If you scroll through social media, or just get online for a casual surfing of the internet, you’re likely to stumble across a plethora of “fake news” stories being pushed in the mainstream media, who seem bent on destroying the Trump administration.The left has tried their best to blow up this Russia narrative as a means of destroying Trump, hoping beyond hope it will lead to his removal from office.
It seems everyone is getting sick of the fiasco, including Wheel of Fortune host, Pat Sajak.
Fake news. Fake leaks. Fake outrage. Fake scandals. I think I'll watch the Kardashians tonight to get something real.
— Pat Sajak (@patsajak) July 12, 2017
Some of the responses Sajak received were pure gold.
You know how fake you are when even the Kardashians are more real than you. ;P
— Swervin' Mervin 🇨🇦 (@SwervinMervin98) July 12, 2017
It has come down to the Kardashians. TV is bust. Lol
— Bashir Guled (@BashirGuled) July 13, 2017
Or Bugs Bunny.
— Daniel L. Dennis (@dandennis) July 13, 2017
How about some Gilligan's Island?
— John Coktostone (@vanduct) July 12, 2017
Sad, but funny, commentary on the state of our country.
— Thomas Diamond (@Tdiamond1993) July 12, 2017
That last one pretty much sums up how the vast majority of Americans feel these days.
With the movers and shakers setting their sights on slamming the president — all as a means of making themselves appear relevant and draw in viewers — it’s easy get burned out on all of the negativity and lies being spread in the news.
Fortunately, many on the right still have a good sense of humor, and can capture the truth of how we all feel, and express it in such a way that we can all get a good laugh.
[Note: This article was written by Steve Parker]