish or broadcast it, do not tweet it.
Why? Because a tweetstorm like this counts the same as publishing or broadcasting it.

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16 comments:

  1. Tucker is doing sick burns on clueless Progs right now. Bravo, Mr. Carlson! You called him from the beginning, Big D. Nice job.

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  2. According to Vox Day SJW's always lie, double down and project. Looks like we have a classic response reflex here.
    You're right. He needs help. Probably already on meds for something and they're out of whack, plus he's subsituted something for a prescription that he shouldn't be on. Have seen this in two doctors now. One decided that pot was a good substitute for his bipolar meds. I live in a liberal town and just about everybody knows this. He was required to do inpatient rehab allowed to go back to work and people still go to him, despite the fact that he still has delusions that he will talk about freely in conversation. It's almost like talking to a paranoid schizophrenic. Eichenwald sees his own problems and projects them onto a teetotaller who won't even drink coffee. We recently saw this behavior in a commenter on this blog who insisted that Trump was a coke-head. He more likely has something he uses to get himself through the day. That's the projection.
    Oh, and the doc I mentioned is s surgeon, to boot. That's how sick this town is.
    Compare the treatment of him with me: the first committee meeting I went to in our local hospital, a dermatologistwas singled out for praise because he'd helped pass a law whereby teenagers had to get written permission to use a tanning bed. I said I thought it was funny that the same girl who had to get written permission to get a tan could go to planned parenthood and get an abortion without even telling them. They all looked at me like I was some kind of nut.

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    1. Hahaha! Another home run from The Doc. "I was told that he had been institutionalized." Well, Kurt, I was once told that the moon is made of green cheese. Then, Neil Armstrong put the kibosh to that nonsense. These Libs are in flat out Crazy mode right now. Non compos mentis. Avoid them if you possibly can.

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    2. On the DNC menu, the SJW is the "meat" in the Merde Sandwich.

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  4. The clown made a statements of fact about Trump being institutionalized and that he himself had obtained medical records from Trump's MD. He realized he could not prove the first slander and that the second involved committing a federal offense. To me this is another example of freak show exhibitionism for which he probably expects to be promoted.

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  5. The implosion of the journalistic left is proving to be quite entertaining. I feel sorry for them and everybody who takes the insane paranoia seriously -- which includes family and friends, unfortunately.

    We need a better class of leaders, in Washington and in the media and academia, and let's hope and pray that Trump is the beginning of exactly that kind of revolution.

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  6. Classic Uncle Saul, throw every lie you can out there and hope something will stick.

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    1. He seems to be a CIA stooge/asset. But then so does Newsweek. Since it was sold for $1 back when it makes you wonder if it is a zombie magazine to act as CIA asset when needed.
      Elliott

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  7. His Wikipedia says he had a concussion in college (more likely closed head injury more serious than a concussion) that resulted in severe epilepsy. His college even kicked him out (medical issues I'm sure but maybe he could not do the academic work either) but fought it and won. With these kind of head injuries the issues get worse often with age. He is crazy no doubt but it appears the CIA is using him shamelessly to undercut the president elect and this must stop. The guy is a mess. His family needs to put a stop to this but they probably need him making an income so they justify his making a fool of himself. And he can't seem to dial it back. He is OFF or he is ON. I think Newsweek will have to cut him loose. He is a hazard to himself and now the president elect.
    Elliott

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  8. "NEWSWEEK" senior writer... Need more be said?

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  9. My manners tell me that this meltdown is sad, as it is watching a man self-destruct, literally going to pieces mentally.

    But screw the manners, this is hilarious! Moar meltdown, this time with CIA cheese on top! With any luck this insanity will spread, and liberals everywhere will start gibbering in the streets! There will be calls to re-open the mental institutions that never should have been closed!

    Best of all, Trump in his golden tower will look down upon these losers and LAUGH! And we'll all join in, just as I'm doing right now! LOL!

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  10. Trump Derangement Syndrome is far far worse than Bush Derangement Syndrome. And Trump hasn't even taken office yet! Just think what it will be like after he is inaugurated.

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  11. Eichenwald wrote a very good book called "The Informant" about a mentally ill man who outed the corruption at Archer, Daniels Midland after getting caught stealing from them. Not sure how much was fictionalized but enjoyed the read.

    It appears that Mr. Eichenwald's subject in "The Informant" had a disease that was communicable.

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  12. Tucker was the perfect person to interview this deranged journalist. The arched eyebrows were perfect.

    Although to be honest, he destroyed himself and all any real interviewer had to do was sit back and watch him implode.

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