WASHINGTON (The East-West Writer)—No, US president Donald J. Trump was NOT assassinated during his inauguration party on the West side of the U.S. Capitol Building today, Friday, January 20, 2017.
The “Clinton News Network” (CNN) had speculated that he might get assassinated, and what happened if:
“And while officials stress there is no credible, specific threat to this inauguration, […] questions remain about who would be in charge if an attack hit the incoming president, vice president and congressional leaders just as the transfer of power is under way.” –CNN
With US-global media like this, nothing is holy and nobody is safe, don’t you think?
Alex Jones, from Infowars.com, always knew they’d do it: “First they’ll say he is a Russian agent, then they’ll say he is illegitimate, then they’ll say we’re gonna have a civil emergency and suspend the election and have no elections; once they start talking about that, they’ll want to federalize the election so that the ‘feds’—the people Obama and ‘the Globals’ control—will oversee the election. Boom. Boom. Boom!”
The “assassination of Donald Trump” is a popular internet meme usually reserved to conspiracy theorists on both the hysterical Left and the absolute Right. But corporate CNN’s aggressive expansion into the realms of speculative terror, president killing and pure click-bait hate is quite irritating. Is this the future of the mainstream?
Donald Trump more than once called CNN “dishonest” and “fake news,” and for matters of political survival: CNN gave a voice to almost everyone who was hating on Donald Trump. It is therefore entirely conceivable that some CNN executives secretly wished that the president of the United States was dead already.
by the East-West Writer
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