Wednesday, June 6, 2018

Fake News never errs in favor of POTUS

Certainly Not News network (CNN) political propagandist April Ryan had to backtrack her story which claimed President Trump was "heckled and booed" at a White House event Tuesday after it was revealed that the heckling was actually directed at a protester in the crowd.

It's really amazing how the leftist news media never errs on the side of Trump, and certainly never errs on the side of cautious researching of the misinformed garbage they put out into the ether.

Sadly, the few dozen people who actually follow CNN will have seen Ryan's original claim, but most will not see the retraction, which is what CNN and their fellow leftist media outlets hope for.

The event in question was originally slated to be the celebration for the Super Bowl winners, Philadelphia Eagles. Unfortunately, Trump rescinded the invitation, which I believe was a mistake. He accused the team of disagreeing "with their president because he insists that they proudly stand for the National Anthem, hand to heart, in honor of the great men and women of our military and the people of our country," but the truth is, the Eagles did stand for the Anthem.  And the Anthem stands for our rights to disagree with our president.

Trump is wrong on this one, folks.

Ryan's tweet:
Breaking: Reporters on the South Lawn have confirmed the @realDonaldTrump was heckled and booed when he came out to celebrate America.

Ryan tweeted the above after it was confirmed by reporters that Trump was "heckled and booed" but since he actually wasn't, she deleted the tweet but not before people on Twitter called her out for it.

She walked back her comments admitting "The booes [sic] were for the heckler."

She blamed the "reporters on the south lawn" for misreporting the events.

But they never get it wrong to the benefit of Trump, nor did they get it wrong in the past, to the detriment of Obama.

And they wonder why people don't trust the media.

No comments:

Post a Comment

'Elizabeth "Spouting Bull' Warren's policies total over $3.7 googols

Jackson, Mississippi -- Sen.  Elizabeth Warren  (D-MA) promoted a few of her signature proposals at a town hall event Monday night -- w...