DC Elites Prepare Biden Coronation
Episode 115 Sneak Peek
Thanks for joining us last week for a truly special conversation with Marianne Williamson, who’s just launched her 2024 bid for the presidency. Our discussion of key policy items for progressives in the coming presidential race, how leftist candidates can take on Biden’s austerity and broken promises, and hostile media coverage of a working-class political agenda has us thinking about what we’ve learned from the 2020 presidential election — and, of course, how things could be different this time around.
While we asked Marianne about her agenda and vision, the White House and the corporate press treated Marianne’s announcement with mockery and derision. Watch the cackling smug response of White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre here along with Marianne’s response. You can decide for yourself who the “serious” people really are.
Of course the condescension and dismissal of pro-working class ideas is nothing new but it’s a signal that the fight for 2024 is truly joined.
This week we are excited to be joined by Marshall Kosloff of The Realignment podcast. Marshall is also a frequent contributor to Breaking Points where he’s a fan favorite for his nuanced analysis. We can’t wait to hear his take on the current political moment.
Glad you guys pumped the breaks on taking a stance on the lab leak theory. It was the right course of action. Unfortunately, you didn’t do the same w the vaccine and instead, decided up front that criticism of the vaccine was anti-vax. With enough time, I think it will be concluded that ppl such as yourselves had a vaccine blind spot. I mean, like Bill Maher said, why is it that big pharma are such criminals on everything but when it comes to the vaccine, they’re all good. There are so red flags surrounding the vaccine that it warrants skepticism.
Honestly, that was distasteful, but Marianne took the high road like the leader that she is. There will unfortunately be more of the same to come, but we must stay focused and not be too distracted. We must also bear in mind that the distraction is all by design.