The leftist media is in a full-blown war against President Trump with particular emphasis right now on his health. Wall-to-wall coverage of Trump’s “all clear” from the official White House doctor has them shaking their heads in disbelief that the man they just knew was unhealthy and mentally unfit to lead the country is anything but. The anti-Trump press is so overly obsessed with their own ideas about the president’s health that they are ignoring the results of a medical professional — the same medical professional they trusted when he cared for President Obama.
But remember when the questions and concerns around Hillary Clinton’s mysterious health issues were dubbed crazed conspiracy theories by the same media?
The Washington Free Beacon sure does, and put together a great supercut video highlighting this hypocrisy which you can watch above.
Over at CNN on Thursday, editor-at-large Chris Cillizza mocked Trump’s exercise regimen as if he was a high school girl:
“President Donald Trump likes to eat fast food. And he doesn't like to exercise. Like, at all.”
When Trump answered questions about his activity level, he said, “I get exercise. I mean I walk, I this, I that. I run over to a building next door. I get more exercise than people think."
Cillizza broke that down into a regimen:
4. Run to building next door
5. Unspecified number of repetitions
We leave it to Ace of Spades HQ for the proper takedown of Cillizza, who is described as a “soft, putty-like sub-man:”
[I]t’s just remarkable to see CNN men (evidence needed) in their 30s goofing on a guy in his 70s for... you know, being as chubby and inactive as they are.
I think Chris Cilliza and Brian Stelter and assorted other fatties have decided that opening the freezer and pulling out a tub of Haagen-Dasz ice cream constitutes a standing horizontal row.
This whole faux-controversy has been turned into, of course, the #GirtherMovement — a play on Trump’s birther movement years when he questioned Obama’s birth certificate. Now, it’s leftists questioning the results of Trump’s physical exam which counts him as 6-foot-3 and 239 pounds. Girthers are wondering how Trump can share similar measurements with fit athletes and look so unfit. Since they don’t believe the trained physician is the expert, folks like Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn have jumped aboard the conspiracy train. He is offering a $100,000 donation to Trump’s favorite charity if he will step on a scale and prove he only weighs 239 pounds. Gunn promises this isn’t fat shaming, it’s truth seeking. If Trump declines, or is proved wrong, Gunn said the money will go to Planned Parenthood.
But dare question Clinton's obvious health problems displayed on the campaign trail and it was labeled as sexist. This is getting tiresome.