As I opined on my Facebook page yesterday: “The hypocrisy of tyranny on the liberal leftist progressive socialist side of the “truth-in-balance” scales is about as appalling as it gets … Just where was this rag of a so-called “news” paper when the Trojan Horse Manchurian Candidate fraud with no background, no accomplishments, no personal documentation, no occupation other than “community organizer” in the seedy ‘burbs of Chicago, emerged like a long-dormant disease at the “fixed” DemoMarxist Convention in 2004? Where? Where was the “Boston Strobe and Dare” then? Just LOOK at the mess we’re in from this fraud!! Trump pales in comparison to the Muslim Islamic Communist-in-Thief and what he has wrought on the nation…Shame, Shame, on Boston”.
Strip out the obvious hyperbole` and get to the meat of the matter, and the comment was more than appropriate. Trump projects a desire to defend America against border jumpers, invaders, crony raiders, money-grifting launderers, and treasonous pols. Those who like to make crises “in order not to waste them” (quote from Alinsky acolyte Rahm-let’s-destroy-what’s-left-of-Chicago-Emanuel) simply will not abide any such thing. Neither will the loudmouth progs, choomers, metrosexuals, feminazis, militant atheists, reconquistas, thug redistributionists, and all their shills, dupes, and idiots. They have worked long and hard to sink ordinary American families and put them under the thumbs of the axis of corrupti-ignoranti. These PC-fascist-commie-satanic twits will blow the Bridge at Remagen before they will allow Trump to cross it. The Globe is just one more example of a dying institution, and it will get what it deserves.
Headlines, and above-the-fold news stories, are often crafted to persuade the reader. Parody is the comedic form of opinion/commentary. Nevertheless, it is still opinion. The lines are often blurred between the two. Keep opinion silent? By all means, no. But frothing at the mouth journalists who perceive the purity of their air space violated, are making fools of themselves. Contempt from both the Left and the Right, the voluminous and frenetic nature of the hit pieces and protestations of Trump, coordinated over several months, are what’s driving his negatives more than anything else.
Did you think you would ever see the raw emotions of the offended cultural Marxists and the rhetorical lashings of RINOs and conservatives scrum together against the same man? Entrenched power and political correctness are stubborn things, but Trump has been equally stubborn and his loyal supporters are holding fast.
As a lead-in to Thomas Lifson and his piece from American Thinker “Boston Globe Falls Victim”, I wish this were parody, but it isn’t. Who said the following? (Hint – Before this man’s presidency, ISIS was an Egyptian goddess, all lives mattered, and the Middle East had some stability. Why then, did he “win” that Nobel Peace Prize?)
- Aug. 8, 2009: “Under the reforms we seek, if you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor. If you like your health care plan, you can keep your health care plan.”
- “ISIL is not Islamic.”
- “The world is better, safer, more peaceful.”
- “The border is less porous than it’s been anytime since the the 1970s.”
- “I’ve now been in 57 states-I think one left to go.”
- “I don’t know what the term is in Austrian for “wheeling and dealing.”
At least the bow-tied bumkissers at the “Boston Strobe and Dare” notified their (idiot) readers that the edition was completely fabricated; a warning they conveniently don’t provide Monday through Saturday. Thankfully, like many other things “Northern”, the Yankee spirit migrated many decades ago to somewhere in Texas. And yours truly migrated with it.
Standards have fallen so far at the once-prestigious Boston Globe that the paper has resorted to a clumsy imitation of The Onion, publishing a purportedly satirical front page from 2017 displaying what it projects would be the news if President Trump took office. I can only conclude that a mental disability, Trump Derangement Syndrome, has overcome the editorial page staff. Brian Stelter, the CNN media critic who formerly had the media beat for the New York Times (which used to own the Globe) was too charitable, writing that it “resembles an April Fools Day prank by a college newspaper.”
Here is the front page:
See also: The GOP Must Stop Trump…