CNN Journalist Cries Under the Strain of His Pathetically Soft Wokeness…

As a nation the Wuhan Virus has framed a re-evaluation of priority: faith, family, community and freedom.   Seeing totalitarian Blue state governors so easy dispatch liberty and individual rights reminds us to rekindle the flickering flame of freedom.

Modern journalists, no more essential to life than scripted narrative engineers dancing as puppets on strings in boxes, are inconsequential. The true American story is not built upon celebrity; but rather grit, callouses and dirty fingernails.  Farmers, truck drivers, stock clerks and supermarket cashiers are essential; …dancing puppets, not so much.

Facing this reality a generation of pathetically soft and feeble sorts; lemmings from the spine-harvesting indoctrination machines that turn bone into jelly-fish membrane; collapse as they recognize just how pathetic they are.  Inconsequential gnats carrying a life-skill as useful as sand in the Sahara.

Desperate and yearning for someone, anyone, to reaffirm their importance, the miserable and pitiful harbingers of irrelevance cry out in a desperate quest for meaning. Please forgive my frank and direct response, but apparently someone needs to call the baby ugly.

Good grief man, cowboy-the-f*ck-up.  You are not being tossed a pack of Lucky Strikes and told to storm the beaches of Normandy.  You have to wash your hands, stop touching your face and sit on your ass while keeping distant from the check-out-girl.  This ain’t hard.

That said, Stelter’s “journalism” has evolved into back-slapping pundits reveling in process; and as a consequence it completely ignores the end point, misses the bottom line, doesn’t actually SEE the subject matter, never actually learns what might be discovered.

Here’s a tip to Stelter:  Cry more. The reality of your misery is worse than you can even imagine.  Your enterprise is not only irrelevant, but your self-indulgent cries for affirmation are meaningless. Every fiber of your woeful existence is inadequate in an era when grit, fortitude, perseverance & strength are the greatest human commodity.

Cry more.  What you provide is useless. Your professional existence has no merit.

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, any average hard-working American is worth more today than all those who chase the golden statues of Hollywood; and ultimately if they want to go down the superiority path, what they provide is useless.

  • Florida Power and Light won the prestigious International Edward Demming award for excellence in multi-platform engineering and efficiency superiority. They didn’t blow every PhD intellectual out of the water with slide rules, CAD programs and engineering acumen. They did it with hard hats and dirty fingernails.

Because they lost the award, the Japanese spent 6 months studying FPL and later published a 1,000 page dissertation essentially saying FPL “wasn’t really good, they were just lucky”….. FPL field leadership laughed, took out markers and wrote on the back of their hard hats: WE’RE NOT GOOD, WE’RE RUCKY….

  • When every single Kuwaiti oil field was blown up by Saddam Hussein, they said it would take over five years to cap them all off and restart their oil pumping industry. The Kuwaitis and Saudis called Texans, who had them all capped and back in working order in ten months.

We are a nation that knows how to get shit done.

  • When the Northern Chile mine workers were trapped two miles underground, they said no-one could save them. Who did they call for help? A bunch of hick miners from USA coal country who went down there, worked on the fly, engineered the rescue equipment on site, and saved every one of them….

That’s our America.

Don’t lose sight of it.

  • When a half-breed Islamic whack job, armed with an AK-47 and a goal to meet his virgins, begins opening fire on a train in France, the Americans on board didn’t run to the nearest safe room and hide themselves amid baguettes and brie. They said “let’s go”, and beat the stuffing out of that little nut with a death wish.

Legion d’Honneur or not, that’s us.  That’s you.

That’s just how we roll.

Lady Liberty can stroll along the Champs-Elysées with a swagger befitting Mae West because without her arrival they’d be speaking German in the Louvre.  Yet for the better part of the past several decades groups of intellectual something-or-others have been selling an insufferable narrative about it being better sitting around a campfire eating sustainable algae cakes and picking parasites off each other.


In case you missed it, it wasn’t FEMA driving jacked-up monster trucks into the flooded neighborhoods around Houston Texas to rescue people from their homes; it was a bunch of glorious rednecks assembled like the second division of the Cajun Navy… which also just happens to be a fabulous bunch of shallow water boat operators who convoy their gear voluntarily into the aftermath of hurricanes and floods.

That’s America folks; in all her magnificent colorblind glory.

Git-r’-done ain’t government.

