Media telegraphs agenda they’ll push all summer

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These days, the media propaganda machine can always be depended upon to report news they are hoping to create rather than news that has actually happened.

If you fully understand this, you’ll look clairvoyant when you can predict their next move so easily.

Here’s a recent example:

Rash of mass shootings stirs U.S. fears heading into summer

This is not to say that there aren’t deep concerns about these horrible mass murders, but the propaganda media seems to be telegraphing the issue they plan to push this summer.

Remember when the Left began to accuse conservatives of  “dog whistles?” They love to accuse their opponents of what they do. It’s a prime Alinsky strategy.

Look at how they frame the issue in advance. Are “US fears” the main point of the story or is it part of the fear they intend to continue stirring so they can push their gun control agenda?

We know the Left and it’s media minions consistently reject laws that punish the criminals that commit these atrocities. The gun laws they push always target law-abiding citizens who own guns to defend themselves from the very criminals they portray as victims– and for whom they lobby for the earliest possible release from prison.

This is a media that has made it clear time and again, that they are only concerned with certain murders and certain crimes. When they find one that fits their agenda, they report it incessantly as if all other crimes are exactly the same.

With a track record like that, what credibility could they possibly have left?  –except as a heads up on what they’re planning next.



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