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Mainstream Media Anchor Suggests Continued ‘Unrest’ in Streets of America

It’s good for ratings, after all.

The last several years have been a turbulent time for America, and 2020 may very well be the crown jewel of this calamity.

This is a transformative time in the nation’s history, with a lengthy and pervasive sense of unrest blanketing almost all aspects of American life.  We have protests occurring on the daily, focusing on racial injustice, police brutality, and more.  Some of these demonstrations are unfortunately falling victim to extremists and agitators, however, who use the cover of the crowd to incite violence and mayhem.  These are your neo-Confederates, anarchists, Antifa, etc.

Of course, the mainstream media is lapping it up, knowing full well that this sort of violence and anarchy only helps to drive ratings and commercial ad buys.  They’ve long stoked these fires subliminally on account of this.

But now, there’s nothing subtle about it.

With a number of Democrat-run cities already ravaged by “unrest in the streets,” Squad Member Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) got on national television and called for more — and MSNBC anchor Tiffany Cross agreed with her.

“There needs to be unrest in the streets for as long as there’s unrest in our lives, and unfortunately, there’s plenty to go around,” Pressley told MSNBC over the weekend.

To which the MSNBC anchor responded with, “I have no retort to that. That is certainly accurate.”

And of course Cross wasn’t going to argue with that:  This is what the mainstream media machine runs on.  This fracas is their fuel.  They navigate these uncertain times not by map, or even via the stars.  Instead, they just follow the soft glow of urban arson to their next location, beaming the literally and figuratively incendiary pictures right back into our homes.


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