SKY HAS FALLEN ON LIBERAL HEADS, CBS PROPERLY DESCRIBES SOTU AS BEST EVER
"Leftists on Twitter and at Newsbusters have collapsed on the floor of their respective studios or studio apartments in the basement of their parents home in dispair and anguish over losing the pearl of their media networks, CBS," says Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
"What was going on CBS Tuesday night during the State of the Union? Do we need to file a slew of missing persons' reports? Or was there a real-life Invasion of the Body Snatchers? Those answers seemed plausible considering CBS's overwhelmingly positive reaction to President Trump's speech.
In their post-speech reactions, CBS journalists praised the "master showman" President's "incredible remarks" that, while "restrained," showcased "a strong record on the economy" and "emotionally compelling stories" about "great Americans." Even more surprisingly, the praise was juxtaposed with condemnation for Democrats.
CBS Evening News anchor Norah O'Donnell led off by noting that Trump "promised relentless optimism" and delivered "a speech unlike any other I have witnessed from [him] where the reality TV President took on the State of the Union, a master showman at his best."
Face the Nation moderator Margaret Brennan agreed, telling O'Donnell that Trump was "[v]ery much the showman."