Opinion| Steven Ahle| A week ago, Mike Lindell spoke at the daily press briefing on DTMNBN. (Disease That Must Not Be Named) He announced that his company was retooling and that he will produce 50,000 face masks a week.
That didn’t sit well with the press who claimed that Lindell was pushing MyPillow’s products even though he never mentioned it.
What really irked the press was that Lindell is an enthusiastic Trump supporter and even worse, he is a Christian and he urged people to pray.
In any totalitarian government, the first thing you need to do is destroy their religion. Second is you take away their guns. Sound familiar?
The Democrats at the DNC and their wholly-owned subsidiary, the mainstream press will nd have tried to destroy President Trump and anyone associated with him. To them it’s a moral imperative.
Lindell was an early supporter of Donald Trump since 2016 and he once said that he believed that President Trump would be the greatest president of all time.
He has gotten the border mainly under control and the economy was unbelievable. The stock market kept setting records. Unemployment was 3.5% and minority unemployment was also at an all-time low.
It all comes down to who is most likely to revive our economy? Biden or Trump.? I think the answer is as clear as water. (Except in Flint, Michigan)
Another week, another round of journalists acting idiotic during the White House coronavirus press briefings.
This time, MSNBC’s Ali Velshi and CNN’s Jim Acosta complained that MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell appeared at a briefing, despite the fact that he agreed to use his company to produce 50,000 masks a day for health care providers. Apparently you can’t do good things if you’re a Trump supporter or an outspoken Christian!
We also found out that the woman who ingested fish tank cleaner with her husband was not a Trump supporter, like the media suggested, but actually a big donor to Democrats, including Hillary Clinton. So much for blaming Trump for other people’s stupidity.
Finally, while CNN chooses not to carry the president’s briefings because of “misinformation,” they should take a look at the massive amounts of misinformation the media has spread since the beginning of the coronavirus outbreak, from defending China’s response to believing China’s reports that no more people have died from COVID-19.