Orwellian ‘Fake News’ claims on D.C. sex-trafficking story exposes true liars and deceivers


“PizzaGate” is now being picked up by major media outlets. There is no denying it now that The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg, and Fox News affiliates in the nation’s capital have filed reports. That is the good news. The bad news is that they are liars and deceivers of the highest magnitude.

For those who are new to the story surrounding Comet Ping Pong, WikiLeaks, Washington’s 49th “Most Powerful” man and the Podesta brothers, here is the quick run-down:

  • WikiLeaks revealed roughly 50,000 stolen emails belonging to Hillary Clinton’s campaign chairman John Podesta. Some of those emails revealed that he had very bizarre friends and often seemed to really, really, really like “pizza.”
  • Individuals on Reddit, 4chan, YouTube, and other websites started looking into John and Tony Podesta’s connections (Tony is one of the biggest lobbyists in D.C. and has an art collection that features nude teenagers). One of those indiviuals was No. 49 on the GQ’s “Most Powerful” individuals, James Alefantis.
  • Mr. Alefantis (former boyfriend of Correct the Record’s David Brock) owns Comet Ping Pong in Washington, D.C. The establishment next to his business is another pizza place called Besta Pizza, which until the past few weeks had a pizza logo that was a dead-ringer for a symbol that law-enforcement agencies warn is favored by pedophiles. The guy who owns Besta Pizza worked under Bill Clinton in the Department of Justice investigating human trafficking, sex crimes, etc.
  • Mr. Alefantis’ Comet Pizza Instagram account and the accounts of his employees featured highly troubling images for a “kid-friendly” and “family friendly” establishment. (That is how the company bills itself. That is not my opinion.)
  • Comet Ping Pong features entertainers who are weirdly obsessed with sex. It has commissioned promotional work to a woman whose portfolio includes blatant imagery of sex abuse of children.
  • Those investigating this on the internet say this is clear evidence that warrants an investigation. They have been accused of creating “Fake News” by every major media outlet that has covered the story.

Read the following articles and then ask yourself why all of them either completely avoided linking to publicly available images, or weirdly tried to make it sound like this was all a partisan thing started by Donald Trump fans.


This is not about Donald Trump. This is about innocent children. This is about teenagers who are lured into an establishment with grown men who make it crystal clear what kind of “pizza” is on the menu.




Honest reporters do not shout “Fake! Fake! Fake! Fake! Fake!” That is not how it’s done.

James Alefantis and his employees do not get to post sexually explicit material all over the internet and then play the victim when people start talking about it, sharing the images, and wondering what the heck goes on at these late-night events featuring “Sex Stains.”


Americans who are revolted by YouTube videos of Comet Ping Pong performers making comments about pedophilia (i.e., “We all have … preferences.”) are not “fevered.” Their outrage is healthy because normal people don’t take little kids to that kind of “performance.”




What is going on between the media and those who are taking down publicly available material is insidious. This needs to be clearly explained so there is no mistaking what is happening.

  • There is a systematic effort to cast anyone who is upset about this as a weirdo or a “conspiracy theorist.”
  • By making it impossible or near-impossible to actually find the evidence, the media shrinks the pool of people who know the truth. When that happens, righteous anger sounds like the ranting and raving of lunatics.
  • When the rest of the population cannot see the evidence, they are inclined to believe the media because to do otherwise would require confronting evil.
  • The practical effect of all this is that anyone with integrity within the media is discouraged from doing the right thing because they do not want to lose their jobs, be seen as kooks, audited by the IRS, confronted by corrupt law enforcement officials, or wind up dead.


You are being manipulated, and the manipulation is not being done by your fellow Americans on Reddit. It is being done by powerful people in the nation’s capital and their friends in places like The New York Times, The Washington Post, Bloomberg News, and Fortune magazine.

The mainstream media is corrupt.

Do not take anything they tell you at face value.

“Fact Checkers” are partisan hacks and “Fake News” is a euphemism for “Opinions or Facts We In The Mainstream Media Do Not Like or Want to Cover.

If you do not realize and accept this, then you will continue to live in a world where “kid-friendly” pizza places can promote “Shut up N F*ck Men” without repercussions. That is not just unacceptable — it is evil.

