But it’s impossible to keep up with the Mount Vesuvius of lies about Trump. Every day, the media wake up with the same basic mission: OK, what are we going to pretend is a huge crisis for the Trump campaign today?
One day last week, an intern came running in and said, “I’VE GOT ONE!”
Was it something Trump did?
No, it was a Trump supporter …
Was it an embarrassing supporter, like one of the country’s last five living white supremacists?
Not exactly — it was a black reverend …
Did he do something awful?
Well, it was just a retweet …
Is the retweet anything we could call “racist,” “homophobic,” “anti-Semitic” or “Islamaphobic”?
Technically, no. It’s a political cartoon portraying Hillary as a racist.
FOR THE MONEY WE PAY YOU, THAT’S ALL YOU CAN COME UP WITH??
Nonetheless, all day last Friday, the chyron on MSNBC was: “Trump: Blackface Backlash.”
…While MSNBC and CNN were bashing a black reverend for supporting Trump, over on Fox News, Chris Wallace was asking a black congressman, Rep. Gregory Meeks, “Do you think that Donald Trump is a racist?”