Good Question- Where IS The Outrage?

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Jim Jordan, How Did We Get to This Point

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The Washington Post…, “Democracy dies on its pages.”  – Mr. Erickson Rules!


I’m responding to a recent article in The Washington Post titled, “Sarah Sanders Watch: ‘Mouthpiece for fascism’?”The article is by Erik Wemple, a media critic for The Washington Post, whose tag line is “Democracy dies in darkness.”It must be getting pretty “dark” over there at the old Washington Post.
EXCERPT:

…was it Sarah Sanders who was pushing the false narrative of Russian collusion for the last 2 years, or was it the “liberal propaganda,” “mainstream” media?

Who again are the fascists attempting to control the media?

In addition…, who in “the media” are the ones accounting for over 90% negative articles concerning President Trump? If you take out the positive stories (or at least the non-negative ones) by Fox News, that means the rest of “the media” is basically 100% negative 100% of the time. And saying that doesn’t even cause me to flinch.

Who again are the fascists attempting to control the narrative through negative propaganda and by omission?

Your cover has been blown Eric Wemple. Just like the cover has been blown for all of the “biased, liberal propaganda, fake news media” since President Trump ran for president.

The “mainstream” media being anywhere close to fair and balanced is the problem here, not Sarah Sanders.

 

The Washington Post…, “Democracy dies on its pages.”  – Mr. Erickson Rules!

Forgery operation in Oregon produced over 10,000 fake documents – Business Insider

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Located in an apartment in a primarily Hispanic town in Oregon, a clandestine lab churned out thousands of fake Social Security cards, drivers’ licenses and immigration documents that were sold around the United States for years.

The operation, revealed for the first time Tuesday in a federal court document, showed that a syndicate based in Oaxaca, Mexico, operated the forged-document factory in Woodburn, a town of 24,000 in an agricultural region a half-hour’s drive from Portland.

Employers, including farms, nurseries, and wineries, routinely employ people who are in the United States illegally but who can produce a Social Security card or work visa. Many agricultural employers say it’s not their responsibility — and that they lack the expertise — to determine if the documents are genuine.

Miguel Merecias-LopeIn this Feb. 28, 2019, photo provided by the Columbia County Jail is Miguel Merecias-Lopez. Merecias-Lopez has pleaded guilty Tuesday, March 5, 2019, in Portland, Ore., to conspiracy to produce false identification documents and possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

Columbia County Jail via APThe arrest on Sept. 21, 2017, of Miguel Merecias-Lopez in a fast-food restaurant parking lot in Woodburn reveals how, in many cases, such documents are produced.

Merecias-Lopez pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court in Portland to conspiracy to produce false identification documents and possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine.

He had gone to the parking lot to sell more than a kilogram (2.2 pounds) of meth, prosecutors said.Homeland Security Investigations had already been looking at the syndicate they called the “Fraud Doc Ring” before the arrest, said Kevin Sonoff, spokesman for the United States Attorney’s Office in Portland.

After Merecias-Lopez was arrested, investigators went to his apartment and found computers, scanners, laminators, cameras and a high-resolution printer.

“The fraud ring operated in Woodburn for more than a decade and produced over 10,000 fraudulent documents that they distributed in Woodburn or mailed to customers around the United States,” US Attorney Billy Williams and Assistant US Attorney Peter Sax said in the plea agreement posted Tuesday in court documents. Previous detailed court documents remain under seal.

Source: Forgery operation in Oregon produced over 10,000 fake documents – Business Insider