For years, the president has worked tirelessly for this country. At the same time, the media has not stopped giving him and his supporters a hard time.
They spread so much negative news. Very little of it seems based on reality. Now, in a serious crisis, the president and the entire government is working overtime to save lives.
But what is our media doing? The same hit job on Trump. They are trying to paint Trump’s handling of the coronavirus outbreak in the very worst light.
Today one reporter dared to go negative on Trump in his daily press conference update. So the man fired back in epic fashion.
From Fox News:
President Trump sparred with journalists during his daily coronavirus task force press conference on Friday, going so far as to call NBC News’ Peter Alexander a “terrible reporter.”
“The American people are looking for answers and they’re looking for hope. And you’re doing sensationalism and, the same with NBC and Con-cast. I don’t call it Comcast, I call it Con-cast”
Boom. Which side are the American people going to be on—this reporter or the president?
Trump slammed a reporter when he criticized the president’s positive approach to the crisis. Trump fired back, calling him a terrible reporter and renaming Comcast to “Con-cast.”
Listen, this crisis has everyone on edge. People are stuck inside. Mobs are selfishly wiping out grocery store shelves.
Meanwhile, the virus spreads across major cities like New York and Seattle.
Now is the time for Americans to work together and support each other.
They don’t care if you lose sleep over the coronavirus. They don’t care how many lives have been upended during this time.
All they care about is using fear to drive their views. Honest reporting and meaningful updates? You won’t get them from the mainstream media (or Twitter, for that matter).
Trump has zero patience for anyone stoking fear during this crisis. His administration is working 24/7 to ensure Americans survive this.
He is doing the impossible to make sure businesses stay open, food is on the table, and the smallest number of people get infected.
Meanwhile, the media whines about his use of the term, “Chinese Virus” and other non-problems.
I ask you again, which side are you on?
Author: Adam Casalino