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What should happen to Jussie Smollett as a result of his crimes?   The Serious You: How Current Events Affect You

Started 12/6/21 by Showtalk; 33942 views.
WALTER784
Staff

From: WALTER784 

Apr-12

The planned narrative before and right after the incident was "blame whites", "racist", "innocent black man"... that worked for the liberal news media (all of them), Democrat politicians and celebrities... all working in a concerted single tone... if you go back and listen to all of the MSM videos at the time... they were all using the EXACT same wording in their news... just like their talking points were handed out to them.

It all worked until evidence turned up showing he planned it himself. This just goes to show that Hollywood stars are in cahoots with MSM and our Democrats to create these false narratives.

And now that he is convicted... they've lost their narrative, many have deleted their past tweets and are embarrassed, but they won't admit it so they just sit quietly hoping things will blow over.

The same thing happened with Trump Russia hoax, Kauvanaugh, Sandmann, Rittenhouse, Trump Quid Pro Quo, Jan 6 and probably many others. After Trump was innocent, Kauvanaugh was appointed, Sandmann innocent, Rittenhouse innocent, Trump No Quid Pro Quo, and now Smollett... 2020 elections and Jan 6 will probably be another silent from the left moment in the future!

Their narrative always works to harass and attempt to frame innocent people for a while... but then it fails, but they're already done what they wanted to do... trash who ever it was they were after.

And it should be made illegal.

FWIW

 

Showtalk
Host

From: Showtalk 

Apr-13

They stop taking about it as a group. Then say the news has moved on.

WALTER784
Staff

From: WALTER784 

Apr-13

Showtalk said...

They stop taking about it as a group.

Yep... as I said above >>>liberal news media (all of them), Democrat politicians and celebrities... all working in a concerted single tone<<<

So think about that...

Do you think the Hollywood celebrities control the Democrat's agenda?

Do you think the Hollywood celebrities control the liberal news media?

Do you think the liberal news media control the Democrat's agenda?

Do you think the liberal news media control the Hollywood celebrities?

Do you think the Democrats control the liberal news media?

Do you think the Democrats control the Hollywood celebrities?

Answers to the above will tell you who controls which group(s).

And they ALL do it in lock-step in a concerted effort simultaneous like clock work. 

They work on the basis that if you tell a lie enough times, people will believe it.

So they throw that same lie out to all the liberal news media... each of whom repeatedly reports the exact same talking points "word for word" on all channels.

And the celebrities also come out with the exact same narrative and "word for word" repeat of the same talking points as well.

It's the Democrats who control the narrative and when they say "hush"... well nobody talks about it any more and claim it's no longer news.

Showtalk said...

Then say the news has moved on.

When in fact it is still news... the news hasn't moved on they just refuse to talk about it which just makes their claim that the news has moved on yet another lie.

FWIW

Showtalk
Host

From: Showtalk 

Apr-14

They are all connected.

Showtalk said:

They aren’t all on drugs but there is a dark not so secret side to the industry that is harmful

That's what Elton John was probably referring to in the lyrics to "Candle In the Wind"

It seems that just about every other day a celebrity would OD on something, or even commit suicide or have some awful meltdown, or just expire from a lifetime of "Dr. Feelgood" like what happened to Elvis Presley and later Michael Jackson who followed in his footsteps.

Then there's the personal relationships, often with kids involved, that are like a Jerry Springer episode just with less trailer park and more luxury mansion, but still the kind of thing you'd expect to see in a trailer park in Appalachia. Same kinds of stuff, just with more digits to the left of the decimal place as to the size of the incomes and lifestyles.

Showtalk said:

He’s now released a rap song about his innocence and denies that he is a felon. How crazy is he going to get? Does anyone still support him?

He sounds kind of "5150" level of delusional.

Showtalk
Host

From: Showtalk 

May-13

Yes, a huge amount of drug use. They have money and access.

WALTER784
Staff

From: WALTER784 

May-13

$1,661.87 in cats (ROCKETMAN_S) said...

It seems that just about every other day a celebrity would OD on something, or even commit suicide or have some awful meltdown, or just expire from a lifetime of "Dr. Feelgood" like what happened to Elvis Presley and later Michael Jackson who followed in his footsteps.

Whitney Houston was another...

FWIW

I remember seeing a short little PSA on television about 40 years ago that showed a huge mirror lying on a table in a dressing room. The word "Hollywood" was being spelled out in lines of cocaine.

Someone, seen from the back so the face wasn't visible, then rolled up a $100 bill and used it to snort it.

Showtalk
Host

From: Showtalk 

May-18

They may be successful but they aren’t smart.  That stuff destroys and kills.

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