Joe said what?!

Here it is…, the continuing saga of Sleepy Joe Biden attempting to speak coherently.

In addition to the Biden campaign’s concern about the China virus, more so, they need to be concerned about dementia, cognitive impairment and decline, and the dreaded “foot in mouth disease.”

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According to Joseph A. Wulfsohn of Fox News, “Former Vice President Joe Biden raised eyebrows Thursday with comments comparing the African American and Latino communities.”

On a side note…, why aren’t Whites every lumped into, or referred to as, a “community,” or one monolithic culture?”

Just sayin’.

Anyway…, “During an interview that aired at the convention of the National Association of Black Journalists and National Association of Hispanic Journalists, NPR’s [National Public Radio’s] Lulu Garcia-Navarro pressed the presumptive Democratic nominee if he would ‘re-engage’ with Cuba as president, something she suggested would have an impact on Cuban-American voters in Florida.”

‘“Yes, yes,’ Biden responded. ‘And by the way [Oh, oh…, this is when all of Sleepy Joe’s handlers hold their breaths!], what you all know, but most people don’t know, unlike the African American community, with notable exceptions, the Latino community is an incredibly diverse community with incredibly different attitudes about different things.’”

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Okay…, which is it, Joe?  Do we all know or do we all not know?

“He elaborated, ‘You go to Florida, you find a very different attitude about immigration in certain places than you do when you’re in Arizona, so it’s a very diverse community.’”

Thanks for the clarification, Creepy Joe.

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“The Trump campaign [@TrumpWarRoom] slammed its 2020 rival, tweeting ‘Uhh… did Joe Biden just say that Black people are all the same?’”

The answer to that would be, “yes.”

“Other critics piled on the former VP, [as well]:

‘“There’s no way to dress this up, folks,’ journalist Jeryl Bier [@JerylBier] tweeted.”

“Some of us would call this ‘racist,’” freelance writer Brad Polumbo [@brad_polumbo] tweeted.

Jason Howerton [@jason_howerton], the founder/CEO of Reach Digital tweeted, “It never ends.  This is incredible to witness.”

Rita Panahi [@RitaPanahi], a columnist for The Herald and Weekly Times, tweeted, “Joe! Dude! No. This is worse than ‘poor kids are just as smart as white kids.’”

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“Biden [also] sparked controversy across social media on Wednesday after a preview clip from the interview showed a separate tense exchange with CBS News correspondent Errol Barnett on whether the former VP has taken a cognitive test.”

‘“No, I haven’t taken a test. Why the hell would I take a test?”’

‘“Come on, man!’”

Gee…, I don’t know Sleepy Joe…, maybe because you want the toughest job in the world, but you don’t seem to be able to communicate coherently at all.

Is that a good enough reason?

‘“That’s like saying you, before you got on this program, you take a test where you’re taking cocaine or not. What do you think? Huh? Are you a junkie?’ Biden told Barnett, who is Black.”

Say what?

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“He later knocked President Trump, who previously boasted how he passed a cognitive test.”

‘“If he can’t figure out the difference between an elephant and a lion, I don’t know what the hell he’s talking about,’ Biden quipped about the president.”

YOU “don’t know what the hell HE’S talking about?”

None of us know what the hell you’re talking about, Sleepy Joe!

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And some of us are willing to drag you across the finish line, brain dead or not.

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Meet a real scumbag!

I don’t normally like calling names…, but I’m going to make an exception in this case.

Hey…, if the shoe fits, wear it!

Meet the AFL-CIO (The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations) president, Richard Trumka.

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Trumka routinely lies to his union members, and to everyone else, while performing his duties as an ugly bully, and a shameless puppet for the democrats.

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From the AFL-CIO’s own website:

“The American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO) works tirelessly to improve the lives of working people.”

“We are the democratic, voluntary federation of 55 national and international labor unions that represent 12.5 million working men and women.”

“We strive to ensure all working people are treated fairly, with decent paychecks and benefits, safe jobs, dignity, and equal opportunities. We help people acquire valuable skills and job-readiness for the 21st century economy.”

“Our work is anchored in making sure everyone who works for a living has family-supporting wages and benefits and the ability to retire with dignity.”

“We advance legislation to create good jobs by investing tax dollars in schools, roads, bridges, ports and airports, and improving the lives of workers through education, job training and a livable minimum wage. We advocate for strengthening Social Security and private pensions, ensuring fair tax policies, and making high-quality, affordable health care available to all.”

“We fight for keeping good jobs at home by reforming trade rules, reindustrializing the U.S. economy and providing worker protections in the global economy. We stand firm in holding corporations accountable for their actions.”

“We help make safe, equitable workplaces and give working people a collective voice to address workplace injustices without the fear of retaliation. We fight for social and economic justice and strive to vanquish oppression in all its forms.”

IF THIS IS TRUE, THEN PLEASE TELL ME HOW IN GOD’S NAME YOUR UNION IS SUPPORTING JOE BIDEN FOR PRESIDENT?!

Again, we hear and see words, words, words.

And, again…, please remember…, in the liberal fascist world, it’s more important to say the right things than to do the right things.

This all sounds good, but again…, IF THIS IS TRUE, THEN PLEASE TELL ME HOW IN GOD’S NAME, YOUR UNION IS SUPPORTING JOE BIDEN FOR PRESIDENT AND NOT PRESIDENT TRUMP?!

In response, first of all, the only thing you “work tirelessly” at is picking the pockets of all of your members.

Secondly, you don’t “fight for keeping good jobs at home by reforming trade rules, reindustrializing the U.S. economy and providing worker protections in the global economy.”  In fact, you supported Obama/Biden and Hillary Clinton, after witnessing their horrible trade deals…, watched them kill U.S. manufacturing…, and experienced an unprecedented exodus of American jobs overseas.