Exit Question: Would you bring your child to a “Sex Stains” show? The reporters at The New York Times and The Washington Times apparently would, since this is all one big “Fake News” story.

Melissa Harris-Perry: Be ‘super careful’ when calling someone ‘hard worker’ because of slavery

Melissa Harris Perry MSNBC

I recently told a co-worker of mine that I never watch cable news outside of the office because the vast majority of on-air personalities care more about hearing their voices bounce around an ideological echo chamber than giving viewers honest intellectual discourse. It is much healthier to be alone with your own thoughts on a morning walk than to fill your head with partisan super-balls thrown out on cable news. Exhibit A: Melissa Harris-Perry’s bizarre lecture on race Monday night, which she somehow spun out of a guest calling Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan a “hard worker.”

The Washington Free Beacon reported Monday:

ALFONSO AGUILAR: But let’s be fair. If there’s somebody who is a hard worker when he goes to Washington, it’s Paul Ryan. Not only works with the Republicans but Democrats. You know very well that I work on [the] immigration issue, trying to get Republicans to support immigration reform. Paul Ryan is somebody who has supported immigration reform, has worked with somebody like Luis Gutierrez. Luis Gutierrez is very respectful, speaks highly of Paul Ryan. This is somebody who’s trying to govern.

MELISSA HARRIS-PERRY: Alfonso, I feel you. But I just want to pause on one thing. Because I don’t disagree with you that I actually think Mr. Ryan is a great choice for this role. But I want us to be super careful when we use the language “hard worker,” because I actually keep an image of folks working in cotton fields on my office wall, because it is a reminder about what hard work looks like.

One of the reasons why I generally don’t blog on individuals like Melissa Harris-Perry is because it is hard to shake the feeling that she is a very-troubled woman. It seems as though a mind would have to be particularly warped to take the phrase “hard worker” during a conversation on Paul Ryan’s job qualifications, and turn it into a finger-wagging lesson on U.S. slavery.

Guest panelist Mr. Aguilar looked generally confused at the host’s statements. His face said, “Is this happening? What the heck is going on right now? Why did I agree to be on this weird show?”
Alfonso Aguilar

It says something incredibly sad about our culture that a woman as ideologically rabid as Harris-Perry has a bully pulpit on a cable news network. Why would sane, “hard-working” Americans ever enter into politics when media personalities tasked with shaping public opinion are mostly clones of Harris-Perry? Answer: They wouldn’t.

The moral of the story here is this: Turn off your television. Read good books. Get outside and exercise. Spend time with family and friends. 

There are many rabbit holes of stupidity out there, but cable news shows possess large entrances. My suggestion is to glance inside from time to time, but resist the temptation to crawl inside. Once you fall headlong into an abyss of stupidity, it is hard to crawl out.

MSNBC race baits on Cheerios ads because they’re intellectual flakes

MSNBC Cheerios race bait

I’m a little late to the ball game as it pertains to MSNBC’s race-baiting Cheerios tweet. I’ve been busy at work and with some personal projects, so I wasn’t going to shoehorn a post in on my own biracial marriage because some angry person at a cable news network insinuated guys like me hate minorities.

Regardless, for those who are unfamiliar with the story, MSNBC gave a preview of a Cheerios ad featuring a biracial family. The cereal had a similar ad out last year and there were some racist comments left on YouTube. Shocker. Instead of acknowledging that billions of people have access to YouTube and that the lowest common denominator spends hours of their day trolling posts, MSNBC decided that taking another cheap shot at conservatives would be in their best interest.

One would think that the decision makers behind the scenes would learn; it was only a short time ago that one of their own hosts had to tearfully apologize on camera for cracking jokes at the expense of an adopted black child within the Romney family. Apparently not.

Perhaps MSNBC should stick to using minorities like Martin Bashir, who wished someone defecated down Sarah Palin’s throat, to attack conservatives. Oh, wait, that didn’t work out so well either.

Long story short, MSNBC backtracked. The tweet was deleted, the network apologized and the person responsible was allegedly fired — but the Internet is forever.


The response by conservatives was rather interesting. The hashtag “myrightwingracialfamily” was created, and MSNBC was bombarded by images of happy conservative biracial families. While there are plenty of pictures I’d like to share of my wife and I rocking out, I don’t need to. At least under these circumstances. The fact of the matter is that the MSNBC newsroom is filled with a bunch of people who are mean and bitter and angry.

