Chris Cilliza | One Sentence that Explains Donald Trump and the Russia Investigation
The New York Times published a 4,536-word opus on President Donald Trump’s two-year-long (and running!) attempt to thwart the multiple investigations into his 2016 presidential campaign and its ties to Russia.The entire thing is worth reading. It’s chock-a-block with news — like that Trump reportedly asked acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker to install an ally to oversee the Southern District of New York investigation into Michael Cohen!! — and insights into the world (and White House) of Donald Trump.
But amid all those words, one sentence in the piece stood out to me as deeply important when it comes to thinking about Trump, the investigation and what special counsel Robert Mueller knows.
Here’s the sentence…
Rebuttal & Analysis of CNN’s Chris Cilliza’s Article
Mr. Cilliza and his colleagues at CNN have an abundant amount of disrespect for the American people. Let me explain exactly why that is. In order to properly do so, I ask that you please suspend all disbelief, much the same way CNN viewers do on a daily basis. As we make our way into Make Believe Land, notice the utter bullshit you pass through; visions of travesty, grown men acting like children when they’re suppose to be adult journalists, and good people having their names smeared and their reputations destroyed.
On our journey you see injustice in the distance and you feel inadequate, because there is nothing you can do to stop it. At the first fork in the road you watch with horror as high school students are slandered by a group of racists who are bellowing out the most vile prejudicial and discriminatory words and phrases you have ever heard toward these young people. Vilified because of their faith and the outward support they show for their leader, they are incessantly trashed by these immoral creeps and sycophants. As you push on you eventually come across a young man being beat up only to raise himself up off the ground to laugh and then subsequently pay his offenders a sum of money. None of this makes much sense. One thing you do notice with both incidents is the fact that some of these people are wearing some unique red hats. Later on you would be informed that these hats are a symbol of support for the leader of Make Believe Land.
At the conclusion of your journey you’re able to meet this leader, but it’s difficult and almost dangerous to enter the building that houses him. Thousands of people are gathered and those with the loudest voices are yelling the most hateful things about him. It’s such a sick scene, and you know it is, because you know reality. You understand the difference between right and wrong. The loud and extremely upset people are actually able to convince some of the others that the things they are saying about this leader are true. It’s hard to blame them for believing, and it’s easy to understand why they start to believe. You see, the loud people are the only ones everyone else can hear. After long spurts of time that feature loud repeated phrases many begin to subscribe to the content of those phrases, because they don’t know any better.
You finally make your way to the leader and meet him. He’s nice enough, but you can tell that his ego is the driving force behind his motivation to be successful and not screw up. You also realize why so many people do not like him. He is so confident in himself that he speaks the truth to his people. In other words, as a man of reality, he tells it like it is. As you make your way back to reality yourself, you’re informed of the fact that the leader you had just met is so hated by those with loud voices that they have been able to open up a fraudulent investigation on him after having failed to keep him from being elected by his people. After having to endure all of that nonsense, you finally arrive back in the real world. You’re relieved, because it was all just a dream…or was it?
This make believe crap has been reality for us as Americans for over two years now, and so many millions of us are tired of it. The media are the ones with the loud voices, because they have the microphones. They have an agenda, they yearn for all of this nation to share in said agenda. The economy of this nation is rip roaring, but that’s not good enough for these brainless idiots, because reality is no longer a thing to them.
Chris Cilliza is being drug across the floor as he clings to the coattails of the New York Times, who were supposedly the first to report on the fact that the President was trying to influence the investigation of Michael Cohen in the Southern District of New York.
I remember when it was reported by Buzzfeed that the President told Cohen to lie before Congress. What an outright lie that was. I also remember when the FBI exonerated Hillary Clinton for blatant criminal conduct as secretary of state. Furthermore I recall that the President colluded with Russia so as to influence the outcome of the 2016 election; another lie! How about Kavanaugh? They railroaded him with the help of the Democrat Party. Russia, the Covington kids, Jussie Smollett, the 60 Minutes softball questions that the liar Andrew McCabe had to answer, the fake dossier, Loretta Lynch, Eric Holder, leaks out of the DOJ and FBI, Robert Mueller, Andrew Weissman, James the dumbass low IQ Clapper, the Commie John Brennan, and Mr. Barack Obama himself.
These are not serious people. Their make believe America is one in which their agenda, and only theirs reigns supreme. If you dare to stand in their way, their political surrogates in the media will trash you. This new make believe America is full of lies. It is unjust. It is supportive of late term abortion and infanticide, socialism, etc. Mr. Cilliza chooses this Make Believe existence. I’ll have no part of it whatsoever. As a matter of fact, toss me my red MAGA hat, because I’d like to live in a real America; an America of individual liberty, respect for the Constitution, and justice for all.