Live your best life.

You only have this moment once; and that moment is right now.

We are not going gently into the bloody collectivist good night. Indeed, we will make with our defiance such a sound as ALL history from this day forward will be forced to note, even if the Brian Stelters despise us in their writing of it.

Carry on…



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490 Responses to CNN Journalist Cries Under the Strain of His Pathetically Soft Wokeness…

  1. chuck lowe says:

    Brilliant and the best thing I have ever read by Sundance.

    Liked by 7 people

    • Paul from Canuskistan says:

      Great stuff
      That particular baby truly is ugly…
      Nothing more brutal in life than the truth

      Liked by 3 people

    • bobusaf says:

      I agree Chuck. Well said, Sundance.

      Liked by 2 people

    • Bob Parker says:

      Vintage keeper stuff SD!!
      This stuff gets the blood pumpin’ & makes me want to scream out “God-Damn right I’m an American & damn PROUD of it too!!

      And to Stelter & all the others of his ilk, you are nothing more than mosquitoes on the skin of our lives. You are PESTS, just like ticks that have -0- value for what it is you do.

      I have 100% full confidence that our God-sent President Trump will ultimately unleash maximum economic fury against the ChiComs for this & make them sorry they ever thought of putting the world thru this.


  2. Duke says:

    This is why I come here. It’s not just the the unsurpassed research and analysis, it’s the connection to pure American spirit. Thank you!

    Liked by 8 people

  3. Brutalus says:

    He should win the Ernie Pyle Award for bravery in journalism

    Liked by 3 people

    • ssbishop says:

      I believe he actually hoped for the Dan Rather Award or the Brian Williams Award, or reaching for the sky, the famous Elizabeth Warren Native American Award. As the old cliché goes, “He’s not a journalist, he just plays one on TV.”


  4. Summer says:

    Cryin lyin Brian. You are not a journo, bro. You are a presstitute and a drama queen. You were not crying for your “pre-pandemic life”, you were crying for your impotence to defeat President Trump once again. That is if your alleged crying is not very fake news ™.

    Liked by 3 people

  5. ZurichMike says:

    1. File Brian’s tweets under “Things That Never Happened”.
    2. Brian cried because he missed the pre-pandemic all-you-can-eat spaghetti buffet at Olive Garden

    Liked by 3 people

    • ssbishop says:

      When the term ‘pajama boy’ is used, Brian is what comes to my mind…perhaps he should go on Ellen or Dr. Phil’s show and get professional help. Or better yet, I had some up-close and personal interactions with several drill seargents that could ‘flatten’ his learning curve.

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  6. littlebird160 says:

    What a putz.

    Liked by 2 people

  7. Texian says:

    Drama queen attention-seeking is the exhibition of an increasingly common mental disorder; one that is caused by parental neglect at a very young age.. when the brain’s neural pathways are being formed..

    “Daycare center” parenting could be a cause.. dropping babies off too early in life suscepts a child to the probability of developing aberrant abnormal thought and behavior..

    Excessive attention-seeking is not a character flaw. It is a brain wiring response to early developmental trauma caused by neglect.[1]

    The more their needs are neglected during early development the more the child equates getting attention with survival and safety.[2]

    First, he will have to come to terms and realize his behavior is not normal.. although his “life path” and/or career is “non-essential” in the real world.. it does provide him “treatment” via a synthetic fake importance in order to keep his “wrong-wired” sanity in check.. or.. he will disintegrate into aberrant mental breakdowns and/or behavior as shown above..

    Even though science says the “hard wiring” of the brain cannot be changed.. it can be worked around with decent results.. it’s sort of like an addiction.. and like most addictions it’s a tough row to hoe.. the person will have to supplant the “drug” with something more therapeutic and rewarding.. like gardening.. or hunting.. or platform installations and demolitions.. or just saving the world..

    Despite modern psychology.. it can be done.. I know of an old offshore way to rewire some of that hard wiring.. that can turn somebody into believing and achieving things most people would think is impossible.. a fck’n diver..

    There are side effects though.. they will believe nothing is impossible.. even saving the world..

    I think they call that state of mind.. “American..”.

    1. Goenjian, A.K., et al., Prospective study of posttraumatic stress, anxiety, and depressive reactions after earthquake and political violence. Am J Psychiatry, 2000. 157(6): p. 911-6.

