Mainstream Media Fabricate Trump Quote

By | March 16, 2021 | 0 Comments

In January the Washington Post reported Trump told an official in Georgia Secretary of State’s office, Frances Watson, to “find the fraud” in the 2020 election result, and that she would be a “national hero” if she succeeded.

But a recording of the Dec. 23 call released last week by the Wall Street Journal tells a different story. Trump said Watson would be “praised” when the “right answer comes out.” He encouraged her to review mail-in ballots in the Democratic stronghold of Fulton County.

In short the Washington Post, and media that quoted it widely, implied that Trump urged the election official to find fraud that wasn’t there and swing the vote to him. But in fact, Trump actually asked that the “right answer” come out. This is sloppy journalism at best, and political propaganda at worst.

If the most prestigious of the mainstream media fabricate important news reports, what can we believe? Do these idiots not understand that if large numbers of the public mistrust anything they hear, the political stability of the nation is impaired – and perhaps the physical stability as well. Trust takes years to build but only minutes to destroy, in both personal and political life. Those who work hard to destroy it will have much to answer for.

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