The Russia collusion conspiracy against President Donald Trump wasn’t working. So the progressive left/mainstream media cabal began writing the president they live to hate into into another narrative, one that would be so stunning, it would make us forget that they dropped the Russian ruse.
It exploded on Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017 in Charlottesville, Virginia and life would never be the same. The POTUS is now—officially—courtesy of their spanking new narrative the president of the newly devised ‘White National Movement’.
How can this possibly be?
“Someone said it on t.v. and if they said it on t.v., it MUST be true.”
“Someone” in this case was mournful mouthful MSNBC host Joe Scarborough.
Trump enraged Scarborough and other media talking heads by blaming the shocking violence in Charlottesville on “both sides”.
Telling the Truth is dangerous for your health and won’t ever be covered by an impossible to get rid of Obamacare.
Most adults know by now that it takes two to tango but not the court jesters in the MSM who promised the globalists they’d take the president down by whatever means necessary.
Scurrilous Scarborough took his cue on “Trump White National Movement President’” from the even more scurrilous Ku Klux Klan Grand Wizard David Duke.
“You had David Duke and other white nationalists actually praising the President of the United States for his words, and why not? He has now officially become the president … not only of America but also of the white nationalist movement,” Scarborough said.(Free Beacon, Aug. 16, 2017)
Lucky for us that the leader of ISIS did not think to praise the president to advance their cause, because Scarborough may have taken the same cue.
Ironical to every one but him and Mika, Scarborough blasted Trump for granting “moral equivalencies” to Nazis and white supremacists.
But that’s precisely what he did in giving any credence to any of Duke’s words about Trump.
But it’s not the loudest and brashest media clowns like Scarborough that need closest watching by citizens hoping for fair play.
It’s the more subtle ones like investigative journalist Jake Tapper over at CNN.
“CNN’s Jake Tapper said Tuesday that some viewers have felt they are “going insane,” ending his program by addressing concerns specifically about the Charlottesville protests. (Free Beacon, Aug. 15, 2017)
“Tapper was bothered by President Donald Trump’s press conference, in which Trump said that the Charlottesville protests featured good and bad people on both sides. Tapper said that some viewers have been increasingly shocked by recent news, and expressed support for them.
“Before I turn this over to Wolf Blitzer,” Tapper said, “sometimes I hear from viewers who say to me, ‘Thank you for being on air because I feel as though I’m going insane, and you remind me that I’m not.’”
LOL, Mr. Tapper for craftily setting yourself up as television’s chief sanity shrink in these most turbulent of times!
“To anybody out there confused and thinks, ‘I thought that the Klan and neo-Nazis and white supremacists — I thought there was no debate about this kind of thing among civilized people’ — there isn’t a debate about it,” Tapper said.
It only became a debate, Mr. Tapper when you and other MSM hacks decided to force the president into the progressive left’s insane new narrative replacing the Russian one.
Viewers beware: Scarborough and Tapper aren’t just forcing the president into their new narrative, they’re putting all those who voted for Trump into the same one.
It’s a dangerous place to be when activists on “BOTH SIDES” out in protest marches have already so tragically proven in Charlottesville, that death marches alongside activists in some protests where leftist politicians order police stand-downs.
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Judi McLeod is an award-winning journalist with 30 years’ experience in the print media. A former Toronto Sun columnist, she also worked for the Kingston Whig Standard. Her work has appeared on Rush Limbaugh, Newsmax.com, Drudge Report, Foxnews.com, and Glenn Beck.
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