Anderson Coopers Eye Roll

CNN)CNN's Anderson Cooper had White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on his show Tuesday night to talk about the stunning news that President Trump had fired FBI Director James Comey.
Cooper played Conway a series of clips from the 2016 presidential campaign in which Trump lavished praise on Comey. (On Oct. 31, Trump said that Comey had "guts" to re-open the investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server.)
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"Thanks for the trip down memory lane," Conway responded. "I was on your show often last fall saying we were going to win Michigan and how we were going to do it, so that was fun."
As Conway was talking, Anderson did this (shout out to CNN's Brenna Williams for the GIF and you can watch the full interview above):
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Which is what we were all thinking.
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CNN: 'Anderson Cooper's eyeroll is all of us right now'
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This is what you get from CNN, Communist News Network.  They don't report the news,  their objective is to go after Trump. Trump Trump Trumpity Trump!
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The liberal media is a down right joke.
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  2. Brn2bfree


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    I wonder if he rolls his eyes at his boyfriend like a little bitch that he is?

    May 14, 2017
  3. stevehayes13

    The notion that CNN is communist is risible.

    May 14, 2017
    1. Brn2bfree

      You don’t believe it?

      May 14, 2017
      1. stevehayes13

        Of course I do not accept that CNN is communist.

        May 15, 2017
        1. Brn2bfree

          You probably don’t even think that they .. (CNN)
          1. Are all in it for one party rule….. just like a communist party
          2. They’re trying hard to be a state run media ….just like a communist party.
          3. Are relentless in taking down the opposition by making up news…. just like a communist party.
          4. If they can’t be objective then they are hacks for their side…just like a communist party.
          Let me ask you this… Do you think that CNN is heavily biased towards the left? (Democrats0?

          May 15, 2017
          1. stevehayes13

            The Democrat Party is not communist. Neither is CNN. They are neoliberal globalists.

            May 15, 2017
            1. Brn2bfree

              When you don’t see that CNN is a part of the Democrat party… then you might be a …
              A far left liberal. Or…. the way you put it.
              They (you) are neoliberal globalists’

              May 15, 2017
            2. mrmacq

              that doesnt make them communist herr brn
              …remember the conversation?

              May 15, 2017
        2. Brn2bfree

          Journalists shower Hillary Clinton with campaign cash | Center for …

          https://www.publicintegrity.org/…/journalists-shower-hillary-clinton-campaign-cash

          Oct 17, 2016 – Journalists shower Hillary Clinton with campaign cash … campaign manager-turned-CNN commentator Corey Lewandowski — are not … News about ethics, campaign donations, lobbying and influence in …. about journalists and media executives giving money to Clinton? ….. Don’t trust the liberal media?

          May 15, 2017
          1. stevehayes13

            And Hillary Clinton is not a communist.

            May 15, 2017
            1. Brn2bfree

              Do you think that CNN is heavily biased to the left?

              May 15, 2017
    2. willsblog

      Most of the media is Liberal, biased and propaganda for the Left. It was EVIDENT during the election as they continued to report how “great” Hillary Clinton was doing despite the OBVIOUS lack of attendance at her rallies. There were thousands of people at every Donald Trump rally but of course the Liberal media ignored THAT.

      May 14, 2017
      1. mrmacq

        whats that got to do with communist?
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        oh wait, appears i have to do it again
        since dildo doesnt understand the meaning of words
        communist
        a person who believes in communism
        communism
        Economic and social system in which all (or nearly all) property and resources are collectively owned by a classless society and not by individual citizens. …

        May 15, 2017
      2. Brn2bfree

        . OBVIOUS lack of attendance at her rallies. There
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        The attendance at Trump rallies where huuuge and people many cases were outside of the stadiums. I think he won the popular vote. Democrats are thick as thieves.
        I’m glad that they are investigating voter fraud.. I’m hoping that there will be a large numbers of voter fraud uncovered.

        May 15, 2017
        1. willsblog

          It was obvious to a thinking person but, not so much for a low information Liberal. When you’ve got Liberals who get their “news” from shows like Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmie Fallon, their bound to accept whatever drivel is set before them by the Liberal media.

          May 15, 2017
          1. mrmacq

            you say such stoopid shit

            May 15, 2017
  4. mrmacq

    you wouldnt believe how many eye rolls i’ve given you after you post stoopid shit

    May 14, 2017
    1. PTF

      You try playing hard-to-get with Brn with your s-t-u-p-i-d s**t.
      I imagine hundreds of women do the same to you.

