Thursday, April 16, 2020
Conservative Jack Cashill Argues Against Coronavirus Political Correctness Amid New Book About Prez Obama Coming Soon
In a scathing post targeting MU Asian faculty, Mr. Cashill questions claims of discrimination amid lockdown orders.
"In that no one has been on campus in the last month, and that the Asian faculty members have been housebound, it is hard to divine exactly which members of the MU community did the discriminating and how they managed to pull it off. One suspects that these discriminatory acts are as apocryphal as those that famously agitated the MU snow globe in 2015."
That's an interesting theory but denies the rise of digital surge in Sinophobic sentiment . . .
CNN: With the spread of coronavirus came a surge in anti-Asian racism online, new research says
And speaking of interesting theories . . . Here's a look at Mr. Cashill's new book that reaches around with some surprising implications and offers an alternative view . . .
Unmasking Obama: The Fight to Tell the True Story of a Failed Presidency
"During the Obama years, an asymmetrical media war was waged to control the critical first draft of American history. There is no fair way to record that history without first acknowledging the war. The field of battle shaped up as follows: on the right, the alternative conservative media and the “responsible” right, occasionally working together, often working at odds; on the left, the mainstream media, the social media giants, Hollywood, Broadway, the federal bureaucracies, the national security apparatus, and what Ray Bradbury would call “firemen”—the virtual book burners, amateur and professional. Rarely at odds, these forces routinely worked together to amplify what Obama adviser Ben Rhodes famously called the White House’s “messaging campaign.” Money, resources, and power overwhelmingly favored the left, but the right had the equalizer on its side—the truth."
You decide . . .