Stewart employed an interesting tactic in trying to promote and justify the angle he was going to take. For his discussion, he had three other guests, all of whom were white. Therefore, you see, if white people are saying how bad white people are, it’s OK. It’s a similar approach to bringing anti-Israel Jewish folks onto a show to talk about the Holy Land… “See, even Jewish people agree with my anti-Semitism.”
CNN and MSNBC have reportedly both traveled to Washington, DC, in recent weeks to pitch Psaki on leaving the impossible job of defending Joe Biden’s failing presidency towards a lucrative job with their news organizations. With ratings plummeting at both networks, the discussions have probably included offers for Psaki to assume a prominent role in their schedules hoping she would quickly boost their rating and become the next star in network news.
No, they’re gathering because of the way they feel about Trudeau and the mandates. The appearance of regime journalists on the scene, there to try and frame the issue in a way that makes the protesters look bad, is just an added bonus to the anti-Trudeau crowd because it gives them an opportunity to make as much of a mockery of the regime as they’re making of Trudeau and his tenuous grip on power.
The members of the far left, whatever they say, don’t actually want peace and unity. They don’t support free speech, nor do they want to be part of the vast laboratory and free market of ideas that exists when our right to speak freely is protected.