President Trump has set out to slash taxes, build big beautiful walls, and put the dreaded Obamacare to bed permanently. Predictably, the liberal-loving media is doing everything they can to stop him, honest or otherwise. Usually otherwise.
Take this little kerfuffle for example. A Washington Post writer tweeted a picture of empty seats at a Trump rally. The only problem? The picture’s about as authentic as Pamela Anderson’s mammary cannons.
Trump himself took notice and demanded an apology:
.@DaveWeigel @WashingtonPost put out a phony photo of an empty arena hours before I arrived @ the venue, w/ thousands of people outside, on their way in. Real photos now shown as I spoke. Packed house, many people unable to get in. Demand apology & retraction from FAKE NEWS WaPo! pic.twitter.com/XAblFGh1ob
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 9, 2017
The best part? Trump got the apology:
— Dave Weigel (@daveweigel) December 9, 2017
Bet you weren’t expecting that. It must have been very hard for Weigel to prostrate himself before the Donald.
Typical of a leftist lemming, Dave Weigel saw an opportunity to push anti-Trump rhetoric, became giddy like a schoolgirl, and ran with it. No second thoughts. No verification. Now, he’s stuck looking like an amateur dunce and Trump’s doing a victory dance. See: Watch: MSNBC Accidentally Airs Epic Roy Moore Endorsement
Blatant lies like this are why nobody believes the media. Members of the leftist cult, like Forrest Gump, claim fake news is a made-up right-wing conpiracy. But, like this debacle over butts in seats shows, fake news is very much alive. See: FAKE NEWS: CNN Reports Bombshell Exclusive In Russia Probe — Entire Story Distorted —…
Leftists feel they’re accomplishing something by pushing these lies. They think if they cross their fingers, wish on a star, and repeat these lies enough, they’ll become reality. But, the only reality they’re making possible? A Trump landslide in 2020.
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