It can easily be said that one of Donald Trump’s new favorite catch phrases is “Fake News!” or “Fake Media.” He wants everyone to distrust their sources of information so that they trust him and him alone. This is what dictators do. They dismantle the free press so that they can control the narrative. Thankfully, in the United States, we have the Consitution that is more powerful than even the president, so the freedom of the press will remain intact.
One of the sources of “information” that Trump has still seemingly trusted has been Fox News. He regularly retweets them, most especially ‘Fox & friends,’ because they’ll share his state-sponsored message of propaganda.
Fox News is notoriously known for not having legitimate information, often bending the truth to fit a conservative narrative and backing up their claims by continuously saying things like “sources say.”
With that being said, it seems as if Donald Trump has finally turned on Fox News news and called them out for not being accurate, or at least not sharing the message that he wants.
“Remember, when you hear the words “sources say” from the Fake Media, often times those sources are made up and do not exist.”
Remember, when you hear the words “sources say” from the Fake Media, often times those sources are made up and do not exist.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 12, 2017
And we can only assume Trump’s talking about Fox News because they’re the ones known for saying “sources say” as their ‘sources’ regularly. Other news outlets will cite their sources and link to the information that backs up their claims.
Hell must have frozen over. OR he’s still talking about the other news outlets and trying to insinuate they’re the ones that are fake and he’s still in love with Fox News since he’s a raging hypocrite and never sees his own doublespeak. That’s probably it.
And when it comes to the source in regards to the Russia story and his son? The source IS HIS SON.
Nonetheless, Fox News isn’t accurate, and that’s not fake news.
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