Michael Wolff’s largely fictional Fire and Fury book apparently made its way to North Korea this week. Although it’s not surprising to learn Kim Jong-Un is using it to taunt President Trump, it is astonishing to know the New York Times is happy about it.
Any news that is anti-Trump sits very well with mainstream media. Wolff’s book provided them with many salacious, albeit false, headlines over the last two weeks. Outlets like the New York Times, relish the contents as though they were handed down from the heavens.
However, when journalists are willing to promote America’s enemies to further their hateful agendas this country has a problem. And it isn’t a small problem. Obviously. the New York Times doesn’t get that.
Rodong Sinmun newspaper, run by North Korea’s ruling Worker’s Party, taunted Trump by commenting on the book. “The anti-Trump book is sweeping all over the world, so Trump is being massively humiliated worldwide,” the NYT shared.
“Voices calling for the impeachment of Trump are on the rise not only in the United States but also abroad,” the outlet reported. “Since the book was published, it has triggered a debate on whether Trump is qualified to be president, even in Western Europe.”
Suffice it to say, the New York Times posting these remarks seems an awful lot like instigation. And given the number of times they have chastised Trump for his comments towards Kim, it makes little sense to write such a story.
Unless that is, their intent is to embarrass the president. Which, if you think about it, is not out of the realm of possibility. We certainly know that is the purpose of Wolff’s book. The story, mostly a reflection of Wolff’s opinions, paints Trump in a very negative light.
Playing with National Security
Nevertheless, this is a matter of national security. Giving North Korea free air time to disparage the president leaves all Americans vulnerable to attack. By encouraging them to believe he is mentally unfit to run the country, liberal media is feeding the beast.
The power of Trump’s “nuclear button,” pales in comparison to the power of mainstream media’s words. Which one do you think is more likely to result in America’s destruction?