• ABC News Political Director: 'Getting Rid Of Trump Is The Easy Part. Cleansing The Movement He Commands ... Something =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Else.=92?=

    From Ubiquitous@weberm@polaris.net to alt.tv.pol-incorrect,alt.fan.rush-limbaugh,alt.politics.media,alt.politics.trump,alt.politics.usa on Thu Jan 7 21:05:01 2021
    From Newsgroup: alt.politics.media

    On Thursday, the political director for ABC News based in Washington,
    D.C., who oversees the political unit and helps steer the networks
    coverage of major news events, according to ABC News, tweeted about cleansing the movement Trump commands.

    Rick Klein wrote on Twitter, Trump will be an ex-president in 13 days.
    The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy part. Cleansing the
    movement he commands is going to be something else.

    Political Director for @ABC News based in Washington DC
    appears to have deleted his tweet about the 75 million
    Americans who voted for Trump that talked about the
    challenge of "cleansing the movement."
    pic.twitter.com/HS1Rwrn94S

    Omri Ceren (@omriceren) January 7, 2021

    That tweet, apparently deleted later, quoted an article Klein authored
    that was published by ABC News on Thursday in which he wrote, Even
    aside from impeachment and 25th Amendment talk, Trump will be an ex-
    president in 13 days. The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy
    part. Cleaning up the movement he commands, or getting rid of what he represents to so many Americans, is going to be something else.

    The same article stated that the riots were an attempted
    insurrection: Until Wednesdays siege, when a mob of extremists
    engaged in an attempted insurrection and violent occupation of the
    Capitol, there seemed to be little cost to some Republicans in
    indulging Trumps conspiracy theories, lies and fantasies.

    ABC News bio of Klein states, Klein provides regular political
    commentary and analysis for all ABC News broadcasts and platforms
    including World News Tonight, Good Morning America, ABCNews.com,
    ABC News Radio, and NewsOne, the networks affiliate news service. He
    co-hosts the Powerhouse Politics podcast along with ABC News Chief
    White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl.

    In February 2013, when Klein was named for his current position, Ben
    Sherwood, President of Disney-ABC Television Group, stated of him,
    Rick has established himself as a trusted voice by puncturing Beltway
    talking points and poll-tuned messages, staying far ahead of the curve
    on national affairs and political news.

    In September, Klein was asked about President Trump saying he might cut funding to cities that were the scenes of violent protests. Klein
    answered by noting Trumps bluster, saying, Its almost certainly
    going to be challenged in courts if he actually continues the
    machinations to do it. Start with the irony here, that he would be
    literally defunding the police and potentially harming his efforts to
    get schools to open. So the president has put a lot of bluster behind
    some such threats in the past; they are rarely carried through.

    Last August, at the time of the Republican National Convention, Klein
    wrote:

    Were you better off six months ago than you were four years
    ago? Thats the awkward question that hovered over President
    Donald Trumps Republican National Convention this week. Its
    difficult to pose and dicey to want to have answered, yet
    unavoidable for an incumbent in this tumultuous election year.
    And so the message from Trump, in seeking to transform the
    classic referendum election into a choice, is to turn to
    partisanship and polarization.

    #WhatLiberalMedia

    --
    Trump won.

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  • From BeamMeUpScotty@NOT-SURE@ideocracy.gov to alt.tv.pol-incorrect,alt.fan.rush-limbaugh,alt.politics.media,alt.politics.trump,alt.politics.usa on Sun Jan 10 08:42:30 2021
    From Newsgroup: alt.politics.media

    On 1/7/21 8:05 PM, Ubiquitous wrote:
    On Thursday, the political director for ABC News based in Washington,
    D.C., who “oversees the political unit and helps steer the network’s coverage of major news events,” according to ABC News, tweeted about “cleansing the movement Trump commands.”

    Rick Klein wrote on Twitter, “Trump will be an ex-president in 13 days.
    The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy part. Cleansing the movement he commands is going to be something else.”

    Political Director for @ABC News based in Washington DC
    appears to have deleted his tweet about the 75 million
    Americans who voted for Trump that talked about the
    challenge of "cleansing the movement."
    pic.twitter.com/HS1Rwrn94S

    — Omri Ceren (@omriceren) January 7, 2021

    That tweet, apparently deleted later, quoted an article Klein authored
    that was published by ABC News on Thursday in which he wrote, “Even
    aside from impeachment and 25th Amendment talk, Trump will be an ex- president in 13 days. The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy
    part. Cleaning up the movement he commands, or getting rid of what he represents to so many Americans, is going to be something else.”

    The same article stated that the riots were an “attempted
    insurrection”: “Until Wednesday’s siege, when a mob of extremists engaged in an attempted insurrection and violent occupation of the
    Capitol, there seemed to be little cost to some Republicans in
    indulging Trump’s conspiracy theories, lies and fantasies.”

    ABC News’ bio of Klein states, “Klein provides regular political commentary and analysis for all ABC News broadcasts and platforms
    including ‘World News Tonight,’ ‘Good Morning America,’ ABCNews.com, ABC News Radio, and NewsOne, the network’s affiliate news service. He co-hosts the ‘Powerhouse Politics’ podcast along with ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl.”

