If the Media(D) didn’t have double standards, they wouldn’t have any standards at all.
Just a few days ago, the Media(D) all colluded together to paint President Trump as a mean, mean man who picked on a poor, defenseless reporter who just asked an innocent question. President Trump said that he was hopeful about some trials in France using an old drug that had been used to treat malaria that seemed to show promise treating COVID-19.
The problem is that there is context to the exchange between President Trump and NBC’s Peter Alexander.
ClashDaily covered that exchange thoroughly here:
WATCH: NBC’s WH Correspondent Asks Gotcha Question, Trump Eats His Lunch
But you can watch the entire exchange here where Alexander attacks President Trump’s positive attitude and attempts to fearmonger.
Full video of Trump's exchange with NBC's Peter Alexander shows:
1⃣Hopeful & optimistic Trump reassures Americans, says drug to treat coronavirus may be "gamechanger."
2⃣Alexander attacks Trump's positivity, accuses him of "misrepresenting," implies people should not have hope. pic.twitter.com/GQOqqa2hwq
— Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) March 20, 2020
What a hack.
Speaking of hacks…
CNN’s “Media Watchdog” Brian Stelter just can’t keep his bias tamped down.
The exchange with Peter Alexander occurred on Friday, but by Sunday, all the Partisan Presstitutes had changed their tune because Democrat Governor Andrew Cuomo said that he was hopeful about the same drug, Hydroxychloroquine, that had been provided by the federal government.
Tater Media Watchdog said that Gov. Cuomo was showing “hope” and “leadership.”
Kayleigh McEnany, spokesperson for the Trump 2020 campaign called him out on his blatant double standard.
MUST WATCH: CNN & the Fake News media double standard ⬇️
When @realDonaldTrump expresses optimism about hydroxychloroquine treating the coronavirus it’s “false hope”
When the Democrat Governor of New York does it, it’s actual “hope” & “leadership”
Can’t have it both ways! pic.twitter.com/UmLzYHPHsd
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) March 22, 2020
How in the hell can we trust him with “facts first” reporting when he wears his partisanship on his sleeve like this?
Stelter responded to McEnany by attempting to defend himself, but… well, he is employed by CNN.
Kayleigh, you’re better than this. You’re lying to your followers. I didn’t say a single word about hydroxychloroquine. I stand by what I DID say.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) March 22, 2020
No, Bri? But you did tweet out this hit-piece…
"To fight the coronavirus, President Donald Trump is adopting the audacity of false hope," @StCollinson writes https://t.co/y434u3TaE2
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) March 20, 2020
From the article:
To fight the coronavirus, President Donald Trump is adopting the audacity of false hope…
…As the pandemic spreads like quicksilver across the US and questions mount about the federal government’s response amid chronic shortages in hospitals, the White House seems to be trying to get everyone to look the other way.
It’s holding out the promise of hope and optimism to shift attention from the reality of alarming rises in infections, a building economic crisis, a shortage of ventilators, the federal government’s botched coronavirus testing roll-out, and revelations that doctors were told to use bandanas as masks.
The approach, which contrasts with Trump’s serious, impressively focused behavior as recently as Monday, is beginning to stir a familiar question inseparable from his presidency. Is he most dedicated to the national interest and reflecting the true state of the crisis or his own political vitality?
Now, I’m sure that CNN had the same sort of cynical message when President Obama and various high-ranking members of his administration blamed the attack in Libya on a YouTube video, right?
And as Alex from Turning Point USA was quick to point out, Gov. Cuomo was specifically referring to the Hydroxychloroquine, Zithromax, and Chloroquine. So… maybe you should just take the “L”, Brian.
BREAKING: Gov. Cuomo says New York will start implementing the trial drugs to treat Coronavirus and that they have acquired 70,000 Hydroxychloroquine, 10,000 Zithromax, and 750,000 Chloroquine from the Federal Government.
Trials to start Tuesday. pic.twitter.com/5Zo74wOLUU
— ALX ?? (@alx) March 22, 2020
This blatant partisanship by CNN was noticed.
— Rodger (with a D) (@Noz4news) March 22, 2020
Here’s the image in that Tweet by Rodger.
CNN is a joke, and it’s perfectly clear when you watch the reporters that are supposed to be “unbiased” and are the ones who are supposed to keep the rest of the Media(D) honest.
President Trump just makes them all look like the clowns that they are.
But it’s not just CNN, when the stimulus bill was shot down by Democrats, the New York Times changed their headline three times to appease their friends on the left side of the political aisle. It went from, “Democrats Block Action On $1.8 Trillion Stimulus” to the friendlier “Democrats Block Action On Stimulus Plan, Seeking Worker Protections” to finally the overt, “Partisan Divide Threatens Deal On Rescue Bill.” These people are disgusting.
Why do Americans mistrust the mainstream media? Look how the New York Times changes their headline three times to appease Democrats. pic.twitter.com/k96h8XPuty
— Rep. Paul Gosar, DDS (@RepGosar) March 23, 2020
Remember who they are and who they support. It’s not just that they hate Donald J. Trump, they also hate you for supporting him.