As the election approaches, we’re back to the system of media outlets taking turns rolling out stories supporting the various Democrat narratives. Yesterday, the news-fakers at ABC turned out this little ditty:
ABC: Joe Biden Isn't Senile, That's What The Russians Want You To Think https://t.co/ITjkMlQHqX
— Mollie (@MZHemingway) September 3, 2020
Yes, friends, this rehash of the Democrat/Media “it’s all Russia all the time” narrative is that you should not believe your lyin’ eyes and ears when it comes to Joe Biden’s obvious advancing dementia, because it’s all just the Russians. Or something. Honestly, I don’t even know what it is – the headline was so utterly absurd and without any merit at all that I refused to even click on the link.
You go read it if you care to.
Then there’s the despicable news-fakers at The Atlantic, the dying magazine’s editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg no less, who rolled out a classic pathetic hit piece Thursday. This one alleges that President Donald Trump hates the military – especially soldiers who are dead or wounded – and goes around every day finding excuses to make disparaging remarks about them.
For this obvious hoax, the Atlantic expects to you suspend disbelief, ignore what you see and hear from the President every day, and believe the “unnamed sources” upon whose alleged word the entire story is based. These “sources” may or may not exist – you have no way of really knowing. The Atlantic, which has repeatedly been caught spreading the most heinous fake news over the last five years, expects you to trust its “journalistic ethics”, which is akin to a shark telling you to trust it not to eat you.
Within hours of the story’s breaking, at least three current and former close advisors to the President posted absolute, unqualified refutations of the allegations in it. They include General Keith Kellogg who serves as Mike Pence’s National Security Advisor:
The Atlantic story is completely false. Absolutely lacks merit. I’ve been by the President’s side. He has always shown the highest respect to our active duty troops and veterans with utmost respect paid to those who have given the ultimate sacrifice and those wounded in battle.
— Keith Kellogg (@generalkellogg) September 3, 2020
Again, this is 100% false. I was next to @POTUS the whole day! The President was greatly disappointed when told we couldn’t fly there. He was incredibly eager to honor our Fallen Heroes. https://t.co/8YZlWS83I3
— Jordan Karem (@JordanKarem1) September 4, 2020
These were some of the moments I witnessed the President show his heart and demonstrate how much he respects the selfless and courageous men and women of our military. I am disgusted by this false attack.
— Sarah Huckabee Sanders (@SarahHuckabee) September 4, 2020
Again we see a corrupt media outlet expecting you to ignore your lying eyes and ears and just believe them. This is just another example of how the utter abandonment by our corrupt national media of anything resembling journalistic integrity threatens our entire society.
It hasn’t been long ago that no reputable editor would have ever dreamed of going to print with an explosive story such as this based purely on cowards who refuse to reveal their names. But the media decided in 2016 that literally anything is “fair game” when going after Trump. And hey, we’re all out of “reputable editors,” and stuck with Democrat activist hacks like Jeffrey Goldberg instead.
Goldberg claims multiple sources, but the Atlantic’s track record is so sketchy that we’d be fools to believe any of them truly exist. If they do exist, can anyone doubt that, if their names were revealed, we would find loyalty to Barack Obama in their resume’? Of course we would, which is why their names will never be revealed. Again, that’s if they even exist.
This is the state of our entire news media today, and it is incredibly divisive. Struggling rags like the Atlantic, desperate for readers and web traffic, are willing to go to press with any story, no matter how absurd, if they think it could go viral.
This story did go viral, as the China bots and outrage mobs on Twitter and Facebook made sure to spread it as quickly as they could. So, the Atlantic made a little money from its advertisers for the day and may get a few new subscribers, although China bots don’t tend to buy subscriptions to dying fake news magazines.
But here’s our looming reality through November 3: We’re going to see a new fake story every day from one corrupt media outlet or another. It’s like they have a batting order that’s been written up by the DNC. This week we’ve seen the daily narrative booster story from Axios batting leadoff, the Washington Post hitting second and The Atlantic taking the batter’s box third. The ABC story mentioned above doesn’t count because it was just the 10,000th rehash of the “Russia, Russia, Russia” narrative.
Today we’ll find out which corrupt media outlet is batting cleanup. My money’s on the New York Times.
That is all.
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