First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  Next  Last
Post Reply CNN ran footage of attempted Reagan assasination while talking about Trump ditching the press for dinner
18507 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
M / Los Angeles
Offline
Posted 22 days ago , edited 22 days ago

RaisedInACult wrote:

CNN will put on air whatever the globalists want on air, so if its trump assassination imagery, no surprises there


Yep. Subliminal messaging.
18507 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
M / Los Angeles
Offline
Posted 22 days ago , edited 22 days ago

kevz_210 wrote:


PeripheralVisionary wrote:

Are we really going to demonize someone going out for a family dinner?


Sure they are. They are also demonizing him for daring to not take a presidential salary. I think at this point, Trump could cure cancer and he would still somehow be made out to be a demon because of it.

This is part of the reason why nobody listens to mainstream media anymore. Everything is breaking news, everything is end of the world and people are fed up with it.


The CNN headline would read: "Why Americans were better off with cancer"
126 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
21 / M / The Underworld
Offline
Posted 22 days ago , edited 22 days ago
From what I gather, that story was about the press throwing a hissy fit over the fact that Trump went out to eat with his family and didn't tell the press about it before hand.
37425 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
M
Online
Posted 22 days ago , edited 21 days ago

Amphinomus wrote:

From what I gather, that story was about the press throwing a hissy fit over the fact that Trump went out to eat with his family and didn't tell the press about it before hand.


THAT!!!! YES!!!! THAT is exactly what it's all about!!!


runec wrote:


DeadlyOats wrote:
Whatever, dude. Even Obama keeps the press away when he don't want them hearing what he gotta say. For example, when he spoke privately with Trump....


Perhaps the two of you should actually look up what the protective pool is and does.




Guess what else? We only got one president, and only ONE PRESS CORE. They hang out with the President. Guess who's president right now?

Barack Obama.

(I'm gonna say this off topic thing. I'm tired of Firefox telling me that "Barack" "Obama" are misspelled words...)
35136 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
37 / F / Seireitei, Soul S...
Online
Posted 22 days ago

runec
Perhaps the two of you should actually look up what the protective pool is and does.


The Secret Service protects the President and the President Elect, not the press media people. Neither Trump or Obama have to tell the press where they are at all times. They're allowed to have some private time if they want to.
Posted 21 days ago , edited 21 days ago

Amphinomus wrote:

From what I gather, that story was about the press throwing a hissy fit over the fact that Trump went out to eat with his family and didn't tell the press about it before hand.


That good because they are not entitle to anything.
41705 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
F
Offline
Posted 21 days ago , edited 21 days ago
inb4 conspiracy theories
runec 
28334 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Offline
Posted 21 days ago , edited 21 days ago

BlackRose0607 wrote:
The Secret Service protects the President and the President Elect, not the press media people. Neither Trump or Obama have to tell the press where they are at all times. They're allowed to have some private time if they want to.


For the love of gorb, would you guys please look up what the president press corp is, what it does, why its there and why you can't just ditch it on a whim? It would do you well to learn how the office of the president actually works instead of how you think it works.

And yes, it is called the protective pool and no, its not because they replace the Secret Service. Its because they partly ensure the American people know where their president is and if he isn't, you know, dead. On the flip they also make sure he isn't, you know, meeting with the mafia on the side or anything. If there is an emergency ( Say, 9/11 ) the press is with the president. How well do you think that would have gone down on 9/11 if no one knew where he was?

Without the press corp, your news on the presidents whereabouts, dealings and well being come solely from the government and the potential abuses that brings with it. But you are not some third bit banana republic, you're America, and Americans have always had the right to know about where their president is and what he's up too. This is especially crucial now that you've elected a president with more conflicts of interest than any other candidate in history.

So if Trump doesn't like it, too bad so sad. This is the job he applied for.

13 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Offline
Posted 21 days ago , edited 21 days ago
can you actually find a link to this protocol you keep crapping on about?

the only info i can find on the press corp is that the press secretary is the one who deals with them daily... like this..

The press secretary is responsible for collecting information about actions and events within the president's administration and around the world, and interacting with the media, generally in a daily press briefing. The information includes items such as a summary of the president's schedule for the day, whom the president has seen, or had communication and the official position of the administration on the news of the day.

The press secretary traditionally also fields questions from the White House press corps in briefings and press conferences, which are generally televised, and "press gaggles", which are on-the-record briefings without video recording, although transcripts are usually made available.
35136 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
37 / F / Seireitei, Soul S...
Online
Posted 21 days ago

runec wrote:


BlackRose0607 wrote:
The Secret Service protects the President and the President Elect, not the press media people. Neither Trump or Obama have to tell the press where they are at all times. They're allowed to have some private time if they want to.


