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CNN Trolled | Tree Planted In Spot They Used To Film Trump Golf

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(Via The Daily Wire)

Forget the devastating WikiLeaks report that a New York Times reporter used to feed then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton all the stories the liberal newspaper was going to post ahead of time so she could prep a defense (or create a diversion). No, to CNN, the big story is still President Trump playing golf.

On Saturday, the MSM went nuts with stories about Trump golfing, many noting it was his fifth outing in as many days. Former president Barack Obama, in case you don’t remember, did exactly the same thing during his winter breaks in Hawaii. But he was The Chosen One! This guy’s the devil incarnate!

CNN has been all over Trump’s golf (after downplaying Obama’s 333 rounds during his presidency). Earlier this week, they crept through a hole in some bushes so they could film Trump golfing. Then they moaned like little girls when someone parked a big box truck at their sneak-in point (read this Daily Wire report to find out who parked the truck there).

And now, “The Most Trusted Name In News” has done an entire report — complete with panelists! — on the planting of new trees in the access point to keep people out.

Forget that the hole in the hedges is no doubt a security issue for the president (can you imagine if Fox News had done the same thing with Obama?). CNN sees a massive right-wing conspiracy to prevent the American people from learning the truth — that Trump sometimes plays golf.

“Today, CNN news cameras did not get any video of President Trump playing golf, and here’s why,” CNN host Ana Cabrera reported on Saturday. “Where CNN cameras were once positioned, trees appeared. Yes, new trees are being planted there.”

Then CNN went to the weirdest “expert” panel ever gathered — Republican Andre Bower, former lieutenant governor of South Carolina, and Democrat Michael Nutter, former mayor of Philadelphia. Why these two guys? Because it’s the end of the year and anyone who matters is on vacation.

With her lead-in question, Cabrera said: “If you wanna’ play golf, just golf. What’s with the secrecy?”

The answers from the two “experts” were just too dumb to transcribe (but you can watch it here if you’ve got absolutely nothing else to do). We will note, though, that Nutter called it “tragic.” Tragic.

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Twitter Profile With No Tweets Or Followers Suspended

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New England – A Twitter page for a group called New England Identitarians was temporarily suspended evidently for using the word “Identitarian”. The page had zero followers at the time, and was yet to even make a tweet. In fact, the page was set to private. 

 

Regardless of what you might think of “Identitarian” ideology, most people can agree that the word itself shouldn’t trigger a ban from the public square, which is what social media companies such as Facebook and Twitter are functioning as. The First Amendment was intended to protect the public from government censorship, but in the current day the main medium for public discourse is social media. Practically speaking, there is no difference. It must be lawfully determined if these companies are neutral platforms, or if they function as publishers with editorial judgement. 

 

The same goes for the popular video platform YouTube as well. Formerly known as a free speech medium, it’s now only friendly for what are deemed acceptable opinions. Across all of these sites, “hate speech” is broadly used as an excuse to censor political views that the company doesn’t like, with a strong partisan bias against conservatives. Other free speech friendly social media networks to try are Telegram, Gab, and Parlor. An up-and-coming alternative to YouTube is BitChute.  For livestreaming, there’s D’Live. Perhaps it’s time that we all begin to migrate away from the tyrannical mainstream sites. 

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The Digital Drug Being Used to Self-Medicate

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Pornography – The Digital Drug

 

Addiction, withdrawal, trauma, desensitization. 

 

Destroying relationships with the people around you. 

This includes, but is not limited to: family, friends, and your spouse. 

 

Degrading your morality. 

Harming your health; mentally, physically, emotionally. 

Slowly deteriorating your soul & spirit. 

 

I understand that to a common reader, this may sound a bit extreme. This may sound like something you would have seen on posters outside of a Heavy Metal concert during the “Satanic Panic” from the 1970’s to the 1990’s. The Baby Boomers reading know exactly what I’m talking about. As for my fellow Zoomers, this is simply the culture you’ve been thrown into. While I am completely aware of the overtly Puritanical tone of this piece, it is unfortunately a tragic reality for millions of people in our Nation. 

