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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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Dec 20, 2017
Politico's blockbuster story, "The secret backstory of how Obama let Hezbollah off the hook," exposes former President Obama's effort to undermine an investigation of theHezbollah terrorist group by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) to protect the nuclear deal with Iran.
 
According to Politico, the Justice Department stopped enforcement efforts by the DEA to stop Hezbollah from engaging in illegal activities including sales of illegal drugs in the U.S. as the Obama administration was negotiating the nuclear deal with Iran. 
 
The story fits the overall narrative that former President Obama was willing to do anything to get the Iran deal done including then-deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes misleading reporters about the important timing to negotiate with Iran. 
 
In this episode of "The Buzz," we discuss the Politico story that former President Obama did not break a Hezbollah illegal drug ring to protect the Iran nuclear agreement.  We'll delve into what happened, why it happened, the negative consequences and how the media is addressing this blockbuster story.
Dec 13, 2017
The credibility of the left-wing media is imploding because its advocacy agenda against President Trump is backfiring.
 
Over the past two weeks, ABC News and CNN reported fake news about President Trump. 
 
A CNN fake news report tried to tie Wikileaks to the Trump campaign through a story about Donald Trump Jr. 
 
The story by CNN was wrong in its assertion that President Trump's son had advanced knowledge about the contents of hacked documents from the Democrat National Committee. 
 
CNN reported an email informing Trump Jr. about the Wikileaks documents was sent on September 4, 2016, but the actual date of the email was September 14 - the hacked information was already publically available by that time. 
 
In addition, NBC morning host Megyn Kelly is trying to leverage the public interest in sexual harassment to boost her TV ratings. 
 
Kelly interviewed three women that claimed President Trump initiated inappropriate sexual interactions with them before he was elected president.   
 
In this episode of "The Buzz," we discuss recent examples of fake news, why the media is making mistakes and what you can do about it. 
Dec 6, 2017
There are two huge recent developments proving an extreme anti-President Trump agenda by the left-wing media and the FBI. 

 

 

ABC News reported a major fake news story that former Trump National Security Advisor Michael Flynn would testify that candidate Trump directed him to contact Russians on foreign affairs before the election.

 
The truth is, Flynn was told to contact Russian officials after the election.  
 
However, it took hours for ABC News to correct the story and chief investigative correspondent Brian Ross was suspended for four weeks without pay for reporting the story. 

 

 
Even more concerning is Peter Strzok, a former investigator of FBI Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team, was reassigned from the Russian collusion investigation because he sent anti-Trump text messages to his FBI lawyer girlfriend.

 

 

In this edition of “The Buzz,” we discuss the extreme anti-President Trump bias from the left-wing media and the FBI including Mueller's investigative team. 

Nov 29, 2017

Sexual harassment scandals are sweeping through Capitol Hill. 

 
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) defended Representative John Conyers (D-MI) over sexual harassment allegations on NBC News' "Meet the Press." 
 
During the interview, Pelosi called Conyers an "icon" and emphasized the need for due process to determine the basis of the allegations. 
 
Pelosi took to the national TV stage to send a message to fellow Democrats for them not to publically urge Conyers to resign. 
 
Only a few Democrats are calling for Conyers to resign despite new allegations of sexual harassment claims against him are making the news. 


In this edition of "The Buzz," we discuss Pelosi's comments defending Conyers regarding his sexual harassment settlement with a former staffer and how her statements expose Democrat's support of women’s rights is a sham.  


 

Nov 21, 2017
Initiated by rampant sexual harassment in Hollywood, suddenly sexual harassment is national news causing public outrage over sexual abuse of women. 

The change is public sentiment over sexual harassment is having a big impact in politics.

Numerous women are calling out examples of harassment and Democrats are becoming casualties.  

Minnesota Democrat Senator Al Franken was exposed for sexual harassment and the response to him is very different than U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore. 

While there is a bipartisan call for Moore to quit his senate race, the outrage over Franken is muted with Senators calling for an ethics investigation and not for him to resign. 

The new environment is also impacting Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton defending her husband's past sexual misconduct by attacking President Trump. 

In this edition of "The Buzz," we discuss the impact of sexual harassment claims in politics and Hollywood, how the new environment is impacting Democrats and adding fuel to the “get Hillary Clinton off the political stage” movement. 
Nov 15, 2017

Media Matters is exploiting the controversy over Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore to get Sean Hannity fired from Fox News.

Moore is facing accusations of sexual assault dating to the 1980s.

Sean Hannity interviewed Moore about the serious allegations, and Media Matters twisted the interview to intimidate Hannity's corporate advertisers.

The intimidation campaign by Media Matters resulted in a number of companies pulling advertising from "Hannity," his Fox News show.

