Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Fake news orgy with Trump's Japan visit

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The mainstream media got caught peddling news that is clearly fake. Two days ago during his trip to Japan President Donald J. Trump made a comment in jest about the need for Japanese automakers to build more cars in the United States. They already do and they have been for years. But that didn't stop the fake news media, taking the lead of CNN, from squealing that Trump is a crude bumpkin who doesn't know what he's talking about.

On the same day the president, alongside the Japanese prime minister, Shinz┼Ź Abe, fed koi fish in a ceremony. The Guardian, a British leftist paper, mocked Trump as boor for callously pouring a whole box of food for the beautiful fish while the prime minister fed them more gingerly. CNN piled on.

It turns out that Trump fed the fish in the same manner as Abe did. Yes, the PM also poured in the whole box.

The anti-Trump media sees one purpose when it reports on the president: Find a way to make him look bad.

This is not reporting. This is propaganda.



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