Since childhood, we’ve been told to “believe nothing that you hear and only half of what you see.” I think Edgar Allen Poe must have had a crystal ball to see into the year 2017 when he wrote that because this is the year that we can call time of death on journalism in America.
If you were undecided about who and what to believe before, you can officially cross NBC off your list after last night’s 2005 Trump tax return debacle. If you’ve been hearing the phrase “deep state” and wondering who exactly that is, Sean Hannity is here to clear it up for you.
They found it in a mailbox? That’s either a felony or something known as “checking the mail.” Which means someone sent it to them. Which legally means they are supposed to have a return address. What do you think are the chances that they are over there doing their best impression of investigative journalism and dusting it for prints? My guess is that they took the papers and sprinted to the closest rolling camera, wild-eyed with glee.
So is it that you understand why people voted for President Trump, or is it unbelievable that he won? Did Russia know that he was going to win, or was all of this so ridiculous that no one could have known it would happen?
Is his cardinal offense that he won the Presidency, or that he’s too wealthy to bribe? Or is that the problem, that America finally has a free agent who doesn’t have to worry about re-election or what kind of propaganda hate speech you air about him?
I doubt that this can be seen as anything other than a last ditch effort by the alt left media to discredit a workhorse of a President and all he is accomplishing.
I think Edgar Allen Poe might have also been talking about the media when he said:
“I don’t suffer from insanity, I enjoy every minute of it.”