So, AFL-CIO, and Richard Trumka, I’m calling you out for the BS artists you are.

That’s just a nice way of saying you’re a disingenuous, workingman poser, a liar, and a traitor to all of the members you represent.

You and all of the AFL-CIO leadership.

BAM!

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Talia Kaplan of FOX Business reports that, “The president [Richard Trumka] of the nation’s labor union [the AFL-CIO] was challenged by FOX Business’ Maria Bartiromo on Tuesday over statements he made regarding presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden and job creation.”

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“In a heated exchange on ‘Mornings with Maria’ on Tuesday, Richard Trumka, the president of the more than 12.5 million-member AFL-CIO, claimed that Trump ‘lost a lot’ of jobs and Bartiromo pushed back saying before the coronavirus pandemic ‘we had probably the best job situation in a generation.’”

“Trump lost a lot of jobs?!”

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Let me just say that it always becomes “a heated exchange” with Trumka, when you don’t allow him to lie, and you call him out on it.”

He’s not used to anyone pushing back on him, and he is ill-equipped, mentally, to deal with it.

“Trumka told Bartiromo that Biden ‘wants to make sure that American jobs stay here.’”

Boy…, you sure couldn’t have guessed that based on Biden’s and Barack’s track record while in The White House.

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‘“He’s working with us on that. He has an industrial program to create jobs, an infrastructure program to help create jobs here at home and so we’ll work with him to make sure that happens,’ Trumka said.”

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If you say so, Trumka.

‘“Joe’s a working guy. He came out of [the] working class.  He understands us.  He came out of Pennsylvania.  He understands what we’re about.’”

Ha!

“Joe’s a working guy?”

Really?

Ya, he came out of a middle-class family, but Joe ain’t no “working guy.”

He’s a career politician that doesn’t know the first thing about working for a living.

Oh…, and “he came out of Pennsylvania?”

So, what?!

Like coming out of Pennsylvania gives you some special kind of awareness!

Nothing against Pennsylvania, but seriously?

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‘“We feel comfortable that he’s going to protect American jobs and work with us on all the different policy issues that need to be taken care of, not just a single policy,’ Trumka said.”

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Again…, you sure couldn’t have guessed that based on Biden’s and Barack’s track record while in The White House.

“Bartiromo then said, ‘Let me push back on that because what did Joe Biden do under the administration when he was with President Obama for the unions?’”

“She added that for President Trump, jobs ‘has been his number one issue.’”

“Yeah, but he’s lost a lot,” Trumka responded. “If you look at where he’s at right now, doesn’t matter, you can say it’s about the pandemic, but he’s lost jobs.”

Like I mentioned before…, Trumka is ill-equipped to defend his illogic.

‘“We’ve lost manufacturing jobs, we lost mining jobs, we’ve lost every set of jobs out there,’ he continued. ‘So, what I said is he talks about it, but his policy doesn’t match it to make it happen. That’s what we have to do, line up the words with the policies.’”

Oh, so, now you want to start doing that?

“Bartiromo then said, ‘It actually did happen,’ adding that his statements are ‘not true.’”

You better watch it, Maria!

Trumka has been known to throw a “hissy fit” when he’s called a liar.

‘“It actually did happen before the pandemic. We had probably the best job situation in a generation,’ she continued.”

Oh, there’s no “probably” about it, Maria.

We HAD the best job situation in a generation.

We HAD historic economic numbers all across the board, regarding employment, the stock market, wages, and whatever else you care to mention.

“Bartiromo then brought up the fact that before the pandemic, the jobless rate was 3.5 percent, the lowest rate since 1969.”

‘“So, everything you’re saying is actually missing the mark because right before the coronavirus hit, we actually did have the best economy and jobs market anybody had ever seen. So, I have to push back on that because it’s just simply not true,’ Bartiromo told Trumka.”

That a girl, Maria!

We can all tell you don’t work for CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC, The New York Times, or The Washington Post.

‘“Please do,’ Trumka said in response. ‘Let me push back on what you’re saying. The jobs being created weren’t manufacturing jobs, they weren’t mining jobs, they were service jobs that paid lower wages.’”

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Liar, liar pants on fire!

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I believe you’re remembering back to the Obama/Biden years, Trumka.

‘“Yes, we had jobs, but we need to raise the wages of those jobs that’s why there’s growing inequality in this country,’ he continued.”

‘“Wages were going up,’ Bartiromo noted.”

‘“Every year inequality has gotten worse in this country because wages aren’t going up properly,’ Trumka hit back.”

‘“No, that’s not true,’ Bartiromo said.”

Watch it, Maria! This meathead will swing on you!

‘“It is true,’ Trumka said.”

‘“No, no it’s not,’ Bartiromo said, adding that ‘the statistics are the statistics.’”

‘“Inequality actually began to narrow in the year before the coronavirus,’ she said. ‘We have to call this out. We’ve been talking about this before the coronavirus, this was one of the main issues that we discussed on this program.’”

“Bartiromo went on to tell Trumka that ‘The President’s policies have been all about jobs and economic growth and that was certainly playing out before the coronavirus. There’s no doubt about it.’”

Thank you, Maria, for standing up to this liberal propagandist, for stating the truth, and for not allowing Trumka to peddle his lies.

‘“Before the coronavirus pandemic hit the U.S., Labor Secretary Eugene Scalia told Fox Business that workers’ wages were growing faster than their bosses’, narrowing the income gap, as a result of President Trump’s policies.”

‘“At the end of the Obama administration, what we saw is wage growth for the high wage earners [and] slow wage growth for the low wage earners,’ Scalia told Bartiromo in an exclusive interview at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland in January. ‘We’ve flipped that in this economy.’”

Richard Trumka has been the president of the AFL-CIO for over a decade now.

