Saturday, February 18, 2017

Trump to the Media: 'The Public Doesn't Believe You People Anymore'


There is a serious problem with our media right now and it has been building for at least a decade.  They were paid or in some way persuaded to actively back the Global Warming Hoax and this appears to have extended to shilling for the shadowy New World Order.   Both where inherently dishonest enterprises which largely depended on shouting down opposing critical thinking.

This came to a head during this past election although it was obvious for both Obama elections.  Trump's seminal achievement is that he channeled the American people to by pass the media and elect him to stop what is a clear perversion of money and power and also clearly networked through the natural pedophile conspiracy.   

The reality is that there is a very dangerous war underway between those who want to restore the NAZI dream as a global empire and  those who understand that this is a terrible idea that will merely enthrone an unnecessary upper elite while actually impoverishing billions who are now a step away from a sustainable life way. .

Trump to the Media: 'The Public Doesn't Believe You People Anymore' 

President Donald Trump (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

By Mark Swanson |

 Thursday, 16 Feb 2017 01:36 PM

President Donald Trump spent a significant part of his press conference Thursday — called to announce his new labor secretary nominee — stepping up his attacks on the mainstream media and debating several members of the press in attendance. 

After announcing Alexander Acosta for labor secretary, Trump began prepared remarks by taking the media to task.

"I'm making this presentation directly to the American people … because many of our nation's reporters and folks will not tell you the truth," Trump said from the East Room of the White House.

"The press has become so dishonest that if we don't talk about it we are doing a tremendous disservice to the American people. Tremendous disservice. We have to find out what's going on because the press honestly is out of control," Trump said. 

"I ran for president to represent the citizens of our country. I am here to change the broken system so it serves their families and their communities well. I am talking and really talking on this very entrenched power structure," Trump said.

"The level of dishonesty is out of control."

During his question-and-answer period, Trump got into a debate with reporters over "fake news," including with CNN's Jim Acosta, a frequent target of Trump's.

"The reporting is fake. Jim, you know what it is, here's the thing, the public isn't — they read newspapers, they see television, they watch. They don't know if it's true or false because they are not involved. I'm involved. I've been involved with this stuff all my life," Trump said. 

"So I know when you are telling the truth or when you are not. I just see many, many untruthful things. I will tell you what else I see. I see tone. You know the word tone. The tone is such hatred," Trump continued. 

"I want to see an honest press. When I started out by saying it's important for the public to get an honest press. The public doesn't believe you people anymore. But if you were straight, I would be your biggest booster. I would be your biggest fan." 

Trump dismissed recent reports in The New York Times and CNN that his campaign aides had been in contact with Russian officials before his election. Trump called Paul Manafort, his former campaign manager who has ties to Ukraine and Russia, a "respected man."

Trump called the reports a "ruse" and said he had "nothing to do with Russia." Trump added, "Russia is fake news. This is fake news put out by the media."

Amid reports of widespread leaks within his administration, Trump also warned that he would clamp down on the dissemination of sensitive information, saying he had asked the Justice Department to look into the leaks. "Those are criminal leaks," adding, "The leaks are real. The news is fake."

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