Remember during the presidential campaign between Barack Obama and John McCain when a Freudian slip revealed that Obama was of Muslim faith?
He was quickly corrected by Clinton family pet, George Stephanopoulos.
It’s those kinds of candid moments that are so rare for a Liberal, but which we Conservatives savor. We are constantly looking for some little hint of humanity in a Leftist, like emotions in a Vulcan.
Often, we are so wrapped up in trying to bring down the Progressive insanity, that we forget to sit back and watch the Progressives screw THEMSELVES over. It happens quite a bit, too.
An example of the mainstream media admitting to a charge leveled at them has finally occurred:
The San Francisco Chronicle, no friend to President Donald Trump of course, has admitted partial truth about an issue that has been announced all over Right-Wing media and ignored by the MSM.
“Despite the left’s attempt to deny it, some anti-Trump protesters are indeed paid to show up — including those from a growing number of tech companies who are paying their employees to participate in anti-Trump rallies.
The San Francisco Chronicle reported on Saturday, in an article titled ‘Bay Area demonstrators may be paid to protest, by employers,’ that the ‘common accusation lobbed at liberal protesters’ that ‘they’re being paid to protest”’is at least partially based in fact.
According to the Chronicle, ‘an increasing number of companies have unveiled policies that allow employees to take paid time off work for political or civic activities, such as protesting, canvassing, voting, volunteering or even running for office.'”
Referred to as “Days of Action,” Leftist owners of tech companies in California are more inclined to give their employees pay for showing up at rallies than volunteering to read to terminal children in the hospital.
Normal employers in other parts of the world punish their employees for skipping work. But in California, they’re encouraged to be as unproductive as humanly possible.
Do you suppose the IRS will be investigating those CA companies for inconsistencies in their tax returns?