Trump’s Opposition: Nitpick, Distort, Exaggerate, Omit and Lie

Trump’s Opposition: Nitpick, Distort, Exaggerate, Omit and Lie

Since the left and complicit journalists in the mainstream media cannot defeat President Donald Trump on the issues or legitimate grounds such as dishonesty, they have resorted to a superficial collection of tactics. They “make a mountain out of a molehill” and spend endless hours focusing on things that don’t matter. If you get your news from the mainstream media, you’re getting a very skewed view of what’s going on. The nightly news is devoted to trivial things related to Trump, while key events, real controversies and accomplishments are given short shrift.

We’ve seen the worst of it with the obsessive effort attempting to show there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government that influenced the presidential election. Never mind that “collusion” by itself isn’t even a crime; there must be something like a conspiracy to influence the election through a political contribution from a foreign national. Although not a shred of evidence of collusion has been found despite nonstop media coverage since Trump took office eight months ago, the fake news never stops. Turn on CNN and there is a pretense that this is the most important issue facing Americans today. The left knows that if you repeat a lie enough, people eventually start to believe it. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton’s clear ties to Russian influence are ignored.

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The left and its complicit allies in the media have become extremely proficient at nitpicking Trump. His tweets are dissected and criticized every day. Since the media no longer get as much news about him from gotcha questions at White House press conferences, they are relegated to picking apart his tweets.

Trump was mercilessly attacked after the Charlottesville rioting for not denouncing the white nationalists and neo-Nazis “properly.” Yet the media failed to report that Trump has denounced white supremacists many times throughout the years. No one actually believes Trump supports white supremacists, so the nitpicking was a lie.

This is what they nitpicked: In Trump’s first statement, made on the second day of the rally, he said in part, “We…

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