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Charlie Daniels: Us Hicks Out in Flyover Country Have Learned to Read Between the Lines

Charlie Daniels
By Charlie Daniels | August 1, 2017 | 9:44 AM EDT

American multi-instrumentalist, actor, lyricist, and singer, known for his contributions to country, bluegrass, and Southern rock music Charlie Daniels.

Since the Debbie Wasserman Shultz-Awan connection has come to light I have watched to see if it would be given a fair outing in the mainstream media, and so far, I have heard nary a mention.

Are the reported allegations that a United States Congresswoman and former head of the DNC continued to pay the salary of a Pakistani IT expert long after he had been denied access to congressional computers – in fact right up to the point when he was arrested by the FBI at an international airport trying to leave the country – of no interest to the mainstream media?

Is this situation not newsworthy?

Does the fact that Loretta Lynch, when she was Attorney General, met in private with the husband of a person her department had under investigation, and the fact that she told the director of the FBI, an employee under her supervision, to soften the rhetoric concerning the investigation of that same person not need to be proclaimed long and loud?

There is ample evidence, first hand evidence concerning the lax, incompetent handling of the debacle in Benghazi that resulted in the deaths of four Americans. Now, if I can find this out, can somebody tell me how all the hotshot “investigative reporters” continue to miss it?

One of the most horrendous torture, rape and murders of a couple took place in Knoxville, Tennessee a few years ago. I live in Tennessee and learned about the incident on the internet. A murder of nightmarish proportions, at least as bad as anything the Manson gang did to their victims, a case that should have attracted all the networks and major newspapers, and it barely received any attention outside of the local media.

It was a black on white crime and didn’t fit the narrative, I guess.

While most of the media in America are straining every nerve to glean the slightest Russia-Trump connection, there exists in their archives video with sound of Barack Obama sending a politically loaded message to Vladimir Putin, asking for favorable treatment until after his election when he would have more flexibly.

Is this not a promise of quid pro quo?

And is this not asking the Russians to help tilt an election?

And how about Hillary’s uranium give away, over thirty thousand missing emails, the collusion of the Democratic Party to favor her and make sure Bernie Sanders didn’t have a chance?

And what ever happened to Lois Lerner and the alleged IRS criminal activity? After Lerner pled the Fifth, it seems the whole thing just kind of went away, unsolved and unresolved. Isn’t this gross miscarriage of justice worthy of media pressure to make congress pursue it until all the players are identified, how high it went and just how rotten it was?

And how about Fast and Furious? How about the fact that Obama DOJ sealed the documents that could have proven, at the very least, gross negligence on his Attorney General Eric Holder? People died as a result of his juvenile folly. Do they not deserve justice as much as the ultra-partisan connected lawyer who caused it?

Why isn’t the media screaming for the release of this evidence?

Why?

Simple, the preponderance of American mainstream media are not really news organizations, not in the truest sense of the word. Rather, they are left-leaning propaganda machines, supporting the political candidates and causes they favor, championing issues like global warming without examining the very real science that refutes it and slow walking – or if possible – omitting altogether news items that go against their agenda.

The majority are globalists and socialists, and many are ideologues who don’t like America very much. Many want to water down the native population by lax immigration and mass influx of refugees.

The traditionalists and nationalists are ridiculed and belittled, and they’d like nothing better than to see the typical American male become a “pajama boy”-type wuss who keeps his opinion to himself and is apologetic about even being born with male genitalia.

Well y’all, us hicks out here in flyover country have learned to read between the lines and trust you about as far as a grasshopper could move The New York Times building.

You should have found that out in the last election. And don’t feel bad that Hillary lost. It sure wasn’t your fault. You gave it your all.

Where I come from, we are thankful for the difference between men and women, we still cling to our God and our guns, and we like America just fine the way it is. We believe in working for a living, raising our children to respect the flag and believe in God, our Creator.

We’ve seen socialism’s dismal failure around the world and want nothing to do with it, and we are in hopes that the current administration can eradicate the dregs left behind by Obama.

We are neither racist, homophobic, misogynistic or any of those other things you accuse us of when we disagree with you.

We support our military, our police, our firemen and everybody else who puts their lives between us and danger.

We don’t want a one world government and if some states can’t bear to live in an America with a president they don’t support, they have our permission to secede.

We send our kids to college to learn how to make a living, not to learn how to be an anarchist or to get a degree in something so obscure they’ll spend the rest of their lives living with their parents or on the welfare doles.

There truly are two sides to every story. It’s a shame we only get to see one.

What do you think?

Pray for our troops, our police and the peace of Jerusalem

God Bless America

Charlie Daniels

Charlie Daniels is a legendary American singer, song writer, guitarist, and fiddler famous for his contributions to country and southern rock music. Daniels has been active as a singer since the early 1950s. He was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry on January 24, 2008.

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