In response to President Donald Trump’s rally Tuesday evening in Phoenix, where he paraded a litany of truth bombs about the deceptive media, the same deceptive media of whom he spoke went hysterical (AGAIN), with one particularly droll fool accusing the president of wanting to ignite a civil war.
“He has given oxygen to racists,” lied CNN hack Don Lemon, according to the Washington Free Beacon. “He hasn’t really said anything [to] denounce the alt-right … He is clearly trying to ignite a civil war in this country. He has not tamped down race.”
That’s a remarkable statement considering that the only ones promoting political violence are in fact those in the media.
From championing Antifa’s cause, which includes ridding the nation of all conservatives, libertarians and classical liberals, to penning a glowing defense of the black hooligans who harassed and assaulted white Trump supporters at Howard University over the weekend, the media have made it clear they support political violence against the president and his supporters.
This raises an important question, as asked by National Review contributor Ben Shapiro:
[W]hat’s scarier: a thousand pasty and pathetic would-be tough guys marching around in the middle of the night shouting, “Jews will not replace us,” then weeping openly when arrest warrants are issued for violence, or the mainstream Left embracing violence in the streets? Some college-age dweeb goose-stepping around with a flag created 50 years before his birth, or somebody punching that guy, to the cheers of the media?
The latter scenarios by far.
But here’s another question: What’s scarier — a single man, our president, criticizing the deceitful press, or the conglomerate known as the liberal media establishment normalizing political violence against conservatives, advocating for the censorship of conservative ideas and denigrating all of the president’s supporters as racists, bigots, Islamophobes, homophobes, white supremacists, Nazis, you name it?
Again I find the latter scenarios far more frightening. And I believe New York University professor Michael Rectenwald would as well.
To see why, read the following post he published to Facebook this week regarding what he described as the “pernicious ideology” of “academia, the mass media, social media and sectors of corporate America”:
Dovetailing back to Trump’s rally, this morning Axios co-founder Mike Allen warned that if the president continues to criticize the press, “some journalist could get beaten, or worse.”
Yet when I tried searching Google for information on these attacks, I found nothing from The New York Times, The Washington Post, ABC, CBS, NBC, etc.
It’s as if the attacks never even happened.
Look, no matter what the media or Democrat politicians claim, Trump is neither a racist, a white supremacist, a Nazi, a dictator in making nor a monster. He’s just a loudmouth New Yorker who managed to become our president by being blunt and honest.
The media, on the other hand, from stipulating that Trump not say this or that, to engaging in hysterics every time he disobeys their demands, covering up the truth when it contradicts their narrative and purposefully brainwashing liberal Americans into believing lie after lie after lie after lie, really are monsters.
They’re monsters who hide underneath our beds, itching for the opportunity to creep out of their gloomy bunkers and poison the hearts, minds and souls of anyone still willing to listening to their lies.