Hate Speech
Hate Speech has been a subject of political discourse since the founding. Unfortunately, "Hate Speech" has now been established by the national Media as only a one-sided (Right) tactic. This message is regularly repeated and sadly even falsely identified as right wing hate speech (Tucson shooting of Rep. Giffords). The problem is actually non-partisan as it has always been. However, the venom being spewed by the Left is either not mentioned or obtusely justified by the national Media (Reps are racist). In the section below, to balance the message and present the true picture, we identify the "hate speech" on both sides. This page is different from the others on this site. The media outlet will usually be pointing the finger the other way. Thus, it is necessary to use "right leaning" media to identify "left wing" hate speech. And, use "left wing" media to identify "right wing" hate speech. So don't be confused when you read for example "Media Matters" on the right and the The Media Research Center on the left. It is necessary for you our reader to identify accurately the 'hate speech' sources, versus the media outlet, degrading the national political discourse. So left complaints about the right are reported on the right. Right complaints about the left are reported on the left.

Trump Campaign Files Complaint Saying Ex-Staffer Omarosa Manigault Newman Breached Secrecy Pact

8/14/18
from The Wall Street Journal,
8/14/18:

President steps up efforts against former ‘Apprentice’ contestant, calling her a ‘dog’

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign filed a complaint against former White House official and campaign aide Omarosa Manigault Newman, alleging she violated a confidentiality agreement she signed during his 2016 presidential bid. A Trump campaign official said in a brief statement Tuesday that the claim was filed with the American Arbitration Association of New York City. The statement doesn’t specify how Ms. Manigault Newman might have violated the agreement. A book by Ms. Manigault Newman covering her 11-month stint as a senior White House official went on sale Tuesday. In the run-up to the book’s release, she released recordings she secretly made of conversations with Mr. Trump, White House chief of staff John Kelly and various 2016 campaign aides. The details of any agreement Ms. Manigault Newman signed couldn’t be determined, and she didn’t respond to requests for comment. In an interview with MSNBC on Tuesday, Ms. Manigault Newman said she didn’t believe she has violated the nondisclosure agreement she signed. “It’s interesting that he’s trying to silence me” she said, speaking of Mr. Trump. “So, what does he have to hide? What is he afraid of?” A nondisclosure agreement signed by another White House aide and reviewed by The Wall Street Journal forbids disclosure of any “confidential information” that is “in any way detrimental to the company, Mr. Trump, any Family Member, any Trump Company or any Family Member Company.” It goes on to bar storage of “confidential information.” The period covered by that agreement is open-ended. It includes a “no disparagement” clause that requires the employee not to “demean or disparage” Mr. Trump “during the time of your service and at all times thereafter.”

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