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Nothing to see here: Devon Who?, Rah Rah “Bidenomics,” “Illusions of Access”

Nothing to see here: Devon Who?, Rah Rah “Bidenomics,” “Illusions of Access”

And other things the media under-reported last week.

Another week, another week of Democrat propagandist media antics. From ignoring stories about their Dear Leader that they would be cycling 24/7 if they were about any Republican to promoting absolute crazy in lieu of actual news, the Democrat hacktivists have had a busy week.

Having been in around-the-clock propaganda mode about what a wonderful, leg thrill-inducing success “Bidenomics” has been, the Democrat hacktivists are not breaking through.

Newsbusters: “MEDIA FAIL: New CBS News Poll Shows Most Americans Think ‘Bidenomics’ Sucks”

ZeroHedge: “Biden Gaslights Americans With Fake ‘Manufacturing Boom’ As US Production Plunges”

Speaking of gaslighting (via Twitchy): The NY Times “reports” that “it’s ‘long been known that elder Biden’ interacted with son’s business partners.”

And they wonder why no one trusts or believes them.

If all one reads is the Democrat hacktivist media, one might be forgiven for not having any idea who Devon Archer is.

Oh, it was all just an “illusion” of access, not actual influence peddling. Or something.

Hot Air: “The new Democrat line: Hunter was selling an ‘illusion’ of access”

Some “illusion”:

Democrats are destroying America with their ridiculous indictment of Trump over J6, and the media is gleefully assisting.

He’s not wrong.

Nothing to see here:

Washington Free Beacon: “Missouri Democratic Party Advocates Burning Down Neighbor’s House Over Trump Flags”

Meanwhile, we may have a new Solyndra courtesy of your tax dollars being set on fire by the Biden administration. Not that you’re likely to see this covered by the Democrat propagandists.

Wall Street Journal (archive link): “The U.S. Clean-Energy Company That Hit the Subsidies Jackpot — First Solar stands out among beneficiaries of Biden’s climate legislation, but lots of green energy companies are ‘trying to get on the gravy train’.”

Hot Air: “Another school shooting that didn’t happen”

Hot Air: “China investing millions in U.S. K-12 schools”

Of course you heard all about the results and human impact of Biden’s botched Afghanistan withdrawal. Or maybe not.

Twitchy has more on these heartbreaking stories about Biden’s disgraceful conduct. Remember, not one person has been held accountable for this horrific and shameful scandal.

The Democrat media, of course, didn’t bother to cover this, much less run with it 24/7 as they absolutely would if Trump had been president at the time.

Definitely nothing to see here:

To heck with Soros-backed DA’s, Democrats are now targeting state Attorneys General seats.

The New Republic: “The Democrats’ Battle Plan for Three Red-State Upsets — A new memo from the Democratic Attorneys General Association argues the party can flip seats in Kentucky, Louisiana, and Mississippi.”

Hot Air: “Professor says children should be exposed to adult genitals”

Daily Caller: “Woman Arrested For Allegedly Threatening School Board Members Who Voted To Tell Parents If Their Kid Is Trans”

PJMedia: “Border Expert: Illegals Committed 430K+ Criminal Offenses in Texas Since 2011”

And, finally, for the funny:


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Maybe it would help get the message through the blockade imposed by the lapdog legacy media if the leading contenders for the GoP nomination had spent the months since the midterms focusing on Biden instead of on each other, some far more so than others. How about a simple gentleman’s agreement among the field to spend twice as much air time, money, interview time and stump speech material taking about Biden as they do on each other? Try it until Oct 1st and see how it goes.

    Mauiobserver in reply to CommoChief. | August 8, 2023 at 10:04 pm

    Ah, Reagan’s 11th Commandment for Republicans still applies.

    There is plenty about the Biden regime and the administrative state to campaign against.

    Other contenders for the GOP nomination may be wrong but at least they are not totally corrupt and thoroughly evil.

    mailman in reply to CommoChief. | August 9, 2023 at 4:55 am

    That could be because right now the campaign is to become the Republican nominee so of course they are going after each other. The time for going after The Big Guy will come once that race is over.