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I contend that he doesn’t even come close to representing the vast majority of his union members anymore.

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In the 2016 presidential election, the AFL-CIO backed Hillary Clinton…, and we all know how that turned out.

According to Amanda Becker for Reuters News service, regarding the election back in 2016, “The initial ads will be… featuring an image of Trump with a statement he made supporting ‘right-to-work’ laws, which weaken organized labor by limiting their ability to collect membership dues. Several states have passed such laws, and the U.S. Congress has considered a similar measure.”

‘“I like right to work. My position on right to work is 100 percent,’ Trump said in a radio interview in South Carolina.”

“The text campaign on which the ads will be modeled featured a quote from Trumka, hitting Trump on right-to-work, and characterizing him as racist: ‘Donald Trump’s bigoted comments are bad enough. Now, he supports right to work. Tell him right to work is wrong for working people.’”

“But Trumka, a former coal miner and leader of that union, has made clear he believes Trump in particular would be a disastrous candidate for workers.’”

When you listen to Trumka talk, or read his words, you have to remember to translate what he’s saying.

When he says, “Trump in particular would be a disastrous candidate for workers.”

You have to replace the word “workers” with the words, “me and my liberal, union, flunkies.”

And when he, Trumka, says, “Now, he [Trump] supports right to work. Tell him right to work is wrong for working people.”

You have to replace the words “working people” with the words, “me and my liberal, union, flunkies.”

Here endeth the lesson.

LET’S KEEP AMERICA GREAT!

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GOP Presidential Candidate Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally In Tampa, Florida

 

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Nike’s slave labor hypocrisy.

Yes…, Nike and their social justice, mouthpiece, tool, Colin Kaepernick, need to answer for their slave labor hypocrisy.

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Steven W. Mosher for The New York Post writes, “Nike should quit lecturing on social justice — and atone for using slave labor in China.”

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“The Social Justice Warriors who run Nike, for example, pompously inform us that they are fighting ‘against discrimination in communities worldwide.’ Not only that but they are ‘working every day to erase the stain of racism and the damage of injustice.’”

Words, words, words.

Again, we see another shining example of liberal hypocrisy, and their “do as I say, not as I do” manifesto.

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Remember…, in the liberal fascist world, it’s more important to say the right things than to do the right things.

Just think about it.

Nike has the nerve to “pompously” lecture to the rest of us about social justice and America’s evil slavery past, while they utilize slave labor to produce their products.

“Really, Nike? Then why do you have your shoes made by an oppressive, morally bankrupt regime? China is the ugly poster child, the living exemplar, for all of the evils that you are so quick to condemn America for.”

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America is a convenient “punching bag” for all of these “holier than thou’ types.

And, Nike can get away with this because the liberal, propagandist, mainstream media, is complicit with their behavior and it is not even reported on.

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Again…, propaganda by omission.

Serious, actual truth seeking, journalists, should be all over a story like this, but instead we find these “journalists” turning their backs on this hypocrisy.

And it’s not just a political, or a social hypocrisy…, it’s an evil genocidal type of hypocritical allowance.

“Right now, at this very moment, the Chinese Communists are eliminating the Uyghurs [/ˈwēˌɡo͝orz/], a [Muslim] Turkish-speaking people who live in China’s Far West, from the face of the earth.”

“They’ve locked up over a million Uyghur men in concentration camps, aborted and sterilized hundreds of thousands of the women, and are busy selling the young — in batches of 100, no less — to Chinese factory owners as slave labor.”

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“Secret drone footage has revealed some of the brutality of this campaign. It shows hundreds of Uyghur men, handcuffed, blindfolded and heads shaved, being herded onto a train bound for a secret camp.”

“But it’s even worse for Nike, the ‘wokest’ of ‘woke’ companies.”

It’s true…, just ask ‘em.

“It turns out that some of these Uyghurs have been slaving away making basketball shoes with the famous swoosh on them.”

“An Australian Strategic Policy Institute report published this March, ‘Uyghurs for sale,’ found Uyghur slave labor working in factories supplying 83 well-known global brands in the technology, clothing, shoe and automotive sectors, including Apple, GM, Gap — and Nike.”

“Nike contracts with a Qingdao company, for example, that as of January of this year had 600 Uyghurs cobbling together its shoes.”

“Yes, the same company that funds organizations asking for reparations for a practice that ended in the US in 1865 has actually used slave labor in China to make its products — and its profits — for many years.”

Tell me again WHO should be cancelled?!

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“Like Nike, the pro-sports officials, owners and athletes of the NFL and the NBA who are making big money off the China market have also turned a blind eye to the brutal oppression of minorities there, all the while making ‘woke’ noises about how racist America is.”

What we really have here is a bunch of guilty, rich (but stupid) people, who are being manipulated and used by some very smart Marxists.

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“The poster child for all of this anti-American demagoguery is NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who in 2018 signed a multi-million-dollar contract to become a megaphone for Nike products.”

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“I wonder if the same man who kneels to protest America’s slave-owning past might one day stand for the freedom of slaves in China. It would only be fitting. It was Uyghur slaves, after all, who might have stitched his Kaepernick brand of Air Force 1 shoes together.”

Ouch.

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“While we wait for that moment of self-awareness to strike the young [and bogus] progressive [Kaepernick], we at least have the redoubtable Josh Hawley. The Missouri senator this week tweeted Nike and the NBA to ask them to certify that their products are ‘Slave Free.’”

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“Nike has pledged to donate ‘$100 million over the next 10 years to organizations dedicated to ensuring racial equality, social justice and greater access to education.’”

Ha!

Ya, they couldn’t run to the bank fast enough to through millions of dollars at The Black Lives Matter organization.

This, of course, is money they have as a result of utilizing slave labor in the first place.

