Mashable, once again goes nuts over Trump

Our American friend writes to say,

Pence is a serious choice; sober, establishment. I prefer him to Newt Gingrich or Chris Christie: the ticket has all the personality it needs with Trump.

The MSM here continue to make fools of themselves; it’s irritating but also helps tarnish what’s left of their reputation.

Trump was formerly nominated tonight, something the media thought they could prevent.

One reason I subscribe to cokesnort Cool media is the fun of watching them freak out over Trump. The funny part is that most of it isn’t even about Trump.

Mashable, for example,

Melania Trump’s speech was run through a plagiarism checker

And so? Melania should use a different speech writing firm next time out. Voters, meanwhile, would have something serious to worry about if the Donald was taking his orders from the GOP donorcrats or the White House.

It goes on: Cool Dude Jesse Williams “easily demolished Melania Trump’s speech on Twitter”

Whattanachievement. Give the man a medal.

And get this: “Hillary Clinton tweeted some sassy responses to Republican convention speakers”

Hillary Clinton cannot be indicted for behaviour that would land anyone else in the United States behind bars. If she wins, it is game over for constitutional government there. Everyone knows this.

Reality check: What are these  has-beens afraid of? That more of the world knows each day that they’re yesterday?

Cools back unconstitutional government in order to retain illegitimately an authority they no longer have legitimately. They would be only too happy to be tax-funded government media, supporting and exercising control over independent media (in the name of social justice and fighting hate, of course).

See also: Why does anyone care how dying mainstream media paint the GOP convention? If Trump were to win in November, we would see a mass slaughter of public attention to the Cool mediocrities. They know it, we know they know it, and they act like they know it.

  • The media is so corrupted by ideology they no longer even realize it, it’s what happens when you live in a Bubble.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Does anyone else here think that Melenia Trump was set up to fail by the person who wrote her speech who then tipped off the media that SHE “plagiarized” her speech from Michelle Obama?
    Nobody writes their own speeches (not Michelle Obama and certainly not Melena Trump) and I find it just a little too convenient that the speech plagerism charge came seemingly within MINUTES of her giving that speech on behalf of her husband.
    I think she was set up like a bowling pin.

    • That is entirely possible.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        I think Trump is going to have to start screening his “helpers” a lot more throughly just for that reason. I hate to see ideological litmus tests being given, but the left are just that despicable.

        • I suspect many “ideological” Republicans would be up this as well.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            That’s actually another good thought.
            His own party seems to hate him just as bad.
            He is going to upend a lot of apple carts.

          • Linda1000

            Not the only two but Paul Ryan and the Gov. of Ohio have been acting like real asshats.

          • Norman_In_New_York

            It won’t be long before larger events relegate this to a tempest in a pisspot.

        • Linda1000

          Trump staff writer has admitted to the mistake but her resignation wasn’t accepted.

    • ntt1

      It turns out the
      Mooch took much “inspiration” from alinsky’s writings.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Am I the only one that finds the speed of the accusations against Melania odd?
        Very odd even.

        • ntt1

          No I am confident somebody tipped off the idiot
          Media they don ,t read or they wouldn’t publish such crap

        • Alain

          No, you aren’t the only one. I agree that the timing says it all.

    • El Martyachi

      I think it’s equally as likely to be either an honest mistake or an intentional nothing sandwich to provoke a media overreaction.

  • robins111

    Best quote I’ve seen about the Melinia plagerizing accusation. Mrs. Trump vs Mrs Frump.

  • Linda1000

    I like Trump’s choice of Pence because he’s kind of the opposite personality of Trump so they will balance off each other but I don’t know who all the contenders were for VP. Thank goodness, he didn’t go with Christie. I didn’t listen to Christie’s speech yesterday but it sounded like he was acting like a buffoon conducting some kind of mock trial about Hillary and the audience kept responding “guilty”.

    • Jim Fox

      Another father/son presidency possible?
      I do enjoy fantasising…

  • Jim Fox

    Spelling/grammar Nazi alert!
    “formerly”– I think you meant ‘formally’?

  • GrimmCreeper

    Melania could have stood up there and spoken martianese and she’d have looked damned fine doing so. Seven long years of looking at the manly wookie has put too much strain on the old corneas.