I’ve said it before, but all one needs to do is fast-forward in time to see that the United States is going to be a browner country. America is so diverse that at some point in time it will be the mindset held by those at MSNBC that become irrelevant — not conservatism. One day, the vast majority of Americans will live in biracial families and they’ll wonder why previous generations could only see as far as the Cheerios in front of their faces. The race card will largely be off the table, but the debate over the size and scope of the federal government will remain. There will still be millions of Americans who yearn for economic and political freedom, individual liberties and a fidelity to the Constitution.

In the not too distant future most people will forget about the “Infamous MSNBC Cheerios Tweet of 2014,” but the impression of the network as just a bunch of intellectual flakes will remain.

How sad is it that James Brown had a better understanding of America during the 1960s than MSNBC does in 2014?

MSNBC’s ‘Political Playground’ belongs in a ‘Simpsons’ Treehouse of Horrors special

MSNBC's 'Political Playground' is better suited for a Simpsons 'Tree House of Horrors' Halloween special.
MSNBC’s ‘Political Playground’ is better suited for a ‘Simpsons’ ‘Treehouse of Horrors’ Halloween special. Although, the way Krystal Balll exploits her own child on television for a national audience might be too sick for devil Ned Flanders to handle.

Since I don’t own a television, you’ll have to forgive me if I seldom watch any of MSNBC’s ‘The Cycle,’ which features a segment called ‘Political Playground.’ Now that I am familiar with it, it’s actually something I’d expect to see in a Simpsons Tree House of Horrors Halloween special. And, in truth, when I do watch MSNBC at work, I usually catch Reverend Al Sharpton later in the day. I’m routinely fascinated by his ability to keep a show when almost every single guest he brings into the studio (except Meghan McCain) is intellectually out of his league.

Take a second to digest for a moment a major cable news channel that brings children in for regular segments, at which point they are asked a series of leading questions until they arrive at a place where they can parrot the public policy preferences of its target audience. MSNBC’s Krystal Ball plays the prosecuting attorney, who will do whatever she needs to do to get her star pupil — her daughter — to stand up for the liberal cause de rigueur. On MSNBC, pimping out your political pawn-child on national television is seen as ratings gold.

The following is a partial transcript of the piece. I have cut out a portion where Krystal Ball talks about not being able to marry trees and cars.

Krystal Ball: So Ella, this week a lot of people have been talking about marriage and I was wondering if you can tell us: What is marriage?

Ella: I don’t know.

Krystal Ball: You don’t know what marriage is?

Ella: (awkward pause)

Krystal Ball: What does it mean if you get married?

Ella: Uh, it means that you live together.

Krystal Ball: It means that you live together. And who can you marry? Can you marry like, a car? No? Who can you get married to?

Ella: Um, a person.

Krystal Ball: A person. What kind of person?

Ella: Like a person who doesn’t have a wife or a husband.

Krystal Ball: Uh-huh. And what makes a person decide if they want to get married?

Ella: Like they get in love with each other.

Krystal Ball: They get in love with each other? How does someone get in love with each other?

Ella: Well they talk and stuff and they say: “Hmm. I’m in love with you.” …

Krystal Ball: (Awkward pause) What if you were in love … with a girl? Could you marry a girl?

Ella: Only here could I marry a girl.

Krystal Ball: Here in New York you can marry a girl?

Ella: Mmm-hmm. Because girls can marry girls and boys can marry boys in New York. And a girl can marry a boy in New York, too.

Krystal Ball: And that’s good because you want people to be able to marry people they’re in love with, right?

Ella: Yeah.

Krystal Ball: Well, how come other places a girl can’t marry a girl?

Ella: I don’t know.

Krystal Ball: That seems strange, right?

Ella: I don’t know.

Krystal Ball: That’s strange right?

Ella: Tell me.

Krystal Ball: some other places haven’t decided yet that you should be able to, if you’re a girl, marry another girl. They should change that, shouldn’t they?

Ella: Yeah.

Krystal: Yeah.

Ella: That’s crazy!

Krystal: It’s crazy because people should be able to marry who they love, right?

Ella: Yeah.

Krystal: Yeah, I think so, too.

