The Buzz with Deneen Borelli

In today's fast-paced news and political world, liberal buzz words often take the place of objective facts, in order to twist and bend talking points into reality. Deneen Borelli cuts through the rhetoric to give you a fresh and honest conservative take on the hot topics of the day.
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Feb 21, 2017

Senator McCain generated national headlines by criticizing President Trump over the president’s comments about the left-wing media. 


On NBC's "Meet the Press," McCain twisted Trump's critical comments about the media to claim the president wants to shut down free speech. 


McCain also compared Trump's admonishment of the media to a strategy used by dictators. 


Earlier in the week, McCain said the Trump administration was in "disarray" at a meeting in Germany. 


By attacking Trump, McCain will be the go-to Republican to provide critical comments about the president. 


McCain's anti-Trump effort was challenged by Senator Rand Paul (R-KY). 


Paul blasted McCain's senate record regarding foreign affairs and attributed the senator's criticism to a personal dispute between McCain and Trump.


Going forward, look for the media to use McCain as a vehicle to generate dissension among Republicans and hamper Trump's political goals.

Feb 14, 2017
Over the weekend Senator Al Franken (D-MN) appeared on HBO’s “Real Time with Bill Maher” and claimed that some of his Republican colleagues in the senate feel Trump is mentally unstable. 
Franken repeated that claim on CNN’s “State of the Union” with host Jake Tapper.  
Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) made similar remarks on NBC’s “Meet the Press.”   
In each interview, the hosts did not challenge the severe accusations that were made by the senators.
Left-wing politicians are colluding with the liberal media to create a negative image of Trump in order to damage the public's perception of the president. 
Similarly, NBC’s "Saturday Night Live" is trying to discredit Trump and his White House staff. 
The show portrayed White House Counselor Kellyanne Conway as a deranged woman in a skit based on the movie Fatal Attraction. 
Outraged over the Trump presidency, Democrats and their media allies are resorting to character assignation. 
Feb 8, 2017

The love affair between President Trump and some big businesses is over.

Not long ago Silicon Valley CEOs met with President Trump signaling a truce following the election.

Amazon, Google, Apple, Facebook representatives all met with President Trump when previously, these companies supported Hillary Clinton.

However, Trump's Executive Order temporarily banning travel from seven Muslim-dominated countries and a ban of Syrian refugees prompted these CEOs to challenge the president's extreme vetting plan.  


Trump’s Executive Order was blocked by a judge in Washington State and the CEOs filed amicus briefs supporting the temporary restraining order.

Starbucks CEO is also critical of Trump's executive order. In a letter to his employees, Schultz slammed Trump's policies including the president's extreme vetting effort.

By taking public action against Trump these CEOs are exposing their companies to public backlash.

Feb 1, 2017
Just ten days after leaving office, former President Obama surfaced to twist the truth about President Trump’s executive order on the refugee and travel bans. 
Obama claims Trump is discriminating against a religion — in other words in Obama’s eyes Trump is targeting Muslims. 
Only seven of the world’s 49 majority-Muslim countries are listed for the travel ban but Obama says the executive order targets a religion. 
Obama also failed to mention that he ordered a ban on Iraqi refugees for six months in 2011 because of terrorism concerns.  
The fact that Obama is a Democrat spokesperson shows the party is in chaos without a well-defined leader.
Trump is delivering on his campaign promise to address the refugee crisis, immigration, and terrorism. 
Importantly, according to a Reuters poll, forty-nine percent of Americans support Trump's executive order.