How did they do it? How can Democrats lie so effortlessly?
They claim that when we see nonstop videos of illegal immigrants crossing the Rio Grande and are greeted by Border Patrol agents, who settle them across the country by bus and plane.
They claim (and maybe still have!) That Hunter Biden’s laptop is not just Hunter, Russian confusion with criminal evidence of his father Joe Biden’s illegal activity!
Remember when Biden looked at the camera and said that the catastrophic withdrawal from Afghanistan was a “remarkable achievement”?
Most recently, some heinous lies have emerged from Virginia, where former Democrat Gov. Terry McAuliffe is in fierce competition with Republican businessman Glenn Yankin to see who will replace Ralph Northam as governor.
Since the race is the highest profile election before the mid-2022 election, it is now seen as a litmus test for how popular democratic policies are that Joe Biden has come out of the closet as an oppressive socialist and cosmopolitan who the FBI wants to lock up. Mother and father protesting at school board meeting.
The election is such an important off-year litmus test that Democrats will never stop to win. Their frustration was evident in a manipulative, false advertisement funded by VoteVets.org, a left-wing political action committee, that tried to insult Yankin in the sense that he and his constituents supported the January 6 riots in the U.S. Capitol.
The ad itself contains evidence of its own deception. The U.S. flag was introduced as “an American flag that was flown at a peaceful rally with Donald J. Trump on January 6” by a speaker at the “Take Back Virginia” rally on October 13. Yet the video focuses on different flags used more than a mile away on the U.S. Capitol later that day. It further suggests that Yankin supported the “Take Back Virginia” rally when, in fact, it was promoted completely independently of him.
The hallmark of Democrat politics is that as soon as the VoteVates ad is created, the actual assembly and the actual flag become irrelevant. Now, what McAuliffe and his supporters need to talk about is a misrepresentation of advertising rather than what actually happened at the rally.
Willie Gaiest, co-host of “Morning Joe,” used the ad on the MSNBC show. Sen Tim Cain, D-Va. In addition to presenting an interview on October 15, he claimed that “the petitioners were present in January pledging allegiance to the flag organizers of the 6 attacks on the U.S. capital.”
What? Even the ad itself admitted that there were flags No. Was present at the time of the attack, but was “carried to a peaceful assembly” on the same day. But neither Geist nor Kaine cares about the incident. “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough doesn’t either. Four days later, during McAuliffe’s interview, Scarborough provided cover not only for flag lies, but for multiple blatant lies about Yankin.
“He jumped out All Controversy, “McAuliffe told Scarborough about his opponent, just seconds before admitting that Yankin actually appeared in the two debates. He left an interview with the reporter because he was asked a difficult question that he did not want to answer.
McAuliffe held a “Take Back Virginia” rally, and the flag was doubled.
“It’s like insanity here in Virginia. The other night they had a rally… literally for Glenn Yankin and tickets, and they had a flag that was used in the January 6 uprising, and they forced everyone to pledge allegiance to that flag. I have to tell you … sick, disgusting. “
To straighten out the record, no one forced anyone to pledge allegiance. Those who attended did so because they loved the country, and they never promised a flag used during the so-called uprising but rather an American flag raised at a peaceful rally where thousands of Americans, including thousands, exercised their First Amendment rights. And freedom of speech.
But McAuliffe didn’t care, and he wasn’t lied to. He next said, “And then Donald Trump called the rally and said, ‘Glenn Yankin will do what I want to do.’
It’s not very close to what Donald Trump said, and again, if McAuliffe wants to know what Trump said, he’ll just have to see an ad of his own, where he accurately quotes the former president as saying that Yankin will “do everything we want a governor to do.”
A real journalist would expect you to follow McAuliffe’s Hooper with some versions of this question:
“Actually, sir, that’s not what Trump said, you know. And to set a record for our visitors, that flag was used in peaceful gatherings, not in the Capitol Hill riots. Why do you feel the need to lie about this? ”
You’d expect a NBC News correspondent to tell a blueprinting politician who’s making things up with him, but if that happened – if Joe Scarborough really did his job – then Terry McAuliffe would jump out of his seat and shorten the interview, right? Just as he had been granted bail in a local TV interview the night before.
