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Now that they’ve ‘media-monstered’ Donald Trump; now that they’ve left the people of Cuba “terrified” of facing Trump without their oppressor Fidel Castro, they’re making their living in a brand new news game called: ‘All the news fit to Tweet’

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So CNN’s “enterprising” Senior White House Correspondent. Jim Acosta is being accredited for “busting” last night’s restaurant meeting starring Donald Trump, Mitt Romney and Reince Priebus in the Big Apple.

OOH-EEE!!!

“The location was a secret, but CNN reporter Jim Acosta happened to be dining at Jean Georges in New York City when the trio walked in. The enterprising Acosta pulled out his phone and promptly began to live tweet the details of the meeting that he could see in a furious string of tweets.” (The Blaze, Nov. 29, 2016)

The moral of this whole ‘story ‘ is that any twerp can tweet.

That anyone could possibly write that “Jim Acosta just happened to be dining at Jean Georges in New York City when the trio of Trump, Romney and Priebus walked in is not only laughable, it’s a downright hoot.

Things don’t just “happen” where the mainstream media is concerned.  Just like the progressive elite who are their masters, everything they do is contrived and oh-so-carefully manufactured.

Note to the unwashed masses: You and Yours get to eat at McDonalds, overpaid, over rated reporters like Jimmy Boy, get to done along at Jean Georges.

“The enterprising Acosta pulled out his phone and promptly began to live tweet the details of the meeting that he could see in a furious string of tweets: (Blaze)

Pictures of three public figures eating, no what they were saying is “news”.

“Acosta’s tweets started circulating around Twitter like wildfire, and he had an unprecedented scoop, until someone on Trump’s staff apparently noticed them, and this happened: (Blaze)

“Well, now Trump knows the meeting isn’t private anymore, but at least Acosta was the only member of the media present at an exclusive meeting.

Acosta wasn’t “the only member of the media present at an exclusive meeting” where he could not possibly have heard what was being said, but merely a creeping Peeping Tom.

“Of course, it wasn’t long before word got out that three of the most recognizable people in the world were at the restaurant, and the AP was even able to arrive and snap a photo.

AP’s photog Evan Vucci may have done us an unintentional favor: Guess who looks happy and who looks downright apprehensive in their picture?

—Who’s having fun, and who’s not tonight?

 

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Evan, thanks for capturing the best Romney-Trump photo evah!

But the picture of the staff purportedly flambéing marshmallows for the carefree trio in a sort of subliminal photo play at their supposedly gooey, marshmallow-like personalities is a classic.

Evan, thanks for capturing the best Romney-Trump photo evah!

It will have a life of its own in reminding us how candy-# journalists of the current day really are.

They need a captive audience for “unprecedented” “scoops”.

Secret meetings of politicians at trendy upscale restaurants are fair game.

Secret meetings among elected officials selling off America verboten.

Now that they’ve ‘media-monstered’ Donald Trump; now that they’ve left the people of Cuba “terrified” of facing Trump without their oppressor Fidel Castro, they’re making their living in a brand new news game called: ‘All the news fit to Tweet’.


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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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