      May 14, 2017
      1. willsblog

        mrmacq would not believe how many eye rolls HE’S gotten from me by the ridiculous, made up and utter nonsense that he seems to dream up as well.

        May 14, 2017
        1. mrmacq

          what?
          ya mean like how your gawd frowns on liars?

          May 14, 2017
        2. mrmacq

          or perhaps the actual meaning of words

          May 14, 2017
        3. mrmacq

          perhaps when i explain real history

          May 14, 2017
        4. mrmacq

          have you learned the difference between debt and deficit yet?

          May 14, 2017
      2. mrmacq

        eye rolls?
        you betcha
        specially when i tell them about some of the stoopid people that post to thoughts

        May 14, 2017
      3. mrmacq

        …say hello

        May 14, 2017
  5. mrmacq

    Here’s why: When asked about the ongoing Russia investigation — or any other topic they’d rather not talk about — the Trump White House insists there is no point in “relitigating” the past. Asked during Tuesday’s press briefing about the 18 day gap between when the White House learned national security adviser Michael Flynn may have been compromised by the Russians and when Trump fired Flynn, White House press secretary Sean Spicer responded: “We’re not going to relitigate the past on this. think we’ve been very clear as to what happened and why it happened. I think the president made the right decision, and we’ve moved on.”
    The problem with that defense is that Trump loves to relitigate the past — in particular the 2016 election. During an interview to mark his 100th day in office, Trump handed out electoral maps with the counties he won marked in red. At his 100 day speech in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania he went on a long tangent about how no one thought he could win Pennsylvania and then he did.
    At every turn, literally, Trump finds a way to mention how a) he won and b) everyone said he wouldn’t. Ditto all of Trump’s spokespeople — including Conway.
    So:
    1. There’s no point in relitigating the past.
    2. Did we mention that Trump won the 2016 election?
    Those two things just don’t go together. Or pass the smell test. An eyeroll is the right response here.

    May 14, 2017
  6. Brn2bfree


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    Most of these fools in the media had a shit fit when Trump won and Hillary lost. Some of them are still butt soar and are going after him every time they can.
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    I say cut them off. No more press briefings. They can turn in their question. What’s the use anymore?
    They would kiss Obama’s ass but now with Trump, they are hysterical.
    That is why I say CNN is Communist News Network… They want to be State run media sooo bad. They are stooges for the Democrat party. They want to cut the opposition by the knees.

    May 14, 2017
    1. Brn2bfree

      ….. or is it… ‘at the knees’?

      May 14, 2017
    2. mrmacq

      “They want to be State run "
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      stoopid comment of the day

      May 14, 2017
      1. Brn2bfree

        They are not objective and they are for the Democrat ruling elites. They all support Democrats who are as socialist and fear monger just like the communists. They want to stay in power and destroy the opposition through the media. Just like a communist and that’s what makes them state run media. When you are going to represent one party then you are no longer objective but a hack.
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        You don’t see that CNN and ETC. are biased hard to the left. #youramoronahole they are freaking out dude. Wake upfool.

        May 15, 2017
        1. mrmacq

          democrats are liberal ya moron, not socialists
          youre as pathetic as dildo

          May 15, 2017
          1. Brn2bfree

            Democrats are socialists….
            Socialism breads communism.
            The liberal media like CNN are part of the Democrats
            Liberals don’t seem to understand that.

            May 15, 2017
            1. mrmacq

              you are so fucked up

              May 15, 2017
    3. PTF

      Lester Holt was unprofessional when Mr. Trump won.
      Stephanoctopus ?
      This is why I asked…who watches ABC News ???

      May 14, 2017
      1. mrmacq

        and what of the repulsive congressman who shouted out liar at obama?
        was he professional?

        May 14, 2017
    4. mrmacq

      “I say cut them off”
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      werent you the one bitching about the so-called “war” between Fox News and the obama White House?
      also
      A ruling issued on Monday by a federal judge in Manhattan, in a case brought by a freelance journalist without a lawyer, may interest the cock holster White House. The judge said that the New York Police Department may have violated the First Amendment by revoking the press credentials of the journalist, Jason B. Nicholas.
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      The ruling was preliminary, and the Police Department said it had legitimate reasons for its actions. But Judge J. Paul Oetken’s decision was timely, following as it did the exclusion of several news organizations from a Friday briefing at the White House.
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      “It has been held impermissible,” Judge Oetken wrote, “to exclude a single television news network from live coverage of mayoral candidates’ headquarters and to withhold White House press passes in a content-based or arbitrary fashion.”
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      Last Friday’s developments at the White House crossed that legal line, said Jameel Jaffer, the director of the Knight First Amendment Institute at Columbia University.
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      “That was unconstitutional,” he said. “If you exclude reporters from briefings that they otherwise have a right to attend because you don’t like their reporting, then you have engaged in viewpoint discrimination.” Viewpoint discrimination by the government in a public forum is almost always unconstitutional.
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      …but…fuck your constitution, right herr brn?

