Anyone not blinded with hatred for the Donald could see in a second that the MeToo assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh – dragging a female “victim” and her 35-year-old allegations before Congress and the nation, complete with protestors screeching through the halls of Congress and banshee Senators berating Kavanaugh and non-stop hysteria on CNN – was a well-orchestrated, blitzkrieg attack, not so much to help the alleged victim, but more to take down and destroy a conservative white male from ascending to the Supreme Court.
The onslaught was an coordinated attack straight out of Saul Alinsky’s Rules for Radicals – demonizing and isolating the enemy (Kavanaugh); spreading fear and doubt and chaos about his nomination over television and through the halls of Congress; enlisting banner waving protestors to confront undecided Senators in elevators and outside their homes; screamed hysterically 24/7 into our homes and offices through CNN and its mindless, condescending news readers; all the while bypassing the constitution, the rule of law, and due process to take Kavanaugh down. Textbook Alinsky.
And who is the master of Alinsky’s Rules? Why, our great Diversifier, Commander in Chief, and 44th President of the United States who just can’t seem to retire – Barack Obama.
Barack became a master of Alinsky as a young man in his 20s as a “community organizer” and became a disciple of Saul: “The despair is there; now it’s up to us to go in and rub raw the sores of discontent, galvanize them for radical social change.”
Barack wasn’t that effective in Chicago as a young community organizer so he got into politics promising change, though not telling us that it was Alinsky’s radical social change.
Alinsky was about gaining power, so Barack in the White House didn’t overtly use Alinsky Rules to attack the system, except for imposing more regulations than any other President, as Saul had said: ““Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.“ If the rule is that every letter gets a reply, send 30,000 letters. You can kill them with this because no one can possibly obey all of their own rules.
Barack’s application of Alinsky went hand in hand with the LGBTQ/radical feminist cause, which was accelerated and spread through government agencies by the large staffs of First Lady Michelle and Barack’s senior advisor and alter ego Valerie Jarrett, the two people it was said he could not say “no” to.
Michelle and Valerie helped ram the LGBTQ/radical feminist agenda through various government Cabinet agencies like the Department of Education, State, Defense and other regulatory agencies to get transgenders accepted into the system, setting up LGBTQ offices in State Department offices worldwide, forcing public schools to install transgender bathrooms, make corporations give preference to LGBTQs in application processes, etc., etc., etc., plus issue a letter under Barack’s name written by Valerie that stated Barack as president was against therapy to turn a gay person straight.
But since that power to impose their agenda on us was taken away by voters and given to the Donald, instead of Hillary, who would have carried on, the Alinsky dogs of war have been unleashed to take the heterosexual Donald down, mainly now through daily shaming and demonizing by Barack’s and Valerie’s news organization, CNN, which was luckily restructured to trumpet the socialist cause and be anti-capitalist before Hillary’s defeat.
Kavanaugh had the misfortune of being Donald’s choice for Supreme Court and the vote that would overturn the LGBTQ/radical feminist Holy Grails of Roe vs. Wade and same-sex marriage, so the CNN hellhounds were cut loose to try and stop his ascent to the court.
The MeToo movement emerged shortly after Trump took over the White House with the public castration of Harvey Weinstein, a legitimate scumbag. (It’s noteworthy that the first two voices to condemn Weinstein, the next day, were his former dear friends the Obamas and the Clintons.)
The MeToo attack hounds (or is it bitches?) have since gone after mostly white, influential or powerful conservative, heterosexual males with Alinsky-style, quick-strike media attacks through CNN and the other Obama outlets, The New York Times and Washington Post – also well-staffed with LGBTQ/radical feminists – through demonizing, ridiculing, character assassination. shaming, and dispatching of mostly white, powerful, conservative men in politics and/or the media, all without having to bother with the more time consuming due process or the rule of law. Because often, like the case of Kavanaugh and the 35-year-old accusations against him from a high school party, the charges would never hold up in court.
Lift up the rock of the MeToos and you will find the LGBTQ/radical feminists, not social workers trying to help victimized women. Then Google “radical feminism” on the internet and it comes back with this:
“Radical feminism is a perspective within feminism that calls for a radical reordering of society in which male supremacy is eliminated in all social and economic contexts. Radical feminists seek to abolish patriarchy by challenging existing social norms and institutions, rather than through a purely political process.”
During the Kavanaugh hearings, shaming commentators on CNN regularly used the words “misogynist,” “white male privilege” and “patriarchy” to describe the proceedings run by white male Republican Senators. So much for impartial, objective journalism. We’re in the age of the radical feminist scowling news reading. And don’t dare say we’re wrong or unbiased! We’ll cut your nuts off!
Recently on NBC’s Today Show, in the midst of her rock-star book tour that will make her even more fabulously wealthy, Michelle was asked about the MeToo movement, but prefaced her response by rubbing raw sores of discontent for her television audience, in case they didn’t have any.
“The world is a sadly dangerous place for women and girls, and I think women are tired of it. They’re tired of being undervalued, they’re tired of being disregarded, their tired of their voices not being invested in and heard…and if we want to change that we have to give them the skills and the education to be able to lift those voices up.”
The host on the Today Show then asked her: “some are saying the movement went too far, that there’s a backlash. That men are saying “what about us?”
Michelle didn’t miss a beat: “That’s what happens with change. Change is not a direct path. There’s going to be bumps and resistance. There’s going to be a little upheaval, there’s going to be a little discomfort. But its up to the women to say “Sorry. Sorry that you feel uncomfortable. I’m now paving the way for the next generation.”
Spoken like a true LGBTQ/radical feminist narcissist. In other words, the movement is not about affording influential men, who have worked hard all their lives and built careers and businesses and risen to the zenith in their fields of media and law or elected to office, or about making accusations that would hold up in a court of law, where people are subject to due process and the presumption of innocence until proven guilty, that taking them down is a mere “bump in the road” – BECAUSE IT’S REALLY ALL ABOUT US!
After the Kavanaugh fight was lost, Valerie quickly tweet out to social media:
“To all the survivors of sexual assault, & women who wonder if they will be believed if they are attacked, know there’s a growing, powerful movement of support that will always have your back. We believe you. We will stand with you. We will defend you. Change is coming.”
That was another thing Saul said: make your attacks appear as if you are organizing from a higher moral plane, helping others, when in fact you don’t have to consider ethics or morals, because it’s all about gaining power, in this case LGBTQ/radical feminist power for a relative few, democracy and fairness and rule of law be damned.