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Published:August 12th, 2016 14:23 EST

Rose McGowan: Donald Trump Coverage Is Poisoning Humanity!

By Robert Paul Reyes

"Actress Rose McGowan, who has been an active anti-Donald Trump voice, wrote an open letter addressed to the media Wednesday. This follows an open letter she wrote to a Trump supporter. In her most recent note, she holds the media accountable for its role in supporting the rise of Trump.
You who have been stressing me and most of the nation out to the point of a diagnosable sickness. WE ARE BEING POISONED. We, the public, are being sickened by an ever expanding assault on our right to live a healthy and free life. Donald & you ratings driven colluders, are holding us the public hostage and exposing us to disease. A massive DISease.
She also offers a simple solution: Stop covering him."


It`s easy to say that reporters, bloggers and columnists should simply stop covering Donald Trump. But journalists have a responsibility to cover Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, and point out any lies, exaggerations and discrepancies in their policies, so that the electorate can make an informed decision on election day.

It`s incumbent on bloggers and columnists to point out that the emperor isn`t wearing any clothes, and has a diseased mind. I see it as my civic duty to expose Trump, and ridicule his every controversial and alarming statement, that`s why I write about him almost every day.

By the way, I have also written a lot of articles exposing the corruption and deceit of Hillary, as an Independent who values honesty, patriotism and our civic liberties, I don`t have a dog in this fight.

Donald Trump is a disease, but the antidote is for reporters to objectively report on his campaign, and for bloggers and columnists to ridicule him endlessly until the election. 

Hang in there Rose, the way Trump has been sliding in the polls, our long national nightmare may soon be over.

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