PRE-CHEWED NEWS: Hey Media … Stop ‘Thinking FOR Us’

by Michael Martin
Clash Daily Contributor

Dear Mr. O’Really (Pun Intended):

I hate pundits and commentators who try to “spin” the news or tell me what I just heard. In the pre-speech State of the Union I heard the pundits announce that President Trump needed to pick up 10 more polling points because he polled worse in his first 100 days than any other president in history. Why allow the spin?

While this stat may be true it would also be true that no president who had 80% of the press (media) against him has ever polled higher in his first 100 days. I will grant you that this also has a “spin” factor to it, but it’s every bit as true as the way the stat was first presented because no other president in history has ever had to fight 80%+ of the press and their negatively slanted news before either. I find that the President’s efforts to keep his promises to be herculean given this biased opposition.

As far as the Democratic response, by his own admission the ex-governor of Kentucky, Steve Bashear, is unfit to lead due to his efforts to divide Americans in his speech.

“The only man who makes no mistakes is the man who never does anything,” Theodore Roosevelt.

“The man who makes no decision is worse than the man who makes a bad decision. The man who makes a bad decision can always correct it,” paraphrased from 101’st Airborne training.

Lord, please protect my country, in Christ’s name I pray. Amen.

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mike-martin-editMike Martin thanks you for the opportunity to express “different points of views”, and if you were to ask his family they would probably tell you that he’s as different as they come….

Share if you could use with a little less spin from the Media.

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