What kind of warped person would exploit their own child in such a manner for political purposes? Should Fox News start segments where Steve Doocey brings children to gun ranges? (Please God, no!) Should Sean Hannity “Hannitize” a pre-schooler into saying the U.S. should preemptively strike North Korea?

I’ll tell you who would do such a thing: people who believe that kids belong not to their parents, but to “the community.” A woman like MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry (aka: Melissa — Did I tell  you I was sorta-kinda a Communist? — Harris-Perry):

“We have never invested in public education as much as we should have, because we’ve always had kind of a private notion of children. Your kid is yours, and totally your responsibility. We haven’t had a very collective notion of “These are our children”; so part of it is that we have to break through our kind of private idea that kids belong to their parents, or kids belong to their families, and recognize that kids belong to whole communities. Once it’s everybody’s responsibility and not just the household’s, then we start making better investments,” (Melissa Harris-Perry, MSNBC promotional video).

And yes, this is the same Melissa Harris-Perry who refers to unborn babies as “things.”

At MSNBC, it seems only logical that an organization that employs people who see children as “things” would also hire someone who would exploit her own “thing” for hundreds of thousands of television viewers.

Remember the Chili Peppers’ “Throw Away Your Television”? I do. They were right on that one. Do it. You’ll thank me later.

Using Chris Matthews’ own logic, he is now a racist

Chris Matthews

I feel sorry for Chris Matthews. Years from now conservatives will cite the most infamous of all Chris Matthews quotes to drag what is left of his reputation through the mud. It will be ugly. And to think that he allowed himself to be overheard in Dupont Circle saying:

“Yes, I admit it: I, Chris Matthews, hate black people — but most Americans don’t know it because those feelings are surpassed by my burning contempt for Republicans.”

Want proof that he said it? Conservatives don’t need to give proof because Chris Matthews’ own logic dictates that misquotes are not misquotes. Don’t believe me? I do have proof of that:

Winston Churchill had so many sayings misattributed to him that one academic gave the phenomenon a name: “Churchillian drift.” Richard Langworth, editor of “Finest Hour,” a journal published by the Churchill Centre, an international organization dedicated to promoting scholarship and appreciation of the late British prime minister, says he constantly fields questions about Churchill quotes from speechwriters, students and Churchill fans — but “not so much professors, who think they know everything.” …

Mr. Langworth says Chris Matthews, a fellow Churchill Centre board member and host of MSNBC’s “Hardball,” has misquoted Churchill. Last year Mr. Matthews made a promotional ad for MSNBC in which he recounted Churchill being told during World War II that he should cut government funding for the arts.

“Then what are we fighting for?” Churchill replied, according to Mr. Matthews.

Mr. Langworth says Churchill never said it, though many over the years have used what Mr. Langworth calls “this famous ‘red herring’ nonquote.”

Mr. Matthews, a self-described “Churchill nut,” insists he hasn’t misquoted his hero, but adds, “How can you prove someone never said something?”

Telling, isn’t it? If you ever wondered why Chris Matthews is such a fan of making accusations of racism, look no further. A man who believes he should be able to misquote historical figures in the pursuit of his vision for the world is the kind of man who would have no problem making up malevolent motivations for his political opponents. If the world all thought like Matthews, over time we could turn Reagan into a liberal; we could make Ghandi a warmonger; and we could turn Judas into loyal guy. For Matthews, it isn’t about the accuracy of the information — it’s about having the correct people (i.e., those who agree with Chris Matthews) controlling the information.

Imagine if you woke up tomorrow, you were on trial for your life, and clones of Chris Matthews happened to fill the roles of the prosecuting attorney, the judge and the jury?

Chris Matthews (Prosecutor): “Tell us about the circumstances on the night you killed your wife and admitted it to Officer Matthews during an interrogation?”
YOU: I never said that.
Chris Matthews (Prosecutor): “Can you PROVE you never said that?”
YOU: I never said that.
Chris Matthews (Officer): He did, your honor.
YOU: I NEVER said that! Am I in the Twilight Zone?
Chris Matthews (Jury): Guilty! Crucify him! Crucify him!
Chris Matthews (Judge): Guilty. The sentence is death — by Chris Matthews firing squad, to be held at sundown. If you do not have any last words, some will be made up for you in time.

