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ABC News shills for Kamala Harris

ABC News may be an expert at the arts of deception.  Consider the censoring of a three-year-old report on Jeffrey Epstein that never saw the light of day, revealed by Project Veritas on Tuesday.  And when it comes to promotional puff pieces on 2020 Democrat presidential candidates, ABC News is all in.

I rarely watch anything on the alphabet television channels.  However, earlier this morning at 12:35 A.M., I still had the local ABC TV affiliate on the flat screen with the sound off, having watched the local weather earlier, when ABC Nightline came on.  The venerable 40-year-old program, updated for the era of trending social media — the first segment was on the TikTok social media craze — featured a segment on 2020 Democrat presidential wannabe Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.).

Harris has been struggling of late, and her campaign recently closed its New Hampshire offices and concentrated what remains of its dwindling resources on Iowa in advance of that state’s caucuses on February 3, 2020.

Interesting, then, was ABC News’s take on Harris.  What I saw was essentially a sophisticated, highly produced campaign-style promotional video that immediately took me back to 2008, when the MSM were busy facilitating the rise of Sen. Barack Obama in his successful quest for the presidency.  Warning: puke alert for video-watchers.

In this case, the segment on Harris was apparently part of an ongoing Nightline series on the leading 2020 Democrat candidates — “The Contenders: 2020 @20” — focusing on all of the candidates when they were about twenty years old.  This approach would seem very appealing to Generation Z (a prime target of Democrat ops in advance of the 2020 election), assuming any of them is watching Nightline.

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One Comment

  1. Jack Jack November 8, 2019

    What else is new? She’s toast except maybe for VP. And ABC is ABC. Is anyone going to prosecute anyone for anything relative to this? Nope. Will there be any public discourse that will change any minds? Nope. Net effect: Zero. Everyone can go back to bed now. I’m sure we’re all tired from being “outraged” and have to rest up for the next time.

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