The Washington Post and New York Times newspapers have been very highly critical of our elected President. From the time that the election was finalized these two newspapers have set up the conspiracy theory about the supposed Russian influence upon the election and an array of criticisms, critiques and editorial accusations. All of this effort by two renown newspapers has been singularly aimed at defeating our democratically elected President. They cannot defeat the election, since even the most cynical people acknowledged that the language used for supposed Russian influence borders on the silly because influence does not mean “hacked” and no one is even suggesting that the actual voter machines were corrupted by the Russian bogeyman. Nonetheless, the Washington Post, The New York Times, Yahoo and Google have all cooperated in a frontal assault upon our new President and his young administration.
This author will not give credibility to the various campaigns that are launched daily by these two newspapers and their Internet partners. But one must wonder as to the reason for their crude assumption that the American electorate is absolutely wrong to have elected President Trump! Franky, I do not comprehend their reasoning. But I will propose that they think the voters are stupid and the newly elected President is even more stupid. In fact, they would claim that anyone who even considers the possibility that President Trump can succeed in “Making America Great Again.” is crazy. That’s it, plain and simple! People for Trump are not only wrong, they are crazy. But why do these newspapers think this way?
I suggest that they have revealed themselves to be narrow-minded, dogmatically Democrat, doctrinally liberal and people who despise the ordinary hard-working middle class American who elected President Trump. I would even go further, suggesting that the editorial boards and reporters of these two newspapers have lost all sense of proportion and fairness in their one hundred percent conviction that their task is to defeat President Trump, defeat his policies, and thereby defeat the American voters who exercised their elective franchise and made him our President. The war of the Washington Post and the New York Times is not against President Trump, rather, it is an openly covert campaign to put down, crush and eradicate the values of the middle class American who voted for him. This effort is a war against middle class workers, middle class mothers and fathers, and middle class family values. It is a war against mainline synagogues and churches and is an unrelenting Jihad against anyone and any institution that does not bow to the philosophical gods promoted by them .
It does not need to be this way. The people at the desks of the Washington Post and the New York Times are also American citizens. The voters for Trump have always acknowledged this, although, the WP and the NYT would not grant the middle class the same designation, preferring cute slander and effeminate slight. But, that said, it is acknowledged by this writer that the people spoken of here are not haters of America, but have a different vision of what they think should be the future of America. Fair enough. But is it really necessary to attack our newly elected President and his young administration with a continuous barrage of criticism, critique and editorial shouting? If the Washington Post and the New York Times really think they have the better plan, then let them help our new President and his young administration to see that plan by explaining it, laying it out clearly in non vitriolic policy articles and working hard to convince President Trump and the voters who elected him that there is a different and better way to govern the nation.
It is imperative that these two venerable news organizations and their Internet and cable proxies stop the effort to defeat Donald Trump and the so-called deplorable and insufferable and un-redeemable Americans who elected him. It can start with a clear acknowledgment that there was no Russian “hacking” of the election. It can continue with a mind change from Donald Trump outsider and one time business mogul, to President Trump the elected head of the American government and our representative to the world. And it could be sustained by an overt effort to help the new President, carried out with the same energy and dedication as the effort to defeat. If this is beyond their capability, then the American reader, citizen, consumer, and voter have every right to reject these two News organizations as anti-American, Anti-democracy and as being organizations worthy of being ignored.