CBS White House correspondent unable to connect 2 dots

The establishment media humiliate themselves every day, and yesterday was no exception.

CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid asked President Trump the following question:

Mr. President, why haven't you announced a plan to get 36 million unemployed Americans back to work? You are overseeing historic economic despair. What's the delay? Where's the plan?

Trump was on it.

Oh, I think we have announced a plan. We are opening up our country — just a rude person you are. We are opening up our country and we're opening it up very fast. The plan is that each state is opening and it is opening up very effectively, and when you see the numbers I think even you will be impressed, which is pretty hard to impress you.

Are members of the media that stupid, or do they simply pretend to be while thinking they appear smart and bold?

In any case, I don't know how the president keeps his cool with these insufferable fools who treat him with utter disdain and disrespect and who try to undermine him every day.

Does Reid actually not understand that when someone has a job, he is employed, and when someone has no job, he is unemployed?  Is she really that incapable of connecting two dots?

You have to appreciate the irony of the media fueling fear and criticizing the president's desire to open up the country and now turning around and accusing him of having no plan to get the economy going.

And how predictable that this gaggle of fools would spend three years ignoring the booming economy Trump fostered — one with historic low unemployment — who now behave like vultures going in for the kill as we experience an economic free fall thanks to the "experts," bogus models, and tyrannical governors.

"Journalists" are transparently dishonest, arrogant, rude partisans who disserve to be mocked and exposed at every turn.  More importantly, they need to lose access to platforms that enable them to spread their disease of hate and lies.  Perhaps the newly fashionable quarantine could be the answer.

Hat tip: Red State.

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