Why the Media Are Mum About Comedy Central's 2011 Trump Roast

In March 2011, the cable channel Comedy Central staged a celebrity roast of Donald Trump.  Hosted by Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane, the show featured a crew of B- and C-list entertainers mocking each other and, of course, Trump, the subject of the roast. What stands out seven years later is how the Democratic-media complex (DMC) seems to have erased its past and changed its standards for no greater purpose than to make Trump's occasionally crude behavior seem aberrant, if not downright un-American. When asked today why they hate Trump so intensely, political adversaries are still citing Trump's willingness to mock a disabled reporter; his Access Hollywood "p----" tape; and, of course, his presumed racism and imaginary dabbling in white supremacy. Nothing Trump has ever said or done, however, measures up to the relentless vulgarity on seemingly hilarious display at the Comedy Central roast.  Calculating his own political future,...(Read Full Article)