200 Liberal Hack Journalists Sign Letter Condemning Trump for Violence against the Press

Thursday, October 25, 2018
By Paul Martin

by Jim Hoft
October 25, 2018

President Trump has broken more economic records in his first two years than any president in history. And his foreign policy successes are just as impressive. Despite this the liberal mainstream media has found a way to publish anti-Trump screeds 92% of the time.

Then they all sit back and bitch when Trump fires back at their bias and lies.

On Thursday 200 hack journalists signed a letter condemning Trump for what they say is violence against the press.

These are the same asshats who have ignored over 600 beatings and violent acts against Trump supporters for the past two years.

These hack reporters were meeting secretly with the Hillary Clinton campaign before the 2016 election.

The Hill reported:

“At least 200 journalists, most of them retired or semi-retired, have signed on to a letter condemning President Trump’s attacks on the media and accusing him of inciting violence against the press.

“Trump’s condoning of political violence is part of a sustained pattern of attack on a free press — which includes labeling any reportage he doesn’t like as ‘fake news’ and barring reporters and news organizations whom he wishes to punish from press briefings and events,” the open letter reads.

The journalists, many from ABC News, criticize Trump for his recent comments praising Rep. Greg Gianforte (R-Mont.) as “my guy” while discussing Gianforte’s body-slam of Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs last year.

Former ABC News producer Meredith Wheeler told The Washington Post that she organized the effort, adding that the letter is still gathering signatures.

The retired journalists accuse Trump of “utterly failing” to uphold his oath of office, which includes a vow to protect the Constitution.

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