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Posted by Katelyn Caralle

Daytime talk show host Ellen DeGeneres said she would not have President Donald Trump as a guest on her show because she feels he is "dangerous" to the country and the world.

DeGeneres was speaking to her guest, NBC commentator Megyn Kelly, about Kelly's new morning show. The talk show host asked the former Fox News anchor whether she would consider having Trump on "Megyn Kelly Today," which airs Monday.

"Definitely," Kelly responded. "I mean, I would not say no to the sitting president of the United States."

Kelly posed the same question back to DeGeneres.

"I would not have him on my show," she replied without hesitation. "You know, he is who he is, and he has enough attention, and he has his Twitter account and he has ways to get his message across… and I don’t want to give him a platform because it just validates him."

DeGeneres said she only invites people on the show who she feels some sort of admiration for. The talk show host also said she feels he is dangerous for her "personally as a gay woman," and for the country and world at large.

"He is dividing all of us, and I think, I just don’t want him on the show," she added.

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Posted by Andrew Kugle

Nine months into President Donald Trump's first term, some liberals believe the president could be removed from office, and there is a chance Hillary Clinton could still become president.

In a recent interview with NPR, Clinton herself raised the possibility of challenging the legitimacy of the 2016 election depending on the results of the investigation into Russia's interference in the election.

"Would you completely rule out questioning the legitimacy of this election if we learn that the Russian interference in the election is even deeper than we know now?" NPR's Terry Gross asked.

"No. I would not. I would say—" Clinton began.

"You're not going to rule it out," Gross interjected.

"No, I wouldn't rule that out," Clinton said.

The next day Clinton disappointed her supporters and said she is not contesting the election.

"That's right … Nobody's talking about contesting the election, including me," Clinton said, to some groans in the audience. "There is no mechanism."

That didn't stop actor Carl Reiner from believing Clinton could one day replace Trump as the commander-in-chief. He tweeted early Wednesday morning about his excitement that the election could be invalidated, and Clinton could be installed as president.

This isn't the first time liberals have believed in the possibility of Clinton becoming president.

Days after the elections, several publishers promoted the idea that Clinton could still win the election by having the electors in the Electoral College vote for Clinton despite the majority of residents in those states voting for Trump. A Change.org petition soon circulated online that collected almost 5 million signatures. It urged the Electoral College to make Clinton president despite her receiving 227 Electoral College votes to Trump's 304.

CNN commentator Sally Kohn tweeted back in February a "straight forward" plan on how Trump could be removed and Clinton take his place.

Kohn wasn't the only one to lay out a step by step plan. Washington Free Beacon writer Andrew Stiles laid out how in 36 simple steps, Clinton could still become President.

In March, former Clinton adviser Peter Daou explained in a long tweetstorm that because Clinton won the popular vote, she should take the Oval Office if the Russia investigation were to uncover evidence that the Trump campaign colluded with the Russian government.

Daily Kos published a May article titled, "How Hillary can STILL become the 45th President: The Proper Result of a Trump-Russia Smoking-gun." The article argued impeaching Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence isn't enough because that would make Speaker of the House Paul Ryan the new president. The author argues the Supreme Court needs to invalidate the results the Electoral College, not the election itself. This would force the electoral college to meet again and calculate the new winner of each state, not counting the votes cast for Trump.

Obviously, since any votes for the Trump/Pence ticket would be disregarded, the Clinton/Kaine ticket would be declared the winner of all 50 states and the District of Columbia, netting them 538 Electoral Votes. The slate of electors, newly certified by each state, would meet in the state capital on whatever date the Court prescribed for the Electoral College to reconvene. They would follow the normal procedure for voting to determine to whom the presidency and vice-presidency rightly belong.

Earlier this week, online news publisher Bustle posted an article entitled, "Could Hillary Clinton Still Become President? The Russia Investigation Could Change Things."

While liberals wait for the Russia investigation results, they can visit websites like hillarybeattrump.org to imagine what life would be like under President Hillary Clinton.

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Posted by Katelyn Caralle

MSNBC "Morning Joe" co-hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski joined "The View" panel on Thursday where Mika claimed President Donald Trump's hugs were pornographic and handsy.

Host Whoopi Goldberg started by mentioning Trump does have an obsession with Brzezinski, referencing his previous interactions and personal attacks aimed at the morning TV host.

