The media is very, very worried, and it shows. – Rudy Giuliani’s hair dye ran down his face as he sweated through yesterday’s Democrat election fraud press conference, and that’s all the corrupt news media wants to talk about related to that event. Which means that the corrupt news media is really, really concerned about the substance of what Giuliani, Sidney Powell, Jenna Ellis and the other attorneys who participated had to say.
This is Liberal Media Distraction 101: When you don’t want to report on the substance, find a distraction from it. It’s what they do.
But that’s ok, because the press conference achieved exactly what it was designed to achieve.
The strength of the presser yesterday is that it succeeded in creating a broader dissemination and awareness of the allegations of massive Democrat election fraud in several states among the general public. Achieving that, of course, was the main reason for conducting it, given that the lawyers knew going in that they would receive a 100% hostile reception from the Democrat-activist-pretend-journalists who showed up.
The media hates Giuliani for his fierce defense of President Trump against the Mueller thugs and the Democrat impeachment hoax, and for his forcing of the Hunter Biden laptop into the public domain. These actions are all cardinal sins in their eyes, given they all harmed the media’s Democrat Party benefactors.
Giuliani is thus Public Enemy #2 – second to the bad Orange Man in the White House, of course – in the media’s collective, myopic eyes, and anything he has to say is to be dismissed out of hand and ridiculed in the coarsest manner possible on CNN and MSNBC. Thus, Rudy dyes his hair – just as pretty much 100% of the preening media jackasses themselves do on a regular basis – and that is the object of ridicule, the means of distraction from the substance of what was discussed on Thursday.
The media also detests Sidney Powell, because she has spent the preponderance of the last two years defending a true American hero, General Mike Flynn, against the brutal abuse of the U.S. Department of Justice and the utterly corrupt federal judge in his case. This again is a cardinal sin in the media’s eyes, given that even Flynn’s original law firm was in on the fix against him, and the media thought they had him in the bag until Powell came along and spoiled the whole deal.
Even Tucker Carlson went off on Powell during his monologue last night, whining about the fact that she refuses to reveal her entire case to the producers of his Fox News show.
On Sunday night, “Tucker Carlson Tonight” texted her after watching one of her segments. What Powell was describing would amount to the single greatest crime in American history. Millions of votes stolen in a day, democracy destroyed, the end of our centuries-old system of self-government. Not a small thing.
Now, to be perfectly clear, we did not dismiss any of it. We don’t dismiss anything anymore, particularly when it’s related to technology. We’ve talked to too many Silicon Valley whistleblowers and we’ve seen too much after four years on the air. We literally do UFO segments, not because we’re crazy or even been interested in the subject, but because there is evidence that UFOs are real and everyone lies about it.
There’s evidence that a lot of things that responsible people dismiss out of hand as ridiculous are in fact real. The louder the Yale political science department and the staff of The Atlantic magazine scream “conspiracy theory,” the more interested we tend to be. That’s usually a sign you’re over the target. A lot of people with impressive-sounding credentials in this country are frauds. They have no idea what they’re doing. They’re children posing as authorities. And when they’re caught, they lie and then they blame you for it. We see that every day. It’s the central theme of our show and will continue to be.
So that’s a long way of saying we took Sidney Powell seriously with no intention of fighting with her. We’ve always respected her work, we simply wanted to see the details. How could you not want to see them? So we invited Sydney Powell on the show. We would have given her the whole hour. We would have given her the entire week, actually, and listened quietly the whole time at rapt attention.
But she never sent us any evidence, despite a lot of polite requests. When we kept pressing, she got angry and told us to stop contacting her. When we checked with others around the Trump campaign, people in positions of authority, they also told us Powell had never given them any evidence to prove anything she claimed today at the press conference.
Powell did say that electronic voting is dangerous, and she’s right, but she never demonstrated that a single actual vote was moved illegitimately by software from one candidate to another. Not one.
Understand that Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani are very smart and experienced lawyers. Giuliani is the former U.S. Attorney that brought down the New York City mob families, for crying out loud. Never during the long, highly-complex cases he took to court under the then-new RICO laws did he reveal all of his evidence to the defense during a press conference. That’s not something any intelligent lawyer does.
Sidney Powell spent 1o years as an assistant U.S. Attorney herself. During that time, she successfully prosecuted Texas mobster Jimmy Chagra, whose family commissioned the hit on Federal Judge John Wood by Charles Harrelson. For the last 25 years she has been an incredibly successful appellate lawyer practicing in the federal courts. Again, not once has she ever revealed her entire case to the other side during a press conference or on a Fox News talking head show.
Why? Because she, like Giuliani, knows what she’s doing. Carlson knows this: Thus, the motivation for his monologue last night is fairly mysterious, and should probably be viewed in the context of Fox’s overall rapid shift to the political left.
Yesterday’s press conference was pure legal theater, designed to accomplish exactly what it achieved: To make this subject the prevailing topic of conversation across all social media platforms, and to raise public awareness of the nature of the charges the team will be making in court.
Even with Rudy’s hair dye streaming down his cheeks, Mission Accomplished.
Now, the hard work of actually convincing judges must begin in earnest, and it better happen fast.
That is all.
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