If you haven’t watched the Australian T.V show The Project, which some actually call “news,” it’s basically a panel of failed journalists, T.V hosts, and entertainment personalities.
The show has been long notorious for passing off opinion as real news and spreading a lot of fake news.
The sad part about it is many that watch them, the zombies, actually believe them and use them as a reliable source.
The project and their main players are a very one-sided opinion entertainment show that is pretty much on par with a bad soap opera, It achieves nothing but dumbing down the masses that watch them. Waleed throws his opinion out there as fact, his co-host Carrie Bickmore cries on queue when they need to drive their point home, and let’s not forget the failed comedian so desperate to keep his job, Peter Helliar, makes a mockery out of anything they tell him to. A dancing clown if you will.
The Project is owned by CBS, in-fact the whole of network 10 is owned by them. Shows like the Project get all their talking points from CBS and that includes anti-Trump rhetoric.
It’s the same old dribble you hear from any mainstream media outlet. anytime the President so much scratches his nose shows like the Project have their paid shills go on a rant about how wrong that is.
It’s all negative overplayed rhetoric.
It’s been the problem for a long time now, hosts like Waleed Aly and Carrie Bickmore are so out of touch with reality they only know what they are told to say while getting their talking points from other mainstream media news outlets.
You’d be fooling yourself if you think these people actually did any research for themselves.
The people on the view pass themselves off as journalist or analysts, but make no mistake they are simply just TV hosts with an agenda.
Waleed Aly’s ridiculous unhinged rant about Kim Kardashian and Trump
Recently Waleed Aly and Carrie Bickmore managed to take a good news story of the day and turn it into their usual negative anti-Trump and whoever they don’t like rant.
Many people have been rejoicing the news of Alice Marie Johnson. after more than two decades behind bars, Johnson was given a presidential pardon by Donald Trump.
The 64-year-old’s freedom was granted after Kim Kardashian visited the White House to plead on her behalf last week.
The great-grandmother had been sentenced to life in prison without parole after being convicted of a first-time non-violent drug offence in 1996.
Discussing the issue on Thursday night’s episode of The Project, host Waleed Aly went on an unhinged rant, as usual, slamming Trump and Kardashian’s involvement in Johnson’s pardon.
“She’s actually achieved nothing, she’s achieved something for one person in one case … I reckon this is awful,” Aly said bluntly.
“You now have a president who effectively thinks he can do things by pardons. That’s the way he operates.
“Everything goes through him. I’ll just make a decision, ‘you’re saved, you’re not. You’re free, you go to hell.’ That’s the way it works [but] that the opposite of the way it’s supposed to work.”
Apparently, Waleed has no idea how a presidential pardon works. How this level of stupidity is allowed on a so-called news show is a question for the ages.
Bickmore, also took issue with Kardashian being involved, saying it showed an “attachment to celebrity”.
This coming from a show that has celebrities on there pretty much every episode and also gets them on there to help get their point across. not to mention anytime a big movie comes out the Project is out there shilling for it.
Shows like the project and their hosts will take issue with anything president Trump does, no matter what that may be. He could cure cancer and Bickmore and Waleed would say he’s taking jobs away from doctors.
Alice Johnson thanks President Trump, Kim Kardashian upon being released from prison: “Thank you for giving me another chance at life, and restoring me to my family!” pic.twitter.com/TR1g6FjNE0
— Wired Sources (@WiredSources) June 6, 2018
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