WASHINGTON. When it comes to the establishment media, there is no good President Trump can do. The Main Stream Media negatively reports on President Trump even when reality demands otherwise. Nearly two years into the Trump presidency, and there is still resistance to his administration on every level. Liberals demand compliance with their way of thinking. Independent thought is wrong. The media will take the leaks out of politicians mouth to spin the news narrative. Their lies and mistruths so blatant, they create the Myth of Donald J. Trump.
The myth of Donald J. Trump: Constantly mocked, always reprehensible.
They, the media, accuse Trump of breaking traditions. Their rub is that he takes his message directly to the people, avoiding the media altogether. Yet the media breaks journalistic traditions all the time. A constant moving of goal posts at their whim.
Many concerned point out that the establishment swamp that controls what Trump calls fake news, evidences the greed and envy over Trump’s winning. Trump has complained about the common behavior of, say, Google in promoting the propaganda and ideology of the swamp while taking steps to hide conservative views.
Are Trump’s successes more than they can stand. Are they green over President Trump doing what he said, as a candidate, he would do if elected? Something most politicians never do.
The Main Stream Media: Doctors, lawyers and Indian Chiefs
Mainstream media loves to play doctor and analyze how President Trump has taken the United States into unknown territory. They crow that “when they go low they go high,” but they don’t.
Proof of the Main Stream Media malfeasance is their ability to ignore accomplishments, claiming they are something else entirely. Trump’s economy? Started by Obama. Trump economic policy has been ineffective. Korea? A foreign policy disaster of gargantuan size. Russia? Well, we all know that is just collusion. It is the ongoing myth of Donald J. Trump.
In the not so recent past, the media reporting on the economy, particularly when numbers were good, was commonplace. On September 20, the DOW hit its highest number ever. But the news is all about Kavanaugh’s accuser and Michael Cohen flipping on the President (to save his own skin).
The establishment is hell-bent on how information is delivered. Who is relevant or not, note relevant, not correct. For example, the Brett Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford. The media are now demonstrating to the world that not even the duly elected President of the United States of America is a match for its power.
And that we can ignore the economy in search of the salacious.
The media fascination with the fictional fallacy of the myth of Donald J. Trump
The Trump Russia Dossier has been fully discredited as the fictional creation of Clinton cronies in the DOJ and FBI. However, it continues to be a favorite loop of liberal broadcasters. Even knowing it is nothing but lies and mistruths. Those who like to take notes understand that Hillary Clinton and her husband have been accused of being puppets for the establishment for a very long time. The declassifying of those FISA warrants and support documents should be an interesting bit of sunlight.
It is difficult to understand a bunch of people who dish out to themselves trillions of dollars, call everybody else a deplorable, and then act surprised when somebody stands up to them. When Donald Trump stands up, on Twitter or before a crowd of thousands, and says “The game is rigged, folks” they act as if speaks a lie.
Clinging to the delusion of the superiority of the establishment over reality, the establishment took a paragraph from the conspiracy theorists. Almost at year two, and Hillary Clinton is still not President.
A defeated establishment, often referred to as the swamp by Trump, refuse to accept that Trump will ever be their president. Despite the lowest Hispanic, and African American unemployment in history. Call him a bigot, history is littered with them. But can one be a bigger bigot than somebody who wants to control the information being given to you?
Speaking of big mouthed individuals
Recently Obama gave a speech during which he told the world he created the Trump economic surge. That today’s economy actually began before 2016.
The audience, the world was stunned by Obama’s brashness.,The establishment economic advisors gave themselves a pat on the back.
Then, Kevin Hassett, chairman of the Council for Economic Advisers, debunked those half-truths from President Obama very neatly and efficiently.
Presenting on September 10 at a White House press briefing, Hassett stated that “the strong economy that we are seeing is just a continuation of recent trends…this is a testable hypothesis”, and he went on to show the break with Obama in key areas such as, small business optimism, business investment, capital goods and shipments, new business applications, as well as growth of private non residential fixed investment that is well above projections.
Of course, media fronts like Google will not be touting Trump’s success, even though he just wants the American people to have bread on the table. Establishment swamp denizens turn all things into an “us vs. them”, so they can continue with the never-ending lie that they are some sort of light in this world.
We know they are creating divisions among Americans,blaming Trump for that which they wrought. And who, we know, has created the myth of Donald J. Trump.