      CommoChief in reply to mailman. | August 9, 2023 at 10:20 am

      How about from Nov ’22 -May ’23?
      Lots of time there in that 6+ month period to bash Biden, the d/prog in Congress, the d/prog Cray Cray policies and the d/prog shenanigans of all sorts.

    healthguyfsu in reply to CommoChief. | August 9, 2023 at 9:21 pm

    Funny thing is such an agreement would EASILY favor the candidate in the lead. But since he has only one real trick and tunnel vision, he can’t help himself.

    Reason #99999999 that Trump is his own worst enemy.

There are 6 companies in America that handle 90% of the MSM…and each and the employees of consequence therein would see the Constitution ripped in half before turning on the Democrat Party. Liberalism and its absurd ancillary tenants like global warming, sex morphology, the sense of superior intellect etc. is a mental condition, a cult if you will, that is pathologically destructive.

Yes, so much is filtered and slanted so the truth is never revealed, or revealed in paragraph 25. It’s a cover-up involving the media and administrative state, among others, in part because they are the culprits.

They cast their lots against the individual and engage in oppression. The question is whether or not the people can overcome in spite of it.

I don’t read The NY Times but Powerline ran a partial editorial from them the other day.

The author pointed out that the group think was in large part due to the demographics of the newsroom.

He said that when he became a reporter years ago most of the reporters and writers were working class. Now most are not only college grads but largely from elite exclusive universities. They come from wealthy privileged backgrounds and largely have only associated with the rich and powerful their whole lives.

The same is true in DC even among the GOPe. You get people like Barr and Wray from Manhattan with private prep school and Ivy League backgrounds. They have never shared common experiences or interests with Tea Party or Deplorable types.

    puhiawa in reply to Mauiobserver. | August 9, 2023 at 1:31 am

    A fine point. I was raised on an island with a parent who worked for a plantation. I had to test every time I sought academic advancement without the benefit of study guides, tutors, classes on the tests, etc. Fortunately I was accepted by one of the finest colleges in America. My grade school classmates who were also brought up in similar circumstances are still my acquaintances and friends.

      Mauiobserver in reply to puhiawa. | August 9, 2023 at 2:14 pm

      Well done. When I lived in New York I competed in athletic events with folks from NYC who did not own cars since finding parking was so hard and expensive as well as seldom needed.

      Since I lived on Long Island, I usually provided transportation when we traveled to New England or the Mid Atlantic area.

      Two of the guys I usually traveled with were from Oahu. Both were younger and Asian descent. Both grew up in one of the rougher areas of Honolulu and went to public schools, I asked one how a kid growing up there ended up in NYC working in finance. He said that he went to college in Massachusetts, I asked where but he just kind of mumbled the answer. His wife informed me that both he and his friend were Harvard graduates, but he was embarrassed to speak of it (no brag Brah). They were both academic stars in Hawaii regularly winning contests against competitors from the elite private schools.

      As a final note they are still friends and basically as fine of people as you would ever hope to meet.

Some very interesting stuff here;

And if you have a spare eternity something from viva to enjoy;

And this is why I love this guy, he has an ability to filter the bullshit from the other bullshit that produces never ending articles about the rational approach Democrats are taking to charging Trump with the crime of hurting their feelings.

Can you imagine what an unbiased DoJ could do with all the shit thats coming out about the Biden crime family?

At the moment all these revelations appear to trigger is more indictments against Biden’s main political opposition for next years election.

not_a_lawyer | August 9, 2023 at 8:55 am

There needs to be some motivation for the investigative journalists to root out corruption. Is this not their primary job, for which they have been afforded constitutional protections?

I know that Miranda Devine, Mollie Hemingway, Julie Kelly, Sharyl Attkisson, and Catherine Herridge have all been vociferous regarding political corruption,

Hey wait… these are all female journalists… I’m not a sexist, but…