The Russia Hoax was about destroying candidate, and then President, Trump. The conspirators dragged the nation through nearly three years of divisive and costly investigations and hearings. Framing Trump and destroying his presidency was worth stoking enmity. The Russia Hoax morphed into the Impeachment Hoax, wherein vindictive congressional Democrats abused their powers to -- yes -- try to frame the president. The Democrats’ malice knows no bottom.
Biden’s nomination is more than a go at sly stagecraft; it’s the most audacious gaslighting in American history. Everybody and his sister can see that Biden is suffering early onset dementia. If not, then let’s see the neurological evals, because Biden’s compass isn’t pointing true north. He’s slow, often confused, irritable, and, increasingly vacant. He shuffles when he walks. Trotting ten feet to a podium -- once -- doesn’t count. He takes days off, and his availability is strictly limited. Packing Biden off for a quick, canned event in Florida isn’t close to Trump’s indefatigable stumping. Most days, Biden lives out the campaign at his spacious Wilmington, Delaware house.
Not surprisingly, the MSM throws Biden softballs. That’s a given among Fourth Estate bulldogs. Democrats always get passes, even when their minds are intact. But you’d expect so-called journalists to give enough of a damn about the nation’s welfare that Biden’s fitness would merit a few questions.
Simple question: Does the Democrats’ nominee -- the man put forward to occupy the most powerful elective office on the planet -- have the mental acuity and stamina to meet the job’s 24/7 demands? China is increasingly an adversary. The nation faces stiff challenges domestically. The MSM are reckless in their disregard. They’re so corroded by cynicism, so in the tank for the Democratic Party, that they maintain a monkish silence. Or glide over the obvious about Biden’s decline.
Future generations will ridicule what passes for journalism today. An entire generation of journalists is, in fact, made up of shills -- propagandists -- eagerly participating in a con.