Oct 22, 2018
As we approach the midterm elections in about two weeks, the battle behind the scenes is approaching its climax. It is largely a media war, where the mainstream media is fighting with all of its power against President Trump. Trump is correct in calling the mainstream media the greatest enemy of the people. It truly is a war, where Truth is the first casualty. I have believed this for the past 40 years, long before Trump came into office.
The media has often been called the fourth branch of government, because of its great power to shape public opinion. Its bias, however, is now surfacing clearly in its hypocritical application of principles and standards. For example, Dr. Christine Ford’s unsubstantiated allegations against Kavanaugh from an event that (she said) occurred while they were in high school, caused the media to support the idea that a woman should be believed no matter what. But when Democrats are charged with the same things, the media tends to ignore it or play down such charges as if they are unimportant—even if they are able to present evidence to support their case.
Bill Clinton comes to mind as a perfect example of this. But more recent cases are also being reported, such as last August when Minnesota’s Representative Keith Ellison was accused of abusing women. Ellison is also the deputy chair of the DNC.
Yet the DNC gave Ellison “overwhelming endorsement” just two days later, and to this day we hear very little about the case from the media.
Two weeks after the Democratic National Committee (DNC) announced a review of domestic abuse allegations against Minnesota Democratic Rep. Keith Ellison, the public still has scant information about the probe.
The DNC has offered no details on who exactly is running the probe, what evidence they have uncovered or when they expect to have enough information to either affirm or withdraw their support for Ellison.
Ellison, the deputy chair of the DNC and Democratic nominee for Minnesota attorney general, is accused of physically and emotionally abusing his ex-girlfriend, liberal Sierra Club activist Karen Monahan….
Ellison is a Muslim Democrat who is now running for Attorney General in Minnesota. Muslims are not known for their good treatment of women, and Democrats don’t want to turn away votes from the large Muslim community in Minneapolis. So they claim to be taking the charges “very seriously,” but to this day nothing has been done. Ellison is still on the ballot with the full support of the Democratic party that he represents. The media has remained largely silent or sympathetic to Ellison. Contrast this with the media’s treatment of Kavanaugh.
Last week papers were released exposing Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio as an abuser of women.
The mainstream media is unsurprisingly silent on recent allegations of abuse levied against Democrat Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio. Congressional Democrats are going to have to take a break from providing cover only for Keith Ellison to now bury any potential blemish to another of their own after they spent weeks fueling the Kavanaugh circus.
This actually goes back to 1986 in Brown’s divorce case, where his wife made these claims.
I am aware that divorce cases can be ugly and often laced with lies in order to get better settlements, but once again, if we apply the Democrat Party’s Kavanaugh standards to this case, the news media ought to be putting on another circus. But so far, few people even know about the case.
The media is certainly not unbiased. For decades the western media has scorned Russia and other countries for being controlled by the government. But in the West, the media is controlled by the same moguls who control the governments. Today it is called the Deep State or the Secret Government. Though its roots go back to earlier times, the Deep State was officially reorganized into the Senior Executive Service, or SES, set up by President Jimmy Carter in 1978.
Presidents come and go, but the SES members were the permanent employees of the Deep State. They controlled both of the major political parties, at least until recently.
Shortly after the SES was established in 1978, certain high-ranking people, many in the military, were alarmed at what was happening and began to make plans to take down the Deep State. Their plans evolved, and in 2012 they asked Donald Trump to be their candidate for president. When he agreed, the fight was on, and the rest is history.
This is the backdrop for current events, and it explains why the Democratic Party is selective in decrying those accused of abusing women. Republicans are by no means perfect, and I have been very critical of them for a long time. However, a third force has arisen within the ranks of the Republican Party itself and is now cleaning house in its war against the Deep State.
Some are retiring, some have flipped, and some (like Lindsey Graham) have been set free from Deep State blackmail. At least one, Senator John McCain, has been executed under the pretense of dying from brain cancer. Military tribunals are looming, and the Deep State is desperate. Lindsey Graham’s line of questioning during the Kavanaugh hearings focused upon the topic of military tribunals as a signal that his presence would ensure the takedown of the Deep State. That was why Nancy Pelosi went after Kavanaugh with a vengeance.
The coming elections will decide whether or not the Deep State can hold on to its power, or if they will be tried for treason. Mystery Babylon is not America, as it claims. America (and the world) has been conquered by a secret (“mystery”) government, prophesied in Scripture. We paid a terrible price for putting away God’s law. But our sentence has come to an end.