When it comes to President Trump, the Deep State media exploits its audience by guiding them towards anti-Trump rhetoric.
They manipulate and lie both by omission and outright falsehood to achieve their goal.
Another great example occurred last week when President Trump made a comment the media conveniently ignored.
The last time there was this much civil unrest in America was in 1968 after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr.
And not only are we dealing with the mass casualties from Covid-19, but riots and looting have plagued the streets over the tragic death of Minnesota native, George Floyd.
Amid the protests, a bunch of opportunists have been using the chaos to enact their own personal agenda.
In the meantime, President Trump called for the civil unrest to stop, writing on Twitter, “when the looting starts, the shooting starts,” which Twitter audaciously labeled as “glorifying violence.”
Another example was how the media portrayed President Trump’s comments during a press conference in the White House Rose Garden last week:
“Hopefully, George is looking down right now and saying, ‘This is a great day that’s happening for our country.’ It’s a great day for him. It’s a great day for everybody. This is a great day for everybody. This is a great day in terms of equality. It’s really what our Constitution requires and it’s what our country is all about,” Trump said.
But all the liberal media outlets focused on two specific words – “great day” – and warped the narrative that Floyd couldn’t possibly have a “great day” because he was dead.
But George Floyd’s daughter walked around Minneapolis literally on the shoulders of retired NBA player Stephen Jackson – a personal friend of Floyd’s – saying, “Daddy changed the world.”
What’s the difference between the two?
The media left out what Trump said directly before his “great day” comments:
“Equal justice under the law must mean that every American receives equal treatment in every encounter with law enforcement regardless of race, color, gender, or creed. They have to receive fair treatment from law enforcement. They have to receive it. We all saw what happened last week. We can’t let that happen.”
This is exactly the “unity” the liberal media accuses Trump of not voicing – yet here he says it right on camera.
Instead, CNN analyst Jake Tapper tweeted his 2.5 million followers with, “A ‘great day’ for George Floyd, the president says.”
Politico health care reporter Adam Cancryn shared a deceptively edited clip and said, “Trump imagining George Floyd’s reaction to the jobs numbers.”
Countless other reporters put their own spin without providing the entire context either.
It was just another example of the deep state media machine manipulating Americans to hate President Trump.