"It’s been that way from the very beginning," Scarborough said. "And people are like, ‘why is he always so mean to Mika?’"

Joy Behar cut in to answer Scarborough’s rhetorical question.

"He’s attracted to her, maybe," Behar said as Scarborough expressed agreement.

Scarborough said he felt Trump had an "obsession" and "attraction" to Brzezinski even before he ran for president. The MSNBC host then began to demonstrate how he said Trump would walk right past him on set, and go straight up to Brzezinski with hands stretched outwards.

"Don’t do it, it’s pornographic," Brzezinski said, chiding her co-host and fiancé.

Scarborough argued it wasn’t pornographic, and Brzezinski clarified his actions towards her were "handsy."

"It’s just, handsy," Brzezinski said.

"It’s a funny way to hug," Scarborough added.

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Про Обамакер

Sep. 21st, 2017 01:09 pm
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точнее Грахам-Кассиди акт.
Он, конечно, ни разу не федерализм потому что сначала деньги у штатов забирают, "растягивая" в федбюджете за счет заимствований (ну прям как у нас в Джерях!). А потом возвращают шататм в форме гранта.

Я не вижу днем с огнем что, в данном случае заставит премиум упасть, наоборот, он подниматся будет пропорционально займу.

Да, расширят понятие "покрытия" где то (а где то нет).
Зачем нам такое большое счастье?
Не смогли отменить Обамакер, значит "не шмогли", если за 7 лет не справились зачем дергатся за неделю?
Обамакер надо учится отменять, и желательно до того как левые попытаются посадить нам на шею Госстрах госужас социальной медицины

To Our Foreign Friends

Sep. 21st, 2017 07:54 pm
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I just leave it here... Because this is something you must know.

Putler is truly Khuilo (it means "Dickhead" in Ukrainian), who is responsible for thousands of death all around the world (Ukraine, Syria, Georgia, Chechnya...) and terrorist acts in EU. ISIL = FSB/KGB. Who still don't believe in this - ask Google about Gerasimov doctrine.

P.S.: Comments under this video are just amazing! I like the sound of blowing butts of Putler's adepts in the morning... :)

AN ODD TALE.

Sep. 21st, 2017 08:00 pm
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There was once a man named Odd. People made fun of him because of his name so he decided to keep his gravestone blank when he died.

Now when people pass by the burial site, they point and say, "That's odd."

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   - Девушка, если бы я был поэтом, я посвятил бы вам стихи! Если бы я был художником, я написал бы ваш портрет. Но я всего лишь сторож на мебельной фабрике, поэтому могу предложить вам только кровать.
  
  Пенсионер в доме отдыха знакомится с дамой своего возраста и говорит ей:
- Я - представитель самой древней профессии. Сплю за деньги.
- ???
- Сторож я...
  
   Заблудился мужик в пустыне, устал, выбился из сил, еле ползет. Вдруг видит - кувшин. Открывает его, а оттуда - джинн.
  - Что тебе надо, мой повелитель?
  - Домой хочу!
  - Пошли!
  - Я хочу быстрее!
  - Тогда побежали!
  
    Трое продавцов хвалятся своими достижениями. Первый: - Представляете, я продал стереосистему глухому!
  Второй: - Это еще что, вот я продал теннисную ракетку безрукому.
  Третий: - А я продал часы с кукушкой менту. - Ну и что здесь такого? - А то, что я ему для этой кукушки еще и мешок зерна продал!
  
   Драматург хвастается приятелю:
  - И вот, когда опустился занавес, весь зал взорвался аплодисментами.
  - А что же было нарисовано на занавесе?
  
  Когда мужчины спрашивали её о возрасте, она кокетливо смеялась и говорила, что женщине столько лет, насколько она выглядит. Многие верили ей и имели потом большие проблемы, так как паршивке не было и 16-ти.
  
   Маленький мальчик подходит к папе, который смотрит по телевизору чемпионат по легкой атлетике, и спрашивает: - Папа, а зачем эти дяди бегут?
  - А затем, что первому из них дадут приз.
  - А остальные зачем бегут?
  
