(Republican Party News) – President Donald Trump opened proverbial fire on Fox News in a recently released statement, for allowing “horrible and untruthful anti-Trump commercials to be run” on the network.
“What good is it if FOX News speaks well of me when they continually allow horrible and untruthful anti-Trump commercials to be run—and plenty of them,” Trump went on to say in the release. “In the good old days, that would never have happened and today it happens all of the time.”
According to BizPacReview, Trump, in what sounds an awful lot like more affirmation that he’s going to give the White House another go in 2024, stated that “we will win anyway,” while also pointing out that Fox News’ competition would never allow a pro-Trump ad to air on their networks.
“Ratings-challenged CNN and MSNBC would never run a positive Trump ad — never,” the president said. “With so many forces against us, Big Tech, the Fake News Media, the Radical Left, the RINOs, and more, we are at such a disadvantage, but we will win anyway!”
MeidasTouch, a political action committee group, claimed in a tweet that was posted up last Sunday that it was one of the ads they created that made Trump upset, making the ridiculous claim that they “just broke Trump.”
“We didn’t think we could break him any more than we already had,” the tweet stated. “But we did. After we put our ad on the air at Mar-A-Lago that is humiliating him for not coming to Virginia. He wants to come so badly.”
We just broke Trump. We didn’t think we could break him any more than we already had. But we did. After we put our ad on the air at Mar-A-Lago that is humiliating him for not coming to Virginia. He wants to come so badly. pic.twitter.com/6zwAF3FH9E
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) October 25, 2021
“MeidasTouch is a ‘progressive, next-generation’ super PAC founded by three brothers who are lifelong Democrats, in the quest to help defeat Trump in the 2020 presidential election. The group released an ad recently in response to Glenn Youngkin, the Republican gubernatorial candidate in Virginia, going it alone thus far on the campaign trail. The former president endorsed Youngkin in the race, though NBC News reported recently that ‘he has allowed Youngkin, a former private equity executive and political newcomer, to keep some distance from him,'” the report from BPR said.
“Why are you scared to go to Virginia?” a female narrator asks around the 30-second mark in the video. “Is it because Glenn Youngkin wants nothing to do with you? Or is it because your loser stench rubs off on everyone you touch?”
— MeidasTouch.com (@MeidasTouch) October 18, 2021
“We are not done humiliating Trump and defeating him and his GOP puppets,” the group then stated in another tweet in an attempt to drum up some donations. A link to Act Blue was included in the post.
According to other reports in the media, the ad in question started airing last Thursday on Fox News and is part of a five-figure weeklong media purchase. The ad, which is both petty and extremely juvenile — in other words, it’s exactly what you would expect from a bunch of raging liberals — sounds like it was written and put together by a group of middle schoolers.
In fact, if you watch the ad, it sounds an awful lot like something that would be cooked up by troll Rick Wilson. Wilson is currently desperate for some more time in the spotlight, especially since both CNN and MSNBC no longer require his services as an alleged member of the GOP constantly attacking President Trump.
Wilson was very eager to get in on this fight over the weekend.
“The group he co-founded, the Lincoln Project, has fallen out of favor somewhat after it was learned one of the principal players, John Weaver, had an alleged affinity for underage boys. It seems the other grifters in the group were only too happy to live with this dirty little secret to keep the money spigot flowing in the run-up to the November election,” the report said.
“Wilson told Mediaite that he was not sure if the ad was from his group, but said they did have a current buy. He also said the PAC specifically targets Trump with local cable ad buys, which is consistent with a petty, longstanding tactic of poking Trump in the hopes that he will mention them,” it continued.
“We’re always running ads on Fox News in Bedminster and Mar-a-Lago area cable, because it’s a central part of our ‘audience of one’ strategy and as you can see, it’s highly effective. Now, I don’t know if he’s talking about one of our ads — other people have followed us into this strategy — but we’re the OGs of it,” he went on to say.
What a clown.
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