John McCain harasses President Trump for exposing the press, its associates, writers and broadcasters for disseminating false news. It doesn’t matter that President Trump colors his own words to his advantage.
News agencies put out false news daily. Later, when I find it to be deliberately false, I lose trust in and respect for those who created the lie and those who then ran with the lie. I’ll watch a news conference, then look at the news on the conference minutes later and find the headlines misleading to the point of purposeful manipulation. I go on to read the story and find the same thing. If I had not seen nor heard with my own eyes and ears, I would have accepted lies as the truth. That’s on me for being gullible. But should it be on me?
John McCain covers for those organizations that print false news, purposely slanting the truth to support their agenda or discredit somebody else’s agenda. They are all guilty – as are you who participate.
President Trump continues the attack, as he should, until such time the press acknowledges their complicity in socially and politically engineering the populace with inaccurate information for the purpose of swaying public opinion in favor of their elitist agendas.
John McCain? Harassing and publicly humiliating a president for exposing organizations engaged in the willful destabilization of a nation, a task that needed to be done decades ago, is unpatriotic. The press must admit to its past fraudulent actions and take meaningful steps to change the direction of its libelous and slanderous behavior.
This is not about President Trump being as guilty. It’s about a press that needs to change and yes, it’s okay with me if one of the offenders leads that effort. Who better to do it, than one who has been on both sides of this issue?
It’s unfortunate that you, Mr. McCain, sought to silence thus block this effort, because you didn’t like the person leading the effort.
Nobody but President Trump has spoken out about all the trash the press releases as truth. Once again it doesn’t matter that he contributes to it – so do you Mr. McCain. All it means is that you all must change together.
We the people need to trust our news agencies – and yes they are ours – since if we didn’t watch the garbage flowing from your lying, deceitful mouths, while you sell sex via the broadcasters to keep us distracted from what we hear by what we see, you would all be out of business. What an insult. Hey, maybe the news and entertainment puppets don’t have brains, but most everyone else does.
Madison Avenue? Take note. Holding different people, different groups to different standards creates chaos, and right now the chaos creators are the talking heads in and on all news and entertainment outlets. Nobody listens to the other person. Even those who appear to listen aren’t hearing. Everybody talks over everybody else or all at once. There isn’t any discourse that hasn’t been pre-scripted, until somebody loses their temper.
When you need somebody talking into your ear buds telling you how to respond to a question or what question to ask, you lose all credibility and integrity.
I’m wondering now if it was fake news when Don Lemon of CNN notoriety told the world he was now ‘going after’ Trump supporters, apparently shifting his focus away from Trump? Whoa. When did it become the job description of a fake news broadcaster to go after people who view the show, who don’t support the broadcaster’s personal agenda? It’s time for him to take a narcissism break. And if Trump supporters aren’t viewing his show, then how is he going to ‘go after’ them? Is he going to get his supporters to ‘go after’ them? How is that done?
What exactly does he mean by ‘going after’ Trump supporters? The same thing Maxine Waters meant, when she said it? He’ll ruin the lives of people who don’t support his personal agenda? ‘Hands off HUD’, she threatened Trump, that’s her baby? “I’m coming for you, I’m coming for you”, she said to Trump on international television. Well, somebody better lay their hands on HUD to correct the corruption before it blows up in everybody’s faces. If the public knew what goes on in those HUD protected properties they’d all be shut down.
I’m not going to say bring it on, because it comes to me anyway, but Don Lemon of CNN notoriety and Maxine Waters U.S. Representative for California – both menacing bullies – need to step down from their posts. He’s not fit to lead discussions on important issues, based on his ‘better than everybody else’ vengeful, hostile nature openly directed toward anyone who doesn’t support his views and agendas – and now even toward people who aren’t even there in the studio. He’s ‘going after’ half the people whom Madison Avenue relies on to buy their products. He’s out. He’s had too many second chances.
Maxine Waters is not fit to serve California or the nation in any capacity regarding the welfare of anyone. HUD buildings have become a haven for drug makers, sellers, runners, users, prostitution and human trafficking and more, all under her leadership according to her, since she’s the one who told President Trump, “HANDS Off HUD”.
Hands down, she’s gone. HUD needs an overhaul, not just a fix. There exists gross violations of not just civil rights but human rights of the tenants who reside in those buildings.
These are two public people who need to get into rehab before they’re held responsible for inciting another massacre and contributing to the assassination of a president.
Regarding John McCain, well, it’s too bad that in his last moments he chose to exact vengeance rather than seek reconciliation. He never really did know whether he was a Democrat or Republican.
Donald Trump blows the whistle on the press. I don’t care about the character of the person doing the whistling. I care about the character of the press and right now the character of the press is at a dangerously low-level. Charlie Gibson once said, “I wish people knew the difference between real and fake news”. I thought sure, me too. Donald Trump raised that issue and I applaud that effort.
I think now that those countries which have two presses – one controlled by the government and one controlled by the people is a better system. That way the two don’t get mixed up. You pretty much know what to expect from both, even if the truth problem still exists, it’s not as complicated and as driven by manipulation at all levels. The USA press turned tabloid – all of it. Nobody knows what to believe and most of congress contributes to the resulting chaos.