President Donald Trump has been under attack by the leftist mainstream media for the duration of his fledgling first term.
With nearly a year under his belt, the unconventional Commander in Chief has garnered his fair share of detractors stemming from the completely and absurdly biased coverage that he receives in the press every day. Under his guidance, the term “fake news” has been injected into the culture of Americans political discourse, becoming such an effective tool for sniffing out nonsense that the purveyors of propaganda over at CNN want to literally ban the phrase.
Now, after mainstream pundit Joe Scarborough found himself on the receiving end of a presidential scolding via Twitter yesterday, the washed up “anchor” began to lash out once again, this time calling into question the Commander in Chief’s mental health; a popular go-to for the radical left.
“MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough said on Thursday that people close to President Trump told him during the campaign that Trump has ‘early stages of dementia.’
“During MSNBC’s ‘Morning Joe,’ Scarborough said Trump is ‘completely detached from reality.’
“‘You have somebody inside the White House that the New York Daily News says is mentally unfit,’ Scarborough said.“‘That people close to him say is mentally unfit, that people close to him during the campaign told me had early stages of dementia.’
“Scarborough said the country is closer to war on the Korean Peninsula than most Americans know.
“‘We heard this months ago, that we are going to have a ground war in Korea, they believe that inside the White House for a very long time,’ Scarborough said.”
Of course, Scarborough’s bizarre claims hold exactly zero weight, especially after the debacle surrounding Hillary Clinton’s failing health during the 2016 election was wholly ignored by the mainstream media simply due to the former First Lady’s democratic alignment.
This is simply another accusation against the President that will be considered baseless and bizarre in a week’s time. The mainstream media loves the soundbite and the headline, and declarations such as Joe Scarborough’s dementia “tip” are simply bits of sensationalism used to sell advertising revenue on his dinosaur of a network.