Yesterday I told you that White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer played the White House press corps by telling the truth. But the press corps and many Americans have a psychosis that literally replaces some words with other words. It’s not dyslexia. It’s far worse because it’s selective.
In this case, Spicer said “witness” but journalists everywhere repeated, “attend.” I wrote about it here.
Well, today, Spicer explained the situation to a psychotic journalist almost the same way I did. Listen closely to this exchange:
Note: Starts at 25:30 mark.
Any reasonable person now realizes that journalists are psychotic. Even though they wrote down that Spicer said “witness,” their minds operated as if he’d said, “attend.”
When your brain automatically alters perceptions, there’s something wrong with you.
Reporters have this psychosis. Journalists. They have very bad ADHD it seems. They can’t pay attention. Like kids with ADHD. Chuck Todd and everybody at Business Insider should probably take Ritalin or something.
Reporters are also narcissists. No one goes into journalism unless they have a pathologically inflated ego. No one.
So I’m going to walk you through the proof, slowly, so even our narcissistic, hyperactive, attention-deficit-disordered journalists can understand that Sean Spicer played with them like a cat pawing a dying moth.
The press is making much ballyhoo over Sean Spicer’s first press statement Saturday. Even the crooked liars at PolitiFact have gotten into the fray. But the press and PolitiFact are “verifying” the facts of something Spicer didn’t say. In other words, because of their maniacal hatred of Donald Trump and his voters, the narcissists in the press are verifying a “fact” that doesn’t exist.
First, let’s look at what the press heard Spicer say, then we’ll see what Spicer actually said.
The idiots in the press heard Spicer say “This was the largest audience to ever to attend an inauguration — PERIOD.”
To refute what their brains invented, the press posted about 7 terabytes of photos comparing the Washington Mall on January 20, 2009, to the same Mall on January 20, 2017. In their self-deception, they say “Hah! Spicer’s WRONG!” Then they go off to congratulate themselves.
Had Spicer said what the press heard, the press would be right. But journalist’s brains don’t register what’s said, even when the journalists write the words themselves.
Here’s what Spicer actually said: “This was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration — PERIOD.”
Over 30 million people witnessed the inauguration of Donald J. Trump–the second-most in history. But many millions more live streamed this inauguration, like me, meaning far more people watch Trump’s inauguration than any other past President. CNN.com registered 16 million live stream viewers alone. Here’s what Entertainment Weekly said:
And actually, Trump could have been seen by more viewers than either Obama or Reagan. Nielsen ratings do not account for online viewing, which has grown sharply in recent years and is far more commonplace than even four years ago. CNN.com, for example, clocked 16.9 million live streams, tying with its Election Day coverage for the site’s top event (live stream tallies are typically not apples-to-apples with Nielsen’s strict methodology of counting average viewers, but are still additive). Plus, portals like YouTube, Facebook and Twitter offered live streams as well.
What Spicer actually said was accurate. But accuracy was never important to a journalist.
Journalists’ brains don’t work right. They’re not right in the head, as Carl Childers might say. Even when they’re staring at Spicer’s actual words, their brains substitute “attended” for “witness.” And even when I point this out to them, they are psychologically incapable of processing the actual words. Even Chris Wallace’s brain said “attend” while his eyes were reading “witness.” That’s how powerful this journalistic psychosis is. Here’s what Wallace read today on Fox News Sunday (transcript):
And then through Spicer he [Trump] said that this was the biggest audience ever to *attend* an inauguration. That’s also not true.
See how pervasive this psychosis is? Chris Wallace’s eyes saw the word “witness,” but his mind read “attend.” The two words don’t even look like each other. Dyslexia can’t account for such a word scramble. Only psychosis explains it. Only psychosis.
In the meantime, the hags who marched on Washington yesterday got kicked below the fold because the moronic press obsessed over a word substitution in their disordered brains.
I’m trying to figure out why the Post Dispatch and every TV news channel except KMOV channel 4 covered up the attack.
OccupySTL is the local version of the number one news story in the country. Search for Occupy stories on stltoday.com returns more than 3,000 entries. Yet the only mention of the sexual assault in St. Louis came from a citizen posting on a forum.
I realize that the failing business model of daily papers has resulted in fewer reporters to cover the news. But this goes beyond page space and time limits. A sexual assault at OccupySTL is news–much harder than 90 percent of the stories that have appeared in the Post since the incident occured.
The various Occupy encampments across the country have produced more lice, TB, suicide, STDs, and murder than positive social change. A responsible news agency reports news associated with dangerous activities.
All of this raises another disturbing question: who many other OccupySTL crimes do the reporters know about?
P.S. Kudos to KMOV News 4, the only newsroom in St. Louis with the guts to report bad stuff about the illegal occupation of Kiener Plaza.