Instead, Scarborough continues to lobby McAuliffe on softball, and prepares him to lie after lie. Most clearly, perhaps, McAuliffe’s claim was that “critical race theory is not taught in Virginia public schools.”
It was almost funny to see why Yankin tried so hard to understand why critical racism was concerned if Scarborough was not taught in Virginia.
“Why in the world would he bring critical race theory?” Joe lamented. “I do not understand. Even if it’s not taught at a Virginia school; That would actually seem disgusting. I do not understand. Explain it to me. ”
It never occurred to Scarborough to come to the most obvious conclusion – that McAuliffe is lying. I mean if Scarborough was a real journalist, he already knew that, but he wasn’t. He only did one performance on TV.
It won’t take long to find evidence that critical race theory is actually taught in Virginia. The Fairfax County Times ran a lengthy article in June by Elizabeth Schultz, a former school board member and U.S. Department of Education official, who wisely noted, “Yes, Virginia, our school has critical race theory.” He presents chapters and verses on how this one-time theory is being propagated in Old Dominion schools and how purifying protesting mothers and fathers.
But the information doesn’t matter to “Morning Joe” and certainly not to Democrat politicians. McAuliffe had just taken a handoff from Scarborough and agreed that Yankin and other concerned citizens of Virginia were indeed hateful.
“It really annoys me, Joe, when people and politicians do it to get the worst out of people. He’s trying to provoke parents against parents, he’s using students as political pawns… all to push his political agenda. It’s a racist dog’s whistle. It’s sick, it’s sad. “
Most troubling was when McAuliffe raised the fact that Yankin criticized “George Soros-backed allies” in the “liberal progressive movement” who “inserted political operatives into our school system” to push divisive agendas such as critical race theory. Anyone who knows anything about the Hungarian-born billionaire knows that Soros spent millions of dollars to elect officials across the country who are dedicated to making America a constitutional republic. You’d think it would be fair to say, but because of a “politically correct” engraving-out, Soros is not limited to criticism.
Here, Scarborough again carries the water in favor of McAuliffe, indicating that Yankin is an orthodox because he does not approve of the worldwide campaign that Soros of Jewish descent is employed to fundamentally transform Western civilization.
“It’s exactly the kind of anti-Semitism we’ve seen in the United States and around the world,” Scarborough said. “This is what liberal oppressors like [Viktor] Urban does in Hungary. They just lie about a Jew. They choose a Jew. George Soros is that Jew, and that’s why he’s playing that old anti-Semitic trope. “
The only trope I hear when I watch “Morning Joe” is the “Republicans are fanatical” trap, along with the “Republican Mumra Domestic Terrorist” trap and the “Democrats can’t do anything wrong” trap.
To cement the role of the mainstream media as a Democrat booster, Scarborough returned to his vomit like a dog, exposing all the fake news lies – “very good people on both sides” Canard who used to say when Democrats lied to President Trump that some neo-Nazis Good people.
“There are many of us who are very sorry for the hatred that has spread in your state, in Charlottesville. Those independents were terrified by these neo-Nazi torchbearers. Did Glenn Yankin criticize Donald Trump for being a good man for the neo-Nazis and a good man for the leftist protesters?
Lies, lies, lies. Democrats can’t help themselves.
As Steve Curtis finally demonstrated in a 2019 column on RealClear Politics, Donald Trump never said that Charlottesville has good people for the neo-Nazis. Confederate General Robert E. Here is what he said about the riots while defending the rights of “some very good people” to protest the removal of a statue of Lee:
“I’m not talking about neo-Nazis and white nationalists because they should be completely condemned.”
As Curtis noted in his RCP column, “For any honest person াতে to conclude that the president has somehow praised the people he actually mocked, reveals a shameless and blind level of bias. Yet, countless so-called journalists have exacerbated this heinous lie. ”
So it’s no surprise that Terry McAuliffe bragged to Joe Scarborough that he was running an ad where he again lied about what President Trump said.
Terry McAuliffe can’t help himself. His state likes to claim that “for Virginia lovers,” but at the time of the election, Virginia is for liars, of course, for Democrats. But I repeat myself.