Within hours after the recent mass shooting at an El Paso Wal Mart, where 20 people were killed and 26 others injured, many of them children, as the media descended on the city and the store to broadcast the tragedy to the nation, Progressive presidential candidate Beto O’Rourke, who is from El Paso, immediately jumped in front of reporters to tell us the real reason the tragedy occurred – Trump.
“What do you think?” O’Rourke lashed out in a video posted by Sky News and quickly picked up by the rest of the internet. “You know the sh– he’s been saying. He’s been calling Mexican immigrants rapists and criminals. I don’t know, like, members of the press, what the f—?”
Then, the next day, CNN, the Progressive’s news network, had reporters on the ground in front of the Wal Mart, with their experts on terrorism to declare that the act was both a hate crime and an act of terrorism and, of course, inspired by a scowling blonde old Republican male with a combover in the White House who is spreading hate by keeping illegal immigrants from entering the country.
The white shooter, CNN tells us, had come to El Paso filled with hatred for the illegal immigrants, fueled by Trump rhetoric, and couldn’t tell the shoppers at Wal Mart from illegals at detention centers.
O’Rourke, after Trump told him to “shut up” in a Tweet, came back at the president and told him to stay away from El Paso, because “this president, who helped create the hatred that made Saturday’s tragedy possible, should not come to El Paso.”
The young Progressive presidential candidate told Trump the mass murder was an “act of terror inspired by your racism.”
CNN, of course, spent the whole week camped in front of the Wal Mart, parading experts on terror and white supremacy in front of the cameras, linking Trump inextricably with the story, as the real story behind the story. They did the same in Dayton, Ohio, the scene of another mass shooting the next day, interviewing relatives of black victims who lashed out at Trump on camera.
With Trump preparing to go to Dayton, the media reported that protestors would greet him with signs decrying white supremacy (one wonders who organized them?). The New York Times, the Progressives main print and internet news outlet, ran an opinion piece saying Trump “incites domestic terrorism.
So much for fair, objective news in the age of Progressive journalism, because its all part of their campaign leading to 2020.
The news coverage in El Paso and Dayton was reminiscent of another mass shooting, at a synagogue in Pittsburgh, where CNN was on the scene the same day, interviewing victims and Jewish family members, managing the nation’s mourning on television, while at the same tine connecting Trump to the shooter, who was in CNN’s news opinion, fueled by Trump’s allege white supremacist hate speech.
As with O’Rourke and the El Paso tragedy, CNN prompted several people in the Synagogue neighborhood in Pittsburgh to say that Trump should stay away, agreeing with the network’s reporters that Trump may have contributed to the tragedy. Tagging Trump as a white supremacist in CNN’s eyes had come after the Charlottesville, VA, incident where real white supremacists had clashed with other demonstrators who were there (who organized them?), with one being killed, and Trump made the mistake of saying there were good and bad people on both sides. White supremacist!
Trump is not a white supremacist, nor is he a racist. But he is much worse in the minds of the Progressives – a white Republican capitalist and democratically elected president. The Progressives are socialists, if not Marxists and Communists. Their leader, the one directing people like O’Rourke in this current run to the White House, is Barack Obama and his Chicago Progressives, who are all socialists, though for some reason Barack failed to tall us on his march to the White House.
If one looks behind the Georgetown mansion curtains, one can see that the most important advisors and people in Barack’s life, after his father abandoned him, were Frank Marshal Davis, a card carrying commie journalist in 1940s Chicago, when the word progressive meant communist, before Davis went to Hawaii and met and schooled a teenage Barack; then in Chicago there were 1960s bomb makers Bill “I hate (white) America” Ayers and Bernadine “Kill the Capitalist Pigs!” Dohrn, who launched Barack’s political career from their living room; then came megalomaniac billionaire George Soros, who wants to create an open border socialist world. Barack’s closest and only advisors in the White House (and currently) were Valerie Jarrett (his right brain) and David Axelrod (his left brain) who both have deep communist DNA in their past.
Then there’s was Barack’s spiritual father, socialist Saul Alinsky, the original community organizer, who wrote the book Rules for Radicals, dedicated to Lucifer, which is Barack’s socialist bible.
Saul taught: “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.” Saul also said: “Pick the target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it,“ in order to “Cut off the support network and isolate the target from sympathy. Go after people and not institutions; people hurt faster than institutions.” Think Trump.
So after the El Paso and Dayton mass shootings, Barack, who had been quiet inside his Georgetown mansion, emerged with some tweets of his own, rubbing raw the sores and demonizing the Donald.
Barack tweeted: “We should soundly reject language coming out of the mouths of any of our leaders that feeds a climate of fear and hatred or normalizes racist sentiments; leaders who demonize those who don’t look like us, or suggest that other people, including immigrants, threaten our way of life, or refer to other people as subhuman or imply that America belongs to just one certain type of people.”
“Such language isn’t new,” Barack tweeted on. “it’s been at the root of most human tragedy throughout history, here in America and around the world. It has no place in our politics and our public life. And it’s time for the overwhelming majority of Americans of goodwill, of every race and faith and political party, to say as much — clearly and unequivocally.”
Afterwards, Barack’s former vice president Joe Biden, who has thrown his hat into the Democratic presidential race, cried out that Trump is “fanning the flames of white supremacy,” and “fueling a virtual carnage.” Biden is not a Progressive, it doesn’t seem, unless Barack brainwashed him over the past eight years, but clearly wants to be on the Progressive side when it comes to the upcoming election, since the media is with them.
Because despite all that Trump has done for the economy and job growth for all Americans, the traditional metrics of success in presidential politics, Barack and his Progressives want the upcoming vote to be about race, and who and who isn’t racist. He is dividing the races Marx and Alinsky style, hoping get all the people of color, plus bring in enough dim-witted liberals who think that Trump is a racist and that the Progressives will somehow make us all loving, friendly people again.
But just remember, millennials and whoever else might not remember, Barack rose to the Oval Office preaching Hope and Change and Brotherhood, and we all, black and white, thought he was the new Martin Luther King who would solve the intractable dilemma of racial segregation and poverty and violence in places like the South Side and West Sides of his Chicago.
But instead, Chicago remains the black murder capital of the nation, a place of incalculable African American suffering. But Barack never intended to help them, because they are already under the socialist welfare rule. He just wanted to get them under more government control.
Like he wants for the rest of us.