With much of the mainstream media members still having uncontrolled spasms of rage of the election of Donald Trump and the humiliating defeat of their anointed candidate Hillary Clinton, they remain a deeply flawed source of coverage of anything touching Mr. Trump. This can certainly be expected to continue into the inauguration, and for many, well into his administration.
There should be a healthy debate, but that’s not what we’re dealing with here. What we have an unremitting hatred of Donald Trump by a sizeable part of the major media that makes it impossible for them to offer anything other than a slanted view of the news — slanted to the left of course.
Hence it comes as no surprise to learn that mainstream news outlets have ignored some notable “firsts” that will characterize the Trump administration as well as some significant facts concerning his inauguration. What they are unlikely to share with you, you can grab here.
For one thing, “[D]id you know Trump is on track to build one of the most pro-woman cabinets in history? Of course not, because he’s a misogynist [according to the left], right?” Isn’t it interesting what you can learn when you can bypass the gatekeepers on the left?
Regarding the inaugural ceremonies themselves, Trump is at Reagan’s level when it comes to faith-based participants as it, “is shaping up to be one of the most faith-based in a very long time, with six religious figures speaking, including Franklin Graham, Cardinal Timothy Dolan, Pastor Paula White and Rev. Samuel Rodriguez of the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference.”
One other participant is especially significant in the light of the Obama administration’s recent betrayal of Israel at the UN. This would be the, “inclusion of Rabbi Marvin Hier, the dean and founder of the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Los Angeles…” Not since Ronald Reagan has a Jewish rabbi participated in a presidential inauguration.
Highlighting the role that religious faith has played in the history of America, “Tom Barrack, the chairman of the Presidential Inaugural Committee, said in a statement issued Wednesday announcing the six faith leaders who will participate in the inauguration. ‘I am pleased to announce that a diverse set of faith leaders will offer readings and prayers at the swearing-in of President-elect Trump and honor the vital role religious faith plays in our multicultural, vibrant nation.'”
Those conservatives who have sorely missed Ronald Reagan, might just find in Donald Trump those characteristics of leadership that the nation has so sorely missed since the presidency of Mr. Reagan.
Source: Allen B. West