12 Steps are the well-known ways that Alcoholics Anonymous helps guide people out of their dependence on alcohol, and into a more actuated and self aware and just all around better human being. It teaches people to stop running from who they are and how they feel, and to become a person that they can be more proud of.
Another pillar of the black community (meaning insane drug abuser with a violent rap sheet) violently resists arrest, and dies of health problems (heart condition) combined with a drug overdose, and BLM uses an edited video and a false narrative to convince the gullible and violent to believe George Floyd was killed for being black, instead of dying of an overdose. And then the left does what they do: make excuses to loot, riot, vandalize, and divide us.
Gavin Newsom’s $3.7 million, 12,000 square foot mansion, a modest 6 bedroom/10 bath home on 8+ acres, with guest house, a pool, a tennis court, and a wine cave, all along the American River in Sacramento, was the area’s most expensive home sale in 2018 -- was gifted the home free and clear (via a shell LLC), didn't declare it on his taxes, then got a $2.7 million tax-free sweetheart loan via a cash-out refinance. This is on top of him being cited in 2003 for failing to disclose $11 million in real estate and business loans.
MSNBC producer (Ariana Pekary) resigns from network with scathing letter: They block 'diversity of thought' and 'amplify fringe voices'... it goes on to detail that everything the right has complained about with that outlet (and others), is true... if not understating the issue.
Brian Williams (MSNBC) and Mara Gay (New York Times Editorial Board Member) were discussing Bloomberg’s failed presidential campaign and the $500M ad spend, and were agreeing with a shocking twitter post that they could have $1M to each and every one of the 327M Americans and had money left over. It's actually $1.53 per person, not $1M -- and anyone with a triple digit IQ should have known something didn't add up. But that's the best and brightest on MSNBC and NYT.
The problem isn't just that the Atlantic posts divisive FakeNews that undermines our social cohesiveness, it's that when caught in it, they don't correct it and fire everyone involved. The Atlantic fires some of the best journalists if they happen to have once written a pro-life opinion piece... but someone caught red-handed writing pieces of unverifiable fiction that claims the police murder innocents with impunity, like this article by Derecka Purnell? And the Atlantic refuses to respond to evidence showing how negligent they were in fact checking, and how dishonest this article's premise is, because that's what The Atlantic has become.
The last moderate journalists left at the NYT (Bari Weiss), quit with an open letter explaining it was because of continual harassment by her far-left consensus demanding colleagues, and the policies supporting that bias at the dying rag of post-journalism. She committed thoughtcrime against liberal orthodoxy, by remaining open to facts that didn't fit the far left narrative.
Isaih Martin (BLM activist) claimed in a viral tweet that racist messages were left on his car. Video shows he placed them there himself. He is now refusing to cooperate w/police, Texas A&M and the cops are not pressing charges or punishing the bad behavior. When the demand for racism exceeds the supply, left wing activists will fill in the gaps themselves. Which proves their imagination of the problem exceeds the reality of it, or they wouldn't have to fake it.
This is a book and documentary where Joel Gilbert (investigative journalist) goes over the well documented parts of the Trayvon Martin fraud - where he was a drug dealing thug that ambushed a latino guy, and was beating the shit out of him when he was shot in self defense and not some innocent tween shot for wearing a hoodie. But it adds in his own research where he details that Rachel Jeantel was not Trayvon's real girlfriend (Diamond Eugene), and the prosecutors were either incompetent or perpetrated the fraud out of malice. A fascinating watch.
There was a FakeNews scandal where ABC, NBC, MSNBC, CNN, NPR and all the usual far-left sources were gleefully reporting that Trump's rally attendance was low because kids organized a campaign via TikTok to RSVP and take all the tickets. It was FakeNews because it was false. RSVP was unnecessary and it was first-come, first-serve like all the other rally's, so their campaign did nothing to take other people's spots by not showing up. Any place with journalists (fact checkers) would have known that. The reason attendance was lower than some predicted (still higher than anything Joe Biden could muster) was foul weather, news hype about COVID likely scared off some, expected violence from the mainstream left (BLM, and other Democrat activsts). There were agitators harassing people at the gates and preventing attendance. But the media misreported all of that, and was celebrating cheating, lying and bullying as a way of disrupting their political opponents -- showing that they're not journalists, but left wing propagandists.
Collusion is cooperation or conspiracy in order to cheat or deceive others (usually done secret or illegal ways). In modern parlance, it's most often used to work with foreign or anti-American agents, agencies, or nations to undermine elections or American interest. Here I list a few examples.