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Trump's "enemy of the people"
« on: February 19, 2017, 07:28:23 AM »
Behold the new impartial Voice of America.

This U.S. Government-funded agency was allegedly created to disseminate unbiased, imprtial news about America. Now they're shills for the Obamatards, with this State Department official trying to make the case for a resurgence of 1930s Euro-politics.

As the president arrived at the estate he has dubbed the Winter White House, social media and the networks crackled with debate about the significance of Trump calling some of the top American journalistic outlets enemies of the people, a phrase that goes back to ancient Rome and was used with chilling finality during the communist revolution in Russia a century ago.

U.S. diplomat recalls 'petty tyrants'

"As an American diplomat, I stood up to petty tyrants who called journalists 'enemies of the people,'" tweeted Tom Malinowski, former assistant secretary of state for democracy, human rights and labor. "Guess that's not our policy anymore."

"It is one of the most controversial phrases in Soviet history," said Mitchell Orenstein, professor of Russian and East European studies at the University of Pennsylvania.

When in Rome you speak Roman. When addressing the left you use their language used against conservatives, and watch their pointed heads explode.


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