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Apr 29 2021

USA Today Retroactively Edits Op-ed to Help Stacey Abrams

Winston Smith is alive and well and working at USA Today, revising previously published pieces so that they serve the current interests of the ruling party:

USA Today appeared to have bizarrely allowed retroactive edits of an op-ed written by prominent Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams in an effort to water down her previous justification for boycotts after MLB moved its All-Star Game from Atlanta.

An outfit associated with Abrams was directly involved in bullying the MLB into moving the game as part of a campaign to lay the groundwork for HR1, which will establish systemic voter fraud on a national basis, obviating the need for Democrats to worry about voters.

“The impassioned response to the racist, classist bill that is now the law of Georgia is to boycott in order to achieve change,” Abrams originally wrote. “Events hosted by major league baseball, world class soccer, college sports and dozens of Hollywood films hang in the balance. At the same time, activists urge Georgians to swear off of hometown products to express our outrage. Until we hear clear, unequivocal statements that show Georgia-based companies get what’s at stake, I can’t argue with an individual’s choice to opt for their competition.”

Georgians were infuriated by the cost of her hardball politics in terms of lost revenue. Until HR1 is the law, Democrats still need to take the public’s feelings into account. So the editorial was retroactively revised.

“The impassioned (and understandable) response to the racist, classist bill that is now the law of Georgia is to boycott in order to achieve change. Events that can bring millions of dollars to struggling families hang in the balance. Major League Baseball pulled both its All-Star Game and its draft from Georgia, which could cost our state nearly $100 million in lost revenue,” Abrams’ revisions read. “Rather than accept responsibility for their craven actions, Republican leaders blame me and others who have championed voting rights (and actually read the bill). Their faux outrage is designed to hide the fact that they prioritized making it harder for people of color to vote over the economic well-being of all Georgians. To add to the injury, the failed former president is now calling for cancellation of baseball as the national pastime.”

The new national pastime is race-baiting. Power-hungry Democrats like Abrams are so good at it, they can convince the gullible that even preventing election fraud is racist. A second new national pastime is revising the past to benefit the Democratic Party.

Her revised op-ed adds, “Instead of a boycott, I strongly urge other events and productions to do business in Georgia and speak out against our law and similar proposals in other states.”

Media outlets and Twitter then used the revised version to “fact check” Republicans who noted her culpability for damaging boycotts of her own state.

After USA Today was called on its Orwellian attempt to control the future by changing the past, it altered the op-ed again by adding a note admitting that it had been revised.

When leftists have finished consolidating control of the Internet, once the past has been altered, no one will be in a position to call attention to it. The web of lies comprising the liberal narrative will serve as “reality.”

Abrams once burned the Georgia flag on the steps of the state capitol. But in the near future, that event will never have occurred — unless it having occurred benefits the Party.

On a tip from ABC of the ANC. Hat tip: Twitchy.


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