CNN and the rest of the so-called “mainstream” media are carrying out a mission to destroy Donald Trump.
These outlets believe their status as “objective” news outlets can be leveraged to fooling people into demanding Trump be removed from office.
But this poll was bad news for CNN and the rest of the anti-Trump media.
Nothing inflamed the anti-Trump media more than Trump’s declaration that the fake news media was the enemy of the American people.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) February 17, 2017
At the time, Trump was referencing the fact that those anti-Trump outlets were actively engaged in employing the Russia conspiracy theory as part of a soft coup to overthrow his Presidency.
And the press has only stepped up their efforts to undo the results of the 2016 election in the year that followed.
Even more fake news stories about the Russia investigation – such as CNN claiming Donald Trump Jr. had advanced knowledge of WikiLeaks releasing emails – have been published or aired by so-called “mainstream” news outlets.
But the media’s crusade to nullify the votes of Trump supporters is backfiring.
A new Quinnipiac poll found 51 percent of Republican voters agree with Trump that the media is the enemy of the people.
Only 37% of Republican voters say the news media is “an important part of democracy” vs. a majority, 51%, who says it’s “the enemy of the people,” via new Quinnipiac poll today.
— Ryan Struyk (@ryanstruyk) April 26, 2018
It’s not hard to see why.
The press cannot contain their hatred for this President.
And it seeps into their coverage.
Trump voters see the media for what it is – attacking the notion that the voters are entitled to choose their own leaders.
By promoting fake news like Russian collusion, the media is attempting to exercise a heckler’s veto over the voter’s selection.
If Americans are not allowed to choose their own leaders – and the media is able to invalidate a Presidential election – then we no longer have a functioning democracy.
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