Here bydesign001 provides an example of a “pseudo-event”. What is a “pseudo-event”? It is manufactured news.
If you look into this “news”, what does it tell us? Democrats are stupid and mean-spirited? That they are dishonest bullies? That they try to intimidate their opposition? If we did not know that already, we have to be quite ignorant, and that’s the problem.
How much time does a story like this deserve? Not much. If we see one of our leaders dining out and an unruly mob starts trying to bully them, what should we do? Well, if you are a man, a gentleman, and a patriot, you protect your leaders. You get yourself between the mob and your leaders.
When someone is trying to serve you, you protect them. You call the police for help. You don’t just sit there on your ass. Have we any business asking Secret Service agents to do things we are unwilling to do ourselves?
Meanwhile, so we can straighten out the mess Democrat demagogues are making, we try to understand our opposition. We try see past their schemes and focus on what is actually important. News is supposed to be about things that matter, not a bunch of mob activity.
Check out what Mark Levin had to say last Friday about “pseudo-events”.
Listen to the first part of his radio show from Friday.
As citizens of a great constitutional republic, we need to learn how our government is supposed to work and what it is actually doing, not about stuff on the periphery.
We need know what our leaders believe and about the competencies, not to be flooded with a bunch of emotional nonsense that does not matter.
In an election, we need to know about the candidates, not to hear reporters cover the election as if it were a sporting event. Who cares if so and so is great with one-line lies that just zing into the other guy? If so and so does not care about protecting our rights, why would we want vote for so and so?
Unified Patriots by Vassar Bushmills
You all know by now about the assault on a swank DC Mexican Restaurant by a group of American political terrorists. The story and video are available from several sources, some sympathetic, others outraged.
This one runs over 10 minutes, providing the full scope of the “battle area”.
Rather than get your panties in a bunch about the insolence or language, which has become so common and predictable as to be ordinary anymore, from a large part of our educated youth these days, notice the rest of restaurant, and the general absence of restaurant management. Again, for over 10 minutes.
Now, WHAT IF, what if just one of those patrons had stood up, picked up his or her plate of chili rellenos, and calmly walked over to where one of the loud-mouths were standing, and face planted those chili rellenos.
In Hollywood, this is called a “show stopper”, for there…
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