Media Matters wants to destroy the advertising business model that financially supports Hannity's program.

The effort by Media Matters is silencing the free speech of conservatives.

This edition of "The Buzz" details who Media Matters is, how the organization is targeting Hannity, what it means to free speech, and how you can help.

Nov 8, 2017

Donna Brazile, former interim head of the Democratic National Committee (DNC), ignited a war in the Democrat Party by throwing Hillary Clinton under the bus.


 

Brazile's new book, “Hacks: The Inside Story of the Break-ins and Breakdowns that Put Donald Trump in the White House,” includes a number of bombshells that target Hillary Clinton, her campaign, and the DNC.


Claims made by Brazile include the DNC rigging the outcome of the Democrat Primary giving Hillary Clinton the Democrat nomination for president, and that Clinton's campaign treated her like a slave.


Brazile said she considered trying to replace Hillary Clinton with Joe Biden as the Democrat contender because she was worried about Clinton's health.


This edition of "The Buzz" details what Donna Brazile said about Hillary Clinton’s control over the DNC, how the left-wing media addressed her claims and speculate why this is happening. 

 

Oct 31, 2017

The Department of Justice indictment of President Trump’s former campaign head Paul Manafort and his former business partner Rick Gates from the investigation of special counsel Robert Mueller

dominated news headlines.  The indictment announcement also included a guilty plea from former Trump campaign foreign policy volunteer advisor George Papadopolus for lying to the FBI.  


 

After months of investigation, special counsel Robert Mueller and his Democrat heavy investigation team released their first indictment over possible collusion between President Trump’s campaign and Russia. 

 

 

Importantly, Mueller's indictment of Manafort and Gates had nothing to do with Russian collusion with President Trump's campaign.

 

The media downplayed the Manafort and Gates indictment and chose to focus on Papadopolus. 

 

 

 

 

This edition of "The Buzz" details what the indictments mean, how special counsel Robert Mueller played the public relations game with his announcements, the impact of the indictment of lobbying firms and what to expect next. 

Oct 25, 2017

The Obama administration's decision allowing a Russian company to take ownership of Uranium One that controls 20 percent of U.S. uranium is being called into question.

Prior to the U.S. approval, the FBI found evidence the American subsidiary of the Russian company was engaged in crimes including kickbacks and bribery but that information was either ignored or not made available to the government committee that approved the deal.

In addition, huge sums of money linked to Uranium One were given to the Clinton Foundation and former President Bill Clinton received a $500,000 fee from a Russian bank for a twenty-minute speech raises concerns the funds were intended to influence Hillary Clinton who was one of the government officials that approved the Uranium One deal.

Congress was not informed of the FBI investigation into the illegal activities of the Russian company before the Obama administration allowed the deal to go through.

A Congressional investigation is being launched to determine why the FBI investigation was tightly held.

It's possible the Obama administration's "reset" policy with Russia was responsible for keeping the FBI investigation from Congress and Americans.

Oct 17, 2017
Since leaving the White House, Steve Bannon, the former advisor to President Trump, is aggressively challenging the Republican establishment.  

Bannon wants to oust establishment Republican Senators especially those that support Senator Mitch McConnell (R-KY) as the majority leader. 

The political battle over the direction of the Republican party is not new. The tea party also fought the establishment wing of the GOP and that effort led to the election of conservatives in the Senate. 

Senators Rand Paul (KY), Ted Cruz (TX), Mike Lee (UT), and Marco Rubio (FL) were elected with the help of the tea party movement. 

McConnell is facing criticism from grassroots organizations, Bannon and President Trump but is being defended by establishment Republicans such as Senator Susan Collins (R-ME). 

The combined effort of McConnell critics is trying to motivate the Senator to push tax reform legislation over the finish line. 

If tax reform fails, Bannon's effort to replace liberal establishment Republicans will gain traction. 
 
Oct 11, 2017
Huge Democrat donor and Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s decades-old sexual harassment scandals were exposed in a New York Times news story. 

The Times report detailed the alleged sexual misconduct and that Weinstein made eight settlements. 

Weinstein used money and power in Hollywood and in politics to protect himself from sexual harassment charges from being exposed, including stopping The New York Times from publishing a story about his behavior in 2004. 

Following the Times story, numerous women including Hollywood actresses are stating they were subjected to sexual harassment from Weinstein and Democrats are donating money given to them by the Hollywood producer to various charities. 

Many Democrats issued statements condemning Weinstein's behavior and it took Hillary Clinton five days to denounce him in a statement through a spokesperson. Both Hillary and Bill Clinton benefited from Weinstein's money. 

