Fake News Ups Their Game By Making Up Fake Trump Quotes

I have always been a believer that if you don’t want to be accused of doing something bad, don’t do that bad thing in the first place.  This would be a great lesson for the corrupt liberal media.  If you don’t want to be called “fake news,” stop making crap up.  Instead, their approach is to spit out false information and either ignore it when it is proven to be a lie or wait until the story has died and print an “update” that nobody will notice.  All the while they cry that questioning their fake stories is somehow an assault on the First Amendment.  In the past week alone they have now evolved to just making up things that they falsely claim President Trump said.


First case is the Failing New York Times, as pointed out by The Gateway Pundit.  In one of their displays of creative writing that they pretend to be news, the Failing New York Times claimed that at CPAC President Trump said “also included a promise to throw undocumented immigrants ‘the hell out of the country’ and a recitation of his law-and-order campaign promises.”  There are a few problems.  First, Trump never even used the word “undocumented” in the entire speech.  The President DID use the line about throwing people the “hell out of the country.”  What he said was “As we speak today, immigration offers [officers] are finding the gang members, AP_elian_gonzales_raid_01_jef_150421_4x3_992.jpgthe drug dealers and the criminal aliens and throwing them the hell out of our country.”  This is an example of the media intentionally lying as part of their corrupt narrative to frighten people.  Nobody in their right mind opposes getting rid of gang members, drug dealers and other criminals.  The FNYT wants to push a false narrative of children swept up in the middle of the night at gun point, sort of how Clinton had armed agents raided Elian Gonzales house.

Next up in the hit parade of lying scum bags is April Ryan with  American Urban Radio Networks.  This biased and dishonest buffoon asked Sean Spicer in a press conference about “when he was candidate Trump, he said things like, you know, ‘We made this country,’ meaning white America, not necessarily black.”   When confronted that this Trump never made claims like this she arrogantly said “No, no, no. He said that. I heard him say that” and that he should “Look it up and you will find it.”  Of course people looked, and found that she is either lying, stupid, or both.  She later tweeted a video where Trump as a candidate said “We are law-abiding people. We are people that work very hard. We are people that built this country and made this country great. And we’re all together. And we want to get along with everybody.”  Unwilling to back down in her lie, she further threw away what little integrity she had left by claiming that this speech was made in front of a “a predominantly white crowd” thus meaning he meant it for white people.  So basically, he never said anything like what she claims, but she feels that the fact that in her mind she created a fantasy counts.  Meanwhile, there has been no media commentary about this shameless and pathetic pandering to make up racism where none exists.

When in doubt, make up the news.  When questioned, claim your are being attacked and that this risks the First Amendment.  Show no decency or integrity.  That is the modern media.  They make a crappy blog look respectable.











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