In what may go down in American history as the most infamous act of collusion against a sitting president, the Boston Globe and CNN led a national charge to tear at the Trump Administration.
Pres. Donald J. Trump stood his ground through biased election coverage to upset Hillary after the left-leaning media confirmed he had no electoral pathway to the White House.
With egg on their face, media corporations gleeful courted a phony Russian Collusion narrative. When that fake news lost traction, the liberal extremists trotted out national disgraces such as James Comey, James Clapper and other exiled Washington Swamp insiders.
When such discredited partisans didn’t pique America’s interest, the mainstream media welcomed disgruntled ex-Trump employee Omarosa Manigault. The left even sunk as low as to trot out a woman who has sex for money — porn star Stormy Daniels. Sure, the words of a porn star that cashed a check and wants more money meets journalistic standards. Sure. Now, those same outlets cry foul when the president calls them fake news, propaganda and the enemy of the people.
In recent months, CNN has pressed social media outlets to silence Alex Jones’ InfoWars, while screaming Pres. Trump threatens free speech out of the other side of its collective mouth. “The free press is not the enemy of the people,” CNN states. Apparently, the left believes only they deserve this constitutional right.
That being said, media outlets have knowingly and willfully lied to and misled the American people. On Aug. 16, more than 300 so-called “news” organizations leveled a coordinated attacked on the president’s right to free speech.
Boston Globe Attacks Trump and Supporters
Widely considered the ringleader of this attempt to undermine the president, the Boston Globe goes much further than a one-on-one with the White House. The staunchly liberal publication is quick to prove everything Pres. Trump says is true. The Globe routinely conducts its own liberally-biased polls and points to them as fact. The results are an assault on good conservative Americans everywhere.
“Trump’s attack feedback loop helps explain why his faithful are following him into undemocratic territory. More than a quarter of Americans now say that ‘the president should have the authority to close news outlets engaged in bad behavior,’ including 43 percent of Republicans.”
The Globe goes further, hurling insults and questioning the intelligence of those who support Pres. Trump’s Make America Great Again policies.
“Replacing a free media with a state-run media has always been a first order of business for any corrupt regime taking over a country. Today in the United States we have a president who has created a mantra that members of the media who do not blatantly support the policies of the current US administration are the ‘enemy of the people.’ This is one of the many lies that have been thrown out by this president, much like an old-time charlatan threw out magic’ dust or water on a hopeful crowd.”
The elitists at the Globe may want to start including statistics on the economic revival the country is currently experiencing due to the Trump Administration.
Tampa Bay Times Gets ‘Toxic’
“In such a toxic environment, Trump’s declarations undermine not just journalists and news organizations but the communities and democracy we endeavor to serve. It is an attempt to blur the difference between fact-based news gathering, and the lies and propaganda that spread like wildfire through social media.”
Perhaps the Sunshine State publication could note the false narratives the media has been peddling since 2016.
The New Yorker Fakes Political High Ground
“Just as he has made enemies of women, Muslims, Latinos, and African-Americans, Trump has calculated that it is to his political advantage to isolate skeptics in the press and declare them ‘enemies of the people.”
Perhaps the staff at the far-left New Yorker could take a long look at the grotesque cover caricatures it has published of the president and other conservatives before pretending to be offended.
Denver Post Takes Responsibility, Sort Of…
“He’s right — errors of omission do occur. Sometimes there’s simply not space to print all the news or time to get all the reporting done. And yes, sometimes stories or facts are bypassed due to the natural bias that everyone carries with them. Journalists are fallible, but the reporters and editors who work to bring you your news are not conspiring to misinform.”
Favoring salacious dodgy dossiers, tramping out Stormy Daniels and omitting record-setting economic facts, that’s deliberate. Let’s face facts.
On Aug. 16, more than 300 media companies abandoned the first principle of journalism. That foundational idea is that journalists are not — themselves — the news. They are supposed to be neutral observers. Many abandoned such ethics and ideals long ago. Fortunately, the elites in the media matter not. If they did, that “nasty woman” would be president.
~ Liberty Planet