‘Alone With Jesus’  is a collection of daily devotions born out of author Mychal Massie’s quiet time with Jesus over the past thirty-six years as a born again Christian and ordained minister. The devotions are intended to help you see and live a life of Christ in your daily lives.

Matt Lauer And John Conyers Are Low Hanging Fruit

It was early 2010 and I was standing on the back deck of my new home in Florida. I was in the midst of a heated conversation that had dark and ominous overtones to it.

The conversation was taking place with a person on Capitol Hill who was not then and is not today my enemy. It’s just that the person I was speaking to needed Capitol Hill then and still needs Capitol Hill today. Conversely, I did not need it then and I still do not today.

Virtually everything that the public is presented with on the news and talk shows is nothing more than a smoke screen to obscure the truth and manipulate opinion.

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The person I was having the heated discussion with was/is not a bad person; it’s just that they behave and speak according to the “Inside the Beltway” political protocol of the moment and I am the “kiss my foot” I don’t sugarcoat the truth guy.

The person was giving cautionary advice that I remain convinced yet today, was a message he was instructed to deliver by the darker ruling powers.

The moment in time was just after the off-year election and I was excoriating the Republicans for their treachery. I argued it was long past time to hold them accountable and to start exposing them for what they are. The person I was speaking with was telling me it would be career suicide for me to continue down that path.

The “dark and ominous overtones” were the person telling me in express detail what I could expect if I continued down the path I was advocating. My position was that the truth was its own defense and that unlike others in my position, I wasn’t willing to deny the Republican hierarchy was playing the supporting public for fools. I wanted their feet held to the fire and I knew enough to expose them. The person I was speaking with was advising me to give the new Congress time and then if they did not do their jobs, go after them. Which is “Inside the Beltway” speak for close your eyes, hold your nose, and pretend there’s nothing wrong.

Our conversation concluded with my refusing to concede my position and in April just a couple of months later, the groundwork for “The Daily Rant” (TDR) was being shaped and in July of the same year TDR was officially launched.

Here is the reason I am sharing this with you. I have always believed that the Constitution made clear that the three branches of government worked for us. After reading and studying factual history, I have essentially always known that the mainstream media are brazen liars and frauds who are not interested in reporting news factually, rather they are interested in shaping opinion. The Bay of Pigs, Vietnam, the Kennedy assassinations, and Watergate proved it.

There are very few in media and politics that don’t know what goes on behind the scenes.

America may be aghast now that it’s been revealed that $17 million of taxpayer money has been secretly used to settle some 260 complaints of sexual misconduct by an assortment of congressional scumbags – but be assured those in my position knew it was going on.

People may be shocked to have awakened this morning to find that the oleaginous Matt Lauer had been fired overnight by NBC. But I assure you he isn’t even the tip of the iceberg. As a matter of fact, all that you have heard and read dealing with sexual harassment, whoremongering, sexual assaults, ad nauseum thus far, still isn’t the tip of the iceberg. It’s a pimple.

The public elected liars and trash to lord over them because the person looked good on camera: think the John Kennedy debate with Richard Nixon; because they sounded good on radio: think Franklin Roosevelt; and because they coined slogans phrases such as “compassionate conservatism”: think George W. Bush; and Obama with: “hope and change.”

People did not want to hear that George W. Bush wasn’t what he pretended to be. Even I initially fell into the Bush trap. Literally, not virtually, but literally every day a person from Texas contacted me, warning me that George W. Bush was not what he pretended to be. The person was so persistent, and I was so blind that I finally told the person “stop bothering me.” I should have listened to the person.

The biggest mistake of my career was in believing the person who assured me Ban Ki-moon would be the best Secretary-General of the United Nations ever. The latter being a mistake I bitterly regret to this day.

I was never star-struck nor do the toys and mansions of others impress me and I’m not for sale. When then Speaker of the House of Representatives Dennis Hastert contacted my office on Capitol Hill inviting me to be part of the congressional committee addressing Social Security reform, my first question was: “Ask him if he wants me because I bring something to the table or because he needs more of my color?” To his credit I was told they needed more persons of color. My response was something to the effect of telling them to check Crayola because I wasn’t interested on that basis.

