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Ed Martin here in the Pro America Report, and we have a lot to cover today.
Well, I just got to tell you, it’s another example of the unbelievable power, the devastating power, the insanity of the narrative machine. I talk to you about it. So much big tech, big media, big government working together to try to shape what we hear, what we know, what we believe, what we do. It’s unbelievable. It’s devastating.
The story I’m going to tell you, which is coming out is just insane. It’s totally insane. It’s terrible. It’s terrifying. And we’ll cover all that in a minute.
We will also get an update from what I think is the number one issue, maybe outside of election integrity, election integrity is a big deal. That’s true. We got to fight to keep these elections. And we’ll talk with John Schlafly, who’s got a piece up there. But we always wander into talking about elections with John.
We’ll talk with him tomorrow, but we’ll talk today with Todd Bensman, about what I think is the number one issue we’re being inundated, if not invaded by the illegal aliens that are coming through our border. And Todd Bensman is getting more and more attention. He’s got a new piece over at the Federalist.com. His usual blogging is at CIS.Org, the Center for Immigration Studies. We’ll talk with him.
And Ted Malloch has a piece at American Greatness called The Great Divorce. And if you know Ted Malloch, you know, he writes on a lot of levels, and I think he was previewing to me off the air that his piece is either satire or it’s a proposal. You have to figure it out. It’s very good. So we’ll talk with him in a moment.
So, here’s what I want to tell you. The power of the Narrative machine. You recall in the last week we’ve talked about the fact that the Department of Justice, that’s big government and Merrick Garland,, that’s big government, has put out a memo in response to a request from the school Board Association run by the teachers unions and the school board Association asked that they put out that Merrick Garland do something to scare and to push back on the parents who are attending school board meetings in greater and greater numbers and with pretty high voices. At the least, they got hot voices.
They’re mad, they’re, upset about things. They’re upset about lots of stuff.
But one of the examples that they have talked about and said, we must be careful. This is big government. Merrick Garland. We must be careful. We must be careful, has been an incident that happened in Loudoun County, where a man went to the school board and got so angry that he was not responsive to either the school board or Sheriff. And he was arrested. And the guy’s a parent he was arrested.
And they said, look at this guy. He’s a, he’s a tough looking character. He looks kind of mean. He’s kind of built, stacked, he’s kind of strong. He was arrested for not only for disorderly conduct but resisting arrest. This is the kind of thing to be out of control.
Okay, so that’s big government that was covered breathlessly by all the big media, right? All the big media and big tech. And everyone said, oh, look at this.
So we have now the narrative machine in full flow, saying that, my goodness, there are people that are, you know, they’re so crazed, they’re so crazed. They’re like junior insurrectionists that couldn’t get to January 6, another lie. And it couldn’t get to that hoax.
But then they got other gotta watch out, watch out, big government, big tech and big media telling us that there’s something wrong with the American people expressing themselves at school boards and citing as an example this man that was arrested.
Well, comes now, Luke Rosiak, who writes over The Daily Caller, happens to live not far from me in Northern Virginia.
Very good guy. His wife is a lovely lady. A couple kids, just a really super family. Luke’s a neat guy.He’s written a couple books, one’s on my bookshelf in front of me right now. Super guy.
And Luke has a piece that ran on, I think, Tuesday morning, maybe and starting to get more attention. And you’ll see it all over the place where the man that was arrested in Loudoun County and was vilified as out of control and nasty and all that. It turns out that his daughter was sexually assaulted in the Loudoun schools, and that when he was arrested and told to stop and yelling. And by the way, he seemed kind of angry that day. But if what has been talked about happen, which was many different counts of rape, many different types of rape on his daughter, if that comes out as true, we are at a different level. I mean, I don’t know how he could myself. I couldn’t have gone to the meeting because I wouldn’t have gone without real, I mean, I just wouldn’t have been able to control myself.
He was in control compared to that.
But so he and Loudoun County was upset at one point in his testimony because he said there was assaults by boys who who acted like girls to go into the girls rooms. And they said no. They denied that. They said there have been no incidents.
