The left-wing media care little about the truth when it comes to integrity in journalism. One of their favorite people to misquote is Donald Trump, as they constantly take everything he says out of context, twisting his words as a way to push their heavily-biased rhetoric. After the Christmas Market Massacre in Germany, Trump had some very harsh words for ISIS, but when one reporter tried to twist his statements, Trump had an incredible response that knocked them on their ass.
Following the brutal attack in Germany by the Muslim refugee that left a dozen dead and close to 50 injured, Trump’s no-nonsense approach to dealing with Muslim terrorist filth immediately kicked in, and he quickly released a statement that sent leftist morons into a frenzy.
“Our hearts and prayers are with the loved ones of the victims of today’s horrifying terror attack in Berlin,” Trump said. “Innocent civilians were murdered in the streets as they prepared to celebrate the Christmas holiday. ISIS and other Islamist terrorists continually slaughter Christians in their communities and places of worship as part of their global jihad. These terrorists and their regional and worldwide networks must be eradicated from the face of the earth, a mission we will carry out with all freedom-loving partners.”
While I’m not sure what part of Trump’s statement made these liberal halfwits get their panties in a bunch, one leftist reporter took his words as an opportunity to put a dishonest spin on it, making it seem like Trump was asserting the massacre was a Muslim versus Christian thing. Cornering Trump during a press conference, the reporter tried to bait Trump into going along with their “gotcha question” about the attack, but Trump artfully fired back, thoroughly embarrassing the reporter during a question and answer session that aired live on live Fox Business.
From the video:
Reporter: “Your comments about the truck attack in Berlin being against Christians . . . ”
Trump: “Say it again – what?”
Reporter: “Your – your – the attack in Berlin being against Christians.”
Trump: “Who said that? When was that said?”
Reporter: “I believe you said it in a press release . . . So I’m wondering how this will affect relations with Muslims.”
Trump: “It’s an attack on humanity. That’s what it is: An attack on humanity. And it’s gotta be stopped.”
— FOX Business (@FoxBusiness) December 21, 2016
Donald Trump hasn’t even taken over as president yet, and these malcontents are already trying to destroy and undermine his authority. You can be sure that this is just the beginning of their antics after their candidate lost. They are shady in their dealings, painting Trump as a hateful bigot whenever they get half a chance.
It’s laughable that these people call themselves journalists. They are no more than paid propagandists who make a living off of distorting the truth and pushing the heavily biased rhetoric of their vile agenda.
H/T [American Lookout]