The NY Times:
A friend of Mr. Comey’s said that he saw Mr. Trump’s behavior in a “more menacing light” and decided to speak out.
The Washington Post:
Associates say that the FBI director,
The LA Times:
A majority of Americans — 58%, according to the latest polling — disapprove of his actions. Though for many of us, “disapprove” is too light a word.
Americans are not capable of thinking rationally about what happened in 2016 because they are too close to
The Post, citing current and former U.S. officials
Just a few articles from the allegedly reputable, unbiased media.
And this is the credibility of the media. Not 1 outlet actually names a source. In January to would have ben labeled as Fake News, today it’s hard hitting investigative reporting.
In all of this, the media has abandoned their role as watchdogs with a healthy dose of skepticism and become the propaganda arm of the unelected administrative state, complicit in and even cheering on the actions that have superseded the will of the people. A cursory glance at the social media feeds of most Washington DC-based press more than illustrates this.
Bolstered by their partisan allies, the media has acted as a beachhead for the assault on the Trump administration. Partisan organizations like Media Matters for America have helped to provide ammunition to the media and pour fuel on the fires of resistance among partisan activists.
The attack on Trump from within and without is coordinated and purposefully geared to make a lack of evidence seem like a mountain of evidence and be as damning as possible, although what it truly amounts to is a paper tiger. With the administrative state leaking and the partisans giving context, the media gins up a plot that declares Trump guilty of crimes of which there is no concrete evidence he committed. This is how you build the consensus behind a coup d’etat.
We may already be past the point of no return. Some in the White House made it a point to seek dismantling the administrative state, but it appears the administrative state is more than capable of fighting back and seizing additional power through leaks, obstinacy, and partisan rancor — ensuring its survival and propelling what can only be described as a coup d’etat.