Yellowstone again: why millions of people are drawn to it
Plus, Biden's Mis/Disinformation Governance Board; and, "...with those you love"; and, How I get from the Boston Celtics all the way to Whoopi Goldberg and then to the greatest film actress...
Quadruple header. Four articles today, from the hardest working man on substack.
ARTICLE ONE: Yellowstone again: why millions of people are drawn to it
The smash hit Paramount series, Yellowstone, is a microcosm of what Americans are facing now:
A blizzard of crises, and the effort to win against the storm.
Yellowstone centers on the Dutton family and their struggle to keep their Montana ranch, as multiple forces are trying to steal it.
The thieves wouldn’t be able to carry out their crime unless they were ultimately backed by the government.
The Duttons go on the attack. They defend what is theirs by going after the thieves.
I have to think that if Paramount had realized what they were really backing when they gave the green light to Taylor Sheridan to produce Yellowstone, they would have had second thoughts. They might have said no and walked away.
But now the genie is out of the bottle. The series is on the verge of releasing Season 5 (trailer), it’s a gigantic success, and it’s much harder to say no and buck the tidal wave. Or the money.
Putting aside the issue of vote fraud in the 2020 Presidential election, have you looked at a map of how many counties Biden won? The blue land is swallowed up by the red land. It isn’t even close.
And that’s the other thing about Yellowstone. Sheridan chose to cast his drama about THE LAND. The ranch.
THE LAND is what the government is afraid of. Despite the fact that millions of acres have been set aside as “public property,” when you look at where people are living — the people who voted against the Left — you see the gigantic sprawl of territory represented by Americans who aren’t buying Woke.