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The Left Fears and Perpetually Lies About Trump

A long line of bogus, Leftist reporting about the Trump presidency has been exposed

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Did you see the massive crowd this weekend that showed up in Wellington, OH to see Donald Trump? The Leftists are collectively quaking in their jackboots.

In 2020, Donald Trump said that the Wuhan Virus likely leaked from the lab. The lib press went wild. He urged that hydroxychloroquine was worth exploring. The lib press and even members of the medical establishment, in knee-jerk fashion, wasted several million words refuting him, effectively dooming tens of thousands of people.

Trump asserted that a vaccine for the virus would be developed before the end of 2020 and, characteristically, the half-assed pundits on the Left went into overdrive unceasingly mocking him.

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Uniformly, Wrong on Trump

The above are typical of a long line of bogus Leftist lies, narratives, and reporting about Donald Trump.

Consider this whopper from three years ago: Daniel Drezner, PhD, a professor of international politics at Tufts University and a regular contributor to The Washington Post, proudly asserted on September 10, 2018, “Trump is unlikely to trigger World War III because his warlike impulses are usually ephemeral, and his staff knows it.”

Warlike impulses? More so than any president in recent memory, Donald Trump sought to not only keep the U.S. out of war, but to recall U.S. troops from war zones around the globe.

Echoing sentiments pervasive among the Left, for good measure Drezner added, “Trump’s foreign policy instincts are awful… his advisers can handle him in this arena. Which is one reason the world has not ended yet.”

An Intentional Sea of Misinformation

While media bias is obvious to those on the right, those on the Left perpetually dwell in a sea of misinformation and exaggeration related to the activities of President Trump. Why? Because Trump might run again, and multi-millions of Americans support him.

Donald Trump did not cause a recession. The so-called mainstream media tried to propagate this. Phony prognosticators claimed that the U.S. maybe, could be, possibly might be… dipping into recession. Newspapers ran with this shred of a feature repeatedly. The usual gang of talk show hosts babbled on about the topic.

Trump did not start war in the Middle East with Iran.  The Chicken Little “reporters” and “journalists” on NBC, CBS, ABC, CNN, and MSNBC, and the usual suspects in the newspaper business squealed on and on about the imminent possibility.

Trump did not start World War III with North Korea, although pundit after pundit on television, and innumerable journalists, at what used to be prestigious newspapers such as The Washington Post and The New York Times, vented their spleens to convince you that war was right around the corner.

You want a war? Look to Joe Biden.

Sorry, no Collusion

Donald Trump didn’t collude with Russia to get elected, or for anything else. Robert Mueller and his Democratic operatives, eager to bring down Trump by any means possible, spent multi-millions of dollars seeking anything that would make their case.

Now widely known, except among tinfoil hat leftists, after a couple months Mueller knew his investigators had nothing on Trump.

Yet, they persisted for another two years, blatantly intimidating and harassing Trump appointees, sometimes for hours on end, over many weeks and months, specifically to inflict damage on Trump and his administration.

No Litmus Test

Donald Trump did not appointed judges who had to pass ideological, abortion litmus tests, as all recent Democrat presidents have done. Trump’s major criterion, and it’s the best that our nation has known, was that the individuals selected interpret the U.S. Constitution as written: nothing more, nothing less.

Trump’s 48 month record showed conclusively that his appointees, approved by legislative bodies, have done just that.

Donald Trump did not exhibit anti-Semitism in any way. The charge is ridiculous on its face. His daughter Ivanka converted to Judaism to marry his son-in-law Jared. His three grandchildren from his daughter are all Jewish.

Trump was more supportive of Israel than any other president in the last 50 years. Biden is anti-Semitic and anti-Israel. Donald Trump has many close Jewish friends, who’ve known him for decades. If he made remarks here and there about the shrewdness of Jewish businessman, it was not anti-Semitism. Sorry Lefties, the label simply won’t stick.

Biden’s Charlottesville Lie

Trump did not praise white nationalists and supremacists during the controversy in Charlottesville, Virginia. He condemned them. Biden lies about this as often as his demented, feeble brain allows. The mainstream media and fake news websites selectively edited the video of him addressing the issue.

Visit a conservative site such as FoxNews.com or Whatfinger.com, or visit Youtube directly. Watch the entire video of Trump’s response to the Charlottesville incident.

