It finally happened. The tension that has been mounting for YEARS now came to a head on January 6th, when a mishmash of Americans (mostly Trump Supporters) stormed the United States Capitol Building, spurred by the belief that our democracy was being stolen.

And to be fair, it just may have been.

There are MILLIONS of pieces of evidence of voter fraud that, at the very least, warrant a full-scale investigation—but the Deep State machine refuses to lift a finger to do anything.

Funny how they can spend three years and millions of dollars investigating Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia, but they can’t spend two months investigating whether the 2020 election was legitimate.

If I were on the Left (and I’m most assuredly not), I would WANT the investigation. Bring it on! If Biden won fair and square, let’s prove it and throw it back in the faces of all his critics.

But that’s not happening.

And that’s the problem. NOTHING is happening. No investigations, no commissions, no hearings. They’re doing NOTHING, and yet they wonder why people are angry?

There Is Somebody To Blame… And It Ain’t Trump

However, as problematic as this is, believe it or not, I’m not blaming the politicians or the Deep State for not starting investigations.

They’re politicians. Their whole existence requires them to hold onto power for as long as possible by any means necessary. It shouldn’t be a shock that these bottom-feeders aren’t doing anything to ensure fair and safe elections.

No, if there is one person—or better yet, one group—to blame, it’s the mainstream media.

But how can we blame them and not the people refusing to lift a finger to investigate the possibility that the election was stolen?

Well, it comes down to their partisanship.

The mainstream media WAS the Fourth Estate.

Their job was to be the American citizen’s check and balance on the government, intended to hold ALL politicians accountable for their words and actions.

They stopped doing that a long time ago.

The media has focused so much on Donald Trump that they’ve forgotten there are HUNDREDS of other people that deserve their attention as well. The media should not be giving politicians a pass just because they have a “D” next to their name.

But that’s exactly what they’re doing because they’ve stopped worrying about the truth.

The Truth Isn’t The TRUTH Anymore

Somewhere along the way—most notably in the past decade—the mainstream media has moved away from the truth in favor of pursuing profits.

The truth doesn’t sell anymore, but sensationalism does—and there is nothing more sensational than the outrage of offended people.

They (meaning the mainstream media and their parent corporations) would rather get clicks, likes, views, and sales than show even the most basic journalistic integrity. At this point, they don’t even try to use hard-hitting reporting to keep our politicians honest.

They’ve sold out the truth to the almighty dollar, surrendering to globalists looking to make America weak so they can create a New World Order. That’s a goal they absolutely cannot accomplish with a strong America.

If we’re going to blame anyone for what’s going on, we need to blame the people who were supposed to be our protection from tyranny and partisanship.

They’re supposed to be our last line of defense against falling into authoritarianism, but their bottom line has become more important than THE bottom line.

This is why Trump called them the “enemy of the people”—and he was right in doing so.

If they don’t have America’s best interests at heart, they’re not our friend—and if they’re not our friend, they’re not helping us; they’re hurting us.

Who hurts you?

A friend or an enemy?

Once you answer that question, you’ll know who’s to blame for ALL the riots, not just what happened at Capitol Hill…

And it ain’t Donald Trump.


“There are three estates in Parliament but in the Reporters’ Gallery yonder there sits a Fourth Estate more important far than they all. It is not a figure of speech or witty saying, it is a literal fact, very momentous to us in these times.” – Edmond Burke