Column: ‘It’s getting worse.’ The sad part of the Pelosi attack is it doesn’t surprise us in the least. But the fact that she did it on election night says something else: It is only the beginning. The only silver lining is that she is still alive after all and will be for a while.
“The fact is, there’s a big difference between the media and the Trump administration. You’re hearing the media, or you’re hearing what the news media want to report. We’re not the news, and they don’t have to report the news. We tell the truth. They choose what they want to report.
‘I can report on the wall. I can tell you what the president has been saying. I can tell you what people are thinking. I can tell you what the president’s priorities are. I can show you what’s happening on Twitter and on Instagram. I can give you real, honest world photos from inside the White House. I can show you things they’re not showing. And then I can say, if you want better photos, you’ve got the cameras that came from my website and are being tested. You can go to my website and check them out.’
She has a way of talking that sounds like her words are coming from a radio show. I guess that’s what happens when you have an election that wasn’t just about the election.
As I continue to watch and listen, something else is showing up: the ability of the media to actually bring down Trump. I hope that’s what’s going to happen this time. I hope they will show the truth as well and that he can’t control them.
I didn’t know he was so good that he can make people think he’s not that good. I didn’t know he was so good that he can make people think he’s not that good.
I do. He’s good. And I think the media knows it.