    2. Wolff, P.H., Organization of behavior in the first three months of life. Res Publ Assoc Res Nerv Ment Dis, 1973. 51: p. 132-53.

    Liked by 6 people

  8. Michael Fox says:

    “the miserable and pitiful harbingers of irrelevance”

    Classic, Sundance, classic! Yes, the baby IS ugly AND was born with its brain outside its skull.

    The nurse practitioner thought it was the placenta, snipped it, disposed it and the Cranium Never Notices channel said, “Son, we’ve got the perfect space for your empty mind.”


  9. Mark says:

    Fred Rogers (caricatured): Can you say “Wimpy?”
    Brian:I can say “wimpy, wompy, wambly; whatever the DNC wants me to say.


  10. Jan2 Pauliny-Toth says:

    “Brian”, the coming new polygender girls’ name in Libtardia.
    Oops, I used the “g” word…I ought to go and cry.


  11. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    As my ex used to say, these wusses are “all up in their feelings”. Like this is the worst thing that could ever happen to them. I often think of the generation that endured WWII. I don’t feel sorry for myself right now.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Super elite covfefe999 loves her President! says:

    The replies to Stelter’s pusstastic tweet are hilarious. This is the first one:

    Someone else told him “eat some meat, bro”. I do think Stelter has a bit of estrogen overload, not sure if he’s supplementing or it’s being produced in his fat.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. JohninMK says:

    That is the most heartfelt prose of yours that I have read Sundance. As a like minded Brit I understand totally your sentiments. My ancestors were there with yours. We face similar issues now albeit on a smaller scale and to, I hope, a lesser scale.

    Whatever happens the next few years are going to be tough, Millions out there have no idea of the near vertical learning curve that they are about to have to climb. Inner as well as outer strength that they don’t know they have will be found.

    The caring for others that is the bedrock of our Christian ethos will carry our nations forward, whatever the trials we face.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. namberak says:

    “Your professional existence has no merit.” Amen. Dan Bongino’s going to have a field day with this twerp on Monday…

    Liked by 1 person

  15. StanH says:

    Please excuse me but the man’s a wus!

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Hysteria on both sides, but due to the Insane Left brought to term by Obama/Soetoro (who taught Stelter how to cry..hack, cough).

    We real men don’t need no stinkin’ encomiums to do the work. Get a grip, guys. But the first point of order is, don’t wear a mask if you are social distancing.

    As the late great Lloyd Bridges would say***, “Looks like I picked the wrong day to give up smoking.” Because it was FUNNY (like all this angst is).

    ***In “Airplane!” (Note the exclamation point…poking fun at worthless hysteria)

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  17. DiogeneseVindicated says:

    Thank you Sundance for the reminder that we are the greatest nation on earth and that is no accident.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. webgirlpdx says:

    “Good grief man, cowboy-the-f*ck-up. You are not being tossed a pack of Lucky Strikes and told to storm the beaches of Normandy.”

    Bravo, Sundance. This is exactly what I think of these days and when I heard stuff like Stelter’s childish melt downs I’m disgusted beyond words.

    My 90 year old Mother is in lock down at her retirement community. While its really hard that I can’t get in to see her right now, for the past several weeks I’ve had lots of phone conversations with her and what she’s seen in her 10 decades on earth, She’s seen it all.

    Born during the Depression. Poverty, food lines. WW2 not knowing if her brother would survive as a tail gunner over Germany. Rations. Then the grit of that Greatest Generation building America. I’m always humbled at the opportunity they gave me.

    Yes, we talk a lot about what she’s seen in her lifetime and as she comforts me….”We will get through this together”… even at a distance now.

    I always think of those young men storming the beaches of Normandy. Especially now.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. SamlAdams says:

    Slightly different context—but “Graham’s Rules” apply to a lot of things in life
    1-Nobody is coming to save you
    2-Everything is YOUR responsibility
    3-Save who needs to be saved
    4-Kill who needs to be killed
    5-Always be working

    Liked by 2 people

  20. yojack454 says:

    @BrianStetler… dancing puppet

    Liked by 1 person

  21. Carter Burger says:

    and we wonder why CNN is a joke? Pansy assed liberals like this is why. Edward R Murrow would be so proud.


  22. DeWalt says:

    When Sundance writes like this he is at his Pinnacle. Yea, this is my America.

