Trump Blacklists His Critics In Memo To TV News Producers
In a breathtaking attack on the free press, President Trump’s re-election campaign reportedly issued a memo to TV news producers presenting a blacklist of his critics, including many prominent Democrats and intelligence experts.
WHAT the hell is this all about?
He's sending TV Producers a LIST of people he feels made false or outlandish statements about him?
WHERE have we heard this before?
Hey Twitler! This ain't Germany 1938 or Russia
You DON'T control the media (except for Fox) #FreeSpeech #BackOff https://t.co/DKyQ1QFluP
— ?Sheryl Lynne ReSister #BeButter (@shossy2) March 25, 2019
Credibility of Certain Guests, Team Trump recommended that, going forward, TV producers not do business with Democrat leaders and others lying to the American people by vigorously and repeatedly claiming there was evidence of collusion in on-air appearances.
The startling letter comes one day after Attorney General Bill Barr issued a letter to Congress declaring Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not find Trump had hit the legal threshold for collusion. Bear in mind that the Mueller report is much longer than 4 pages long and was two years in the making. Moreover, the report has yet to be made public despite their demand for it, and Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell continues to prevent the full and complete report from reaching public viewing.
Among the blacklist are House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff, Congressman Eric Swalwell, former CIA Director John Brennan, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Rep Jerry Nadler and DNC chair Tom Perez.