Nooze Media Does It Again

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Want to know what got me so mad yesterday?

It was our pestilent phony nooze media’s handling of the so-called “race riot” in Virginia this weekend. Hand in glove, as usual, with sleazy Democrats, the media spun it as “white nationalists” or “white supremacists” viciously and wantonly attacking nice little people, blah-blah.

By “white supremacists” they mean pretty much everybody. These were people who were there, legitimately, with a permit, to object to the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee. Don’t you love the way leftids make war on the dead? One of their endearing traits…

Those who were “attacked”–by “attack,” the media mean the totally indefensible practice by white people of inhabiting a public space–were leftid storm troopers who showed up armed with clubs and looking for trouble. They call themselves “antifa,” short for “anti-fascists.” By “fascist” they mean anybody who’s not them.

And as usual, the Democrat bosses ordered the police to stand down, and not keep the peace, because Gov. Terry “Bacteria” McAuliffe wanted a nice little riot he could blame on “white supremacists.”

But it was the noozies who most got my dander up, because they have utterly corrupted themselves to serve a political narrative rather than the truth. And I’m sure there are thoughtless people out there who believe them.

Robert E. Lee on his worst day was worth 20,000 noozies on their best.

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I have lived in Metuchen, NJ, all my life. I have been married to my wife Patricia since 1977. I am a former newspaper editor and reporter. I was also the owner-operator of my own small business for several years. I wrote various novels and short stories published during 1980s and 1990s. I am a long-time student of judo and Japanese swordsmanship (kenjutsu). I also play chess, basketball, and military and sports simulations.

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8 responses to “Nooze Media Does It Again

  • UnKnowable

    Just another example of media degradation. Considering their track record, why does anyone believe them?

  • Linda Sorci

    The lame-stream media has rendered itself impotent, except to those who are in a ‘trump syndrome coma’ and are hiring professional cuddlers – that’s a real thing now! It makes no difference to any of the above-mentioned what President Trump does. They want him out. Nothing less will satisfy them. They may be very, very sorry if they get their wish.

    And guess who’s at it again – yep, Pope Frankie:

    http://www.nowtheendbegins.com/pope-francis-tells-followers-trust-christ-leads-prayer-virgin-mary-intercede/

    No matter how weak and painful our knees get – we must pray always!

    • UnKnowable

      I’m happy to see that more and more people are realizing that the worship of Mary is inappropriate. I grew up in a Catholic stronghold and was always amazed by the worship of Mary. She was important, but not a god.

      • Linda Sorci

        Even Mary herself knew it. The problem comes in because Catholics are unfortunately not encouraged to read the Bible (having been raised in a Catholic home, I know whereof I speak). Rather, they rely on ‘wisdom’ from the Pope and the Catechism. Sad. It should be noted, too, that the Pope claims infallibility and claims to sit ‘in the place of God’. This is the very definition of an antichrist.

        • UnKnowable

          I have nothing against Catholics, but certainly can’t agree with some of what is practiced by the church. The current pope seems much more interested in his political agenda than anything spiritual.

          • Linda Sorci

            I know many wonderful people who are Catholic and certainly hold them up in prayer. And many of them are beginning to see the problems. And, it’s worth mentioning that many of the so-called Christian churches today are more than a little sluggish. All faiths have issues. I’m certainly not singling Catholics out. It’s just that this particular pope seems to really be ‘out there’, even wanting to ‘baptize our space brothers’. We can’t ignore such things.

  • Erlene

    You are so right, everyone. I had an aunt who turned catholic, and it broke my heart. She passed away last year, and I often wonder about her. When her husband died a few years back, she asked me to pray for him.
    That kind of thing is really sad. This pope gives me heart burn every time he opens his mouth. I think of all the unfortunate people he is mis leading, and mourn for them. And, yes, most of the Protestant churches have issues, too. Following the ways of catholics is one of the worst.

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