“Trump is inciting violence against the media.”

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The “Russia hacked the election” narrative is dead. It was obvious to intelligent people that the whole thing was a hoax, as soon as the media started promoting it. People of average intelligence, started figuring it out in the months that followed, as they failed miserably to produce even a single shred of evidence to back up their claims. Stupid people have finally started seeing through their lies, after the crusading undercover Journalism conducted by Project Veritas, revealed CNN figures admitting on camera that the whole thing was complete crap (videos posted below)…

… and now the only people that remain, that still actually buy into this ridiculous narrative, are the stupidest and most uninformed, drooling imbeciles imaginable. Anyone with any sense, can see this story for the obvious lie that it is.

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So what’s the media to do then? They have exposed themselves as liars and charlatans of the highest order, and their credibility is at an all time low. If they had any sense of self-awareness, they would realise that they’re entirely responsible for causing this themselves, and would be taking steps to win back the trust of the ordinary people. So of course, they do the exact opposite instead, and try to find a new ridiculous scandal to talk about in relation to Trump, one which they can run with in place of the now debunked Russian hoax, and boy, it is a stupid one. They’re now making the claim, that Trump is inciting violence against journalists.

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So here’s what has happened. Trump has regularly done business with the WWE over the years, and even was involved in a storyline 10 years ago that culminated at that year’s Wrestlemania… their biggest show of the year. As part of the storyline, he got into a (very fake looking) physical altercation with fellow Billionaire, and WWE owner, Vince McMahon.

So people online, having observed Trump’s ongoing war with the fake news mainstream media (of which CNN is probably the most shameless organisation of all), decided to have a bit of fun with this clip, by editing it so that CNN’s logo covered Vince McMahon’s head. Trump then retweeted this edited video.

So the sensible reaction to this would be to laugh it off and take it in good humour as the obvious joke that it is. Instead figures in the media have been acting hysterical, about how this was “disgraceful”, and that by retweeting this video of himself beating up the CNN logo, that Trump is attempting to encourage his supporters to engage in violence against journalists, simply for having the audacity to “keep him in check” and to “ask him the hard questions”. Even though in reality, they’ve already been exposed as liars and that’s the real reason he has a problem with them.

Just look at this video for example…

The CNN talking head is practically foaming at the mouth and on the verge of breaking down in tears at the “scary” and “dangerous” video that he retweeted. It’s absolutely incredible just how personally they’re taking this. He then shows a statement from the news organisation itself, in which they decry how he isn’t using his time to do his job (as if the two minutes or so it took to retweet the video had really made a difference to the amount of work he’s doing), and they condemned him for “inciting violence against reporters”.

I think it’s very hypocritical on their part to accuse him of inciting violence for doing this. Lets really look at this situation fairly.  Just before Trump’s inauguration as president, CNN ran a piece in which they fantasised about Trump and Pence getting assassinated, because due to the way American law works, Obama would have been able to appoint someone to the role in their place. They even made a point of specifically mentioning that this only applied up until that Friday at noon, as if to hint to any potential lunatics watching “If you want to stop him, make sure you do it before then”.

This isn’t an incitement of violence. It’s just journalism.

How about the fact that there was a version of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” play, in which an actor portraying Trump is stabbed to death? not only did CNN defend the play, but their parent company, Time Warner, actually sponsored it.

This isn’t an incitement of violence. It’s just a play.

How about when (former) CNN regular, Kathy Griffin put out a video of herself holding what looked like Trump’s decapitated, bloody head? Yes, she was fired by CNN, but only after the backlash she received for doing so. The firing only took place after the backlash, so there’s no evidence to suggest that they would have done so, if there hadn’t been such an uproar.

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This isn’t an incitement to violence. It’s art.

And then how about the time when some lunatic tried to run on stage during a speech Trump was giving, in an attempt to attack him? CNN gave the guy a platform to speak, and treated him as if he was just a political activist, exercising his right to protest.

This isn’t an incitement of violence. It’s just encouraging young people to get active in politics.

So lets summarise here:

  • CNN subtly hints that Trump needs to be assassinated before his inaugeration, in order to prevent another Republican from succeeding him. Not inciting violence against Trump.
  • CNN’s parent company sponsors a play, in which Trump is assassinated. Not inciting violence against Trump.
  • CNN regular Kathy Griffin posts an image of herself holding a representation of Trump’s decapitated head. Not inciting violence against Trump.
  • CNN gives a platform to a lunatic who tried to attack Trump, and treats him like a hero in the process. Not inciting violence against Trump.
  • Trump posts a video, in which he is seen beating up the CNN logo (not any specific person, just the logo itself). “OMG HE’S INCITING VIOLENCE AGAINST JOURNALISTS!!! THIS IS OUTRAGEOUS!!!”

Surely I’m not the only one who can see how stupid this whole narrative looks. I think it may actually be even worse than the Russia one. At least that one was complicated enough, that I can actually understand how people might have fallen for it. This though is just completely stupid. The hypocrisy on display is completely self evident. I really think CNN are on the verge of a complete meltdown at this point. They’re just lashing out blindly, trying to see what sticks in their war with Trump. There’s no logic, no planning behind any of it. it’s just hysteria at this point. Long may they continue to humiliate themselves. They deserve nothing less than complete contempt.

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