There you have it, Mr. President. That’s my New Year’s resolution for you to ponder … that is, if you read this blog.
I’ll try to shoot you a copy of it and hope you’ll take a moment to read it.
This “fake news” yammering you keep tossing out there is, um, tiresome, boring and oh so very lacking in self-awareness.
You, sir, are the master composer of fake news.
You have revived the lie about President Obama being born abroad and being unqualified to serve in the office he vacated nearly a year ago after serving two successful terms; you lied about Hillary Clinton getting votes from millions of illegal immigrants; you lied about witnessing “thousands of Muslims” cheering the collapse of the Twin Towers on 9/11; you lied about losing “many friends” in the towers on that terrible day.
Don’t you get it, Mr. President? Every time you accuse the media of putting out fake news, you expose yourself to the very same accusation — which is tangibly and demonstrably more accurate than the bogus allegations you make about the media.
Why not start semi-fresh in 2018? You can do that by declaring your intention to stop repeating that phony mantra about fake news. It disserves the nation you were elected to lead and you vowed to “unify” after you took your oath of office.
You have failed to unify us, Mr. President. Pitting the media against America doesn’t make anything or anyone “great again.”
Happy New Year, Mr. President.
Now, get to work.