Tell Me You’ve Been Gaslighting Me Without Telling Me You’ve Been Gaslighting Me

There was record turnout in Georgia’s primary elections yesterday. Record. Turnout. The New York Post goes easy on the left, headlining their story “Georgia sees record early voter turnout despite Dems’ carping over new election law.” Carping? Carping? Here’s a Fox News montage of leftists “carping” about the law while it was still a bill….

Much Too Little, Much Too Late

Mikkel Danielsen is Berlingske Tidende’s USA correspondent. I don’t know how I missed it, but on April 4 he actually came across with the goods on Hunter Biden—and that’s a full six days before I wrote my post about the “ongoing silence.” I screwed up. There was at least one story in the Danish media…

The Curious Case of Carlson

“This was the story of Howard Beale,” announces the narrator at the start of the movie Network, “the first known instance of a man who was killed because he had lousy ratings.” Apparently the only thing more dangerous than lousy ratings is excellent ratings. Tucker Carlson is by far the most popular host on American cable…

Failure in the Passive Voice

Now we’re getting somewhere. Mikkel Danielsen appears to be waking up to reality over at Berlingske: Joe Biden is struck by a big downturn: “it’s alarming”Mikkel Danielsen, Berlingske.dk, Oct 13 There’s no real news in this long article: Biden’s poll numbers have been declining since early August, his Afghanistan fiasco was two months ago, there’s…

The Joe Show

Berlingske published a Mikkel Danielsen piece today entitled “Analysis: Joe Biden risks becoming a mediocre president. He has to save his reputation this week.” I could easily spin off a thousand words on the absurdity of the headline alone (he risks becoming a mediocre president?). Joe Biden was a mediocre senator and a mediocre vice…