Donald Trump is the man behind the words; FAKE NEWS! And it`s a reason for that; The Mob is lying to you. Not only in America, but in Europe as well. This is a big problem. It`s devastating and the Mob is undermining the democracy.
The Media Mob told you that Trump told the investigator in Georgia to «find the fraud» and that the Georgia secretary of state would be a «national hero» if she did so. But it`s all a big, big, big lie! Fake News!
Two months after the publication of this story, the Georgia secretary of state released an audio recording of President Donald Trump`s December phone call with the state`s top elections investigator.
The recording revealed that The Post misquoted Trump`s comments on the call, based on information provided by a source. Yes, SOURCE. Trump did not tell the investigator to «find the fraud» or say she would be «a national hero» if she did so.
Instead, Trump urged the investigator to scrutinize ballots in Fulton County, Ga., asserting she would find «dishonesty» there. He also told her that she had «the most important job in the country right now.»
The Media Mob are so breathtakingly corrupt, and this kind of mistake is beyond serious. There`s zero accountability in major corporate media anymore, yet they continually insist they`re the ones holding the line on the truth, but they`re not. They make up quotes based on anonymous sources.
Two months later, Washington Post concedes they misquoted Trump`s call with Georgia officials. Two months later, The Washington Post made a correction to a January story about a phone call between then-President Donald Trump and Georgia elections investigator Frances Watson.
Some people think that Trump is a crazy man because he said «find the fraud» and «you will be a national hero», but it was a big lie. Fake news. And WAPO admitted it wrongly attributed multiple quotes to Mr. Trump based on an anonymous source.
So, what do people think about Trump now? The Trump Haters are blinded by hate, and they will not change their mind despite the fact that most of what they have heard is fake. But the lies have been good business.
The left-wing networks CNN and MSNBC relied almost exclusively on anti-Trump content to attract viewership over the past four years, but now as Trump has left the office, the left-wing networks are witnessing their ratings nosedive at unprecedented levels.
CNN`s ratings during primetime hours plummeted by a whopping 44% after Trump left office.
Donald Trump is still popular. In 2018, Republicans used to call Ronald Reagan the best president in US history, but now, in 2021, it`s Donald Trump, according to the latest Economist/YouGov poll. Trump is at the top (36%), while Ronald Reagan is second (18%), followed by Abraham Lincoln (13%).
Among all Americans, Donald Trump comes in third at 13% with Barrack Obama on top of the list at 18%, followed by Abraham Lincoln at 17%. President Joe Biden is not on the list at all, as he had served less than 20 days when the survey began.
I support all the presidents no matter what side they are on, but that doesn`t mean I agree with all they do and say. Right now, Biden is the president, and he has a lot of things to fix. And Trump talked about it in his speech at CPAC.
«We`re in the middle of a historic struggle for America`s future, America`s culture, and America`s institutions. Our very identity as Americans is at stake, like perhaps at no other time, so no matter how much the Washington establishment and the powerful special interests may want to silence us, let there be no doubt; we will be victorious and America will be stronger and greater than ever before,» Trump said in the speech.
Much of the crazy ideas are coming from the left side. Ideas like language are violent, don`t practice yoga or cook Chinese food, there is no such thing as biological sex and only white people can be racist. Many people are confused by these ideas.
Do you wonder how some people on the left side have managed so quickly to challenge the very logic of Western society?
What`s going on in America is not unique. It`s the same playbook in Europe as well. President Macron talked about it a few days ago and said he doesn`t want all these crazy ideas from the left in France. Sorry Macron, but it all started there; in France.
It`s an evolution from French postmodernism to its refinement within activist academic fields. Today we can recognize it by its effects, such as cancel culture and social-media dogpiles, as by its tenets, which are all too often embraced as axiomatic in mainstream media:
knowledge is a social construct; science and reason are tools of oppression; all human interactions are sites of oppressive power play, and language is dangerous. As they warn, the unchecked proliferation of these anti-Enlightenment beliefs presents a threat not only to liberal democracy but also to modernity itself.
This is what authors Helen Pluckrose and James Lindsay talk about in their book; «cynical theories.» While acknowledging the need to challenge the complacency of those who think a just society has been fully achieved, Pluchrose and Lindsay break down how this often-radical activist scholarship does far more harm than good, not least to those marginalized communities it claims to champion.
They also detail its alarmingly inconsistent and illiberal ethics. Only through a proper understanding of the evolution of these ideas, they conclude, can those who value science, reason, and consistently liberal ethics successfully challenge this harmful and authoritarian orthodoxy, in the academy, in culture, and beyond.
