They tried it with Reagan; they perfected it with Bush 41 and made it a science during Bush 43.
Now the media’s campaign to ‘oust’ Trump from the White House has become nothing less than a full-scale religious ceremony in which the truth is sacrificed to the gods of the ‘4th estate’.
In a recent Harris poll, at least two-thirds of Americans believe ‘there exists a campaign to delegitimize’ President Trump.
It’s a hole in which the liberal media continues to dig for itself, completely unaware of how deep it’s getting.
In a recent survey, 93% of CNN’s coverage in the last week was centered on Russia-related stories.
Aside from the obvious fact that Americans crave variety, the Johnny-one-note strategy of the mainstream media has become an obsession.
This will not end well for them.
Here’s more from Breitbart…
Voters who live in the heartland and outside the New York-D.C. media bubbles do not care about the legacy media’s obsession with Russia.
An Iowa radio news director emailed CNN media reporter Brian Stelter, out of all people, on Thursday to tell him that conservatives in his state are “very angry” at the legacy press because they think the media are using Russia stories to “oust” and delegitimize President Donald Trump.
“They think the Trump/Russia deal is a coup attempt by the media, and don’t think there is anything to the Russia/ Trump, Jr. emails,” Robert Leonard, the news director, emailed. “They don’t understand why the media is trying to oust our duly elected president. They think there is a double standard — why isn’t anyone investigating the Clinton campaign/Russia connections? They are standing firm behind Trump.”
According to a recent Harvard-Harris poll, nearly two-thirds of Americans believe that “there exists a campaign to delegitimize” Trump.
Reporters who have gone to working-class areas in states like Pennsylvania (“Trump’s Supporters Aren’t Abandoning Him in This Pennsylvania Town”), Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Kentucky and even Tennessee (“In Trump Country, Russia Scandal Doesn’t Resonate”) have all reported similar sentiments.