By Rob Meyne
Dr. Anthony Fauci
How many times do we need to learn this lesson? When an important story hits the news, our first impressions are often wrong. Sometimes, it takes months for full and accurate information to come to light. This is especially true if it is a politically charged story involving partisan discord.
The situation has been exacerbated by the willingness of social media outlets to censor information. Also culpable is the mainstream media, as they have largely abandoned of any pretense of objectivity. Most major media outlets today openly champion one political viewpoint or another, and few even make an effort to appear unbiased.
J Robert Smith
My first impression of Joe Biden’s Thursday night speech was: “Who put a mortician in charge of crowd control?”
That’s how the oft-befuddled Joe came off: a dour, droning purveyor of weepy – and manipulative – sentiment and gloom. Spring is about to spring, but for Joe and his Democrats, it’s Mourning in America. A perpetual gray hangs over these United States because power-tripping Democrats mean to plum this “crisis” for everything they can squeeze out of it.
No issue in memory reveals more clearly how differently two extremes of the political spectrum react to things. There are a number of assumptions/generalizations made about people, mostly conservatives, who don’t like things like mask mandates. As is often the case, I don’t think our opposition understands us. So here are a few generalizations that the left/progressives/socialists/mainstream media make about “us,” and thoughts on how many of us actually think. Not all of this applies to everyone, of course, but it is a start.
What they say, vs. what we think.