Watch CNN Freak Out! Truck Blocking Their President Trump Stalking!
CNN got upset on Wednesday when a box truck arrived at President Donald Trump’s golf course that CNN claimed, without proof, was there to block them from watching Trump.
The CNN reporter acts like a paparazzi who has a right to record everything that the President does. A strategically parked box truck is an ‘evil conspiracy!’
Watch this and see how petty it really is.
CNN loses it when a box truck blocks them from stalking President Trump while he plays a quick round of golf on a course that he owns. pic.twitter.com/QyyiaIThEM
— Ryan Saavedra ?? (@RealSaavedra) December 27, 2017
CNN’s Dan Merica joined “CNN Newsroom” fill-in host Don Lemon where he reported that after successfully monitoring the president through a small gap in the surrounding vegetation for the last couple of days they were blocked by a box truck on Wednesday, NewsBusters reported.
“Over the last few days, we’ve gotten video of the President golfing at his nearby golf club here in West Palm Beach,” Merica said. “There is a break in the hedges, really. The President doesn’t really and his staff doesn’t tell us when he is golfing. And we have taken to going outside the golf course and filming him as he golfs through the break in hedges near the club.”
CNN’s obsession with wanting to monitor and surveil the president on a near-constant basis mimics the actions of a would-be stalker.
“Today, a big white box truck parked in front trying to obscure our shot of President Trump golfing,” Merica continued. “Now it may seem trivial, but it is important to give video as the President does these things on a daily basis. And goes to something that is larger, the President and the White House have tried to obscure the fact that President Trump golfs on a regular ……..”
Cathy Milhoan, a spokeswoman for the Secret Service, said the agency was not responsible for the truck.
“The USSS is in the business of protection and investigations not in commissioning vehicles to block the media’s view of the President’s golf swing,” Milhoan said.
Teri Barbera, a spokeswoman for the Palm Beach County sheriff’s office, said the department also “did not order a box truck to block any views of the president.”
CNN claimed, without proof, that it was there to block them from watching Trump.
But in reality. CNN fell for it again. They threw a ball that Trump can knock out of the ballpark with social media.
President Trump famously said that Twitter allows him to fire back at his detractors in the “fake media” and acknowledged that without the social media platform he wouldn’t be in the White House.
“So when somebody, says something about me, I am able to go bing, bing, bing and I take care of it. The other way, I would never be get the word out,” he said in an interview with Fox Business Network’s Maria Bartiromo that aired Sunday.
I have no doubt that Trump did not say, “Go park a truck in the way so it will give them something to report.”
The president has a “tremendous platform” with hundreds of millions of followers on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and Facebook.
“I am like a person that does well with that kind of thing. And I doubt I would be here if weren’t for social media, to be honest with you. Because there is a fake media out there, I get treated very unfairly by the media,” he said in the interview.
“You have to keep people interested also. You know, you have to keep people interested,” Trump went on. “But, social media, without social media, I am not sure that would be here talking. I would probably not be here talking.”
President Trump’s unconventional presidency has disturbed the media landscape, creating new dynamics that will play a major role in shaping his second year in office.
Trump has responded by doing away with media interviews and press conferences almost entirely. He and his allies launch near-daily attacks on the media’s credibility.
CNN regularly taunts the White House, their chief White House correspondent, Jim Acosta, has taken the aggressive style into the briefing room.
The network recently tapped journalist and writer, Brian Karem to be a regular contributor on the network. Karem was an unknown until he had an explosive argument with press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders at a press briefing.
CNN once had a reputation as the mainstream alternative to right-wing Fox News and left-wing MSNBC, but the network will head into 2018 as the poster child for what many on the right view as media bias and hysteria around the Trump presidency.