Operation Destroy Catherine Herridge

Patriot Retort: This will come as a shock to anyone who actually believes those handwringing articles about the “threat to a free press” and “attacking reporters.”  In coordination with the Biden Campaign, those same handwringing outfits have started Operation Destroy Catherine Herridge.

What is it specifically that Catherine Herridge did to cause these reprobates to launch this attack?

She broke the story on the many Obama Administration folks who requested Mike Flynn’s name be unmasked. more here

21 Comments on Operation Destroy Catherine Herridge

  1. Also a great mum (born in Canada):

    “On June 6, 2006, she donated a portion of her liver to her infant son who was diagnosed with biliary atresia.”

  2. I knew it wouldn’t take long for her to piss in someones cereal over at the communist broadcasting shitbirds. She was one of the best FOX had when she left…maybe she should go back!

  3. If President Trump is successful in buying OANN, she should join the exodus from fox who will go there.

  4. Little boxes on the hillside,
    Little boxes made of ticky tacky
    Little boxes on the hillside,
    Little boxes all the same,
    There’s a pink one and a green one
    And a blue one and a yellow one
    And they’re all made out of ticky tacky
    And they all look just the same.
    And the people in the houses
    All went to the university
    Where they were put in boxes
    And they came out all the same
    And there’s doctors and lawyers
    And business executives
    And they’re all made out of ticky tacky
    And they all look just the same.
    And they all play on the golf course
    And drink their martinis dry
    And they all have pretty children
    And the children go to school,
    And the children go to summer camp
    And then to the university
    Where they are put in boxes
    And they come out all the same.
    And the boys go into business
    And marry and raise a family
    In boxes made of ticky tacky
    And they all look just the same,
    There’s a pink one and a green one
    And a blue one and a yellow one
    And they’re all made out of ticky tacky
    And they all look just the same.

    Isn’t it amazing that the very same people who listened to the Sixties political satire, preached independence and “Think Different” will gang up on someone like Catherine Herridge because she defied Group-Think and called out the malfeasance on the part of the Kenyan Kremepuff? Why that’s sacrilegious!!

  5. TRF: funny thing about that song: the type of person who sang that song in the ‘60’s now thinks Housing is a right. What do they want, custom built mansions for everybody? Those houses look a darned sight better than government housing.

    The song was inspired by homes in Daly City, California. I think they were built in the ‘20’s on a hillside below Mission Street (the same Mission Street that starts in San Francisco). I lived in one of those houses for the first five years of my life.

    Then we moved to New York. A block away from my school there was a government housing project with sterile looking apartment buildings. We called them “the projects.”

    I’d take the house in Daly City over those monstrosities.

  6. @RadioMattM – I GREW UP in the projects, in da Bronx.

    They were built, more or less, for returning vets from WWII and Korea, for the ones that did not end up living in Levittown, LI another ‘famous’ planned community after WWII.

    The projects were, at the time, were meant for civil service working types like my parents. We left there (to go to a place called Coop City an even bigger version of the Projects) after my sister started talking like a ‘Puerto Rican girl’…those Projects were cold and sterile because they were built by the Feds and were designed by Socialists (who learned from Europe), as this was the answer to urban ‘planning’ at the time.

    I live IN HOUSE NOW though!

    PS What set of projects did you grow up near. The one that I grew up in was called ‘The Throggs Neck Projects’ named for the area they were built in.


  7. I never knew the name of them. They were close to PS 46 on Staten Island.


    It’s not that I had a problem with them. They were clean. I knew people who lived there. I also understand that if you are trying to build a lot of inexpensive housing they are going to have to be, well, inexpensive.

    I just never understood why Malvina Reynolds had a problem with the houses in Daly City. I thought they had a certain charm to them, but that might be because that is where I spent the first five years of my life.


    I showed Mrs. RadioMattM this video of where I lived in Germany.


    She thought the buildings looked awful. I told her that’s what government buildings looked like.

  8. @RadioMattM – I sincerely, I mean really, sincerely greatful you got back to me.

    Tell you mrs. she is correct, like the Projects I grew up in there is no ‘detailing’ to the buildings, no warmth, no $$$ put into them. This is what war and destruction did to the post War environment thinking and planning.

    And I hate to say those buildings more look like barracks and or places to hold POW’s in WWII, the simple architecture reminds me of this:

    The Great Escape:

    And the same lack of architecture, and surrounding, was more or less the same for the Jews on the way to the ovens.

    Not nice to hear, but it’s a fact, and makes sense of moderne Germanic planning at that time, which was from about 1920-1945 when it ‘ended’, but really did not and continued in spirit in the US and other places.

    Funny you mention Staten Island? Well when my parents were ready to leave the Projects? They LOOKED out on SI and they did not buy into the idea of a house, connected even to another one, so they settled on yet another higher end project like I say, a place called Co-op City done in a real Socialistic Commie Towers in the Park concept, but instead of Germany it was the Bronx.



  9. ^^^ in the photo of Co-op City in the article above?

    In the center is a parking lot, but that use to be a big ‘Greenway’ we called it… before they paved it, yeah talk about my ‘city was gone’.

    Just on the other side of that paved area are some low looking structures? That’s were Ghost grew up, and looking back at the parking lot, the building in the northwest corner of the track, is building #11, in which Mary Hatch grew up in…

    In the foreground is the High Schrool, Middle and Grade schrools we went to.

    On the waaaay back round is where Gen Glover and the 14th, fought Howe and the advancing British, now we call it Pelham Bay Park…it’s quite nice….still.

    Not seen in that pic foreground is I-95 wisking back and forth north and south.

    So that’s just some little backround of a ‘too late up ghost’…for those up late and ‘hanging it out…there.

  10. @RadioMattM – Car 54??!! That made Meee laugh, and in the memory of a passed brother of mine, you hit it.

    Thank YOU.

    The place you lived in looks nice and bucolic, and THAT was and is good thing, my friend.

    Over and out…for now.



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