|The Security and Culture Intelligencer|
After a television personality started delivering a nonsensical sermon on immigration law to Assistant to the President and Senior Advisor for Policy Stephen Miller, Miller responded in part by mentioning that personality’s “cosmopolitan attitude.” And being unable to let a moment go by without creating some sort of phony “controversy,” media seized on that response and began churning out the notion that the word “cosmopolitan” is some sort of racist dog whistle.
A short time later the media generated another controversy by shrieking when radio hostess Dana Loesch used the word “fisk” in a video.
Such is the state of the media. And such is the state of the Ruling Class since they are one and the same. . . .
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