“Down Stream Media” feel Threatened by Big Bad Trump
Commentary by Ralph Ely | TLB Editor-at-large
“Ok the election is over. Attention ‘Down Stream Media’… Donald J. Trump is now the President of The United States of America!
The way some of the reporting is being done on Broadcast Media and in Print Media, you would think Obama is still president, or Hillary still has a chance, or some how President Trump’s Inauguration can be undone.
Down Stream Media is still pissed that they could not ‘control’ the narrative, and thus the election outcome. They are pissed President Donald Trump goes around them and Tweets to Me and Thee what he wants us to know. They are still pissed that he would leave Trump Tower and go get a Hamburger at ‘the 21’ without letting them know during the run up to his address change to Washington D.C. and they are just fuming that he decided who and who not to take questions from at his Press Conference. The cherry on that whipped cream was when he called out who was doing Fake News.
Major down stream media is a joke to the American People. Media has not only written the joke in the production/writers room, they have delivered it on stage.
Most DS Media reporters and writers are acting like ‘little snow-flakes’ that need ‘a safe place’ with play-dough and one that includes ‘grief counseling.’
First in line would be Edward-Isaac Dovere, a writer for Policico. Poor man, he already yearns for yesteryear when he could write about Fluff’n Stuff.” ~ (RE)
Obama’s final contrast to Trump
He was sober and cautious, refusing to take several servings of bait offered up to him. He insisted on the importance of principles and norms. He asked for questions from an array of reporters, including a few critics. And he spoke sentimentally about his wife and daughters.
President Barack Obama presented a carefully constructed parting image for the American public on Wednesday at his final news conference and final public event in office.
It was a performance that added to the long list of contrasts between the 44th and 45th presidents — one that will make even more jarring the shift that will happen at noon on Friday in front of the Capitol.
“This is not just a matter of ‘no-drama Obama,’ this is what I really believe. It is true that behind closed doors, I curse more than I do publicly, and sometimes I get mad and frustrated like everybody else does,” Obama said, “but at my core, I think we’re going to be OK.”
Last week, President-elect Donald Trump’s first news conference since being elected was a constructed circus, complete with a prop of piles of alleged legal papers that no one was allowed to verify. He was eagerly combative with reporters crowded into the closed-off lobby of Trump Tower, fuzzy on direct answers, and stocked with staff to cheer him on.
Obama, who tends to think carefully about the image he projects, brought only a presidential seal paper cup of tea to the White House briefing room, staring intently at reporters as they asked him questions and barely reacting. A reporter noting as part of a set-up that he was the first black president drew only a short, suppressed smile. The most animated he got was in talking about sports as he held up the U.S. Olympic team as a symbol of America’s strength through diversity.
Original post from Preserve Freedom.org
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