Friday, December 28, 2018

Kansas City Star Publishes Yet Another Politically Charged Fake News Hit Piece Against Noob Senator-Elect Josh Hawley

We've got no love for the "Golden Boy" but this Friday afternoon missive is the Friday evening attempt to trick the plebs with phony political hype that literally reports NOTHING and the leftovers a sex scandal that was fun while it lasted but now consigned to the toilet bowl of history. Checkit and realize that any of your social media pals sharing this one are doing so while wearing one of those pink hats and crying crocodile tears for Hillary and not that D.C. dude who was whacked in D.C. amid "mysterious" circumstances.

Here's the non-story that might win another newspaper journalism award that still won't help underlying dead-tree media biz trouble . . .

Missouri AG ends investigation into Greitens charity, grant | The Kansas City Star

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley's office informed The Mission Continues, a charity founded by former Gov. Eric Greitens, that it had been cleared in an investigation into whether it supplied his campaign with a donor list.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

No Shit. Never was a reason to investigate.

Anonymous said...

The wang of Grietens got him in trouble. Too bad.

Anonymous said...

Hawley = RINO

Anonymous said...

The Star hates Hawley for beating old Claire. Ousting a liberal senator is an unforgivable sin to objective journalists.

Anonymous said...

Hawley is an uncreative lazy mother fucker, so is greitins

Anonymous said...

Paul ryan, relatively young former politico spent his whole career being an on the job school boy schmuck.

Anonymous said...

There was no reason for an investigation. The Star's team of crack[ed] reporters already found him guilty of all charges, even the imaginary ones. All in a day's work for the Democratic Party operatives posing as journalists.

Anonymous said...

Both deserve prison time

Anonymous said...

So, grietens can unresign, and get his job back? After all, the Missouri millionaires paid good money to get him elected. They may fund others.