When it comes to liberal propaganda rags there are few more open about their reverence for radical leftist sentiment than Rolling Stone Magazine.
The legendary publican rose to national fame by covering classic rock artists in their early years and produced real journalism and commentary on the tumultuous times as well as featured the missives of such literary greats as Hunter S. Thompson among others.
But as the decades rolled on, Rolling Stone became more of a shill for the Democratic Party establishment and is now reduced to reporting on fake campus rape stories while serving as a megaphone for the anti-Trump resistance.
— Rolling Stone (@RollingStone) July 26, 2017
The piece which is entitled “Justin Trudeau: The North Star” is a hagiographic conglomeration of glop, goo and gushing that is so nauseating that even MSNBC’s Chris Hayes wondered if it was a bit too much. This is the same magazine that recently featured an extensive piece on Hayes’ MSNBC bookend and paranoid red-baiter Rachel Maddow.
This is unseemly, imho https://t.co/IcJJm7eiAP
— Chris Hayes (@chrislhayes) July 26, 2017
Here’s an excerpt:
It’s strange to witness: He speaks in a modulated, indoor voice. His dark hair is a color found in nature. At home, there is a glamorous wife and three photogenic children, still not old enough to warm his seat at next week’s G-20 summit or be involved in an espionage scandal.
When Trudeau moves on to his feminist bona fides (women and minorities make up more than half of his Cabinet), he pauses for a moment, but does not lose his train of thought. His words are coherent and will not need to be run through Google Translate when he is done (except if you want to translate his French into English).
He talks about steps taken to deal with the opioid crisis and mentions the country’s dropping unemployment rate. He uses the original Clintonian recipe on the crowd: “We’re focused on getting people into good careers and helping families get ahead and stay ahead,” he says. “But we know there’s more hard work in front of us than there is behind us.”
Then he gives the press corps a high-five.
You can read the entire thing HERE but be forewarned that it’s rated 9.9 on the vomit meter scale.
Rolling Stone is a dinosaur with the only quality content being the obituaries of those same classic rock stars that once made it famous who are now dying off one by one.
It’s hard to see how such sentiment over Canada’s leader is going to appeal to any sort of a wide demographic in the United States, especially if you are already losing liberals like Chris Hayes.