For decades, the left-wing establishment did not challenge Weinstein's actions and allowed him to carry on with his abusive behavior because they put money and power before women's lives. 
 
Oct 3, 2017

Democrats are following Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's advice: “You never let a serious crisis go to waste." They are taking his words to heart in the wake of Hurricane Maria's impact on Puerto Rico and the horrible mass shooting in Las Vegas.

Liberals are criticizing the Trump administration's hurricane relief effort in Puerto Rico.The left-wing media seized on President Trump's tweets that criticized San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz. Cruz's criticism of the relief effort was contradicted by other political leaders in Puerto Rico.

The horrific mass shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, was promptly politicized by liberals. Hillary Clinton and Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) fired off tweets sliming the NRA and calling for gun control, respectively.

By consistently exploiting tragedies, liberals are exposing their divisiveness.

 

Sep 27, 2017

The National Football League is committing brand suicide by allowing players to protest during the National Anthem before its games. 

Last weekend, about 200 players protested the National Anthem including a game played in London, England.

The players were responding to very critical comments made by President Trump about the football field protests. 

Fans are giving the NFL a huge backlash with critical comments and football team jerseys are being burned on social media. 

TV viewership is also down from last year. 

Political correctness is the root cause of the controversy. 

NFL commissioner Roger Goodell allowed these protests to occur while the league normally discourages teams from individual expression on the field. 

For example, the league prevented the Dallas Cowboys from wearing stickers on the back of their helmets honoring slain Dallas police officers. 

Goodell ignored a rule in the league's operations manual that set out the NFL's expectations for players during the National Anthem.  

Unfortunately, for the NFL and fans, Goodell allowed political correctness to rule the day. 

The entire controversy could have been avoided if Goodell used its policy to fine Kaepernick last year after his first protest.  

Political correctness is destroying the NFL brand.

Sep 20, 2017

President Trump’s decision to have Congress address former President Obama’s DACA executive action is filled with huge risks for the U.S. and Trump’s presidency.


DACA allows individuals that illegally entered the country as children to remain and work in the U.S.


Allowing individuals covered under DACA to become citizens would result in two huge negative impacts.


First, making the estimated 800,000 DACA program participants citizens would result in a wave of new immigrants through chain migration, where new citizens can bring family members into the U.S.


This could result in millions of new immigrants, most of them low-skilled workers, and millions of new potential Democrat voters.


Second, making DACA program participants citizens would break a long-standing promise Trump made to his supporters during the campaign.


Democrats are trying to work with Trump on DACA for their self-serving political needs.

 

Sep 13, 2017
Democrat party leaders selective outrage over President Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) exposed mass hypocrisy and it’s all caught on video.

DACA, which allows individuals that illegally entered the country as children to remain and work in the U.S., was announced by then-President Obama in 2012. 
 

 
Leading Democrats including Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY), Hillary Clinton and former President Obama, made hypocritical comments about how to address children that entered the country illegally.  
 
 
Democrat leaders never let a controversial issue go to waste and in this case switched positions on topics like immigration and amnesty to gain a political advantage.

If Democrats and Obama really wanted to address the illegal alien issue they could have when they had control of Congress.

Given an opportunity to slam President Trump, Democrat leaders have proven they will reverse their views. 
 
 
 
 
 
Sep 6, 2017

President Trump decided to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) executive action implemented under former President Obama.

 

DACA allows individuals that illegally entered the country as children to remain and work in the U.S.

 

Obama’s June 2012 DACA decision reversed an earlier statement where he said as president he did not have the authority to make changes to immigration laws.

 

Obama and Democrats had control of Congress during his first term and could have passed an entire immigration package including DACA. 

 

Trump is being pushed to act on DACA because a number of state attorneys general are threatening to sue the federal government on DACA on constitutional grounds.

 

Trump is calling on Congress to act and now lawmakers have six months to enact immigration reform.

Aug 29, 2017
Last week, President Trump pardoned former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio.

Arpaio was convicted for ignoring a court order instructing him to halt holding individuals thought to be illegal aliens. 

Reaction to the president's decision was swift from Democrats and Republicans.

Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein said Trump showed, "disregard for the rule of law."

Democrat Senator Chuck Schumer injected race into the matter Tweeting Arpaio's actions were, "The definition of racism and bigotry."

Republican Senator John McCain said the president's pardon, "undermines his claim for the respect of rule of law."
 
Arpaio was charged with a misdemeanor with the possibility of six months in jail.

Former President Obama commuted jail sentences for traitor Army Pvt. Bradley Manning and terrorist FALN top leader Oscar Lopez Rivera.

To put things in perspective, Manning was serving a 35-year sentence and Rivera a 70-year sentence.
 
 

 

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