Obama’s Off-the-Record Briefings

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by stg58, Jan 4, 2016.

  1. stg58

    stg58 Monkey+++ Founding Member

    As stated this is all about barry's trusted media cabal planting his narrative out thyere.

    You can bet he has had off-the-record meetings on firearms.


    WASHINGTON — Hours after President Obama announced in a 2014 speech that he was escalating his campaign against Islamic extremists, a number of prominent columnists suggested they knew exactly what he was thinking.

    Michael Tomasky, a correspondent for The Daily Beast, wrote that “Obama clearly feels he has the constitutional authority to go after ISIS anywhere and everywhere.” Gerald F. Seib, the Washington bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal, was equally certain about what “the president calculated.”

    The next day, Fred Kaplan wrote in a Slate column that “Obama is loath to bring Iran or Assad’s Syria — both Shiite regimes — into the alliance” and asserted with confidence that “Obama is allergic to ‘mission creep.’”

    What none of the journalists told readers, because they had promised the White House that they would not, was that their attempts to portray the president’s intentions had followed a lengthy and secret meeting with Mr. Obama the day he delivered the speech.

    Technically off the record, the president’s extended conversation in the Roosevelt Room that afternoon with 18 prominent columnists was part of a White House tradition aimed at influencing Washington thought leaders without leaving fingerprints — and without fear that an offhand comment from the commander in chief would spark the latest social media firestorm.

    These presidential briefings are “a way for people to be able to set aside the urgency of supplying the latest quote from the president of the United States and sit back and listen to the broader argument,” said Josh Earnest, the White House press secretary. He declined to comment on the participants or the content of the discussions.
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  2. Brokor

    Brokor Live Free or Cry Moderator Site Supporter+++ Founding Member

    It's just more of the same propaganda --the politicians are once again attempting to convince the people that Democracy works.
    The truth is, these journalists are all vetted, if they step out of line, they lose their White House clearance. The media is entirely controlled by corporate assets all belonging to the same cabal, and most have bought into the lies which encompass this illusory world. The "President" would very much like for people to believe the Constitution applies, because it grants legitimacy to the illegal takeover of this nation every time they bring it into focus. The "Government" is a series of privately owned and run corporations, "The United States" is a bankrupt corporation managed by the IMF, which is wholly owned by Royal investors of the British Crown. We are once again slaves to the tyrant our forefathers resisted, only in this modern age, we stand divided and so very hopelessly lost.

    Nothing is real in this age of illusion.
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  3. Tikka

    Tikka Monkey+++

    0bama talking up a storm as usual pretending he is going after ISIS.

    0bama's air campaign could not take out ISIS tanks when they were attacking the Kurds.
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