On the same day that White House Minister of Propaganda, Kellyanne Conway created the fake “Bowling Green Massacre” to justify Hair Furor’s Muslim ban, _____ actually said, out loud, that media outlets, you know, those fake news folks, are intentionally suppressing information about real terrorist attacks.
While speaking at U.S. Central Command this week, _____ said:
“You’ve seen what happened in Paris, and Nice. All over Europe, it’s happening. It’s gotten to a point where it’s not even being reported. And in many cases the very, very dishonest press doesn’t want to report it. They have their reasons, and you understand that.”
And, as happens when President _____ stands up and blatantly lies, something he’s doing almost every single time he opens that flapping maw of his, White House Press Secretary Melissa McCarthy, er, Sean Spicer, announced that the White House would provide a list of those unmentioned, or little mentioned, attacks:
“We’ll provide a list later. There’s several instances … There’s a lot of instances that have occurred where I don’t think they’ve gotten the coverage it deserved.”
Here are some of the terrorist attacks that Hair Furor, the Minister of Propaganda, and MouthPiece Spicer, have said were not given adequate media attention:
The attack at the Bataclan nightclub in Paris ... yeah, I don’t remember that one at all.
The attack by Abdul Numan Haider, who wounded two police officers in a knife attack in Melbourne in September 2014.
The Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando; no press coverage.
The San Bernardino shootings—which the _____ White House, which has a problem with spelling, called the “San Bernadino” attack. The document also includes spelling mistakes such as “attaker” instead of “attacker” and “Denmakr” instead of “Denmark” ... spelling is hard for the _____ team.
The attack by Anis Amri, who drove a truck into a crowded market in Berlin last December, killing 12 and injuring 48.
The list includes terror attacks from Afghanistan to Algeria to Australia but never mentions Israel, where incidents included a bus bombing in Jerusalem that injured 20 people.
The murder of British backpacker Mia Ayliffe-Chung in Australia last year was included, even though it was not ruled a terror attack by police. And, after hearing about _____’s list, Mia Ayliffe-Chung’s mother, Rosie Ayliffe accused Hair Furor of using “fake news” about her daughter’s death to further the “persecution of innocent people” by falsely claiming she was the victim of a terrorist attack:
“My daughter’s death will not be used to further this insane persecution of innocent people.”
Seriously, _____ and his minions believe that if they say something, we’ll accept it as truth—and some folks do, but then there’s a serious lack of gray matter in the heads of _____ supporters—but we will not accept that. Anyone with access to the internet, a television, a radio, or any form of print media can attest to the fact that these terror attacks _____ listed have received mass media attention.
San Bernardino? That was on the news for days and days, is just one example. But one terror attack that received absolutely no attention, from President _____ and his White House was the recent murders at a Canadian mosque, perpetrated by a white supremacist _____ supporter.
Coincidence? Hardly, because while President _____ Tweets about Alec Baldwin, or Melissa McCarthy, or Meryl Streep or SNL or Hamilton, he couldn’t muster the strength to use his tiny fat digits to tweet condolences to the families of those who were gunned down during evening prayers.
But then, you know, those dead people were Muslim and this administration wants you to believe all Muslims are terrorists.
The only terrorist I see lives at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue because Hate and Fear are the two greatest weapons of a terrorist and this president [for now] uses them every chance he gets.