When I turned CNN on early this morning I knew The Donald’s falling into the abortion manure pit last night would be all the news and it was. As a Trump fan even I have to admit I was yelling at the TV for him to shut-up. All he had to say to MSNBC’s Chris Matthews was that he is ‘pro-Life and let’s move on to the next question.’ That is all!
(Trump must get back to core issues of national security, immigration and trade! And, oops! forgot jobs of course!)
Instead, they will ALL be buzzing about abortion today…
The abortion flap may have accomplished one thing—this morning, in the half an hour I watched CNN, I didn’t hear the word ‘Corey’ once. (Albeit a small sampling of the news.)
I had gone to bed steaming over the “conservative women journalists” who were after Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski’s head last night.
Did you see that these esteemed ‘journalists’ are demanding Trump fire Lewandowski and I’ll tell you if Trump caves to the harpies, I’ll be taking down my Trump yard signs because when I look at the images of the “assault,” I see a pushy woman, where she wasn’t supposed to be in the first place, having been told twice by the Secret Service to stay back and obviously ignoring them.
Trump must continue to stand by Lewandowski.
Here is the news (at Newsmax) about Cruz’s girls. Have they no more important issues to cover than this? Hillary maybe? Aren’t they even willing to wait until the legal system can work?
I’ll bet many of you have never heard of most of these self-important ‘journalists.’ The top three (below) have been unabashed Cruz supporters from day one, so their little effort here is so transparent. They say they are concerned about women journalists and their treatment, really, and you aren’t Cruz crusaders first and foremost?
No surprise Ms. Megyn Kelly had two of them on her show last night.
Dana Loesch (Radio America, Blaze TV); Katie Pavlich, (Townhall, Fox News); Meghan McCain, (America Now Radio, Cosmopolitan, Fox News); S.E. Cupp, ( New York Daily News, Glamour, CNN); Mary Katharine Ham, (CNN, The Federalist); Christine Rosen, (New Atlantis, Commentary); Christina Hoff Sommers, (American Enterprise Institute).
Bethany Mandel, (The Federalist, Acculturated); Emily Zanotti, (American Spectator); Elisha Krauss, (AM 870 The Answer); Karol Markowicz, (New York Post); Kristen Soltis Anderson, (Washington Examiner); Mona Charen, (Ethics and Public Policy Center, Creators Syndicate); Sarah Rumpf, (freelance); Brooke Rogers, (National Review); and Mary Chastain, (Breitbart).
As I have said many times, the fascinating thing about Trump’s run for the Presidency is that it has, in some strange way, defined so many in the media and throughout our political system.
I won’t look at conservative media (or listen to talk radio) again in the same way as I have for years.
And, that is especially so now that I know that the supposed conservative media is so heavily funded by political operatives. See the Conservative Treehouse here. Blogger Sundance begins:
Thanks to the candidacy of Donald Trump the financial intersection of money and political opinion, as guided by the monetary motives therein, has brought some amazing revelations to the surface.