Pushing an Agenda Rather than Reporting the Truth

2020 June 3
by bc3b

Back when the Detroit riot occurred, members of the local and national  media may have been liberals, but they were honest and ethical. They worked to quell the rioting.

Call Brian Stelter, Don Lemon or anyone else at today’s CNN honest and ethical and you’d be lying. CNN demonstrated just how dishonest and unethical it is with its coverage of Covington Catholic, spending two days with its lead story being a Catholic high school boy who was supposedly was rude to a 63-year old Native American, which turned out to be a fraud.

While responsible journalists in the 1960s worked to quell the rioting and violence, CNN has a totally different agenda: bolster its pathetic ratings and push a far-left political agenda.

CNN works to convince blacks that they are constant victims of racism and police brutality. Things CNN refuses to report:

  • More whites than blacks are killed by police every year
  • Blacks commit a disproportionate percentage of virtually every category of crime and, therefore, have far more interaction with law enforcement than whites, Asians or Hispanics
  • While comprising 13% of the population, blacks have committed 50%+ of murders every year recently. In 2018 it was 53.3$%
  • George Floyd’s criminal record (which includes a conviction for armed robbery), drug use and medical history
  • In black-white murders, blacks are nine times more likely to kill whites than vice versa
  • 93% of murdered blacks are killed by other blacks
  • The root of most of the black problems – a 77.3% illegitimacy rate (up from 24% in 1965, when Lyndon Johnson started the War on Poverty, which would destroy the black family unit

Other things receive minimal coverage (because they don’t support CNN’s agenda):

  • The contract security guard who was murdered in Oakland
  • The retired black police captain who was murdered by a protester in St. Louis
  • People who have had years of hard work and their life savings destroyed by protesters/rioters
  • The lasting damage that will be done to Minneapolis – something it will take decades to rebuild, if it ever is
  • The financial cost to all Americans

Suddenly rioting, looting and destroying cities have become an acceptable form of protest, not only to the black community, but to business leaders, the clergy, college and professional coaches and players and even George W. Bush. Joe Biden will come out of his basement to attend Floyd’s funeral for a photo op. Bank of America has announced that it will donate $1-billion to fighting racism.

What can you do to fight back?

  • Discuss how dishonest the media is with family, friends and associates
  • Use you economic power through boycotts: don’t buy any AT&T or Comcast products or services; if you have an account/debit or credit card with Bank of America, move it somewhere else; avoid companies that tell you what to think: P&G brands, Kellogg’s, Campbell’s, Disney, Target, etc.

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Retired St. Louis police captain David Dorn, killed by a protester – far more a hero than George Floyd

32 Responses leave one →
  1. 2020 June 3 1:42 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Good article.
    Don’t forget voting! If Biden wins, vengeance will be the order of the day.

  2. 2020 June 3 5:49 am
    drdog09 permalink

    As to the cities…. Don’t do a damn thing. They want to burn stuff, let them. But they will also have to sleep in the ruins. Flush the blues out. The tactic is the same as I had always suggested in CWII, siege. The only thing that has changed is I thought we Reds would be doing it. Instead the Blues are doing it to themselves.

    Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake.

    — Napoleon Bonaparte

  3. 2020 June 3 5:55 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Here is what I would suggest. All those individual entrepreneurs that were harmed by what the Blues are doing — Move. The burbs, Red territory preferably. Do a GoFundMe to replace the seed capital. Start anew. We like go getters and we really don’t care much about skin color unless you make an issue of it.

  4. 2020 June 3 5:58 am
    justrand permalink

    It was a long monologue…but well worth watching (or put on as background noise and listen to)


  5. 2020 June 3 6:03 am
    drdog09 permalink

    AntiFa reaches the burbs and this is the reception — https://twitter.com/i/status/1267961287977373696 — It ain’t happening here MoFos.

  6. 2020 June 3 6:58 am
    drdog09 permalink


    Excellent piece by Tucker. I archived it.

  7. 2020 June 3 6:59 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Western Rife Shooters taken down — https://westernrifleshooters.wordpress.com/

    Yet again a reason I advocate never to depend on ‘platforms’ for your free speech.

  8. 2020 June 3 8:44 am
    justrand permalink

    drdog, that video in #5 above was wonderful.

    Of course, in my community we’re older…and not really up to getting physical with them as much as we used to be. THAT is why Antifa and other thug groups need to avoid areas like mine…because we really will shoot them!

  9. 2020 June 3 9:07 am

    The most useful part of the human body. The index finger, it can can pick a nose, point out the bad guys, and pull the trigger.

  10. 2020 June 3 9:35 am
    Eph permalink

    4 Rand

    Finally watched the entire video.

    At this point I think Trump’s re election chances are very slim. He doesnt seem to care that his team is hell bent on ruining his chances.

  11. 2020 June 3 11:30 am
    drdog09 permalink

    Gotta love it! — https://www.zerohedge.com/political/doing-all-sorts-crazy-shit-nypd-uses-undercover-taxi-cab-arrest-protesters — NYPD using undercover taxis to nab Antifa types.

