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The Biden Youth: Another Reason Why Democrats Keep Winning
Goebbels Would Be Proud.
You might wonder how an SS guard could drop a Zyklon-B can into a gas chamber.
Or shoot women and children.
Of course, the list goes on.
But the answer is simple: they were brainwashed to justify these violent acts during childhood.
Cue the Hitlerjugend, or "Hitler Youth,” basically the Boy Scouts of Nazi Germany that would become a critical propaganda campaign for the growing authoritarian state.
These kids trained with weapons, learned to fight, and studied basic farming practices to ensure they not only carried on Hitler’s insanity on the battlefield but also spread influence at home.
And young girls joined The League of German Girls (Bund Deutscher Mädel,) where they learned how to be subservient to their husbands and ultimately breed more “pure” Germans.
That way, children would grow up believing in nonsense such as racial eugenics and superiority.
And this week, a short clip emerged online of a young lady stating that Dylan Mulvaney and Lia Thomas are not girls and never will be.
Not exactly a topic of discussion at a League of German Girls event.
Yet transactivist India Willougby called the gathering “very Hitler Youth.”
However, a much better example of Nazi Scouts went viral over the past week.
Introducing Sie Bidenjugend.
If you haven’t heard of the pro-Democrat TikTok influencers Harry Sisson and Chris Mowrey, they’ve gained popularity for making short and intense videos blaming Republicans for our problems and propping up Democrats.
Here’s an example:
But recently, the young influencers found themselves in hot water after other social media users outed the boys for being paid propagandists:
This guy did his homework as well:
But his parting words are the key here: The White House publicly stated they were investing in young social media influencers for the upcoming election, so this shouldn’t be a surprise.
However, the campaign doesn’t work when everyone knows who receives the checks.
Of course, Sisson and Mowrey were coached on responding in this scripted and now deleted response.
On an island with Hillary? These boys might get suicided if they aren’t careful.
And to the dismay of their employer, Palette Management, they went on the Tim Dillon Show, where neither could defend Dillon’s pushback on their political views as they refused to go into detail.
They even went as far as to say they know Democrats make bad decisions, but they vote for them anyway.
But these young men don’t know any better. They’ve been groomed since childhood to be Democrats.
And as Greg Price mentioned, they are probably from well-to-do families with connections.
And surprise, surprise, a quick search shows that Sisson is enrolled at New York University, a prestigious Democrat factory, and is from Mamaroneck, NY (at least he went to high school there), which is 70% white and the average family income is 118K through 2021.
The US median family income is $70K as of 2021.
There’s less info on Mowrey, but Tim Dillon mentioned, “They found you in a Waffle House” during the show, suggesting he’s not from such a connected background, which sounds about right.
Mowrey’s LinkedIn says he worked at AT&T and attends Kennesaw State University.
And this classic conflicting character tactic would make sense.
Hollywood producers employ this technique with programs like The Odd Couple, Two Broke Girls, Perfect Strangers, and many others.
You could say Chris Mowrey is to Harry Sisson as Shawn Hunter is to Cory Matthews.
While The White House is leaning more toward younger influencers, online propaganda is not a new strategy for the Democrats.
And if you see their messages, they follow similar formats: they blame Republicans for everything and reinforce Democrat agendas to pit Americans against one another.
Where’s The Competition, RNC?
So where are the Republican influencers?
This is partly why Democrats keep winning: they pay influencers, engage in door-knocking campaigns, and legally harvest ballots.
Sure, there’s evidence of cheating in elections, but most of the Democrat’s success is attributed to these legal tactics.
Scott Pressler, a Republican activist, persistently asks the RNC how they plan to counter these tactics.
And so on, as of this publication.
The wisest thing Kamala Harris ever said was that young people make dumb decisions.
And young people will follow influential peers into madness, just as they did in Germany.
Unfortunately, the RNC doesn’t appear to offer much in the way of counter-tactics.
But we can help Scott knock on doors and make calls.