Jim Acosta

CNN’s Acosta Somehow Made The North Korea Summit About Himself

The sheer and utter absurdity with which CNN and other fake news connoisseurs operate has somehow increased in 2018, even after an entire year of Trump triumphs sabotaging their progressive and pedantic narrative.

In the midst of this is the all-important fact that these “news” stations are nothing more than conduits for advertisers to pour their own consumer propaganda directly into your skull.  CNN cannot exist without these advertisers, and these advertisers have a natural progressive agenda to sell you.  Because, of course, how will you continue to buy their products if those products refuse to evolve into something newsomething different.  Their products progress, and so they must convince you that unnecessary change is now somehow necessary.

That is why the media itself is inherently liberal:  You need to be prodded to buy new products at all times.  Otherwise, these corporate cretins won’t hit their numbers and take their 7-figure bonuses  to the jewelry store to pick something nice out for their mistresses.

And, in order to keep this progression coming, they hire overtly liberal, overly aggressive reporters like Jim Acosta, who this week reiterated his reputation as one of the most obnoxious men in the “news” game.

Kim Jong Un got a taste of President Trump’s pain when CNN star Jim Acosta peppered the world leaders with grandstanding questions following their historic summit in Singapore early Tuesday.

“Mr. President, how is the meeting going so far, sir?” the Trump-bashing newsman hollered as Trump and Kim exited their conference room at the Capella Hotel following a 35-minute meeting. “Any progress, Mr. President?”

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“Chairman Kim, will you denuclearize?” he pressed. “Mr. President, how’s it going so far, sir?”

When Trump finally responded by saying it was going “Very, very good,” Acosta, who was the designated pool reporter assigned to represent U.S. media organizations, seemed encouraged to demand answers from Kim, who is used to a more compliant media.

“Will you give up your nuclear weapons, sir?” Acosta shouted, either unaware that Kim had just pledged to do exactly that or thinking that his probing interrogation technique might elicit a more fulsome answer than the recently concluded diplomatic session.

This is far from the first time that Acosta has attempted to turn the cameras on himself, often clashing with Sarah Huckabee Sanders in the White House Press Briefing room.

The desperation of the media is growing disconcerting where it was once humorous, and Jim Acosta is the head clown in this circus.

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