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Weyermuller: Plagiarism Can Help You Become Vice President

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By Mark Weyermuller - 

Much of the left wing so called "main stream" media is obsessed today with Melania Trump and her possible plagiarism. I seem to recall another case of now Vice President Joe Biden, who admitted to plagiarizing.

He's the same guy who said, "Buy a shotgun."  And whatever happened to that "groping" story? I guess it just went away. 

http://www.nytimes.com/1987/09/18/us/biden-admits-plagiarism-in-school-but-says-it-was-not-malevolent.html?pagewanted=all

http://illinoisreview.typepad.com/illinoisreview/2013/12/vice-president-biden-gropes-white-house-reporter-.html

There is a double standard in media coverage.  There seems to be a big push to change the subject which is attacks on our police. Americans are concerned about jobs, taxes, security, borders, immigration, family,  and making AMERICA great again. 

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Typical Democratic double standards…
    Dare we mention the number of times Obama recycled phrases and slogans used by other clients David Axelrod?
    Of course, there was a speech by Archibald Carey, a former Chicago alderman, who addressed a Republican National Convention assembled in Chicago, that was later sampled by Martin Luther King.