After sleeping on this, I’ve unearthed a couple of salient points.this Op-Ed-as I said-is actually a more brilliant piece of writing than anyone has noticed. It’s incredibly hard to write with this much precision on a topic about which you ultimately divulge no information.
This is also a verifiable masterpiece of spinning language, worthy of its own Pulitzer Prize. You’ve noticed how the Democrats echo each other. Here’s “kids in cages” to refresh your memory but there are a thousand loops of this-all the same. They have 0 creativity changing words
That’s what makes this @nytopinion so astounding. It repeats every BS narrative of the last two years without using any of the same language. To tell you hard that is: imagine making a Land Rover without using any of the original parts, but making it even better.
However, there is one little gem in the Modesto Bee that seems to be a precursor to the @nytopinion . Here it is. The theme is “immorality.” This lovely, all-encompassing theme implicitly give Democrats the high ground of moral authority. That’s suspect considering the lies &
Obfuscations of the past two years. So I asked myself what a piece like that is designed to do. You can find the answer based on the havoc it wreaked. It was released in line w/ the Kavanaugh Hearing & framed the @POTUS administration as one in crisis.
Forget that it’s the Democrats & their back alley dealings that authored this crisis-let’s just focus in getting @realDonaldTrump out of office. Watching this drama is like watching a serial killer finally crack in an interview & finding there are 50 dead bodies, not 3.
Back to the essay. And it is an essay. I believe it was penned by a master writer. One of high honors, decades of experience & ties to both the @nytopinion & USC. There are more than a few of those on USC staff. Some are even rabid Resistance writers. #NYT is not above planting
Stories to bolster their preferred cause. Remember when the @NYT published stories using one person as the source, the writer & the intern? Yeah, this time is like that time. It’s an Op-Ed precisely because opinions can’t be litigated. They’re opinions.…
But it’s another thing entirely to creat a fictitious piece of writing, one you know to be false & post it as an Op-Ed in order to achieve a specific, political agenda in lock-step w/ the rollout of DNC strategy during the Kavanaugh Hearings. That’s subversive.
Sadly, this level of mendacity & subversion is familiar. Remember the good old days when the Demo party was attacked for not doing much of anything? I miss those days. We’re peeling back the layers of onion to find a new level of Dante’s Inferno rather than just rotten onion.
I, for one, can’t wait to find out the author of this Op-Ed piece not b/c I want to be proven right-I have no dog in the fight-but b/c I think it represents the tipping point of Liberal lawlessness & will be the death knell for the elite #FakeNews media of every alphabet config.
I think it will also open up a wonderful opportunity to discuss the limits & regulations of a 4th estate that’s become the mistress (that’s a nicer version) of one political party, arguing things like ‘in kind’ contributions before a judge. Or the Supreme Court.
I forgot the best part. Do you know why you’d run an “essay” like this through a plagiarism program if you were going to print it? To make sure the language doesn’t pop as language you’ve already written. I said it’s hard to spin a narrative & change all of the words, but keep
The meaning. This piece does that. Same BS. Entirely different set of words. The language doesn’t match any wording that would point to another author’s work being plaigiarized. That’s astounding skill considering the endlessly repeated rants of the last two years. Brilliant.
I’ve had questions about the “Similariry Report” in Here’s what a similarity report looks like when it catches quotes from other sources. If you cited those quotes, it shows it on the right hand side, listing where those quotes came from.
The @nytopinion Op-Ed piece showed that it was 100% match to an NYT student piece. That was EXCLUDING bibliographic material. In other words, if she had cited this as from a NYT source, she would have listed it as a citation. Indeed, she would HAVE to b/c USC ...
Makes it clear in EVERY COURSE SYLLABUS that there are strict actions taken for plaigiarized materials. This is why they run it through However! If a @nytopinion was going to be published & a USC staff member wanted to check it before it went in...
That staff member could use their staff account at USC and submit the paper as a “student paper” to check their own writing before sending the “essay” to the @NYT for publication. That, sadly, is a very likely possibility.
Sorry.. USC, not NYT. My bad. Should have caught that.

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