      May 14, 2017
      1. Brn2bfree

        Holder says ‘subpoena’ to Fox News reporter is his one regret
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        Attorney General Eric Holder says he has one regret: his department’s court order for Fox News reporter James Rosen’s emails labeling him a criminal “co-conspirator.”
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        The outgoing attorney general, who recently announced his retirement, addressed the controversial episode during the “Washington Ideas Forum” on Wednesday. Asked what decision he wishes he could do over, Holder said: “I think about the subpoena to the Fox reporter, Rosen.”
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        Holder was referring to a 2010 search warrant application seeking Rosen’s emails. The Justice Department at the time was investigating who leaked information contained in a series of reports by Rosen in 2009 about North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.
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        In the course of seeking Rosen’s emails, an FBI agent submitted an affidavit claiming there was evidence that Rosen broke the law, “at the very least, either as an aider, abettor and/or co-conspirator.” The affidavit went so far as to invoke the Espionage Act — pertaining to the unauthorized gathering and transmitting of defense information.
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        On Wednesday, Holder said that application could have been done “differently” and “better.”
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        “I think that I could have been a little more careful looking at the language that was contained in the filing that we made with the court — that he was labeled as a co-conspirator,” Holder said, while claiming they did that “as a result of the statute.”
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        Rosen, who serves as chief Washington correspondent for Fox News, said in response that the attorney general’s comments “scarcely address” his role in the case.
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        “Throughout this ordeal for my family and me, I have tried to keep my head down and continue covering — and breaking — the news. I consider myself blessed to have an employer in Fox News, and a boss in Roger Ailes, who have stood by me and enabled me to remain focused on what matters most to me in professional terms: first-rate journalism,” Rosen said in a statement. “At some later point, I may have more to say about this entire controversy, which — as commentators from across the ideological spectrum have noted — does indeed raise serious concerns about the state of press freedoms under the present administration. Suffice to say for now that the attorney general’s latest comments about my case, like his previous remarks, scarcely address the relevant facts of his conduct.”
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        Though Rosen was never charged, the revelation about the affidavit — and other details about the Justice Department’s tracking of his communications and movement — prompted outrage from media and free-press organizations. Days before the information about the affidavit was made public, Holder had testified he knew nothing of the “potential prosecution” of the press. House Republicans later issued a formal report accusing Holder of misleading Congress with “deceptive” testimony.
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        Though the warrant application was from 2010, the incident only became public in May 2013 — shortly after the Justice Department took heat for obtaining two months’ worth of phone records for Associated Press employees.
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        The cases led to a department review of how it interacts with the media.
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        Holder, while stopping short of an apology, cited both those incidents on Wednesday in explaining why the department adjusted its policies.
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        President Obama, in May 2013, also had said he was “troubled” over the impact his administration’s leak probes could have on the press. The DOJ review culminated with new guidelines in July 2013 saying members of the media would “not be subject to prosecution based solely on newsgathering activities.” They said the agency would exercise the right to use unspecified “tools” to gather evidence from media figures “only as a last resort.”
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        The updated review also called for Congress to consider implementing a media shield law-legislation to protect a reporter’s right to refuse to testify. Congress has yet to enact the any legislation on the matter, though several states have similar laws on the books.
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        http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2014/10/29/holder-says-subpoena-to-fox-news-reporter-is-his-one-regret.html
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        …..you’re a dick comrade. Look at what the last administration did. Yeah the Constitution.

        May 15, 2017
        1. mrmacq

          whats that got to do with barring reporters?

          May 15, 2017
          1. Brn2bfree

            …but…fuck your (our) constitution, right comrade?

            May 15, 2017
            1. mrmacq

              ours is different than yours herr brn
              and yes, thats exactly what your saying

              May 15, 2017
  7. deaconjim

    If only California had sent more voters to PA, OH, MI, and WI.

    May 14, 2017
    1. Brn2bfree

      Maybe this administration will finally prosecute those who committed voter fraud.
      That’s what you liberals can’t stand… that this administration is enforcing the laws.
      Just the threat of a wall has decreased illegals entering by 70%. To you fools on the left this is something to have a fit over.