  Гном лихорадочно подкапывает кусты в саду, когда к нему подходит хозяйская кошка.
   - Кто ты? - спрашивает кошка.
  - Я гном, - отвечает он. - Я краду у людей еду, уничтожаю их посадки, по ночам завожу ужасную музыку, которая сводит их с ума. Но больше всего я люблю обрывать обои и проказничать. А кто, позволь спросить, ты?
  - Ну, тогда я тоже гном, - отвечает кошка.
  
  В пустыне бредут трое. Один говорит:
  - У нас такая засуха была, что земля пошла трещинами по полметра шириной.
Второй отвечает:
- Это что! Вот у нас в прошлом году в засуху коровы сухим молоком доились.
Третий:
- Что вы понимаете! Вот у нас была засуха, так деревья за собаками гонялись, чтоб те на них брызнули!
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Posted by Natalie Johnson

Senate Republicans are taking Democratic leaders to task for an impasse that killed a measure to eliminate the controversial enforcement mechanism that imposes automatic spending cuts on the nation's defense budget.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R., Ark.), a member of the Armed Services Committee and an Army veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, accused Democrats of holding his sequestration repeal amendment hostage to gain leverage for increased nondefense spending when budget negotiations come up again in December.

The measure was one of several controversial amendments to the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act that failed to receive a vote last week due to a lack of quorum.

A senior Senate staffer blamed Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (N.Y.) for coalescing Democrats against voting on sequestration repeal.

"We're losing around a dozen service members a month to faulty equipment or canceled training," the staffer told the Washington Free Beacon on Thursday. "We're in the middle of a military readiness crisis that's killing more Americans than the enemy. And Chuck Schumer is holding them hostage so he can extract more money for what, exactly? The Department of Agriculture? What's most appalling is that Democrats went along with it."

Top Pentagon officials have warned Congress for years the 2011 Budget Control Act, which imposes automatic caps on military spending, would prompt a readiness crisis across the five services. Adm. John Richardson, chief of Naval operations, testified on Tuesday that budget cuts caused by sequestration and continuing resolutions contributed to the deaths of 17 sailors this summer.

Lifting the budget caps requires 60 votes in the Senate rather than a simple majority, necessitating support from Democrats.

Sen. Patrick Leahy (D., Vt.), vice chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, acknowledged in an interview with Defense News last week the caps provide Democrats with leverage to force GOP leaders to match increases between defense and nondefense spending. Leahy said repealing sequestration "would take away any incentive to have some balance between domestic and military spending."

Some on the left, including Sen. Dick Durbin (Ill.), the Senate's No. 2. Democrat, said they opposed Cotton's measure because it leaves in place caps on mandatory spending programs.

Cotton rejected the justification as a "pretext," noting that Democrats have voted to extend sequestration on mandatory spending through 2025.

"The automatic sequester consists of a small, almost trivial amount of cuts. And it wouldn't have affected one penny, not one penny from Social Security or Medicare or veterans' benefits," Cotton said in a floor speech Monday.

"Every one of those Democrats who sit on the Armed Services Committee and have claimed to want to stop these automatic spending cuts can go home and tell the men and women in uniform in their states that they had a chance to vote on it and they were too cowardly even to put their name on the rolls."

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узнал кой-чего

Sep. 21st, 2017 09:48 am
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Такое есть культурное явление в Мексике, фильм El Topo (крот), и, соответственно, молодежь в черных рубашках. Например, topos aztecas. Песню поют, "tengo la camisa negra porque negro es mi alma", etc. Кино надо посмотреть будет. Ну или оно что-то вроде Hermano-2.

А также дошел смысл названия "Субару". すばあしい (субараший) - значит, чудесный.
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Posted by Alex Griswold

Former CIA operative Valerie Plame Wilson tweeted out an anti-Semitic article that claimed Jews were the cause of America's wars.

"America’s Jews Are Driving America’s Wars," she tweeted.

 

 

The linked story from the media site, Unz Review, asked, "Shouldn't [American Jews] recuse themselves when dealing with the Middle East?"

The author argued Jews will soon cause a war with Iran as well. "What makes the war engine run is provided by American Jews who have taken upon themselves the onerous task of starting a war with a country that does not conceivably threaten the United States," he wrote.

"The issue that nearly all the Iran haters are Jewish has somehow fallen out of sight, as if it does not matter," he continued. "But it should matter."

"For those American Jews who lack any shred of integrity, the media should be required to label them at the bottom of the television screen whenever they pop up, e.g. Bill Kristol is ‘Jewish and an outspoken supporter of the state of Israel.'"

