What’s interesting, and also alarming re it’s implications, about this GA senate runoff race now happening down there this past year, is that nationally pretty much everyone has seen the name and face of Herschel Walker a ZILLION times, knows everything about the most minute details of his life and him i.e. what a corrupt duplicitous slippery scumbag weasel he seems to be, and yet I’d bet a good 90% of Americans on a national level couldn’t picture his democratic opponent Warnock’s face if asked to, let alone recount anything about him personally or his political platform.
Bigger picture, what it seems to imply is that the American media — long past researching or reporting “news” (those days are decades behind us (PBS NPR Reuters and AP excepting) — now focuses the majority of its resources on covering and promoting anything and everything that smells of “juicy bad gossip”, troublesome rumors, potential corruption, controversy, personal and familial problems, and anything potentially disturbing or offensive in any way.
Personally I had to look Warnock up to be reminded of what he even looks like. Whereas I’ve seen walkers face a hundred times this past year, 100% of the time because something disturbing, deceitful or unsavory was being promoted by one media source or another about the man.
We all know what this implies. It’s a much discussed topic in the United States, has been for years; and one of the most disturbing societal trends the American people face if we are ever going to evolve to a truly honorable human civilization.
Still plenty to explore there. More later.