“We lose our ability to function as rationally informed citizens every time we chuckle or smile at something he says!”
March 12, 2018
As President Trump gears up to negotiate an historic peace accord with North Korea, CNN is still hell bent on attacking every facet of Trump’s being, with one panelist declaring that it is ‘evil and dangerous’ for anyone to be amused by the President’s trademark quips.
CNN host Brian Stelter specifically addressed Trump’s comment about NBC reporter Chuck Todd, after the President labeled Todd a “sleeping son of a b*tch” in a speech at the weekend.
“Journalists are still near the top of Trump’s enemies list and that attack against Chuck Todd, in particular, has to be called out. It’s offensive, and it’s just plain wrong. And if the President doesn’t know that, maybe Melania can tell him,” Stelter chided at the top of the broadcast.
Baltimore Sun writer David Zurawik then declared that anyone who finds Trump in any way amusing is literally having a detrimental effect on society.
“We’re amusing ourselves to death,” Zurawik exclaimed, adding “we lose our ability to function as rationally informed citizens every time we chuckle or smile at something he says!”
“What he did at that rally, April is so right. It’s evil and the stuff he said about Chuck Todd is dangerous, but too many people are smiling at it, and even some are applauding.” Zurawik complained.
“Very dangerous,” Zurawik further yelled.
Stelter then asked him “What you’re saying, David, it raises this question how journalists can avoid being part of the act, part of the entertainment?”
“Very much so, Brian,” Zurawik responded, declaring “We have to stop doing it … We have to do it, because I think a lot of people in the public, it’s like going to the mall on Friday night and seeing a funny movie. Look at…