Thursday, March 16, 2017

So It Was A Lie After All

We should have known all along. I know I did:

From MSNBC politics shows to town hall meetings across the country, the overarching issue for the Democratic Party’s base since Trump’s victory has been Russia, often suffocating attention for other issues. This fixation has persisted even though it has no chance to sink the Trump presidency unless it is proven that high levels of the Trump campaign actively colluded with the Kremlin to manipulate the outcome of the U.S. election — a claim for which absolutely no evidence has thus far been presented.

The principal problem for Democrats is that so many media figures and online charlatans are personally benefiting from feeding the base increasingly unhinged, fact-free conspiracies — just as right-wing media polemicists did after both Bill Clinton and Obama were elected — that there are now millions of partisan soldiers absolutely convinced of a Trump/Russia conspiracy for which, at least as of now, there is no evidence. And they are all waiting for the day, which they regard as inevitable and imminent, when this theory will be proven and Trump will be removed.

Key Democratic officials are clearly worried about the expectations that have been purposely stoked and are now trying to tamp them down. Many of them have tried to signal that the beliefs the base has been led to adopt have no basis in reason or evidence.

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And the MSM actually wants us to believe they don't publish "fake news"? They don't publish "news" at all - it's mostly opinion based on rumor.

EXACTLY the kind of thing they are criticizing President Trump for.

Unless something drastic changes, it's all downhill from here, folks. The MSM is a sick joke, at best.

By the way, the only thing Rachel Maddow is good for is testing my gag reflex. Yep, it still works.

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