Covfefe. It is a word that Donald Trump made up to describe what news reporting in this country has become.
See, it used to be when the cameras started rolling, or when the press reporters started tickling the Royal keys, that they would deliver news stories containing facts. Sure, sometimes they’d get a fact wrong. Sometimes, an element of personal bias would creep in. We’re human, we make mistakes.
But those days are long gone. Now, when someone on a so-called news broadcast opens their mouth, the facts may or may not be correct. You really don’t know anymore. And the element of bias? That is guaranteed.
Schools and universities have utterly failed in the solemn responsibility to teach students how to think critically. No one is teaching people how to separate what they feel from what is objective reality. It has all become one giant conflated mess.
One giant conflated mess of coverage and feelings. Coverage and feefees. Covfefe.
Trump never said the word, he just tweeted it. No one figured it out before this because the snotty pseudo-intellectuals were seeing it and making up the pronunciation in their heads based on their understanding of second-year French. So all these idiot pundits saw the word and said in their heads “covfayfay.” Or some pseudo Spanish “covfehfee” (like Pepe). I think he deliberately used -fefe to throw people off so that they wouldn’t get it so easily. He does like to feel that he’s smarter than everyone.