You may read the poorly written piece here. In essence this is fake news, and not even smart propaganda: Trump was on Hannity last week, and today did long stint on Plante. But I suppose I ought not be shocked since CNN has given up reporting news.
Make no mistake about it, the media is engaged in a literal coup against the people and our government. They are being assisted by their allies in the Democrat Party.
It might seem as a bit of an overstatement to assert such, but there is no way to explain the inability of the press and the Democrat Party to read simple sentences, and decipher the clear meaning of those sentences. Take the Donald Trump Jr. email, which he released of his own volition, much to the anger of little Brian Stelter. The media are children, and they act like it making it more evident they deserve not our time, but plenty of our ire that a brat would, or a bully.
They are quite happy as a result to promote the fake story that DT Jr. committed treason. However, treason is a specific thing, and triggering such a serious accusation means to cross a very high bar–which includes conspiring to overthrow the government, with emphasis on the levying for war not just the mere conspiracy.
To put it another way, despotisms set a low bar for treason. The American Founders made the bar high in order to protect the rights of citizens from a despotism experience under the monarchy. This is what the left and the media wants us to revert back to, however. That’s dangerous and it means that they have every intention to play the Constitution as not really a document of law with real meaning and understanding with the aim of securing rights. The left would rather jettison those rights to rid us of the peoples’ choice.
Of course, they forget Clinton and Clinton have actually engaged in pay for play exchanges with foreign governments in order to harm their political opponents:
“Ukrainian government officials tried to help Hillary Clinton and undermine Trump by publicly questioning his fitness for office,” Politico’s Ken Vogel and David Stern reported. “They also disseminated documents implicating a top Trump aide in corruption and suggested they were investigating the matter, only to back away after the election. And they helped Clinton’s allies research damaging information on Trump and his advisers, a Politico investigation found.
The covert Ukrainian campaign had some effect — it helped forced Trump to fire his campaign chief, Manafort, in a shakeup that made a difficult August even more difficult — but has generated about one-millionth the interest that Russia’s meddling has produced.
The corrupt Democrats thwarted a real money scheme to change the 1996 election:
Chung testified before the House of Representatives that the head of Chinese military intelligence told him: “We like your president very much. We hope to see him re-elected. I’ll give you 300,000 U.S. dollars. You can give it to your president and the Democratic Party.” Republicans called for an independent counsel to investigate. Clinton’s attorney general refused to appoint one. The mainstream media was mostly unperturbed, if I recall correctly.
The media is covering up the fact that they have, actually, never been much of a fan of this government’s stated ideal or purpose. They have, even in friendly times, absconded with the law, and locked her away in order to effect their pursuit of power.
For now, all we can say is that the emails confirm Donald Trump, Jr.’s account, and support the conclusion that once again, the New York Times and the Washington Post have made fools of themselves by trying to fashion an anti-Trump news story out of entirely innocent materials.
We meant to point this out earlier, but over the flap with President Trump over the continuing fabrication of news stories, Trump claimed that the
news organization had not only failed to call his staff to get their comments (something that used to be required in “journalism” but that their ratings have tanked. By the way, they have. Can anyone inform me how a network should be taken seriously when they only pull between 190-300,000 viewers in a country of over 300,000,000?
At any rate, the network responded thusly:
A couple of things here. As we already noted, even the being watched in their history, is is not impressive. They run third consistently, and only get maybe 800,000 viewers a night (at their peak!)
But we also now know the network employed people who cannot write. First there is an it’s/its problem. The sentence is a possessive and its, not it’s, refers to the network’s rating. Therefore, its rating, not it is ratings, is grammatically correct.
But wait there’s more.
“Those are the facts” is a numbers problem that begs agreement. What the Democrat typist should have written was “that is a fact.” The writer only wrote one fact, and that fact is not a “those,” unless the writer was speaking of many ratings, which the writer was not.
This network is not very careful and sloppy on nearly every level.
Project Veritas is doing what we would call real investigative journalism. He is in fact out performing all the news outlets on cable, including Fox.
For those who have not seen the video, it should dispel CNN has any creditability. However, might we not extrapolate that all TV new networks do the same thing for the money damn the truth? Yes, and no. It is possible, but not all networks are the same.
What we do know is CNN makes stuff up, sensationalizes stories, and cares not about informing the public. This is propaganda, and CNN is a fake new organization top down.
The Ariana Grande of News, Chris Wallace, has a hard time following the logical reasoning based on questions of a hypothetical he asked the adult in the room: Jay Sekelow. Wallace should know better, but alas, he doesn’t.
The whole point of the tweet by Trump was in response to the “anonymous” (hence likely fake) reports that he was under investigation–the can’t be this obtuse, but increasingly either they are, or they like playing the schtick.