Funny how that works, isn’t it?

“But I have a better idea, Nike. Why don’t you take the blood money you have earned from employing slave labor in China and open a factory in the US? Choose a site in the inner city, employ minorities, and provide jobs and a way out of poverty.”

“That would go a lot further toward ensuring racial equality and social justice, not to mention hope for the future of America, than anything else you could do.”

Now there’s an excellent idea, Mr. Mosher!

Ya…, why wouldn’t you do that, Nike?

I know!

The answer begins with an “M,” ends with a “Y,” and has “O-N-E” in the middle.

That’s right!

Our old friend “money” is the answer again, just like it always is, everything else, and I mean everything else, be damned.

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The NBA is confused and hypocritical, as usual.

Yes, my friends, the NBA (The “National Bewildered Airheads” league), also sometimes known as the National Basketball Aassociation, is at it, again.

The league, its commissioner, and 99.9% of its players, are now back to displaying their ignorance, stupidity, and greed, on a nightly and daily basis…, led by their own social justice czar, comrade SheBron, er, I mean comrade LeBron James. .

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Joseph A. Wulfsohn of Fox News reports, “CNN, MSNBC avoid explosive NBA story of human rights abuses at its China training academies.”

“CNN’s Wolf Blitzer ignored the subject during interview with the NBA commissioner.”

Just another example of “propaganda by omission.”

“From human rights abuses to the treatment of Hong Kong, the NBA’s stance on China is ‘very disappointing,’ says Arkansas Sen. Tom Cotton, Republican member of the Senate Intelligence Committee.”

Not to mention “very disingenuous.”

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“ESPN ran earlier this week an explosive story about human rights abuses that allegedly took place at the NBA’s training academies in China, but viewers of CNN and MSNBC have been kept in the dark about it.’

Yeah, like many other things as well.

ESPN apparently didn’t get the “hands-off China” memo.

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“The bombshell report alleged that the young participants in the NBA program were physically beaten by Chinese instructors and were not provided proper schooling, despite commissioner Adam Silver’s previous commitment that education would be ‘central’ to the program.”

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Oh, “Education” is central to the program alright!

The Communist Party of China is “educating” these kids real good, although their idea of “education” may not be the same as Adam Silver’s, or then again, maybe it is.

Did I mention that Adam Silver hails from Uranus?  The planet Uranus?

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Anyway, “A former league employee compared the atmosphere when he worked in Xinjiang to ‘World War II Germany,’ ESPN reported.”

That would be some kind of comparison to the Nazi fascists, I suppose.

Hey…, that just means this Communist Chinese “education” is quite similar to the “education” our college students receive here in The States!

It’s more of an indoctrination than an education.

“China wasn’t mentioned either in CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer’s lengthy interview with NBA commissioner Silver, which took place nearly two hours after ESPN published its report.”

“Instead, Blitzer spent the roughly 16-minute interview discussing the NBA’s ability to resume its season amid the coronavirus outbreak.”

“CNN is notably a TimeWarner-owned sister network of TNT, which has a major partnership with the NBA.”

And, of course, Blitzer disclosed this partnership, right?

Nope.

“Both liberal networks had also failed to address the reportedly abusive training academies on their websites, as of Thursday night.”

See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

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“ESPN’s report detailed how the NBA training academies in China appeared to be largely under the control of the Chinese government.”

Just to let these people know…, EVERYTHING in China falls “largely under the control of the Chinese government.”

Just sayin’.

“Multiple NBA employees filed complaints about how they witnessed Chinese coaches ‘strike teenage players’ and the lack of education provided to the young participants.”

“One former coach told ESPN he watched a Chinese coach ‘fire a ball into a young player’s face at point-blank range and then ‘kick him in the gut.’”

Hmmm…, sounds like the rioters’ treatment of some of our police officers.

So, what’s the problem?

“According to ESPN, NBA officials asked current and former employees not to speak to the sports network about the exposé, with one email from a public relations official reading, ‘Please don’t mention that you have been advised by the NBA not to respond.’”

Such candor…, such transparency, such support of social justice on display here!

Ugh.

‘“You can’t have it both ways,’ one former employee told ESPN. You can’t be over here in February promoting Black History Month and be over in China, where they’re in reeducation camps, and all the people that you’re partnering with are hitting kids.’”

You sure can!

It’s in the Geneva Convention!

It says right in there that the NBA is “allowed to be as stupid and hypocritical as it deems necessary!”

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“Over the past year, the NBA’s intense relationship with China has been scrutinized after the league’s players and coaches have largely refrained from criticizing the country’s human rights violations and expressing support for Hong Kong.”

That’s because IT’S ALLLLLLLLLLLL ABOUT THE MONEY!!!

All the NBA can see is China’s 1.4 billion people shoveling money into the league and its players.

You can overlook an awful lot for billions and billions of dollars.

Just look at our own democrat party if you don’t believe me!

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“Earlier this month, criticism of the NBA’s ties to China was renewed after it was discovered that customers were prohibited from ordering custom gear that read ‘Free Hong Kong’ on its online store.”

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The nerve of these people!

“The store’s operator, Fanatics, suggested the phrase was ‘inadvertently prohibited’ and the ban was lifted. Days later though, the NBA pulled all custom gear from its online store.”

Liar, liar, pants on fire!

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Do they really think people fall for all of these lame excuses?

I guess they do…, they keep coming up with them, over, and over, and over again.

“ESPN’s prominent NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski also raised eyebrows when he sent Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., a profane response to the lawmaker’s criticism of the league’s decision of ‘pre-approved, social justice slogans’ while ‘censoring support’ for law enforcement and criticism of the Chinese Communist Party.”

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Not to mention supporting and advertising for the Black Lives Matter (BLM) anti-American, Marxist, organization.

