MONDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2019
Trump’s 1,039th Day In Office
Maybe You Could Even Apply For A Job As A Whistleblower Video Reviewer
At today’s meeting of the Conservative Agenda, Political Insiders were asking Beloved Whistleblower Publisher Charles Foster Kane who was responsible for choosing the Whistleblower Video of the Day seen at the bottom of many Whistleblower-Newswire web pages. “Many people are involved,” Kane explained. “Persons of Consequences who read The Blower send us a lot of the videos we use.”
Some of the other points Kane added included:
Most all of the media web pages feature videos these days, because they’re an important part of telling the story, and most of those videos include advertising, but The Blower’s been using videos without advertising since before the turn of the Twenty-First Century.
Videos are an important part of political campaigns, because they can be made quickly to respond to current events, they’re relatively inexpensive to create, and a lot of people might see those videos on TV News Programs and Social Media for FREE. When a video goes “Viral,” gazillions of people see it, and hopefully talk about it.
Persons of Consequence who subscribe to The Blower send us lots of videos. Our interns compete for the chance to be our Video Reviewer each day. Videos can be on any subject (not just politics), and the top three choices for that day are turned over to our Beloved Publisher to select the Whistleblower Video of the Day.
For example, Here Are Top Three Recommended Videos For A Slow News Day.
The first was produced by Hollywood comedy legend David Zucker (“Airplane,” “Scary Movie,” “Naked Gun” films among many others) who wrote and produced this hilarious spoof on the disastrous Iran Nuclear Deal. In his trademark style, Zucker skewers the deal’s primary architects – President Obama, Hillary Clinton and John Kerry warns of the possible “Side Effects” that may result from the absurd agreement.
Second, is the “Obama Bumper Sticker Removal Kit” that one of our Faux Facebook Friends sent us last night. It’s probably more than six years old and has been seen by at least 3,046,582 viewers.
And Third is “Flying Over America.” Patriotic Americans have been watching it for years, too.
If you were applying for a job as a Whistleblower Video Reviewer, tell us which one of these videos you would recommend today and why.