Epic Mainstream Media Meltdown: So-Called Journalists Label Trump Evil, Nazi, Terrorist Sympathizer Over ‘Shithole’ Countries Comment

By Alex Thomas


In the almost twenty four hours since The Washington Post published an article, sourced anonymously, that claimed that President Trump had called multiple countries “shitholes” the media reaction has been downright hysterical.

From claiming that Trump is evil, all the way to absurd claims that he is a terrorist sympathizer, the mainstream media has gone into full-scale meltdown mode while throwing out any semblance of objectivity.

Some of the reactions are truly insane and show that the vast majority of the mainstream media suffers from extreme cases of Trump Derangement Syndrome and have no problem directly lying to their viewers as long as it is perceived to hurt the president.

The media watchdog website, Grabien News, compiled a list of the most insane comments made in the wake of the Washington Post story and it reads like a story about a bunch of actually crazy human beings pretending to provide political analysis.

A writer at The Root, Jason Johnson, said these comments show Trump is a “white supremacist,” a “terrorist sympathizer,” and a “danger” to non-whites.

“The president is a white supremacist,” Johnson said Thursday night on MSNBC. “Our president is a terrorist sympathizer. Our president is a clear and present danger to nonwhite people in America. It’s that simple. There’s no reason to pretend that’s not what’s going on.”

As I noted in a previous report, these type of comments are designed to get someone to eventually attack the sitting president.

MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough said Friday morning that Trump’s use of the word “sh*thole” proves his theory that the commander-in-chief is suffering from early-onset dementia.

“Let me just say, everybody knows that granddad and grandmom and people with early onset of dementia, I know this, say things that they would have never said five or six years ago,” Scarborough said. “Just ask members Click to see the original article