Modern journalism is all about deciding which facts the public shouldn’t know because they might reflect badly on Democrats
Before her Fox News gig, Marie Harf served as director of strategic communications to Secretary of State John Kerry. She also worked for a bit as acting spokesperson and deputy spokesperson of the State Department. She got her start as a CIA analyst on the Middle East, before getting involved in Barack Obama’s 2012 reelection effort. A fully-fledged member of the Revolving Door Community, Harf turned her low-responsibility duties as a bureaucrat and campaign official into a sweet-paying media gig. If anyone knows how the system really works, it’s a beneficiary of it like Harf.
And if the phrase “deep state” suddenly popped into your brain, well, it did into mine, too.
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There are the things everyone knows, but that everyone understands you are never supposed to say out loud. One of the things our ruling “elites” are never supposed to say out loud is exactly how the Washington money-laundering machine really works, even though it’s as obvious as it is simple. Tax dollars go to Washington, where lawmakers and bureaucrats redistribute them to favored entities, who then use some of that money to “influence” lawmakers and bureaucrats to give them more money.
In Washington’s $4 trillion scheme of things, the amounts are relatively small, which means that not only can our lawmakers and bureaucrats be bought, but they can be had for cheap.
With that in mind, huge kudos to Steve Hilton for saying out loud what mustn’t be said. Watch this video, which is the best minute and 41 seconds you’ll spend all day.