I double dog dare you to check out the front page of the New York Times and the Washington Post right now. Right. Now.

Well, you may have missed the good stuff because it was so embarrassing both papers may have come to their senses and taken the drek down.

Take the lead of today’s story in the Times on the email chain released by Donald Trump Jr. between himself and the person setting up the now famous meeting between Donald Jr and a so called Russian attorney.

The June 3, 2016, email sent to Donald Trump Jr. could hardly have been more explicit: One of his father’s former Russian business partners had been contacted by a senior Russian government official and was offering to provide the Trump campaign with dirt on Hillary Clinton.

The documents “would incriminate Hillary and her dealings with Russia and would be very useful to your father,” read the email, written by a trusted intermediary, who added, “This is obviously very high level and sensitive information but is part of Russia and its government’s support for Mr. Trump.

He replied within minutes: “If it’s what you say I love it especially later in the summer.””

Who wrote that email to Donald Trump Jr? A music business pr man who had met the younger Trump in Moscow in 2013 when the Trump organization staged the Miss Universe Pageant there.

In his email that pr man, Rob Goldstone, said his Russian pop star client said his real estate developer father said there was an attorney who would meet with Trump people and who said there was information “incriminating” Hillary Clinton in the possession of the Russian government, which would gladly pass it on in an effort to help the Trump campaign.

Blame Donald Trump Jr for being taken in by such a transparent pile of crap, if you must. But please do not–as we have heard from former Vice Presidential candidate Tim Kaine–try to pass this off as “collusion” between the Russian government and Trump.

A flack who normally pitches People Magazine and Rolling Stone is now pitching a meeting between a so called Russian attorney and a Presidential candidate’s son sounds much more like the activities of a wanna be courtier than cloak and dagger superpower skullduggery.

I mean, just look at the guy! I put his picture above just to make sure you knew what we’re talking about here. And by the way, the Times refers to Mr. Goldstone as a “business associate” instead of calling him what he is: a flack who has spent his career getting the likes of Michael Jackson on the covers of vapid fan mags.

The Washington Post was even worse, if that’s possible.

Here are its headlines on the front page within minutes of Donald Trump Jr.’s release of the emails between himself and the music industry flack:

“Donald Trump Jr. was told campaign meeting would be with ‘Russian government attorney,’ according to emails”

Trump’s son may have crossed the legal line on collusion.”

Donald Trump Jr.’s emails about the meeting with a Russia lawyer annotated.

Analysis: The timeline leading up to the meeting.

And of course the Post’s whackadoodle lefty columnists jumped in with both feet. Op-Ed writer Ruth Marcus said the emails “could hardly be more incriminating.”

What could hardly be more incriminating is the lather these professional journos have worked up about one sucky-uppy email from a Trump hanger-on about third hand hearsay and gossip that the Kremlin had the goods on Hillary and was anxious to help the Trump campaign.
Don Jr. may have been suckered by some sleazy sharpies who speak with a Russian accent, but the idea that these emails prove a conspiratorial plot on the part of the Trumps and the Russians is just a steaming pile of dream-on.


  1. I simply cannot find the words to express how un-utterably tired I am of this farce that the fake media insist on force feeding everyone! There was NO collusion, dingalings. President Trump won the election fair and square. The majority of PA voted for him and obviously, the rest of the country agreed with us. Donald Trump, Jr did what any red blooded American son would have done. He simply listened to see if there were any grains to help his dear Father win his quest. It doesn’t matter, since President Trump did not need to smear Hillary -she did that on her own.

  2. Dear John, please consider the possibility that the clown show was only intended to ascertain whether the Trump folks would be receptive to whatever Russia has to offer.

    The Trump star team booked and attended a meeting which accomplished only one thing: a confirmation that that sort of receptivity was at a high point

  3. Thank You I miss you on Fox Radio but all happens for the best, glad I found your broadcast keep the good work !

    Manuel Navarro

  4. The Times and Post think if they just expend enough ink they can make a 20 minute meeting with a Russian lobbyist into a crime and far worse than accepting $145m from Russian energy interests in exchange for approving the sale of U.S. nuclear fuel.

  5. I hope the Dems obsess on this all the way through the 2018 elections. It just makes them look like rank hypocrites and uninterested in actually governing.

  6. I continue to fully support President Trump. The uproar over this is part of the ongoing journey to discredit him…the bipartisan effort to sabotage the success of his agenda, as well as, draining the swamp.
    Personally, the reference of the Russian government in the email is suspicious. One would expect more caution. Question entrapment.
    Fully expect, the media will continue this narrative to create doubt in his supporters and limit new ones. Hope is to delay/deny success to influence the 2018 elections.
    The GOP seems to believe…incorrectly…that support will continue without Trump.
    I appreciate your efforts to fairly assess and report the news regardless of my opinion.

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