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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

FEMA’s fake press conference backfires

Perhaps FEMA should stand for “Fake Every Morning & Afternoon.”

Officials of the embattled emergency management agency openly admit they screwed the pooch by holding a fake “news” conference, filling the room with staff members posing as reporters.

Both FEMA and the Bush Administration scrambled Friday to try and recover from trying to pass propaganda off as news: Another black eye for an error-prone administration.

But their excuses fell on deaf ears.

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Lost in the sixties again

Here come the Sixties again, hijacking another presidential campaign with their endless generational pathologies.

This time it’s John McCain, Vietnam vet, trashing Woodstock and Hillary Clinton, a woman some view as the high priestess of the baby boomer left.

You may have missed it, if you’re not a navel-gazing boomer (“Hey! Woodstock was really important! Because we were THERE, man! In the MUD!”) or an old Establishment square still disdainful of your once-long-haired younger cousins.

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Dick and ‘cousin’ Barack

Vice President Dick Cheney said Friday he hasn’t reached out to “Cousin Barack” Obama since reports that the two share a distant relatives.

In an interview for CNBC’s “Kudlow & Company,” Cheney was asked whether he and Obama, a Democratic presidential candidate, have discussed their ancestral link.

“Cousin Barack?” Cheney said. “No, we haven’t — haven’t had the opportunity to talk about it.”

Lynne Cheney, the vice president’s wife, told MSNBC last week she uncovered the long-ago ties between the two while researching her ancestry for her latest book, “Blue Skies, No Fences.”

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Obama loses fundraiser to Clinton

A longtime Democratic fundraiser has abandoned Barack Obama’s campaign to help rival Hillary Rodham Clinton win the party’s presidential nomination.

Bob Farmer, who was a top fundraiser for several past Democratic presidential candidates, had served on Obama’s national finance committee.

Farmer did not respond to a request for comment after a message was left at his home in Bal Harbour, Fla. But Kirk Wagar, Obama’s Florida finance chair, said Farmer let him know he was switching sides without saying why.

“I thanked him,” Wagar said.

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