Charges of racism are the ultimate trump card, even if they are the hallmark of the intellectually bankrupt. There is no way to prove someone isn’t a racist because there is no way to look into the heart and soul. To Chris Matthews, truth and accuracy don’t matter because in his mind accomplishing a “goal” (e.g., discrediting opponents) is bigger than the lie. What’s wrong with fudging the facts, lying or outright inventing “evidence” if it forwards the vision of the anointed?

Conservatives are in a tough position. For instance, such a mindset allows Chris Matthews, Al Sharpton and others to say with a straight face that John McCain’s concerns about Ambassador Susan Rice have racist roots, despite the fact that McCain’s adopted daughter is from Bangladesh. How do you debate an opponent who is willing to say and do anything to destroy your character? Perception is often reality, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing if you have intellectually-honest brokers trying to describe reality. It all falls apart when you have one guy who says: “How can you prove someone never said something?”

To quote Chris Matthews: “Liberals are a rotten bunch, but sometimes you can still make a mean cider out of sour apples.”

Now go make some cider, conservatives.

Peggy Noonan: Being the star exhibit in a liberal zoo still makes me a star

Poor, poor Peggy Noonan can’t seem to find a conservative who pleases her. Perhaps it’s because she isn’t conservative. The pained expression on her face, seemingly learned from studying film of Ben Affleck like a quarterback studies his opponents, allows liberal media outlets to try and pass her off as something she is not.

Peggy Noonan once wrote speeches for President Ronald Reagan. She’s been trotted out as a “conservative” ever since, despite the fact that she couldn’t pull the lever for John McCain. I touched on it not too long ago here and here, and now so does John Zeigler:

RINOs can instantly feel the warm embrace of mainstream credibility by simply criticizing other Republicans in a way that the media can use to achieve their agenda. Meanwhile, when an occasional Democrat goes in the other direction (Joe Lieberman) they suddenly get shunned and discredited. …

There is no better/worse example of this than the actions of former Reagan speechwriter Peggy Noonan. Noonan has suddenly become a big name in the media again because she is taking every chance she can to rip the Romney campaign and help the press with building their narrative that his campaign is in collapse. …

One, Noonan hasn’t done a thing for the conservative cause since she wrote a few good speeches for Reagan over 25 years ago. Secondly, and even more amazingly, she clearly endorsed Obama in 2008 in both print and on TV. Somehow, not only did that not take away her ability to once again play the “I am a sensible Republican telling the truth about my guy” card, but it doesn’t even ever get mentioned that she has ZERO credibility on this issue!

Boom. Ziegler drops an intellectual nuke on Noonan’s squishy “conservative” head. She was an Obama girl in 2008. End of story. No conservative in their right mind would vote for Mr. Obama. Peggy Noonan is at best the RINO Superwoman — accomplished, intelligent and quick — to Bizarro Meghan Mccain. Both are used by liberal media to destroy conservatives, only Noonan isn’t the embarrassing train wreck that McCain is (a woman who barely stays afloat in the intellectual kiddie pool going up against MSNBC’s Al Sharpton).

Perhaps the best take down of Noonan of late comes, oddly enough, from Fox’s Chris Wallace, who called Noonan “New York City’s idea” of a conservative. A stinging critique if I ever heard one. And he’s right. Noonan is part of an incestuous bunch of intellectual hobnobbers, but because of her conservative past, her penance is that she must sit in her social circle or on a cable television panel and demurely respond to savage attacks on the conservative worldview. She accepts ridiculous premises and argues on liberal terms. She rhetorically licks her liberal media masters’ toes, who collect docile kittens with names like Joe Scarborough and David Frum.

What Noonan and McCain and the rest don’t understand is that at the cocktail parties and social events they attend, they are seen as curious little animals, to laugh at and poke fun of. Noonan sees herself slinging highbrow rejoinders, whereas her liberal “friends” see her as a monkey slinging poo. They’re not chuckling with you, Peggy — they’re chuckling at you.

The sad thing is, some of these faux conservatives get it, and they don’t care.  Being the star exhibit in someone’s zoo, in their mind, still makes them a star. Sad.

Chris Matthews: His race-baiting mind flatulence knows no bounds

Ignoring Chris Matthews’ race baiting is like ignoring an immature, flatulent kid. Let me explain.

