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Donald Trump saw something on CNN that he never thought would appear on their air

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Michael Smerconish

Fake news CNN waged an unrelenting four year war on Donald Trump.

But for one moment something changed.

And Donald Trump saw something on CNN that he never thought would appear on their air.

On Tuesday night, Donald Trump announced his opposition to a 2.3 Trillion dollar “America Last” spending package that sent hundreds of millions of dollars to foreign countries and shunted off a measly $600 check to American citizens.

The bill gave three times as much – up to $1,800 – to the families of illegal aliens.

President Trump threatened to veto the bill unless Congress upped the direct payments to American citizens to $2,000 and cut ridiculous spending like millions of dollars for gender study programs in Pakistan.

On CNN, host Michael Smerconish ignored the normal CNN anti-Trump line and praised the President.

Trump critics Anthony Scaramucci claimed the President came off like the Grinch who stole Christmas for tanking a supposed “relief” bill after Congress already agreed to the parameters.

But Smerconish instead argued that the President looked like the champion of the working man and woman.

“I think you’re underestimating the president,” Smerconish responded. “I don’t think the perception of him being the Grinch Who Stole Christmas is accurate. I think this is the arguably, politically speaking, the most effective thing he’s done since losing the election. The American people aren’t going to understand the difference between the covid relief bill and the omnibus spending bill.”

“He’s the champion of the working person. And he wants two grand in everybody’s pocket. I think it’s very effective for him,” Smerconish continued.

CNN usually defines balance as a Democrat and a Never-Trump Republican appearing on the air to criticize the President.

Rarely is there a friendly voice or a kind word for the President on fake news CNN programming.

But one for brief moment on CNN sanity and fairness prevailed.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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This deranged leftist journalist compared covering Trump to something unbelievable

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The so-called “mainstream” media are patting themselves on the back now that Joe Biden is in the White House.

The boogeyman of Donald Trump is no longer around as a constant target for the Left.

And one deranged leftist journalist compared covering Trump to something unbelievable.

Donald Trump didn’t lose the 2020 election to Joe Biden, who hid in his bunker and refused to campaign; he lost to America’s corporate-controlled press.

As soon as Trump announced his candidacy on the Republican platform, he became a target of the press, and one journalist came out and admitted it.

Yahoo News national correspondent Alexander Nazaryan wrote a piece called “I Miss the Thrill of Trump.”

The piece received so much backlash that the title was amended to “I Was an Enemy of the People.”

In Nazaryan’s insane piece, he compared reporting on Trump to storming the beaches of Normandy on D-Day.

Nazaryan wrote, “Covering the administration was thrilling for many journalists, in the way that I imagine storming Omaha Beach must have been for a 20-year-old fresh from the plains of Kansas.

He hadn’t signed up for battle, but there he was, liberating France.”

It’s beyond insulting to compare writing up a hit piece on Donald Trump to fighting in World War II.

Nazaryan descended even further into madness, writing, “France, by the way, is where Trump called American soldiers who’d fallen in combat ‘suckers’ and ‘losers.’

When this magazine first reported those comments, Trump’s supporters denounced The Atlantic story as preposterous and offensive, even as outlet after outlet confirmed the reporting.

They failed to realize that the preposterous and the offensive were the twin beacons of the Trump presidency.

Journalists were merely going where he led.

This was our Omaha Beach.

The Atlantic story in question was not only not confirmed by multiple outlets, but it was denied on the record by everyone involved, including former National Security Adviser John Bolton, who isn’t shy about expressing his antipathy toward Trump.

The arrogance and self-importance of the media are precisely why trust in the press is at an all-time low.

The American people watched the press run around with their hair on fire for four years, reporting nonsensical stories, many of which were proven to be false or badly mischaracterized.

The New York Times won a Pulitzer for their coverage of the Russiagate hoax, which they got dead wrong.

Even though Trump is no longer in office, the Democrat Media Complex is showing why Trump called them the “enemy of the American people.”

