THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 2017
Usually, We’re Just “Bad News Bearers”
Sometimes when The Blower reports about an event, we wonder just how newsworthy that item really was, but usually within days, 18 other Conservative Web Pages run the same item, so it pretty much validated our “news judgment.”
After all, since The Blower is the Conservative publication of record for all the political scrambling, speculation, mud-slinging, and back-stabbing anywhere we find it, members of The Conservative Agenda know to expect nothing less.
Take, for example, Bluegrass Bureau Chief Ken CamBoo’s report yesterday about Kentucky Secretary of State Allison Wondergams Grimes’ “Notice-of-Violation Letter” from Judicial Watch for having counties in Northern Kentucky like Boondoggle and Kenton where the number of registered voters exceeds the number of voting-age citizens, as calculated by the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2011-2015 American Community Survey.
After The Blower ran that story, the Daily Caller said:
The Washington Free Beacon said
AMMO Land said
And Sputnik International Said
So Why Didn’t We See A Story In The Fishwrap about the number of registered voters exceeding the number of voting-age citizens in Boondoggle and Kenton Counties in Northern Kentucky?
Maybe It was because there was no mention of how hard it was for Poor Black People to get Voter IDs