#LyingPress Gets BTFO By President-Elect Trump

President-Elect Trump invited the Lügenpresse to a private meeting and let them have it with both barrels:

“Donald Trump scolded media big shots during an off-the-record Trump Tower sitdown on Monday, sources told The Post.

“It was like a f–ing firing squad,” one source said of the encounter.

“Trump started with [CNN chief] Jeff Zucker and said ‘I hate your network, everyone at CNN is a liar and you should be ashamed,’ ” the source said.

“The meeting was a total disaster. The TV execs and anchors went in there thinking they would be discussing the access they would get to the Trump administration, but instead they got a Trump-style dressing down,” the source added.

A second source confirmed the fireworks. …”

This is what real leadership looks like.

Are you tired of winning? I’m not tired of winning. Martha Raddatz and Mika Brzezinski were weeping on live national television after Hillary lost the election. No one else but Donald Trump would have had the balls to sit these babies down and call out their bullshit to their face.

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    • It was of course nothing like a firing squad.
      I’d say it’s more like being hauled in front of
      The Headmaster at Eton or Andover.

      • Intellectually and morally they act like wealthy, privileged, spoiled brats living off of daddy’s largesse.

  1. Ive called on all my Texas representatives in Congress to haul Facebook and Twitter in for hearings on civil rights violations, and media manipularions against Trump.

    Let’s see how their stock price fares when words like “nationalization”, ” anti trust” and “regulation” go viral!

    • To your list of legal terms in quotation marks, Afterthought, you might want to add “defamation,” which is probably what the women whom Trump called liars, for their allegations of sexual misconduct on his part, will be suing for. We don’t yet know who’s going to get BTFO.

        • No–just wondering what the lawyers for those women are up to, while the geniuses here, at Occidental Dissent, are pulling legal terms out of their asses.

          • They are probably contacting their tax attorney…Trump will shove the IRS so far up them it’ll…well this is a family show.

  2. Larry Schweikart ?@LarrySchweikart
    @HowieCarrShow @nypost Too bad he didn’t use real bullets. And too bad National Review wasn’t there too.

    • $cumlib$’ $trategy to prevent Trumpian Democracy in Europe

      This is what the EU needs to do to prevent Trumpism from spreading across the continent

      How will the east European strain of Trumpism affect the European Union? Is the EU about to splinter into closed economies led by strong, illiberal leaders?

      Fabio Mattioli
      18 November 2016
      The Independent Online

      (Photo : Victor Orban, Prime Minister of Hungary is just one example of Eastern Europe’s own version of Trumpism)

      For most liberal pundits a Trump presidency was inconceivable—at least until it happened. As a scholar of Eastern Europe, I was neither surprised nor shocked: I felt as if I had seen it before.

      The election was won in America’s rust belt, where once-prosperous cities host only skeletal memories of their buzzing life. Abandoned factories, empty halls and decaying police stations in Detroit look just like crumbling department stores in Probistip, in eastern Macedonia, once one the most prosperous municipalities of socialist Yugoslavia.

      Well before landing on American shores, Trumpism was thriving in east European rusting industrial landscapes. In the last decade, disgruntled citizens handed power to authoritarian leaders such as Victor Orban in Hungary, Andrzej Duda in Poland, Nikola Gruevski in Macedonia and Aleksandar Vucic in Serbia.

      Since the 1990s, austerity measures denied social mobility to the working and lower middle class and East European Trumpism, with its mixture of economic protectionism and Social Darwinism, has proved to be an appealing alternative to orthodox liberal economics – especially for those who have an increasingly bleak view of their future.

      “Orbanomics” helped Hungary avoid financial meltdown. Refusing IMF proposals, Orban taxed foreign banks and corporations and protected consumers who had bought mortgages in Swiss francs, all the while cutting social spending on the most vulnerable social groups. In 2015, Hungary’s GDP was growing at 2.9 per cent, almost twice the Eurozone average of 1.7 per cent. Despite its large inequality, Russia withstood the global crisis surprisingly well and its economy has proved resilient to the fall of gas and oil prices and to economic sanctions.

      How will the east European strain of Trumpism affect the European Union? Is the EU about to splinter into closed economies led by strong, illiberal leaders? Encroaching nationalisms might put a stop to free movement, and make the Schengen no-passport zone a relic of the past. But the economic realities suggest a more complex picture.

      EU markets, investments and aid support the power structure of Orban, Kaczynski, or other east European authoritarian leaders. EU funds were crucial for Gruevski in Macedonia, who redirected them towards his own close circles of oligarchs. In 2014, 77 per cent of Hungarian exports were destined for EU countries, while 89 per cent of the €171bn invested by foreigners in Poland was from the EU.

      Virtually the entire banking sector of east Europe is owned by western banks. Unlike Britain, whose economy relies on more remunerative industries and is connected to multilateral financial flows, east Europe is bound to EU money.

      This doesn’t mean that the EU will embrace illiberalism but the emergence of an alternative model of economic and political organisation represents an opportunity as well as a threat. Just as “actually existing socialism” forced European capitalism to invent social welfare, Trumpism might push European elites to rethink decades of unchecked privatisation and free-market reforms that, since the 1990s, fuelled economic bubbles in Portugal, Greece, Spain, Ireland, with money generated by cutting down German wages.

      The only way to avoid Trumpism is to propose a credible alternative to neoliberalism, whose “free fox in a free hen-house” market model is increasingly unsatisfying. If what lies ahead for our increasingly indebted economies is the social devastation seen in Greece, there is no doubt that Trumpism will soon triumph in the EU.

      (Fabio Mattioli is a fellow at the Center for European & Mediterranean Studies, New York University)

      This is more scumlib wishful thinking.

      Note that he says, “. In 2014, 77 per cent of Hungarian exports were destined for EU countries, while 89 per cent of the €171bn invested by foreigners in Poland was from the EU.” (No sources provided)

      He implies that this financial leverage could be used to squeeze Hungary and the EU.

      In fact (1) much of that “investment” is used to further corrupt the East (2) genuine trade and investment would continue (3) he’s obviously referring to trade and investment with/from EU-located businesses, not “The EU” (4) Russia and other Eastern markets would open up more if the EU tried to have an economic war with the East.

      For people who think of themselves as intellectuals, scumlibs are very slow learners.

  3. The candor and honesty is so refreshing and coming from POTUS elect no less. Lying Press will be screeching it’s the end of free speech, something they already know a great deal about from stifling ours.

  4. Just found out that 4chan came under DDoS attack at roughly the same time as OD for the #PizzaGate investigation.

  5. Not only is Trump not becoming more “moderate” after the election as they had hoped, he is getting stronger and staying the course.

  6. ‘I hate your network, everyone at CNN is a liar and you should be ashamed,’

    Said no cuck president ever.

  7. When somebody want to harass #lügenpresse then one trick what works well is remember them Nurenberg and how Julius Streicher and his Der Stürmer ended up.

  8. And to think all the conservatives, cucks and even some of the alt-righters spent too much of their lives pining for a smart badge from the MSM and establishment only to have Trump come along and finally do the right thing and deliver a swift kick to a rotten structure.

    In short it is a lot more productive to delegitimize the establishment than to get a smart badge for your “Super secret smarty plans for world domination.”

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