WARNING: Clip your fingernails before reading.
You know what the mainstream press has done a fantastic job of? Covering Donald Trump — particularly as it relates to his non-existent Russia collusion.
That, according to — wait for it — the mainstream press.
I’m reminded of the time CNN went on CNN to say CNN doesn’t stink (here).
On Sunday’s super-ironically-named Reliable Sources, in light of what the left-wing media has been screaming for nearly 800 days having been shown to be wrong, Watergate icon Carl Bernstein celebrated just how right they were:
“Look — let’s look at where the disinformation and mistakes and lying have come from,” he said. Okay, we’re looking.
I thought he was done. Nothing more to say; CNN’s on, we’re looking.
“Look — let’s look at where the disinformation and mistakes and lying have come from. It hasn’t come from the press; it’s come from the President of the United States and those around him.”
I’d be tempted to provide a collection of media idiocies concerning the Trump-Russia probe over the last two years; but the task is so daunting, I don’t believe I could do it justice.
In lieu, just imagine a list that would require the remainder of your natural life to read. And perhaps some of your spiritual eternity. And that’s assuming you’re a spring chicken in phenomenal health.
But according to Carl, “you have to look at the larger context.”
Here we go:
“[I] think we’ve done — the media, the press — has done one of the great reporting jobs in history, especially of covering a presidency by the most news organizations.”
Did he mean “grate”?
Therefore, some human being actually uttered those correctly-spelled words.
I hoped you clipped your nails; otherwise, you’ll claw out your brain scratching your head.
Watch the unprecedented head-scratcher below.
Find all my RedState work here.
Thank you for reading! Please sound off in the Comments section below. For iPhone instructions, see the bottom of this page.
If you have an iPhone and want to comment, select the box with the upward arrow at the bottom of your screen; swipe left and choose “Request Desktop Site.” If it fails to automatically refresh, manually reload the page. Scroll down to the red horizontal bar that says “Show Comments.”