Welcome to another News from Nowhere. Boy, does the whole media business have egg on its face this week. This business looks like it’s entirely out to get Donald Trump, in any way possible — even if their stories aren’t true!
For instance: CNN reported Friday that Trump and his son Don Jr, had been offered access to hacked DNC documents. Wrong! Then the Washington Post’s Dave Weigel Tweeted there was sparse attendance at a Trump rally in Florida, when in fact the photo was taken well before all the people arrived. Fake news!
Needless to say, Donald and Don Jr. have had a field day.
This, my friends, is why Trump is still standing in spite of himself: it is because it is obvious to everyone that the media is on a witch hunt in an all-out effort to get President Trump removed from office. And these reporters aren’t letting the facts get in the way of their witch hunting; they are just reporting whatever. Maybe these elite media organizations should stick to the facts from now on; then maybe they might get somewhere.
This is the part of the article where I point out the number of people elected to the White House — One — versus the number of people elected to the media, which is Zero. My point is made.
So, that’s that for that. Now, let’s move on to some very good news, for a change, shall we? Here it is:
Iraq has declared victory over ISIS.
And that, my friends, is the good news for this week. Also, in other good news, the victory parade for Toronto FC is tomorrow.
Oh, and Coco won the box office for the third weekend running.
That is all I feel like writing tonight.