I might have guessed. Despite being no pro-Trumper in the lead up to the election, Sinclair Davidson can't seem to stop himself getting a vicarious thrill whenever a politician (or at least one vaguely on the Right) behaves belligerently to the media or a political opponent. Remember - he was one of the very, very few people in the land who thought Bronwyn Bishop's aggro, hopelessly partisan time as Speaker was actually praiseworthy.
Psychoanalysis via blog posts may not be a reliable exercise, but I continually get the feeling that SD is frustrated that he personally doesn't get the chance to be as rude to people to their face as he would like to be. Or a frustrated wannabe tough cop (or soldier) on a loose leash to clean up a bad part of town - that kind of thing.
The title of his post on Trump and CNN is particularly confusing: CNN has been caught out.
"Caught out" doing what, exactly? Correctly reporting that briefings about serious claims about Trump being compromised by the Russians - or his team co-operating with them for election intel - had been made?
I think the theory that Trump didn't even realise the distinction between what CNN reported, and what Buzzfeed did, has plausibility.