Whatever one thinks of Donald Trump, I am increasingly convinced that a large portion of the electorate will be casting a vote for him this fall in no small part as a rebuke to the media’s descent into a sort of collective hatred of the president.
Today’s journalistic elite is so quick to slice and dice any accomplishment of the administration—with no concern over the cost.
The latest iteration of this was the historic peace deal in the Middle East—the recognition of Israel by the United Arab Emirates. It was the greatest step forward for the region in at least 30 years.
And it was pushed offstage by anti-Trump talking points about … wait for it … the Post Office.
In 30 years of radio and television, I cannot think of one caller concerned about the Post Office.
The voting public has every reason to be disappointed with an establishment media that is irresponsible, untrustworthy, and increasingly and rapidly partisan.
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