Bette Midler, the washed-up Hollywood actor and singer, warned us a couple days ago that they’re out to deceive and mislead us with “malicious content.” So imperative is her message, Midler posted it in all-caps, the textual equivalent to screaming.
MALICIOUS CONTENT IS COMING YOUR WAY; BE CAREFUL. MUCH OF WHAT WINDS UP ON YOUR COMPUTER WILL BE GENERATED BY RUSSIANS, CHINESE, KAZAKS, SAUDIS; BOTS GOING 24/7 TO CONFUSE AND FRIGHTEN YOU. IT MIGHT BE A GOOD IDEA NOT TO LOOK AT ANY OF IT. TAKE ALL WITH A #GRAINOFSALT.
— bettemidler (@BetteMidler) December 21, 2019
The Hollywood elite, wealthy and liberal, insist you believe without question the fact-free idea Russia, China, and—out in left field, according to Midler—mysterious “Kazaks” are working together to undermine “democracy” in America.
I think she means Russian Cossacks. Or maybe she means the Kazakhs of Central Asia. It’s difficult to tell when people so effortlessly slide into delusion, deception, and eagerly buy into lies without question or even suspicion.
Here’s the truth, and I don’t need all-caps to get my point across: this Russian bot nonsense was invented by the elite and adopted by its political class after the surprise election victory of Donald Trump, who fooled millions of people into believing he would end the wars and drain the fetid DC swamp.
Democrats can’t stand the thought of this crony capitalist loudmouth being reelected, so they’re pushing the ludicrous Russian collusion story that should have died with the deflated mess that was the Mueller investigation.
The “impeachment” of Trump is a farce. It will never make it out of the Senate and this will drive Midler—and middle finger and anger management candidate De Niro—and all the other self-deluded libs bonkers.
It is predicted the impeachment farce will have the opposite result of what House Democrats intend—it might work to get Trump reelected.
If that happens, all hell will break loose, and millions suffering from the micro aggressions of political reality will go into the street. It won’t be pretty.