Racist April Ryan, whose only purpose in pretending to be a news person is to promote blackness or brownness, which she also defines as diminishing President Trump, engages with Press Secretary Sean Spicer. He long ago had enough of her, about the time she allowed herself to be portrayed as a victim when President Trump suggested she handle the arrangements if she wanted to put together a meeting between the President and the Racist Black Caucus in his February 17th press conference.
With her every question is about racism, sexism or some other terrible imaginary transgression committed by the President against a favored group that is somehow entitled to more protection and more rights than the cracker boy offenders. Any seat near Ryan is considered a bad seat in the briefing room, both because of the close proximity to the third class reporter and fourth class American, as well as the risk of personal injury from being hit by a falling shoulder chip.
As Spicer looks at her with a “What is this idiot raving about” look on his face, Ryan premises her question on “all of these investigations,” asking how the Trump administration revamps its image. She says “You’ve got this Yates story today, you’ve got other things going on, you’ve got Russia, you’ve got wiretapping…” Spicer corrects her and cuts her off there, saying, “No, we don’t have that.”
He continues, “I’ve said it from the day that I got here until whatever, that there is no connection. You’ve got Russia. If the President puts Russian salad dressing on his salad tonight, somehow that’s a Russian connection. But every single person…” After she interrupts, Spicer says, “I appreciate your agenda here, but the reality is, no, no, hold on. At some point report the facts. The facts are that every single person who has been briefed on this subject has come away with the same conclusion, Republican, Democrat.”
Spicer says, “So I’m sorry that that disgusts you, you’re shaking your head, I appreciate it but understand this. But at some point the facts are what they are and every single person who has been briefed on this situation, with respect to the situation with Russia, Republican, Democrat, Obama appointee, career, have all come to the same conclusion. At some point, April, you’re going to have to take no for an answer with respect to whether or not there was collusion.”
She’s hard-headed, and Spicer didn’t get through to her, she needs a little more convincing. She asks “But how do you change the perception of…?” The answer is it’s your perception, Ryan, and that of your fellow propagandists. When you report lies and then claim that lie to be a perception, there’s really not much, aside from excluding you from the press briefings that can be done to change the narrative.
Fix it yourself Ryan, or just keep reporting fake news propaganda. It’s beyond Sean Spicer or Donald Trump’s control.
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