Ranting about the forms of "sabotage" liberals use on conservatives, Victoria Jackson writes in her Nov. 26 WorldNetDaily column:
A very sneaky form of sabotage is brainwashing, and since the left owns the airwaves, this is an easy tactic to accomplish. It has inserted the gay agenda into every TV show and movie, even down to this minute detail I observed on "The Talk." The co-hosts call their husbands "partners" to be on the same level as lesbian Sara Gilbert. The shadow agenda of the show is the viewpoint that women do not need men. You can have it all: career, children and romance. A man is simply a "partner" you can enjoy or throw out. How subtle and wiley are the ways of the enemy. I auditioned for that show last year. I was told that it was a talk show like "The View" that would focus on motherhood. Little did I know that the focus was man-less motherhood. I brought in pictures of my babies from birth to now. I bragged about my husband, my high-school sweetheart, the breadwinner in our family. I was asked how I felt about Elisabeth Hasselbeck. I said she was my favorite because she held the conservative views that were closest to mine. I mentioned that I thought I could stand up for Christianity better than Sherri Shepherd because not only did I know that the world was round, I had a Bible verse to back it up ( Isaiah 40:22). I don't think there is one representative of Christian conservative values on "The Talk," is there? Talk about "tolerance."
Of course, Jackson has engaged in her own attempts at brainwashing, asserting that president Obama is "a Marxist, progressive, leftist, radical, socialist, communist dictator drunk with power."
Jackson also writes that "Another form of sabotage is lying." Her previous statement on Obama would seem to violate that as well.