The mainstream media has grown willfully farcical in recent months, tripping over themselves to attack President Trump in the most inane of ways.
We have had protracted conspiracy theories thrown our way from day one of Donald Trump’s candidacy, well over a year ago. At first, we were treated to the media simply dismissing Trump as a novelty candidate. In some cases, Trump believers were literally laughed into silence on national television.
As Trump ascended the ranks of the republican party, murmurings about the candidate’s connection to Russian leader Vladimir Putin began to leak from the malfeasant mouths of the mainstream media. Even after the election, and numerous rewrites of the Russia-Trump conspiracy, the left’s media lapdog still insists that Trump’s AWOL tax returns will somehow confirm their Kremlin-White House fantasy.
Now, CNN has endowed us with the gold medal, blue ribbon, numero uno example of non-news: Donald Trump’s ice cream appetite, and how it compare to those of the reporters around him.
“CNN finally got the scoop it was looking for: President Trump is unfair to the media.
“Trump sat down recently for an interview — and a four-course dinner — with three reporters from Time magazine. They dined in the White House Blue Room, and the reporters took note of everything they were served — and everything they were not.
“‘With the salad course, Trump is served what appeared to be Thousand Island dressing instead of the creamy vinaigrette for his guests,’ the reporters wrote.
“‘At the dessert course, he gets two scoops of vanilla ice cream with his chocolate cream pie, instead of the single scoop for everyone else.'”
CNN then went all-in on the ice cream discrepancy, devoting airtime to the absurd complaint.
This is precisely how the media intends to conduct its war against the successes of President Trump; by flooding their platforms with negative news about the Commander in Chief, no matter what. The smothering of our senses with any anti-Trump headline or argument is meant to weaken our defenses to bunk journalism, furthering the mainstream media’s ability to pass their next volume of nonsense under our noses.