- That moment when one fake news outlet attacks another fake news outlet, as reported by yet another fake news outlet. This is getting extremely fake-complicated.: Dean Baquet, the fake editor of the fakest fakety fakey fake Newspaper of Record, the New York Times, got all sassy regarding the fake news competition yesterday. He told an interviewer with another fake news outlet – The Hill – that the new slogan adopted by the Washington Post, “Democracy Dies in the Dark”, “sounds like the next Batman movie.” Oooooh, burn!
- Hey, could we just scrap that whole college degree requirement while we’re at it?: The Associated Press reports that New York teachers’ unions are demanding that the state scrap a basic literacy test that is given to prospective public school teachers. The test is similar to tests that these teachers would be giving to their students. The reason they want to do away with the test is so predictably pathetic it would make a normal person (i.e., not a Democrat politician or fake news media employee) cry: too many prospective teachers are failing the test. No one could have ever seen that one coming.
- The Senator From The News Media’s blood sugar was low again on Sunday.: Arizona Senator John McCain continued his campaign to maximize this appearances on MSNBC and CNN, telling an interviewer on Sunday that he is demanding President Trump prove his claim that Trump Tower was wiretapped by the Obama Administration. “The president has one of two choices, either retract, or to provide the information that the American people deserve,” McCain said. That single sentence will net the cranky Senator two eight-minute segments with Chris Matthews on MSNBC’s “Hardball”. No word if CNN is considering simply making McCain the host of a nightly hour-long program in its failing prime-time lineup, but it should be.
- Just one more thing for the Senator from the news media to get cranky about.: The Washington Post reports that the budget submitted to congress later this month by President Trump (I never get tired of typing those words) will contain “historic cuts” in the federal work force. Of course, the fake news reporters who wrote the story fail to mention the fact the historic increases in the federal work force created during eight years of Barack Obama. In any event, we can expect to see hundreds of fake sob stories from the fake media as it mounts a coordinated campaign with the Democrats to make sure that each and every federal worker keeps his or her job in the coming weeks. Because acting as the propaganda wing of the Democratic Party is what the fake news media does.
Just another day in fake news media America.
That is all.