WATCH: Liberal Media’s ridiculous DOOMSDAY predictions for Trump’s Salute to America

Newsbusters put together a montage of the ridiculous doomsday predictions for Trump’s Salute to America:



It’s idiocy, especially in light of what actually happened.

The liberal media just cannot wait to smear anything Trump does with the absolute worst predictions. Red square?

We’re gonna make this an open thread, so here’s a cute Dodo video for ya about a pittie:

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67 thoughts on “WATCH: Liberal Media’s ridiculous DOOMSDAY predictions for Trump’s Salute to America

  1. I don’t have a problem with the military celebration. I love going to air shows so it’s just something the public can enjoy.

    No comment on that woman bringing an unknown pit bull around her toddler children.

      1. @ryan-o I agree, and one day something may trigger the dog and she’s going to regret it.

  2. Ok I just have to say about the pittie, my son has one, and between his two dogs and my two dogs, she by far has the sweetest temperament. I love these Dodo stories!

  3. As for the Media Montage, this is FABULOUS! They can lie all they want, they can ban, censor, and demonetize us. BUT THE INTERNET IS FOREVER!!!!!

  4. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc. may not immune from lawsuits due to their actions

    I just found this out: You know we keep hearing how we can’t do anything about Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. because it’s their business to run as they see fit? That’s not entirely true. These platforms have been protected because they claim to just be a platform, which is different from a news site. They claim the posts are owned by the poster, therefore they’re not responsible.

    But now that they’re taking sides in political discussions; deleting posts they disagree with, keeping conservative sites’ posts from showing up in the their fan’s news feed, they are becoming more than just a platform and no longer under such protection. I heard this from a legal expert on the local radio. So Barr and the justice department may be able to go after these liberal-biased platforms.

    1. My son in law was telling me the same thing last weekend. They are trying to be private companies yet use the exemptions that media companies enjoy.
      They want it both ways – exactly!
      I wonder why Ted Cruz hasn’t made mention of it.

  5. It amazes me that never have I seen one of these denizens
    of dirt rise up, on camera, and say something to the effect that
    the BS they spread is just that. How can they not see the fools
    they are making of themselves. It is a long overdue “Network”
    type rebuke of the ignorance they are paid to spread. No self esteem.

  6. My friend trusted her pitbull, felt sure it was safe around children, but then it turned for no reason really just the nature of the breed, and killed her 3 year grandson. : (

    1. @afvet4america A pit bull is a powerful breed dog, just as is Rottweilers and German Shepards. I don’t think it’s because it’s the nature of a particular dog breed. The danger is two-fold: 1) People treat it as if it’s another child instead of an animal and 2) they don’t supervise their children when they’re around the family dog–and that’s ANY dog. I cringe every time I see a video some parent using the dog like a baby sitter or leaving a young child alone with the dog.

      Most dog attacks are not the fault of the dog–he’s just being a dog. It’s usually the child who provokes the attack, like reaching for the dog’s toy or their food. People are often in denial that their pet could turn on their child, but even a Labrador or Golden Retriever can reach a breaking point and snap. And often, it’s the dog who pays the price.

      And, yes I own dogs, as well as cats.

      1. I don’t think there is any comparison with other dogs especially a German Shepard. But ultimately, depends on how one treats and trains the dog. German Shepards are kid friendly. Pit bulls are just viscous animals and should not be pets unless very well trained–they don’t give a crap!

        1. Growing up I was around a lot of German Shepards. Back then they were a lot more aggressive. My brother got bit in the face by our own dog. We got rid of it. My grandparents had them as guard dogs for their store, and you always had to be careful with them. They were good dogs, but their instinct was to attack something that was running away. For young boys that was often problematic. Dobermans were the same way. Through breeding a lot of that aggressive nature has been bred out.

    2. Yeah, that was a sweet story, but I wouldn’t want one around myself or my kids. They’re unpredictable. It’s really sad for the breeds that fall into the pitbull category because I’m sure there are some good dogs amongst them.

    3. That’s horrible. I NEVER understand why people own pit bulls. Have yet to meet one I liked. A guy completely assured me his pitbull was safe and I’m pretty good with dogs, so I was able to pet it, but as soon as I started walking away, it lounged at me out of the blue. Thankfully it was tied down so I was able to jump out of the way. It’s like you said, it’s the breed no matter how much assurance you get from owners.

  7. I had people over for a cook out and we watched the President’s speech. We all thought it was great to see a president who did not apologize and grovel. The only thing that would have made it better, is if the hatch on the turret of the tank parked in front of the podium would have opened up and Trump would have popped up and given his speech from there and then driven off to Portland Oregon.

