Cable News Has Become Unwatchable
I guess this is why no one watches them.
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Even wounded and even dead, these two guys accomplished a lot after what they accomplished in the bombing. They then shut the city down for a day. As it turned out, a wounded 19-year-old hiding under a tarp in a guy’s boat in the backyard that was only discovered because the guy is an evil smoker, had people locked in their homes, cowering in the corners. The authorities saying, “Don’t go outside. Don’t venture out. Stay at home. Don’t leave the hotel. We’re gonna cancel the hockey game and the baseball game. Stay where you are.”
So these guys accomplished quite a lot. And while all this was going on, elected officials were gathered in Washington with another scheme to take even more action on gun control against law-abiding citizens. It went down to defeat, but all those things were happening, simultaneously. And, by the way, new immigration procedures were being discussed, open border amnesty, while the city of Boston was effectively shut down. Now, this Ruth O’Brien, the New York University professorette, this is classic, folks. You realize how far ahead of the game we could be if we could simply instruct citizens into understanding that when they watch the news they’re just watching the liberal agenda.
All weekend long — I was in Kansas City for a funeral on Friday. A good friend, Joan Frey, passed away of cancer. She was George Brett’s gal Friday. She did everything. George was called up at age 20 by the Royals. He met Joanie and Joanie took over all the things in his life that would allow him to stay focused on baseball, and she became a good friend to everybody. Joanie, I met her even before I started working for the Royals. These are my peon days, and Joanie had no reason to give me the time of day, but she did. And if you were a friend of one of her best friends, you were her best friend. You automatically were trusted, and you were welcomed in. I met people I wouldn’t have met had I not met Joanie. She was just classy. Funny, she had quirks that everybody was remembering and laughing at at the memorial, which was Friday afternoon in Mission Hills, Kansas.