The Real Story — That Everyone Missed — About the Crowd Size Kerfuffle (Part II)


Bottom Line: What did the media really do? Simple: the media confessed to you and me, openly and out front, that they’re corrupt, dishonest frauds. Oh, they might not have known they were admitting it —  they’re not too bright — but they sure did. If you were paying attention, or if you read this blog, then you knew it too.


In this post (here), I pointed out that the Obama Administration lied — repeatedly, brazenly lied to the media, and they did nothing but lap it up and purr. The Obama Administration lied about really important things that directly affected the lives of hundreds of millions of people.

Then, along came Sean Spicer and he might have(1) lied about the size of the audience that viewed Trump’s inauguration.

The media were aghast.

“He destroyed all his credibility! “they shrieked. “What he said was demonstrably untrue!”(2) they wailed.

The things that the Obama Administration said about Iran, ISIS, North Korea, Obamacare, Fast ‘N Furious, the IRS, Russia, and much more, were demonstrably untrue, and the press slurped it up like starving kittens in front of milk.

So, what did the media really do? Simple: the media confessed to you and me, openly and out front, that they’re corrupt, dishonest frauds. Oh, they might not have known they were admitting it — they’re not too bright — but they sure did.

If you were paying attention, or if you read this blog, then you knew that already.

— xPraetorius

Notes:


(1) “Might have” because I don’t know the actual wording of what Spicer said. If he said “audience, ” then that could count not only the crowd, but the internet, television, and in person.

(2) See the previous note. If Spicer said “audience,” then what he said might be just … demonstrably true.

 

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