President Trump’s speech in Phoenix last night woke up the brain-dead in the leftstream media. Evidently the idea that President Trump called for national unity was too much to take. The Presidents speechup set the emotionally unstable leftstream media longing for the days of divisness and racial divide that marked the Obama administrations tenure.
The left is well aware that any move towards unifying the country will spell doom for their agenda to replace our republic with a totalitarian fascist state.
National unity would make the democrats irrelevant. The democrat’s victimization agenda would also become irrelevant. National unity would not only destroy the democrat’s platform of victimization but change the political landscape by putting the democrats and the left’s shattered vision of America to rest….WFM
Donald Trump’s Phoenix speech fires up hate-filled media
By Cheyl K Chumley, The Washington Times, August 24, 2017
President Donald Trump touched a media nerve in Arizona — and how.
Members of the supposed celebrated Fourth Estate tore into the president, post-Phoenix, adopting a “how dare he!” approach to deal with their bruised egos.
Fact is: Trump may not be the most nuanced of speakers, but his accusatory rant against the press, while lengthy, contained nuggets of truth. The media has covered this White House administration in watchdog-turned-pitbull ways it never would have dreamed during the Barack Obama era.
Russia collusion, anyone?
But here’s some media reaction — or, thin-skinned overreaction, perhaps — to Trump’s speech.
“This was a hateful, derisive speech,” blasted MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough, the Hill noted. “It was a frightening speech.”
And this, from CNN’s Ana Navarro: Trump must have “dementia.”
And this, from CNN’s Don Lemon: “He’s unhinged. It’s embarrassing. … His speech was without thought, it was without reason, it was devoid of facts, it was devoid of wisdom, it was devoid of gravitas. There was no sanity there.”
And this, from Democratic strategist Maria Cardona: “He might be psychologically demented and ill of the mind.
But what did Trump say that gave rise to such criticisms?
Only what he’s said before — but with both barrels blasting. He called the press “damned dishonest” and accused the “fake news and the crooked media” of causing “the division in our country.”
He went on — and on and on about it, which is maybe the reason for the media’s all-courts-press to react so harshly. But once again, peel back the layers of criticism Trump delivered and it’s true — the media has been vicious and over-the-top in its coverage of this administration.
Trump may be mocked and rebuked for his frequent use of Twitter. But truly, if he didn’t turn to the social media platform on a daily basis, his views, his real views, might never even make it into the public square.