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Sunday, November 13, 2016

Newsweek Photo


18 comments:

Anonymous said...

I hope they are wrong

Anonymous said...

Don't worry, Miss Piggy ain't gonna win!

Anonymous said...

We need an investigation of medial bias, as well and fraud in the corporate media. The corruption is overwhelming and threatens our republic. My fear is that if she becomes president, alternative media like the Blogs, and Drudge Report, Jeff Rense, Michael Savage, etc, will be shut down. My fear is that anything contrary or critical of the government or media will be defined as hate speech. We are loosing this now, because of political correctness.

Anonymous said...

I fear I will wake up on the 9th and find out that she won. PLEASE!!!! vote Trump. (map)

Anonymous said...

One would think the media would know better than this after Truman's victory.

Anonymous said...

This happens with superbowl teams too. They print stuff so it's ready to distribute asap. Shes still goin down though TRUMP 2016

Anonymous said...

The corrupt media needs to be Wiped out.

Anonymous said...

@ 2:43, that makes sense....but do you think they printed a cover with Trump on it? Just curious!!

Anonymous said...

The girl who put this out there mysteriously disappeared.

Anonymous said...

The word Madam fits her , head of the prostitutes .

Anonymous said...

3:01 I have no idea. I'm not sure if this was paid for by Hillary or if they just chose to post her issues (if they did indeed print one for each)

Anonymous said...

NO they did not print a Trump issue.

Anonymous said...

Same here, and yes vote Trump!

Not Quite Understanding said...

Yes they did. I've seen it.

Anonymous said...

I'll be damned! Another of the print media that needs to go under!!!

Anonymous said...

I should try to get one. I'm running low on TP.

Anonymous said...

New picture for the dart board

Anonymous said...



Newsweek was owned by Washington Post owners for many decades; sold for a Dollar and assumption of debts about 2010. Restructured several times since. Now owned by IBT Media. Still small potatoes.