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CNN blamed Trump after Wall Street cronies lost a major gamble to a group of Redditors

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Joe Biden hasn’t even been in office two weeks, and the corporate press is already panicking.

“Orange Man Bad” stories that field the press for four years don’t work with Trump out of office.

Now CNN blamed Trump after Wall Street cronies lost a major gamble to a group of Redditors.

The “Trump bump” rescued CNN from the ratings doldrums.

With Trump out of office and booted from every single social media platform, the so-called “mainstream” media are having trouble coming up with ways to blame him for all the troubles of the world.

But CNN’s Chris Cillizza gave it a shot anyway by trying to blame the GameStop short squeeze controversy on Trump.

A band of online retailer investors learned that major hedge funds were shorting the video game store GameStop, i.e. betting on the company’s value to crater.

In order to stick it to the hedge funds, the retail investors banded together to purchase GameStop stock en masse and drive up the price, which caused massive panic among the hedge fund managers.

Short selling a stock can lead to massive losses if the price of the stock skyrockets, which is exactly what happened.

Hedge fund managers reportedly lost $70 billion, causing massive disruption and the imminent death of retail investor app Robinhood, which betrayed its users by halting people from buying GameStop stock.

CNN’s Cillizza, of course, said “Trumpism” was to blame, saying there was “no real point” to short squeeze “beyond showing up the pros – proving to them that they aren’t as smart as they think they are and that they don’t have the ability to control everything . . . Which, again, has its roots in Trumpism.”

This is an absurd take from Cillizza, who’s essentially serving as a shill for Wall Street interest.

By “Trumpism” Cillizza means populism; the GameStop short squeeze served the purpose of actually transferring wealth from Wall Street to Main Street; many of the people buying GameStop made a mint.

The establishment acted swiftly to stop the bleeding by blocking retail investors from loading up on GameStop so the hedge funds could mitigate their losses, and putting out hit pieces on the retail investors.

Cillizza’s article was one of several attempting to link the online traders with white supremacists and racists.

Thus far, the divide-and-conquer strategy cynically employed by the establishment Left is not working.

People are not taking the bait.

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This Never-Trumper on “The View” said something ridiculous about impeachment

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Donald Trump is out of office, but his enemies are not done with him.

The Democrats are moving forward with another sham impeachment of Trump.

But one Never Trumper on The View said something ridiculous about impeachment.

Meghan McCain is always outnumbered on The View as she’s surrounded almost exclusively by bloodthirsty Democrats.

But one thing McCain shares with her co-hosts is a deep and abiding hatred of Donald Trump.

McCain’s father, John McCain, had a very public feud with Trump during the 2016 campaign, so Meghan is no fan of Trump.

Now she’s openly calling for him to be impeached and convicted in the Senate for inciting a riot.

McCain probably won’t get her wish because 44 Republican Senators voted with Rand Paul to end the sham trial of Trump; Democrats need 17 Republicans to vote with them, and only five squishes have signaled they’re willing to do so.

Paul argued that it’s unconstitutional to impeach a private citizen, which Trump is now that he’s out of office.

Constitutionality aside, the proposition is ridiculous.

The average American doesn’t care about the theater of impeachment.

Also, this would set an incredibly dangerous threshold for what amounts to incitement.

As Paul pointed out, a deranged Bernie Sanders supporter attempted to assassinate members of Congress after Sanders and the Democrats insisted that Republicans were killing people with their healthcare proposal.

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and other Democrats called ICE facilities “concentration camps” before an Antifa terrorist tried to “liberate” an ICE detention center in Tacoma, Washington.

Ocasio-Cortez and Omar refused to answer questions about incitement from right-wing media, and the corporate press never asked them about it.

McCain is getting behind a bad cause because of her hatred for Trump.

If delivering a rousing speech – which expressly called for peace – is incitement, then politicians will have to find a new profession.

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