US President Donald Trump declares the media are the enemy and the stupid idiots crawl out from under their rocks.
Because Donald said they were the enemy, the corporate funded 'Resistance' strikes back -- as only they can, in full stupidity.
They provide a list of journalists who were killed.
Oh, how sad.
A list of child molesters killed?
If you don't get how stupid they are . . .
This is Michael Kelly an American journalist for The New York Times,The Washington Post&The New Yorker. He was killed in Iraq. #NotTheEnemy
Beyond uneducated, the 'Resistance' is also illiterate.
They are using Micheal Kelly to pimp their cause.
The Iraq War liar is their go to?
Here's Ta-Nehisi Coates (THE ATLANTIC) writing about Kelly, years after his death, in 2013:
Over at Gawker, Tom Scocca published a very hard--and very fair--assessment of Kelly's role in the Iraq War. I hadn't read much of the work Scocca referenced, so I did myself a favor and looked up some of Kelly's columns in the days leading up to Iraq. What you find in these columns is the pit of all that, to this day, angers those who were against the war from the start. Kelly's columns are not just pro-war, they are ferociously pro-Bush, and gleefully contemptuous of liberals who thought otherwise.
It's the glee that burns. There's a kind of writer who gets his kicks writing bad reviews of music and books. You see that same spirit in Kelly's mocking of Paul Krugman, Kurt Vonnegut, and Janeane Garofalo, or in his attacks on the French by evoking the ghost of Pétain.
That glee turned Kelly into a thin writer who spurned nuance in favor of hyperbole. In the fall of 2002, for instance, Kelly wrote that Bush...
...presides over an administration that is unusually intelligent -- and also cunning -- unusually experienced, unusually disciplined and unusually bold.
Democrats will howl...that the president is not competent, that his administration is not to be trusted, that Republican presidents and Republican policies are radical and dangerous and frightening and bad...I suppose they will continue to believe this, and continue to say it, in voices growing ever more shrill and ever more loud, yet, oddly, ever more distant and faint.
The president wasn't competent. Iraq and then Katrina proved that. And the voices did not grow more "distant and faint."
Death does not bestow nobility.
But idiots like Jamie and AdamJames think it does and that they can pick out any dead corpse and trot it out to prove a point.
Sorry, stupids, it doesn't work that way.
Most important, for the deeply stupid, stop pretending to defend journalism by noting deaths when the deaths you include of are people who worked for RADIO this or RADIO that.
Those aren't news outlets. They're propaganda fronts -- part of THE VOICE OF AMERICA.
Try learning before you Tweet.
You only embarrass yourselves.
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