It’s about presidential politics.
It’s called Presidential Campaign makes it to Montana, finally.
I go to this site most days and see if any new shit is up.
Today I was not disappointed, as this post is exceedingly shitty.
It’s about what I’d expect from an anonymous Democratic mouthpiece blog – one that may or may not be paid for by taxpayers, either through the computers its writers use or the people doing the work.
Mainly, we get a lot of hooey.
Let’s dive into it and see what we can see.
Right away in the first line we’re told that “the presidential campaigns have arrived in Montana.”
Goodness…is that news?
I covered the Missoula Bernie Sanders rally way back on May 11…a whopping 26 days ago!
Yes, this is the first mention Cowturd has given that rally, but I think we all know that shit rag was supporting Hillary to the hilt.
In the next paragraph we’re told that all three campaigns have visited the Treasure State, which is interesting, as I didn’t think they’d want to mention Bernie.
Trump is of course up first, and we’re told that the crowd was 5,000 people.
There is no link to confirm this, we’re just supposed to accept that number.
Personally, I think it was closer to the 7,000 that KULR-TV reported, or even the 6,000 that I reported that night, May 26.
So right off the bat we get a direct lie.
Or is that just fudging it a bit?
You know, I never was able to tell the difference…perhaps because I consider telling the truth to be the best thing.
For Cowturd and their followers, however, being led in the direction they want to go will always be more important than the truth.
When it comes to Bernie we’re told that he had “probably the largest crowds to greet a candidate since Barack Obama got 7,000 to come see him in 2008.”
Why not just mention that 9,000 came to see Bernie?
Why not mention that?
Oh, that’s right – you kiss Hillary’s ass and worship the ground she walks on.
After that we’re told that “Bill Clinton gave a talk in Billings in late May on Hillary’s behalf.”
Again, why not just tell us that 500 people showed up, why not tell us that?
I guess it’s because it makes Hillary look bad.
So not only will MT Cowturd fudge the truth/lie in order to make us think better of Hillary, the writers of the site will also withhold information that might make us think differently.
Just say how many people attended, alright? Most of the people reading your site will know this anyways, will know how pathetic Bill’s “rally” actually was.
Next up Cowturd tells us that “the candidates are not only trying to win the state but also woo the superdelegates.
Did you mean the 6 or so Montana super delegates that sold their vote to the Victory for Hillary Fund for $64,100 way back in August 2015…5 months before the first primary vote was even cast?
I guess that’s who the site means.
We’re then told that Cowturd has not seen “any polling in Montana since December, when Clinton led comfortably 47-30.”
My goodness, that’s the polling you’re going to give us? Nothing about Hillary losing every which way ‘till Tuesday against Trump?
Oh, that’s right – wouldn’t play into the narrative that Hillary is good, Bernie/Trump is bad.
We’re then told that “that poll was taken at a time when Sanders was not seen as a serious candidate.”
After that Cowturd mentions that “Sanders must have a comfortable lead right now” the way the primaries have gone.
Yeah, no shit.
We know Bernie is killing it, and he’ll kill it in Montana tomorrow. The 'polls' were the fucking crowds that showed up at their events, you dimwit!
Remember, Hillary doesn’t even think us important enough to come here.
Next up Cowturd tells us that it’s odd to see Bernie “filling up stadiums” and that this “surely” makes it the “strangest presidential campaign in modern times.”
Yeah, I guess to a bunch of brown-nosing ass-kissers like the folks at Cowturd – those that have to make their living off of your tax dollars because they don’t have the skills to make it in the private sector – this sounds awfully good.
The writers at Cowturd can’t understand how someone talking about workers issues, struggling families, and student debt could inspire thousands of people to come out.
Remember, though, these are the kinds of assholes that go to Brian Schweitzer’s massive house on Georgetown Lake on a Sunday so they can raise more corporate money, feel good about themselves in the process.
Meanwhile you and I and our families continue to suffer in a country and a state that no longer cares about us…if they ever did.
After this the Democratic mouthpiece of the state tells us that Bernie is trying to get as many delegates as he can to “try and force some type of debate or contest at the Convention in July.”
Yes, Cowturd…this is how politics works. People run in primaries and gather delegates and then go to the convention to make their case.
I know this gets in the way of a monarchy and how that form of government has coronations, but hot damn, we’re still America here.
Next we’re told that Sanders doesn’t have the math to win and that there’d need to be a “major incident” for Bernie to get the nod.
I think we all know what that incident is – the email scandal.
Maybe it’ll be the Clinton Foundation. Hell, I covered them both back in September. Either way, Bernie’s got about 5 to 6 weeks for Hillary’s shit to hit the fan.
Cowturd tells us that if Bernie doesn’t win in California tomorrow, “we can assume a swift end to the contest.”
The site is smart enough to admit that “if he upsets Clinton, anything goes.”
I wish our corporate media had the same stance but they’ve made it plain they’ll be calling the nomination before voting in California even ends.
In the last paragraph Cowturd gets a bit more philosophical.
“Trump and Sanders created genuine movements in this election. Trump will have an energized base of hateful morons…Bernie’s movement is young people and progressives.”
Notice the mistake of calling Bernie by his first name.
I’d imagine it’s Steve and Denise and Linda and Monica in the capitol when Cowturd’s at work…why not a little more familiarity with Bernie and Hillary?
So we had a bit of a slip-up there…nothing big.
It's just that I and many others wait for those slip-ups, wait for them eagerly.
It's one of the hassles of hiding behind an anonymous name - we always want to know who's doing the bad-talking, who doesn't have the balls to say it to our face, looking us in they eye.
That's what using your real name is, and some of us do it.
After that we’re told that Bernie is inspiring young people and progressives but also that “Bernie’s campaign has also in many ways been aimed at Hillary Clinton.”
Maybe we had two writers work on this one and this last paragraph is a copy/paste job.
In the last sentence we’re told that Hillary will “have to work to bring Bernie’s supporters into the November contest and might pick out Elizabeth Warren as a running-mate.”
Personally, I can’t think of one thing that Liz Warren has done to help my life here in Montana…but that’s just me.
I’m also not a fan of how deep Emily’s List has their hooks in her. That’ll be good for D.C.-tainted Nancy Keenan, however, when ass-kissing time comes.
Oh, the Montana Democrats…such a pathetic bunch.
They can’t win.
We’ll talk about that in-depth tomorrow night when we analyze the Hi-Line and eastern Montana votes (did you think the MT media was going to do it...Cowturd perhaps? Ha!)
Yes, it’ll be clear how bad Democrats are doing in those areas around 9 PM tomorrow night.
Montana Democrats do not care about this.
Those areas have been written off, and unfortunately, the statehouse with ‘em.
That’s why there’s such a hard-on for Bullock – without the veto pen Montana Democrats’ worst nightmares would come true.
Well, for you and I…our lives will remain the same. Struggling with bills, low pay, lack of retirement, shitty healthcare, and a monumental loss of hope.
For those rich Montana Democrats up there at the oppulent house on the lake, however, nothing could be better.
The corporate money is rolling in, Bullock can stonewall the press about his staff’s DGA contributions, and we never have to worry about seeing a schedule for the governor (let’s just assume he’s working 40 hours a week).
No, for the cream of the crop and the foam on top, things are great.
I imagine MT Cowturd will try to keep them that way.
In other words, expect a lot of pro-Hillary posts, lots of anti-Trump posts, and about as many Gianforte blooper-reel-style fuck-ups as you can handle.
We’ve got 5 months to go, folks.
We’re just getting started.