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Trump Will be Missed

October 1, 2020

Some of us are old enough to remember what Richard Nixon told the press after his loss in the California Gubernatorial election in 1962—”you don’t have Nixon to kick around any more, because, gentlemen, this is my last press conference.”

A sense of loss was felt through the ranks of the Press who realized how bland their world would be without someone like Nixon.

That was then, but on November 4, 2020 or soon thereafter, “journalists,” news readers, opinion writers will realize that they won’t have Donald Trump to “kick around any more.”

Life for thousands of media critics in Joe Biden’s America will become a daily struggle to say or write something that attracts the interest of the public. The “pointy-head college professors who can’t even park a bicycle straight” (to quote George Wallace) who are even now coming in droves to serve their Savior Joe Biden are bland, bland, bland.

These specialists know the Deep State and won’t make mistakes worth splattering above the fold of the Washington Post or The New York Times. The only thing noticeable in a Biden Administration will be “color tone,” a flow of black, brown and yellow hues highlighting the agencies of government. There will be more women than men, many of them lesbians reflecting the preferences of sexually liberated America. But most will be straight and present an attractive opportunity for sexually aggressive male Biden appointees to bed their bosses.

No, Donald Trump will be sorely missed, CNN and MSNBC will wither away and some in elite media will remember when the President-elect invited them to a meeting in Trump Tower in November 2016 and called them “’liars’ and criticized their negative coverage of his campaign during the election, saying to CNN that he ‘hates’ their channel.”

They all came to Trump Tower expecting to have their asses kissed by the supplicant: ABC’s president James Goldston, anchors George Stephanopoulos, David Muir, and Martha Raddatz. NBC’s Nightly News host Lester Holt and Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd were there with President Deborah Turness. CBS’s Face the Nation host John Dickerson was there along with Charlie Rose, Gayle King, Norah O’Donnell and Chris Isham. CNN president Jeff Zucker was there with on-air talent Wolf Blitzer and Erin Burnett.

The photos of the faces of executives and on-air personalities photographed in the Trump Tower lobby after that dressing down are priceless!

MSNBC president Phil Griffin looks like he has lost his mommy.  NBC News president Deborah Turness departing an elevator with Kellyanne Conway looks like she’s planning to audition for the role of evil Witch in the Wizard of Oz. CNN’s Jeff Zucker back then was slim compared to the fat slob he has become after four years attacking Donald Trump while devouring buckets of fried chicken.

One source told the New York Post “that the session played our ‘like a f***ing firing squad.’”

Believe me, Donald Trump will be sorely missed.

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