According to Kirsten Andersen of LifeSiteNews, “Porn activates the same addiction centres in the brain as alcohol and heroin.” While this fact is startling, I don’t even need to come at this from a moralist, religious, or traditionalist perspective. The fact of the matter is, pornography is horrible for the developing (and already developed) mind. Why else, after dopamine is released from viewing it, do you feel ashamed after watching porn? This is because you know inherently that something is not right. Dopamine is known as the “feel-good” chemical of the brain, yet the vicious cycle that a dependency on pornography inflicts upon you, often results in the opposite. Over time, your consumption of the multi-billion dollar a year industry will lead to lower dopamine levels while viewing. This lowering of dopamine levels often leads the viewer to search for more “hardcore” (often violent and degrading) videos. Much like how people can fall back on booze, pills, or marijuana as tools of self-medication, pornography can also be used as a scapegoat to very real problems. These problems include: anxiety, insecurity, depression, body-image issues, and relationship problems. 

Speaking anecdotally, I have heard the argument that “porn isn’t addicting, but the power structures of it is.” I would refute this in a simple way. The porn consumer, whether they want to take on “the dominant” or “the submissive” role in the video, shows that those power structures come from the sex acts themselves. It is well known that sex can become an intense addiction, so much so that it has its own terms for both men and women. Satyriasis is the “uncontrollable or excessive sexual desire in a man” while Nymphomania is the “uncontrollable or excessive sexual desire in a woman.”  The reality is that pornography can become an addiction through the lense of a “digital satyriasis” for men or a “digital nymphomania” for women.   

When most people think of pornography viewers, the majority of people will make it seem like a very male oriented topic, but according to WebRoot, up to one-third of visits to pornographic websites are done by women. The use of pornography is absolutely detrimental to younger, single people. For example, a recent UK Survey found that 44% of males aged 11-16,  who consumed pornography, reported that online pornography gave them ideas about the type of sex they wanted to try. From desensitizing the viewer in exposing them to overly-aggressive sexual acts, pornography also provides incredibly unrealistic body standards for both men, women, boys, and girls. According to Consumer statistics from NCOSE, “64% of young people, aged 13-24, actively seek out pornography at least weekly, if not more often than that.” 

This statistic is significant because from the ages of roughly 13-17, young people are still trying to find themselves. From roughly 18-20, young people are building relationships in regard to a social circle, interest groups, and employment. From 21-24, young people should start getting serious about finding a viable career, getting into committed relationships for the plan of marriage, and family planning. The detriments of pornography throw off this cycle that has been in effect for the past 2 generations. Before these societal norms, the age group for the aforementioned 21-24 may have been reverted to the 18-20 years of age group.

While it is quite apparent the effects that pornography has on younger people in our nation, the outcomes it imposes on married couples and their families is equally worrysome. According to TIME, “Married people who start watching porn are twice as likely to be divorced in the the following years as those who don’t. And women who start watching porn are three times as likely to split, according to a working paper presented at the American Sociological Association on Aug. 22.” This divides families, fragments the future generation, and the conclusion of the results becomes harmful to society as a whole. Researcher Patrick Fagan Ph.D, conducted a study and found that an astonishing 56% of divorces had one partner with an obsessive interest in porn. 

In my honest opinion, I believe that our culture has become increasingly hypersexualized. It seems like you can’t turn on a film created in the past ten years without witnessing (an often pointless) sex scene. The intimacy and love connected to a committed relationship involves much more than sexual acts. It involves sacrifice, struggle, honesty, and trust. I’m not writing this to shame you. I’m not writing this as a holier-than-thou stance. I’m not a radical individualist. 

I want to see families thrive. I want communities to grow with social cohesion and a sense of belonging. Whether apparent to them now or not, people need help. Men, and women. Young, and old. I see this as nothing more than an important way of broadening the discussions that should be taking place in our discourse.

 

Reject shame. 

Reject emptiness.

Reject addiction.

Reject loneliness. 

Reject the digital drug

This is much more revolutionary than you think. 

 

More resources:

  • https://fightthenewdrug.org/

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Aaron Calvin’s Disgusting Twitter History Shows A Perfect Hypocrite After Writing ‘Hit Piece’ on Carson King

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Aaron Calvin has been revealed as the journalist behind the Des Moines Register article in which they dug up a tweet from Carson King, when he was just 16; a man famous for raising money at the University of Iowa Children’s Hospital.

Shortly after Aaaron’s Twitter history has been revealed to have much worse than anything Carson King has ever referred to as a joke from a Comedy Central show, Tosh.0.

Take a look at Aaron’s Past tweet’s below, he’s since locked his account and the Des Moines Register has said they’re “investigating”:

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