Trump Admits 96% Negative Presidency, but Blames It On a Conspiracy

Trump Admits 96% Negative Presidency, but Blames It On a Conspiracy

Trump accepts a conservative columnist’s judgement that his news coverage on Google is 96% negative. But rather than accepting this as a fair and widespread evaluation by a free press, and deciding to reform his approach to the Presidency, he tweets “conspiracy” by Google, on top of the already conspiracy of FAKE NEWS.

You can only yell “wolf” so many times, which is a now standard victimization approach of Fox News. I’m pretty sure that the expression “you can only yell wolf” will soon be replaced by “you can only tweet FAKE NEWS so many times”. How many of us have actually ever seen a free wolf, anyway. If a liberal had evaluated Google “Trump news” at 96% liberal, then Trump would have said the liberal was biased. But for a conservative to do so, it must be true and unbiased, even if the conservative was trying to prove that Google was biased. By the way, Twitter, Facebook, and all other social media were already determined to be biased.

My complaint here, of course, is Trump’s response: we must have a government restraint on Google to give positive Trump stories more weight. Um, what about the First Amendment Freedom of Speech and of the Press? What about dictators killing negative media (and reporters)? Is this what you and Putin talked about? We still don’t really know.

Google is stacking paid sites first, then sites by popularity.  It is a search program, not a News Media that has to be fair and balanced.  That was even abandoned by Fox News.

Donald, what about your turning Fox News into State Media? And your hiring Fox reporters to run your White House, and disgraced Fox Executives to run the White House or people’s media?

Your 96% negative coverage is because you are a negative, heartless, and destructive person, as well as such a President. But, you are also an egomaniac, so, of course, it is a conspiracy.

About Dennis SILVERMAN

I am a retired Professor of Physics and Astronomy at U C Irvine. For a decade I have been active in learning about energy and the environment, and in lecturing and attending classes at the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at UC Irvine.
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