It was not until 2004 when Matt Drudge ended the career of Dan Rather for reporting on falsified documents about George W Bush going AWOL that the tables began to turn on the hypocrites and liars in the Mainstream Media.
The Democrats / Media and Left are painted in to a corner and will have to call their opponents racists and stage Riots/Protests for the Camera Eye because that is all they have left.
See this picture of Jeff Sessions 2009 award from the NAACP for race relations – and then juxtapose that with the current effort to derail has nomination as Attorney General as the democrats are savaging a colleague from the floor.
This is the concept of Trump Derangement Syndrome. The game is all about “Getting Trump” – the democrats are on tilt and have to press home an attack somewhere just because they have deluded themselves in to believing “winning” something is the way to the promised land.
And here another batch from the Daily Caller – with links and sourcing of course.
5. EXTRAORDINARY Lies of Omission About Foreign-Born Threats to America
In their push for a narrative, Fake News oftentimes comes from what the media intentionally fails to report. The lack of context is purposeful in pursuit of their destroy-Trump agenda. Here is what you are not being told about the very real threat of foreign-born terrorists:
By reporting non-news as news, the AP’s obvious goal is to mislead readers into believing this man is committing vote fraud. Many people are registered in more than one state. I myself am registered in Wisconsin, California, and North Carolina. We are a transient country. Millions have lived and voted and registered in more than one state. This is a non-story.
Imagine if the AP was this concerned about actual illegal voting.
8. Media Lies About Trump’s Refugee Pause Based On His Business Interests
From NPR, to Fortune magazine, to Reuters, to Vox… The lie that Trump’s refugee pause is based on countries his company does not do business with went viral for a full day.
Even the left-wing Washington Post got on board.
As we now know, the seven countries chosen by Trump came from a list the Obama Administration put together, a list of countries riddled with terror and lacking in the infrastructure necessary to adequately vet immigrants and refugees.
In their zeal to attack Trump, time and again the media revealed its own Islamophobia by spreading the debunked lie that such actions create more terrorists. Over and over and over again, the media coordinated a narrative that claimed Muslims become terrorists when they do not get their way.
If that’s not outright bigotry, if that’s not looking at a group of people as scary others, what is?
11. The Lie That Mike Flynn’s Son Called the Refugee Pause a ‘Muslim Ban’
Based only on a Tweet that included the tag #MuslimBan, Politico’s Blake Hounshell and CNN’s Jake Tapper spread the lie that this somehow meant Mike Flynn Jr., son of Trump’s National Security Advisor, had declared Trump’s refugee pause a “Muslim Ban.”
Using a tag to get into a top Twitter conversation means absolutely nothing. Everyone knows this, but Tapper and Hounshell still spread what they knew could be a lie.
The Washington Post’s Josh Rogin spread the flat-out lie that there was a “mass exodus of senior Foreign Service officers” at the State Department. All of it due to Trump.
Maggie Haberman, who shares the dual-honor of being biased and not very bright, had her Fake News immediately corrected by Twitter users, none of whom enjoy the enormous resources of the leftwing New York Times.
14. Media Falsely Claims Obama Did Not Discriminate Against Christian Refugees
By cherry-picking one year, 2016, and being hyper-literal about Trump’s statement that it was “impossible” for Christian refugees to gain entry into America under Obama, the media spread the Fake News that Christians were not discriminated against by Obama.
Here is the truth:
But the numbers tell a different story: The United States has accepted 10,801 Syrian refugees, of whom 56 are Christian. Not 56 percent; 56 total, out of 10,801. That is to say, one-half of 1 percent.
The BBC says that 10 percent of all Syrians are Christian, which would mean 2.2 million Christians. It is quite obvious, and President Barack Obama and Secretary John Kerry have acknowledged it, that Middle Eastern Christians are an especially persecuted group.
So how is it that one-half of 1 percent of the Syrian refugees we’ve admitted are Christian, or 56, instead of about 1,000 out of 10,801—or far more, given that they certainly meet the legal definition?