On Tuesday night, CBS went all-out with its attempt to convince Oprah to vie for the presidency in 2020. Appearing on left-wing Stephen Colbert's Late Night program, God himself endorsed Winfrey.
With the media mogul on the couch, the Creator of the Universe descended. After they exchanged mutual admiration for one another, God exclaimed:
"Wow -- Oprah knows who I am? I can't wait to tell Jesus! I'm gonna look so cool."
The Heavenly Father had an important message for the TV icon:
"I hear thou seekest a sign. Well, is this clear enough?"
Suddenly, a literal sign appeared with God, indicating "Run!"
Avoiding the issue, Winfrey said, "'Run' is a part of my exercise routine." Undeterred, God pondered:
"How do I make this clearer, Oprah? Oh, I know: Oprah Winfrey 2020! Yes, she can!"
God left and quickly returned, wearing Oprah campaign swag, waving American flags and holding an "Oprah 2020" sign.
This wasn't the only recent media push for the actress and philanthropist to pursue the Oval Office. On Tuesday, Winfrey's best friend and CBS This Morning co-host Gayle King goaded Winfrey, saying, "You have a unique ability in terms of healing and connecting all people.” Referencing late poet Maya Angelou, King prodded, "What do you think Maya would say?"
On the 18th of February, 60 Minutes welcomed Oprah to engage with voters, questioning them over Trump's capacity to lead:
“There have been some members of Congress, including Republicans, questioning his stability and fitness for office. What do you think of that, and do you believe he has the temperament to be president?”
Following the 60 Minutes airing, Winfrey was puzzled why Trump would claim bias over the session. She marveled to Colbert:
"I didn’t understand that.... When I heard the President had tweeted that, I went back and looked at the tape to see, 'What is he actually talking about? Was I biased? Were we not fair?' And I didn’t get it. I really — but I did examine it. I called up the 60 Minutes producers. I said, 'Hey...is there any validity to this at all?' And we all looked at it and said, 'No.'"
Winfrey's inability to view her 60 Minutes segment clearly is puzzling, but it's no surprise that a network making such great effort to present her as a presidential contender would fail to consider such a Q&A to be biased. The media will continue to tout the entertainer as their champion until they find someone more suitable and willing. Regardless of who that ends up being, President Trump will be ready to defend his title, supported by Americans who will vote to keep the Left and their agenda in the loser's circle. And that is exactly where they will find themselves, we hope to God.