Harambe redux: MSM reporter pouts over Trump’s choices

President Trump has incurred the wrath of the Establishment Media during today’s White House Q and A presser held in the Rose Garden.

While our Chief Executive traded-off calling on reporters with visiting Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe, it was then that the president crossed the line… according to the Establishment Media, that is.

As it turns out, as he and PM Abe were taking turns recognizing reporters, Trump gave the go-ahead to Fox News reporter John Roberts and eventually to The Daily Caller’s Saagar Enjeti.

No CNN, no Washington Post, no Yahoo News, no MSNBC. You get the picture.

Nonetheless, Yahoo News reporter Hunter Walker took to Twitter to pout his disapproval;

To wit, Walker had his tweet shoved down his throat by Enjeti’s fellow Daily Caller reporter Peter J. Hasson;

As it turns out, it’s true. Walker really did piss away his opportunity to question then-candidate Trump with a question about Harambe the (now dead) gorilla.

Showing at least some journalistic integrity, a handful of reporters hammered Walker for his patently stupid question;



Yahoo News Poll: Fans turn against NFL in overwhelming numbers

Call it payback, divine retribution, karma… call it what you will, but in a recent poll by Yahoo Finance, the NFL honchos move to align themselves with the anti-American, pro-Colin Kaepernick elements within the league have just seen seen their efforts blast back in their collective faces.

In what Yahoo Finance contributor Rick Newman referred to as both an “existential” and an “enduring” problem, Roger Goodell’s business plan may need another look.

In a poll of 12,500 interviewed;

  • Nearly 62% of 9,056 respondents told us they plan to watch less pro football in response to the anthem controversy
  • Thirty-six percent said they plan to buy less NFL merchandise
  • Thirty-two percent have chosen not to attend a game they would otherwise have gone to
  • Slightly over 77 percent feel it’s wrong for players to kneel during the National Anthem
  • The controversy made 53 percent more supportive of President Trump, while less than 20 percent feel less supportive

Regarding how they would feel if the players and team owners experience “lasting financial harm”;

  • It would bum me out 10.21%
  • I wouldn’t care 30.12%
  • I would be pleased 47.20%

Read the entire survey here.