During the modern period in the last two centuries in most Western countries, there has been developed a broad consensus in favor of the political philosophy known as «liberalism.»
The main tenets of liberalism are political democracy, limitations on the powers of government, the development of universal human rights, legal equality for all adult citizens, freedom of expression, respect for the value of viewpoint diversity and honest debate, respect for evidence and reason, the separation of church and state, and freedom of religion.
These liberal values developed as ideas and it has taken centuries of struggle against theocracy, slavery, patriarchy, colonialism, fascism, and many other forms of discrimination to honor them as much as we do, still imperfectly today, Pluckrose and Lindsay said.
But the struggle for social justice has always been strongest when it has cast itself as the defender of liberal values universally, insisting that they are applied to all individuals, not just to wealthy white males.
It must be noted that the general philosophical position that we call «liberalism» is compatible with a wide range of positions on political, economic, and social questions, including both what Americans call «liberal» (and Europeans call «social-democratic») and modern forms of what people in all countries call «conservative.»
This philosophical liberalism is opposed to authoritarian movements of all types, be they left-wing or right-wing, secular of theocratic.
Liberalism is thus best thought of as a shared common ground, providing a framework for conflict resolution and one within which people with a variety of views on political, economic, and social questions can rationally debate the options for public policy.
However, we have reached a point in history where liberalism and modernity at the heart of Western civilization are at great risk on the level of the ideas that sustain them.
The precise nature of this threat is complicated, as it arises from at least two overwhelming pressures, one revolutionary and the other reactionary, that are waging war with each other over which illiberal direction our societies should be dragged.
Far-right populist movements claiming to be making a last desperate stand for liberalism and democracy against a rising tide of progressivism and globalism are on the rise around the world.
Trump said in the speech that his movement is successful. «We began it together four years ago and it is far from being over,» he said.
Trump is silenced on Twitter, but he will have his first speech since leaving the White House on Sunday. A former senior adviser to President Trump, Stephen Miller predicts he will talk about the U.S economy, to open the schools back up again, and immigration.
Furthermore, he will talk about standing up against Communist China and the blue-collar working-class agenda. American conservative union chair, Matt Schlapp said that one of the reasons Trump was a great conservative president is because conservatives didn`t immediately go on the attack like so many others in the establishment.
Focus on the politics. Not the person, Matt said. This is probably why so many were blinded by hate. These people painted themself into a corner and stayed there for four years. That is painful and a big mistake.
Everybody is looking forward to Trump`s speech on CPAC on Sunday.
Some people claim that Trump in any way wished, desired, or encouraged lawless or violent behavior on January 6th and they said: «impeach 45.» The same people have repeatedly said that they want to impeach him in four years now. It started before he was elected.
We all know that these people are on the left side. But people on the right side are sick and tired of the hypocrisy of the left. This is not only happening in the U.S but in Europe as well. Who are these people on the left side that think they are above all others? Much better than others?
They are hypocrites.
Trump said on January 6th that people are on the way to peacefully and patriotically to march down to Capitol Hill. He also said, «Fight like hell.»
For the hypocrites on the left side, that was wrong. They claim it was an incitement to insurrection. So, they impeached Trump. Wow. What a great country America is.
American political journalist Michael Gerson says that political hypocrisy is «the conscious use of a mask to fool the public and gain political benefit».
Hypocrisy is the practice of engaging in the same behavior or activity for which one criticizes another or the practice of claiming to have moral standards or beliefs to which one`s own behavior does not conform.
In moral psychology, it is the failure to follow one`s own expressed moral rules and principles.
Hypocrisy has been a subject of folk wisdom from the beginnings of human history and the word hypocrisy comes from the Greek, which means «jealous», «play-acting», «acting out», «coward» or «dissembling».
We all know that Trump said «fight like hell», but the leftists aren`t any better. Videos show that they are a hundred times worse. But it is always difficult for the leftists to see that. The day after the inauguration, Madonna said she wanted to bomb the White House. Did someone say incitement to insurrection at that time? Nope.
But what would have happened if someone on the right side have said that? All hell would break lose.
Jesus tried to build a stable society with the ten commandments. You shall not kill. You shall not steal. But Pontius Pilatus and dark forces didn`t want to hear that and killed Jesus. Many belief systems condemn hypocrisy (that`s probably why conservatives care so much about it).
In Islam, Quranic Chapter 63 is often titled «the hypocrites». Hypocrisy is viewed as a serious sickness.
The Qur’an rails against those who claim to be believers and peacemakers, thinking they are fooling God and others, but only fool themselves.
