Non-Tweets Under the Fedora: 2/2 Northam & the Media, A Question for Julia Beck, Jazmine who?, Honest Dems, and Zachary shuts Down St. Louis

Readability

Non-Tweets Under the Fedora: 2/2 Northam & the Media, A Question for Julia Beck, Jazmine who?, Honest Dems, and Zachary shuts Down St. Louis

It very much looks like Gov­er­nor Northam of Vir­ginia will be an ex gov­er­nor before this day is through but I want to point some­thing from the cov­er­age PBS, CNN & MSNBC cov­er­age that my youngest noticed.

When deal­ing with the Cov­ing­ton story and the Kavanaugh story activists and jour­nal­ist were all loudly and pas­sion­ately angry in their denun­ci­a­tion of the so called “racism” and “sex­ism” on the right and this anger didn’t dis­si­pate when their charges where proven false. Yes­ter­day not a sin­gle voice was raised in anger, instead every sin­gle one of them looked like they were going to cry.

Me I still won­der how many of those sad MSM types already had this story before the elec­tion and were sit­ting on it


Last week Stacy McCain cov­ered an event at the Her­itage Foun­da­tion that has an inter­est­ing ros­ter of rad­i­cal fem­i­nists fem­i­nists, speak­ers from the Woman’s lib­er­a­tion front, for­mer mem­bers of the Bal­ti­more City’s LGBTQ Com­mis­sion, who found that Her­itage was the only host will­ing to let them express their cur­rently unpop­u­lar opin­ion on trans­gen­derism.

You might be think­ing to your­self, ‘Why is a les­bian speak­ing at the Her­itage Foun­da­tion?’ And I ask myself the same thing,” she said. “But my answer is pretty sim­ple: There is no place for me. I am polit­i­cally homeless.”

Now I have com­plete sym­pa­thy with Ms. Beck’s opin­ion on this mat­ter but I do have a ques­tion for the speak­ers in gen­eral and Ms. Beck in particular.

Assum­ing we ally with you on this issue, when the bat­tle is won what assur­ance do we have that you won’t imme­di­ately go back to denounc­ing believ­ing prac­tic­ing Catholics and other Chris­tians as evil haters who should be com­pelled by law to accept the rest of their rad­i­cal agenda and if we refuse to insist that we be shunned, rejected in the same way they are being shunned now?

I think that’s a fair ques­tion before we rush to save Robe­spierre from the mob they helped create.


Speak­ing of Stacy McCain and vio­lence against women, he has com­piled a long list of crimes against women that the media finds unnews­wor­thy.

We can offi­cially add the Jazmine Barnes mur­der to that list:

Three weeks ago, the shoot­ing death of 7-​year-​old Jazmine Barnes in Hous­ton was all over CNN, but the story dis­ap­peared once police arrested two black sus­pects in the drive-​by shoot­ing (see “Media’s Anti-​White Bias Makes Hous­ton Drive-​By Shoot­ing National News,” Jan. 7).

How­ever, Ashe Schow offers this thought­ful update on the case:

This is why Ashe Schow will never make it in the MSM. She still thinks the story is newsworthy.


There is one big dif­fer­ence between the Demo­c­rat posi­tion on abor­tion circa 2019 vs the Demo­c­rat posi­tion on abor­tion from 19902018. The left no longer both­ers to pre­tend that the def­i­n­i­tion of “life” , via­bil­ity or if a child feels pain matters.

They must really be feel­ing their oats but of course they know the media will not chal­lenge their mem­bers in red dis­tricts on this stuff.

Dead black babies will never trump a clue­less photo in their heads.


1924 Wash­ing­ton 8 1967 St. Louis 1

Tom Zach­ery held St Louis to one run and the Sen­a­tors exploded for seven runs against a wild Steve Carl­ton hit (3 walks 4 hit bat­ters in 3 23 innings) as the 1924 Wash­ing­ton Sen­a­tors took the rub­ber game of their series 81.

Things looked shaky from the start as Carl­ton (01) was bailed out twice by dou­ble plays AND twice by Roger Maris once via a per­fect throw to the plate to nail Nemo Lei­bold in the first and once by a two out dou­ble to score Orlando Cepeda in top of the 4th to answer Wash­ing­ton 3rd inning run.

But in the bot­tom of the inning, after retir­ing the 1st two bat­ters the wheels came off, Bluge and Zachary sin­gled and Carl­ton hit Lei­bold to load them up and Har­ris to force in a run and give him his 2nd RBI of the game. Sam Rice fol­lowed with another sin­gle dri­ving in two and after an inten­tional walk to Goslin, Joe Judge made up for two con­sec­u­tive rally killing dou­ble plays with a sin­gle that drove in Har­ris and Rice and Chased Carl­ton for Ron Willis who didn’t set­tle down until he forced in one more run via back to back walks.

