For a guy who’s been treated pretty much with kid gloves since first arriving on scene, I thought it strange to hear how Barry’ been complaining about how he’s continually being picked on by those who comprise the lion’s share of those in the state-controlled media. Because in their effort to keep the wagons tightly circled around their hero Barry, our state-controlled media complex has become more like Barry’s lap dog than the people’s watchdog which it was originally intended to be.
So it was then that while speaking with a group of college journalists, just past Thursday, Barry “Almighty was heard complaining about how he’s "picked on" by the media. Along with his spokesmoron Josh Earnest, Barry talked about the "pokes and prods" he has suffered at the hands of the press. Barry said, “Sometimes both Josh and I probably have our disagreements with the press corps and feel picked on and misunderstood.” He can’t be serious?? Can he??
Anyway Barry went on to say, “But the truth of the matter is, and I’ve said this before, what separates us out in part from a lot of other countries in the world is we’ve got this incredible free press that pokes and prods and calls into account our leaders.” What the Hell is this moron talking about? When exactly has ANYONE in the press, other than perhaps Fox News, EVER actually held this boob accountable for anything? And the answer to that is, never. They just makes excuses for him.
Barry went on to complain about how hard it is to get "good" stories placed. He told these ‘journalists’, “It is very hard to get good stories placed.” And he went on to say, “People will assign you stories about what’s not working. It’s very hard for you to write a story about, ‘Wow, this thing really works good.'” Well, maybe if this boob was ever responsible for something really working we’d hear about it. But, unfortunately for us, everything he touches simply turns to shit!
He also suggested the media needs to help make people less cynical. He said, “One of the things we have to think about is how do we tell a story about the things we do together that actually work so that people don’t feel so cynical overall.” Look, the fact is that the vast majority of those who are part of the state-controlled media spend so much time trying to convince us that those things that aren’t working, really are working that people can’t help but to become cynical.
Now if Barry were ever to be treated as if he were a Republican maybe then he’d have something to whine about. For instance, if there were nightly stories about the cancer victims and others with life threatening conditions, with an emphasis on women and children, who are being turned away from hospitals and treatment centers because of Obamascare. Stories of what a cruel and heartless man Barry is for making them die would be on an hourly news cycle.
Or the families of the Benghazi victims would be asked why their loved ones had to die for no other reason than so Barry could be reelected, like what Cindy Sheehan did when George Bush was in office. All the relatives of the victims of Fast and Furious would be interviewed nightly and asked why it was that they thought Barry had sent guns to the drug cartels. There would questions about the vets that died waiting for treatment that died because of Barry’s policies.
Maybe the IRS email scandal wouldn’t be a source of humor on the nightly news. Instead questions about the subpoenaed documents yet to be released would be the only ones asked at every White House press conference. And there’d be questions regarding why the president felt the need for an enemies list. There would be daily calls for his impeachment on all the broad cast networks and news cable shows for Fast and Furious, Benghazi, IRS, VA, NSA and the daily rewrite of Obamacare.
The bottom line here is that our wonderfully unbiased state-controlled media has bent over backwards in their constant attempt to provide cover for Barry ever since before he was elected. And that’s despite the fact that Barry has done more, and gotten away with more, than Nixon ever did, or even thought about doing. The press, which was the driving for behind Watergate, has continued to provide to him a free ride. And yet Barry still feels the need to whine about being picked on?