Many people are noticing a rather familiar, albeit oddly timed, leftist “anti-Semitism” narrative being pushed into the media broadcasts over the past 36 hours. Yes, it seems to have come out of nowhere. Why? No one is really understanding what’s going on.
Understandably, the right side of the political continuum are referencing the media push from the position of their own camp; that makes them defensive. However, the actual motive of the professional corporate media to push this meme has nothing to do with President Trump or republicans – it’s an internal maneuver and transparently Clintonian.
Team Clinton, meaning the professionally political elements of the Democrat machinery, are pushing the anti-Semitism storylines because the party is in the final stages of framing their argument to ensure their preferred DNC head, Tom Perez, wins as party chair.
The Democratic National Committee votes this week for its next leader. The winner of the DNC chair race will very likely reflect whether the committee’s voting members think it prudent to align their party with the Hillary Clinton-Barack Obama camp, the Bernie Sanders camp — or neither. ~NPR
Tom Perez endorsements: former Vice President Joe Biden, former Attorney General Eric Holder, former Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
Keith Ellison endorsements: Sen. Bernie Sanders; Sen. Elizabeth Warren; Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer; Rep. John Lewis; New Hampshire Democratic Party Chairman Raymond Buckley
Pushing odd, vague, disingenuous and sparsely connected stories about anti-Semitic news, is the way Team Clinton undermine Perez’s opponent, Keith Ellison.
Representative Ellison, a Muslim, carries a strong anti-Semitic liability from his past associations and past engagements speaking negatively about Jewish people.
Team Clinton are exponentially more shrewd than most give them credit for. Even Machiavelli couldn’t keep up with their schemes. With the DNC election coming up, the professionally Democrat know how to plant the most toxic seeds at just the right moment. This is their play toward that end result, nothing more.
By setting up a national dialogue of rising anti-Semitic activity, the Perez political coalition (Team Clinton) can turn to the target audience (DNC voters) and say: do you really want to make our party take this dangerous path…. etc. etc.
This weakens Keith Ellison (Bernie Sanders guy) and shifts support more solidly toward the preferred party nominee Thomas Perez (Team Clinton guy).
That’s all this is, nothing more.
The brilliance of Team Clinton is always distractive politics…. They use their corporate media allies to make it look like the target is over there (media stares at Trump), when in reality the intended target is entirely something else.
When watching the professional Democrats, THE PARTY MACHINE, playing sleight of hand, remember: there is never a pea under any of their shells. The DNC vote is this Saturday February 25th. The timing of it all is, well, exceptional.
Obviously Clinton and Obama cannot be seen to be putting their fingers on the scale of the DNC election process, but the transparency here is brutally obvious. The party machine wants their guy Perez. Tom Perez was the former head of the DOJ civil rights division, and later President Obama’s Labor Secretary.
What’s so brilliantly Clintonian about this play is how the Democrat apparatus gets their opponents (grassroots supporters of Sanders/Ellison) to push the anti-Semitic narrative by giving the appearance of a target against Trump. The Bernie people are so blind to their own party working against them, they willingly push the narrative and don’t realize it undermines their own leader, Keith Ellison. Brilliant x infinity.
It’s going to be hilarious to see CNN tonight bring up anti-Semitism in the scheduled DNC debate between Ellison and Perez. The Ellison people won’t even realize, until it’s too late, how the entire construct has been a set up to undermine their guy. Again, brilliant.
TONIGHT ON CNN – Just days before the Democratic National Committee elects its new leader, candidates for the job will hash out their visions for the party at CNN’s “Debate Night: Democratic Leadership Debate” on Wednesday.
The debate, moderated by CNN Chief Political Correspondent Dana Bash and “New Day” anchor Chris Cuomo, will air at 10 p.m. ET from the CNN Center in Atlanta. The candidates will lay out strategies for the 2018 midterm elections, rebuilding the Democratic Party and the DNC’s role under the Trump administration. (link)