After many decades of legendary journalists, we now have Leftist activists posing as journalists, calling the police about pricing confusion at Target.
We’ve known for a long time that us right-thinking individuals aren’t “woke” enough for our political betters in the Leftist Cult. Now Elizabeth Warren and some of her comrades in the media are trying to destroy a chain store called Dollar General that doesn’t match their Whole Foods expectations (or prices) that they’re used to.
It appears the Red Star is in agreement with Donald Trump.
The Toronto Star has just published an editorial about the Australian wildfires. Any guesses on how many times the word “arson” was used?
The NY Times is now promoting a narrative whereby Canadians should assign President Trump some blame for . . . wait for it . . . Iran shooting down a Ukrainian airliner:
If it is determined that it was an Iranian missile, Mr. Trudeau will have to grapple with the question of whether the United States, Canada’s most important ally, played a role in provoking the events that ultimately resulted in the loss of Canadians’ lives.
— Brian Lilley (@brianlilley) January 9, 2020
Is “woke” the 2020 word for “traitor”?
According to this map, the entire state of Victoria is on fire. The whole damn thing.
That'll sure come as a surprise to the seven million people who live there.
— Billy Swagspeare (@bswagspeare) January 7, 2020
Enemies of the People: ABC News spent another morning sympathizing with our enemies on Monday’s Good Morning America. This time, it was correspondent Martha Raddatz’s turn to be awestruck by the anti-American protests in Iran
There’s no getting around the fact – no matter how much one wants to – that Rachel @Maddow’s performance on Russiagate was one of the most paranoid, unhinged and fact-free debacles of sustained media propaganda, fear-mongering, conspiracy-mongering and deceit in many years: https://t.co/wvXGpBOerS
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) December 28, 2019
More from the National Review:
Like other prime-time cable news hosts who receive much more criticism, Maddow shows up every weeknight and tells a devoted audience, “the world is as you want it to be.” Trump is the worst, he’s committed many terrible crimes, a reckoning is coming, we will be vindicated. Her audience is not interested in hearing the host or guests declare: “While we are vehemently opposed to Trump, but there is no evidence he’s being blackmailed or controlled by the Russian government.” Her program includes bits of news and other substances that appear to be like news, but are not — fervent speculation, conjecture, assumptions, theories. If it is too harsh to call it “fake news,” then it is news with artificial flavors and sweeteners, designed to make it more exciting and appealing than it really is.
Those close to Huffpost editors say Huffpost has no editors.
[The] following scene was too much, and had to be removed from their broadcast of the film.
The Year In Review.