Election Horror

Dump Trump, and the Media Will Be Nice to DeSantis?

It is an illusion that the leftist political/media hybrid only gets vile and nasty toward Conservatives because of Donald J. Trump.

If you looked back and reviewed how the left and his own party treated Reagan when he ran you would be shocked at the parallels to the Trump Era. Bush Sr. and ‘Baby Bush’ were mercilessly mocked for being out of touch. Why Bush Jr. was labeled illiterate and called a war criminal? Romney was vilified and called a misogynist with a ‘binder full of women, not to mention a murderer. Senator Cruz, Marco Rubio, Lindsey Graham, Matt Gaetz, Margorie Taylor Green, and the list goes on – all defamed, mocked, and degraded.

Alinsky Rules for Radicals is the leftist playbook – Pick a target, freeze it, personalize it, and polarize it. Listen to an excerpt from our recent podcast making the case that it doesn’t matter if it is Trump or DeSantis, both will be Alinskyied.



  • The Paramount+ TV show The Good Fight launched a storyline where a gay man accuses Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis of sexually assaulting him – see here.

Besides, if you have been a keen political observer for the last two years you would know that the media has been vicious ‘mean girls’ on crack hammering away on Gov. DeSantis. It is a fait au complet that the next GOP candidate for president will be eviscerated just like Trump.

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  1. Absolutely right. You may remember that I wrote on this topic myself – never in history there was a Republican “acceptable” to the media until the day he died (see Bush the elder). And “DeSantis is worse than Trump” narrative has begun long before the midterms.
    The media should never be our guide as who to support – in fact, if they are “nice” to a Republican that should raise all kinds of flags. That what makes me wonder if the media would be a lot “nicer” to Trump than to DeSantis in the coming days. Time will tell.

  2. Trump or DeSantis in 2024, what difference does it make? Until our vote counts we will never see a Republican president again. And without a Republican Congress and president we will never be able to pass legislation to reform federal voting. So, we will never have a fair election again.

    How do we resolve this conundrum? With the biased media today, reinforcing every Democrat lie, we cannot win hearts and minds. And without getting people to chose to pick freedom over the growing tyranny we see in Washington D.C., we go further into the depths of hell.

    Our future is bleak, with few, if any options. Only God can save us now. But we have become a Godless nation, why would he chose to get us out of a situation we made ourselves? All is not lost; however, the House is now in Republican control. Their actions over the next two years will determine our future.

    If they act as conservatives first, and show real leadership, 2024 could become a year of change. A big challenge for the House. I hope they are up to it. But the media will always attack Republicans, they are only after Trump because he poses the biggest threat to the left now. Whoever follows him will get the same treatment, no matter who it is.

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"The simple step of a courageous individual is to not take part in the lie. One word of truth outweighs the world." Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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High up on one of the "grandfather mountains" I now perch in a Smoky mountain community in East Tennessee. Although, I would not trade my formative years in Louisiana, unfortunately,  that era of  America  is  no longer obtainable in the times we live - changing course was the best decision "Evah!"

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