Corporate media continues to use Trump to keep Americans focused on issues like whether Rosie O'Donnell is a wildebeest.
|Donald Trump speaking at 2015 CPAC.|
(Photo: Gage Skidmore)
WASHINGTON (The Nil Admirari) - Today, the corporate media ran a live speech by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump while ten Americans died due to lack of access to healthcare in the richest country in the history of humanity.
Trump took advantage of his 11,906th opportunity for free media exposure by asserting Rosie O'Donnell was a wildebeest, calling House Speaker Paul Ryan a "complete loser," and defending the defunct Trump University, which he called a "super-classy school for super-classy people."
While Trump was speaking, ten Americans died from one of the following treatable diseases: cancer, coronary artery disease, influenza, tuberculosis, diabetes, and HIV/AIDS.
Each of the ten Americans who died from lack of healthcare access during the Trump speech lived in one of the following states: Alabama, Kansas, Florida, Mississippi, North Carolina, Texas, Maine, Oklahoma, Idaho, and Wisconsin.
The corporate media analyzed Trump's assertion Rosie O'Donnell was a wildebeest for over 6 hours before it concluded viewers must decide if they believed Trump or the zoologists interviewed.
At least 40 more Americans died due to lack of healthcare access during the "Is Rosie O'Donnell a Wildebeest?" analysis.