Media Mob Creates a Fake Story about Trump’s Citation of Sweden in Florida Speech

Media Mob Creates a Fake Story about Trump’s Citation of Sweden in Florida Speech

Lamesteram leftist media mobs continue to run fake news against President Trump and the latest in this series is the news of Trump citing a terror attack in Sweden.

Among the few self-explanatory fake news stories is in Britain’s popular daily The Guardian under the title “’Sweden, who would believe this?’: Trump cites non-existent terror attack”. The headline seems to attract attention as it implies Trump mentioned a terror attack in Sweden while addressing a rally in Melbourne, Florida.

But did he?

The story includes a video segment of Trump’s speech where he supposedly mentions Sweden’s “terror attack” and the most exciting observation about that video is that Trump doesn’t mention any terror attack. He never uses the words “terror attack” or any other “attack”.

In the citation from Trump’s speech, the story’s readers can see the same thing:

“Sweden, who would believe this? Sweden. They took in large numbers. They’re having problems like they never thought possible. You look at what’s happening in Brussels. You look at what’s happening all over the world. Take a look at Nice. Take a look at Paris.”

Now this is another clear case of fake news by mainstream media working against Donlad Trump—propaganda that has been the mission of media gangs in line with their political agenda. The paper’s assumption that trump confused Sweden with Sehwan (in Sindh, Pakistan) is a laughable contrivance to churn out a story that – as has been shown by experience – ignorant anti-Trump trolls will believe even when it’s clearly fake.

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