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As I have said before…, saying that “black lives matter,” and supporting the concept that “black lives matter,” is quite different from actually supporting (and giving money to) the organization, or group, Black Lives Matter (BLM).

Adrian Wojnarowski sounds more like an NBA defender, or proponent, here as opposed to a “reporter.”

“Wojnarowski issued an apology and was temporarily suspended by the network.”

Whatever.

Well, you know what our Chinese friends say, don’t you?

“Bèndàn, jìdé tóupiào jǐ mínzhǔdǎng rén!”

This translates to: “Remember to vote for the democrats, you idiots!”

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Mirror, mirror…

Yes…, mirror, mirror, on the wall, who’s the most racist of them all?

YOU ARE, DEMOCRATS!

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According to Tyler Olsen of Fox News, “A group of Republican House members, led by Rep. Louis Gohmert of Texas, introduced a resolution Thursday that would effectively ban the Democratic Party from the House or force a party name change over past slavery ties — a response to the recent efforts to remove tributes to past members of the Confederacy from the halls of Congress.”

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“It specifically cites the Democratic Party platform’s support for slavery between 1840 and 1856, and other racist actions by party members through the early-to-mid 1900s, before calling on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., to ‘remove any items that names, symbolizes or mentions any political organization or party that has ever held a public position that supported slavery or the Confederacy’ from the House and its properties. The resolution also says such a party ‘shall either change its name or be barred from participation in the House of Representatives.’”

Dang, that Louis Gohmert is good!

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“Gohmert, in a statement accompanying the bill, told Democrats they should rebrand to ‘avoid triggering’ anyone.

That’s right, Louis!

I’m sure the democrats wouldn’t want to be responsible for forcing any of these snowflakes into a “safe zone!”

This is too good!

Please continue!

‘“As outlined in the resolution, a great portion of the history of the Democratic Party is filled with racism and hatred,’ Gohmert said. ‘Since people are demanding we rid ourselves of the entities, symbols, and reminders of the repugnant aspects of our past, then the time has come for Democrats to acknowledge their party’s loathsome and bigoted past, and consider changing their party name to something that isn’t so blatantly and offensively tied to slavery, Jim Crow, discrimination, and the Ku Klux Klan.’”

Whaaaat?!

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Go Louis, go Louis!

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“He added: ‘To avoid triggering innocent bystanders by the racist past of the Democratic Party, I would suggest they change their name. That is the standard to which they are holding everyone else, so the name change needs to occur.’”

What goes around comes around!

Yeah, baby!

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“The resolution’s co-sponsors are Reps. Andy Biggs, R-Ariz., Jody Hice, R-Ga., Randy Weber, R-Texas, and Andy Harris, R-Md.”

“It [the resolution] is unlikely to pass, but appears to be meant more as a criticism of allegedly ‘blatant hypocrisy’ around the House’s approval of a measure removing Confederate busts in the Capitol this week. Weber, speaking on the House floor after Gohmert introduced his resolution, criticized ‘cancel culture.’”

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‘“The cancel culture train, H.R. 7573, that passed yesterday, was wrong on a deep level. I’m not going to get on that cancel culture train that says we have to do away with any mention or remembrance of everybody or everything that we don’t agree with, or that might have said something we don’t like, didn’t like, or that might have stood for something that we don’t stand for,’ Weber said.”

“The legislation to remove statues of Confederates passed 301-113 earlier this week with 72 Republicans and Rep. Justin Amash, L-Mich., voting in favor of it.”

It seems to me that the history of the democrats is much more egregious than the issue of these confederate statues in the capitol building.

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Of course, there’ll be no mention of this on CNN, MSNBC, CBS, NBC, ABC, NPR, The Washington Post, or The New York Times.

Sometimes, propaganda by omission is the only way they can go.

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Google is suppressing access to my website, especially those users searching within the United States, and I could really use your help.

I mentioned this censorship in a prior blog on July 22, 2020, titled, “Google is a gaggle of fascists.”

https://mrericksonrules.wordpress.com/2020/07/22/google-is-a-gaggle-of-fascists/

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Survey says, “Polls are useless!”  

We hear poll results reported to us on a daily basis.

“Most Americans believe this, or most Americans are in favor of that.”

“This politician is leading by so many points, or that politician is dropping in the polls.”

But, are these poll results worthy of even being reported anymore?

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The Pew Research Center says, “Polling is not ‘broken.’”

Of course, what would we expect them to say?

That’s what they do…, they poll public opinion.

They’re not going to undermine their own industry, are they?

In an attempt to validate their own value, I believe they have done just that.

Let’s take a look at Pew’s defense of “survey methodology.”

“A comprehensive review of polling accuracy published in 2018 found that ‘relying on vote intention polls from more than 200 elections in 32 countries over a period of more than 70 years, there is no evidence that poll errors have increased over time….’”

Oh, really.

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What about the 2016 presidential election polls?

“In 2016, problems with polls in a few key Midwestern states led many people to underestimate the chances of a Donald Trump victory. As a consequence, the immediate post-election assessment was that there had been a complete polling meltdown.”

And rightly so.

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“But that ‘insta-narrative’ turned out to be oversimplified. The 2016 election was not, in fact, an industry-wide failure for the polls.”

I beg to differ.

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The 2016 election WAS, INFACT, “an industry-wide failure for the polls.”

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“Rigorous national surveys – designed to measure the popular vote rather than capture the effects of the Electoral College – were quite accurate by historical standards.”

Is that so?

Then where did all of the “Donald Trump has NO path to victory” talk come from?

“An average of the final, publicly released national polls suggested that Hillary Clinton would win the overall popular vote by 3 percentage points, and she ultimately won by 2 points.”

Again…, really?

I do not recall any polls reporting that Donald Trump was anywhere near 2-3 points within catching Hillary Clinton.

