Watch for This in Media Coverage on Friday

This article reveals what you can expect from the driveby media on Friday, the day President Donald Trump takes office. In the coverage of Obama’s swearing-in ceremonies, they almost bemoaned the absence of Tea Party protests. Analyzing all the posted threats and activities, the hateful left will be in full swing as they plan to actually disrupt the inauguration. So, will there be a peaceful transfer of power? Not if they get their way. Read more below.

As Written By Jazz Shaw for Hot Air:

I’ve been watching the press gleefully covering all of the plans for massive protests and disruptions which are scheduled to take place during Donald Trump’s inauguration on Friday with a growing sense of annoyance. Adding fuel to the fire was the unified front being presented by Hollywood and the music industry in their outright rejection of the election results and endless snubs and insults. Yesterday it got to the point where the audience would not only miss out on seeing Bruce Springsteen perform for the next president, but a Springsteen tribute band even cancelled their appearance at a New Jersey inaugural event. (WaPo)

The Bruce Springsteen cover band B-Street Band, which performed at the two previous New Jersey state inauguration galas, is backing out of its 2017 gig out of deference to The Boss.

“We felt that we had to make it known that we didn’t want to seem disrespectful, in any way, shape or form, to Bruce and his music and his band,” bandleader Will Forte told Rolling Stone. “I don’t want to upset them. We owe everything to him and our gratitude and respect to the band is imperative above all else. It became clear to us that this wasn’t working and we just had to do what we thought was the right thing to do and that was to pull out.”

At least in my mind, this one was probably the straw that broke the camel’s back. One of the reasons for this simmering feeling of foreboding crystallized for me last night and I remarked on it in my Twitter stream.

 

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