Op-Ed by Daniel Bobinski
I’m tired of the lies.
I’m tired of the false characterizations.
I’m tired of Marxist sympathizers ascribing false motives to patriots.
With disgust, I found links for video to back up the quotes in this piece, so the reader can verify every quote. After recent events, with Marxist sympathizers working to silence and extinguish all opposing political thought, I decided to let loose and call out the massive hypocrisy and lies that now surround us. I’ll let the reader decide which parts of the following are true and which are satire. Here goes.
In a recent press release, Google said, “In order to protect user safety on Google Play, our longstanding policies require that apps displaying user-generated content have moderation policies and enforcement that removes egregious content like posts that incite violence.”
After that, Google removed the Parler app from Google Play.
Then Apple removed the Parler app from its App Store, and Amazon stopped hosting Parler on its servers.
What many may not realize is after Twitter and Facebook banned President Trump from their platforms, Trump recommended people use Parler, so this was nothing but racketeering and cancel culture to silence dissent from “the narrative.” Think about it. Nobody on earth recalls Google, Apple, or Amazon expressing concern about Mark “$300 Million for Election Integrity” Zuckerberg’s Facebook when Antifa and Black Lives Matter goons were openly advocating violence and posting images and videos of their violence on Facebook’s app.
STAND BY – NEWSFLASH: In related news, hypocrisy signals have been emanating so strongly from both Silicon Valley AND Washington D.C., they were picked up by sensors on the Mars Curiosity Rover.
Looking for a reason, NASA scientists obtained permission to conduct a careful review of information captured by America’s spy satellites. Records revealed that for the past four years, President Trump conducted dozens upon dozens of rallies across America, and rallies were also given in his honor overseas. A thorough investigation of spy satellite video shows no record of smashed windows or breached security barriers at Trump’s events. Additionally, at no time did the President advocate violence and nobody supporting Trump at these rallies instigated any.
However, the spy satellite records showed multiple “rallies” held by a group calling itself “Anti-Fascists,” more commonly referred to as Antifa but actually Fascist by definition, and another group that goes by “Black Lives Matter,” which is commonly referred to as BLM. Most of the rallies conducted by these groups over the years were billed as “protests,” but they involved much violence, including burning, looting, and yes, even murdering.
Records also show that violence occurring at these events was encouraged by elected officials and also by Marxist sympathizers in the legacy media.
CNN’s Chris Cuomo was one such person encouraging violence during protests. Cuomo is (allegedly) a man who wasn’t too successful as a lawyer but managed to capitalize on the fact that his brother is a governor, and Chris landed his own whinefest show on the Clown News Network. Cuomo showed both his ignorance of the law and his support for violence when he wondered aloud on Jun. 2 of 2020, “Please, show me where it says that protests are supposed to be polite and peaceful. Because I can show you that outraged citizens are what made the country what she is and led to any major milestone. To be honest, this is not a tranquil time.”
But on Jan. 8 of 2021, Cuomo tweeted of the events in Washington D.C., “Here is the truth: this was a riot and an attack on democracy.” The hypocrisy was so strong, the hypocrisy meter was pegged on the Curiosity Rover’s sensors.
Also during the BLM riots, over a video montage of looted storefronts, CNN’s Don “All whites are racist but I married a white” Lemon said, “Do not get it twisted and think, ‘Oh, this is something that has not ever happened before,’ and, ‘This is so terrible,’ and, ‘Where are we and these savages’ and all of that. This is how this country was started.” The hypocrisy signals again soared off the charts as Lemon mocked the people at the Capitol for not being able to handle Trump’s loss.
In 2018, Senator Cory Booker (D-Sparticus) said to an audience, “That’s my call to action here. Please, don’t just come here today and then go home. Go to the Hill today. Please – get up in the face of some congresspeople.” Yet, on the evening of Jan. 6, 2021, hypocrisy signals reached Mars as Booker condemned the events of the day.
In Jan. of 2020, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Vodka) told Bill “Bring on the Recession” Maher, “You have to be ready to take a punch, you have to be ready to throw a punch.” And then she quickly added, “For the children.” Cuz then it’s okay. A year later, Pelosi said, “Today, a shameful assault was made on our democracy.” Must have been that no children were around so it wasn’t okay.
On Jun. 3 of 2020, Slate Magazine posted a podcast titled, “A History of Violent Protest.” The subtitle was, “Big structural change in America doesn’t happen without violence.” Seven months later, hypocrisy meters on Mars were pegged to the max as Slate overflowed with articles denouncing the “Capitol riots.”
On Dec. 2 of 2020, Congresswxmyn Alexandria Occasional-Cortex (D-Auditioned) tweeted, “The whole point of protesting is to make ppl uncomfortable … to folks who complain that protest demands make others uncomfortable… that’s the point.”
Hypocrisy vibrations emanated deeply from Washington D.C. as AOC’s communication director tried to get Twitter to ban anyone who referred to the actress’s support of last year’s riots.
Falsehood meters also pegged
It should be noted that a separate “falsehoods” meter on the Curiosity Rover was also registering record-setting signals, as AOC claimed, “What happened Wednesday was insurrection against the United States.” Filled with faux outrage (remember, she won the audition to be supported by the Justice Democrats), AOC continued her blowhard exaggerations, saying, “We came close to half of the house nearly dying.”