  8. Facebook, Instagram, Twitter etc. may not immune from lawsuits due to their actions

    I just found this out: You know we keep hearing how we can’t do anything about Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc. because it’s their business to run as they see fit? That’s not entirely true. These platforms have been protected because they claim to just be a platform, which is different from a news site. They claim the posts are owned by the poster, therefore they’re not responsible.

    But now that they’re taking sides in political discussions; deleting posts they disagree with, keeping conservative sites’ posts from showing up in the their fan’s news feed, they are becoming more than just a platform and no longer under such protection. I heard this from a legal expert on the local radio. So Barr and the justice department may be able to go after these liberal-biased platforms.

    1. My son in law was telling me the same thing last weekend. They are trying to be private companies yet use the exemptions that media companies enjoy.
      They want it both ways – exactly!
      I wonder why Ted Cruz hasn’t made mention of it.

  9. It amazes me that never have I seen one of these denizens
    of dirt rise up, on camera, and say something to the effect that
    the BS they spread is just that. How can they not see the fools
    they are making of themselves. It is a long overdue “Network”
    type rebuke of the ignorance they are paid to spread. No self esteem.

  10. There was more American history in that one President Trump’s speech then what I received in my New York City public schools years.

  11. I had people over for a cook out and we watched the President’s speech. We all thought it was great to see a president who did not apologize and grovel. The only thing that would have made it better, is if the hatch on the turret of the tank parked in front of the podium would have opened up and Trump would have popped up and given his speech from there and then driven off to Portland Oregon.

  12. My friend trusted her pitbull, felt sure it was safe around children, but then it turned for no reason really just the nature of the breed, and killed her 3 year grandson. : (

    1. Yeah, that was a sweet story, but I wouldn’t want one around myself or my kids. They’re unpredictable. It’s really sad for the breeds that fall into the pitbull category because I’m sure there are some good dogs amongst them.

    2. @afvet4america A pit bull is a powerful breed dog, just as is Rottweilers and German Shepards. I don’t think it’s because it’s the nature of a particular dog breed. The danger is two-fold: 1) People treat it as if it’s another child instead of an animal and 2) they don’t supervise their children when they’re around the family dog–and that’s ANY dog. I cringe every time I see a video some parent using the dog like a baby sitter or leaving a young child alone with the dog.

      Most dog attacks are not the fault of the dog–he’s just being a dog. It’s usually the child who provokes the attack, like reaching for the dog’s toy or their food. People are often in denial that their pet could turn on their child, but even a Labrador or Golden Retriever can reach a breaking point and snap. And often, it’s the dog who pays the price.

      And, yes I own dogs, as well as cats.

      1. I don’t think there is any comparison with other dogs especially a German Shepard. But ultimately, depends on how one treats and trains the dog. German Shepards are kid friendly. Pit bulls are just viscous animals and should not be pets unless very well trained–they don’t give a crap!

        1. Growing up I was around a lot of German Shepards. Back then they were a lot more aggressive. My brother got bit in the face by our own dog. We got rid of it. My grandparents had them as guard dogs for their store, and you always had to be careful with them. They were good dogs, but their instinct was to attack something that was running away. For young boys that was often problematic. Dobermans were the same way. Through breeding a lot of that aggressive nature has been bred out.

          1. @paladin Yes, and over-breeding is an issue when a breed becomes popular. But training these dogs is paramount They take continue work you have to be in control at all times. One of my stepsons has two pitties, along with another dog. But he has really worked with them. One of the dogs will even alert our daughter-in-law when her blood sugar drops to low in the night.

            I’ve had Rottweilers. One male about 3-4 years old showed up at our house after Hurricane Ike. A lot of shelters will not adopt out Rotties and will put them down so we kept him. We had to keep him in the yard instead of inside because he wasn’t cat friendly. I had to work with him so I could do things like pick up his food bowl, if necessary.

            One thing that was interesting was that when fireworks were set off in the neighborhood, he would charge toward the noise instead of cowering. I think he would have made a good police dog. We kept him until he passed away several years later. I know we gave him the best home and took better care of him than wherever he had been previously, but I did tell hubby that I would never have a dog that had to be outside because you just don’t get to spend enough quality time with them.

