People like Bill Maher, NBC News reporter Richard Engel and others have been quite vocal in their hopes for an economic recession in order to hurt President Trump’s chances of re-election. Others in the media have taken a “nobody wants a recession BUT” approach. Put it all together and the R-word is being used a lot these days, not that they’re hoping for it to happen or anything:
I promise you'll never have more fun watching a supercut about a recession
— David Rutz (@DavidRutz) August 21, 2019
WOW. The media’s going out of its way to prove Trump correct on that one:
When Trump says the media is pushing the idea of a recession in order to weaken him, he's absolutely right. https://t.co/Jr4j7LqHuI
— Varad Mehta (@varadmehta) August 21, 2019
He’s not wrong, that’s for sure.
The all parrot the same talking points all the time. Almost like they say what the Democrats instruct them to say https://t.co/DLzWtntV7G
— oddy (@Oddy4real) August 22, 2019
Always weird how a diverse, independent, non-partisan press always seems daily to have similar talking points. https://t.co/PRZ5mZnPv0
— Porter Pints (@PorterPints) August 22, 2019
"Recession isn't about a number, it's about a feeling." Punditry in a nutshell, today.
— Nick Carroll (@LibertyAndTech) August 21, 2019
Total liberal lunacy. https://t.co/WtGbIMz7VN
— TruthMatters (@BreakoffBetty) August 22, 2019
Really strange. Almost like they all had a meeting about this talking point… pic.twitter.com/j0RxRUq467
— Dark Psychic Force Guy (@RunFreedomRun) August 22, 2019
Old & busted: "The walls are closing in"
New hotness: "The recession is closing in" https://t.co/xrAllvmaYh
— IT Guy (@ITGuy1959) August 22, 2019
Could the MSM make their desperation any more obvious?
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