Journalists should be laughed at for thinking they are so smart

Jack Hellner is right — journalists should be laughed at:

Most journalists and other Democrats, who consider themselves smarter and better than anyone who disagrees with them, call us deplorable, irredeemable, sexists, misogynists, xenophobes, homophobes, stupid, and anti-science.

Then, as they denigrate us, they lie to their listeners and readers to say they are the inclusive people who seek to unite us.

Here is just some of the garbage information that journalists tell the public that is not true:

That if Obamacare is passed, you can keep your doctor and your plan, your costs will go down, and the deficit will go down.

That Medicare for all pays for everything with no limits, and costs would go down.

That Obama was tough on dictators as he catered to Russia, Iran, and Cuba throughout his eight years.

That the deaths in Libya were caused by a video.

That the Iran deal that gave a terrorist-sponsoring country access to billions of dollars would make the world safer.

That killing a terrorist general would make the world less safe.

That moving the U.S. embassy in Israel would be very dangerous.

That tax cuts benefit only the rich.

That across-the-board tax cuts costs the government trillions of dollars when the added growth increases revenue.

That higher tax rates always generate more money and don’t slow the economy.

That food stamps and unemployment benefits are good ways to stimulate the economy.

That the Democrats care about income inequality when all their policies seek to transfer money from the rest of us to the wealthy D.C. area.

That you can’t drill your way to energy independence.

That environmentalists are concerned about the environment as they seek to control clear, innocuous, non-pollutant CO2 while they push for an unlimited expansion of the flammable pollutant lithium. Why aren’t they concerned about all the land that solar and wind farms use and how much wildlife wind turbines and solar panels kill?

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