A few years ago I was in an elevator with some teenagers. One of them had a device (at least I hope it was a device) that mimicked a case of bad gas. As the elevator slowly went up to my intended floor the kid intermittently farted. I ignored it the first time. I ignored it the second time. I ignored it the third time. In fact, I ignored it the entire way up. Then, as I got off I couldn’t resist. I turned around and said to them: “You guys — you’re hilarious. No, I mean it. You’re hilarious.” I couldn’t resist saying something on that day, and I can not today.

For the past week Chris Matthews released his noxious, race-baiting rhetoric out into the airwaves as if he ate his weight in race-baiting beans. He speaks of racist “dog whistles” used by Republicans, but the weird thing is … he’s the only one who hears them. He says it’s because he lives in a “black majority city,” (even though he really lives on the “mean streets” of Chevy Chase, Md.), but the real reason he’s hearing things is because he’s listening to the voices in his head. He’s so obsessed with race that his mind works overtime to make connections to it every time he listens to someone he disagrees with. It’s sad and it’s desperate and it’s not going to work because more and more Americans are no longer afraid to tell guys like him to shove it.

As election day nears, expect Chris Matthews and Co. to become more unhinged. The proper response is call them desperate fools and continue talking about $16 trillion dollars of debt, Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security. Chris Matthews and his friends fart race-baiting mind nonsense into the air because they want to clear the room of debate. They would  love nothing more than to shut down honest, frank discussions on the issues that will determine the living standards of our children and grandchildren. Don’t let them. Instead, keep a straight face and intellectually pummel them into the ground.

Juan Williams Fired because He’s Black. Sacrifice at Liberalism’s Alter Causes Matrix Moment.

Juan Williams just took the red pill and the truth has been revealed to him. He's had his Matrix moment. There's no going back, Juan. It's painful to know that what you thought was real was all just a lie, but now you can move forward.
One of the memes of the left is that racist, conservative, white men have some sort of weird war on Islam, and that guys like Bill O’Reilly contribute to an unwelcoming climate for muslims in the United States.

If women like Whoopie “rape rape” Goldberg and Joy Behar are going to be able to walk off television sets in manufactured anger in the future they need to be able to reliably use the innocuous words of white men against them.  Juan Williams — a liberal, black man with a fairly high profile — threatens to drain the righteous indignation well.

Perhaps I’m wrong, but it’s seems like a rational fear that Juan has in a post 9/11 world.  As long as terrorist attacks attempted by muslim men continue to be thwarted, Juan’s fear is rational. As long as muslims in New York continue to threaten to kill the creators of South Park, Juan’s fear will be rational. As long as Pakistan and Yemen are filled with a disturbing number of men who want to “wage jihad” on Facebook, Juan’s fear will be rational.  As long as Barack Obama continues reaching out to muslims and they respond by psychotically throwing shoes at his image…Juan’s fear will be rational.

Should I go on?  Because the list could be quite large.  I haven’t even touched on the Christmas bomber, cartoonists who are in hiding because Somali men break into their home wielding axes, Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan and the Fort Hood massacre, honor killings, Sharia Law, or shoe bombers.

If a black, liberal, respected public figure openly agrees with any notable white conservative men then liberalism must destroy him. For decades liberalism has fed on the ignorance and fear of those who are willing to believe that white men look into the mirror as they shave each morning and long for the days when they could have been a slave-owning plantation master. Put another way, liberals bank on the votes of the Kanye “George Bush hates black people” West crowd.

As Bill O’Reilly told Juan the other day, this is ultimately a good thing.  Juan may not know it, but he had his very own Matrix Moment.

“I imagine that right now you’re feeling a bit like Alice, tumbling down the rabbit hole. I can see it in your eyes. You have a look of a man who accepts what he sees because he is expecting to wake up. Ironically, this is not far from the truth… You’re here because you know something…that there’s something wrong with the world. You don’t know what it is, but it’s there like a splinter in your mind, driving you mad,” (Morpheus, The Matrix).

Congrats, Juan—you took the red pill. There is no turning back.

A liberal black man who ever agrees with a notable conservative white male must be destroyed by his fellow liberals. How's it feel to be sacrificed at the alter of liberalism, Juan? It's probably pretty painful. Now you know what conservatives get to deal with regularly.