Clearly, if you’ve been keeping up with the news, you’ll notice the left has some serious issues with President Trump and his agenda for our nation, evidenced by the absolute kiddie tantrums they throw on a daily basis.
Leftists have been severely triggered by the fact Trump has actually been keeping his campaign promises, making him one of the only politicians on the planet to actually be hated for doing what he said he’d do.
There’s lots of promises yet to be fulfilled, but according to Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, they will be fully realized, much to the horror of our liberal friends.
According to Truth Revolf:
White House chief strategist Steve Bannon spoke at CPAC Thursday and noted that the mainstream media got everything about Donald Trump, both before and after the election, “dead wrong.”
Mediaite reports that Bannon, speaking alongside White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, called the mainstream media the “opposition party” and claimed they don’t know how to report on President Trump.
“This is the other thing that the mainstream media or opposition party never caught is that if you want to see the Trump agenda it’s very simple,” Bannon stated. “It was all in the speeches.”
He also declared that the media won’t report on what’s really going on with the Trump Administration and the President’s campaign promises.
“That’s what the mainstream media won’t report. Just like they were dead wrong on the chaos of the campaign, and just like they were dead wrong on chaos of the transition, they are absolutely dead wrong on what’s going on today,” he said.
Bannon added, “President Trump is following through on what he promised the American people, and the mainstream media better understand something — all of those promises are going to be implemented.”
First folks complain because we had a president who never kept his word, and lied through his teeth on a regular basis, leaving the majority of his campaign promises unfulfilled.
Then we get a leader who clearly lays out an agenda and starts implementing each piece of it, and now people are unhappy about it.
You can’t have your cake and eat it, too.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]