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Oliver Darcy Biography
Oliver Darcy is an American reporter, editor and political commentator who works for CNN.
Prior to joining CNN, Darcy was the politics editor at Business Insider. He was also the deputy managing editor at The Blaze.At The Blaze, he was editor and chose content for The Blaze’s Facebook page and Twitter accounts. He also assisted in developing The Blaze’s presence on emerging social platforms.
Other Personalities:Wajahat Ali
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Darcy stands at a fair height and has a fair body weight to match her Height.
Oliver Darcy Education
Darcy attended the University of California in Merced and graduated with a BA in Political Science. During his studies, he emphasized in American Politics and International Relations.The University of California (UC) is a public university system in the U.S. state of California. Under the California Master Plan for Higher Education, the University of California is a part of the state’s three-system public higher education plan, which also includes the California State University system and the California Community Colleges System.
The University of California was founded on March 23, 1868, and operated temporarily in Oakland before moving to its new campus in Berkeley in 1873. In March 1951, the University of California began to reorganize itself into something distinct from its first campus at Berkeley, with Robert Gordon Sproul remaining in place as the first systemwide President and Clark Kerr becoming the first Chancellor of UC Berkeley. However, the 1951 reorganization was stalled by resistance from Sproul and his allies, and it was not until Kerr succeeded Sproul as President that UC was able to evolve into a true university system from 1957 to 1960.
Oliver Darcy Career
Oliver’s career is the perfect example of how digital success can propel you to mainstream opportunities.During his time at the University of California, he decided to create a video in which he talked to students on campus and asked them to sign a mock petition he drew up. After the video gained attention on the internet, he created more politically motivated videos and soon landed guest appearances on The Glenn Beck Show and The Stossel Show, both hit shows on the Fox News network.
His first significant venture was to launch a website called ExposingLeftists whose sole purpose was to breakdown and expose liberal ideology and philosophy failures and inconsistencies.After making a few appearances as a guest speaker, Darcy was eventually offered a job as the Digital Media Editor by the Leadership Institute. He worked primarily for the CampusReform (dot) org at the Institute and spent his time editing videos for the site in addition to doing some graphic designing and reporting on the various abuses, fraud and wastes happening in colleges across the USA.
Oliver also worked for online publication, The Blaze as a Deputy Managing Editor before moving on to the Business Insider where he worked as a Politics Editor. During his stint at the Business Insider, he also managed reporters for the publication in addition to covering politics in and around the USA.Currently, he works for CNN Media as a Senior Media Reporter. As part of his job and responsibilities, he also writes about various political issues across the country and is often at the center of media coverage on major political events.
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Oliver Darcy is a senior media reporter for CNN, writing at the intersection of media and politics.Prior to CNN, Darcy was the politics editor for Business Insider, where he oversaw a team of reporters and covered national politics. He was also the deputy managing editor of TheBlaze.Darcy graduated from the University of California, Merced, with a degree in political
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Oliver Darcy Send Her Back
he fact that it was not surprising did not make it any less disturbing. After President Trump assailed Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar at a North Carolina rally Wednesday night, his crowd of supporters broke into a chant, shouting in unison, “SEND HER BACK!” Then, as Kaitlan Collins reported on-air, Trump “paused a moment to let that chant grow some momentum.”
The reactions were swift.
Former Obama speechwriter and “Pod Save America” host Jon Favreau called it “one of the most chilling and horrifying things I’ve ever seen in politics.” And former Jeb Bush aide Tim Miller tweeted, “I’d say to my friends in DC going along with Trump. Imagine how this video of the President leading a white mob in a ‘Send Her Back’ chant targeting a black refugee is going to look in your kids’ high school government/history classes.”
At the end of his program, Chris Cuomo summed things up succinctly: “Trump says he wants to ‘make America great again.’ But what he means is ‘make America hate again.’”
“Traitor!” “Treason!”It wasn’t just the mention of Omar that drew scorn from the crowd on Wednesday night. The mention of the other four Democratic congresswomen drew jeers from Trump’s supporters. According to WSJ, the mention of Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib “drew a deafening round of boos and shouts of ‘traitor’ and ‘treason’ from the crowd.”
Omar quotes Maya Angelou Responding to the chant that broke out at Trump’s rally, Omar quoted Maya Angelou, tweeting, “You may shoot me with your words, You may cut me with your eyes, You may kill me with your hatefulness, But still, like air, I’ll rise.” Omar later added on Twitter, “I am where I belong, at the people’s house and you’re just gonna have to deal!”
>> Related: On Wednesday morning, “The Squad” appeared on “CBS This Morning” for an interview with Gayle King, reacting to Trump’s attacks and denouncing them as a “distraction.”
Maddow: Trump’s racist outburst could be “new normal” until election day
Opening her show on Wednesday night, Rachel Maddow told her audience, “It has been another ‘can you believe it?’ day in news.” After filling in viewers on the chant that broke out at Trump’s rally, Maddow offered an unsettling thought: It’s “possible this is the new normal for the next year and a half.” She suggested Trump’s re-election strategy might just be to “stoke the outrage any way” he can, in an effort to galvanize his base.
Over on Fox..
While hosts and guests on other networks expressed shock at what happened, things were of course different on Fox. I tuned into Laura Ingraham’s program, and heard her excitedly exclaim, “The president was on fire!” And earlier in the evening, Tucker Carlson hosted a guest who bizarrely claimed the term “people of color” is a “racist term.” Truly an alternative news universe…
Snapshot of America
Perhaps one of the better snapshots of our dystopian state of current affairs comes via the Merriam-Webster. On Wednesday night, the dictionary tweeted, “Tonight’s top searches, in order: racism, socialism, fascism, concentration camp, xenophobia, bigot.”
Coverage set to enter day five
Often, with the chaotic news cycle, it can be hard for stories — even the explosive ones — to stick. That has not been the case with the racist comments Trump has directed at the four minority congresswomen. On Thursday, coverage of the comments will enter day number five.
Trump “views his attacks on the four congresswomen of color as an unbridled political success,” CNN’s Kevin Liptak and Kaitlan Collins reported on Wednesday. Indeed, Trump told reporters he’s “not relishing the fight” but is “enjoying” it. He later even called the Daily Mail’s David Martosko to boast about it, insisting he was “winning the political fight” and “winning it by a lot.”
“When is Donald Trump going to stop embarrassing his friends, let alone the whole country?” That’s not a quote from a liberal MSNBC host reacting to this week’s racist comments from Trump. And it’s not from a Democratic presidential contender.
No, that is actually a direct quote from Rupert Murdoch four years ago Thursday. At the time, Trump had insulted John McCain on the campaign trail during the Republican primary race, claiming the Arizona senator was only a war hero because he had been captured as a prisoner of war. Murdoch didn’t stand for it, and turned to Twitter — which he no longer uses — to blast Trump.
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