All of a sudden, the media are worried about partisanship in government

The Obama administration used the IRS to violate the constitutional rights of political opponents and most of the media and other Democrats didn't care.

The Obama administration used government agencies to illegally spy on thousands of Americans, and most of the media and other Democrats didn't care.

The Obama administration used the corrupt Justice Department to protect Hillary and take out Trump, and most of the media and other Democrats not only didn't care, but participated.

The Obama administration had slush funds at the EPA, CFPB, and Justice Department, which were used for political purposes and to give kickbacks to political supporters, and Obama was supported throughout, with most of the media covering up the corruption and calling the Obama/Biden years scandal-free.

But a signature on checks and a letter from Trump, and that is the most political thing they have ever seen.

The dishonesty by the media as they seek to take out Trump and elect the clearly incompetent Biden is endless, dangerous, and worthless.

From USA Today:

My Fellow American': Donald Trump letter to stimulus check recipients raises objections

Americans who received a stimulus check from the federal government also are getting something else in the mail: a letter from President Donald Trump.

A one-page letter from Trump started arriving over the weekend in the mailboxes of millions of Americans who received stimulus payments of up to $1,200 under a new law designed to help the economy recover from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.

"Your Economic Impact Payment Has Arrived," says the letter's boldface heading. The letter, written on White House stationery, opens with the salutation, "My Fellow American." (snip)

A former taxpayer advocate at the Internal Revenue Service called the letter "unbelievable" and said it makes the agency "look like it is the handmaiden of one administration and one party."

"This will harm the IRS and its ability to appear nonpolitical and nonpartisan," said Nina Olson, executive director of the Center for Taxpayer Rights. "If I were there, I would be strongly advocating against this."

The Obama administration used the IRS to violate the constitutional rights of political opponents and most of the media and other Democrats didn't care.

The Obama administration used government agencies to illegally spy on thousands of Americans, and most of the media and other Democrats didn't care.

The Obama administration used the corrupt Justice Department to protect Hillary and take out Trump, and most of the media and other Democrats not only didn't care, but participated.

The Obama administration had slush funds at the EPA, CFPB, and Justice Department, which were used for political purposes and to give kickbacks to political supporters, and Obama was supported throughout, with most of the media covering up the corruption and calling the Obama/Biden years scandal-free.

But a signature on checks and a letter from Trump, and that is the most political thing they have ever seen.

The dishonesty by the media as they seek to take out Trump and elect the clearly incompetent Biden is endless, dangerous, and worthless.

From USA Today:

My Fellow American': Donald Trump letter to stimulus check recipients raises objections

Americans who received a stimulus check from the federal government also are getting something else in the mail: a letter from President Donald Trump.

A one-page letter from Trump started arriving over the weekend in the mailboxes of millions of Americans who received stimulus payments of up to $1,200 under a new law designed to help the economy recover from the fallout of the coronavirus pandemic.

"Your Economic Impact Payment Has Arrived," says the letter's boldface heading. The letter, written on White House stationery, opens with the salutation, "My Fellow American." (snip)

A former taxpayer advocate at the Internal Revenue Service called the letter "unbelievable" and said it makes the agency "look like it is the handmaiden of one administration and one party."

"This will harm the IRS and its ability to appear nonpolitical and nonpartisan," said Nina Olson, executive director of the Center for Taxpayer Rights. "If I were there, I would be strongly advocating against this."