Several events behind MSM news stories today continue the process of shedding light on how the Corporate Media is structurally trying to prop up the Washington DC UniParty apparatus.
♦ First, in the Arizona senate race where incumbent John McCain is about to lose his seat to challenger Dr. Kelli Ward, you find the media trying to shape opinion toward favoring John McCain.
Before looking at the substance, it’s growing increasingly important to help readers identify the tell-tale signs of pending manipulation before and when it happens. ie. how and why to factually (and empirically) identify CNN staking out a biased position?
Check out the link to the story:
Notice the date: August 25th, yesterday. So the current article is updated today with relevance to the authors original intent. What is that content:
(Via CNN) Sen. John McCain’s primary opponent is standing by her criticism one day after she declared that the soon-to-be 80-year-old Arizona Republican is too old to be re-elected.
“John McCain has stayed in Washington, D.C. for way too long — almost four decades,” she told CNN’s Brooke Baldwin Friday, saying that McCain and his own family members had reservations about his age. “The Arizona voters will decide if they want an 80-year-old senator or not.”
McCain is the eighth-oldest senator currently serving. The oldest is California Democrat Dianne Feinstein, 83, who has two more years left on her term. (link)
Ahhhh, lift McCain using the “ageism” card against his primary opponent. Arizona has a large retired population of older voters. The primary election is next Tuesday 8/30/16.
Ward has a very good chance to finally unseat McCain. Enter CNN and the original article which was framing Kelli Ward as a long-shot and releasing a CNN “Media Poll” intended to undermine her challenge and giving McCain a 26 point lead.
This is how Corporate Media (Wall Street) protects the UniParty, which in turn protects their corporate interests.
According to the way MSM plays the ideological
scheme ruse, John McCain, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell (et al) are all horrible people until they are rightfully challenged by primary opponents – then *presto* the same people gain mysterious media halos, until right after they gain reelection and go back to playing their pre-assigned, pre-agreed upon, UniParty roles.
Wash – Rinse – Repeat.
♦ Second item, Paul “don’t-blame-me-for-Iraq” Wolfowitz is now supporting Hillary Clinton:
(Reuters) […] Wolfowitz, a top advisor to George W. Bush during his presidency and vociferous champion of the “preemptive war” in Iraq, told Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine that he saw Trump as a security risk.
“I wish there were somebody I could be comfortable voting for,” said Wolfowitz, also a former World Bank chief.
“I might have to vote for Hillary Clinton, even though I have big reservations about her.” (link)
Transparent and quite silly. Of course Wolfowitz is going to support his UniParty, it is in his best interests to do so.
Candidate Donald Trump is an existential threat to the entire structure of global interventionist military action; ie. “war for profit”.
Globalist goals cannot be achieved without people like Wolfowitz, along with the various neocon elements who support expansive military engagement, driving legislative intents that deliver on their objectives.
Hillary Clinton is, as everyone now admits, merely an extension of this objective.