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Epic Fail: Watch the Media Predict Trump’s Downfall, Only to be Surprised by Voters!

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One of the most enjoyable aspects of Donald Trump’s electoral victory has been the utter emotional collapse of the leftists who supported Obama’s rise to tyranny and now realize that by embracing Obama’s totalitarian bent – they’ve just empowered a man that they completely disagree with… whether it’s college students in the fetal position crying on the sidewalks of their campuses, or Obama aides simpering in corners as the President meets with Trump in the White House, or the wailing and gnashing of teeth that we have witnessed from our liberal media.

On show after show, in interview after interview, the American people were exposed to almost 18 months of media punditry mocking Donald Trump and telling America why he could never be elected. (I myself bought this narrative hook, line, and sinker – I was sure that Trump could never win a general election.) Now, we get to look back and enjoy the deliciously wrong prognostications of the liberal media, and even better, we get to see them stammer and stutter as they try to explain just how they got it so wrong.

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Honestly, isn’t there a point where we all wonder what the pundits on TV are getting paid for when it comes to election coverage? It’s all well and good for them to write for newspapers, magazines, and websites and to even give their opinion about the world around them on TV and radio… but why do we care what they think about how the election is going to go? Most of the people who appear on the major broadcast networks (and even on cable) live in major media markets like New York, Washington, D.C., and Los Angeles. What do these people know about the rest of us who live in “flyover country”? Nothing. So why do we care about their opinion on how we might vote? It’s ludicrous.

I don’t know about you, but I will continue to enjoy (with an unhealthy amount of glee) the media’s meltdown about the 2016 election. It’s just delicious.

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