Friday, December 10, 2021

I Think The Left Has Figured That They Have Lost

 12/10/21 Mediaite on Brian Williams leaving MSNBC quotes from what seems a poorly edited transcript:

But the darkness on the edge of town has spread to the main roads and highways and neighborhoods. It’s now at the local bar, and the bowling alley, at the school board, and the grocery store. And it must be acknowledged and answered for. Grown men and women who swore an oath to our Constitution, elected by their constituents possessing the kinds of college degrees I could only dream of have decided to join the mob and become something they are not while hoping we somehow forget who they were.

They’ve decided to burn it all down – with us inside. That should scare you to no end as much as it scares an aging volunteer fireman.

I find it hard to believe an MSNBC "journalist" means the Democrats even though they are always full of excuses why rioters should burn out the economic heart of cities, destroying jobs for blacks and creating "food deserts."  Yes, our goal is to destroy the billionaire-run elite power structure that thinks Jussie Smollett was attacked by MAGA-hat wearing homophobes, instead of his gay friends who he paid to pretend beat him up and put a noose around his neck.   A power structure that thinks replacing Dr. King's lofty goal with racial identity group whining, and dumbed down academic standards that implement what Se, Moynihan (D-NY) called the "soft bigotry of law expectations."


  1. I have often considered the possibility that the rioting, burning and looting was staged to influence the election. Democrats wanted to force Trump to act like the dictator they said he was. Instead, Trump followed the law. He could not send in federal troops without the express invitation of the state's governor and city mayor. So he didn't.

    Should Trump have protected Democratic strongholds against their own stupidity? Perhaps but the Democratic strongholds have done far more damage to themselves than anything Trump might of done to them. I expect cities like Chicago & Minneapolis will go the way of Detroit. Perhaps it is a sociological thing where a certain size is reached and everything turns to organic fertilizer.

  2. Apparently Mike Wallace is leaving Fox for CNN, as well.

  3. Perhaps it is a sociological thing where a certain size is reached and everything turns to organic fertilizer.

    Tokyo has 14 million people and functions better than any American city.