Friday, September 17, 2010

"Anti-establishment" candidate gets heavy coverage in MSM

Speaking to an adoring crowd at the Values Voters Summit in Washington on Friday, Delaware Senate candidate Christine O’Donnell cast herself as an enemy of the “ruling class” and took aim at the “anti-Americanism” that she said taints the establishment.
O’Donnell, who began her speech with a indictment of the Obama administration -- a reoccurring theme at the event, organized by the conservative Family Research Council --

I've included an image taken from Google News today at about 3:00 pm PST. Note that at the bottom, it says "all 6,307 articles." If O'Donnell were an actual threat to the oligarchy, she would get very little coverage, and you'd have to go out of your way to find it.

If only O'Donnell realized that her "religion" was created by the worst elements of the Establishment which she believes she's against, to get us to go along with the destruction of civilization in the guise of "prophecy fulfillment." But then, maybe she knows it, and she's just putting on an act. In any case, if she gets into office, she'll do what every other candidate served up by the major media, such as Obama and the "anti-Establishment" Scott Brown, would do.

On the other hand, try to find any major media coverage of LaRouche Democrat Rachel Brown's campaign. CBS Evening News went out of its way to pointedly NOT mention her, even though she ran against the mighty Bawney Fwank, "the most intelligent member of Congress" (and that's a shame).