Narratives Narratives Narratives under the Fedora

Posted: November 24, 2021 by datechguy in Uncategorized

One of the most telling moments of the attack in Waukesha was this moment when a local station had an eyewitness on live and this took place:

As soon as it was clear the killer was black suddenly it was a problem that the interview was live.

It can’t be broadcast live if it doesn’t fit the narrative:

And what happens when the narrative doesn’t help the cause? DaTechGuy’s laws of Media Outrage kicks in to wit:

It’s not a national story if it doesn’t fit the narrative.

The New Neo notices that the low bail that allowed the Waukesah killer to go out and kill was something the DA didn’t find a mistake before it became a political problem:

“Chisholm, who was elected in 2007, supports deferrals for some misdemeanors and “low-level” felonies in order to cut down on incarcerations. And he’s taken credit for inspiring a new wave of prosecutors in cities like San Francisco, St. Louis, and Philadelphia who have enacted similar reforms. Chisholm congratulated San Francisco district attorney Chesa Boudin following his election in 2019, and the pair spoke at a forum earlier this year on the status of the progressive prosecutor movement.”

So this guy Chisholm is one of the earliest of the “reformers” in this movement. He apparently also knew and accepted that some people would get killed as a result of his policies:

““Is there going to be an individual I divert, or I put into [a] treatment program, who’s going to go out and kill somebody?” he told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel in 2007. “You bet. Guaranteed. It’s guaranteed to happen. It does not invalidate the overall approach.””

Collateral damage, he seems to be saying.

As long as the Collateral damage was to the people and not to the narrative it was acceptable but now it could hurt the narrative so it’s something that deserves a 2nd thought

There are many narratives that are sacred to the left in general and whoever owns the Biden administration in particular and these narratives are not stopped by borders to wit. A soccer player collapsed on the pitch in the middle of the game and the announcer said

I think everyone wants to know if he’s had the COVID vaccine?

That’s when the live feed was cut

Thou must not question the narrative live where regular people can hear it.

Of course once in a while the attempt to force the narrative fails, such as in the case of Peng Shuai:

The disappearance from public view of Chinese tennis champion Peng Shuai and Beijing’s censorship of her accusations of sexual assault are sharpening the focus on China’s handling of human rights as the country prepares to host the upcoming Winter Olympics.

The Women’s Tennis Association (WTA), which governs the worldwide women’s tennis tour, has threatened to pull its business from China over concern for Peng’s safety, marking one of the strongest reactions yet from within the sports world and foreign nations increasingly outraged over Beijing’s actions.

“Our relationship with China is at a crossroads,” WTA Chairman and CEO Steve Simon said in a statement after Chinese state media released images and video purportedly showing Peng out to dinner after she went missing earlier this month.

Simon called the video “insufficient” to confirm Peng’s safety and well-being.

It was the first time Peng was seen publicly in nearly three weeks, having largely vanished from public view after posting on social media allegations of sexual assault against China’s former vice premier.

China’s “Great Firewall” of internet censorship has scrubbed any reference to Peng’s allegations online and has taken offline international news broadcasts discussing her situation.

Millions of Uighur in slave camps companies like Nike & the NBA can ignore but when the world Tennis association didn’t fold and stands up for a former #1 ranked player suddenly folks are getting nervous:

This is a crisis for the media which doesn’t want this narrative for one reason and one reason only

It’s worth repeating: “When is the American public going to realize that it’s not China that the broadcast news divisions are protecting, but the globalist entertainment companies that own the news divisions, and which need Asian markets for maxxing out their entertainment profits?”

Never doubt that power and profit are the primary drivers of the narrative

  1. mickmar21 says:

    You nailed it in that narrative is more important than facts. Media should hang its head in shame and yet they double down as to do otherwise is to admit they got it wrong.

    Eventually they will “read the room” and when that happens the spin will be astounding.