As Napoleon Said, “Never Interfere When A Foe Defeats Himself”

The Daily Caller reports September TV coverage of increasingly popular President Donald J. Trump was 92 percent negative.

A media outlet can get away with criticizing an unpopular political figure because few think he deserves praise. But the other side of that coin is that you cannot get away with criicizing a popular leader because no one things he deserves calumny.

And, as Napoleon said, “Never interfere with a foe who is defeating himself.”

We, both as gun owners and as law abiding citizens, would be far better off if all the TV stations go broke. We would live in a safer, cleaner, and far more orderly society, and we would pay hard earned money on products made to be sold, not used.

To quot another paleface war chief, “You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you cannot fool all of the people all of the time.”

Every time an unjustified criticism appears on the screen, the stations and networks lose credibility. It will not be that long before they are credibilityied ed out.

Which will be a very good thing.

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