PORTSMOUTH, OH – The media muckrakers and the resulting mudslinging mania mob revealed their fear and frustration over a freedom-loving capitalist announcing another run for leader in our great land of liberty. It appears they crapped their pants. Perusing the retorts made me snicker. Methinks thou dost protest too much. Their hate-fest frenzy makes a person ponder about what they are so afraid of.
“Television networks snub Trump’s campaign announcement,” reported by The Washington Examiner. “ABC, CBS, and NBC all opted not to air former President Donald Trump’s announcement of his 2024 presidential campaign.”
And yet, the lamestream media watched Trump’s speech – just so they could bash and trash him.
NPR’s meltdown showed the biggest diaper doo-doo pile:
BREAKING: Donald Trump, who tried to overthrow the results of the 2020 presidential election and inspired a deadly riot at the Capitol in a desperate attempt to keep himself in power, has filed to run for president again in 2024.
The gnarly Washington Post (aka Washington Compost) huffed and puffed, “The twice-impeached former president Donald Trump, 76, who refused to concede in the 2020 election and is the subject of multiple criminal investigations, is running again in 2024, increasing the likelihood of a potential rematch with President Biden.”
The snarly New York Times (aka New York Slime) growled that Trump announced his 2024 campaign by “repeating lies and exaggerating (his) record.”
“We’ve already had four years of flagrant profiteering, outright buffoonery and contemptuous prejudice, culminating in the attempted overthrow of American democracy,” wheezed MSNBC.
Russ Weiss, journalist at The Political Insider, did a bang-up job at captioning the desperation and rage in tweets and headlines from the lamestream media.
The media messypants need to take a hot bath and soak away their smell of trepidation and terror. Bring on the Trump campaign!
“…legitimacy is based on three things. First of all, the people who are asked to obey authority have to feel like they have a voice–that if they speak up, they will be heard. Second, the law has to be predictable. There has to be a reasonable expectation that the rules tomorrow are going to be roughly the same as the rules today. And third, the authority has to be fair. It can’t treat one group differently from another.” ―Malcolm Gladwell from “David and Goliath: Underdogs, Misfits, and the Art of Battling Giants”