push-polling a “good economy” because Trump winery has a 750 barrel wine cave

Today was a weird day as the Trump campaign tried to accuse minority whip of advocating an IMPOTUS lynching, reminding us of the George W. Bush campaign's use of push polling to plant the idea that John McCain had a secret, illegitimate black child.

Like the CT of pedophile rings in the basements of pizza parlors prompting an actual firearm incident, the truth perhaps lay in diverting attention from the actual trafficking activities of Jeffrey Epstein.

Malign media framing is only going to get worse as the 2020 election approaches. The business media touts’ discourse infects MSM messaging. 

The reality is that the Trump family owns a winery and not a brewery, and that the 1% are bipartisan in their political contributions. The difference is that IMPOTUS is the national poster-child for immoral pretensions.


Trump wine cave www.thedailybeast.com/…

Lawrence Kudlow firmly denied that the United States would enter a recession in 2007, or that it was in the midst of a recession in early to mid-2008. In December 2007, he wrote: “The recession debate is over. It's not gonna happen. Time to move on. At a bare minimum, we are looking at Goldilocks 2.0. (And that's a minimum). The Bush boom is alive and well. It's finishing up its sixth splendid year with many more years to come”.[46] 

…. By July 2008, Kudlow continued to deny that the economy was looking poor, insisting that “We are in a mental recession, not an actual recession”.[45][48] Lehman Brothers collapsed in September 2008, creating a full-blown international banking crisis.[45]




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In the world of Republicans, Donald Trump is doing great, the economy is better than it’s ever been as far as a lot of Republicans are concerned. Let’s just show this bikini chart. This is our favorite chart here on the show. It shows you what President Obama inherited, that’s a deep tranche going down, the economy gets better, better, better. Then Trump comes along, he hasn’t appreciably changed the economy. The economy added 157,000 jobs in July, the unemployment rate did go down lower to 3.9%. So he gets a lot of credit for it, but the economy is not better in the Trump era than it was in the Obama era. Friday’s report shows job growth is slower, at a slower rate than in five years. So how is it that Donald Trump gets this sort of credit for having somehow revolutionized an economy that he hasn’t changed? www.politicususa.com/…
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