Republican Tells CNN Exactly What Trump is Doing to Them

It makes sense, right? The more President Donald Trump pushes the buttons of the mainstream media, the more they negatively report on him, the more his supporter base grows. At least that’s how it seems to be working in my eyes.

Take this latest WWE vs CNN video/image he posted. CNN gave A LOT of airtime to it and are very much playing the victim card along with it. Yet not just a week ago we discovered that CNN’s pushing of the Russia narrative is all but entirely made up out of thin air by them! My my, how the tables have turned.

credit: Michael Vadon

In fact, really, it should be seen as hypocritical of CNN to even play the victim card, don’t you think? And this is simply one of the latest “incidents” and by no means is it the only one. They’ve been going to negative in fact that their reputation is suffering from more than just the White House. At this point even their own viewers cannot trust them. How’s that for reporting?

In one of the latest “incidents”, CNN was declined to ask a question and instead interrupted other reporters to try and “get their point across” and of course, once it was all said and done, they gave airtime to this fact as well.

I can’t say I really blame the POTUS and White House in general for their “treatment” of CNN…

As written for The Daily Caller by Phillip Stucky:

Republican Rep. Scott Taylor of Virginia said that CNN is “getting played” by President Donald Trump during a Monday interview.

The Republican discussed the president’s tweet, which depicts him “clotheslining” World Wrestling Entertainment CEO Vince McMahon with the CNN logo covering McMahon’s face. Reporters from multiple outlets decried the tweet as promoting violence.

“I think you guys are getting played, man,” Taylor said. “I think every time he does this you guys overreact — and by you guys I mean the media in general — and you play right into his hands.”


Republican To CNN: ‘You Guys Are Getting Played, Man’


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