Last night, Donald Trump spoke at a rally in Montana for Matt Rosendale, the Republican running against Democratic Sen. John Tester. And what Chris Cillizza heard sent chills up his spine:

Cillizza writes:

Trump’s speech on Thursday night contained a number of genuinely dangerous lines, lines no president before Trump would even considering uttering among a small group of friends — much less in front of thousands of people. Below, then, are the 11 most dangerous lines Trump said last night — and why each one poses a real risk to the body populace.

As you’d expect, there’s no shortage of pearl clutching in Cillizza’s piece. But one particular beef of his stands out as especially egregious:

4. “They are so dishonest. Fake news. They’re fake news media.”

Eight days ago, a man walked into the Capital Gazette newsroom in Maryland and murdered five staffers. His motives were his own — he held a grudge against the paper for its over of a criminal harassment claim against him — and had nothing to do with Trump’s repeated rhetorical attack on the media as “fake.” Full stop. That said, one might think that in the wake of such violence committed against reporters, the President of the United States might be more mindful of savaging the media to a crowd of his supporters. That would be the responsible thing to do. That isn’t what Trump did.

After everything we’ve learned about the Capital Gazette shooting, Cillizza is still trying to make it about Trump.

Pretty f*cking sick.

Maybe the real reason Cillizza is so disturbed by Trump calling the MSM “dishonest” and “fake news media” is that it forces him to admit that Trump’s right about him.