From then on it was the Tom Zachary (10) show as he scat­tered three hits the rest of the way never giv­ing the birds a chance to rally

Notes: John Romano went 03 with a walk sub­sti­tut­ing behind the plate for the injured Tim McCarver who man­ager Stin­son has con­firmed will be ready for the Home opener against the 2006 Twins. The Sen­a­tors played error-​less ball against the red­birds while scor­ing 14 runs with only three extra base hits (all dou­bles) Wash­ing­ton has not announced their starter for the opener against the 2004 Red­sox at Fen­way, Curly Ogdon or John Mar­tina is expected to get the call.

It very much looks like Governor Northam of Virginia will be an ex governor before this day is through but I want to point something from the coverage PBS, CNN & MSNBC coverage that my youngest noticed.

When dealing with the Covington story and the Kavanaugh story activists and journalist were all loudly and passionately angry in their denunciation of the so called “racism” and “sexism” on the right and this anger didn’t dissipate when their charges where proven false. Yesterday not a single voice was raised in anger, instead every single one of them looked like they were going to cry.

Me I still wonder how many of those sad MSM types already had this story before the election and were sitting on it


Last week Stacy McCain covered an event at the Heritage Foundation that has an interesting roster of radical feminists feminists, speakers from the Woman’s liberation front, former members of the Baltimore City’s LGBTQ Commission, who found that Heritage was the only host willing to let them express their currently unpopular opinion on transgenderism.


“You might be thinking to yourself, ‘Why is a lesbian speaking at the Heritage Foundation?’ And I ask myself the same thing,” she said. “But my answer is pretty simple: There is no place for me. I am politically homeless.”

Now I have complete sympathy with Ms. Beck’s opinion on this matter but I do have a question for the speakers in general and Ms. Beck in particular.

Assuming we ally with you on this issue, when the battle is won what assurance do we have that you won’t immediately go back to denouncing believing practicing Catholics and other Christians as evil haters who should be compelled by law to accept the rest of their radical agenda and if we refuse to insist that we be shunned, rejected in the same way they are being shunned now?

I think that’s a fair question before we rush to save Robespierre from the mob they helped create.


Speaking of Stacy McCain and violence against women, he has compiled a long list of crimes against women that the media finds unnewsworthy.

We can officially add the Jazmine Barnes murder to that list:

Three weeks ago, the shooting death of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes in Houston was all over CNN, but the story disappeared once police arrested two black suspects in the drive-by shooting (see “Media’s Anti-White Bias Makes Houston Drive-By Shooting National News,” Jan. 7).

However, Ashe Schow offers this thoughtful update on the case:

This is why Ashe Schow will never make it in the MSM. She still thinks the story is newsworthy.


There is one big difference between the Democrat position on abortion circa 2019 vs the Democrat position on abortion from 1990-2018. The left no longer bothers to pretend that the definition of “life” , viability or if a child feels pain matters.

They must really be feeling their oats but of course they know the media will not challenge their members in red districts on this stuff.

Dead black babies will never trump a clueless photo in their heads.


1924 Washington 8 1967 St. Louis 1

Tom Zachery held St Louis to one run and the Senators exploded for seven runs against a wild Steve Carlton hit (3 walks 4 hit batters in 3 2/3 innings) as the 1924 Washington Senators took the rubber game of their series 8-1.

Things looked shaky from the start as Carlton (0-1) was bailed out twice by double plays AND twice by Roger Maris once via a perfect throw to the plate to nail Nemo Leibold in the first and once by a two out double to score Orlando Cepeda in top of the 4th to answer Washington 3rd inning run.

But in the bottom of the inning, after retiring the 1st two batters the wheels came off, Bluge and Zachary singled and Carlton hit Leibold to load them up and Harris to force in a run and give him his 2nd RBI of the game. Sam Rice followed with another single driving in two and after an intentional walk to Goslin, Joe Judge made up for two consecutive rally killing double plays with a single that drove in Harris and Rice and Chased Carlton for Ron Willis who didn’t settle down until he forced in one more run via back to back walks.

From then on it was the Tom Zachary (1-0) show as he scattered three hits the rest of the way never giving the birds a chance to rally

Notes: John Romano went 0-3 with a walk substituting behind the plate for the injured Tim McCarver who manager Stinson has confirmed will be ready for the Home opener against the 2006 Twins. The Senators played error-less ball against the redbirds while scoring 14 runs with only three extra base hits (all doubles) Washington has not announced their starter for the opener against the 2004 Redsox at Fenway, Curly Ogdon or John Martina is expected to get the call.