Following backlash, Plame Wilson defended herself in a series of tweets that pointed out she had a Jewish background.

Plame Wilson first came to prominence when she was outed as a CIA officer in 2003 by a Bush administration official, a controversy that led to the trial and conviction of Bush aide Scooter Libby. Since then, the former operations officer has emerged as a prominent non-interventionist, and critic of the Trump administration.

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Posted by David Rutz

Hillary Clinton shared a video on her Twitter account Thursday of people doing a coordinated dance routine with copies of her new books.

Set to "Fight Song," a popular anthem for Clinton on the 2016 campaign trail, what look like middle-schoolers and teenagers dance around holding copies of What Happened and It Takes a Village at Scattered Books. The store is located in Clinton's hometown of Chappaqua, New York.

"This video from my local bookstore @scatteredbooks in Chappaqua put a smile on my face! Love the soundtrack, too," Clinton wrote.

Clinton's memoir of her 2016 election loss What Happened was released Sept. 12 and is a No. 1 bestseller. Clinton blames a variety of factors for her surprising loss to Donald Trump in the book, including the FBI, the media, Facebook, the Russians and sexism.

It Takes a Village is a picture-book adaptation of her 1996 best-seller of the same name that was also released Sept. 12.

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Снова и снова

Sep. 21st, 2017 06:55 pm
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Российские регулярные войска продолжают светиться на Донбассе. Уже даже ОБСЕ обнаружила помимо прочего ЗРК 9К330 «Тор»: http://www.osce.org/uk/special-monitoring-mission-to-ukraine/344141

С удовольствием почитаю про шахтеров и трактористов, нашедших Тор в шахте и освоивших его.


Уничтоженный на Донбассе еще в 2014 году российский Тор
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Posted by Cameron Cawthorne

Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (R.I.) said on Thursday that Sen. Bill Cassidy (R., L.A.) is being "factually misleading" about the Graham-Cassidy health care proposal before later admitting he has not read the actual bill.

The Graham-Cassidy bill was proposed last week by Sen. Lindsey Graham (R., S.C) and Cassidy to repeal and replace Obamacare.

Whitehouse appeared on CNN's "New Day," where co-host Alisyn Camerota played a clip of a Wednesday interview with Cassidy.

"Under Graham-Cassidy-Heller-Johnson, more people would have coverage and we protect those with pre-existing conditions," Cassidy said. "States like Maine, Virginia, Florida, Missouri – there will be billions more dollars to provide health insurance coverage for those and those states who have been passed by by Obamacare and we protect those with pre-existing conditions."

Whitehouse said "there's not much of that that's true" in response to Cassidy's defense of his Obamacare repeal bill.

"For starters, you don't protect pre-existing conditions when you allow states to deny coverage for pre-existing conditions, which this bill does," Whitehouse said. "Second, he focuses only on the states that get money under his bill, not the ones like my state that have that money taken from them to give to the other states."

"It's basically a raid on blue states and states that adopted the Medicaid expansion, to take money to those states. So it's really unfair just to pick out those states and say that you're winning," Whitehouse added.

Camerota asked Whitehouse whether he was suggesting Cassidy was being "intentionally misleading."

"Well, I don't know what his intent is, but he sure as heck is being factually misleading," Whitehouse said.

Camerota explained she has people in her own life that struggle with opioid crisis, and people want to know what the government's plan is, prompting her to ask Whitehouse whether he has read the Graham-Cassidy bill.

"I've seen reviews of it. I haven't read the language of it," Whitehouse said.

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Posted by Brent Scher

The Democratic National Committee's already dire financial standing worsened during the month of August, according to its Wednesday night filing to the FEC.

The DNC raised just $4.4 million last month, the second lowest August fundraising figure for the party in the past decade. The party had less cash on hand at the end of the month than it did at the beginning, as its spending outpaced its fundraising by $44,575.

And it gets worse. The DNC's debt substantially increased from $3.4 million to $4.1 million, a figure equal to about 60 percent of the committee's total cash on hand.

Party officials predicted in August that DNC fundraising figures would start to turn around, explaining that its fundraising staff was ten times bigger than it had been at the beginning of the year.

DNC deputy chairman Keith Ellison defended the previous month's bad fundraising figures by predicting that there would be "some really good reports to share in the weeks to come."

