Will The Global Anti-establishment Movement Make Donald Trump President?
The political anti-establishment movement is global.
Last week, a majority of British voters supported a referendum favoring Brexit, the British exit from the European Union.
The European migrant crisis, the rise of terror and global competitiveness driven by a bureaucratic maze resulted in British voters in favor of the Brexit.
Importantly, the same issues are troubling Americans especially the feeling the U.S. government is not representing the will of the people.
Will the anti-establishment wave be strong enough to elect presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump for president?
In this week’s edition of “The Buzz," Deneen describes the details and motivations of the anti-establishment movement here and abroad and the implications for the presidential election.
The Obama administration is up to its propaganda games again following the horrific terrorist attack at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida.
The administration got caught redhanded trying to manipulate the truth by attempting to only release edited transcripts from the 911 phone calls from the terrorist, Omar Mateen.
On Sunday, Attorney General Loretta Lynch said the Department of Justice would release an edited version of the phone transcripts from the terrorist, Omar Mateen. The edited transcript failed to mention that Mateen considered himself as an ISIS soldier and his loyalty to the leader of ISIS.
The next day, following a backlash from the public, the administration reversed its initial decision and decided to release the unedited version of the transcript.
On this week’s edition of "The Buzz," Deneen describes the details and the motivation behind Obama’s latest propaganda effort.
President Obama Endorses Hillary Clinton to Protect His Legacy
President Obama endorsed Hillary Clinton following the last Democrat primaries on June 7 that gave her the delegates she needed to secure the party’s nomination for president.
During his video endorsement Obama said, “I don’t think there’s ever been someone so qualified to hold this office.”
Obama also said he would join Clinton on the campaign trail.
This endorsement sends a powerful signal to the FBI and the Department of Justice who are investigating Clinton about the unsecured email system and her family’s foundation.
In this week’s edition of “The Buzz,” Deneen discusses Obama’s endorsement and the true motives behind his decision.
The lies and deception from the Obama administration continue to impact the nuclear deal with Iran.
Previously, it was revealed the deal was sold to the public and Congress through a White House directed effort to manipulate the media. Now it’s discovered that a State Department video in response to a question from Fox News reporter James Rosen was edited to delete an embarrassing answer.
At the time Jen Psaki, then State Department spokesman, essentially admitted it was acceptable for the administration to lie about secret negotiations with Iran. The eight minute exchange with Rosen and Psaki was deleted from the Department’s video.
The State Department admitted the edit but it remains unknown who asked for the change.
Also, Michelle Obama dealt the race card during a commencement speech at the City University of New York.
In addition to making a backhand reference to Donald Trump’s goal of building a wall, Mrs. Obama told the graduating class that her home, the White House, was built by slaves. Despite having lived a privileged life, Mrs. Obama sees the world through a race colored lens that sees racial bias everywhere.
In this episode of “The Buzz,” Deneen provides details about the State Department’s edited video tape to hide the truth about the origins of the Iranian nuclear deal and Michelle Obama’s latest race card antics.
A black Louisiana State Representative made national news over her views about the Declaration of Independence.
While debating a bill for school children to learn and recite the Declaration of Independence, Democratic Representative Barbara Norton implied the founding document was racist since it only applied to whites at the time it was written.
Norton's effort was successful - the sponsor pulled the bill from consideration.
In this edition of “The Buzz,” Deneen discusses the fallout over Norton's actions and how progressives selectively distort history.