Dave Stancliff Crooked Connections: Trump and Fox and Friends Find Common Ground in Conspiracy Theories blogarama.com

Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Crooked Connections: Trump and Fox and Friends Find Common Ground in Conspiracy Theories


                                           Good Day World!

Our first illegitimate president loves nothing more than to wake up and watch a report on Fox and Friends.

Their slanted stories fuel Chump's paranoia daily. Sometimes he gets so excited he tweets about them minutes after they go off the air.

The latest example came yesterday morning when Lump woke up, watched Fox and Friends, then volleyed a series of false accusations on twitter, including attacks on Hillary Clinton and repeated claims that he had been under surveillance by the previous administration.

Think about that for a moment. The President of the United States gets his information from a right-wing cable news show that ranks near the bottom in journalistic integrity and accuracy.

He likes to follow up his love affair with Fox and Friends by visiting hard core extremist right-wing platforms like Breitbart and Alex Jones' InfoWars. 

Thump is not interested in facts and true stories that don't fit his worldview. 

That's why he's so friendly with Fox and Friends. The show went to bed with Dump during his presidential campaign and is now comfortably embedded in his daily routine.

With all the expert advice available to Rump he chooses to praise and believe in what the fawning idiots at Fox and Friends say.

It's no wonder Bump has the lowest rating for a new president ever. It's hovering around 36 percent approval, with two-thirds of Americans unhappy with him.

As long as Fox and Friends continue to encourage Drumpf he's going to be their number one fan. 

However, because Frump is so-thin skinned and easily offended, it's just a matter of time before he finds fault with Fox and Friends, and sends them an angry twitter storm.

Related:

Donald Trump Trusts Fox and Friends Over His Own Intelligence Community

Time for me to walk on down the road...

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