The Prez and the press: Trump proven right

Media’s herd mentality pushes left-wing agenda

New York Times CEO Mark Thompson on Wednesday condemned President Trump for his often harsh criticism of the news media, calling it “hostile, stupid but also dangerous.” The key word that Thompson omitted from his barrage was, “true.”

Since Donald J. Trump emerged victorious from the pack of 17 GOP primary contenders in 2016, stunning the media elite naysayers who irrationally dismissed him — they have relentlessly hammered him — not letting truth get in the way of the multi-pronged assaults. He responds by outing them as “fake news,” which riles them because his words are grounded in truth.

The Orlando Sentinel’s bizarre editorial following President Trump’s massive 2020 campaign kickoff, which just took place Tuesday in Orlando, is illustrative.  The far left-wing Arizona Republic, now literally a homeless vagrant, has had Trump as the object of its revulsion long before he and Melania descended the Trump Tower escalator to officially announce his candidacy in 2015. Both newspapers endorsed scandal-plagued Hillary in what became the media herd mentality.

For a dizzying dose of harsh reality, these are the 243 daily and 148 weekly national newspapers that endorsed known liar Hillary Clinton. Donald Trump secured the endorsement of only 6 daily and 6 weekly newspapers.

This brutal mugging did not occur in a vacuum. It was nationally coordinated, intended not only to embarrass Donald Trump, but to render him politically powerless and neuter his base of supporters. Instead, it energized us. The newsosaurs, on the other hand, are failing. Payback is hell.

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7 Responses to The Prez and the press: Trump proven right

  1. Mike says:

    “Homeless vagrant” – great description for a “news” paper that’s every bit as phony as this guy:

  2. Realist says:

    What the unified news media engaged in was savagery. Donald Trump bot only withstood it, he drew support from it. His supporters rallied to his side. I know. I am one of them.

  3. Anthem Al says:

    Newspaper endorsements are worth a “bucket of warm spit (actually the liquid was originally described somewhat differently…yellow in color), by John Nance Garner, describing his job as Vice President.

  4. Arizona Conservative Guy says:

    The left desperately tried to make Donald Trump’s candidacy a joke. Remember this?

  5. Maggie says:

    Sorry for adding another video here in the comments section, but you’ve got to see crude (and ever more…) Mega McCain calling her ‘The View’ cohost and fellow big mouth, Joy Behar a “bitch.”

    More proof that money doesn’t care who has it.

  6. Saguaro Sam says:

    The members of the media (except for a few) are bought and paid for.

    Obama did This: (did you know?)

    “Before leaving office, Obama nullified the Smith-Mundt Act of 1948 mandating the media to report honestly thereby creating the Smith-Mundt Modernization Act of 2012 allowing the media to create the narrative and much biased “fake” news that disrupts our thinking and since that time, there has been an unthinkable increase in the number of suspicious mass mediate “terrorist” events in the US and EU. . . .”

    It is known that government employees in high positions within law enforcement agencies were in close contact and feeding information to many members of the press and media.
    (Maggie Haberman, not so hard to understand her motives.
    But Savannah, you disappoint me.)

    Meanwhile,

    The Gov of Oregon has sent the police to arrest Repub members of that State legislature who decided not to be present for a Dem trap.

    • Saguaro Sam says:

      Jeff Flake going back to school.
      Harvard.
      Teaching. Just in time for 2020.
      Says he’s voting Dem.