President Donald J. Trump, joined by Vice President Mike Pence and members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, delivers remarks at a coronavirus (COVID-19) press briefing Friday, March 20, 2020, in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House. (Official White House Photo by Shealah Craighead)

By Jon Dougherty @JonDougherty10 

(TNS) For a week, one moron Leftist tyrant after another in the “mainstream media” has called on the cable news networks to stop broadcasting President Donald Trump’s daily coronavirus briefings because ‘he lies.’

The man is literally trying to save the country from tanking over what he appears to believe has become a dramatic over-reaction to the outbreak of a virus that has not killed or hospitalized Americans in any way close to what we’ve been told would happen.

But the same media morons who regularly accuse the president of dishonesty have a much more documentable track record of being flat out wrong when reporting on the current administration more times than we can count.

In addition, these same media morons have regularly quoted “anonymous sources” that likely do not exist to report ‘facts’ that are 100 percent false.

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And now, after a couple of idiots in Arizona took a fish tank cleaner because they claimed they heard the president discussing it, the same media morons are again being dishonest.

The New York Times:

Lets be clear: The woman even told news media she found the compound in her pantry:

The woman told NBC News on Monday that she had heard Mr. Trump make repeated mentions of chloroquine during recent White House briefings on the coronavirus and that she used chloroquine phosphate to treat her koi fish.

“I saw it sitting on the back shelf and thought, ‘Hey, isn’t that the stuff they’re talking about on TV,’ ” said the woman, who was not named by NBC.

CNN is also in on the con job.

Here’s the clip: “And in Arizona, one man has died after an apparent attempt to self-medicate with that drug”:

Meanwhile, back at the pet store where the exact wrong thing was purchased and used in Arizona:

The omission appears to be on purpose. See the tweet below where CNN quotes Banner Health?

Here’s the actual statement:

A man has died and his wife is under critical care after the couple, both in their 60s, ingested chloroquine phosphate, an additive commonly used at aquariums to clean fish tanks. Within thirty minutes of ingestion, the couple experienced immediate effects requiring admittance to a nearby Banner Health hospital.

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Sorry, we don’t mean to be unsympathetic, but come on…”commonly used to clean fish tanks” is not the same as “commonly used to treat malaria.” If someone really doesn’t know the difference, then, gosh, we don’t know what to say about that.

However, the media pile-on of the president is typical. Not only did Trump not tell people to “self-medicate,” he can’t control someone else’s stupidity.

And there is this: Notice how the media is dramatically downplaying this medication (the legitimate one) as a potential treatment for coronavirus; what if it really is effecting at combating the disease?

We now have a mainstream media that complains about the president’s ‘dishonesty’ but is flat-out lying about something they don’t yet know doesn’t work, which is potentially putting lives at risk.

Just who needs to be booted off the air?


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