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    There's that Gillum dog whistle
    That's FUNNY !!

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    The governor has made SI his number one priority!

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    BOOM, kicked right in the nuts. HEY ISRAEL, JUST GO AWAY.
    https://www.washingtontimes.com/news...ward-parkland/

    Dana Loesch rips CNN's 'sham' Walter Cronkite award for Parkland Town Hall

    Conservative commentator and National Rifle Association spokeswoman Dana Loesch ripped CNN in a series of tweets Tuesday after the network announced it won a Walter Cronkite award for its town hall last year that featured Ms. Loesch and survivors of the Parkland, Florida, high school shooting.

    The raucous town hall, where Ms. Loesch was continuously booed and interrupted with shouts of “murderer,” has been awarded a Walter Cronkite Award for “Excellence in Television Political Journalism,” the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism announced Tuesday.

    “CNN Parkland Town Hall, a two-hour special, aired only seven days after 17 students and teachers were murdered by a gunman at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School,” the school said in a release. “In this ‘compelling and powerful’ forum, moderator Jake Tapper deftly gave generous space to speak to gun control advocates, politicians, Parkland students, parents and a representative from the NRA. The program helped ‘advance the national conversation on gun control and violence,’ the jury said.”



    Congrats to @jaketapper and everyone at CNN who helped put together the Parkland Town Hall for the Marjory Stoneman Douglas students, families and community, today honored with a Walter Cronkite Award for Excellence in Television Political Journalism httpstcoRQ1cK8LiW7
    — The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) March 19, 2019

    Mr. Tapper’s show, “The Lead,” congratulated the host on Twitter, sparking a series of responses by Ms. Loesch, who has repeatedly criticized the handling of the town hall.

    “I showed up in good faith for genuine conversation knowing that at best, it would be a tough event,” she wrote. “The lengths @CNNPR went to inflame emotions & exploit pain to *put on a show* is inexcusable, shameful, & it’s grotesque they’re celebrating getting an ‘award’ for their conduct.”

    CNN is proud of this, their Cronkite Award™-winning townhall where they advanced the conversation on gun control. There is more video still. pictwittercomPk6xAZZ3co
    — Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) March 19, 2019

    Some interesting notes: CNN set this up like a WWE event. Purposefully. They allowed Scott Israel to take the stage before the cameras turned on and electioneer; he took that time (about 20 minutes) to start blaming law-abiding gun owners.
    — Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) March 19, 2019

    When the producers cued me to walk into the arena it was to the Black Eyed Peas’ song “Let’s Get It Started.” I am completely serious. I was shocked and confused — while I knew I was taking questions, we were only told that day that I would actually be on stage.
    — Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) March 19, 2019

    After the broadcast ended, one of my detail had to stop a woman who rushed the stage to tackle me from behind. That is when Tapper asked me if I had an escort out. I am positive that CNN’s cameras, still operational, observed this and would like for them to release the footage.
    — Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) March 19, 2019

    I’m on air across the country right now, so feel free to take this up with me on my airwaves at any time now or convenient for you in the future. Shame on you. You advanced nothing, you set genuine dialog back by ages, @CNNPR @CronkiteAward .
    — Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) March 19, 2019

    Those with integrity would reject this absolute sham of an award. But, narratives and ratings. Congrats on the “show,” CNN. Applause, applause.
    — Dana Loesch (@DLoesch) March 19, 2019

    Retrieved April 14, 2019. Washington Times, LLC.

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    LOL. That wasnt a woman that rushed the stage. It was (((Andrew Pollack.))) Should have let him go and allowed Dana to kick his little new york chosen one diikk stiff.

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