New York Times columnist David Brooks is and has been an avowed enemy of America and the American People, but given him some small measure of credit. He is a rarity among his kind. He’s an honest enemy who has no fear or compunction about boldly stating what his fellow “journalists” should do or how far they should go to destroy America’s future and usher in their Democrat Dystopia. For this mercy should be granted to/upon him.
Recently, Brooks slammed leftist, lamestream media outlets and the Democratic Party for failing to find a winning strategy to sink the popularity of former President Trump and remove him from political discourse. Yes, that is right. Brooks lambasted his fellow anti-American leftists for not using their platforms to destroy our electoral processes and what future there is for American democracy.
Those of us in this establishment correctly identified Trump as a grave threat to American democracy. The task before us was clear. We were never going to shake the hard-core MAGA folks. The job was to peel away independents and those Republicans offended by and exhausted by his antics.
The two most honest and equally chilling and important words in his rant our “the job.” [highlighted in quote] Those two words blatantly and unashamedly tell the world that David Brooks believes that the job of the media is to destroy President Trump and remove him from the political arena. And,by extension, those two words demand that the lamestream media decide who will be allowed in said arena and to hold political office.
To state so openly that the “press” should through any vestige of journalistic ethics aside is amazingly honest of Brooks. It’s rare to see anyone in the media speak the truth instead of hiding behind the lies of being sources of legitimate information and/or unbiased recorders of the events of the world. But, to state something so heinous so easily is also shows an amazing level of entitlement since Brooks obviously believes it safe for him to make such a statement and call to arms for all the world to hear.
And, My Fellow Americans, it’s not a good sign that Brooks feels safe enough to be so honest in public.