Is This How Reporters Earn Their Stripes? | Beaufort County Now

Some people are arrested for violating other's rights and other people are instead allowed to go to the White House and insult the President of these United States. President Trump, Olivia Nuzzi, trespassing, News Media, humor, funny Corey Lewandowski
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Is This How Reporters Earn Their Stripes?

    Olivia Nuzzi is the reporter who recently asked President Trump, "If an American President loses more Americans over the course 6 weeks than died in the entirety of the Vietnam War, does he deserve to be re-elected?"

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   Ari Fleisher, a former White House Press Secretary Tweeted a very good response...

Ari Fleischer

✔@AriFleischer

    It’s clown questions like this that can make the briefing a waste of time. The only point of that question was to provoke. Not learn anything new. Not provide information to viewers. The point was to get under Trump’s skin. Good to see potus rose above and didn’t take the bait.

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    The President gave her a very controlled, respectful and fact-filled answer.

    How could this be? Does not the News Media keep saying the President is out of control and disrespectful of the News Media.

    In my humble opinion, this was the perfect time to be out of control and disrespectful of the News Media

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    What else has Olivia Nuzzi done with her Reporting Life?

   This did not make much news (at least I never heard about it).

   The link to where I got the information for this Bullet Point List has been placed below the Bullet Point List. If you want to check up on me, read all about it...

  • In May of 2018 former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski sued New York Magazine after one of its reporters entered his home when no one was there and took photos and allegedly stole his picture book.
  • Liberal reporter Olivia Nuzzi admitted she entered Corey’s home without permission.
  • She said she knocked for 10 minutes and no one came to the door...
    » This is a Nonsense Defense.
    » There is no law that says, if you knock for 10 minutes, you can then enter a home and trespass and violate the privacy of the person who is not home.
    » There s no law that says you must stay at home at all times just in case a reporter from New York Magazine comes to your door and knocks for 10 minutes.
    » This reporter is a slow learner. She kept knocking for 10 minutes. Even I would have figured out long before 10 minutes that no one was home. Does it sound like I am in doubt that she really knocked for 10 minutes?
  • She says she just touched the door knob and the door opened...
    » This is another law I did not know about. Is there really a law that says, if you just touch a door knob and the door opens, you can then enter a home and trespass and violate the privacy of the person who is not home?
    » Oh, I get it, the law must stipulate that you can’t twist a door knob to enter a home and trespass and violate the privacy of the person who is not home but, if you only touch the door knob, then it is OK to trespass and violate the privacy of the person who is not home.
  • She took a picture inside the house of a wall with a scroll reading, “The wilderness shall blossom as the rose” and tweeted the picture and a message to make sure the world knew she was a trespasser who had violated the privacy of a person who was not home at the time she entered the home.

    The Promised Link: https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2018/05/creepy-new-york-magazine-reporter-enters-corey-lewandowskys-home-posts-photo-on-twitter-album-goes-missing/

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   Final question from me...

    Why was she allowed to be in the Press Pool asking questions of the President of the United States? Did she earn the right to be there because she entered a home and trespassed and violated the privacy of a person who is not home at the time she entered the unoccupied home?

    Would I kid u?

    Smartfella



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