For the love of gorb, would you guys please look up what the president press corp is, what it does, why its there and why you can't just ditch it on a whim? It would do you well to learn how the office of the president actually works instead of how you think it works.

And yes, it is called the protective pool and no, its not because they replace the Secret Service. Its because they partly ensure the American people know where their president is and if he isn't, you know, dead. On the flip they also make sure he isn't, you know, meeting with the mafia on the side or anything. If there is an emergency ( Say, 9/11 ) the press is with the president. How well do you think that would have gone down on 9/11 if no one knew where he was?

Without the press corp, your news on the presidents whereabouts, dealings and well being come solely from the government and the potential abuses that brings with it. But you are not some third bit banana republic, you're America, and Americans have always had the right to know about where their president is and what he's up too. This is especially crucial now that you've elected a president with more conflicts of interest than any other candidate in history.

So if Trump doesn't like it, too bad so sad. This is the job he applied for.



Um, I did look up what the press pool is, and no, it does not protect the President of the United States like you have been implying. It's simply a term used for the press that have been authorized to be around the President because they have been screened to not be a threat of harm to him. It's only called the protective press pool to distinguish that group of press people from the other, regular press people, not because they actually protect anything.

https://www.quora.com/Why-is-a-protective-press-pool-called-protective-What-does-it-protect

http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2016/11/16/qa-what-is-the-press-pool-and-what-does-it-do/

And I found nothing saying that it was a breech of protocol for Trump to dump them and go out on his own. Personally, I couldn't care less where the President is at every single second of the day, no matter which President it is, because I have more important things in my life to be doing. If something major happened I'd hear about it in a soon enough time I'm sure. If the President wants some private time, then let him have it. He deserves it for what he does.

Also, I didn't vote for Trump, so don't say that I did. And I know that you were implying the whole country of America, but you said 'you've' in that sentence. Please don't assume what I do and don't know and what I have or haven't done in future posts to me.
runec 
28334 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Offline
Posted 21 days ago

BlackRose0607 wrote:
Um, I did look up what the press pool is, and no, it does not protect the President of the United States like you have been implying. It's simply a term used for the press that have been authorized to be around the President because they have been screened to not be a threat of harm to him. It's only called the protective press pool to distinguish that group of press people from the other, regular press people, not because they actually protect anything.


I never implied they protected the president. Why would I ( or anyone ) imply that? And no that is not why. If you must use Quora, try reading all the answers.



BlackRose0607 wrote:And I found nothing saying that it was a breech of protocol for Trump to dump them and go out on his own.


Thats pretty impressive since even googling your exact question will net you at least 3 first page results to explain it to you.




BlackRose0607 wrote:
Also, I didn't vote for Trump, so don't say that I did. And I know that you were implying the whole country of America, but you said 'you've' in that sentence. Please don't assume what I do and don't know and what I have or haven't done in future posts to me.


Oh come off it and get over yourself. I said nothing about who voting for whom as that is irrelevant to the topic. If you want to be obtuse and argumentative just for the sake of it, go right ahead but don't play the victim.

5318 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
M
Offline
Posted 21 days ago , edited 20 days ago
Leave it to Runec to go after a Republican for having dinner with his family lmfao.
37425 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
M
Online
Posted 21 days ago , edited 20 days ago

Punk_Mela wrote:

Leave it to Runec to go after a Republican for having dinner with his family lmfao.


I swear! runec is one of them DNC and/or Globalist propagandists paid to turn everyone's minds around on themselves to try to get them to believe that Globalism and, or Progressive Liberalism is the way to go...
16805 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Hoosierville
Offline
Posted 20 days ago , edited 19 days ago

runec wrote:


Rujikin wrote:
The president has to address the nation once a year during the state of the union. Besides that he can tell them to piss off the other 364 days.


Actually no, he can't. The president is always accompanied by the press corp and yes it is a breech of protocol. You don't get Me Time(tm) anymore when you are heading the most powerful nation on Earth.



Did you even read what I said? The president is followed by them because he allows them to follow. He in no way has to let them follow him.

False, as I said the president has to speak to the nation ONCE a year in his state of the union. He in no way has to pander to the media or anyone besides congress and the supreme court. It is not a breech of protocol it is merely a break from the Obama way of doing things.
runec 
28334 cr points
Send Message: Send PM GB Post
Offline
Posted 20 days ago , edited 19 days ago

Rujikin wrote:
It is not a breech of protocol it is merely a break from the Obama way of doing things.


You might want to check your history books. Really, you don't even need to go back that far. Though it does go back quite a ways if you're at all interested.

But intellectual curiosity doesn't seem to be much of a feature of this thread. >.>

First  Prev  1  2  3  4  5  Next  Last
You must be logged in to post.