The election rhetoric of 2020 has recently featured a Democratic Party attack upon President Trump claiming that he is responsible for most or all of the 200,000 American deaths due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This attack has, of course, been parroted in screeching fashion by the propagandist division of the DP, the Leftmedia. It is … Continue reading Why Trump Can’t be Blamed for Any Deaths from COVID-19
In 1988, a reviewer for the Washington Post wrote the following as part of a review of a re-release of the film “The Manchurian Candidate.” John Frankenheimer's "The Manchurian Candidate" was a bold venture in 1962, with its flashy technique and political themes. Now re-released after a 15-year absence, its mobile camera and fluid editing still dazzle. And its story of Cold War intrigue, murky East-West dealings, assassination, brainwashing -- and the idea of a glorified cue-card reader playing president -- resonates today like never before." A little more than 22 years later, I would wholeheartedly agree with this reviewer, and the resonance he mentions applies perfectly to our modern-day Manchurian Candidate, former Vice President Joe Biden.