Early Wednesday morning, Fox News and others reported that GOP nominee Donald J. Trump won the 2016 election, becoming the 45th President of the United States after defeating Democrat Hillary Clinton, the most evil person ever nominated to the White House by a major party.
News of Trump’s victory, however, hit the lapdog media hard. As we’ve reported time and again, the so-called “mainstream media,” known here as the “Democrat-media complex” has acted like the propaganda arm of the Democrats and the Clinton campaign.
Trevor Noah, for example, said: “This is it, the end of the presidential race and it feels like the end of the world.”
Is Biden's Vaccine Mandate Unconstitutional?
“I’m not going to lie. I don’t know if you’ve come to the right place for jokes tonight because this is the first time throughout this entire race where I’m officially s***ting my pants. I genuinely do not understand how America can be this disorganized or this hateful,” he added.
Newsbusters also noted:
ABC News journalist Martha Raddatz on election night struggled to not get emotional as the night got worse for Hillary Clinton. Speaking of Trump on foreign policy, her voice quivered, “I was also looking back [voice breaks] at an interview Tim Kaine gave. Tim Kaine has a son in the Marine Corps. He was asked, by John Dickerson, ‘So if Donald Trump is democratically elected, and your son is serving as a Marine, you wouldn’t trust his life under that commander-in-chief? And Kaine said, ‘I wouldn’t.”
Struggling to hold it together, she continued, “That’s a pretty extraordinary thing to say [voice breaks] if you have a son in the Marine Corps and you don’t trust the Commander in Chief. The people [voice breaks] in the military defend the Constitution.”
If Trump prevails, it will amount to “an ideological and electoral revolution that we haven’t seen since Reagan,” said Fox News commentator Charles Krauthammer. CBS News’ Peggy Noonan echoed that sentiment. “It is epic. It is surprising. It’s a kind of uprising, a kind of revolt,” she said.
CBS News’ Charlie Rose was almost whispering as he asked a panel of CBS political analysts if they had “any idea” that Trump would be as strong as he was when the coverage started just two hours before. “It’s both cultural and economic,” he said of the clear appeal of Trump’s message, despite the candidate’s polarizing comments about women, Hispanics, Muslims and immigrants.
Fox News’ Megyn Kelly observed that the long night ahead may force her to bow out of her scheduled guest co-hosting gig with Kelly Ripa on the syndicated “Live with Kelly” Wednesday morning.
“She’s now where we thought he would be,” said Fox News’ Brit Hume. “The vaunted power of the media is not what it might once have been,” he added.
That’s because the real power rests with the people, not the media. And the people spoke.
- Historic: Dems nominate most evil person to run for President
- Are Democrats setting us up for post-election martial law, civil unrest?
- BREAKING: Trump Wins The Trifecta – Ohio North Carolina And Florida!
- Sean Hannity: ‘Day of reckoning’ with GOP, media, after election
- Leaked docs reveal expansive effort by Soros to manipulate federal elections
And if you’re as concerned about Facebook censorship as we are, go here and order this new book: