It’s not just seen by conservatives: Liberals let the cat out of the bag


Liberal reporter notes the biggest ally of “White Supremacy” … and it isn’t Trump

Townhall reveals how Michael Tracey has upset the cart for other liberal journalists by explaining the full “White Supremacy” narrative.

Love him or hate him, Michael Tracey offers commentary that neither side is truly going to like, but it’s necessary, nonetheless. Progressives hate him because he shatters their fragile narratives about racism, Black Lives Matter, Russian collusion, and the overall Trump derangement that has engulfed the Democratic Party and the liberal media establishment. He’s not a conservative, so there you have it regarding what he says about the GOP. Still, to get an honest take from the other side, he’s worth a follow.

As of now, he seems to be angering the Left more with his pervasive attacks against the insanity that has engulfed his side of the aisle for almost four years. During the debate on Tuesday, he ripped the media for recycling the white supremacist nonsense again. First, he noted that he’s been on the ground to areas heavily impacted by leftist riots. There were no white supremacists.

“As someone who spent two months covering the aftermath of the most widespread riots in at least 50 years, this never-ending fixation with illusory organized ‘white supremacist’ groups couldn’t be more absurd. It’s 99% a media invention totally disconnected from reality,” he wrote.









That’s sure to trigger the liberal media, but Tracey added, “’Proud Boys’ and similar groups would be marginal non-entities if the media didn’t chronically exaggerate their influence to advance a fictitious narrative.”

Well, of course, you can imagine the reactions to this from the lefties. Tracey has been one of main targets inside the ship for the legions of the ‘woke.’ Yet, how long have we heard about white supremacist terrorism and how it’s somehow an existential threat? Besides those who actively seek them out for interviews, I have yet to actually see a Proud Boy, a Nazi, or a Klan member. It’s the same thing the QAnon nonsense. These people don’t number in the millions. It is over-blown. And one of the worst pivots the liberal media has made in the past ten years on this stuff is trying to say that white supremacist terrorism is more deadly or troublesome than that from radical Islamic terror groups. The KKK is a bigger threat than ISIS or al-Qaeda? Yeah, sure, Jan.

Yet, his latest thread is sure to bring the left-wing clowns into full froth, where Tracey highlights the real allies of white supremacy: the liberal media [emphasis mine]:

The biggest ally of the small number of ‘white supremacists’ who actually do exist is the hysterical profit-driven corporate media — as well as activist dupes who march in lockstep — which constantly pumps up these non-entities for clicks, ratings and cheap anti-Trump theatrics.”

(Read more at Townhall)

In addition to this revelation, I also ran across a statement from the Proud Boys that said they had won a suit against the bigoted Southern Poverty Law Center for calling them racist

It seems that the Proud Boys have not only won a suit against the SPLC, they have announced a suit against Joe Biden for calling them racist.

Mr. Biden, the best way to eliminate racism is to stop being racist. Considering your association with the Exalted Cyclops and Grand Dragon, you might want to come clean.


It’s not just conservatives who see through Biden’s shameless, vapid ad campaign directed at Christian voters

Townhall discusses one reaction to the Biden advertisements targeted at Christians.

Joe Biden’s campaign team has lifted the curtain on their latest campaign ad target: Christians. The team will air several ads featuring the Democratic presidential candidate engaged in various church-related activities and present him as a man of faith.

The ads will air in several key battleground states where the former vice president has struggled to resonate with religious voters. Biden has consistently deflected criticism of his inability to impress Christian voters by reminding them that he grew up Catholic and at one point attended mass regularly.

The ads will air in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Maine, Nebraska, Nevada, Michigan, Minnesota, New Hampshire, North Carolina, and Ohio, all places where the margin between Biden and President Trump has consistently shrunken in recent weeks.

According to the Washington Post, one of the ads, titled “Morning,” features Biden leaning on his faith to move forward after experiencing personal tragedy. Biden, who lost his first wife and infant daughter to a car accident and his adult son Beau to brain cancer, has never been hesitant to discuss his personal tragedies on the campaign trail.

Supporters featured in his ads, another of which is called “Principles,” prop up Biden by saying he is a man led by faith and that he has been seen multiple times attending mass. However, Biden’s inability to appeal to Christian voters is not rooted in his mass attendance; it’s specifically related to his and his party’s support of unlimited abortion.

Although Biden was once part of the Democratic Party that supported abortions only if they were “safe, legal, and rare,” has rejected any pro-life sentiment in recent years and has largely bled built-in support from Catholic Americans who are by-and-large against abortion.

(Read more at Townhall)

If you are a Christian, it will be evident by your works

Although works are not a precondition for being saved, works will be part of the saved person’s life. That is, you do not have to work your way into heaven as shown to us in these verses:

For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, so that no one may boast. (Ephesians 2:8-9 NASB)

For we maintain that a man is justified by faith apart from works of the Law.

However, once you are saved, you will want to show proof of that salvation. Furthermore, if there really is a saving faith in you, it will have to come out in the following characteristics of saving faith.

  1. Faith is not indifferent, but involved – This comes out in James 2: 14-16.

    What use is it, my brethren, if someone says he has faith but he has no works? Can [n]that faith save him? If a brother or sister is without clothing and in need of daily food, and one of you says to them, “Go in peace, be warmed and be filled,” and yet you do not give them what is necessary for their body, what use is that? (James 2: 14-16 NASB)

  2. Faith is not independent, but in a partnership – Faith and works go together. Authentic faith always has some results. By “dead,” James means “useless and impotent.” James means it is a phony faith.

    Even so faith, if it has no works, is dead, being by itself. (James 2: 17 NASB)

  3. Faith is not invisible, but on display – The word “show” means “to bring to light, to display, or to exhibit.” We delude ourselves if we think it doesn’t matte whether we show our faith or not. James whole point is that if we don’t show it, we don’t have it.

    But someone may well say, “You have faith and I have works; show me your faith without the works, and I will show you my faith by my works.” (James 2:18 NASB)

  4. Faith is not merely intellectual, but from the heart – James mocks those religious intellectuals who love to debate, but have no intention of committing themselves to Jesus.

    You believe that God is one. You do well; the demons also believe, and shudder. But are you willing to recognize, you foolish fellow, that faith without works is useless? (James 2:19-20 NASB)

Specifically, Joe Biden should not just say he is faithful, but prove it

First, because I already have enough information to make an informed decision on matters concerning Joe Biden, the spiritual wellbeing of Joe Biden might be a prayerful concern to me (but it does not change my own situation). To put it more bluntly, talking about the foul-ups of Joe Biden can amount to gossip on my part since:

Jesus said to him, “If I want him to remain until I come, what is that to you? You follow Me!” (John 21:22 NASB)

So, now that I have completed at least a first round of hair-splitting regarding the borderlands between making good judgements (Matthew 10:16) that involve people and being judgmental to those people (Matthew 7:1-3), we can look at the things wrong with Biden claiming to be a faithful Catholic.

Primarily, we must consider that Joe Biden confirmed “I am the Democratic Party now”. Therefore, he has control over their late-term abortion policy, the defund the police movement, and the edging of Christian charities out of the healthcare arena (as they tried several times with the Little Sisters).

If Biden is a true Christian and Catholic, let him make substantive changes to the Democrat abortion, justice, and healthcare policies. Otherwise, he can save his advertising dollars for dementia care.

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