What a rating$ juggernaut for our corporate media apparatus. I kid you not. Think about this, revenge is a dish best served cold and what better way for the Good Ole Boys to seek revenge against Donald Trump, then by propping his campaign up on a pedestal, then callously blindsiding him by throwing him under the bus. Seriously, just ask Bernie Sanders. Here’s the best part, casting Hillary Clinton as the villain, was a brilliant strategy, if I may say so myself. Hillary Clinton is one of the hardest working woman in politics, and she has one of the most impressive political resume, bar none. She is so successful at politics, that men like Trump, you know, men who have an exaggerated sense of superiority, are lining up to challenge her and she has to give them a number, and they have to wait their turn. Listen, this won’t be Trump’s first time at being publicly humiliated. May I remind you of this:

Narcissism is the new normal in Republican politics and anyone playing attention, knows Donald Trump, is the Narcissist extraordinaire. How easy was it for our corporate media apparatus to manipulate Donald Trump? Like taking candy away from a baby. Listen, the proof is in the pudding. All you have to do is watch the above video again. Trump’s public transformation into Chicken Little at the 2011 White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner was epic. President Obama beat Trump at his own game, “Humiliation.” It was a night to remember. However, in 2016, our corporate media apparatus want us to celebrate Trump’s narcissistic behavior, while minimizing Hillary Clinton’s hard work and achievements. But hey, it’s similar to the strategy used during the Clinton vs. Sanders rating$ juggernaut story. I ain’t mad at our corporate media apparatus, as a matter of fact, I’m taking notes.

 

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