Anyone can make a mistake. However, when all of the mistakes go the same way, you begin to wonder. Somehow during the past five years, when the mainstream media made a mistake, the mistake always portrayed President Trump is a bad light. On Saturday, Trending Politics posted an article detailing some of the erroneous reporting in recent years. No one expects an apology, but it would be nice if some of the falsehoods were corrected.
The list of misreported stories includes:
Trump ordered his administration to forcibly clear Lafayette Park for a ‘photo op’ at St. John’s Church.
COVID-19 lab-leak was just a wild Trump conspiracy.
Trump didn’t do anything about ‘Russian bounties’ on U.S. troops in Afghanistan.
Trump told Georgia election officials to ‘find evidence of fraud.’
Trump never said there were “fine people” on both sides at a deadly protest in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017 in involving Antifa types and white supremacists/neo-Nazis;
He never called illegal immigrants “animals”;
He didn’t “flat-out lie” when he said Obama ‘wiretapped’ his 2016 campaign — Obama did do that or, at least, his administration did;
One of the very first media lies — Trump ‘removed a bust of Martin Luther King’ from the Oval Office — was, at least, quickly debunked.
Please follow the link to the article to read the details. The media worked very hard to paint a totally false picture of our 45th President. Unfortunately, many Americans failed to do their own research and believed that picture was accurate.