Academia and the media are involved in peddling a narrative. Black America has bought the narrative they are pushing lock, stock, and barrel. The narrative is: Once upon a time, a long, long time ago the GOP used to be the party of black America. The Democrat Party was the racist party.
The media avoided the story for as long as it could. Yes, the Tara Reade “rape allegation.” The classic comparison is to the Kavanaugh witch trials. And that’s a fair bit of hypocrisy from Democrats who are avoiding this like the COVID Plague. But my first take was a bit different.
The Donkey Party is actively seeking to plunge the country into an economic tailspin. They do wish to maintain some level of plausible deniability of the point. That is important to their credulous suckers. They believe your poverty and misery serves them well.
In a race for a seat he has almost no hope of losing (except if there is a primary), Dartmouth College Democrat Riley Gordon has followed Democrat Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky’s lead. He has blocked an opposing political voice on Twitter.
It is becoming increasingly clear that Joe Biden cannot be the Democrat nominee for President. The only thing he has going for him is that he is not Donald Trump, and for most of America – including a lot of Democrats – that’s not enough.
The big news yesterday barely made a blip given the other issues of the day. Bernie Sanders, whom we’ve heard very little from since Candidate Corona V Irus took the stage, has ended his latest effort to secure the Democrat party nomination for President.
Just about anyone can run for one of the 400 seats in the New Hampshire House. But you have to have been a resident of New Hampshire for at least two years. A former President of the Dartmouth Democrats says he’s running. But is the Sophomore from New York City even eligible?
While we could never vote for her for President Tulsi Gabbard was the only Democrat candidate who was open to an interview with us. And now she’s ended her run for the presidency. What of it there was.