In some translations of the Book of Job, the Hebrew word chaneph is rendered as «hypocrite», though it usually means «godless» or «profane». In the Christian Bible, Jesus condemns the scribes and Pharisees as hypocrites in the passage known as the Woes of the Pharisees.
Communists are godless. They dont believe in God. Nor in Jesus. They don`t believe in religion. The only religion they believe in is Communism.
Most people in America and Europe believe that people on the left side are much better than people on the right side. They also believe that people on the right side are stupid and racists, but all of that is a big lie. What we know is that people on the left side are hypocrites.
Hypocrites are very good at challenging the beliefs of other people, but when it comes to their own beliefs, they tend to protect them, not challenge them, Robert Wright said. Hypocrites are fairly accurate in their perceptions of others, but generally inaccurate in their perceptions of themselves.
Hypocrites tend to judge others by their behavior, but think they have special information about themselves. That they know what they are «really like», and thus effortlessly find ways to explain away selfish acts and maintain the illusion that they are better than others.
There is so much hate in the world today, but if people can be educated to see the shadow-side of their nature, it may be hoped that they will also learn to understand and love their fellow men better.
A little less hypocrisy and a little more self-knowledge can only have good results in respect for our neighbor; for we are all too prone to transfer to our fellows the injustice and violence we inflict upon our own natures.
Benjamin Franklin`s observation has been confirmed by recent studies in self-deception. In everyday reasoning, humans do little to get real evidence when taking positions or making decisions and do even less to get evidence for opposing positions. Instead, they tend to fabricate «pseudo-evidence», often after the decision had already been made.
Humans take a position, look for evidence that supports it, then, if they find some evidence, enough so that the position «makes sense», they stop thinking altogether (the «makes-sense stopping rule»). And, when pressed to produce real evidence, they tend to seek and interpret «evidence» that confirms what they already believe (the «confirmation bias»).
Moreover, some people tend to think highly of themselves, highlighting strengths and achievements, and overlooking weaknesses and failures (the «self-serving bias»). When asked to rate themselves on virtues, skills, or other desirable traits (including ethics, intelligence driving ability, and sexuality skills), a large majority say they are above average.
In the video above, Madonna said she wanted to bomb the White House. Cynthia Johnson said that Trump supporters need to be careful, and for those of you who are soldiers; make them pay. Maxime Water said she wanted to take out Trump tonight.
Johnny Depp asked; «When was the last time an actor assassinated a president»? A leader from the Lincoln Project said; «go out and put a bullet in Donald Trump». CNN said; «show me where it says that protests are supposed to be polite and peaceful».
Ellen asked Kamala Harris if she was stuck in an elevator with Trump or Pence. Who would it be? Harris said; «Does one of us have to come out alive»?
A Pennsylvania man got 20 years for threatening to «put a bullet» in Trump last year. Who do you think radicalized him? What about the Scalise shooter who appeared to be a Bernie Sanders campaign volunteer in 2017? Steve Scalise nearly died that day. Did someone blame Sanders? Nope. Who do you think radicalized that man?
Did someone say incitement to insurrection here? Nope. Any impeachment? Nope.
Political journalist Michael Gerson notes that «There is often hypocritical deception involved in political and diplomatic negotiations, which generally start with principled, non-negotiable demands that are negotiated away in the process of finding a compromise.» Gerson concludes:
Hypocrisy is unavoidable and necessary. If people were required, at all times, to live up to ideals of honesty, loyalty, and compassion in order for those ideals to exist, there would be no ideals. Being a moral person is a struggle in which everyone repeatedly fails, becoming a hypocrite in each of those moments.
A just and peacful society depends on hypocrites who ultimately refused to abondon the ideals they betray.
Abraham Lincoln saved America for the first time in 1864. Donald Trump tried to do the same for the second time. What happens today is similar to what happened under Lincoln. In January 1838, Abraham Lincoln said this;
Citizens seeing their property destroyed; their families insulted, and their lives endangered; their persons injured, and seeing nothing in the prospect that forebodes a change for the better. They become tired of, and disgusted with, a government that offers them no protection.»
If you see people in your own country do things like that, you have to react. You must do something. You must punish those who are responsible for the crime you see. If you face fascism right in front of your eyes without doing something, you deserve to live in chaos, and that`s what we can call the U.S for right now.
When Abraham Lincoln stood for re-election in November 1864 he knew that defeat could bring the civil war to a premature end and shatter his dreams of abolishing slavery. Lincoln fixed the problems and saved America.
Now, we know that the middle class is wiped out and they do not recover. This is a sign of a weak government because their rule number one should be the safety of their own people. That is not what we see today.
