They abandoned the Daily Show and Colbert’s old time slot when black hosts took over. And even Bernie Sanders’ Press Secretary had to endure constant liberal RACISM:
There were places where I literally I couldn’t get in. I would go to the door, the staff entrance, and people would say, “This is staff only.” I’d have to explain to them that I was staff, and they would question me. I would have to say, “I’m the national press secretary. Did you watch me on the news the other day?” It was consistently happening. There was one week where it happened the entire week.
That’s one of the reasons liberals support affirmative action: Because they’re RACIST, they assume everyone is RACIST.
This guy surveyed 123 people in New York, in jobs involving tipping. And then did some more research!
That petition to remove dangerous air conditioning from John Kerry’s office now has over 35,000 signers. If over 100,000 people sign it, the White House will have to respond.
And he all but disavows the theory of a Russian “hack,” even though he can’t make any explicit statements about his sources.
I think that if you discriminate on the basis of religion, I think that is a black hole,” Mr, Johnson said. “I think you should be able to discriminate for stink or you’re not wearing shoes or whatever. If we discriminate on the basis of religion, to me, that’s doing harm to a big class of people.”
Mr. Petersen wanted to know, however, whether a Jewish baker should be required to bake a Nazi-themed wedding cake.
“That would be my contention, yes,” Mr. Johnson replied.
Actually, Mr. Johnson, a real libertarian would say the baker should be allowed to tell any customer to take a hike for any reason. It’s his bakery, not Hillary Clinton’s.
It’s a speech delivered from a fantasy universe, not the reality we live in today.
The year was 1980. The media – there were just three TV channels back then, all liberal – hammered the Republican candidate for being too rightwing and too untested to be given the codes to the nuclear missiles. In addition, the Republican was almost 70 years old, though he didn’t look it.
But Americans were deeply dissatisfied with the way things were going. Middle-Eastern terrorists were making fools of us, too many people were unemployed at home, and the president turned down the White House heating and wore a sweater to save energy.
As the Ayatollahs continued to literally hold America hostage, President Jimmy Carter’s once-insurmountable lead in the polls evaporated until the two candidates were tied:
Then came the Republican convention in the middle of July in a rust-belt city. The theme was “Let’s Make America Great Again.” Dissenting Republicans were silenced. Reagan got a large convention bounce, and enjoyed a yuge lead:
The lead didn’t last long. The Democrat convention in August gave Mr. Nice Guy, Carter, a bounce. Carter’s socialist rival asked Democrats to unite, saying, “For me, a few hours ago, this campaign came to an end. For all those whose cares have been our concern, the work goes on, the cause endures, the hope still lives, and the dream shall never die.”
If the election had been held at that point, Carter might have won.
But the election wasn’t held at that point.
There was a debate between the two candidates on October 28th. Third parties were excluded. At the debate, Carter tried to put Reagan away by going after him, to which Reagan riposted, “There you go again.”
Carter tried to use Reagan’s words against him, and Reagan claimed he wasn’t sure he’d said those things.
Carter made an error by talking about how, when he’d asked his 13-year-old daughter what the most important issue was, she’d replied “nuclear weapons.” Mr. Nice Guy seemed more like a PTA parent than the leader of a great nation.
Following the debate, Reagan began to surge. The final Gallup poll showed him up by 3. He won by 10, perhaps because Reagan voters didn’t want to tell pollsters who they were voting for.
The day Reagan was inaugurated, the Ayatollahs released the hostages. They didn’t want to try him.
A decade later, the evil Soviet empire was no more.
Here’s the debate that saved the world. I’m sure Donald Trump and his advisers will watch it carefully, as will Hillary Clinton and her minions. You should too!
The U.S. media is essentially 100 percent united, vehemently, against Trump, and preventing him from being elected president. I don’t have an actual problem with that because I share the premises on which it is based about why he poses such extreme dangers.
But this gets back to the point I was trying to make earlier, which is, if you are someone who wants to stop Trump or Brexit, your goal should be to communicate effectively with the people who believe it is in their interest to support Trump or Brexit. I think in general there is no effort on the part of media elites to communicate with those people and do anything other than tell them that they are primitive, racist, and stupid. And if the message being sent is that you are primitive, racist, and stupid, and not that you have been fucked over in ways that are really bad and need to be rectified, of course those people are not going to be receptive to the message coming from the people who view them with contempt and scorn. I think that is why Brexit won, and I think that is the real danger of Trump winning.