OAN reporter lets Giuliani open up on Biden
The Deep State is the "administrative state," the federal bureaucracy; it's the permanent government, AKA "the swamp." And when it comes to those who make up the Deep State, the "wheels of justice turn slowly"...exceedingly slowly, if indeed they turn at all.
For the last more than three years, Sean Hannity's program on Fox News has focused on the complex of Deep State scandals centering on the 2016 campaign and its aftermath. The scandals include FISAgate, Spygate, Ukrainegate, and "gates" we may not even know about. So one waits for a little justice to be dealt to the Deep State malefactors who have abused the public trust and who have prima facie broken the law. Regularly we've been told that this or that new bit of evidence is "huge" and we've been assured that some swamp creature is soon going to be frog-marched in to be fingerprinted. But nothing happens.
Given the frustration of waiting for justice, I started tuning in to Kennedy on Fox Business opposite Hannity. But during the Wuhan virus shutdown, FBN hasn't been airing Kennedy, so I started watching Tipping Point with Liz Wheeler on OAN (One America News), a network that I hadn't watched. Liz's show is terrific, but that's not what this blog post is about. It's about another OAN journalist whom I just discovered: White House correspondent Chanel Rion.
If you've been watching the daily White House press conferences during the shutdown, you may have noticed that President Trump occasionally points to the back row as he intones, "OAN." That's when you'll hear from Ms. Rion. (She shouldn't be in the back.) During the Q&A after the press briefing on April 27, Pres. Trump called on Rion, who asked this:
Mr. President, thank you. I'd like to switch gears and talk about General Flynn. There are reports circulating now that he may well be fully exonerated this week. If that were — if that were the case, is there any reason why you would not bring him back into the administration?
The president did not answer the question, but rather heaped praise on General Flynn and commented on the "disgrace" of his treatment at the hands of the FBI. The other day, Fox News's Greg Gutfeld threw out the idea that Gen. Flynn should be made director of the FBI. (I wish I had thought up that delicious irony.)
Anyway, now that Joe Biden looks to be the Democrat nominee for president, it's time to revisit his Ukraine connections, impeachment, and all the other squalor the Democrats have made America suffer through. And so I give you the following three videos that make up an investigative series by Chanel Rion. Yes, it's a lot to listen to, but Rion presents the material in a most compelling way.
Jon N. Hall of ULTRACON OPINION is a programmer from Kansas City.