Hillary's flying monkeys in the press are going full court against Donald Trump, in an effort to discredit him and get the Republican Party to disown him. Journalism is dead. Let's look at the abuses so far today.
From Media Equalizer: "This is CNN: Trump called ‘loud mouth dick’ live on air. Strategist Liz Mair later gloats on Twitter over outburst."
Serial loser. She worked for Rand Paul, Scott Walker, Rick Perry and Carly Fiorina.
From American Mirror: "NBC News reporter compares Donald Trump to woman beater."
I didn't have to look it up. It's Katy Tur. She needs a D at the end of her name and not just because she is a Democrat.
From Politico: "Gaps in Melania Trump's immigration story raise questions."
Gaps in Hillary's story after story after story go unchallenged by the media.
And then Khan, Khan, Khan, Khan.
He is a lawyer who specializes in Muslim immigration. Worked with Loretta Lynch when she was in private practice.
Enough is enough. One fellow at Fox News is standing up to this madness.
From Howard Kurtz:
This is what a full-fledged feeding frenzy looks like.
With Donald Trump facing the roughest stretch of his candidacy, the media have moved from questioning his sanity to depicting a campaign in disarray and top Republicans still wondering whether they can dump the nominee.
That won’t happen, of course, but it’s an indication of the toxic nature of the coverage and the flood of anti-Trump leaks now washing across the media landscape.
There’s a natural piling-on effect when campaigns go off the rails: The polls dip, the critics step up their rhetoric, staffers start pointing fingers, and the press keeps the vicious cycle going.
But I’ve never seen anything like this.It's fascist.
The strong-armed dictator controls the media first.
You think Cruz or Rubio would be immune to this stuff? The press stopped Adolf Romney, Adolf McCain, and Adolf Dole.
We already have proven Hillary is above the law. Whitewater, Travelgate, stealing White House furniture, Benghazi, email server -- I am sure I am leaving out three or four other of these in-your-face flaunting of the law. She's Imelda Marcos without the shoes.
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