This seems like a bit of revisionist history to me.

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Based on the polls, it was almost made to seem that a Trump voter was wasting their time even bothering to vote.

“Front and center among these problems is the fact that many state pollsters didn’t adjust their 2016 polls to reflect that college graduates are more likely to take surveys than adults with less formal education.”

Oh, really.

And what flawed survey did THAT information come from?

How would you “adjust” your poll in this case?

“This mattered more than in previous years, when there weren’t big partisan differences between the two groups. In 2016, however, college grads broke for Clinton while high school grads broke for Trump. State polls that didn’t adjust – or weight – their data by education were left with a biased sample.”

Sooooo, you have to be able to anticipate your poll results beforehand in order for you to be able to correctly adjust your poll results?

Alrighty then.

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“Looking ahead to 2020, election junkies can expect to see some high-quality polling done at the national level and in many states.”

Really?

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Why would we expect that?

Because that’s what you want us to believe for your own sake?

Survey says…, BINGO!

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“The polling industry was founded using mail and face-to-face interviews before it adapted to the rise of telephone connectivity. It is in the midst of another metamorphosis, changing once again to meet the spread of internet access. This means we are in a period of great variety in survey methods. With that comes innovation, risk, creativity and challenges.”

“While evidence suggests that well-funded, telephone-based surveys still work [And what evidence would that be?], they have become much more difficult and expensive to conduct. Difficult because the swarm of robocalls Americans now receive, along with the development of call blocking technologies, means that lots of people don’t answer calls from unknown numbers.”

“Response rates have gone from 36% in 1997 to 6% today.”

Wait…, what?

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“Response rates have gone from 36% in 1997 to 6% today.”

And Pew doesn’t see this as a serious problem?

Or, just a problem they are willing to overlook?

“The good news is that Pew Research Center studies conducted in 1997, 2003, 2012 and 2016 found little relationship between response rates and survey accuracy, and other researchers have found similar results.”

“Little relationship,” huh?

That would be “good news,” if it were true!

“The bad news is that it’s impossible to predict whether this remains true if response rates go down to 4%, 2% or 1%, and there is no sign that this trend is going to turn around as peoples’ technology habits continue to evolve.”

“It’s impossible to predict,” huh?

Again, I beg to differ.

The “bad news,” for Pew is, I think it’s completely reasonable to predict that such low response rates would definitely affect survey accuracy…, even more than they do now.

The question is, if the use of phone polls are fading out of these surveys, what is filling the response gap?

Pew Research Center says, “The internet.”

“As digital access became the norm, pollsters began to look for a way to reach respondents online. This method has a number of upsides [And a number of serious downsides.]. People can take the survey in private and at their convenience, pollsters don’t have to hire and manage roomfuls of live interviewers or pay phone bills, and survey methodologists have found that there are measurement advantages to self-administration. Market research surveys moved en masse to the web, and academics were drawn to the combination of low costs and ease of experimentation.”

“There is, however, one significant challenge. While there are ways to draw random samples of the U.S. population offline using master lists of people’s home addresses or phone numbers (thanks to the U.S. Postal Service and Federal Communications Commission, respectively), there is not yet a way to do this through the internet.”

NO WAY TO DRAW RANDOM SAMPLES THROUGH THE INTERNET!

Oh…, that’s the only “challenge?”

That’s a pretty significant challenge, I would say.

“Traditional survey research is aggressively based on the statistical theory of the random sample, where every member of the population has an identical (or at least known and nonzero) chance of being included. This produces surveys that reflect the country in all its racial, ethnic, religious and income diversity. Low response rates can erode the randomness of the sample.”

EXACTLY!!!

The methodology, that Pew describes here, blows the whole concept of “random sampling” out of the water…, making their surveys, and the surveys of others, virtually worthless.

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It’s the complete randomness factor that lends any level of validity to any of these polls.  Without that, we are really left with nothing worth reporting…, unless, of course, the poll seems to be in your favor.

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Thank you to The Pew Research Center, and these contributors to their report:

Claudia Deane, Vice President, Research, Courtney Kennedy, Director, Survey Research, Scott Keeter, Senior Survey Advisor, Arnold Lau, Research Analyst, Nick Hatley, Research Analyst, Andrew Mercer, Senior Research Methodologist, Rachel Weisel, Senior Communications Manager, Hannah Klein, Communications Manager, Calvin Jordan, Communications Associate, Andrew Grant, Communications Associate, and Travis Mitchell, Copy Editor.

 

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UNBELIEVABLE…, AGAIN!!!

Here…, again…, we see an individual committing a heinous crime, who should not have even be walking around free among us.

According to Gene Saladna, of WFTV.com Orlando and Sarah Wilson, of WFTV.com Orlando, “He’s pure evil: Man with 230 prior felony charges, 2 others arrested on charges related to killing of 3 friends prior to fishing trip in Polk County.”

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230 prior felony charges!!!

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And how many other charges did he have that didn’t rise to the level of being felonies?

It’s actually beyond comprehension.

“POLK COUNTY, Fla. — Three people have been arrested on charges related to the killing of three friends who met up for a fishing trip in Polk County last week, Sheriff Grady Judd announced Wednesday.”

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“Judd said Tony ‘TJ’ Wiggins, 26, and his girlfriend, Mary Whittemore, 27, and Tony’s brother, William ‘Robert’ Wiggins, 21, were all arrested this week on charges related to the deaths of 23-year-old Damion Tillman, 30-year-old Keven Springfield and 27-year-old Brandon Rollins.”

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“Tony, who Judd said has 230 felony criminal charges in his arrest history dating back to age 12, is charged with first degree murder, tampering with evidence, possession of a firearm by a convicted felon and possession of ammunition by a convicted felon.”

