Acosta repeatedly embarrasses himself grasping at straws to criticize Trump over Harvey, and falling flat

When you’re a bona fide member of the #Resistance, it’s your job to find fault with President Trump.

Even if it’s complete manufactured nonsense.

The ‘manufactured’ part, of course, comes naturally for Mr. Fake News himself, CNN’s Jim Acosta, who tweeted the following gem trying to take a dig at Trump for supposedly not witnessing Hurricane Harvey’s devastation “first hand.”

Seriously, Jim? This is what passes for ‘reporting’ now? The first thing that comes to mind here is this:

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Then, well, what else? Fake News!

And he wasn’t finished! During a Thursday interview with former San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, Acosta wondered if Trump’s impending visit to Houston would be “harmful.”

“And do you think that the president’s visit this weekend will be helpful or harmful?” Acosta asked. “What do you hope to see? I suppose you…want to see him shaking hands and meeting with storm victims.”

Acosta and others can nitpick all they want, but when silly things like Acosta’s nitpicking, a supposed lack of ’empathy,’ and Melania’s shoes are all they’ve got, you know POTUS must be doing a great job actually doing what he’s supposed to be doing – efficiently getting help to the people who need it most.

Interestingly, the White House had already responded to the whole “first hand” issue the evening before Acosta’s tweet:

On that, we’ll let the guy that totally nailed it conclude the post:

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