Chris Wallace Shows His Liberal Fangs

Posted on January 10, 2017 by Robert Ringer Comments (22)

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Nothing personal here, but let’s get it out on the table once and for all: Chris Wallace’s problem is not that he’s a bad guy or has bad intentions. His real problem is that he’s a liberal idiot.

In an outrageous interview he did with Trump Chief of Staff Reince Priebus on Sunday, Wallace at one point said to Priebus, “Julian Assange published hundreds of thousands of classified cables and other emails and documents that very much compromised the military in Iraq and then endangered the lives of hundreds of Afghan informants helping the U.S. military. Why would the president-elect give any credibility to Julian Assange?”

Priebus, reverting to his ingrained Republican-establishment way of dancing around gotcha questions, absurd questions, and, above all, false-premise questions fumbled and stumbled in an effort to avoid giving a direct answer.

Hopefully, after Priebus has been around the King of Tweets for a while, he’ll learn to be direct, unapologetic, politically incorrect, and honest. But right now, he needs a helping hand, so, in a spirit of goodwill, I’ve decided to give him the free advice below.

The correct answer to Wallace’s question should have been: “President-elect Trump has no reason not to take seriously what Julian Assange says, given that there is not a single allegation from anyone that any of Assange’s leaks have been false. Forget about anyone proving something Assange said was false. I repeat: There has never even been an allegation that anything he has said was false.”

True to his liberal roots, what Wallace did was conflate two different issues and thus come up with a question that was based on a false premise, to wit: Because Julian Assange has illegally hacked into U.S government computers, nothing he says should be believed.

Sorry, Chris, but whether Assange’s hacking is illegal, or even immoral by some people’s standards, is irrelevant. What is relevant is that the information he makes public has always been correct.

In addition, Priebus should have pointed out that for decades U.S. intel personnel have repeatedly been caught lying, thus there is every reason to be skeptical of any information our intelligence agencies put out.

In the simplest of terms, the media fails to emphasize one important point about Assange, namely that his “crime” is that he merely makes public what he finds in government computers. That’s why the whole “Russian hacking” story is much ado about nothing. Russia, China, and the U.S., among others, have been hacking each other for decades. That the Dirty Dems are suddenly feigning shock and outrage is a real yawner. Shock and outrage, after all, is their stock in trade.

Again, the overriding point here is that what Julian Assange is guilty of is releasing the truth to the public, and if there’s one thing politicians do not want disseminated to the public, it’s truth. Allow me to close by being as politically incorrect as possible — and putting this whole story in proper perspective — by saying that even if you are of the opinion that Assange is a scoundrel, he’s still a thousand times more trustworthy than Hillary and those on the Clinton team who told lie after lie about her email crimes.

C’mon, Chris, gimme a break.

Robert Ringer

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22 responses to “Chris Wallace Shows His Liberal Fangs”

  1. Kevan Rowlee says:

    Sharing on FB.

  2. Larry Hawkins says:

    Amen. They have hacked us for years, we hack them. No news here. Move on Chris

  3. Gary says:

    Good article Robert! The first thing I thought after only getting as far as Chris Wallace's question was: "Just because Assange's information may not have been conducive to a war effort…how does that translate into not being credible? My overall question is, "Why does anyone pay attention to Chris Wallace when it's been quite obvious for years he lacks credibility? Frankly, it seems to me anyone who regularly watches Chris Wallace and his ilk on the boob tube with any serious belief in his integrity suffers the same issues with idiocy as Chris himself.

  4. Mike says:

    I am sick and tired of being lied to and hearing opinions, most often liberal, based on them. The worst part is that liberals WANT to believe them in order to support their insupportable cause. Can anyone show me how opinions and decisions based on lies can come to any good at all? I consider Julian Assange a courageous patriot even though he is not an American.

    • Phil says:

      Same here, as well as Snowden. Not perfect, who is, but they both have performed a vital service in making clear the extent of the Deep State and the sleaze permeating the inner workings of our "betters" in D.C.