‘“He’s a thug. He’s a criminal. He’s pure evil in the flesh,’ Judd said. ‘He’s wild and he’s out of control.’”

And he was allowed to be out here in society to prey on some other, poor, unsuspecting, individuals.

That is the real crime here.

“Judd said Tony has 15 felony convictions on his record and has served two sentences in state prison.”

“Deputies said Robert [Tony’s brother] is charged with tampering with evidence and accessory after the fact of capital felony, and Whittemore Tony’s girlfriend] is charged with accessory after the fact of capital felony.”

“Judd detailed the timeline of what happened on Friday night that led to the massacre near a lake in rural Frostproof. He said Tillman stopped at a Dollar General on his way to meet his friends, where security camera footage captured him have a brief conversation with Tony.”

“Judd said Tillman mentioned to the cashier that he was meeting his friend Kevin to go fishing. Ten minutes later, Judd said Tillman and his two friends were all shot and dying.”

“Judd said Tony, Robert and Whittemore all lived off the grid in a rural area near Frostproof and Lake Wales.”

“Judd previously described the scene of the attack as ‘about as far out in the woods as you can get.’ In 2018, the city of Frostproof recorded only 3,273 residents, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.”

“It has shaken Frostproof to its very core,” Judd said.

‘“We’ve got to bring these people to justice,’ Judd said.”

It seems he has been “brought to justice” many times before.  How did that work out for everybody?

I heard he is being held without bail.

Well, thank you very much.

So, 230 felonies were enough to realize he shouldn’t be running around amongst other law-abiding citizens, huh?

You apparently can’t get anything past these people!

When are these prosecutors and judges going to start being held accountable for their actions?

If you [the judges and prosecutors] don’t want to do your jobs protecting citizens, just let us know and we’ll go back to the wild west days and start dispensing our own “justice.”

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For related reading, please check out my blog from May 21, 2020:

“We’re as mad as hell, and we’re not going to take this anymore!!!”

https://mrericksonrules.com/2020/05/21/were-as-mad-as-hell-and-were-not-going-to-take-this-anymore/

 

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Riddle me this Batman!

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What “cancel culture” group should really “cancel” themselves?

According to Edmund DeMarche of Fox News, “Two professors from Princeton University co-authored a column that took apart the country’s current ‘cancel culture’ that they consider to be based on ‘twisted logic,’ but they said if the trend continues – to be fair – the movement should consider relegating the Democratic Party to ‘the dustbin of history.’”

The democrats and “twisted logic?”

Reeeeally?

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“The movement” meaning the radical, socialist, Marxist, left wing of the democrat party, which is expanding daily within the party.

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“Sergiu Klainerman, a mathematics professor, and John Londregan, a professor of politics and international affairs, co-authored the piece titled, ‘A Modest Proposal for a Name Change,’ which appeared on the National Review’s website.”

Ha!

“A modest proposal.”

Talk about writing an article with your tail between your legs!

I just can’t wait to hear these potential name proposals.

Whatever they come up with, you can bet it will be stupid and disingenuous.  They just can’t help themselves.

“They point out that there is a clear movement afoot in the country that aims to erase the ‘symbols and exemplars of American society’ that have suddenly become the targets of an ‘unprecedented iconoclastic purge.’”

This isn’t really news, fellas.

“The column mentioned the obvious targets: Civil War generals, slave owners, but they also point out that the movement goes much further. Universities across the U.S., for example, are quickly changing the names on school buildings to keep up with the trend. They pointed out that their own university changed the name of its Woodrow Wilson School.”

“Christopher L. Eisgruber, the school’s president, wrote in a letter last month that the school’s board of trustees ‘concludes that Wilson’s racist views and policies makes him an inappropriate namesake for the School of Public and International Affairs.’”

They don’t identify Wilson as a democrat, and you won’t easily discover that he was a democrat either.

But if he was a republican, he would be quickly identified as “Republican President, Woodrow Wilson.”

Just sayin’.

“Those in favor of removing statues and renaming school buildings insist that they have no interest in erasing the country’s history. They say that in order for the country to move forward to more racial equality these symbols need to be removed because they create additional hurdles on that path.”

That, of course, is a lie.

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“But critics have asked just how far the cancel culture will go?”

Oh, that’s an easy one!

The fascist cancel culture will go as far as America lets them.

“Klainerman and Londregan wrote, ‘Shall we also change the names of months? We might start with July, which honors Julius Caesar, who by common standards committed genocide against the Gauls, and August, named after the man who put the last nail in the coffin of the Roman Republic and declared himself emperor — both were also slave owners themselves as well as leaders of vast slave empires.’”

I find these comparisons kind of lame actually.  This is not American history, but rather world history.

“The two then looked at the history of the Democrat Party that up to the 1960’s ‘was the party of slavery, Jim Crow, segregation, the Ku Klux Klan, lynching, poll taxes, and literacy tests for voting.’”

What you talkin’ ‘bout, Klainerman and Londregan?!

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Now there’s some American history!

But the American history the democrat party never admits to.

These historical nuggets have been relegated to the dirty little secrets category, thanks to a complicit education system and a complicit media.

“They listed other offenses that Democrats committed in the previous decades– including President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s treatment of Japanese-Americans during WWII– and noted that the party has ‘been able to redefine itself over the past half-century as the champion of minorities.’”

The keywords being “redefined itself.”

The democrats have become very good at changing history to benefit themselves.

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“But they concluded that the party’s ‘divide-and-conquer approach concerning race, ethnicity, sex, and sexual preferences has advanced their political ambitions to the detriment of our unifying motto E pluribus Unum.’”

Amen…, and you can say that again.

Are these guys really professors at Princeton University?

If they are…, I would say not for long.

The people suggesting the “cancel culture” “cancel” itself will probably be “cancelled” themselves.

