Do voters prefer to be lied to? Is it the fault of PC and LGBT speech codes?
Ever wonder why candidates are so afraid to tell it to you straight? Maybe it’s because they’re afraid of the extreme reactions that being honest produces? So in an effort to avoid those extreme reactions – and to prevent being branded an “extremist” themselves – politicians resort to bullshit. And voters – especially the snowflake variety – suck up the bullshit and condemn anything that even smells like the truth.
That would explain the two years of non-stop ANTIFA inspired rants by candidates like Obama bureaucrat Mikie Sherrill, Obama bureaucrat Tom Malinowski, and Obama bureaucrat Andy Kim… and it would explain why those Democrats are now looking for a way to move their followers and activists to the center.
Well, he’s at it again…
Did you enjoy that? What? Too much?
Yeah, it certainly is shock therapy. But then, you needed it, didn’t you?
About Jonathan Pie (from Wikipedia)… Jonathan Pie is a fictitious British news reporter, created and played by British actor and comedian Tom Walker. Pie appears in a series of video clips where he rants about the state of politics in the United Kingdom, and the United States presented as if he is a real reporter speaking his personal opinions to camera before or after filming a regular news segment.
The first spoof news report featuring Pie, released just after the election of Jeremy Corbyn as leader of the Labour Party, was responding to mainstream media reports that gave particular weight to Corbyn's past relationship with Diane Abbott. Walker was soon approached by several media companies, including RT UK, the Russian government-funded television channel, which offered him complete creative control. He worked with RT for several months, before leaving in July 2016, just prior to his appearance at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August.
The character received international coverage after the 2016 US election, when his report on Donald Trump's victory went viral, becoming a YouTube trending video. PJ Media did not recognise Jonathan Pie as a fictitious character, presenting him instead as a real-life, professional "British lefty reporter".