Interesting trick. I'm not sure it's going to work. Let me say, the alt-right has done an absolutely wonderful job of smearing the real media. As imperfect as it always was, what we used to have was the legit media...and everybody else, much of which consisted of crazies printing wacko broadsheets in their basements. At least we used to have a pretty broad consensus on what were facts. And now, thanks to alt-right websites and right-wing television and radio stations, we don't. Here's the problem with their plan. They're hoping to play off of distrust of the media. But which media do you distrust? Do you recall that line from "1776"? "You should know that a rebellion in the first person is always legal, such as our rebellion. It is only in the third person, their rebellion, that is illegal." The same may be said for media. If you're conservative, you distrust the Washington Post, the New York Times and CNN. If you're liberal, you distrust Breitbart, the Daily Caller and Fox. So who is their "running against the media" strategy going to work on? Their base? Surely. And that'll work in the primaries. But what about the general election? We may have some pretty manipulative right-wing media, but they still haven't reached the level of Goebbels' Ministry of Propaganda or "1984"'s newspeak. I don't know if this is going to work on the general population. And before you point out that it worked well enough to elect Donald Trump, let me argue that it's not working that well anymore. Trump, Sean Spicer and KellyAnne Conway are laughing stocks. And the fact that conservatives are considering this is actually a sign of desperation. If Trump were doing as wonderfully as...well, as he thinks...why would they need to do this?