Here’s the Latest Fake News Freakout Over Something Trump Didn’t Say

Louisville, Kentucky – March 20, 2017: President Donald J. Trump addresses a crowd at a rally inside Freedom Hall in Louisville, Kentucky, on March 20, 2017.

Following his historic rally in New Jersey last weekend, the mainstream media is once again freaking out about something Donald Trump didn’t really say. It seems like every time he gives a speech these days, they find something new to take out of context and lie about to soothe their hurting little behinds.

The crowd size at the rally was estimated to be 80,000 to 100,000 people. It was by far the biggest rally of the year and probably one of the biggest political rallies of all time in the United States. It was so upsetting for the media that once again, they were forced to turn off their English comprehension skills to cover the rally.

That allowed them to take Trump out of context when he was talking about Biden allowing unvetted illegal aliens into the country. Trump compared this policy to having dinner with the fictional serial killer Hannibal Lecter from the movie ‘Silence of the Lambs.’

 

The media has been taking this out of context ever since and claiming that Trump now praises cannibal serial killers. Because that makes total sense, right?

They just cannot get over the fact that Donald Trump is beloved by a majority of Americans. They’re in full panic mode because they know that President Trump is going to make a triumphant return to the White House next year—and nothing they can say about him is going to stop that from happening.


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