Our lying, scheming mainstream media won’t ask anyone the questions that Americans want the answers to. They refuse to hold people like Adam Schiff responsible for peddling conspiracy theories and tearing this country apart and they treat hoaxes like Russia and Ukraine as “serious news” in order to drive up their pathetic ratings and help the Deep State coup damage President Trump.
The good news is that the fake news media isn’t winning. Americans are on to them, thanks in large part to President Trump exposing them, and we don’t trust the mainstream media to give us facts n0t feelings.
I was reading an article the other day on how the New York Times started and what amazing journalist standards that they had at one time. And one of the main rules that the NYT had was that under no circumstances could you mix opinion with news. According to the NYT they had to remain separate so you didn’t trick readers into believing something that was not based in fact.
As we can clearly see those once-amazing journalistic standards have gone flying out the window.
Objective reporting for the educated American.
That’s why citizen journalists are so important. And this one here – clad in a bright red MAGA hat did a fantastic job. “CJ Truth” confronted Rep. Adam Schiff, and asked him several very poignant questions, starting with, “Why did you lie about Russia and Ukraine?”
He then asked Schiff what he was going to do when the Deep State couldn’t protect him anymore…a reference perhaps to the upcoming Senate trial where Schiff would be “fair game?”
It’s excellent work and we need a lot more of THIS!
You can watch the video below:
"You lied about Russia, You lied about Ukraine, what are you going to do when the “deep state” can’t protect you anymore?" pic.twitter.com/5MytDyhglO
— CJTRUTH (@cjtruth) November 28, 2019
This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.
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