Local Media Covers Robert Ransdell’s “With Jews, We Lose” Campaign, Doesn’t Even Insult Him
Andrew Anglin Daily Stormer September 18, 2014
It is unsurprising that after Kentucky Senatorial candidate Robert Ransdell put up campaign signs which read “With Jews, We Lose,” the local media took notice. What is surprising, however, is that in an entire two minute report on the scandal, Robert was not insulted even once.
He was not called a “racist,” a “Nazi” or a “White Supremacist.” Instead, the reporter, Alison Montoya, simply referred to him as having a “controversial” message. The only time the word “hate” was used in the report was by a blob-like untermench female who had complained about the signs.
Robert himself was interviewed, and though the clips were brief, he was allowed to say his piece.
This is truly a milestone. It is the first time in my life where I have seen any form of mainstream media cover a White Rights issue without taking constant pot-shots.
What has happened here? Is it possible there is no Jew editor at Cincinnati WLWT 5? Maybe he was off for the day, and this just slipped through? Or is it that the Jews realize the effectiveness of the constant barrage of “all questions are hatred” is wearing thin?
Whatever the case, this NBC affiliate, whether they know it or not, has just set a new precedent for coverage of White and Antisemitic issues. Of course, we will continue to be called haters, but the fact that this report made it through an editorial team proves that the narrative is changing drastically.
I couldn’t be more pleased.
Screenshot of the accompanying text, for posterity (I have expect them to go back and edit it to include “hatefilled racist Neo-Nazi White Supremacist terrorism”):