The media-created Trump doesn’t exist

Yesterday in my post about Bette Midler’s latest meltdown I wrote:

The Donald Trump monster that she envisions is a figment of her own over-indulged imagination.

He isn’t real.

This is an idea I’ve touched on several times over the last couple of years.

There is the real Donald Trump.

And then there’s the media-created Trump.

The media-created Trump is a cruel, heartless homophobic, racist white supremacist anti-Semite who wants to put people into camps and get us into a nuclear war.

He is both a mentally ill buffoon and a diabolical genius.

The media-created Trump has such amazing extemporaneous acumen, he can pepper his off-the-cuff rally speeches with “coded language” to incite his frothing-at-the-mouth racist followers to commit genocide and acts of terror.

The media-created Trump is both a mindless puppet of Vladimir Putin and the great mastermind behind Russia’s attempt to take over the White House.

This media-created Trump isn’t just awful – he is evil.

He’s more evil than Hannibal Lecter and more bloodthirsty than Dracula.

He’s bitten the heads off of more bats than Ozzy Osborne.

And, he cooks separated illegal alien children into soap!

Only, the media-created Trump is just that – a media creation.

He doesn’t exist.

He’s about as real as that stupid orange baby balloon.

And when people whose only knowledge of Donald Trump comes from the media actually meet the man?

I wonder if it occurs to Josh Dawsey of the Washington Post (and, naturally, CNN) that perhaps the reason America hasn’t seen that Donald Trump is because the media has gone to great lengths to replace him with their cartoonish comic book villain.

In fact, even Ashley Parker of the Washington Post (and, naturally, MSNBC) also fails to connect the dots:

Gosh, Ashley. I wonder why the people who go in skeptical – or even outright hostile – are so surprised.

The media-created Trump is so far afield from the actual man, it doesn’t even qualify as a caricature. Because even a caricature of someone bears some resemblance to the actual person.

I mentioned yesterday that there are two realities here in America – the reality-Reality and the Made-for-TV Reality of the corporate news media.

And this cartoonish President Trump is a resident of the made-for-TV reality.

There is not one thing about this media-created Trump that’s even close to the actual man.

And when reality-reality comes face-to-face with the real Donald Trump, the media creation is blown to bits.

But don’t expect the media to get rid of their nightmarish fabrication.

They won’t.

Their only hope is enough people will believe the lie – even to the point of dismissing the word of anyone who actually meets him.

And if the replies to Ashley’s tweet are any indication, they have reason to hope this.

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4 thoughts on “The media-created Trump doesn’t exist

  • November 2, 2018 at 10:09 am

    A suggestion: add a share-link to
    they are a facebook alternative startup, Speek Freely, for uncensored free speech. I haven’t been on it long, but so far I like it.

    • November 2, 2018 at 11:16 am

      Not available to add.

  • November 2, 2018 at 11:54 am

    I am on spreely also and is pretty good

  • November 3, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Probably won’t be long until Spreely is killed like Gab. The left can’t afford to let people speak freely.

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