When Trump called the media the “enemy of the American people,” the Left was all up in arms about it…

They compared him to Hitler and Mussolini, saying that the practice of doing so was nothing more than a fascist tactic.

Now…

Either they’re right and Trump is as bad as they say he is…

Or they’re completely off-base and Trump is simply doing what he does best: cutting through the bulls**t and telling them how it REALLY is.

Journalistic integrity died the MOMENT that CNN went to a 24-hour news cycle. They stopped caring about news and instead cared more about ratings and ad revenue.

The minute profit became more important than the truth, it was the end of the mainstream media “reporting” news…

After that, it became about them “making” the news, because there just wasn’t enough content to fill 24 hours worth of airtime.

Over time, this switch in journalism has gotten progressively worse. We’ve been seeing its peak over the past three years, and reporters have been making more news—and worse, making things up—while Trump has been in office.

Making The News, Not REPORTING It

It was the media that ran with the Russia collusion hoax, and the New York Times earned itself a Pulitzer Prize for the coverage of Trump’s alleged ties to Russia! Think about that—the NYT won the most coveted prize in journalism—for reporting a LIE!

Even worse?

Jim Acosta…

This idiot tries to get into sparring matches with Trump at every turn, not because he’s looking for the truth, but because he’s trying to make sensational TV.

Acosta doesn’t care about the truth…

If he did, he would have fostered a trusting relationship with our president instead of trying to bombard him with leading and vitriolic questions.

But here’s the worst part…

If it were just confined to the president, that would be one thing—but it’s not.

The media is having a field day with the Wuhan virus. They’ve been pointing fingers at Trump since the beginning…

But now they’re turning their attention to the people around Trump and playing their sensationalistic games – and that’s dangerous, and it could wind up costing people lives.

Why Making News Can Be DANGEROUS!

On a recent radio appearance, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, called out the “journalists” who have tried creating a rift between him and the President even though there is none.

They want there to be a division…

Why? Because it’ll sell advertising and newspapers. A fight between Trump and Dr. Fauci would be GREAT tabloid fodder—but it isn’t true, no matter how hard they try to make is look like it is.

The host of the show, Vince Coglianese, gave Dr. Fauci a platform to get this fake fight off his chest when he asked him if he thought the media was trying to create a rift between them…

And what Dr. Fauci said isn’t surprising at all. In fact, it’s exactly what you’d think he’d say…

“That is really unfortunate. I would wish that would stop because we have a much bigger problem here than trying to point out differences. They really, fundamentally, at the core when you look at it, there are not differences. The president has listened to what I’ve said with the other people on the task force have said. When I’ve made recommendations, he’s taken them. He’s never countered and overridden me. The idea of pitting one against the other is just not helpful and I’d wish that would stop so we can look ahead at the challenge we have together to get over this thing.”

Thank you for being honest, Dr. Fauci…

It’s good to see that our president is working hard to do whatever he can to help America get through this troubling time.

What can you take from this?

Well, the short answer is: don’t listen to mainstream news. Get your news from trusted, yet INDEPENDENT, sources that only care about the truth.

Stop allowing these Fake News outlets to make money off your viewership.

Take a stand against it…

Show them that America cares more about the truth than the media’s sensationalism.

Hit ‘em where it hurts…

Their pockets.

 

“There are no journalistic ethics that transcend the value of human life. There are none. In a situation where you can save a human life, you must. There isn’t any conflict in my mind.” – Sebastian Junger