Censorship And The New Dark Ages

Sunday, October 25, 2020

For nearly four years, unverified stories from unnamed sources about the Trumps have abounded. Reported as fact were “whistleblower” statements and unsubstantiated dossiers attempting to implicate the Trumps in all manner of nefarious doings. Unverified tax records have been fodder for gleeful little fantasies.

Former Hunter Biden associate, retired Naval Lt. Tony Bobulinski held a press conference Thursday. He confirmed the Biden emails were authentic including the ones sent to him. He also made some incriminating allegations about Joe Biden’s dealings while he was vice president.

Most news services declined to cover the story.

One example concerns taxpayer funded NPR. Back in Jan. 13, 2017, Elizabeth Jensen of NPR lamented about “once again“ having to report on what she called unverified information (the Russian dossier paid for by Hillary Clinton).

Last week, NPR Editor Kelly McBride responded to a question about why NPR was ignoring the Hunter Biden story. McBride said the NY Post story hadn’t been verified and “the assertions didn’t amount to much.” So unverified stories about the Trumps are used while stories, verified or unverified, about the Bidens are not. That’s biased censorship by a taxpayer funded agency.

Since the debates Donald Trump‘s speeches have been a positive message of hope for a return to normalcy. A return to across the board prosperity for all Americans like we had before the plague from China. He believes success will unite us and he’s delivered before.

Joe Biden’s message is to end fossil fuels which would destroy industries, plunge us into darkness and close many businesses. During a pandemic recession Joe would raise taxes and the minimum wage. A grimacing Joe made the outrageous claim he would end the virus with masks. He said on the floor of the senate he favored cutting social security but now like so many other things he’s said, he denies it.

In Pennsylvania Joe called his opponent‘s supporters chumps but claims he’s a healer. Saturday he said “we have put together the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics.” What does that mean?

Now sounding even more grim, Joe is predicting a dark, dark winter. With his ban on fossil fuels along with quarantines and closures, a future with Joe and the Democrats would be dark. It would be a return to the misery of the Dark Ages.

Do we want rolling blackouts like California with homelessness, hopelessness and helplessness caused by more government regulations? Do we want a leader in a black mask bringing about a new Dark Ages for our children and grandchildren? Do we really want Joe Biden?

Ralph Miller



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