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Saturday, January 22, 2022

Reporter whines Republican won't talk to him

Greg Bluestein is a political reporter who covers the governor's office and state politics for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Herschel Walker, a Republican running for the Senate won't talk to the hostile press.

Bluestein complained in a 925-word piece -- and proceeded to prove Walker's point.

The piece -- "Walker has limited public campaign stops, but he’s profited from private events" -- began, "Herschel Walker has spurned press conferences, avoided media interviews and held only a handful of public events since launching his U.S. Senate campaign. But he’s kept a busy slate of lucrative paid speaking engagements behind closed doors even after he entered the race.

"An Atlanta Journal-Constitution review of his personal financial disclosure showed the former football star collected $415,000 for paid speeches between July 2020 and December 2021, including about $172,000 from six appearances since he announced his campaign in August."

Good for Walker.

I like that he won't talk to the press, and I like that he continues to earn his keep.

He is doing what Biden did without the basement and fake rallies talking to parked cars. He cannot and should not trust the press because it tries to trash any and all Republicans.

Bluestein proved this by zeroing on a mistake Walker made on a radio show. He called a congressman a *gasp* senator.

Bluestein wrote, "Democrats see a calculated effort to avoid telling Georgians his positions while trying to skirt more embarrassing gaffes. In one recent interview with a conservative radio host, Walker called the late John Lewis, a longtime U.S. House member, a senator and mischaracterized his position on voting rights."

He did not mention the name of the radio host and he did not show readers what the mischaracterization was. The title mistake and the alleged mischaracterization were the only things he reported from the show. Walker's positions on anything else discussed on that radio show did not interest Bluestein because his was not an attempt to inform the public about Walker. It was a hit piece that should have been headlines, "He won't talk to meeee!"

As I said, good for Walker.

Republicans must learn the Lesson of Trump, and that is to treat the press like the nobodies they are. As president, Donald Trump made himself available to reporters and even gave exclusive interviews to the New York Times.

And what did this get him?

40% approval and lies about Russian Collusion.

There is no need to bash the press. They are not worth a Republican's time. Salesmen don't waste their time on dead ends.

And now, Miss Bonnie Raitt.

39 comments:

  1. Maybe we should send Greg Bluestein a baggie of sand with a note, “Sand for Pounding. Also feel free to scream at the sky.” His newspaper’s address Is:
    Atlanta Urinal-Constipation
    219 Perimeter Center Pkwy NE
    Atlanta, GA 30346

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  2. Can we please stop referring to these clowns as reporters? They are political activists!

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  3. Where was this big shot reporter when Obama proudly proclaimed "And I've visited all 51 states" while campaigning in 2008????? I rest my case.

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    1. No, Jeffery, 60.

      57, one more, and they wouldn't let him visit AK and HI.

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    2. PS He clearly meant 47. It was a Friday and he was beat.

      I cut him a little slack on that one.

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    3. Suck it up, Buttercup.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMGq4LNCxQQ

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    4. P.S. Shit Stain 1.0 gets no slack.

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    5. "PS He clearly meant 47"...Now you know the inner thoughts of Obumble??? Jeffrey, you are a fool. Thanks for calling out this freakin Moron lyn5!!! Stay with posting opinion and stay away from comments. When you comment, you show who the true edouchebag is...Go eat a big...Dick doesn't like you...Don, hit that button!!!

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    6. "I cut him a little slack on that one."

      He merits as much slack as *anyone* in the pig press ever gave Trump. Fail.

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    7. Where was this reporter (Obama cheerleader) when Joe the Plumber was the only one with enough balls to ask Obama about spreading the wealth? It works both ways bud.

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  4. MAH BOY, Big D!! Best song off Luck Of The Draw.

    Well, God Himself called the Jews a “stiff necked people” (Exodus 32:9). I don’t argue with God. At least I TRY not to.

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    1. And those stiff necks have served Israel very well over the years.

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  5. Bluestain is hurt. Too darn bad, you deserve the ridicule you and you buddies in the MSM get.

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  6. The CriminalLiberalNewsMedia/DemCong Propaganda Bureau will only misquote Mr. Walker and lie about his actions. Bluestein reaps what he has sown.

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  7. Did you see this newsie's response to FJB's presser?

    Brian J. Karem @BrianKarem
    That was nearly two hours of POTUS.
    He answered each question cogently and to the best of his ability.
    He called on more than 20 different reporters.
    He never once attacked us.
    He never once avoided a question.
    He never once tried to belittle us.
    He stayed on point.
    -30-

    https://twitter.com/BrianKarem/status/1483947717219041287

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    1. This comment has been removed by the author.

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    2. Karem is still cleaning his mouth after kissing Xiden’s ass.

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    3. LOL. I doubt it ever will be clean. Poor thing.

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    4. "He answered each question cogently and to the best of his ability."

      That statement in itself speaks volumes.

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  8. Liberal “Reporters” are whine connoisseurs.

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  9. Bruce Hornsby steals the show in this tune. Great use of a break up song!

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  10. Unless you can troll them like Trump, you're best off not talking.

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  11. FWIW, I'll repeat my advice to all conservative candidates and officeholders on this stuff.

    Treat any "interview" (particularly by a so-called "MSM" person or org) NOT as interview but as a deposition. You'd be surprised how unpopular trash interviews by trash reporters would become if our people would learn this (and study advice on how to handle a deposition).

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    1. On that count, a copy of this should be distributed to every GOP candidate and officeholder.

      https://www.amazon.com/Surviving-Your-Deposition-Trade-Cover/dp/0764326813/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=surviving+your+deposition&qid=1642895814&sr=8-1

      Just read the description and you'll see that the pitfalls of a deposition should sound familiar...

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    2. I survived a deposition myself over my step-mother's estate. As it turns out, she was duped by a gangster into leaving 1/3 to him and I had to take action to limit the damage. (He is currently serving life in a Federal prison.)

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    3. I survived a Deposition by the NTSB they were playing their usual "Hang the crew." game.

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  12. Good job Herschel. You have more voters behind you than you realize. This putz means nothing to us. Keep up the good work.

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