Will anything stop the media's relentless daily attacks on Trump?

The theme every day is the same: Trump is stupid, Trump is immature, no one is around Trump to keep him in line, and Trump is the worst president ever.  The theme never changes no matter how well the economy does.

The following is just a small sample of just the headlines Washington Post writers have written to attack Trump in the last few days.  The reporting at CNN, ABC, NBC, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times is similar, but I get the WaPo at my email, so it is easier to show the disdain these supposedly elite journalists have for balanced reporting.  Jeff Bezos is fond of robots, and his journalists could easily be replaced.

March 30th – Because Obama and other Democrats have never appointed liberals.

Trump's dangerous plot to weaponize the Supreme Court

March 31 – Trump likes stupid people surrounding him.

Does Trump believe in the value of expertise, or does he disdain it?

April 1 – Trump won't listen to anybody.  

'Tired of the wait game': White House stabilizers gone, Trump calling his own shots

April 2 was an extremely good day for WaPo writers to attack Trump  on immigration and foreign policy and say he is beholden to Putin.

'No more DACA deal': Trump imperils future of millions of undocumented people with anti-immigrant tweets

Trump may not intend to start a war. But he sure could bumble into one.

Trump might give Iran an incalculable windfall

Trump's incoherence on immigration ought to embarrass his supporters

Trump's latest unhinged tweetstorm is worse than it appears

The worst Cabinet ever gets worse

Trump's secret summit offer shows he just can't quit Putin

On April 3, the WaPo writers were showing how Trump will destroy the economy.

Hostility from Trump, criticism from Capitol Hill threaten to weaken the tech industry

Trump is Hoping you are too stupid to notice

Trump's America may be open for business. But will anyone shop here?

Somehow, the ignorant Trump and his unqualified Cabinet and staff have given the economy much faster growth than Obama did and much faster than experts predicted was possible.  They have made NATO pay more of their share of defense, have brought back manufacturing jobs.  They are exporting natural gas to Europe in defiance of Russia, they are helping Ukraine defend itself in defiance of Russia, they have given people back freedom of choice on health care, and they are finally paying attention to immigration laws that Congress passed.  Trump sensibly pulled out of the Paris climate accord, which would have achieved nothing other than slowing down the economy.  He also seems to have slowed down North Korea, at least for now.

Think of the success Trump would have if he weren't being relentlessly attacked inside and outside government, especially by the media.

It was so much better when the mature, brilliant Obama liked his feet on the desk and surrounded himself with czars and other brilliant, experienced people like creative writer Ben Rhodes, who liked to lie and brag about how easy it was to manipulate the media, especially on the Iran deal.

The geniuses Obama surrounded himself with gave us the slowest economic recovery in seventy years, yet the media pretend they were smart.

I will take Trump and the strong economy over the dictatorial narcissist Obama, who wanted to remake America and make more people dependent on government every day of the week.

I was naïve enough to believe that if Trump started achieving good results, the media would back off.  I was wrong.

The theme every day is the same: Trump is stupid, Trump is immature, no one is around Trump to keep him in line, and Trump is the worst president ever.  The theme never changes no matter how well the economy does.

The following is just a small sample of just the headlines Washington Post writers have written to attack Trump in the last few days.  The reporting at CNN, ABC, NBC, the Los Angeles Times, and the New York Times is similar, but I get the WaPo at my email, so it is easier to show the disdain these supposedly elite journalists have for balanced reporting.  Jeff Bezos is fond of robots, and his journalists could easily be replaced.

March 30th – Because Obama and other Democrats have never appointed liberals.

Trump's dangerous plot to weaponize the Supreme Court

March 31 – Trump likes stupid people surrounding him.

Does Trump believe in the value of expertise, or does he disdain it?

April 1 – Trump won't listen to anybody.  

'Tired of the wait game': White House stabilizers gone, Trump calling his own shots

April 2 was an extremely good day for WaPo writers to attack Trump  on immigration and foreign policy and say he is beholden to Putin.

'No more DACA deal': Trump imperils future of millions of undocumented people with anti-immigrant tweets

Trump may not intend to start a war. But he sure could bumble into one.

Trump might give Iran an incalculable windfall

Trump's incoherence on immigration ought to embarrass his supporters

Trump's latest unhinged tweetstorm is worse than it appears

The worst Cabinet ever gets worse

Trump's secret summit offer shows he just can't quit Putin

On April 3, the WaPo writers were showing how Trump will destroy the economy.

Hostility from Trump, criticism from Capitol Hill threaten to weaken the tech industry

Trump is Hoping you are too stupid to notice

Trump's America may be open for business. But will anyone shop here?

Somehow, the ignorant Trump and his unqualified Cabinet and staff have given the economy much faster growth than Obama did and much faster than experts predicted was possible.  They have made NATO pay more of their share of defense, have brought back manufacturing jobs.  They are exporting natural gas to Europe in defiance of Russia, they are helping Ukraine defend itself in defiance of Russia, they have given people back freedom of choice on health care, and they are finally paying attention to immigration laws that Congress passed.  Trump sensibly pulled out of the Paris climate accord, which would have achieved nothing other than slowing down the economy.  He also seems to have slowed down North Korea, at least for now.

Think of the success Trump would have if he weren't being relentlessly attacked inside and outside government, especially by the media.

It was so much better when the mature, brilliant Obama liked his feet on the desk and surrounded himself with czars and other brilliant, experienced people like creative writer Ben Rhodes, who liked to lie and brag about how easy it was to manipulate the media, especially on the Iran deal.

The geniuses Obama surrounded himself with gave us the slowest economic recovery in seventy years, yet the media pretend they were smart.

I will take Trump and the strong economy over the dictatorial narcissist Obama, who wanted to remake America and make more people dependent on government every day of the week.

I was naïve enough to believe that if Trump started achieving good results, the media would back off.  I was wrong.