Joyanna Adams

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The Walking Dead VS Miss Christmas

Nobody’s Opinion

I was flipping between two channels on my cable tonight: The Walking Dead and Miss Christmas on the Hallmark channel.

The contrast of the two channels in comparison is so remarkable, it reminds me of the state of America right now: On the Walking Dead channel, we have Antifa, Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, CNN, MSNBC, The New York Times, George Soros, Weinstein, Obama, Spacey, Mueller, ISIS, BLM, the Bush family, John McCain…. all the zombies stirring up the pot of hatred and vicious revenge…enough to cause another man to go crazy and gun down 26 lives in a church today.

On the Hallmark channel, we have the millions of Americans who are just trying to stay afloat…working long hours, mom and dad spending time with their kids, taking care of ageing parents, trying to go about as if nothing has changed…and zombies do not live around the corner waiting to rob them.

They are buying Christmas ornaments, baking pies, eating out when they can, and staying hunkered inside their houses, where they can watch Hallmark and try to hold on to the traditions of Christmas and all that is good.

But it’s not all good. On Hallmark, small time love and joy of Christmas is blazing. Around my little neighborhood, you have to travel far to see Christmas lights in any of the stores.

America, has changed. And not just a little.

Among the Walking Dead best stars, are boys in the NFL, and the drug lords who dwell in dark neighborhoods and kill nightly for sport in democratic run-down cities.

Hallmark Americans stand in disbelief as X Presidents write books trying to take out a President whom the people voted in, to bring back the Hallmark Channel.

Don’t get me wrong…there are good people in the Walking Dead. But it’s a dark, hopeless world, where nobody is safe. And you get the feeling that not too many people in D.C. care about the people who have to live in that world.

I watched a HBO Stephen King movie today, and it was so damn depressing and such a boring story, it left me not wanting to do a thing today but lay around. It was about a farmer who murdered his wife so he could keep her land. Pretty dark.

Stephen has been a dark soul wandering with the Walking Dead for much too long. I often wonder if he has any joy in his life whatsoever. He’s already calling for “gun” control.

But, here’s some good news: The King of Saudi Arabia cleaned house. He arrested the crooks in his government:

Tell me, WHY can’t we do the same here?

From Brietbart:

Another significant development tied to Clinton’s downfall is the sudden purge of corrupt royalty in Saudi Arabia by King Salman, including ten princes and 38 senior cabinet members.

Among the royals arrested was billionaire and Clinton Foundation donor Al-Waleed bin Talal, best known for picking a fight with Trump on Twitter during the 2016 Presidential Election.

Saudi Arabia’s purge of pro-Clinton royalty like bin Talal is more evidence that the old guard establishment is finished with the Clinton/Bush machine because their brand of globalism is failing.

And that’s why the Bushes and the Clintons are desperately trying to hold on to their power in the world.

The Bushes say they are the last of the GOP?

No, Ronald Reagan was the last. Their last attempt to keep their name polished like some Northern Star in the Bush Biblical sky is at most: almost as sad as Hillary trying to pretend she’s President.

President Trump approved of the King taking sweeping control of the corruption in the House of Saud:

He tweeted this:

Dopey Prince @Alwaleed_Talal wants to control our U.S. politicians with daddy’s money. Can’t do it when I get elected. #Trump2016
9:53 PM – Dec 11, 2015

Which in itself, is a comment that reminds me that a star usually appears in the darkest of nights.

We have a bright shining star as President. Now all we need is to start hanging up those Christmas lights.

Hallmark is not going to just appear on its’ own. We must ALL stay tuned in.

November 5, 2017 Posted by | American Culture, Uncategorized | , , , | Leave a comment

   

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