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Disinfecting the White House Press Room

In light of a recent report by the Media Research Center which showed that 91% of his coverage is negative, President Trump suggested it is time to clean up the press room by revoking some press credentials.

In response, Democrats are attempting to falsely define the narrative.

Typical, for them.

For example, the correct term is abortion, not pro-choice.

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The correct term is illegal alien, not undocumented.

The correct term is mental deficiency, not progressivism.

And, in the case of many occupants in today’s White House press room, the term is activist, not journalist.

Here is how the media is attempting to frame the president’s suggestion:

“President Trump says he might revoke credentials from some journalists.”

Wrong. Very wrong.

He is not talking about unbiased journalists. He’s talking about Democrats in disguise.

The hottest of hot takes on the issue comes from, no surprise, VOX, who posted this scorching point of relevancy, destined to blow up the entire direction of the story: “The most recent Media Research Center report, from Jan 1 to April 30 of this year, shows that 90% of Trump coverage was negative, not 91%. Previous Media Research reports, issued last fall showed 91%.”

Oh, it’s a paltry 90% as opposed to 91%? Well then, that’s different.

NOTHING escapes the sharp eyes of the dull minds over at Vox.

As this welcome and necessary sanitization takes place, the left will try once again to hide the truth. They will attempt to make this an issue about freedom of the press, hoping the American people forget the press is not the press at all, they are sycophantic lap dogs who parrot the distributed talking points from their insect Overlords.

The American people have known for years that much of the media have forsaken journalism for influence peddling. CNN was renamed the Clinton News Network long before Donald Trump came onto the political scene, and deservedly so. During the election, many media outlets, the Washington Post, NY Times and CNN chief amongst them, gave up all remaining pretense of being news sources devoted to presenting facts for the public to digest and form opinions on. They boldly went all in for Hillary, shedding the scant trace of bipartisanship they had remaining. Now, after the fact, they want to pretend it never happened. They want us to forget their campaigning, and believe they are unbiased new sources. And, entirely convinced they’re intellectually superior to everyone else, they think we can’t see through their charade.

But in the age of new media, they no longer control the narrative.

And they won’t get away with framing the news with lies and counterfeit terminology.

President Trump isn’t banning journalists.

He’s draining the swamp. Just like he promised.

S.P. Palermo

Sonny Palermo is an editor, novelist, humorist and marketing director. His writing has appeared at Lucianne’s, David Horowitz’s News Reel Blog, American Thinker, I Hate the Media and the Daily Caller, as well as other popular websites and magazines. His favorite quote is "With Words I Enlist a Dark Army." (Pat Conroy, Prince of Tides) When asked to submit a short bio, he sent us this: I was born. Then a lot of other stuff happened. Currently I'm in Vegas, Sin City, where 50% of my time is spent in the confessional booth trying to explain (and seeking penance for) the other 50%.

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