            1. @sheerpolitics That Rottweiler sounds like quite a dog. I know what you mean about outside dogs. All my dogs (4) are working dogs, protecting the ranch. I did a lot of research before I got them, Great Pyres, and they are an exceptional breed, friendly as heck until there’s danger and then they are vicious fighters. The only time I bring them inside is when they’re injured because they’re so dirty, and they actually get depressed and anxious if they can’t get outside to work and protect.
              My oldest, before she became a ranch dog, would wake my wife up in the middle of the night when she had sugar issues too. You have to put extra work into dogs that don’t come inside. My youngest had gotten in trouble for killing chickens and her personality was changing for the worse. I made the concerted effort to devote a week of giving her special attention and affection, and it completely turned her around, she’s incredibly loving and has gained a new confidence that you always want to see in a dog.
              The research said Pyres were almost impossible to train and you needed to be confident and consistent as a trainer. I guess that’s my wife and I’s nature because we had absolutely no problem getting our Pyres to do whatever we wanted. They are wicked smart dogs and very independent.

              1. @paladin Pyrenees are great dogs. And they have to be outside to bond with the animals they’re protecting. When I adopted the dog I have now (a yellow lab) I took her by cages at the shelter where cats where housed to make sure she didn’t fixate or show aggression. She’s been a wonderful dog and my cats love her–some cuddle up with her.

    3. That’s horrible. I NEVER understand why people own pit bulls. Have yet to meet one I liked. A guy completely assured me his pitbull was safe and I’m pretty good with dogs, so I was able to pet it, but as soon as I started walking away, it lounged at me out of the blue. Thankfully it was tied down so I was able to jump out of the way. It’s like you said, it’s the breed no matter how much assurance you get from owners.

  13. The hate displayed against POTUS by the MSM is just staggering! I wonder how they live with themselves buried in that much hate.

  14. I have to admit, the worst part was when he ordered the tanks to open fire on the National Archives and bury the Constitution in flame and rubble so that he could assert himself as dictator for life, following in the steps of his new best friend with the weight problem and weird haircut.

  15. My pit bull Jack was my best friend for 12 years, until he gradually, but quickly lost the use of his back legs and was diagnosed with degenerative myelopathy and I had to have him put down. Best dog I ever had and six years later, I still miss him a lot. Pit bulls get a bad rap.

    1. My senior dog -a papillion mix, is starting to drag a foot just a bit. I hate to see it.

      Just noticed your dogs name was Jack- that’s my old guys name too.

        1. I hope we still have many years to enjoy that sweetheart. Thank you for the prayers. 🙂

  16. The propaganda machine(MSM) doing it’s best to influence our elections. They’ve got plenty of nerve talking about the freaking Russians.

  17. This person brings a pit bull off the streets and places it with three kids? Hell, why they’re at it, give the kids a bunch of loaded guns and some copper wire with instructions to stick the wire in electrical outlets?

    Get them one that’s a puppy at the very least. I’ll never understand these people. Smdh

  18. I don’t have a problem with the military celebration. I love going to air shows so it’s just something the public can enjoy.

    No comment on that woman bringing an unknown pit bull around her toddler children.

    1. That woman needs her head checked. No way in hell I’d bring that animal into my house.

      1. @ryan-o I agree, and one day something may trigger the dog and she’s going to regret it.

  19. As for the Media Montage, this is FABULOUS! They can lie all they want, they can ban, censor, and demonetize us. BUT THE INTERNET IS FOREVER!!!!!

  20. Ok I just have to say about the pittie, my son has one, and between his two dogs and my two dogs, she by far has the sweetest temperament. I love these Dodo stories!

  21. There was more American history in that one President Trump’s speech then what I received in my New York City public schools years.

  22. The hate displayed against POTUS by the MSM is just staggering! I wonder how they live with themselves buried in that much hate.

  23. I have to admit, the worst part was when he ordered the tanks to open fire on the National Archives and bury the Constitution in flame and rubble so that he could assert himself as dictator for life, following in the steps of his new best friend with the weight problem and weird haircut.

  24. My pit bull Jack was my best friend for 12 years, until he gradually, but quickly lost the use of his back legs and was diagnosed with degenerative myelopathy and I had to have him put down. Best dog I ever had and six years later, I still miss him a lot. Pit bulls get a bad rap.

    1. My senior dog -a papillion mix, is starting to drag a foot just a bit. I hate to see it.

      Just noticed your dogs name was Jack- that’s my old guys name too.

  25. The propaganda machine(MSM) doing it’s best to influence our elections. They’ve got plenty of nerve talking about the freaking Russians.

  26. This person brings a pit bull off the streets and places it with three kids? Hell, why they’re at it, give the kids a bunch of loaded guns and some copper wire with instructions to stick the wire in electrical outlets?

    Get them one that’s a puppy at the very least. I’ll never understand these people. Smdh

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