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‘MSM Dies In Broad Daylight’ – Media Trump Derangement Syndrome Roundup Shows The Disease Has Hit Epidemic Proportions

The media’s Trump Derangement Syndrome is contagious and they continue to deliberately spread it throughout the “Resistance” movement.

After documenting the dozens of examples of media malpractice, lies, outright fake news, misleading headlines, retractions, deletions, corrections and apologies, over the past couple of years, I still find myself shaking my head in disgust when browsing through the news online and see a series of examples that prove Trump Derangement Syndrome has gotten even worse among those that consider themselves the media elite. 


In their never-ending rush to mislead, or to find something, anything to insult or degrade President Trump, multiple journalists rushed to Twitter to “inform” their followers/readers that President Trump told Finnish President Sauli Niinistö “I enjoyed being with you a couple of days ago. NATO has, I think, never been stronger. It was a little bit tough at the beginning, but it turned out to be love. I appreciated your support.”

Had they all stopped right there, they would have reported something that actually happened, but they didn’t stop there.

Each of these so-called reporters, which includes Henry Foy from Financial Times, Josh Rogin, a Washington Post analyst and CNN commentator, Julie Davis, a NYT writer and CNN analyst, and Sebastian Fischer from Speigel Online, all informed their followers that Finland is not in NATO, with Rogin even using the hashtag #awkward to imply that President Trump screwed up and Niinistö wasn’t at the NATO Summit.

Julie Davis from New York Times was even more snarky, asking “Does he think Finland is in NATO?”

Rather than rushing to drag the president, had any of them simply done even ten seconds of research, (like going to Finnish President Sauli Niinistö’s Twitter page), they would have known that while he is not a member of NATO, he was at the NATO summit, and had posted images during the event.


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