Caper

A caper?   A caper is a crime.   In particular, a caper is a crime story that is so interesting that they made a movie or TV show about it.   “Caper” in common parlance over the past four decades or so is only used to describe a crime that is somehow flamboyant.

So, here is a headline from Politico.   It is currently featured at the default page on Google News:

“Giuliani and associate give conflicting accounts on origins of Ukrainian caper”

This is media malpractice.   They are looking to label Giuliani’s activities as criminal as a way to tar President Trump.   Sneaky and slimy; just what we have come to expect from journalists.

Truly they are the Enemy of the People.

Not just the NYT, but all of journalism.

They all get indoctrinated in the College of Communications, in the School of Journalism, which is a Leftist project that intends to turn every graduate into a Woodward or Bernstein crusader.   They cannot be trusted.   They have shown blatant disregard for truth, notwithstanding all the blather they spout about their vaunted ethics of journalism.

And the story itself?  Lev Parnas had said that Giuliani’s involvement in Ukraine began when a Ukrainian approached Giuliani while he was lunching with Parnas last year, as reported earlier this week at WashPo.  Politico is reporting that Giuliani says that was not the beginning, because he had been contacted by a Ukrainian earlier.

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8 thoughts on “Caper”

  1. Actually caper sounds like some kind of vegetable. I tend to be firmly against vegies. There are exceptions, but few. Creamed spinach is one.

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  2. Devereaux:
    Actually caper sounds like some kind of vegetable. I tend to be firmly against vegies. There are exceptions, but few. Creamed spinach is one.

    Capers are more like a very salty olive. If you like olives…

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