MEDIA: Lies and more lies

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You have all heard the saying “if you tell a lie long enough it becomes truth.” In case you were wondering, I am talking about the liberal media and their blatant lies and agenda. If you’re a liberal don’t stop reading yet, as I have a challenge for you.

President Trump described “Neo-Nazis as very fine people” according to the liberal media. So for the past two years after the Charlottesville riot in 2017 the media has labeled President Trump as a Nazis and white supremacy lover.

Two years, the media and various politicians have all been telling this lie.

So here is your challenge, look up on Google “Prageru or prageru.com” and watch the 5-minute video call “The Charlottesville Lie.”

Want the truth about various topics watch more. They’re all only five minutes by various people. In case you’re wondering, I have no affiliation with this organization. I am just sick and tired of all the lies the media tells and try to look for the real truth about various topics that I am unfamiliar with.

I am old enough to remember when the media actually reported news and not their own truth or agenda.

GEORGE SILVA

Coeur d’Alene

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