WATCH: The Media has been Pushing Trump's Impeachment Since 2016
You're not crazy. If it feels like we've heard about Donald Trump's impeachment since he got elected, that's because media has talked about Donald Trump's impeachment pretty much since he was elected (see MSNBC Guest Claims Only 'Three White Truck Drivers' are Against Impeachment and WATCH: Democrat Congressman EXPOSES the Real Reason for Impeachment Efforts). As Newsbusters points out, media has trumpeted IMPEACHMENT not two days after Trump was elected. Two. Freaking. Days.
By November 10, 2016 — just two days after the election! — television talking heads were already conjuring up theoretical scenarios in which Donald Trump could be removed from office. Since then, TV journalists have amassed quite a repertoire of possible causes for a premature end to the Trump White House, including (but not limited to): his tax returns; his family's business dealings, both home and abroad; his firing of various cabinet officials; and of course, his tweets.
Gather around the teacher as she tells a story about a boy, a wolf, and crying. We hear a lot about Donald Trump being the reason trust in the media has eroded. Usually, from the media that says, Donald Trump has targeted "media as the enemy of the people." Even though Trump said it was the "fake news media" which was the enemy of the people. The video above is exhibit Q on how the media themselves, not Trump, has taken their credibility, doused it in kerosene, and set it ablaze. Donald Trump just turned on a fan.
Now, media wants us to believe this new impeachment attempt -- a story that so far is riddled with reasonable doubt -- is the really real reason why Donald Trump should be impeached. As opposed to the thirty reasons they told us over the past three years.
EXIT QUESTION: Are you convinced?