Revealing the ugly within

With Trump’s COVID diagnosis, leftists are showing their inner ugliness. Andrea Widburg – “Starting within roughly ten minutes of Trump’s tweeting his diagnosis, thousands of people responded with a curse in the Amharic language, which they paired with whatever grotesque pictures struck their fancy. You don’t have to believe in satanism to recognize that their imagery is satanic.” …

“In other words, these people wish imminent death on Trump, followed by eternal damnation. It was stunning to see how quickly the word got out to respond using that curse. Here are just a few of the thousands of examples

It’s at moments such as these that you really look into the heart of leftism and leftists. An unseemly number of leftists are people who celebrate suffering and death, and who yearn for chaos and destruction. They are sick, ugly people — and they want to control every aspect of your life.

How do you argue for the truth when at this point only moral “truth” seems to matter? Neo – “if I utter a fact that contradicts their preferred version of what’s going on, and I offer to send a link about it, some of them reject that suggestion either by screaming that I’m lying, by changing the subject, or by abruptly turning their backs and leaving in rage.”

America’s Chris Wallace Problem. Robert Stacy McCain – “Is anything more dangerous to our country than media bias?”

“Wallace’s dismal performance as moderator in Tuesday’s presidential debate reminded many viewers of such previous instances in which the Fox News Sunday host has shown his prejudice against Trump. And this matters, not only because of how that ugly televised carnival might affect the election, but because of what it tells us about the sad state of journalism in America.

Wallace’s question was not only tendentious, but counterfactual.

why did Chris Wallace use his position as moderator of a presidential debate to parrot Gov. Brown’s rhetoric by claiming that “white supremacists and militia groups” were somehow to blame for the Portland riots? Such a claim is not journalism but political propaganda, and that goes doubly so for what happened in Kenosha.

Chris Wallace could have used his role as debate moderator to be part of the solution to this problem. Instead, his undisguised hatred of Trump inspired Wallace to become part of the problem. … The damage Wallace did to Trump may perhaps prove temporary, but the damage done to America by media bias is cumulative and permanent.

Unpacking Joe Biden’s lies about the Trump job-creation miracle. Andy Puzder – “when Trump talks about “a booming economy,” he is absolutely correct. Wallace’s question ignored the overwhelmingly positive impact of Trump’s policies on businesses and workers alike.”


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