Special “The Week That Was” E-dition

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Your Whistleblower Week in Review   

MONDAY (APRIL 25), In Our “Monday Message” From The Whistleblower Newsroom, The Blower Featured:


It took months for a much-hyped alliance to stop DONALD TRUMP to take shape. But, as POLITICO’s Nick Gass reports, the alliance between TED CRUZ and JOHN KASICH got off to a rocky start – with Kasich immediately undermining it and Cruz getting hit with tough questions as he tried to pitch the deal as the best way to deny Trump the GOP nomination.


TUESDAY (APRIL 26) The Blower Featured

“Employer Warning” (Tomorrow is Secretary’s Day!)image004

“Cartoon Wars” (More Political Propaganda From Both Sides Of The Aisle!)image005

“DemocRAT Talking Points Memo” (Where Biased Local Newscasts Begin)image006

“Honesty Day” (The Problem With Political Jokes Is That They Get Elected! —Rodney Dangerfield)image007

Special “Veracity Scorecard” (Why Do Our Elected Officials Always Score So Low?)image010

And in Tuesday’s Triumphs From The Whistleblower Newsroom, It was Another Super Duper Tuesday For Trumpimage011

Donald Trump took definitive steps toward solidifying his respective party’s presidential nomination tonight, making his rivals’ task to beat him nearly insurmountable. Trump won all five of the delegate-rich GOP primaries in Connecticut, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Delaware and Rhode Island.  Trump’s clean sweep is a major setback for the hopes of the #NeverTrump movement, which had aimed to stop the controversial real estate mogul’s march to the GOP nomination. With his wins on Tuesday, Trump has crossed the 900 delegate threshold and will add more as the night goes on. And his victories were decisive, too — in each state was winning with at least 57% of the vote.

Speaking from Trump Tower in New York City, Trump said the GOP race was effectively decided. “I consider myself the presumptive nominee,” he said. “As far as I’m concerned, it’s over.”image015

WEDNESDAY (APRIL 27) The Blower Featured

“Phony Job Titles” (What’s so bad about being a secretary anyway?)image012

“Political Postery” (Featuring The Whistleblower War On Political Correctness)image013

“Those Were The Good Old Days” (From The Whistleblower Archives)

The Really Big Story was about then NewsChannel5 Anchorman Jerry Springer donning a phony beard and dirty clothes from L.L. Bean to pose as a homeless pervert on the mean streets of Cincinnati.  The Top Ten List was the top ten things Marvin Warner should do on his first day in prison, and there was a story about how Channel 9 fiddled around for so long on a scoop they had that the story would up in the Enquirer.


“Tweets to the Tweets” (All That Twitters Is Not Gold!)image016

“Political Punch Lines” (Hoping To Hear A Lot More Of Them Tonight!)image019

And In “Wednesday’s Wild Cards” From The Whistleblower Newsroomimage020


Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday called for the United States to “shake the rust off” its foreign policy and move towards an “America first” model, in one of his most focused efforts to outline how his potential administration would operate. A Trump administration foreign policy would “return us to a timeless principle,” he claimed. “My foreign policy will always put the interest of the American people and American security above all else.” Donald Trump’s campaign advisers believe the billionaire mogul is emerging as the “prohibitive favorite” in the Republican presidential race and project that he will accumulate more than 1,400 delegates to secure the nomination on the first round of balloting at the party’s Cleveland convention, according to an internal campaign memorandum. The projections come in a memo distributed to Trump surrogates late Tuesday night containing talking points for use in media interviews this week.image015

THURSDAY (APRIL 28) The Blower Featured

“Take Your Daughter to Work Day” (But What If Your Mom’s A Hooker?)image022

“Cartoon Wars” E-dition (More Political Propaganda From Both Sides Of The Aisle!image023

“DemocRAT Talking Points Memo” (Where Biased Local Newscasts Begin)image025

“Conservative Agenda Update” (This One’s So Good We Wish We’d Written It)image027

“Political Liars Day” (You can always tell because their lips are moving!)image028 And In “Thursday’s Tactics” From The Whistleblower Newsroom


Friday (April 29) The Blower Featured

“Weekly Whistleblower Limerick Contest” (Prize-Winning Political Poetry Since 1990)image033

“Race Riots in America” (Where Are All The White Guys Burning Cars And Buildings?)image034

“Arbor Day” (What Do You Mean, You Forgot?)image036

“Nostalgia Break” (There’s Always Time To Reminisce)image037

Just Another “Guest Column” (But It’s Still The Same Old BS!)image039

And In “Friday’s Features” From The Whistleblower Newsroom

Thursday, April 28, 2016: Donald Trump was joined on stage in Costa Mesa, CA by families of people killed by illegal aliens, including Jamiel Shaw, Sr.


And Earlier On SATURDAY (APRIL 30) The Blower  Featured

“What’s Right With America” (Honoring Real American Heroes!)image040

“Honesty Day in America” (Isn’t Once A Year Enough?)image042

 “Cartoon Wars” E-dition (More Political Propaganda From Both Sides Of The Aisle!) image043

“DemocRAT Talking Points Memo” (Where Biased Local Newscasts Begin)image044

“Patronage County Today” Here’s another column featuring the same sleazy 1980s characters at the satirical Patronage County Courthouse, to illustrate things going on hereabouts these days, so our Persons of Consequence might gain yet another useful perspective on the news.image045image015

If you missed any of these e-ditions, you now have a lot of catching up to do!

And to see where Beloved Whistleblower Charles Foster Kane came up with the idea for the weekly format the Whistleblower Newswire has been using for our “The Week That Was” E-dition every Sunday since the October 18, 2009 E-dition, CLICK HERE!