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02/18/2019 / By Ethan Huff
How many more completely made-up tales about Trump supporters harassing, assaulting, and lynching Native American activists, Leftist female professors, and gay black actors is it going to take before American patriots finally declare a national emergency conversation about the relentless spread of fake news, and how it’s only furthering the wedge of division in our nation?
The latest fake news hoax perpetrated by “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett proves, once again, that the “resistance” is willing to say or do pretty much anything to trash Trump supporters and stir the pot of anti-white racism. Even though many gays, blacks, and women support President Donald Trump, the fake news media continues to hammer the idea that Trump supporters are just pointy hat-wearing members of the Ku Klux Klan – and, sadly, many brainless Leftists believe such drivel, even after it’s been proven false again and again.
In the case of the Jussie Smollett hoax, CNN and many other fake news outlets ran with the ridiculous narrative that Smollett was attacked and “lynched” by white, MAGA hat-wearing racists in the streets of deep-blue Chicago, who shouted at him that “this is MAGA country.” With no evidence whatsoever to back his story, which contained many contradictory details, Smollett was quickly painted as a victim of “racism,” as the mainstream media declared him to be some kind of hero.
“Is it too much to ask CNN to bring an ounce of critical evidence to claims – especially on highly socially divisive topics such as a heinous hate crime – instead of closing their eyes and parroting whatever is the story line du jour merely because of politically convenient narratives?” commented Zero Hedge in an article about the hoax.
“How many embarrassing retractions, walk-backs, corrections, and deleted articles will it take?”
As is now abundantly clear, Smollett was not randomly attacked by white, MAGA hat-wearing racists, but rather by two black Nigerians that he appears to have hired as part of the staged hoax. But the mainstream media is nowhere to be found in correcting the record – and is actually doubling down, in many cases, on this utterly ridiculous fake news story.
Conservative personality Mark Dice put together a hilarious video montage illustrating how the whole thing was scripted from the start. Be sure to watch the clip in its entirety, as it clearly illustrates how fake news outlets collude with one another to spew the same phrases and buzzwords in order to make their fake news talking points and headlines seem credible.
“It appears that Jussie Smollett tried to manufacture a hate crime to make Trump supporters look bad and most of the media not only uncritically accepted his lies as facts for weeks, but attacked those who questioned the validity of his false story,” tweeted Donald Trump Jr. about the fake news hoax.
“I wonder why CNN keeps forgetting the Trump Supporters part?” Trump Jr. joked in another tweet about how the fake news media’s narrative changed ever-so-slightly after it was revealed that the whole thing was a staged hoax.
Instead of retracting all of their fake news stories about Jussie Smollett, in other words, the fake news media simply tweaked them in a lame attempt to pull the wool over the eyes of gullible fake news consumers.
“They REALLY LOVED that part when the story first broke!!!” Trump Jr. added.
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