Draining The Swamp – Part VIII – Accusations Continue To Fly
Accusations of sexual misconduct in Hollywood and the media continue to surface, with contracts, or employment being terminated in some instances.
Brett Ratner, a name director and the powerful co-founder and CEO of RatPac Entertainment — one of the companies behind the already-embattled Justice League — stands accused by six women of allegations that range from sexual harassment to flat-out assault. Through his attorney, Ratner denies every allegation.
National Public Radio (NPR) has not escaped from the barrage of accusations, as Breitbart reports:
Michael Oreskes, a big shot for decades within the left-wing media elite, has been placed on indefinite leave by NPR over allegations of sexual misconduct. This makes him the fifth member of the elite media to face such accusation in a little under a month.
John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, is proclaiming he is a “victim”, as the result of the Podesta Group’s involvement with the recent Mueller indictments, where the Podesta Group is said to be Company B mentioned in the indictment of Paul Manafort. Tony Podesta, John’s brother and partner in the Podesta Group, resigned from his position there.
John Podesta, Hillary Clinton’s former campaign manager, complained that he was the “victim” of a smear campaign conducted by President Donald Trump.
Poor John, he is usually the instigator of attacks on others, not the recipient. For him to claim victimhood is ludicrous. But he knows Saul Alinsky’s tactics, and is trying to deflect criticism away from he and his brother. When under attack, go on the attack as a defense. It makes no difference to adherents of Saul Alinsky if your attack contains even the smallest grain of truth. Attack, discredit, lie, do anything to put your opponent on the defensive.
Here is some more good news. Just as ESPN is losing huge numbers of subscribers, so are cable TV providers seeing large numbers of “cord-cutters”.
The only way patriotic Americans can forever destroy the likes of CNN, MSNBC, ESPN, and a whole herd of left-wing entertainment corporations is to cut the cord, meaning cancel your cable or satellite package. Thankfully, that message appears to be gaining steam; last quarter, a whopping one million patriots cut the cable cord.
As BGR reports, “Cord-cutting, or at least the speed at which people are ditching pay TV, is on track to be the biggest upset of the year.”
The reason all of this wonderful news is an “upset” is because for the longest time, some of these multinational entertainment companies were out there claiming that cord-cutting had peaked; the worst was behind them.
Daily, it seems, we are seeing the swamp being drained. Swamp creatures want you docile and compliant, but we individuals are not interested in their crap, and are speaking up, and changing how we spend our money. Starve the Beast!!!!!