CNN’s Trump Derangement Syndrome, Pt. XLIV

Fear not good people, TDS — Trump Derangement Syndrome — is alive and well and, if drinking a carbonated beverage, will still make you spew it out your nose in laughter.

First, let’s look at the story from an — ahem — MSM viewpoint, as Philly.com writes:

CNN host Fareed Zakaria gets profane in uncensored Trump discussion

by Rob Tornoe

Late Friday night, CNN host Fareed Zakaria had some complaints about President Trump that revolved around one word in particular.

My. What might that be?

Appearing beside host Don Lemon on CNN Tonight in a discussion about the president’s unsubstantiated claims that President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the election, a frustrated Zakaria said Trump is “indifferent” to the truth before launching into a profanity-laced comment about the commander-in-chief.

Ah, the buttery goodness of the informed, cogent, rational, level-headed, sensitive, well-grounded cadre of Leftists.

After all, everyone knows emesis of that nature advances the argument of mainstream media outlets.

Right?

BZ

 

6 thoughts on “CNN’s Trump Derangement Syndrome, Pt. XLIV

  1. Completely agree with you BZ. free speech or not, there is no need for all that profanity. Much better to be straight about it and just call Trump a liar. Trump lied about:
    – size of the crowd
    – the size of his electoral college win
    – GCHQ
    – Germany owing the US money

    But that is neither here nor there. He plays the press like a maestro, he really does.

      • I disagree, I think that Trump is way better at playing the media that Obama was. Trump has spent a lot of time on TV, has fronted a very successful TV show (perhaps more than one if your count the beauty stuff) – HE is the maestro. Knows exactly what to say and when.

        IMPRESSIVE!

        He knows how to get the media scrambling. Also knows thatbit doesn’t really matter if he just makes things up. His tweeting about FAKE NEWS (always use caps for clarity) is masterful.

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