    In February 2013, when Klein was named for his current position, Ben Sherwood, President of Disney-ABC Television Group, stated of him,
    “Rick has established himself as a trusted voice by puncturing Beltway talking points and poll-tuned messages, staying far ahead of the curve
    on national affairs and political news.”

    In September, Klein was asked about President Trump saying he might cut funding to cities that were the scenes of violent protests. Klein
    answered by noting Trump’s “bluster,” saying, “It’s almost certainly
    going to be challenged in courts if he actually continues the
    machinations to do it. Start with the irony here, that he would be
    literally defunding the police and potentially harming his efforts to
    get schools to open. … So the president has put a lot of bluster behind some such threats in the past; they are rarely carried through.”

    Last August, at the time of the Republican National Convention, Klein
    wrote:

    Were you better off six months ago than you were four years
    ago? That’s the awkward question that hovered over President
    Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention this week. It’s
    difficult to pose and dicey to want to have answered, yet
    unavoidable for an incumbent in this tumultuous election year.
    And so the message from Trump, in seeking to transform the
    classic referendum election into a choice, is to turn to
    partisanship and polarization.

    #WhatLiberalMedia

    --
    Trump won.

    The BIGGER JOB will be cleaning up the criminal activity they engaged in
    to try to get rid of TRUMP and to extort people and instill fear and to silence anyone who dared to point out the Democrats corruption.

    --
    That's Karma


    *Mama'says*
    269 - George Floyd's killers weren't Confederate Statues of 1865 they
    were 2020 DEMOCRAT policies.
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  • From RTS@gafa@REMOVEusa.com to alt.tv.pol-incorrect,alt.fan.rush-limbaugh,alt.politics.media,alt.politics.trump,alt.politics.usa on Sun Jan 10 10:49:32 2021
    From Newsgroup: alt.politics.media

    On 1/10/2021 7:42 AM, BeamMeUpScotty wrote:
    On 1/7/21 8:05 PM, Ubiquitous wrote:
    On Thursday, the political director for ABC News based in Washington,
    D.C., who “oversees the political unit and helps steer the network’s
    coverage of major news events,” according to ABC News, tweeted about
    “cleansing the movement Trump commands.”

    Rick Klein wrote on Twitter, “Trump will be an ex-president in 13 days.
    The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy part. Cleansing the
    movement he commands is going to be something else.”

        Political Director for @ABC News based in Washington DC
        appears to have deleted his tweet about the 75 million
        Americans who voted for Trump that talked about the
        challenge of "cleansing the movement."
        pic.twitter.com/HS1Rwrn94S

        — Omri Ceren (@omriceren) January 7, 2021

    That tweet, apparently deleted later, quoted an article Klein authored
    that was published by ABC News on Thursday in which he wrote, “Even
    aside from impeachment and 25th Amendment talk, Trump will be an ex-
    president in 13 days. The fact is that getting rid of Trump is the easy
    part. Cleaning up the movement he commands, or getting rid of what he
    represents to so many Americans, is going to be something else.”

    The same article stated that the riots were an “attempted
    insurrection”: “Until Wednesday’s siege, when a mob of extremists
    engaged in an attempted insurrection and violent occupation of the
    Capitol, there seemed to be little cost to some Republicans in
    indulging Trump’s conspiracy theories, lies and fantasies.”

    ABC News’ bio of Klein states, “Klein provides regular political
    commentary and analysis for all ABC News broadcasts and platforms
    including ‘World News Tonight,’ ‘Good Morning America,’ ABCNews.com, >> ABC News Radio, and NewsOne, the network’s affiliate news service. He
    co-hosts the ‘Powerhouse Politics’ podcast along with ABC News Chief
    White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl.”

    In February 2013, when Klein was named for his current position, Ben
    Sherwood, President of Disney-ABC Television Group, stated of him,
    “Rick has established himself as a trusted voice by puncturing Beltway
    talking points and poll-tuned messages, staying far ahead of the curve
    on national affairs and political news.”

    In September, Klein was asked about President Trump saying he might cut
    funding to cities that were the scenes of violent protests. Klein
    answered by noting Trump’s “bluster,” saying, “It’s almost certainly
    going to be challenged in courts if he actually continues the
    machinations to do it. Start with the irony here, that he would be
    literally defunding the police and potentially harming his efforts to
    get schools to open. … So the president has put a lot of bluster behind
    some such threats in the past; they are rarely carried through.”

    Last August, at the time of the Republican National Convention, Klein
    wrote:

        Were you better off six months ago than you were four years
        ago? That’s the awkward question that hovered over President
        Donald Trump’s Republican National Convention this week. It’s
        difficult to pose and dicey to want to have answered, yet
        unavoidable for an incumbent in this tumultuous election year.
        And so the message from Trump, in seeking to transform the
        classic referendum election into a choice, is to turn to
        partisanship and polarization.

    #WhatLiberalMedia

    --
    Trump won.

    The BIGGER JOB will be cleaning up the criminal activity they engaged in
    to try to get rid of TRUMP and to extort people and instill fear and to silence anyone who dared to point out the Democrats corruption.


    Tru Dat, Scotty....

    --

    *Rocky T. Squirrel, esq.*

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