Please watch KPLR Channel 11 at 7:00 pm this Saturday, October 1. If you can’t watch, DVR it and watch later.
See, I’ll be on. I’m the guest on a brand new news program hosted by Shirley Washington. Panelists include Charles Jaco and Betsey Bruce. (It could be lively!)
The format sounds great: a 15-minute regular news section followed by a 45-minute examination of one topic. So don’t stop watching if it’s straight news at the top of the hour. Pop some popcorn, crack open a Bud Select, and relax.
Thanks to your work, the topic of the very first episode is the Tea Party Movement.
Since we couldn’t get all 7,000+ people registered in our database into the studio, they asked me to be your humble representative. I hope I don’t let you down.
Enabling Event: When a seriously deranged young man opened fire on a crowd of people surrounding Rep. Gabrielle Giffords in Tucson on Saturday, George Soros’ s propaganda machine went to work.
Round One: A series of blog posts and tweets shot across the internet. The messages were scripted to create a false story: the shooter was a tea partier and Army veteran doing what all conservative do.
Round Two: The complicit press jumped in with “news” stories about Republican ads showing bulls eyes and crosshairs and containing “dangerous” words like “target.” The media applied no filters or logic to the progressive script, presenting the Words Kill meme as fact.
Round Three: Leftist politicians like Dick Durbin (D-IL) hit Sunday talk shows to read their scripts. Mimicking the press, these pols state unequivocally that tea partiers and their “harsh rhetoric” killed six people in Tucson.
Round Four: Progressive members of Congress introduce legislation (prepared in advance for quick filing) to sharply limit First and Second Amendment rights.
But something happened.
This time, Conservative America didn’t lay down and let the left walk all over it. This time, we didn’t have to rely on Republicans to show spine in the face of vicious lies. This time, the Tea Party movement—established February 27, 2009—was ready. This time, we were prepared to represent ourselves against the forces of darkness.
Thousands of conservative bloggers, researchers, tweeters, and pundits gave up their weekend to examine the charges and respond. Quickly we recognized patterns. It was obvious that the leftist assault was coordinated and planned. Markos Moulitsas and Eric Boehlert and Keith Olbermann and Bill Maher did not write their evil little libels on the fly; they merely selected “Option 984.b” from their play books and assigned “Tucson” to the variable when prompted, it seemed.
Once Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik launched his over-the-top tirade, we realized that the left was committed to all out war.
Saturday evening, Sunday, and Monday we posted our findings and our opinions. Those with larger megaphones spoke for the millions of wrongfully accused Americans.
By Monday night, the left began wobble.
Liberal comedian Jon Stewart announced that he doesn’t buy the left’s story that Jarod Lee Loughner is a product of conservative politics.
On Tuesday, more liberals began to back away from the abyss into which so many of their fellows had willingly marched.
The blame for this heinous act lies squarely with the voices in Jared Lee Loughner’s head, not the ones pontificating over talk radio. And repugnant as I find Sarah and her cosmic boyfriend, they are not responsible for the violent actions of a single crazy person.
“This is a deranged young man. This is a Timothy McVeigh… We don’t know what his motives are and we can hope that all the vitriol calms down. But to blame Sarah Palin as some are doing I think is very unfair to her,” Walters added.
But it should also be noted that what we have learned so far about Loughner defies ideological branding. Based on his MySpace page and series of YouTube videos he apparently made, Loughner is fixated on his area’s literacy rate, government “mind control methods,” and … something having to do with America’s currency. A high school classmate describes him as “left-wing.” He also is apparently fond of “Mein Kampf” and Karl Marx and may be somehow connected to a fringe anti-immigration group. And he despised Giffords. Make what you will of all of that. My hunch is that Lougnher is just basically crazy, and that his political thinking isn’t particularly coherent or organized.
And in the aftermath of the Tucson shooting, the media’s worst tendencies were on display, from the onset of the crisis when several outlets inaccurately reported that Giffords had died, to the immediate, unwarranted assumption that the killer was associated with the tea party.
These might be acts of conscience. Or is it self-preservation?
The Hill reports (via Gateway Pundit) that only 32 percent blame “rhetoric” for the Tucson shooting. It’s sad that 32 percent of the people either manufacture or swallow whole vicious lies about decent people. But the poll could spell big trouble for the left.
Saturdays’ shootings and murders were horrific. They require mourning and grief. Many of us suspended or suppressed those feelings because of lies perpetrated by the most prominent names in leftist politics: Kos, Boehlert, Olbermann, Matthews, Clinton, Durbin, Fonda, and more.
The left, particularly the press, exploited a tragedy and toyed with raw human emotions in order to slander their political opponents. When that fact sinks in, the American people, including many liberals, will be furious.