FoxNews.com reports that
Liberal journalist Hendrik Hertzberg courted controversy Sunday by bashing President Trump and openly questioning in a tweet: “Time for a military coup?”
After a request for comment, the left-wing New Yorker magazine reporter weakly attempted to defend himself in a tweet, claiming he was being “sarcastic.”
Hertzberg, a longtime political commentator and staff writer at the New Yorker, was a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War and later served as then-President Jimmy Carter’s chief White House speechwriter.
Over three hours after his initial tweet made waves, Hertzberg followed up by tweeting: “As somebody or other once said, I was being … sarcastic.” That was a reference to a Trump remark from last week; the president said he “was asking a question sarcastically” to coronavirus experts at the White House about using disinfectant “by injection inside or almost a cleaning.” Many of the president’s critics said they didn’t buy his explanation.
The White House has been planning to shift Trump’s public focus to the burgeoning efforts aimed at easing the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Days after he publicly mused that scientists should explore the injection of toxic disinfectants as a potential virus cure, Trump has now rejected the utility of his daily task force briefings, where he has created friction with scientific experts. Trump’s aides have been aiming to move the president onto more familiar ground: talking up the economy, in tighter controlled settings.
Some states have started to ease closure orders, and Trump is expected to begin to highlight his administration’s work in helping businesses and employees. Aides said the president would hold more frequent roundtables with CEOs, business owners and beneficiaries of the trillions of dollars in federal aid already approved by Congress, and begin to outline what he hopes to see in a future recovery package.
I noticed that President Trump did not hold a Press Briefing yesterday.
I don’t blame him.
Today’s “Broadcast Journalists, with a few notable exceptions, are nothing but a bunch of Democrat Minions, doing the bidding of their masters.
Just like the rest of the Far Left Democratic Party, they want to end the presidency of Donald J. Trump right now, or, at least make sure that he will not be reelected on November 3rd, 2020.
I, like millions of other Americans, have been watching Trump’s Press Briefings, glad that he was attempting to keep us informed as to what was going on during this pandemic which is affecting American and the rest of the world.
And, like other average Americans, I have been angered by the shear disrespectful arrogance of the “reporters” from CNN, CBS, MSNBC, and their fellow travelers, including some young woman from a news service affiliated with Communist China, the nation responsible for releasing this coronavirus on the world!
This generation of imbeciles who call themselves news reporters are nothing but glorified paparazzi attempting to showboat and make a name for themselves by trying to purposefully embarrass the President of the United States of America during a National Emergency which has killed tens of thousands of Americans.
New Yorker Magazine, or The New Yorker, as it is called, is nothing by a Trump-hating Liberal Rag, not fit to line the bottom of a birdcage.
Besides Hendrick Hertzberg, it also features an exceedingly unfunny political cartoonist/satirist named Andy Borowitz.
You may have seen Borowitz’s feeble efforts on Facebook Political Pages, as Liberals find him hilarious. Then again, Liberals also believe that Pelosi and Biden possess all their mental faculties.
Let’s face it. as demonstrated by the words and actions of the Main Stream Media’s representatives like Hertzberg, President Trump owes them nothing but silence.
They, like the Far Left Democratic Party Elite, are not on the side of average Americans.
They are on their own side,
And, they are determined to destroy anyone who stands in their way of “radically changing” our Constitutional Republic into something that it was never meant to be.
Until He Comes,