  5. Rock says:

    Robert,
    I have been outraged for years about the fact that Republicans will not stand up to the liberal, repulsive, lying, fact twisting dems and speak the truth, state facts, and point out the lies that dems spew incessantly. State facts such as we have all been hacking each other for years, why are we suddenly upset about Russian hacking but no one seems to be concerned about Chinese, North Korean, etc. hacking! Perhaps Trump will infuse some courage and boldness into his party!

  6. theczech says:

    If I'm not mistaken, Wikileaks does not engage in "hacking," They do however, receive information from insiders and whistle blowers. An example is Edward Snowden, a whistle blower who was ignored and rebuffed by his superiors when he attempted to follow protocol eventually deciding to go to the Guardian in order to disseminate his inside information. Good journalism demands finding information that we the people are unable to locate or are prevented from knowing. Hacking is one activity often involving breaking into something including data repositories. Whistle blowing is yet another activity involving exposing wrong doing to superiors so the problem can be addressed. Going public with information, regardless of how it is acquired, is another process. The dis-information masters strive to keep us confused about these methods and means.

  7. Reality Seeker says:

    This is a classic, historical case of hate and kill the messenger…..

    Julian is the (M)essenger. And what really matters is is the message true or not?

    The DNC would have no problem if they didn't act like scum. Podesta would be just fine, if he wasn't a scumbag who gets off on spiritual cooking. Hillary would not have had a thing to worry about unless the Messenger told the truth…..

    Julian is not just a messenger. He is The Messenger. Freedom loves owe him a debt of gratitude even though he's a socialist.

  8. Rick D'Amico says:

    I agree Robert. All this baloney about Russia trying to sabotage the election is just that baloney. How does revealing the truth, no matter how the information was obtained, interfere in our election process? It actually helps voters to be informed. As Thomas Jefferson said: “A properly functioning democracy depends on an informed electorate!”

  9. Wil says:

    Just another political hack stepping on his d..k and giving a media weasel a tinkle down his leg.j

  10. Way to go Mr. Ringer. I got so disgusted with Wallace and the weak responses from Priebus that I turned the program off. Fortunately, I have a body bag available to punch when exchanges like the one on Sunday occur.
    As usual you "nailed" the gist of my angst! Thank you for that. Always a pleasure to review your take on matters. Bravo!

  11. Phil says:

    Lol! My sister was so disgusted by the Fox News slacker that she actually called me out of the blue on this. Such a vile "Elite" that we must accept as our "Rulers", as Obama would put it. God help Trump, he is going to need it.

  12. Spt says:

    I agee with RJR. I just don't watch anymore and feel better for it.

  13. larajf says:

    Well said. It's time to speak up…we've been quiet for too long.

  14. Jim Hallett says:

    Chris Wallace learned his libtard bent from his papa, Mike. The real summation of the article was so good – Politicians NEVER want the TRUTH to be aired, since their whole livelihood is based on lies, theft, and coercion, and they know they can count on their lamestream media presstitutes to shill for such UN-truth. I do wish some of the Repulsicans would think better on their feet, as they often get caught off guard with these "gotcha" questions, which are likely based on false premises. There simply is no "answer" to an absurd question because it assumes things that simply are NOT TRUE. I am thankful Assange had the courage to expose criminals such as the Clintons, and I hope he continues to do so.

  15. Tony says:

    Mr Ringer, You are speaking the truth and that scares the you-know-what out of all politicians, right, left, up or down. And it is why DJT was elected because he speaks to the truth too. I thought your best insight was that Priebus has to grow a pair and learn from his boss to embrace the truth and confront and dispell all obfuscation.

  16. Jose Jackson says:

    Would like Trump to pardon Hillary, Snowden and even Ass ange, and gave the latter 2 the highest medal honors for Freedom and put them in charge of being government watch dogs for those in government and maybe team up with Elizabeth Warren and take on Wall street.

  17. Good article. I definitely love this website. Continue the good work!

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