They were lying.
And the student who did that, who is under investigation, Loudoun Sheriffs admitted that it’s still ongoing. He was quietly transferred to another school where another child, a girl, has alleged that he sexually assaulted her.
So we have a situation where for a month or two, we were told in America by the big tech and big media and then by big government working together that you have to worry about parents who come to school board means because they’re so upset about the curriculum and CRT, and they’re so unbalanced that there really could be violence. And here’s an example of somebody that was arrested or disorderly conduct. It was on all the shows, Rachel Maddow, all those places. It turns out his daughter was a victim of at this point, again, it’s alleged all the things are alleged.
But the context of that is much different than some parent who objected to whether the SAT was administered on Saturdays or administered on Fridays or the AP test was done this way or there was a use of pronouns. We are now talking about serious criminal conduct against his daughter.
And instead of unspooling this message and going out, what do they do?
This is the power of the narrative machine. They don’t go back and correct the record that never happens.
So what happens is the narrative machine has played out and framed the “truth” that the American people know which is, oh, my gosh, that there’s people that go to school board means that are really violent.
And here’s the real trick on this. Watch this trick.
If you’re a normal person and you hear this story like me, I think I’m pretty normal on this. I actually think to myself there could be violence at a school board, because if that happened to my son, and then I watched a school board member deny it or lie about it, I’m not sure what would happen. And so it sort of has just become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Or I don’t know if a self-fulfilling, but a prophecy that will be fulfilled because of the factors that are put in place. And so if it’s true, by the way, I don’t have any reason to know why it would or wouldn’t be true.
But if there are other schools where because of their policies, there have been assaults, there have been rapes. If that’s true, then the chances of violence goes up at a school board meeting because of people being upset. So it actually fits the narrative that they laid out perfectly and allows the narrative machine to keep going forward and say, Well, we got to use big government. We got to use big government.
And the only question in my mind now is whether the American people are able to see through the simple fact that the stations like MSNBC and CNN, they just won’t tell you this whole truth or if we’re just all locked in to these silos and that you’re just never going to get out of that. Because if that’s the way it is, it is hard to picture.
And we’ll talk in a few minutes with Ted Malloch, who advocates in his piece, The Great Divorce. It’s hard to picture how people stay together. How do you stay in a functioning Republic when you have the strongest factors, the strongest actors, not factors, the strongest actors in a situation, big tech, big media and big government all basically lying to you, not even basically there’s lying to you, deceiving you and conditioning you to believe something.
It gives me a pit in my stomach. I get a pit in my stomach because I don’t know what happens if that’s what they’re willing to do.
We’re not talking about adults. We’re not talking about Trump’s, adult children, who they treat terribly or Trump or his wife in some way, they pick this life. It’s not necessarily appropriate what they’re doing, but schoolgirls in Louden County and the parents, I mean, I don’t know how to think that this goes on and works as a Republic, because there’s not a lot that you can do for long. That would be worse than having this happen.
And here’s one more quick story with a guy, I guess Tuesday morning, Tuesday morning, mid mid morning, midday, I guess around lunch time. And he was saying, he was talking about this story and he was saying his daughter’s going to kindergarten next year. And he said, I don’t know how I could send my daughter to kindergarten. And then he paused and he said, and we moved to this neighborhood in this County, Fairfax County, to be in a school system that we thought was going to be good. So the deal that a lot of people made expecting it would work. It’s falling through in the midst of these other frustrations. So it is going to be something to see. It’s quite a thing. Well, all right.
We got to take a break. When we come back, we will speak with the great Ted Malloch and Todd Bensman, and we’ll get a lot more. We’ll wrap things up also, we have the great John Schlafly tomorrow. We’ll talk with him about all this, too. Do we take a break and be right back. Don’t forget, visit ProAmericaReport.com, ProAmericaReport.com, sign up there for the Daily WYNK, What you need to know. And also you can get these great interviews and listen again. We’ll be back in a moment.
Ed Martin here in the ProAmerica Report. Talk to you then.