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Google is a gaggle of fascists.

As just a reminder, fascism is a form of authoritarianism characterized by forcible suppression of the opposition, as well as having a desire to control society and the economy.

You be the judge if Google is operating from a fascist platform or not.

Dan Gainor, of TechWatch, reports for Fox News, “If you wanted an example of the worst abuses of Big Tech and leftist journalism, Google and NBC teamed up this week to deliver one.”

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“NBC and Google try to censor [are censoring] conservative websites, endangering free expression.”

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“An openly leftist NBC staffer based in the United Kingdom worked hand-in-hand with a foreign advocacy group to attack two conservative news organizations in the United States. And Google did its best to help them.”

“NBC reporter Adele-Momoko Fraser, employed at the scary-sounding ‘Verification Center,’ worked with the Center for Countering Digital Hate [CCDH]. CCDH is a British operation that claims it ‘seeks to disrupt the architecture of online hate and misinformation.’ ​Together, they tried to financially ruin The Federalist and ZeroHedge.”

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“Fraser and CCDH tried to silence their political opponents with a presidential election less than five months away.  Remember all the media hype about foreign involvement in our elections?  In fact, the anti-Trump media never really cared. They just wanted foreign involvement on their side.”

“Initially, NBC News claimed that Google had ‘banned’ The Federalist and ZeroHedge from its ad platform for the crime of ‘pushing unsubstantiated claims’ about Black Lives Matter.”

Were these “claims” “unsubstantiated” or incompatible with their narrative?

“NBC cited a Google spokesperson as saying the company has policies that ‘explicitly prohibit derogatory content that promotes hatred, intolerance, violence or discrimination based on race from monetizing.’”

I would say they are prohibiting content that may be derogatory, but which are simply stating the truth.

“An article on the NBC website went to claim that both sites had been demonetized, but Google backed off its attacks on The Federalist. For now.”

“The ‘reporter’ was thrilled and thanked CCDH and its sister group ‘for their hard work and collaboration [I would use the word “complicitness”].’ Just in case you thought she was neutral, she even added the Black Lives Matter hashtag. She later deleted that, but the Internet is forever. Just like her bias.”

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“She wasn’t the only one celebrating. Imran Ahmed, CCDH founder and CEO, was ‘delighted’ and tweeted out the article, calling it his organization’s ‘biggest win ever.’”

“CCDH isn’t done by a long shot. The group is ‘calling on advertisers to blacklist these 10, U.S-based, racist Fake News sites.’ The list includes The Federalist and ZeroHedge, along with Breitbart, American Thinker and WND. If leftists like Ahmed have their way, conservatives won’t be allowed to post anywhere online.”

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Who does Google think it is?

Google doesn’t control the internet…, they are merely a search engine utilizing the web.

“Remember that the next time so-called journalism professionals whine about press freedom. Or even complain about the Hollywood blacklist. Leftists now are the new McCarthyites.”

A “McCarthyite” is someone who employs practices that endorses the use of unfair allegations and investigations.

McCarthyism was a vociferous campaign against alleged communists in the US government and other institutions carried out under Senator Joseph McCarthy in the period 1950–54. Many of the accused were blacklisted or lost their jobs, although most did not in fact belong to the Communist Party.”

Today’s “McCarthyite” attacks those who dare to disagree with their Marxist/socialist/communist platform.

“The censorship caused an uproar, especially since it landed right in the middle of both federal and congressional debate about reining in the power of Big Tech companies.”

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“Google wasn’t subtle. It showed the world that it has too much control over our lives and that the most powerful company on Earth is also an enemy of the very freedoms that protect it.”

Well said.

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“Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, was one of several members of Congress to criticize Google. He sent a letter to the company saying its actions raised ‘serious concerns that Google is abusing its monopoly power in an effort to censor political speech with which it disagrees.’”

It is my belief that MrEricksonRules.com has been a victim of this censorship as well.

Those of you familiar with my site can understand Google wanting to censor me.

I deal with trumpeting the truth, and exposing those who attempt to hide and pervert it.

We the people with American bald eagle and flag.

Based on the statistics provided by my website provider, it is pretty obvious that web searches have been directed away from my website, especially within the US, even though I pay Google to help promote my website!

This would constitute fraud as well as censorship, wouldn’t it?

I have contacted Google Ads regarding this situation, but have not received any communication back as of yet.

What a surprise.

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Isn’t it time to deal with this monopoly?

The government broke up “The” phone company at one point.

The only problem is that many of our politicians like Google being able to censor the internet in their favor, even though it is contrary to our Constitutional rights.

“The co-founders of The Federalist, Ben Domenech and Sean Davis, wrote in The Wall Street Journal: ‘The episode illustrates how dangerous the combination of partisan media and monopolistic tech companies is to America.’”

“They couldn’t be more right. Since this incident occurred, Facebook took down some ads for President Trump on its site, once more bowing to the leftists inside and outside its company.”

“It was also revealed that Twitter had tried to pressure Sen. Tom Cotton, R-Ark., and threatened to shut down his account ‘permanently.’”

“Cotton had gotten in trouble with Twitter over the use of the words ‘No quarter for insurrectionists, anarchists, rioters, and looters.’ If America is to survive as a free nation, then we might modify Cotton’s statement: ‘No quarter for censorship.’”

How dare he oppose “insurrectionists, anarchists, rioters, and looters!”

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“In practical terms, that means Big Tech and its leftist activist buddies in the news media have made it clear they don’t believe in free speech or free press for any that oppose them. They have made it clear they don’t want a free election this year or any time after. They have made it clear they are at war with the very nation that protects the freedoms they have used to become so powerful.”

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“So now the big question: Are we going to let them get away with it?”

If Sleepy Joe wins in November, this will just become standard operating procedure.

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