Enemies of the People: Corrupt Media Can’t Decide if Russia is Colluding with Trump or Sanders

The Evening Campaign Update (Because the Campaign Never Ends)

At his rally in Las Vegas Friday afternoon, President Donald Trump taunted the New York Times for its effort to revive the whole Russia Collusion nonsense one more time:

 

No kidding – it’s a point I made in this morning’s Campaign Update, in fact. Of course, Putin would rather have the outright communist installed in the White House.

Oh, and hey, guess what? According to the laughably corrupt hacks at the Washington Post, Putin is actually helping The Commie, not Trump:

C’mon, all you sleazy liberal hacks – which is it? In all seriousness, what we have here is a classic case of split agendas colliding in the Deep State echo chamber: They can’t decide who to try to kill – Trump or The Commie? So, first they leak yesterday’s nonsense about Trump to the Times, and when the initial polling data on that one comes back that literally nobody outside of the DC echo chamber believes any of this crap anymore, they say, hey, let’s go after Bernie instead!, and they get their toadies at the Post to dummy up this story attacking The Commie.

Here’s the real danger in all of this: There have now been so many utterly false media reports tossed around about Russian interference in U.S. elections that the corrupt media outlets and our despicably corrupt intelligence agencies have lost all credibility. God help us if Putin ever does make a serious effort to interfere in a presidential election, because if he does, nobody in the public at large will believe the reporting about it.

At the end of the day, the Democrats and their media toadies have done Putin’s work for him. And who know? Perhaps that was their real goal all along.

After all, they really are enemies of the people.

That is all.

Today’s news moves at a faster pace than ever. Whatfinger.com is my go-to source for keeping up with all the latest events in real time.

6 thoughts on “Enemies of the People: Corrupt Media Can’t Decide if Russia is Colluding with Trump or Sanders

  1. phineas gage - February 21, 2020

    “I deplore… the putrid state into which our newspapers have passed and the malignity, the vulgarity, and mendacious spirit of those who write for them… These ordure’s are rapidly depraving the public taste and lessening its relish for sound food. As vehicles of information and a curb on our functionaries, they have rendered themselves useless by forfeiting all title to belief… This has, in a great degree, been produced by the violence and malignity of party spirit.” ~Thomas Jefferson, 1814

  2. bossmikeabbottorg - February 21, 2020

    I have to say that from the beginning on the Russiagate junk starting, I believed that the true intention was to completely disrupt normal discourse on any rational level and to simply paralyze the US (if this all originated in Russia). The sad truth is that if I’m right, it’s worked wonderfully to paralyze Trump for 3+ years (at least to the extent that is possible). If i’m wrong then it’s the Dems doing what ultimately is far more destructive to our country.

  3. guidvce4 - February 22, 2020

    And the boy who cried “wolf” has done so, again. And the rational thinking villagers are giving a cursory glance towards the possibility of that being true. For just a moment, then turn back towards whatever they were dealing with before the corpse of “russia, russia, russia” was revived for however a brief amount of time.
    Obviously, the left hasn’t figured out that it is best to let disproved, now obvious, allegations remain in the grave of failed attempts to overturn the ’16 election.
    This, too, will hurt them in the ’20 election. They just don’t get it. Good. “We the People” are watching and groaning when each old allegation made new is floated by the left. And, yes, there will be a price to pay.
    Nov. 3rd, 2020 is when the bill is due and will be collected.
    Just sayin’. KAG2020.

  4. Francisco Machado - February 22, 2020

    Trump has, I believe, expressed the opinion (shared by me because it presents the starkest contrast) that Bernie the Commie is his preferred electoral opponent. On that assumption, any Russian attempt to promote the candidacy of Sanders IS helping Trump. I have even read reports that, in open primary jurisdictions, Republican voters are giving Bernie their vote.

  5. Jimmy MacAfee - February 22, 2020

    It didn’t make sense for Russia to back Trump: he’s all about restoring America to her greatness. Since Russia wants Alaska back, how would that make sense? One of the first things President Trump did upon entering office was to open Anwar, and then declare that domestic energy production was/is a national security issue. That blocks any attempt to give Alaska to the Russians.

    Think Russia likes that?

  6. Jimmy MacAfee - February 22, 2020

    All of the Dim candidates, in their utter hatred of all things carbon, would find it convenient to sell Alaska back to Russia. That is a serious issue, and no one is asking the right questions.

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