Blue Anon Mocks Liberal Media, Google Censors Term

Blue Anon Mocks Liberal Media, Google Censors Term

Blue Anon Mocks Liberal Media, Google Censors Term

You may have never heard of the new political term “Blue Anon,” and if Google has its way you won’t, either. That’s because the term was invented by online conservatives to push back against media pundits who look for QAnon conspiracies everywhere.

Like Brian Williams (now there’s an example of trustworthy reporting) who warned that QAnon was planning violence in Washington, DC, on March 4.

But what happened? Nothing.

That’s just the latest of conspiracies with which the media have been gaslighting America after Donald Trump became president. So conservative Jack Posobiec promoted the term “Blue Anon” on Urban Dictionary and Twitter to point out the crazy conspiracies that side pushes.

Here’s a screenshot in case Twitter decides to pull his tweet.

Blue Anon

Screenshot: Neanderthal Scholar Posobiec/Twitter. Click to enlarge.

But guess what? Google the term “Blue Anon,” and you won’t find any reference to it. However, the search engine “DuckDuckGo,” reveals plenty of listings.

Plus, Urban Dictionary took the entry down from its site. Yeah, I know: Urban Dictionary is crowdsourced. Yet moderators at its helm allow vulgar anti-Republican slurs to stand.

But there’s so much material to justify the term “Blue Anon” in mocking the media. For example, MSNBC’s Joy Reid tweeted that conservatives really love saying the “n-word.” Why, they’d even trade tax cuts for the privilege to utter that word.

Because, well, you know. Trump.

“I’ll say it again: people on the right would trade all the tax cuts for the ability to openly say the n-word like in ‘the good old days.’ To them, not being able to be openly racist and discriminatory without consequence is oppression. Trump is the avatar for this ‘freedom.'” 

That’s just bananas. But that’s not all the wacky conspiracy theories put out by the media, either.

There’s Chip Franklin, a talk show host in San Francisco who finds that Republicans are behind the accusations against Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Why? Once again, because. . . Trump.

“It’s occurred to me that Republicans want Cuomo out so they can replace him with a Gov who could pardon Trump for state crimes.”

CPAC, the Conservative Political Action Conference, brought out the Blue Anon crazies, too. This time they saw Nazis! Nazis all over CPAC! because they thought the stage looked rather Reich-ish or something. They were, in a word, wrong. An event design group which supported liberals designed that stage.

Then do you remember all those “mostly peaceful protests” during the summer of 2020? Those same events which caused $2 billion in damages, over 20 people killed, and 12 police officers shot?

Yeah, I sure do. But AP reporter Jonathan Lemire claimed they were “nonviolent” while appearing on MSNBC on March 3. And host Nicole Wallace didn’t question a word. Instead, she leaned right into talking about the March 4 threat — which never happened.

The media — and big tech — live in their own bubble in which they see themselves as morally superior to conservative Americans. They also think that Democrats are angels who walk among us, and that QAnon supporters run the Republican Party. Plus Donald Trump, even though he’s been out of office for over a month, continues to live rent free in their noggins. Which are the more dangerous kooks — QAnon, which is dying on the vine? Or the Blue Anon media and Big Tech, which control so much of what we see and hear?

 

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Kim is a pint-sized patriot who packs some big contradictions. She is a Baby Boomer who never became a hippie, an active Republican who first registered as a Democrat (okay, it was to help a sorority sister's father in his run for sheriff), and a devout Lutheran who practices yoga. Growing up in small-town Indiana, now living in the Kansas City metro, Kim is a conservative Midwestern gal whose heart is also in the Seattle area, where her eldest daughter, son-in-law, and grandson live. Kim is a working speech pathologist who left school system employment behind to subcontract to an agency, and has never looked back. She describes her conservatism as falling in the mold of Russell Kirk's Ten Conservative Principles. Don't know what they are? Google them!

10 Comments
  • How pathetic and evil for Google to already censor that! They are thin-skinned beyond description and cannot even tolerate humor directed at them.

    • Nohbody says:

      Tyrants in general are incredibly sensitive to mockery and derision. The weaker their position, the more sensitive.

  • GWB says:

    in which they see themselves as morally superior to conservative Americans
    Remember: Progressivism is a religion. Of course they see themselves as morally superior to the infidels and apostates out there. And that gives them the right to censor and shun and excommunicate those who do not bow uncritically before their god.

  • Howy says:

    They don’t see themselves as morally superior. They see an opportunity for complete and total power and will ignore morality except in hypocritical ways and double standards when it suits them. They know they’re lying but they don’t care, anymore.

  • DEEBEE says:

    At some point there needs to be an ISIS neck massage camp for all these crowd sourced places that have been taken over by intolerant rectal orifices to get them to feel the tightness of the shoe.

  • Rich says:

    I suggest then that the term “Bleu Anon” be used instead. Seems more appropriate anyway, with the left trying to recreate the French Revolution here, but with Chinese characteristics.

  • rbj1 says:

    Was Q Anon ever really a thing or was it an FBI engineered false flag operation designed to snare a few gullible right wingers (yes we have them on our side too.)

  • Sam L. says:

    Wellll, this is WHY I despise, detest, and TOTALLY distrust the media. And why I keep saying, I don’t KNOW if the media is/are a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Dem Party, or if it’s the other way round, but it’s OBVIOUS that they are in CAHOOTS.

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  • Lemuel Vargas says:

    A sudden insight came unto me a few days ago as to why the premises around the US Capitol still has fences around it and why the National Guard has not yet been sent home.

    The fences around the Capitol prevents the conservatives from protesting and airing their grievances while the National Guard is there to put fear on the protesters. That way, they (Dems) could pass whatever laws they want to pass because if there ever was a 50-50 tie, the veep could always be the tie breaker.

    So they could even pass a law that would make the Constitution null and void (a satire, obviously but could happen), and bury it to the thousands of pages that the Dems so lovingly wants to do and we will not know about it until it is too late.

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