The corporate media and the DNC have been pushing a narrative that Trump is hiring white supremacists, but now they’ve gone too far.
When Steve Bannon was given a position in Trump’s administration as the chief strategist, the media and the left said that he was a white supremacist. They pushed the narrative and have continued to push the narrative.
The left is trying to say that Trump is part of this ambiguous and un-organized “alt-right”. Both Bannon and Trump have denied and denounced any involvement or connection to the “alt-right”.
CNN anchors and Huffington Post writers just assume that Bannon being a white supremacist is common knowledge.
It isn’t. Bannon isn’t a white supremacist and that should be it right? Wrong.
The media decided to attend a white supremacist meeting in Washington over the weekend. The media showed up in force with about 80 reporters compared to the 200 or so attendees.
A group called the NPI held the conference and they have it every year. The only reason that the press is at the conference this year is to try and associate the group to Trump.
Look at how CNN frames the issue.
The media is building up an insignificant hate group and putting them on the national’s stage and they are mad at Trump for not doing the same thing.
The only evidence that the media has that Bannon is a white supremacist is that he oversaw Breitbart, which has published some racially charged headlines.
Isn’t the corporate media doing the same thing now? Could they be more hypocritical? Probably.
With so many problems in our county, the media is clearly failing America in how it is delivering news. Instead of giving America the truth and focusing on real important issues, the corporate media is giving the people what they want to see.
People are buying it hook, line and sinker. Just ask any liberal or progressive friend on Facebook if they think Steve Bannon is a white supremacist. See what they say.
When you ask one of your friends, come back and tell us what happened in the comments below.