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PANIC IN DC.
BLACKMAIL v Senate & House [BRIDGE: FAKE NEWS MEDIA] being used to apply leverage against POTUS and/or force immediate 'impeachment' hearings based on 'mental state - potential release of state secrets - sources & methods….'
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FN produces "solutions" (software and consulting) which "From news and analysis, to lobbying and grassroots advocacy, FiscalNote issues management solutions give you everything you need to solve the biggest challenges facing today's public, corporate, and government affairs professionals.": 


https://www.fiscalnote.com/solutions/


Ms. Martinez was also a member of The Bridge: 


https://www.thebridgework.com/people/wendy-martinez


The Bridge describes itself as: "Connecting tech, politics and policy. The Bridge is a community sitting at the intersection of tech, policy and politics. We’re increasing communication and collaboration between innovation and regulation, and growing a network of the influencers shaping the future of these industries.": 


https://www.thebridgework.com/

Players in Drop


President Trump
President Trump

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DC Swamp / Deep State
DC Swamp / Deep State
Mockingbird / Fake News
Mockingbird / Fake News

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▶Q !!mG7VJxZNCI 09/17/18 (Mon) 17:37:56 No.255 PANIC IN DC. BLACKMAIL v Senate & House [BRIDGE: FAKE NEWS MEDIA] being used to apply leverage against POTUS and/or force immediate 'impeachment' hearings based on 'mental state - potential release of state secrets - sources & methods….' Q Furious and fuming: Broadcasters saturate airwaves with adjectives to portray Trump as unstable Nine-month study reveals a clear pattern analysts say Broadcasters have a very limited lexicon when it comes to describing President Trump according to a 9-month study of the exact words used in major broadcast coverage. Mr. Trump is primarily described as angry, fuming and outraged — and it’s a calculated strategy. “TV news reporters have saturated the airwaves with subjective language about the President’s emotional state, most of it casting him as an out-of-control hothead,” wrote Rich Noyes and Bill D’Agostino, both senior analysts for Newsbusters.org, a conservative press watchdog. They looked at every single broadcast evening news story about the president from Jan. 1 through Sept. 10, then tallied the number of times these bombastic terms were used. “Broadcast journalists were most likely to describe the President as angry, often using highly-charged words to paint him as unhinged or out-of-control,” the analysts said. “Viewers heard Trump variously described as ‘furious’ (17 times), ‘fuming’ (14), ‘outraged’ (8), ‘venting’ (5), ‘infuriated’ (5), ‘livid’ (3), ‘enraged’ (3), ‘seething’ (2), or just plain-old ‘angry’ (23). “When Trump communicated, he was said to be ‘lashing out’ (53), on a ‘tirade’ (8), ‘blasting’ (5), or ‘erupting’ (3),” they wrote. “The President was also ‘on the warpath,’ ‘volcanic,’ ‘unglued,’ ‘spoiling for a fight”’and even ‘went ballistic,’ according to reporters at various times this year.” https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/sep/17/furious-and-fuming-broadcasters-saturate-airwaves-/