Thursday, August 8, 2019

If It Doesn’t Fit We Must Omit

As Byron York asks “Has anyone actually read the El Paso manifesto?”

Answer: Irrelevant. If anyone in the MSM has read Crusius’ manifesto they certainly are not reporting on the murderer’s rant which he titled “An Inconvenient Truth” because it contains well, far too many inconvenient truths. Beginning with the fact that his inspiration was Christchurch, New Zealand murderer Brenton Tarrant, not President Trump.

Nothing else should surprise anyone anymore but Aaron Klein at Breitbart lays out the incohesive ramblings of the sick and not-so-bright mind of Patrick Crusius in “Nine Themes in El Paso Shooter’s Manifesto the Media Ignored to Blame Trump” that the MSM doesn’t want you to know about. Because the mantra of the Arch-villains of Propaganda is “if it doesn’t fit we must omit.”

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Imagine the day when the entire country wakes up to the realization that it isn’t President Trump who is “perpetrating racism, hate and division” but rather the “esteemed” Fourth Estate. People really don’t like being lied to, especially by paid propagandists who discard the truth as casually as they do yesterday’s newspaper.

Propagandists have always accused their enemies of doing precisely what they are doing themselves. So turnabout being fair play and all, let those who feel compelled to blame the President’s “rhetoric” for mass murders stand hereby accused of said atrocities themselves as a result of their own rhetoric.

And I ask you, who are the real Nazis here? Us, or the Goebbel-esque media committed to the propagandists’ credo “repeat a lie often enough and it becomes the truth?”

Beware the Fourth Estate when they are no longer satisfied (or qualified) to win the day through the power of reason communicated via the written word. At that point they choose to be the sword.

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