The Enslaved Press is a lot like the Grinch

The Morning Consult released a poll yesterday that pretty much confirmed that the Enslaved Press’ powers of persuasion have all but evaporated.

Sorry, guys. Nobody is buying what you’re selling anymore.

Seventy-one percent of Americans do not believe Russia is responsible for the hacks of the DNC and John Podesta’s emails.

I read that last night at Zero Hedge, and I have to admit, I laughed so hard I caused my pain level to skyrocket.

Laughing should never cause pain. But I didn’t care. It was the funniest damn thing I read all day.

It got me thinking.

The way the Enslaved Press hammered that story about Putin all in an effort to dispirit us reminded me a bit of the Grinch.

I used to love watching “How the Grinch Stole Christmas” when I was a kid. My Mom even called me Cindy Lou Who.

Any old how.

Think about it.

The Grinch took away their presents, lights, decorations, even the roast beast – all to destroy their Christmas spirit. The lengths he went to dispirit the people in Whoville.

And he failed.

Despite everything the Grinch does, those folks down in Whoville – the tall and the small – still gathered together on Christmas morning to sing. As if all of his efforts to ruin their Christmas meant nothing.

Like the Grinch, the Enslaved Press tried to take away our excitement, enthusiasm, and our very victory by doing everything they could to dirty it, slander it, and render it invalid.

And they failed.

After all they threw at us, only 29% of Americans bought what they were selling.

I’m telling you, the amount of Schadenfreude coming at us over the last six weeks has been the best damn Christmas present I could hope for.


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One thought on “The Enslaved Press is a lot like the Grinch

  • December 22, 2016 at 9:04 am

    Six weeks ago I had no reason for optimism.The specter of a screeching harpy grinning from ear to elephantine ear,in all her smug arrogance ascending to the throne she considered was her birthright,enduring four mortal years of pain.I believe that there was Divine Intervention involved in lifting the heavy burden we have born.We cannot,will not be dispirited as long as we have hope.

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