5 Stories the Media Didn’t Tell You

There are two possibilities. One is that President Trump has ego problems. He and the media went back and forth all week about a Sharpie mark on a hurricane map. Maybe neither side could let it go because they have fragile egos.

The other possibility is that both sides were trying to draw attention away from more important stories. For President Trump, it was probably the appropriation of funds for additional border wall construction. If fewer people hear about that, he might be able to skip some red tape and make a little progress.

As for mainstream media, they didn’t want you to hear that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the squad started a public fundraising program for arrested members of Antifa. So they did what they always do, they blew up the story about President Trump using a Sharpie in hopes you wouldn’t see the real news stories.

Last week, Boston had a straight pride parade. It featured people who literally dressed like clowns, proving that the whole thing was just poking fun at the woke parade mentality.

Antifa showed up to the parade in force. They attacked everyone in sight, threw urine on police officers, and sent multiple people to the hospital. 36 members of Antifa were arrested and charged.

It is for those 36 people that AOC and the squad are trying to raise bail. Sitting members of Congress are using their position to try and crowdsource bail money for domestic terrorists.

How do you know it’s really that bad? The mainstream media won’t touch this story with a 10-mile stick.

Of course, that’s only one of the things the mainstream media tried to hide from you over the past week. This video covers the other major stories that were sacrificed to keep you up to date with SharpieGate.

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