The Manipulation of The Conservative Media by Donors and “Benefactors” is Every Bit as Corrupting As The Money Flowing To The GOP Establishment – Explained in 15-Minutes

The video is cued to start at 24:40 mark and you can stop listening at the 40:35 mark. I put those timing markers in there for the people that might be listening on flaky browsers that sometimes ignore the timing cues stated in the links. If you have time, by all means, listen to the whole thing, but those 15-minutes are crucial. If you can’t be bothered to spend a measly 15-minutes of your life learning the lay of the land, then you probably need to go back to “reality TV”.

Like Trump or hate Trump, you really owe yourself a listen (it’s only a 15 minute segment) as it will forever answer the question of why seemingly normal conservative pundits suddenly start talking like Bernie Sanders when the subject of Illegal Immigration come up.

In short, you are being lied to by people, pundits and bloggers (very often on our own side of the political aisle) that are being paid to lie to you. Often these people have long track records of being friendly to conservatives, so why now are they now trying to get you under the wheels of the bus? The short answer is money (they are receiving it) and the prospects of better things to come (for them, never you) if they will just ‘play ball’ or be ‘a team player’. If they do not fall into line, well, they are off the A-List forever.

Now grab a tasty beverage, sit back,  and let the red pill settle in and do its work.

  • Democracy has a size limit i think. When a society becomes too complex and too large, it becomes too easy to manipulate.

    • Drunk_by_Noon

      That was envisioned by the founding fathers in that participation in government had a bar of entry that was somewhat beyond having a pulse and consuming oxygen.
      I don’t think it’s entirely a size issue either.
      Universal suffrage is turning out to be a very bad idea, but even then, the whole process depends on an informed populace, and misinforming them for money is far more damaging to the process than all the welfare eaters combined that are trying to give themselves a raise from the public coffers.

      Things are just much worse than I ever believed was possible.

      • dance…dancetotheradio

        Universal suffrage bugs the hell out of me.
        At the very least there should be a knowledge test to qualify to vote.

        • Drunk_by_Noon

          If you are informed, educated, engaged, have some skin in the game, and are a citizen, then welcome to the party.
          I think that only describes about 1/3 of our voters, however.

          I’m not a huge fan of naturalized citizens voting as they tend to exclusively vote their in group preference. Take for example that Mexican news reporter asking V. Fox (former president of Mexico) how to vote in a U.S. Election to best serve her “people”.
          She should be thrown out of the country.

          • Minicapt

            The naturalization problem you mentioned has developed since the since the mid-eighties. Probably rising from the Democrat Party’s attempt to make itself more ‘democratic’. As such, the necessity to encourage retention of non-American cultural/tribal affiliations surmounted the requirement to merge into the “American people”.


          • Drunk_by_Noon

            I have seen that problem since the early 1970’s with the Mexicans.
            It might have even started earlier.

          • Minicapt

            Jack Kerouac and the Beatniks?


          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Likely the 1968 “Chicano Power” movement.

  • Tom Forsythe

    If immigrants were voting 70-30 for Republicans, Hillary would be on the border with a cement mixer, building the wall herself.

  • Tom Forsythe
    • Drunk_by_Noon

      Yeah, there is!
      There was a post on it yesterday.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Whoever gets elected this time around may very well be America’s last ‘elected’ leader. From here on in it’s an open sham. It’s bullshit.

  • simus1

    Old saying:
    Ordinary people think well drillers drill for water.
    Smarter people understand they drill for money.