Thursday, October 05, 2017

NBC Mocks God, Scalise, Judge Moore, Our Declaration Of Independence And Tax Cuts

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Fake News has become the descriptive term for much of the reporting by most of our mainstream news organizations.

NBC has taken it to a new low level.

Beware the peacock.

Chuck Todd, NBC's anchor of their premier Sunday morning show, "Meet The Press," has been passing whoppers as truth this week.

Not to be outdone, Pete Williams, another NBC news elite, joined the fray.

Pete Williams on MSNBC news channel said this:

"For example, just the recent shooting at the congressional baseball game here outside Washington, D.C. that wounded Steve Scalise and, you know, was a devastating attack on that institution… The authorities can never say for sure what drove the gunman in that case. His life was falling apart, he was experiencing financial problems, he was depressed. He came here, he said, hoping to talk to federal authorities in Washington about taxes, but why he targeted Republicans, what specifically he had in mind here, they have never answered that question."

"They didn't have to "answer that question," witnesses who were there answered it.

The Washington Free Beacon correctly reported that several eyewitnesses said the shooter asked specifically if the lawmakers at the baseball practice were Democrats or Republicans. When told they were Republicans, he began shooting them.

Rep. Steve Scalise and 2 US Capital police officers were wounded in the shooting.

Scalise returned to his office a few days ago after a long recovery. At the time he told the press he was thankful to the police officers and grateful to God for his survival. "It was God," he said.

There was never a question about why the shooter shot at the Republicans. Until Sunday on NBC.

Last Sunday NBC "Meet The Press" anchor Chuck Todd decided to take on Judge Roy Moore, who last week won the run-off Republican primary election in Alabama for the seat vacated by now US Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

During the campaign, Judge Moore, a devout Christian, had rightly said, "Our rights don't come from government, they don't come from the Bill of Rights, they come from Almighty God."

NBC wanted none of that. An enraged Chuck Todd labeled Moore's comments as nonsense.

He told his audience "[Moore] doesn't appear to believe in the Constitution as it's written," so now we have "a taste of what are very fundamentalist views that have gotten him removed from office, twice, as Alabama's chief justice."

It's true, Moore was removed from office over his insistence that a Ten Commandments Monument be placed on the courthouse grounds because he contended that the Commandments are the basis for American law.

The big lie, however, is that somehow it is "extremist" to believe that America's founding was based on the unalienable rights endowed to us by our Creator.

Chuck Todd surely knows this. This display is not of his ignorance---it's about his arrogance and his disagreement with the truth---and his undying desire to "remake America" into the secular state he and his fellow secular progressives want it to be.

It's one of many attempts to warp our view of how and why America was born.

And it's an attempt to mislead uninformed Americans into believing their rights come from centralized government---the vision of every far Left secular progressive. And socialist.

Todd has even taken on John Kennedy and his tax cuts, in an attempt to discredit Ronald Reagan and his tax cuts.

Todd said, "For what its worth, there has been no study that has been able to reinforce this idea that tax cuts do translate to economic growth."

Government reports clearly show that is not true.

That too is simply a lie. I think Mr. Todd knows that as well.

Larry Kudlow pointed out this week in an article in the National Review that Reagan's tax cuts did in fact work---extremely well. The American economy exploded with an average annual growth rate of 4.6%.

Under Obama's regressive attempts at socialism, our economy became stagnant, hurting everyone---especially those middle class whom the Left claims to represent.

Last quarter's growth rate under Trump was 3.1%. Economists are calling it miraculous.

Abraham Lincoln said, "No man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar."

Mark Twain, having read Lincoln, said, "If you tell the truth, you don't have to remember anything."

Leo Tolstoy, who himself had lived under the Russian web of lies and deception said, "Anything is better than lies and deceit."

And God says, "Thou shalt not lie." He also says (Proverbs 13:5), "The righteous hate what is false, but the wicked make themselves a stench and bring shame on themselves."

Be Informed. Be Vigilant. Be Discerning. Be Prayerful.