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The whores never stop working it.
So Amy Goodman must be very, very tired.
June 22nd, she brought Jill Stein on. Stein was the 2012 Green Party presidential candidate. She ran a hideous campaign yet insists she deserves to be gifted with the party's 2016 nomination.
This attitude has led to cries of White entitlement and charges that she's no different than the perception of Hillary Clinton -- that both women expect a coronation that will crown them the nominee.
Goody let Jill prattle on about Bernie:
DR. JILL STEIN: It’s wonderful, and I wish him well. I wish him the best. The difference is that my campaign will be there in the general. And Bernie has already announced that if he does not make it—and in the Democratic Party, we’ve seen wonderful efforts—Jesse Jackson, Dennis Kucinich, Al Sharpton—who had extremely vigorous, spirited, visionary campaigns. It’s very hard to beat the system inside of the Democratic Party. And, you know, when those efforts ended, that was the end. Ours will keep going, and it will continue into the general election. And when it’s over, we’re building a party that’s not going away.
It's cute how White Jill Stein could name check one man after another but not the 2008 presidential nominee for the Green Party: Cynthia McKinney.
Search in vain, in the last four years, for any praise or even acknowledgment of Cynthia McKinney from Stein.
Jill's a Queen Bee -- as defined by Gloria Steinem, Queen Bees are women who present themselves as the exception and stand apart from other women, women who want to be the only woman in the room.
Jill's also a liar.
She doesn't even have the nomination.
Not only that, but two men declared before Jill, declared they were running for the Green Party's presidential nomination.
Jill doesn't note them, Amy Goodman doesn't bring them on her show.
It's funny, when the media shuts out candidates in the Democratic Party's primary, the Goody Whores hop on their Self Righteous Ponies and insist that things are unfair and that people are being wronged and that democracy is suffering.
But when Goody Whore 'covers' the Green Party, she presents only one candidate and doesn't even mention the other two -- both of whom declared long before Jill did.
As we love to point out, Amy Goodman loves to play Last Journalist Standing -- but it's just a hollow pose.
At Third, on Sunday, we discussed the Green Party and noted the two candidates Amy refuses to in our "Roundtable:"
C.I.: Okay, I need to jump in for a second here. The media lies. That includes whores like Amy Goodman who's devoted how much attention to Jill Stein? Jill is not the Green Party presidential candidate for 2016 and who is won't be decided until 2016. Most importantly, Kent Mesplay and Bill Kreml are running for the nomination and Darryl Cherney is considering it. Point: The Goody Whore has failed to provide Kent or Bill -- two declared candidates -- time on her hideous program. She has promoted Jill Stein as the Hillary of the Green Party, the anointed one who will be the candidate. That is not reality and that is not journalism. We don't accept from the mainstream we shouldn't accept from Amy Goodman's whorish beggar media.
Ava: And for the record, Jill announced in June. Kent and Bill who are not getting coverage from whores like Amy Goodman or so-called Green bloggers? Kent announced in January that he was seeking the nomination and Bill announced in May. But Goody Whore left them out while fawning over the ridiculous Jill Stein. Democracy Now? No, Amy Whore, democracy when? She's such a whore.
C.I.: And though Kent declared in January, Goody Whore has not noted him once this year -- and only noted him twice in 2008 when he was seeking the nomination -- and she's never noted Bill.
Again, Amy Goodman's caught pretending to support democracy and reporting but lying to her audience and attempting to shape the outcome via her lies.
There's nothing ethical about Amy Goodman.
But then someone with ethics would never publish in Hustler magazine.
And someone (again) seeking the presidential nomination of the Green Party should be able to talk Iraq. She couldn't in 2012, could she?
Even when Tim Arango (New York Times) reported at the end of September 2012 that Barack Obama had just sent a brigade of Special Ops into Iraq, Jill Stein couldn't talk Iraq.
She can't talk it today either.
The Green Party, the one she claims to represent, came out against the Iraq War before it started. The party's position did not change after the Iraq War started.
The Green Party has consistently opposed the Iraq War.
This is from a May 2008 press release from the political party:
Green Party leaders today compared the Green demand for an immediate end to the occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan to the pro-occupation positions of the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates.
Greens said that party members supported protests planned by International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) locals on the west coast on May 1, 2008.
"Along with the election of Greens to Congress, actions like those planned by ILWU members are what we need to force the immediate withdrawal of US troops from Iraq and Afghanistan," said Rodger Jennings, Green candidate for the US House in Illinois (District 12) <http://www.rodgerjennings.org>. "The longshore workers intend to press Democratic and Republican presidential candidates to change their warhawk positions. Like the Green Party, the ILWU has opposed both of President Bush's wars from the beginning."
The text of the ILWU's February 26, 2008 resolution can be read here <http://www.labournet.net/docks2/0802/ilwu1may1.htm>. The ILWU letter to the AFL-CIO can be read here <http://www.labournet.net/world/0802/ilwu1may2.html>.
The Green Party of the United States has called for immediate troop withdrawal and impeachment of President Bush and Vice President Cheney for numerous crimes and abuses of power, including deception and manipulated intelligence to justify the invasion of Iraq. Greens also favor a sharp reduction in the military budget, shifting funds over to health care, conservation programs, efforts to curb global warming, and other urgent needs.
"While Democrats have retreated, our own Green presidential candidates -- Jesse Johnson, Cynthia McKinney, Kent Mesplay, and Kat Swift -- have aggressively promoted the Green Party's position on the wars and on impeachment," said Dr. Julia Willebrand, co-chair of the Green Party's International Committee <http://www.gp.org/committees/intl>.
Democratic candidates Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have promised to pull 'combat' troops, but would leave thousands of US military personnel and contractors, including mercenary security firms, in Iraq to prolong the illegal occupation. Republican John McCain would maintain the Bush policy that would extend the occupation for several generations, bankrupting America both morally and fiscally.
On other war-related issues, Ms. Clinton, Mr. Obama, and Mr. McCain agree (while Greens hold contrary positions):
Hey look, Kent Mesplay -- he could (and did) speak out against the Iraq War.
Still Amy Goodman can't even note that he is a candidate for the Green Party's 2016 presidential nomination or that he declared his candidacy in January and did so without a fawning interview on Goody Whore's Democracy Now.
Jill Stein can't talk Iraq.
Nor can she call for the US government to stop meddling in Iraq.
She can't note that over a year ago (June 19, 2014), Barack publicly insisted the only answer to the crises in Iraq was a political solution but in the 15 months since his administration has only focused on bombing Iraq.
She deserves the nomination, she believes, but she's done nothing to show that she can earn it.
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