The United States is at war with its own people. It is so much corruption and people don`t care. We know how they treated their own president. We know what they have done to other presidents. The United States went from cold war to a war on terror, but that cannot continue.
We can all see the tension in the U.S Congress. We can all see how divided the U.S is, but we have seen similar things like this before. In 1973. On 11 September 1973 in the Chilean coup d’etat, it was a military coup in Chile that deposed the Popular Unity government of President Salvador Allende.
After an extended period of social unrest and political tension between the opposition-controlled congress and the socialist President, as well as economic warfare ordered by U.S president Richard Nixon, a group of military officers led by General Augusto Pinochet and Admiral Josè Toribio Merino seized power in a coup, ending civilian rule.
The military established a junta that suspended all political activity in Chile and repressed left-wing movements, especially communist and socialist parties and the Revolutionary Left Movement (MIR).
Augusto Pinochet rose to supreme power within a year of the coup and was formally declared President of Chile in late 1974. The Nixon administration, which had worked to create the conditions for the coup, promptly recognized the junta government and supported it in consolidating power.
Before the coup, Chile had been hailed as a beacon of democracy and political stability for decades, a period in which the rest of South America had been plagued by military juntas and «caudillismo.»
The collapse of Chilean democracy ended a succession of democratic governments in Chile, which had held democratic elections since 1932.
An internationally support plebiscite in 1988 held under the auspices of the military dictatorship was followed by a peaceful transition to an elected civilian government.
Allende contested the 1970 presidential election with Jorge Alessandri Rodriguez of the National Party and Radomiro Tomic of the Christian Democratic Party. Allende received 36,6% of the vote. Alessandri was a very close second with 35,3%, and Tomic third with 28,1%. Allende received the highest number of votes, according to the Chilean constitution and since none of the candidates won by an absolute majority, the National Congress had to decide among the candidates.
The 1925 constitution did not allow a person to be president for two consecutive terms.
The U.S feared the example of a «well-functioning socialist experiment» in the region and exerted diplomatic, economic, and covert pressure upon Chile`s elected socialist government.
At the end of 1971, the Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro made a four-week state visit to Chile, alarming American observers worried about the «Chilean Way to Socialism».
In 1972, economics minister Pedro Vuskovic adopted monetary policies that increased the amount of circulating currency and devaluated the escudo, which increased inflation to 140 percent in 1972 and engendered a black market economy.
The governments of Argentina (1966), Bolivia (1969), Brazil (1964), and Peru (1968) were all overthrown in coups and replaced by military governments. In June 1973 Uruguay joined the coup wave that swept through the region.
The United States of America know how to replace a government. They are experts and have been involved in multiple coup dètat`s around the world.
United States involvement in regime change describes actions taken by the United States government, both overt and covert, to alter, replace, or preserve foreign governments. In the latter half of the 19th century, the U.S government initiated actions for regime change mainly in Latin America and the Southwest Pacific, including the Spanish-American and Philippine-American wars.
At the onset of the 20th century, the United States shaped or installed governments in many countries around the world, including neighbors Panama, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico, Haiti, and the Dominican Republic.
The U.S was also involved in the coup in Egypt a few years ago. In February 2011, Hosni Mubarak resigned after 18 days of mass demonstrations that ended his 29-year rule of Egypt. The 2013 Egyptian coup dètat took place on 3 July 2013.
Egyptian army chief General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi led a coalition to remove the President of Egypt, Mohamed Morsi, from power and suspended the Egyptian constitution of 2012. The move came after the military`s ultimatum for the government to «resolve its differences» with protesters during widespread national protests.
The military arrested Morsi and Muslim Brotherhood leaders and declared Chief Justice of the Supreme Constitutional Court Adly Mansour as the interim president of Egypt. The announcement was followed by demonstrations and clashes between supporters and opponents of the move throughout Egypt.
In June 2012, Mohamed Morsi won the presidential election with 51,73% of total votes to become the first democratically elected president of Egypt. In June the same year, prior to Morsi being sworn in as President, the Supreme Constitutional Court ruled that the election law was unconstitutional and ordered the elected bodies dissolved.
President Morsi appointed additional members to the advisory council from 35 political parties and invited the elected bodies to discuss the ruling of the court.
During World War II, the United States helped overthrow many Nazi Germany or imperial Japanese puppet regimes. Examples include regimes in the Philippines, Korea, the Eastern portion of China, and much of Europe.
United States forces were also instrumental in ending the rule of Adolf Hitler over Germany and of Benito Mussolini over Italy.
75 years later, the U.S was attacked by Neo-Nazis at the Capitol Hill.