Delusional Politico Journalists: Obama is Our Puppet Master


Well, folks, this is incredible. This is incredible. There is a story in The Politico today written by Jim VandeHei and Mike Allen, called “Obama, The Puppet Master.” They are so ticked off over this golf weekend, being shut out. They’re talking about Obama just mistreating them in the media and denying them access, how he’s a master at limiting and shaping and manipulating media coverage. These guys are just a bunch of puppets and Obama is the puppet master. It’s incredible, and I’m gonna share it with you, excerpts of it. Of course, with expert commentary as the program unfolds.

I’ll tell you what it’s made me think, that we might want to start considering, at least talking about registering journalists, just like we have to register guns. Background checks and all of that. Because this is mental illness. This is bordering on delusion, this piece. It really is incredible. So I think we ought to do to the First Amendment practitioners what they want to do to the Second Amendment practitioners. We ought to register these journalists.

We ought to do background checks on these people to see which of them are mentally ill, and, if they are, deny them access to the public airwaves and the newspapers as so-called news reporters or journalists ’cause they’re dangerous. They are dangerous to the republic. The Second Amendment doesn’t mean anything, why does the press get a free pass? I don’t know, folks, I’m just talking out loud. These are great examples of the constant and never-ending explosions taking place in my fertile brain.



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