The further to the left or the right you move, the more your lens on life distorts.

Sunday, December 13, 2020


The Democratic party leadership, exemplified by Senator Chuck Schumer and an increasingly combative Nancy Pelosi, has moved past the 2020 election. They've also suggested that a razor thin vote margin (which is anomalous in many ways) in every state that actually mattered somehow gives them a "mandate." 

Now, they're focused on an ideological sweep, and the GA Senatorial run-off is their target. They already control the media, academia, most tech companies and the social media outlets they own, entertainment, and the deep state. If they win in GA, the Dems control the Senate, and that means that their hard-left "transformation" of American can begin in earnest.

Kylee Zempel reports:

Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer waited only a few hours after several media outlets declared Joe Biden the winner of the presidential race before he declared the Democratic Party’s true intentions for the country should they reclaim the Senate. The control of the upper chamber of Congress will likely come down to two Georgia runoff races in January, since none of the candidates in either contest reached the 50 percent threshold to win.

“Now we take Georgia, then we change the world,” Schumer said, holding a black 2020 flag with a “no” symbol over a 45, denoting Donald Trump, the 45th president, and the words “Reclaiming my country.”

“Now we take Georgia, then we change America,” the New York Democrat said at what appeared to be a mass celebration in New York City.

Unfortunately for Schumer, the Democrats and their trained hamsters in the media, the GA vote is not an abstraction, it's a vote for a specific person, and one of the Dem candidates allowed his hard-left mask to drop just enough for the people of GA to see. 

Rick Moran reports on Rev. Raphael Warnock, who is one Democrat running for Senator from GA in January. Moran writes:

Rev. Raphael Warnock, who won the right to participate in the January 5 Senate runoff election with Republican Kelly Loeffler, signed a letter last year in which a group of black pastors compared the state of Israel with “previous oppressive regimes,” such as the “military occupation of Namibia under apartheid South Africa.”

The "Israel as an apartheid state" is much loved trope of a hard left that is virulently anti-Israel and covertly anti-Semitic. It looks like Warnock is ready to join hard-left Democrats like Keith Ellison, Ilhan Omar, Rashida Talib and many others it their attempt to demonize and delegitimize Israel—following the strategy developed during the Obama years. And it looks like leaders of the new Democratic party have enthusiastically endorsed Warnock. 

One can only wonder what else and who else the Dems will enthusiastically endorse as Biden assumes the presidency on January 20th. Biden, a man who is cognitively challenged, can do nothing more that read teleprompted messages, written by his invisible (and unelected) handlers and then run for the exit. 

The Dems' trained hamsters in the media refuse to explore Biden's disability, maintaining the fiction that he's mentally fit and ready for the job. In the rare instance when they get to ask an unscripted question, they're certain to lob soft balls, avoiding any possibility that Biden will feel pressure and blunder into an incoherent answer. The Hill  writes:

Of the 12 questions Biden received Monday, there were zero follow-ups. Zero interruptions during answers. Zero questions about [Biden’s own worldview, record, policy stances or perspective on important issues such as trade, foreign affairs, gun control, immigration, education, or taxation as it relates to repealing the Trump tax cuts], which rank as among the top concerns on voters' minds, along with the coronavirus.  

The Hill aptly characterizes the hamsters as "the new marshmellow media." BTW, Biden was not asked to comment on Warnock's anti-Israel stance.

But the big question is this: Are there more Warnocks behind the scenes, invisibly shaping the Biden administration policy and the narrative. I'm afraid there are, although I'm certain that there is "zero" chance that Biden will ever be asked about it.