It is unclear what reports Ellison was referring to.

Meanwhile, the Republican National Committee raised $7.3 million in August. It has $45.9 million in cash on hand and no debts owed.

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Posted by David Rutz

Rep. Maxine Waters (D., Calif.) said Thursday she could "guarantee" President Donald Trump is in collusion with the Kremlin "to undermine our democracy."

The longtime congresswoman has become a progressive darling in 2017 thanks to her constant calls to "connect the dots" in the Russia investigation and desire to see Trump impeached.

During a civil rights town hall put on by the Congressional Black Caucus Foundation, Waters encouraged the attending groups to stand up to racial intimidation and to take stronger action against the Trump administration. She argued that impeachment is more than possible, and Congress simply needs to decide to pursue it.

"How many of you in your organizations have said ‘Impeach 45?'" she asked, mocking the fretting groups might do about whether it was taboo to discuss that subject. "‘Well, they don't have what it takes. They don't have the laws yet," she said expressing possible reasons people give for not pursuing impeachment. "Impeachment is about whatever the Congress says it is. There is no law that dictates impeachment."

Bill Clinton got impeached "because he lied," Waters said.

"Here you have a president who I can tell you and guarantee you is in collusion with the Russians to undermine our democracy," Waters said. "Here you have a president who has obstructed justice, and here you have a president that lies every day."

She said "thank God" special counsel Robert Mueller was beginning to "connect the dots" in his wide-ranging investigation of Russian interference in the election, Trump business interests, and whether members of the Trump campaign colluded with Kremlin efforts.

"When is the black community going to say, ‘Yeah, impeach him?' It's time to go after him," Waters said.

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Posted by Katelyn Caralle

House Democrats raised more money in August than their Republican counterparts, marking the fourth month in a row they have raised more funds.

The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) raised over $6 million in August while the Republican Congressional Committee (RCCC) only raised $3.8 million, according to the Washington Times.

Although Democrats have outraised the House Republicans from May to August of this year, the GOP does have more available cash on hand at $36.3 million compared to the Democrat’s $24.8 million.

In terms of 2017 annual totals to date, the DCCC has raised $72.4 million, and House Republicans, $67.7 million.

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Posted by Paul Crookston

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said Thursday that the effects of the Iran Nuclear Deal have been the opposite of what was intended, allowing Iran to continue missile development.

McMaster spoke to CNN’s Chris Cuomo, castigating the deal’s sunset clause, which lifts restrictions on Iran’s nuclear program after 2025, as well as the trustworthiness of the Iranian regime. He said the deal is "fundamentally flawed," and quoted President Donald Trump’s declaration that the deal, agreed upon by his predecessor Barack Obama, was the worst of "all-time."

"The deal is fundamentally flawed," McMaster said. "As the president said, he called it the worst deal of all-time. It gave the Iranian regime all the benefits up front."

"The flaws of the deal, the sunset clause that could really give this regime, who is not trustworthy, obviously, cover to advance a nuclear program and then have this threshold capability," he added.

Cuomo argued that the deal has made some difference, and by some accounts, at least slowed the development of weapons in Iran. He inquired whether the Iran deal was simply the best deal possible because it is what Obama agreed to after negotiations, but McMaster disagreed.

McMaster said the Iranian regime has crossed the line by spinning unauthorized centrifuges, and corrective action must be tougher.

"Iran is continuing missile development, missile development that could be paired with a nuclear program later," McMaster said. "The regime has not just walked up to the line but crossed the line, spinning too many centrifuges, too much heavy water."

"So while the IAEA [International Atomic Energy Agency], the monitoring body, called them out on it and they’ve corrected some of this: How do you trust this regime to do it?" he asked.

He stated the need for more rigorous enforcement, and called the sunset clause the deal’s "fundamental flaw."

"Much more rigorous enforcement is needed – the need to address the fundamental flaw, the sunset clause, the need to address other capabilities that could then threaten the world, from this autocratic, theocratic regime in Iran," McMaster said.

He also described the wider range of Iran’s negative influence, calling for an overall strategy to prevent them from destabilizing the Middle East.

"So, these are the things we have to work on together, but in the context of an overall Iran strategy, because Iran is destabilizing not just the Middle East, but poses a broader threat," McMaster said. "Iran is perpetuating this humanitarian and political crisis in the Middle East."

