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September Surrender: Day 18

What I’m Letting Go: Propaganda Perpetrators

Do corrupt people know they’re corrupt? Or do they think they’re helping around here? Do they believe what they say, or are they forced to say it? I have no clue. All I know is these people I report on every day are really an exercise in what not to do. There doesn’t seem to be a clean one in the bunch. And I know we’re all human, but sometimes, considering what some choose to blast out on the airwaves, I’m not so sure.

Today I had to do a segment on the Wall Street Journal report that Joe Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland’s relationship has turned ice cold since he appointed special prosecutors in Biden’s classified documents case and Hunter Biden’s tax evasion charges. I don’t care too much about any of that, since the corruption is already plastered across every last one of their faces. I went trawling for a sound bite when then-alleged-President Elect Biden addressed his Department of Justice nominees one day after January Sixth. I had to sit there and watch this actor act, pretend to care, wave around the hands of a man who hasn’t worked a day in his life, just to condemn those who felt they were losing their country (and paid three-letter agencies who facilitated the breach).

I just hate the slime. I hate listening to these people. I don’t know if my bullsh*t detector is just turned up to eleven but I sincerely don’t know how anyone takes these people seriously. It’s time I stop thinking there’s a redemption arc on the horizon for any of them. It’s gone beyond saving at this point. I know there are those out there who wish to see them swinging from nooses, but I’m still not about that life. I refuse to back state-run death. Plus, the Biden Regime outlawed lynching on the federal level. Made me twirl my moustache when I learned of it. Perhaps it was their own necks they were worried about, and if there’d be a pay-per-view special for it.

Either way, no matter what occurs in the weeks coming up, I just want this realm of political pandering and propaganda forever off the map. I just want some peace and prosperity around here, is that so much to ask?

Also, I didn’t even end up using the sound bite. All that work, ruined.

“But we, what we witnessed yesterday was not dissent, it was not disorder, it was not protest. It was chaos. They weren’t protesters — don’t dare call them protesters. They were a riotous mob of insurrectionists, domestic terrorists.”

President-Elect Joe Biden, January 7, 2021

What I’ve Discovered: Following the Story

If you didn’t already know about this story, I’m sorry to be the one to report it. Police are searching for a third suspect after a one-year-old boy died from a suspected fentanyl overdose at a Bronx day care. Yes, all that fentanyl China is manufacturing that is pouring over our wide-open southern border has killed a one-year-old baby. It’s a heartbreaking story, and would be entirely preventable if the regime didn’t reverse every single border policy that was working. But how was a child exposed to fentanyl inside a day care, is the question every journalist should be posing.

As it turns out, the day care was allegedly a front for a drug operation. I didn’t know that until our headline anchor read it on our air this morning. The news incensed my host. Me as well. It’s not altogether surprising in this hellhole reality, but its never easy to hear. My host began going off while the headlines were being read. “How could this happen?” they asked, “What is going on?” I got in their ear and said, “People do all sorts of things when they don’t think they’ll get caught.”

“Yes, you’re right, you’re absolutely right,” they told me. I could see the wheels turning in their head after I said that. It felt like I jumpstarted another line of questioning in a journalist’s mind. It felt good to find out I have that kind of intrigue, as I’ve said here I don’t really consider myself to have the curiosity needed to be a successful journalist. I may have also unwittingly set off their temperament, because nitpickiness was happening all throughout the rest of the show.

I always feel these news stories are going to get worse before they get better. I’m scared to see which stories we’ll be forced to chase next time.

What I Hope to Find:

The U.S. Military lost track of an F35 jet. A stealth jet. So they can’t even actually track it. It may have crashed near South Carolina. But the pilot ejected anyway. And the Marines put a two-day “stand-down” order in effect after it happened. So can anyone explain to me just what the literal f*ck is going on anymore? Why is my gut telling me this is just setting the stage for something bigger and badder on the horizon?

Maybe I am a conspiracy theorist. My aunt told me as much when I said during a tour of a nursing home that maybe they’re “hiding” the actual cure for Alzheimer’s based on how they toddle out our so-called president every day. But at this point, I don’t care. And the nursing home lady agreed with me. All I want to find is competency again. To have something real at the helm while we’re down here on earth. Because at this point, I have to believe everything is being done intentionally, and not in the direction to benefit those searching for the truth.

It’d be so interesting to begin reporting on news stories about rebuilding our shattered institutions. To see how they have to put everything together again to work best in this modern age. Perhaps if I’m lucky enough and can weather the biggest sh*tstorm of them all, I may actually see it in my lifetime. A morning news producer gets to set the tone for the whole day. Time to make it a good one.

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