Small business jobs are big business
And now, the rest of the non-story.
“They just kept it quiet.”
“This is not a conspiracy from the White House.”
“Falsely accusing someone of racism is equaling disturbing.”
“Brett was involved.”
Rehashing the rehash.
“He’s the type of Republican you would want the Republicans to nominate.”
Uh … probably not.
“…the initial erroneous claim had already spread all over social media”
“Sarah Huckabee has no right to live a life of no fuss, no muss …”
Elections matter, when you remember them.
The poster girl for media’s appetite for activism over truth.
“The world has changed in just the last year.”
“My estimate was way off, and we have corrected our story…”
“You’re missing the point & living in a bubble of self-righteous sanctimony.”
“the news media is pitiful and it’s sad for our city and nation.”
Spoiler alert: No, not really.
And that would be … why, exactly?
Sticking around after all.
“What does he need it for? To be abused by a bunch of politicians?”
“It was really, really surprising to see the amount of hate that I got.”
It’s a great life.
“And that’s a model based off the Rothschilds controlling the climate…”
“That is the reality here.”
Also: Canada and Mexico could get exemption from tariffs — if …
“He did not give an emotional or rousing commemoration to the victims — like President Barack Obama’s…”
Head held high?
Come on, man.
Nothing says fair and impartial coverage like “squeeeeeeee“!
Editorial bias and the darkness.
“What one should expect with journalistic ‘mistakes’ is that they sometimes go in one direction, and other times go in the other direction.”
So what’s he supposed to talk about? Sports?