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Потеплители, аууу!

Sep. 21st, 2017 05:02 pm
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 Прошло десять лет. Ни одно из предсказаний Гора и его сторонников алармистов не сбылось. Алармисты – это те, кто призывает к немедленному и резкому сокращению выбросов антропогенного углерода, взывающего, по их мнению, потепление климата Земли.
В 2017 г. ледниковая масса Гренландии увеличилась почти до рекордного уровня. Практически все районы острова даже в летнее время покрыты снегом или льдом. Температуры в районе Гренландии ниже средних за последние несколько десятилетий.
В Антарктиде наблюдается медленное восстановление площади морского льда. Оно происходит уже в течение нескольких последних лет.
С января 2016 г. по март 2017 г. уровень вод океана начал снижаться.
Не подтверждается также и влияние роста выбросов антропогенного углерода на разогрев климата Земли. Примерно до конца 30-х годов 20-го века её температура росла. Затем в 40-е годы наступило похолодание, которое продолжалось до конца 70-х годов. В конце 20-го века температура снова увеличивалась. Этот рост температуры прекратился к началу 21-го века. В течение всего этого времени выбросы антропогенного углерода расти и концентрация УГ в атмосфере повышалась.
 
Майкл Бэстэш разместил 5 июля 2017 г. в интернет-газете Daily Caller свою статью «Exclusive: Study Finds Temperature Adjustments Account For ‘Nearly All of the Warming’ in Climate Data». В статье приводится анализ температур, которые измеряли NASA, NOAA и Met Office Великобритании. Согласно измеренным температурам происходит глобальное потепление климата. Но оказалось, что все эти данные появились в результате их корректировок. Эти корректировки занижали температуры, измеренные до 40-х годов 20-го века, и завышали их после 40-х годов. Поэтому получалось, что после 40-х годов наблюдалась «более крутая линейная тенденция потепления». Эти корректировки исключали также и циклический характер изменения температуры Земли.
В течение последних трёх лет Метеорологическое бюро Австралии было дважды поймано на искажении измеренных температур. Низкие температуры или полностью исчезли из отчётов или были заменены на более высокие значения. Об этом мошенничестве рассказала Daily Caller в статье от 10 августа 2017 г. Естественно, что ни CNN, ни другие левые СМИ не сообщили об этих корректировках.

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Sep. 21st, 2017 10:53 am
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В ленте несколько постов о том, что кому снилось. Это флешмоб такой или как? В новогоднюю ночь специальные сны снятся?
Мне снилось, что я летаю. Это вообще нормально, когда пятидесятеленему мужику снятся такие сны?
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Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer said he didn't "think" he had ever lied to the American people in an interview on "Good Morning America" airing Thursday.

Spicer rose to national prominence as the chief spokesman for President Donald Trump; his oftentimes testy press briefings became ratings gold and were famously lampooned on "Saturday Night Live."

He resigned in July after the appointment of Anthony Scaramucci as Trump's communications director, making him one of the shortest-tenured press secretaries in White House history.

"Have you ever lied to the American people?" ABC reporter Paula Faris asked.

"I don't think so," Spicer said.

"You don't think so," Faris repeated.

"Nope. I don't cheat on my taxes," Spicer said.

"Unequivocally, you can say no?" Faris asked.

"I—I—look, again—you want to find something—I have not knowingly done anything to do that, no," he said.

Spicer is looking to cash in on his fame, according to reports, but he has struggled to land a book deal and the major TV networks have passed on hiring him as a contributor, saying he has credibility issues.

Asked by Faris about his contentious interactions with the press during his tenure, Spicer said he made some mistakes.

"But to watch some of the personal attacks, questioning my integrity, questioning what my intentions were, I think were really over the top," he said.

Spicer also revealed Trump had praised him for his cameo at Sunday's Emmy Awards, where he poked fun at his infamous claim that Trump's inauguration audience was the largest ever. In the skit, Spicer told host Stephen Colbert the Emmys would have the largest audience of all time.

"He was very supportive. He thought I did a great job, and it was very reassuring," Spicer said.

The ratings wound up almost exactly matching last year's all-time low, however, and Trump took a jab at the politically loaded show from Twitter.

The post Spicer on Whether He’s Ever Lied to the American People: ‘I Don’t Think So’ appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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