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It isn't the emperor who has no clothes, it's Wolfman Hack Michael Wolff who has none

BBC Exposes ‘Wolfman Hack’ Michael Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury’ as Hyped-Up Fiction & Gossip


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BBC Exposes 'Wolfman Hack' Michael Wolff's 'Fire and Fury' as Hyped-Up  Fiction & Gossip
Gossip monger supremo Michael Wolff is convinced that “the story” he told in his book ‘Fire and Fury: Inside the Trump White House’  is the one that will take down President Donald Trump.

Welcome to the promise of Wolfman Hack, the assassin sent by the Democrats to shut up the most outspoken president in all of U.S. history.

“In an interview with BBC Radio on Saturday, Michael Wolff, the author of the dubiously sourced gossip book targeting President Trump, boasted to host Nick Robinson that “the story” that he told, “will finally end…this presidency” once and for all. (NewsBusters, Jan. 6, 2018).

Never mind that the Delusions of Grandeur of political hacks like Wolff qualify as insanity.  Trump’s the target for the “mentality unfit” smear,  the teller of whoppers, always exempt.

‘Fire and Fury’ is a strange enough title for a book, particularly when most of the fire and fury rage on over at the Clinton house.

A small fire in a building adjacent to Clinton’s Chappaqua, N.Y. home on the couple’s property was reported as having occurred on Jan. 3, 2018.

News that Wolff’s ‘Fire and Fury’  was coming down the pike hit front page headlines on the same day.

On the Chappaqua fire:

“Footage showed firefighters in the driveway and inside a smaller building next to the Clintons’ main residence. Clinton spokesman Nick Merrill tweeted that the fire occurred in a building used by the Secret Service on the property. He said the fire was “small” and the Clintons were not home at the time.” (CBS, Jan.3, 2018)

In any case, ‘Fire and Fury’ hammers home the outrageous smear that the duly elected Donald Trump is “mentally unfit” to serve as president.

Wolff is not the first Democrat water boy loudly insisting that Trump is off his rocker.

Like crows to roadkill, pundits, including Keith Olberman, were there first.

Keith Olbermann called on the media to consider a recent Fox News poll that showed many Americans see President Donald Trump as unstable.  (HuffingtonPost, Sept. 9, 2017)

“The poll, released last week, asked how certain words described America’s 45th president. For the word “unstable,” 33 percent of respondents selected “extremely” while 11 percent chose “very” and 16 percent said “somewhat.”

“America has spoken,” Olbermann said. “He’s unstable. It’s time for the American political media to do the same.”

You’ve had your marching orders spelled out, ladies and gentlemen of the mainstream media.

The title of Olbermann’s forthcoming book is not nearly so cryptic as Wolff’s:

“Olbermann, who penned the forthcoming book “Trump Is F*cking Crazy (This Is Not A Joke),” said it was “one of the great logical fallacies of our time” that the press should not investigate, report and debate the president’s mental health.” (Huffington Post)

That deranged Democrats are getting lots of help from Republicans in their demented mission to remove President Trump from office should be a university textbook entitled Politics 101.

 

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Not only did Olberman make use of—a Fox poll—that showed many Americans see President Donald Trump as unstable

to pen “Trump Is F*cking Crazy (This Is Not A Joke),”  back in October of 2016, some 30 former GOP lawmakers signed an open letter declaring that they cannot and will not vote for Trump for president.”

“(Mickey) Edwards signed on, as did former Missouri Congressman Tom Coleman, who told MTV News, “Trump is emotionally and mentally unfit to be president. He has no idea what the U.S. Constitution contains. He is a danger to our democracy.” (MTV, Oct. 18, 2016)

Interesting to note that “26 percent of Republican governors and members of Congress who said they would not endorse Trump were surveyed by USA Today, home base of reporter Michael Wolff.

Meanwhile, the Congress of the day already have their talking points because billionaire progressive activist Tom Steyer bought copies of ‘Fire and Fury’ for Congress members. (CNN)

BBC host Nick Robinson deserves full credit for exposing ‘Fire and Fury’ as being partially based on unfounded gossip:

“Wolff’s self-glorification was brought on when Robinson questioned the effectiveness of the book alone and wondered if it would help the Russia investigation in any way since that had a greater chance of getting rid of Trump.(NewsBusters,—,—)

Now, all of this is fascinating, it’s an insight, it’s gossip some of it, it may not be enough to stop him from being president. Whereas, the allegations about Russia may be,” Robinson prefaced. “Do you believe that anything in the book will actually change the chances of the allegations of collusion with Russia being found to be true and therefore leading to the impeachment of the President?

“According to Wolff, his book was lifting the veil from people’s eyes and exposing the President for being a mentally unstable person unfit for office:

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You know, I think one of the interesting effects of the book so far is a very clear emperor-has-no-clothes effect. That, the story that I have told seems to present this presidency in such a way that it says he can’t do his job. The emperor has no clothes. Suddenly everywhere people are going: ‘Oh my God, it’s true, he has no clothes.’ That’s the background to the perception and the understanding that will finally end this—that will end this presidency.

“Towards the end of the interview, Robinson wanted to know what Wolff’s conclusion was and if he thought that Trump was “dangerous in the White House.” “Yeah, it’s not ideal that he’s in the White House,” Wolff responded.

Wolff then discredited the positive effect Trump has had on the economy. “He hardly has a staff anymore, since most people have left the White House. And it may be that he will do nothing. The economy is booming possibly because you’ll have someone who’s not capable of actually implementing any policies or regulation,” he chided.

“It’s truly chilling that Wolff thinks that his book “will finally end ... this presidency” especially when he has admitted that he doesn’t know if all the claims made in the book were actually true. But truth doesn’t matter to the liberal media when the goal is to attack and discredit this President.”

It isn’t the emperor who has no clothes, it’s Wolfman Hack Michael Wolff who has none.

And aside from NewsBusters following up, it took the British BBC to expose the truth amidst the American media’s champagne toasts for the book they believe will take the president down.

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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.

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