American workers across the wage scale are hurting. Small-business owners across the country are fighting for their survival. Young people face more uncertainty than ever about their futures and ability to put food on the table.

As we head into Labor Day weekend, I would like to offer a friendly reminder from the "America First" right to the Beltway Republican message machine and the Trump campaign's social media mavens: Now is not the time to be cheerleading for pandemic profiteers, tech billionaires, and "woke capital" globalists who are addicted to cheap foreign labor and abhor American sovereignty. According to one analysis by Oxfam, 17 out of the top 25 most profitable U.S. corporations -- including Microsoft, Johnson & Johnson, Facebook, Pfizer and Visa -- are projected to rake in $85 billion more in 2020 than in previous years as upward of 40 million Americans are out of work.

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Here we go again: Manufacture. Rinse. Repeat.Everyone knows the cycle. Everyone knows it ends with false and incomplete narratives eventually being debunked by actual facts. Everyone knows that the racial mythmakers and political opportunists end up with fame, wealth and glory -- but never any criminal punishments or moral accountability.

Everyone knows, yet on and on and on it goes.

Step 1: Spread out-of-context video clip of Black man subdued or shot by white cops across national media airwaves and social media platforms.

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I still can't get over the creepy spectacle of Dr. Marc Siegel, a New York University professor of medicine, vehemently hawking "No Hugs Please" buttons for all schoolchildren last week.

"Let's give our kids all of these pins, 'No Hugs Please,'" Dr. Siegel urged Fox News host Tucker Carlson. "Let's show our kids courage. They're looking to parents for leadership," he insisted. "Vaccines are gonna emerge, we're gonna beat this thing, and then this" -- Dr. Siegel waved his yellow badge -- "goes in the garbage!"

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There's bad blood between President Donald Trump and Comcast. It's no secret.

The commander in chief nicknamed the telecom giant "Concast" for presiding over incessantly skewed media coverage of his campaign and administration. Comcast is the parent company of NBC News and MSNBC, whose notorious fake news media execs are "trying to poison the mind of the American voter" in President Trump's view. On Twitter, he has called on supporters to drop the cable conglomerate for its "terrible service" and "go to a good provider" instead.

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COLORADO SPRINGS, CO. -- In June, America's mass media propaganda machine endangered the public by spreading insidious "disinformation" -- while purporting to debunk "disinformation."

The New York Times, NBC News, CNN and the Associated Press converged nine weeks ago to persuade readers and viewers that neither antifa rioters nor Black Lives Matter militants were fanning out from major urban areas into flyover country. Law enforcement bulletins and citizen alerts about the metastasis of violent demonstrations all amount to "misinformation," "bad information," "false information," "unfounded rumors" and "conspiratorial content," the Gray Lady scoffed.

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