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Dr. Sebastian Gorka: “Somebody Has To Be The President’s Pit Bull, And I’m Ready”

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Dr. Sebastian Gorka, deputy assistant to President Donald Trump, is quickly gaining a reputation of being a no-nonsense attack dog for the president, and makes no bones about it.

“Somebody has to be the president’s pit bull,” he told Sean Hannity. “And I’m ready. I’m going to take it to them.” 

Gorka appeared on Fox News’ nightly program Hannity to discuss the crushing results obtained from several interviews that he had had with the Main Stream Media.

During one exchange on the program New Day, Dr. Gorka got the better of co-host Alisyn Camerota when he made the claim that more viewers were interested in watching cartoons than they were in watching CNN.

“The amount of time that you spend in desperation on a topic that has plummeted you to 13th place in viewership ranking across America, I mean, more people watch Nick At Night cartoons than CNN.”

Camerota’s response was that CNN was, “Doing just fine.”

Gorka also brought up the point that CNN was in a downward ratings spiral, to Anderson Cooper.

In another exchange, Gorka explained to MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle that the Trump administration was crushing achieving the objectives that it had set out to achieve.

“…You’ve seen that leadership, from the Southern border, to NATO, to Warsaw, to the economy, to the stock market. We’re crushing it and he can do that from anywhere.”

Ruhle interrupted her guest, seemingly confused about the meaning of the phrase “crushing.”

“Alright, well, the White House doesn’t ‘crush’ a stock market but I do appreciate your time…”

However, Gorka shot right back,

“That’s a phrase. It’s a common phrase. It means winning.”

Visibly irritated, Ruhle then responded with a snarky ‘thank you’ to Dr. Gorka for helping her with the meaning of a common phrase.

Sean Hannity was loving the exchanges, calling them “Gorka beat downs,” and then asked his guest why he had decided to take the fight to the Drive By Media.

Gorka explained that, sooner or later, somebody has to push back against the media, and stated that networks like CNN and MSNBC, who were once trusted with the American people, are now having a crisis of credibility.

Gorka reasoned that the media was having a psychological issue in which they are unable to accept the fact that the American people elected Donald Trump, and as a result, have left objective journalism in the dust and are peddling fake news in order to get the ratings needed to make a quick buck.

You can watch the Gorka beat downs as well as the Hannity interview with Dr. Gorka below:

 

 

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