    Liked by 2 people

  23. Marty says:

    18 yr old marine in 1966 given bullets and a bunker not crayons and a safe room. Get a grip and open your eyes to reality

    Liked by 1 person

  24. itsy_bitsy says:

    Mommy, mommy I’m scared!!! Mama’s boy can’t suck it up and take it!


  25. Kate says:

    Brian, stay in bed and wallow in your tears, the real people will be doing our best to get back to work.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. cosmicbluehippo says:


    Babe Ruth is jealous.

    You just smacked it out of the park!

    Liked by 1 person

  27. Great piece, Sundance. I’d like to see what else you’ve written.


  28. William Ripskull says:

    Last night I cried in bed too… for journalism. I want the times back when journalist could be trusted to tell the truth and to leave their political biases at the door. For a time when they weren’t all Marxist activists willing to lie In any way, anytime, anywhere to push their political agenda.


  29. Retiredfool says:

    You never know how strong you are until being strong is the only choice you have. …unknown


  30. warbucks57 says:

    I’ve been a daily lurker for over 5 years; first time poster. Outstanding post from Sundance…explains exactly why I’m here. The fourth estate is no more. Full stop.

    Liked by 1 person

  31. G Michael says:

    This is the best, most deserved B* slap I have ever read. I am proud of you SD!


  32. Rob M. says:



  33. John Taylor says:

    We are officially a Nation of pu&&ies?


  34. Rhodiegirl says:

    They scrub these walls to stop my pen,
    but the Shithouse Scribbler strikes again.
    The erased words are all my heart.
    So on to twitter with my next brain fart.


  35. Inyalabudbud Punjabidaliwad says:

    Never heard of Sundance before, but was quoted on YouTube. It was so good I had to find more. He has a rapier tongue that I am envious of. He also writes like a real patriot. We have so few of them. I wish to read more of this Sundance, and hope he keeps it up:))


  36. jameswlee2014 says:

    From September of 1940 through May of 1941 the city of London was bombed day and night by the Germans. How would you like to shelter in place in a bomb shelter??? Pathetic little punk. I guarantee you this dude was ‘the little boy who always got picked last’.


  37. Terry N says:

    Amen brother patriot. I pray you are correct that ‘people’ [at least enough to successfully rebel at the ballot box] have finally awakened to the tyranny / evil / disaster that Progressivism has infected us with so far. It is time patriots acknowledge we are at war against that contagion, arm themselves with truth and knowledge, and enter the battle.
    The first essential cure is imposition of mandatory verifiable VoterID in ALL elections, and verifiable RealID drivers licenses in all states, to prevent the massive jackass and hyena DNC party sponsored fraudulent and ‘illegals’ voting expected in the 2020 elections.
    There are other needed cures as well, but without VoterID, nothing else will stem the contagion. Once we retake the legislature[s] with VoterID, we can build the wall, repel and expel the criminal alien invaders, remove and deny all govt welfare and benefits from them, etc. With VoterID, we should be able to regain control over the deep state bureaucracy, budget, debt and inflation. What a brave new world!


  38. Jocelyn Kemp says:

    Extremely well put, the opening paragraph says it all, something had to change the world and people’s thinking, perhaps this pandemic- possibly created in a biological weapons lab in Wuhan, possibly, (who knows-)might do that?
    The selfless acts, such as my niece from SLO, CA (trained ICU nurse)volunteering to work in NYC to help the overwhelmed medics in hospitals there are more the real people the world needs today.


  39. jay says:

    Just saw dough boy on Tucker Carlson.

    “We have nothing to compare this to” he said.

    Nothing to compare this to??? In your life? Or On this planet? How about in the history of mankind? Nothing?

    You find a shortage of toilet paper and hundreds succumbing to death NOVEL?
    Like, never has this happened, ever? seriously?

    How about Ukraines starving by the millions? Or Cambodians being slaughtered and starved? Or the Venezuelans eating garbage to survive. Really, this is happening in Venezuela now and he calls himself a Journalist?

    He is nothing. He is irrelevant. He would not survive a single day under the tyranny he professes we should all live under. Go ahead and keep voting for the RATS fat boy. Don’t think you’ll be among the elites in power. Those boys don’t cry. Oh and remember. Cannibalism was practiced in Ukraine during Stalin’s massacre. You’ll make a nice meal for a large family one day.


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