Sharyl Attkisson ignites firestorm about media’s latest onslaught: ‘Somebody is very, very worried’

Award-winning investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson made a few general observations on the media attack on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump that are both instructive and worth consideration.

The New York Times began the process with a report that two women claimed that they were both sexually groped by Trump. Then an onslaught of similar allegations from different outlets began pouring in.

Those events — in and of themselves — prompted Attkisson to step back from the maelstrom to ask, what really is going on here?

Those who are “very, very worried” can only be the Democratic Party and the Clinton campaign, who have been, to quote the late playwright Tennessee Williams, like a “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” since multiple Clinton scandals have been disclosed.

And Julian Assange’s WikiLeaks has been turning up the heat big time. Attkisson observed that the allegations thrown at Trump may not be as they appear. Maybe we’re being told we should believe the images that are peering back at us — even though they come from a fun house mirror.

She finally observed that Trump is working at a distinct disadvantage this time around.

And others agreed.

What do you think? Is it all “smoke and mirrors,” or is it “where there’s smoke, there’s fire.”

Whatever it is, one thing is certain: The media are telling the electorate how it should cast it’s vote, and that should tick everyone off — Republicans and Democrats.

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