Refusing the invitations of Karl Rove to attend Rose Garden gatherings were indescribable pleasures because of the contempt I have for him. I told the public time and again that an unimpeachable source told me Karl Rove openly lamented in the Oval Office his having no choice but to use Christian Conservatives to get George W. Bush reelected in 2004. And yet people who couldn’t find their way around Capitol Hill with a map refused to believe me.

Blind ideology is the game that has been promoted to the downfall of the citizenry of America. It is blind ideology that prevents people from seeing the truth. Congress isn’t working on our behalf, the branches of government are interested in serving themselves and their masters; and their masters are not the voters.

I tried to alert the public very recently that politicians and judges were being blackmailed over sexual misconduct. (See: Which Politicians Are Being Blackmailed Over Sexual Misconduct)

Congress has long ceased to be in touch with the people. Politicians use the people. The media believes its purpose is to shape opinion and the acceptable zeitgeist for the proletariat.

For many decades unbeknownst to the public, debauchery has been taking place in America’s governing bodies that would make Caligula blush. Skullduggery, based upon sexual intrigue and treachery that makes Macbeth seem like a children’s fairy tale in comparison, is a guarded secret.

All of the people being fired and charged with sexual impropriety are the low hanging fruit. If there were real intent to correct things, all of the perpetrators would be exposed publicly. John Conyers, Al Franken, Charlie Rose, Matt Lauer, et al are easy targets being used to divert attention. The voters should be demanding the volume of secret legislation Congress passed to protect itself from public scrutiny be revealed. The public should demand exposure of the secretive machinations that Congress uses to protect itself.

Then there are the wraiths that are the true powers behind the congressional thrones. One need not be a genius to understand that men and women do not contribute tens of millions of dollars to get a person elected just because they like the person. They do it because it benefits them.

Virtually everything that the public is presented with on the news and talk shows is nothing more than a smoke screen to obscure the truth and manipulate opinion.

I recently did a VideoRant YouTube in which I said, Hillary Clinton would never be held accountable for crimes. (See: Breaking News: Hillary Clinton Will Never Be Arrested And Charged For Her Crimes) As I pointed out in the YouTube video, to hold her accountable would result in the collapse of government and the judicial system because of the incestuous depth of corruption. Yet that is exactly what needs to happen.

That is why TDR is such an important apparatus in the distribution of factual and common sense information regarding the political and social landscape. I am a source of information and reasoning that is not for sale nor controlled by the nefarious politicos. I don’t want their money and I don’t want their applause. I want them out of office and the media discredited.

I do not for one moment regret standing my ground in 2010. As I was warned would happen, there has been a continued effort to marginalize me. A popular so-called conservative radio host on Sirius Radio threatened to derail an entire Fourth of July event in Philadelphia, PA, if I was not disinvited to be the keynote speaker. The program organizer caved to the pressure and I was disinvited.

The depth of corruption in every branch of government cannot be overstated nor can the control the media has on what people believe and view as truth. You are free to disagree with me but before you do, ask yourself why you buy the chips and beverages that you do? Ask yourself why you bought the vehicle you drive? As yourself why you shop where you do? Ask yourself why you watch and/or listen to the programming you that you do? If advertising and the opinions of friends shape our beliefs, how much more so the clever demagoguery works?

Thomas Jefferson was right in saying: “When in the course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.”(See: Declaration of Independence (Preamble)

Jefferson was also correct when he wrote William S. Smith, a diplomatic official in London, that: The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants. It is its natural manure.” (November 13, 1787)

I am advocating the shedding of political blood vis-a`-vis the public exposure of both the participants and promoters of government corruption. This will cause the collapse of the current crop of political pollutants posing as statesmen. As for the media, every time they attack President Trump or Judge Roy Moore we must remind them of the filth that the public has yet to find out about; the number of popular media figures being exposed notwithstanding.

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About the Author

Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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