Dumb Expectations, Draft Misinformation, Narratives, Unexpected Future Traffic Stops, and Michael Corleone on the Deep State Under the Fedora

Posted: May 1, 2021 by datechguy in Uncategorized

There is an article at the Washington Examiner about Catholics calling the 1st 100 days of the Biden Administration: “100 days of Disappointment”.

I can’t see how this can be the case for any informed person. To be disappointed requires expectation and anyone Catholic who has followed Joe Biden for the 50 years he has been on the public teat would not expect him to make any decision that was governed by the faith, even if he was actually in charge in DC.

If you actually had expectation of it being otherwise then I’m disappointed in you.

There is a lot of talk that the wokeness and sloppiness of the MSM has bled into the sport media but I actually think it’s the other way around and the best example of this has been the NFL draft.

For the last several months we have seen disinformation, speculation treated as credible evidence up for discussion and wholesale nonsense pushed on the public. Why here in New England today on a radio station that has spent the last three months insisting that Bill Belichick MUST trade up and pay any price to get one of the five elite QB’s available in this draft when he managed to get one of them (Mack Jones) with his 15th pick without you actually had a host complaining that Jones wasn’t a good pick because he he HAD been one they would have traded up for him.

Remember unless you are watching or listening to an actual play by play it’s just about winding you up to keep you there or if you have an “insider” advancing a particular front office’s narrative in exchange for access.

Yup just like regular media.

I found the whole “Cruz asleep during the Biden speech” story ironic because it remined me of the time Samantha Bee’s Full Frontal show approached me at CPAC to bring up solitaire on my new laptop so they could have an image to claim people weren’t listening to his speech and I called them out on it publicly that day.

It shows the double standard, if I had done what they asked they would have painted it as Trump’s fault for being boring rather than my fault for not paying attention in the press pool. With Ted Cruz the narrative is it’s his fault for closing his eyes rather than the fault of the Biden administration to make a boring presentation that means nothing.

Saw the same thing during campaign 2012 when I was covering the Santorum campaign, young reporters weren’t interested in reporting what was said but were dying to get a sound bite they could spin.

I bet the lot of them never got over being unpopular in highschool.

I keep reading about student government members anxious to hit police from their temporary pulpits.

The fact that employment managers will be googling them seems to be completely lost on them and that for all the woke positioning of major companies public most of these folks given the choice of someone who stirs controversy vs someone who will help sell their product or service will take the later every time.

I also have an odd feeling that these folks will find it odd that the moment they go over the speed limit, or fail to signal or violate various ordinances they will find themselves pulled over and or caught and somehow not escape with a warning.

Unexpectedly of course

I’m old enough to remember when the Giuliani story would have shocked me in terms of the abuse of power by the government/deep state.

These days the revelation that they’ve been going after him secretly since 2019 while President Trump was still in office elicits a yawn as I don’t expect better.

Michael Corleone had these guys pegged the year Biden got into office

Trump’s superpower was making these vermin come out into the open.

  1. Pod Hamp says:

    LOL, a lot of us Protestants are also disappointed in the first 100 days.