The Symphonies, were the music section of Ebbett’s Field in Brooklyn, NY, home of the Brooklyn Dodgers baseball team. The symphonies played music by ear and were very funny, as none, could play music, nor had any ear for it. The funniest thing they did, was when the opposing team manager took to the field to speak with a pitcher or umpire, the symphonies went into the Laurel & Hardy theme song in time with the opposing manager’s steps. It was a different world back then and the crowd in the stadium roared with laughter, something Ebbett’s Field was famous for, good times and laughter, and then a baseball game would break out.
Donald Trump gave a speech in Warsaw in which he said “we write symphonies” and apparently that “triggered” MSNBC host Jonathan Capehart because he sees a parallel between this and white nationalism. Here is the video:
So now using the word “symphonies” is a dog whistle for white nationalism. What more needs to be said other than is it any wonder why the American people no longer trust the mainstream media? They are letting their hatred make them fools.
The wise man speaks because he has something to say, the fool because he has to say something–Plato
malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium