Yep they are all out to get him. So much so that Chairman of his foreign policy advisory committee gets to issue a press release posing as an "opinion column" at USA Today. http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/opinion/sen-sessions-this-piling-on-must-stop/ar-BBvubmU?li=BBnb7Kz Sen. Sessions: This piling on must stop Within minutes, Donald Trump’s comments in North Carolina on Tuesday were deliberately twisted by the Clinton campaign. It rushed out a statement that Trump had called for violence against Hillary Clinton. This totally misconstrued his remarks. Yet, much of the news media breathlessly ran with the story, advancing the Clinton narrative designed to hurt Trump. The famed Clinton spin machine twisted the serious issue Trump was addressing — the real threat to our Second Amendment rights — and media outlets became the dissemination arm of the Clinton campaign. In his remarks, Donald Trump accurately explained that if Hillary Clinton were president, her Supreme Court nominee would reverse the critical 5-4 Heller case, and it would mean, against all history and logic, that any city or state in America could completely ban firearms. Voters are sick and tired of being pounded with biased information in order to negatively influence an election that is one of the most important in our lifetime. They want someone who hears their concerns and has the strength to make their lives and America better. Even when Secretary Clinton was in the midst of her worst week — as it was revealed by FBI Director James Comey that she mishandled classified information, and later when the Taliban-supporting father of the Orlando mass killer sat behind her in her recent Orlando speech — the media were still strangely fixated on Mr. Trump instead of fairly covering Clinton’s damaging actions. This piling on must stop. As the election heads into the fall and becomes a sprint to the finish, the media must provide the best and most fair coverage of both candidates. There can be no doubt that the Clinton machine, using its media allies, would like to knock out Trump early. But it has failed. Trump is running even in key states, ahead of Mitt Romney’s totals. Once the campaign turns to the issues, Trump’s superior policies on national security, trade, wages, the economy and immigration will see him move to victory. Struggling Americans want someone on their side for a change, not another master of spin.