And Chris Cuomo, when called out on his “who says protests have to be peaceful” comment, tweeted back, “Never supported the riots.” Yeah, right, Chrissy. Play your word games.
Those mis-truths (apparently we can’t call them lies) taxed the Mars Rover’s sensors hard, but the falsehood meter on Curiosity Rover fizzled completely and emitted blue smoke after Hank “I’m concerned Guam will tip over” Johnson (D-Insanity), told the Rev. Al “I still owe a ton in back taxes” Sharpton, “This is nothing but a race war that was about to be unleashed. And had it not been for the gunshot – the one shot fired by that plain clothed officer in the Speaker’s Lobby … I have no doubt that some of us who look like me would have been hanging from the railings of the 3rd floor onto the House floor, swinging like uh, like uh, uh, like uh, fruit. Strange fruit.”
(Note: I subsequently told my Facebook friends that if anyone believed Representative Johnson, they should unfriend me immediately, because I do not want to be associated with anyone that stupid.)
Of course, we cannot forget about Kamala “Fweedom” Harris, who is not an African American but plays one on TV. Harris was a guest on Steven Colbert’s dry and flavorless talk show on Jun. 17, 2020. The host asked Kamala about the Black Lives Matter protests occurring around the country at the time, where cars and stores and police stations were burned, stores were ransacked and looted, and people lost their entire livelihoods due to the “protests.” Many innocent people ended up in the hospital and several dozen, including a retired black policeman, were murdered.
Speaking of these “protests,” Colbert said to his guest, “I know there are protests still happening in major cities across the United States, I’m just not seeing the reporting on it that I had for the first few weeks,” Colbert said.
“That’s right,” Harris replied. “But they’re not gonna stop. They’re not gonna stop, and this is a movement, I’m telling you.”
“They’re not gonna stop, and everyone beware, because they’re not gonna stop,” she added. “They’re not gonna stop before Election Day in November, and they’re not gonna stop after Election Day.”
“Everyone should take note of that, on both levels, that they’re not going to let up — and they should not. And we should not,” she concluded.
Strangely, Harris was fighting back smiles as she lectured America on Jan. 7, saying the violence at the Capitol “has no place in our democracy.” With that statement, NASA tells us the hypocrisy meter on the Mars Curiosity Rover stopped working because its circuits overloaded.
The inequities, the inequality, the unfairness
Another question Colbert asked of his guest was, “I know that your mom was politically active. What did you learn from her?”
Kamala replied, “I learned that the greatest movements that we’ve seen in recent history in our country, but probably since the beginning, have been born out of protests; have been born out of understanding the power of the people to take to the streets and force their government to become – to address what is wrong; the inequities, the inequality, the unfairness.”
Apparently, Kamala thinks it’s okay to take to the streets, no matter how many buildings or cars are burned or businesses are looted, or how many innocents are murdered, if a black man who’s overdosing on fentanyl dies while a cop has a knee on his neck. And in those cases, legacy media will report all the violence as “mostly peaceful.”
But if some states follow their own election laws and the election laws set forth in the U.S. Constitution, but other states violate those laws – and thus disenfranchise the legal votes and the will of law-abiding states, what about that “unfairness?”
Legacy media, corrupt politicians, and their sycophants need to drop the worn out lie that all the election fraud cases were thrown out of court because of lack of merit. Evidence – mountains of it – was never heard. Consider the illogic of District Court Judge Brett Ludwig, who said all of Trump’s complaints on how the State of Wisconsin conducted its election needed to be brought up before the election occurred.
If Kamala had an ounce of integrity, she’d be saying that’s rife with inequities, inequality, and unfairness. It’s like saying you can’t charge someone with stealing your car because you didn’t bring up the charges before it was stolen. Or a professor being told he can’t accuse a student of cheating on an exam because he didn’t charge the student before the cheating occurred.
However, when challenges were made prior to the election, they were shot down. In Nevada, District Court Judge Rob Bare refused to hear a challenge to mass-mailed ballots prior to the election because of a judicial philosophy that judges should only insert themselves “where there is an existing controversy, not merely the prospect of a future problem.”
Damned if you do, damned if you don’t.
It is clear “the powers that be” wanted Trump gone, and the amount of money and threats issued to make it happen was probably more than all the elections in the history of the world combined.
The narrative we’re told in legacy media is that Trump was lying to us and destroying America, but quite the opposite is true. It is the Deep State that’s been lying to Americans as they sold out the country; Trump simply got in their way. He was dismantling their plans, so they had to demonize him. As retribution for slowing them down, they now seek to permanently demolish his reputation and kill the political will of those who still want to make America great.
For those that don’t see this, I feel sorry for their poor eyesight. If they get their wish, Marxists who idolize Che Guevara will become heroes for taking out anyone in a red MAGA hat, and politicians who usher in globalism will be heroes, too. But when Marxist methods finally catch up to this country and everything people have held dear is destroyed, many people will still look for a way to blame Trump and anyone who fought to preserve the Constitution. They will parrot the Marxists’ lies, and their hypocrisy will be strong enough to be sensed on Pluto.
Daniel Bobinski, M.Ed. is a certified behavioral analyst, best-selling author, corporate trainer, executive coach, and columnist. He’s also a veteran and a self-described Christian Libertarian who believes in the principles of free-market capitalism—while standing firmly against crony capitalism.