      May 15, 2017
      1. mrmacq

        The data is likely to please supporters of President Trump and could let him take credit for quickly making good on his promise to clamp down on illegal immigration. “The early results show that enforcement matters, deterrence matters, and that comprehensive immigration enforcement can make an impact,” John F. Kelly, the homeland security secretary, said in a statement.
        BUT>>>
        The flow of people across the United States’ southern border has long depended on many factors, including the economy and violence in their home countries, and even the weather. But chief among them is America’s own immigration policy, and experts said they were not surprised to see a slowdown even before Mr. Trump’s executive orders on immigration have taken full effect or his signature wall has been built.

        “Deterrence through perception is central to these executive orders,” said Faye Hipsman, a policy analyst at the Migration Policy Institute. “Even floating the possibility of expanding detention at the border makes somebody less likely to come.”

        Continue reading the main story
        Since taking office, Mr. Trump has made clear that undocumented immigrants will have a tougher time getting into and staying in the United States. Beyond planning to build a border wall, a rallying cry during his campaign, he has expanded the authority of immigration enforcement officers and pledged to hire more of them; raised the threshold for entry to the United States based on claims of persecution back home; and called for more detentions and quicker deportations of those already in the country illegally.

        Mark Krikorian, executive director of the Center for Immigration Studies, a Washington-based group that favors more limits on immigration, said all signs pointed to a decline in migration similar to that seen after the Reagan administration’s sweeping immigration reform law of 1986. It gave amnesty to many immigrants who had entered the United States before 1982, while promising tighter security at the Mexican border and tough penalties for companies hiring undocumented workers.

        “The talk of tougher enforcement can, in fact, lead to reductions in the flow, but only for a short period of time if the words aren’t backed up with action,” Mr. Krikorian said. During the Reagan years, he said, “the promises of tougher enforcement didn’t exactly pan out.”
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        PS
        mexico aint payin for the stoopid stoopid wall (yes, two stoopid’s)
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        your taxes just went up, herr brn

        May 15, 2017
      2. mrmacq

        PS
        there was no voter fraud
        and yes you’ll be payin for that commission as well
        you must love higher taxation

        May 15, 2017
        1. mrmacq

          Myth of Voter Fraud
          It is important to protect the integrity of our elections. But we must be careful not to undermine free and fair access to the ballot in the name of preventing voter fraud.

          President Donald Trump has repeatedly, and falsely, claimed millions voted illegally. Yet examination after examination of voter fraud claims reveal fraud is very rare, voter impersonation is nearly non-existent, and much of the problems associated with alleged fraud relates to unintentional mistakes by voters or election administrators. Election officials and leaders of the president’s own party also agree fraud is not widespread.
          https://www.brennancenter.org/issues/voter-fraud
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          what a waste of funds that would be better spent on PP

          May 15, 2017
        2. mrmacq

          https://www.brennancenter.org/publication/truth-about-voter-fraud
          http://www.projectvote.org/wp-content/uploads/2007/03/Politics_of_Voter_Fraud_Final.pdf
          https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2017/02/28/we-cant-find-any-evidence-of-voting-fraud-in-new-hampshire/?utm_term=.9cd3660c5542
          https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/wonk/wp/2014/08/06/a-comprehensive-investigation-of-voter-impersonation-finds-31-credible-incidents-out-of-one-billion-ballots-cast/?utm_term=.f069f0d86f54
          http://votingrights.news21.com/article/election-fraud/
          https://votingwars.news21.com/voter-fraud-is-not-a-persistent-problem/
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          stoopid stoopid stoopid

          May 15, 2017
      3. mrmacq

        PPS
        you do realize the cock holster employed illegals…right?
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        Florida Sen. Marco Rubio charged Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump with hypocrisy for hiring undocumented immigrants for his real estate projects instead of American citizens.
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        “He hired from Poland, and he had to pay a million dollars or so in a judgment,” Rubio said. “That’s a fact. People can look it up. I’m sure people are Googling it right now, ‘Trump Polish workers.’ You’ll see $1 million for hiring illegal workers on one of his projects. He did.”
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        “Wrong, wrong,” Thee cock holster said.
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        We did some Googling and also reached out to the Rubio campaign, which referred us to media reports about a protracted class-action lawsuit involving his hiring of Polish aliens 36 years ago.

        Rubio is right about the Polish workers

        when are you going to realize the fucker is lying to you?
        never?

        May 15, 2017
      4. deaconjim

        That was sarcasm, Sheldon

        May 16, 2017