First, scroll through five tweets with pictures of demonstrations in five major US cities. I have a brief comment at the end.
I pulled these tweets from links provided by breakingnews.com. These cities dominated their coverage of the Wedsnesday evening, April 28, 2015 protests against the police, or for the Baltimore rioters, or whatever the protests were intended to mean.
What I don’t see are massive numbers of protesters. A few hundred in Boston. A hundred, allegedly, in Denver. And note that the average citizen in liberal Seattle was not happy with getting stuck in a traffic jam caused by the protests.
There’s always the smell of approval in news reporting of leftist protests, I’ve noticed. It’s not explicit, but you get the impression that leftist protests are representative of America.
These tweeted pictures show that small numbers of leftist protesters can lead the evening news and push out a leftist message that is far from the whole truth.
They and the media have a nice little game going.
Reject their half truths and distorted truths. Leftist protesters want to create a bandwagon effect, getting everyone who lacks an ability to discriminate on board.
If you’re reading this, you have an ability to discriminate. You know the national media is propagandizing you.
Spread the word. A few thousand lefties on the streets nationwide are not much of a story. Neither are their false claims intended to bully whites into giving in to their ridiculous demands.