Greg Gutfeld Mocks the Media for Repackaging Old Trump Story
I don't have to tell you how the mainstream media is a colossal joke. Though, if you're still not buying the notion, just have a look at their lastest kerfuffle. Media types are trying to make like this story about Trump's previous finances is a bombshell. Except it's from decades ago. Greg Gutfeld saw fit to mock the bejeezus out of the media over this:
“But I guess when you can’t find any news to match your delusions, you’ll make anything else news…,” Gutfeld ripped, after suggesting the paper just discovered the popularity of the movie Home Aloneand the singer Vanilla Ice.
Playing a clip from Trump’s reality TV show, The Apprentice, Gutfeld pointed out that Trump admitted to what the Times found back in 2004. “About 13 years ago, I was seriously in trouble. I was billions of dollars in debt. But I thought back and I won bigly,” Trump said.
Good job, Greg.
It's almost like the media has been stuck in the Quantum Realm for the past couple of decades. I wonder what they'll report on next. "The Twin Towers seem to have gone missing. Friends was cancelled. A White House intern apparently did some mouth stuff with Slick Willy."
Methinks the media was hoping none of us would notice they're repackaging an old story as if it's new. Except we did. Now, they're looking like a bunch of disingenuous butt nuggets. In other words: Monday.
This goes to show the left is running out of reasons to not like Trumpy. With the economy doing so well, it's hard to come up with excuses to hate on the Orange Man. So, rather than being honest for a change, the left is dusting off past stories and presenting them as new. Pathetic.