May I tell you a sad fact about the state of the media?
Hyperbole is the weapon by which the left draws their line in the sand.
You see, behind the scenes of the American conservative awakening that we are experiencing are any number of men and women like me; patriots who spend their days pontificating upon the subjects of freedom and sovereignty, day in and day out, attempting to put together well-crafted anecdotes and metaphors in order to keep you entertained. Others in the media go another route, choosing instead to shock and offend in order to be heard.
Like ATL’s very own hip hop artist Big Boi said: “we don’t sell dope, we pimp ink pens/to provoke the folks and keep em thinking”.
In other words, we’re not pushing the adrenaline high that you get from CNN’s outrageous partisanship…we would rather start a dialogue. (After all, I’m not selling you laundry detergent with television commercials).
The problem is, when I use a literary device such as hyperbole, I often have to justify it in order to keep my “good standing” with the social media masters of the universe. When someone on CNN says something outrageous, however, the only recourse we have as patriots is to expose them. Otherwise, they get away with it.
So, in keeping with that tradition, let’s take a look at how one CNN analyst decided that Brett Kavanaugh’s ice-throwing incident during an altercation in a college bar 33 years ago impacts the credibility of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations of sexual assault against him.
Folks, I’ll admit it now, should I ever be accused of it later: I have definitely thrown ice on more than one occasion in my life. Please don’t drag my name all over the mainstream media over it.