  12. 2020 June 3 11:51 am
    JimNorCal permalink

    Thanks, TLS, for hooking me up to EIP (election integrity project). They never responded to my interest in helping out, probably they have no local org up here in BlueLand. But I do get their emails and attended a CA Senate meeting.
    You could listen in and then you could state your name, affiliation and support/oppose. All organizations like Teacher’s Union, Govt Agency, progressive Pressure Groups supported. All individual citizens on the call opposed.
    A meaningless gesture, no doubt. But interesting to participate. And it was my one chance to tell Dem Berman to his face that I oppose his bill LOL.
    Here’s a snip from the EIP email

    Hundreds Attend Virtual Meeting
    70% to 80% Support EIPCa’s Opposition to AB 860

    Dear Election Integrity Supporters,

    Congratulations, you did it. The Senate Committee meeting was a success.

    Did we move the needle? No. Did we change a single vote? No. Did AB 860 pass out of committee? Yes. Will it probably become law? Yes. So in what way were we a success?

    We showed up. We made our voices heard. An astonishing number of you found your way through the technological maze and difficulties and hung in there to express your opinion. And, whether “they” acknowledged it or not, we overwhelmed “them”.

    And you were there to hear with your own ears the disdain with which “they” view you and your sincerely held point of view. You experienced the juggernaut of the state governmental process, and how it leaves all reason in the dust.

    The most telling moment was when “they” had a chance to make a concession to so many people’s concern regarding inactive voters potentially receiving a ballot. For all that they so condescendingly argued, the danger is there. It happened in Clark County, Nevada, and it can happen here. So Senator Nielsen proposed the amendment we recommended to insert the word “active” before registered voters. They couldn’t even see their way clear to do that.

    We the People have no voice in Sacramento. But you started a new wave today by showing up in such large numbers. There were hundreds of attendees, and judging by those who spoke up, 70-80% joined us in being opposed to the bill. “They” know we are here, and that we are paying attention. “They” know that we are no longer asleep, and that we will hold “them” accountable. And I believe we have them rattled.

    So yes, today can be seen as a success. Do not let down. Stay engaged,

  13. 2020 June 3 1:56 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Central LA Pizza Shop Owner Weathers Coronavirus only to Have Store Vandalized by Rioters:


  14. 2020 June 3 2:29 pm
    bc3b permalink

    Chicago thugs steal TVs from moving train:


  15. 2020 June 3 3:36 pm
    JimNorCal permalink

    Future doctors, structural engineers and law makers ….


    Students at UC San Diego are using the protests and riots following the
    death of George Floyd in police custody to demand passing grades on
    their finals exams. In a letter, student activists told administrators
    that they should be exempt from the standard grading policy due to the
    riots, which they argue have left students “paralyzed.”

  16. 2020 June 3 3:55 pm
    The Ghost of Reason permalink

    When suppliers stop sending their products into these cess pools they’ll cry “racism” ….. companies can only take so much in theft losses to certain locations before they just define them as no go zones. JIT will make essentials incredibly scarce which will only exacerbate the aggression ….. towards each other. That’s assuming there are even places left to sell the merchandise. When they start hitting the suburbs is when it gets really interesting. Where we are everyone is armed to the teeth. I can not see any way this ends well.

  17. 2020 June 3 4:00 pm
    The Ghost of Reason permalink

    And for good measure, professional sports need to become another footnote in our national history.

  18. 2020 June 3 4:17 pm
    justrand permalink

    Ghost, the more non-urban the area (whether suburban or rural) the less people rely on the police and the more they rely on themselves and their neighbors. Where we are, the police are 45 minutes away…we are it.

  19. 2020 June 3 5:55 pm
    justrand permalink

    Good article…but as I have opined over the last few days I believe we are done as a unified country, and have 12 months to prepare. Over the next 12 months I will do exactly that.

  20. 2020 June 3 7:30 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    … Where we are everyone is armed to the teeth. I can not see any way this ends well. — Ghost

    Hmmm. That depends on which end of the barrel they are facing. From where I sit, Its looking pretty good. 600yrd clear line of sight down range from the road. 100yrds from the front porch to the road. Neighbors on either side have more armaments that I have. Neighbor across the street is former Army and all he says is “I’m prepared”. AntiFa will have to be a heck of a lot stealthier than have been for us.

  21. 2020 June 3 7:33 pm
    drdog09 permalink


    How the hell did they know which container to rob from????

  22. 2020 June 3 9:23 pm
    justrand permalink

    Drdog, until my tragic boating accident I had “several” rifles, shotguns and pistols…and was one of the LEAST armed people in our community. There are a lot of former military up here. 🙂

  23. 2020 June 3 9:41 pm
    Eph permalink

    20 BC

    The defense is going to have a field day

  24. 2020 June 3 9:49 pm
    drdog09 permalink

    Says it all….

  25. 2020 June 4 6:48 am
    JimNorCal permalink


    With Democratic primary returns still coming in after Tuesday’s vote, the front-runner appears to be Sheila Dixon, who resigned as mayor in 2010 after a jury found her guilty of misdemeanor embezzlement for misappropriating gift cards for the poor.

  26. 2020 June 4 6:50 am
    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #27

    You deserve the government you elect. New Yorkers are discovering that.

  27. 2020 June 4 6:52 am
    JimNorCal permalink

  28. 2020 June 4 9:46 am
    bc3b permalink

    JimNorCal #29 –

    Naperville – my old hometown, about 30 miles west of Chicago. Note how the paper sympathizes with the protesters/rioters:


  29. 2020 June 4 10:27 am
    bc3b permalink

    Black transgender beaten by crowd of black men over fender-bender in Minneapolis:


    Another thing for CNN to ignore. Imagine if it was a crowd of white men.

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