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It's Only Monday and Trump Haters Are Already Having a Horrible Week

President Trump and his supporters have been feeling pretty good ever since Robert Mueller served up a hot nothingburger of a report on a Friday night during the first weekend of March Madness.

Who knew that the beginning of the week would be even better.

First came the news that one-time mainstream media darling and all-around slimeball Michael Avenatti was being charged with fraud and extortion. As always, Avenatti's big mouth (or Twitter timeline) and the fact that the MSM spent a year retweeting him made it all the more delightful:

The media, predictably, suddenly forgot how much it loved the creepy porn lawyer. CNN's Twitter feed, which at one time rarely went more than five minutes without tweeting about Avenatti, seemed to have gotten a mild case of amnesia.

Most of the MSM spent the day bizarrely and pathetically speculating about what Mueller's full report might contain, as if they're going to find some sort of double-secret impeachment code.

Mueller, another longtime MSM obsession, is now being turned on by those who have been politically canonizing him for two years:

Biased "journalists" throughout the land had barely had enough time to finish rending their garments when Monday evening brought even more sad news:

From The Hill:

The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Monday announced that it is siding with a district court ruling that found the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional.

The move is an escalation of the Trump administration's legal battle against the health care law.

The DOJ previously argued in court that the law's pre-existing condition protections should be struck down. Now, the administration argues the entire law should be invalidated.

As this is being written, there are a few hours left in the day and I'm not completely ruling out the possibility that even more good news might show up out of the ether.

Trump faithful, sick of two years of relentless smears from the MSM and the Resistance types, are quite thrilled tonight:

Rather than wound-licking and re-thinking poor choices, the media is doubling down on being thoroughly awful:

These various meltdowns and the continued derangement over a lost election aren't going to help them finally win again, but they don't seem to grasp that one bit. Two years of toddler-esque tantrums haven't made them more rational, after all.

The greatest amount of schadenfreude here comes from knowing that no one is working as hard to defeat the liberals and make them look bad as the liberals themselves these days.

Tuesday is going to be fun.