Well, it’s the end of the Russian Collusion conspiracy. Again. Not that facts or results will matter to a media consumed with hatred of all things Donald. Exemplifying media’s slavish devotion to leftism and the narrative they’ve artfully constructed over the past two years, I present this journalist. Maybe that’s “journalist.” She implied that because AG Barr acknowledged Trump was frustrated with what was clearly an attempt to undermine his presidency, that AG Barr was somehow sympathetic to Trump. He didn’t let her get away with it.
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) April 18, 2019
REPORTER BECKY: “Here you have remarks that are quite generous to the president, especially the part where you said Trump was frustrated and showing human emotions, which we can’t allow in the media and so forth…”
AG BARR: “The statements about his sincere beliefs are recognized in the report.”
REPORTER BECKY: “You said it was an unprecedented situation.”
AG BARR: “Is there another precedent for it?”
REPORTER BECKY: “Well no…”
AG BARR: “Then it’s ‘unprecedented.'”
I can’t imagine how frustrating it would be to rest all your hopes on the President of the United States being bought and paid for by the Russians, only to have the truth revealed that the President of the United States wasn’t committing treason after all. There you are, hoping and praying your president is acting maliciously in concert with an enemy of the United States, only to find out no, he’s not colluding with enemies of the United States.
This same media, by the way, gets hot and bothered when anyone implies, including the president, that their fake news spreading makes them the “enemy of the people.” Specifically the “fake news” pushers, like Acosta and Stelter. Not all journalists. I know that’s hard for some people to understand. Specifically, those people who aren’t sure what “unprecedented” means. But here we have a media that’s angry the president isn’t a traitor after all. Let that sink in.