‘Crack’ journalists scrutinize WH photos of Trump working, whip up Sharpiegate 2.0

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The shameful manner seen from many in the media in response to President Donald Trump testing positive for COVID-19 will be remembered by the American people for a very long time.

Much like the despicable treatment of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh by the party proved to be a gamechanger, the media’s treatment of the president while he is hospitalized at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center will resonate for years.

The liberal media has been consumed with denigrating Trump for the better part of four years, but with the election now just 30 days away, they have taken it to another level.

Clouded by their hatred of this president, reporters rush to find fault in every action taken by Trump and his administration, even though White House physician Dr. Sean Conley stressed Saturday that while he “continues to do well,” the commander in chief is “not out of the woods yet.”

Even a simple photo of the president is subject to intense scrutiny.

On Saturday, the White House released a couple of photos of Trump working in the presidential suite at Walter Reed, which supports a statement made by Conley.

“He spent most of the afternoon conducting business, and has been up and moving about the medical suite without difficulty,” the president’s physician said.

The election-minded media has been working hard to convince the American people that Trump is doing far worse than advertised, and journalist Andrew Feinberg was quick to respond to the photos to question if Trump is actually working.

While rational Americans understand the images are pretty much a photo op to help reassure a worried nation — outside of the hate-filled left — that Trump is doing well, the stick-in-the-mud media will have none of that.

At the very least, Feinberg is attempting to portray the White House as deceptive and dishonest, as proudly shares his scoop” that Trump “appears to be signing his name to a blank sheet of paper.”

Of course, there is not enough clarity in the photo to prove that the paper is blank, but that’s mere details.

Putting his investigative skills on further display, the sleuth reporter pointed out that in an earlier video the president also had a piece of paper in front of him. And because that piece of paper was also white, he deduced that it was the same piece of paper!

Why this man is wasting his talents as a journalist when he could be solving major crimes is a mystery to all.

Feinberg also claimed a video message put out Saturday night by the president had been edited to “remove coughs.”

Not to be outdone, former CNN editor Jon Ostrower weighed in to point out that the two photos were taken 10 minutes apart.

Apparently, it didn’t occur to the crack detective that the president could have gotten up from one location and moved to another, and either put on or take off his jacket in 10 minutes’ time.

No, there must be something sinister here.

The insanity prompted a wave of responses online, with Trump-hating social media users questioning whether the photos were even real and why he wasn’t on an IV.

Here are a few responses to the sad display from Twitter:


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