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From: Joe Cooper <youngnathan57@gmail.com>
Subject: Speaking of delusions, anybody want to get a load of what journalists *think*?
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From: Joe Cooper <youngnathan57@gmail.com>
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Subject: Speaking of delusions, anybody want to get a load of what journalists *think*?
Date: Sun, 7 Jan 2018 18:31:25 -0000 (UTC)
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To get an idea of how deluded the media are, Washington Post columnist 
Eugene Robinson uses the untrustworthy writer Michael Wolff and his new 
book. Fire and Fury, to claim that the Trump administration is delusional 
and Trump is mentally unsound. He just phones it in, based on the claims 
of this one writer, who has time and again shown himself to have problems 
with accuracy.
They all seem to be treating Wolff and his nutty assertions as the last 
word on the presidency of Donald Trump. Yet there have other books, and 
by experienced capital hands, published about Trump which don't paint 
nearly the same picture. The writer Ron Kessler, in his book Inside the 
Trump White House, says Trump is fit for office.
So why do the journalists ignore him to focus on Wolff? Could it be ... 
they have an agenda to destroy Trump and facts don't make a difference?
Delusional people:
* are people who believed President Obama when he said you could keep 
your doctor and your health plan if you liked it and that Obamacare would 
lower premiums.
*  are ones who believed that a video caused the attack in Benghazi.
*  are those who believe dropping millions in the middle of the night in 
Iran was not ransom.
* are those who believe massive government regulations, higher taxes and 
borrowing make the economy grow faster despite historical facts.
* are people who believe that Cuba will improve while communists are 
still in charge.
* are those who continue to peddle Russian collusion with Trump.
* are those who say that James Comey, Eric Holder, Loretta Lynch and 
others at Justice and FBI operate independently.
* are people who believe that Hillary and her aides didn't intend to 
break the law.
* and the most delusional at all are any who say that global warming 
caused by humans is what causes record cold. 
I am sure that others can give many more examples of where the Obama 
administration was delusional. 
I'll take the president who has given us the fastest economic growth in 
13 years, given us record-low black unemployment, has given us high 
consumer confidence, high business confidence, a 12-year high in home 
builder confidence, reduced regulations rapidly and is giving the power 
and purse back to the people as fast as he can. Freedom and prosperity 
are good.
I'll take a leader who leads foreign policy instead of leading from 
behind. Appeasing North Korea and Iran doesn't work. 
Factually, the Trump Administration is doing very good. Factually, Obama 
gave us the slowest economic recovery in seventy years. 
Who is delusional? Trump or journalists and Democrats who are seeking to 
destroy him every day?
Source: http://bit.ly/2CPKMJy

"The Marxists, communists and fascists of the Democrat Party have 
launched a strategy of deception, projection, and a new generation of 
brown shirts who fanatically believe that their violence is honorable, 
and necessary, to save America from some kind of a Fourth Reich 
perpetrated by the GOP." (Douglas Gibbs )