This story is mind blowing for any number of reasons.
Earlier this week President Donald Trump told FOX News host Sean Hannity that he may cancel the White House subscriptions to the far left Washington Post and The New York Times. …
On Thursday President Trump kept another promise to the American people. Trump canceled subscriptions to the Washington Post and The New York Times across all federal agencies!
Say what? For his entire administration to date those two rags were being delivered “across all federal agencies,” including the White House? Who knew?
Who paid for these subscriptions? We the People? Or were they “gifts” (Trojan horse-style) from the two biased rags formerly known as objective newspapers?
Here’s your answer:
“Not renewing subscriptions across all federal agencies will be a significant cost saving—hundreds of thousands of taxpayer dollars will be saved,” White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said in an email Thursday. …
It wasn’t immediately known how many subscriptions to the Times and the Post the federal government has. Federal employees are eligible for free digital subscriptions to the Post using their government email addresses.
Officials at the General Services Administration and the White House Office of Management and Budget didn’t immediately provide data about the total number of subscriptions.
For how long have We the People been subsidizing the attacks on our representatives and this President, not to mention ourselves (the “deplorables”), by biased rags?
Whose decision was it ever to use our tax dollars to subsidize these failing businesses otherwise known as leftist propaganda?
Are there other subscriptions for which We the People pay? Are there any subscriptions that provide objective, truly fair and balanced information to our employees? If not, then why not?
Who decided, and how were the decisions made, to use taxpayer money to subside these particular much-hated, unreliable and biased newspapers? Was any effort made to ensure balance? (One would probably be hard pressed to find a print newspaper that is objective, fair, balanced, and not knee-jerk anti-Trump and anti-conservative.)
Hilarious quote here:
Canceling the subscriptions could limit officials’ access to vital information that could assist them in doing their jobs.
OMG. You can’t make this up.
Let employees use their status as federal employees to get free digital subscriptions, if it’s so “vital” for them to read biased propaganda to do their jobs.
That should be the policy in the first place. Why are We the People paying for print subscriptions, when the same commodity is available now for free?
Besides which, it’s so totally green to save all those trees! Lefties should love to learn how many trees live on as a result of President Trump’s new policy. After all, they’re always complaining that he’s anti-environment. This is a step in the direction of saving the environment that we can all applaud, for our own reasons.
Exactly how many employees read the paper on our time and our dime and how much does that cost We the People? Perhaps the Congressional Budget Office might care to study up on that and report back to the people who pay the bills.
The ready availability of the progressive, poisonous propaganda put out by those two biased rags may explain some of the extreme anti-Trump bias we observe in the federal bureaucracy. Are our employees exposed to information from other political points of view, are do they read only left-biased media?
When did President Trump first learn that our hard-earned money was being used to supply our employees with supposedly “vital” leftist propaganda to inform them in the course of “doing their jobs?”
Why were We the People paying to allow the left to brainwash our employees?
Why were we supplying them this easy method to undermine the President and all he stands for?
It’s obviously long past time for these subscriptions to have been cancelled.
Thank you, President Trump.
Every little bit helps when you’re draining a swamp.