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Last year, the digital media outlet Gawker declared bankruptcy and put itself up for sale after it was ordered to pay $140 million in a lawsuit for publishing the sex tape of wrestler Hulk Hogan. Hogan’s lawsuit was financially backed by Silicon Valley billionaire and Trump supporter Peter Thiel, who was outed as gay by a now-defunct Gawker blog. The case is now the focus of a new movie premiering at the Sundance Film Festival. We speak to Brian ...
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Democracy Now is going the sex tape route? Are you guys under new management?
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Just two days after millions of people poured into the streets of Washington, D.C., and cities around the world for the historic Women’s March on Washington, President Trump has reinstated the controversial "global gag rule," which women’s rights advocates fear will increase unsafe abortions around the world. The policy originated in the Reagan era and bans U.S. funding for any international healthcare organizations that perform abortions or adv...
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Donald Trump’s inaugural address on Friday as the 45th president of the United States prompted strong reaction from our roundtable of guests during an extended Democracy Now! broadcast. We play an excerpt from Trump’s speech and feature highlights of responses from consumer advocate Ralph Nader; author Naomi Klein; professor Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, author of "From #BlackLivesMatter to Black Liberation"; investigative reporter Allan Nairn and Bla...
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Bring all home mind own business Americans first he said! this country is finished!
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In one of the largest days of protest in U.S. history, millions took to the streets Saturday one day after the inauguration of Donald Trump. The largest protest was the Women’s March on Washington, where more than 500,000 packed the streets. According to crowd scientists at Manchester Metropolitan University in Britain, the crowd was roughly three times the size of the audience at President Trump’s inauguration a day earlier. Women-led marches to...
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Protests are taking across the country today. We go live to an inauguration checkpoint where Black Lives Matter protesters are locked down and trying to block off the entrance to the inauguration.
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We turn now to look at President Trump, the media and what the new administration calls "alternative facts." On Saturday, in his first full day in office, Trump visited CIA headquarters. Speaking in front of the CIA Memorial Wall, he told the agency he had a running war with the media. Hours later, Trump then ordered his new press secretary, Sean Spicer, to hold an emergency press briefing to claim, "This was the largest audience to ever witness ...
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You've jumped the shark DN. Seriously. Getting less and less credible by the day. Would that be because you don't think the media has had its own agenda the whole time?
FFS, let's roll the clip of Maddow saying that "3rd parties are the problem if ONLY Hillary had all of Stein's AND Gary Johnson's votes"

Never-mind the money trail. And what they present as "FACTS' aren't always "FACTS" or did you forget that newsmedia outright lying is legal? (Florida judicial case) and scripted:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eZVv2AOCnaA
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D07NQsfHJq0
https://youtu.be/Wue5ydFV0ME?t=23
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Trump Withdraws U.S. from Massive TPP Trade Deal; Trump Reinstates Global Gag Rule, Barring Funds for Abortion Education & Services; Trump Falsely Claims Millions of Undocumented Immigrants Voted in Election, Swinging Popular Vote; White House Vows Hard Military Line Against China in South China Sea; White House Suggests Trump Will Move to Push Through Dakota Access Pipeline; White House Says It Has Not Decided on Moving U.S. Embassy in Israel; M...
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To mark the historic Women’s March on Washington, we air highlights from march organizers Linda Sarsour and Tamika Mallory, professor Angela Davis, feminist icon Gloria Steinem, Madonna, singer Alicia Keys, transgender activist and author Janet Mock, singer and actress Janelle Monáe, actress Ashley Judd, Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards and six-year-old immigrant rights activist Sophie Cruz.
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Just Rotten fruit from the CUNT TREE
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Millions Protest Worldwide Against Donald Trump's Presidency; Amid Protest, Trump Sworn in as 45th President of the United States; Offering "Alternative Facts," White House Lies About Inauguration Crowd Size; Trump Orders Repeal of Obamacare, Proclaims Day of Patriotism; White House Website Erases Climate Change, Civil Rights Pages; Senate Committee to Vote on Rex Tillerson Nomination for Secretary of State; Gambian Leader Agrees to Step Down, Av...
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Journalists Naomi Klein, author of "This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the Climate" and Lee Fang of The Intercept talk about the role of corporations inside the Trump administration and the inauguration.
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+Timothy W it means hes not all bad. Killing tpp is frikkin awesome
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Protests Break Out Across U.S. Against Trump Inauguration; Anti-Trump Protests Held in the Philippines, Palestine & Britain; Trump's Approval Rating Plummets to 32% ; Trump Calls Kellyanne Conway "Baby" at Pre-Inauguration Dinner; Trump Administration Missing Hundreds of Key Government Officials; Veterans Demand McCain Reject Rex Tillerson for Sec. of State; The Hill: Trump Team Preparing to Cut Budget by $10 Trillion; U.S. Officials Launch Probe...
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The protests were bigger than his inauguration. Not a very warm welcome for a new president, he made many people mad! Other countries showed there disapproval of him as well. Now we must all come together to dismantle him in four years!
This Orange pig needs to be locked up:
Fraud, pussy grabber, con-ma, bully and etc. Giving the rich 15 percent tax cut and only 3 percent to the rest of us. His millionaire cabinet tells you who he is. Only for the wealthy. Not you rednecks that voted for a racist pig
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