Supergirl Commercial on CNN Promotes Clinton Campaign Slogan
By JC Collins
The level and complexity of the cultural and socioeconomic engineering which takes place in our society is not widely known or understood. But every once in a while something obvious and unavoidable sneaks through the gateways and filters.
In such insistences the human mind is able to capture and notice some form of similarity and trend. A type of motion, a word, a phrase, color and texture patterns, or conscious symbolism are recognized by the viewer or listener. The mind registers the anomaly in micro seconds but just as quickly discards the information in order to keep pace with the fast and nimble movement and happenings taking place on the screen or television.
Such events leave a slight numbness in our stomachs but remain unacknowledged for what they are.
One recent example of what I’m referencing can be found in the commercial for season 2 of the Supergirl television show. The trailer shows Clark Kent, who we all know is Superman, walking and stating to someone off screen “I’m with her.”
Most will recognize this statement as one of the core slogans of the Hillary Clinton campaign. The “I’m with her” phrase has even been promoted through a massive Twitter campaign. It’s inclusion in the television commercial for Supergirl may be a coincidence but considering the “radical feminist” nature of those promoting the election of Hillary Clinton (eg. Madeleine Albright’s statement about a special place in hell for those women who don’t support Clinton) this would be statistically unlikely.
This probability is further enhanced when we consider the outright bias being presented by CNN and the larger liberal media. It has become extremely clear to conscious viewers and thinkers that the mainstream media and entertainment sources are aligned on pushing the script of Hillary Clinton as the first female president.
The production company filming the Supergirl television show is the CW Television Network. The parent company of CNN is Time Warner. Time Warner has a 50% ownership stake in the CW Television Network. Any thinker and researcher worth their salt will know that the content included in productions such as television shows is heavily influenced by investor and advertiser interests.
Such relationships became known to me years ago when I had my own construction company and ran full page ads in a magazine focused on the construction industry. At one point I was able to write my own exclusive article (this was unknown to the reader) for the magazine which promoted my business. At no point did the publisher ask for confirmation of what I was writing. All they cared about was that I was paying a substantial amount for the full page ads and the 5-page exclusive review.
This is how it works throughout the entertainment and media industries. Movies and television shows push agendas which are not announced as agendas to the viewer. There is little creative independence which exists outside of the investor and advertiser interests. This is one of the main reasons why I do not run ads on this site and ask for modest subscriptions to support my efforts.
Base on this understanding, the injection of the Clinton campaign slogan “I’m with her” into the Supergirl television show, which is produced by CW Television Network, and sub sequentially by CNN Time Warner, should not be written off as a mere coincidence. The fact that CNN runs this commercial on a regular basis adds further support to what is being suggested here.
Another avenue of interesting research would be to trend during what CNN programming does this Supergirl commercial run the most? The viewer demographics are well known by the producers and commercial air time is strategically timed for maximum return on investment.
In addition, having Clark Kent (Superman) state “I’m with her” could very well be suggestive of an attempt to subconsciously manipulate those men and women who have been leaning towards Trump. Donald Trump is presenting himself as a strong and uncompromising alpha-male. There is a growing segment of both the male and female demographics which are naturally attracted to such traits and expressions of male dominance and strength. Having Superman himself state “I’m with her” could be an attempt to create a shift in perception.
It is my intent that this article creates some further interest and understanding on such matters. There are many sites out there who do a much better job of analysing and deciphering such things as I have written about here.
The best of these sites is Jay’s Analysis.
I would encourage all readers to spend some time on his site reading and digesting the vast amount of information available.
As we move closer to Election Day it is important that we spread the message as far as possible. The outcome of this election could very well dictate whether or not there is a large war in the world, or a peaceful transition to the new international monetary system. – JC
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