You’ll discover that when he said, “There were good people on both sides,” he was not referring to the white supremacists. Anyone who can see and hear with their own two ears will figure this out in seconds. To this day, however, the mainstream media, Joe Biden, and a host of others continue to stir up hate with this perpetual the lie.

Oh So Fishy

A small event during the Trump Administration illustrates a major point. In November, 2017, the Japanese Prime Minister and President Trump were ceremoniously feeding koi fish. Contrary to portrayal in the media, the President did not dump all of his fish food into the pond arbitrarily, and in haste. He followed the Japanese Prime Minister’s lead.

NBC deleted that part of the video, then aired it as such to knowingly mislead viewers. ABC NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, and many other TV networks who should know better, and a variety of other media sources continue to propagate the lie, to this day. These ‘trusted’ sources have lied, repeatedly, for nearly fours years.

If you’re on the Left, you’re certain that everything above is not true. And yet, it is true. Can you burst the liberal media bubble in which you find yourself permanently ensconced? Will you ever find your way off of the Democratic plantation?

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Academic Underachievement As a Permanent Condition

Academic achievement occurs through individual effort: One boy and one girl after another rising above

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On the state and local level, as decisions are made about how and in what form we will educate the nation’s children, an age-old issue remains. The underlying causes of income inequality and civil unrest likely has less to do with media-inflamed coverage and more to do with a lingering issue that few people want to earnestly discuss: educational disparity.

In virtually every U.S. school system, the disparity year after year, decade after decade, and even longer, in mathematics competency, reading proficiency, test scores, honor roll status, and graduation rates, between African American students and other students is disturbing.

A Disturbing Reality

Here in the third decade of the third millennium, with a male African American high school dropout rate at 40% across the U.S., can anyone view the situation optimistically? Any responsible American would understandably be concerned.

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As Eric Hanushek, who is a research associate at the National Bureau of Economic Research, as well as a senior fellow at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution, exclaimed “It’s remarkable.” Following his extensive analysis of the situation, he remarked, “I knew that the gap hadn’t been closing too much, but when I actually looked at the data I was myself surprised.”

In one community after another, and one school system after another, when strenuous efforts to bridge the gap do not bear fruit, invariably someone yells “foul,” as if some grand conspiracy is occurring and a magic wand, yet to be waved, could suddenly redress all. And, as if hard-working, dedicated teachers are not attempting their utmost for each of their students.

An Undesired Path

Consider the school system in Chapel Hill-Carrboro, North Carolina. This locale, deemed, “The southern part of heaven,” by a variety of writers, is among the most progressive in the United States. The teachers and educators here have a vested interest in demonstrating that their school system, beyond all others, can succeed in the vital area of closing achievement gaps between whites and minorities.

Nevertheless, year in and year out the gap remains. So, the Chapel Hill-Carrboro Board of Education becomes primed to try anything! Another in an endless line of supposed “fixes” was to eliminate the advanced math classes in the middle schools and to lump all non-pre-algebra students together, with similar plans to eliminate other advanced classes such as in language arts.

Just as you cannot easily erect a sound building on quicksand, and you cannot expect to solve a decades-old problem by starting with a shaky foundation. Taking a lowest common denominator approach to developing school curriculum has never consistently worked, anywhere. It frustrates the students and dramatically increases a teacher’s burden – all such students must then be taught at individual learning speeds. Do you know any superhuman teachers? If so, could you afford them?

Face the Real Issues

Permanently closing the academic gap between underachieving students and the rest of the student population requires addressing reality – airing the truth about the disparity – not resorting to politically “correct” psychobabble and curricula finagling for another ten years, and then another ten, and then another.

This disparity encompasses such issues as the number of hours the television is on in given households, family or parental encouragement for completing homework assignments, a regular workspace, and established hours for studying in a quiet environment, among other factors.

Until solid analysis, exploration, and programs that address these issues are undertaken, no amount of wrangling with classes will prove to be the “winning formula.” And, school boards will have no chance of effectively addressing the continuing problem of poor academic performance among student groups.

In Arthur Conan Doyle’s short story The Sign of Four, detective Sherlock Holmes says, “…When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth.” The schools in U.S. communities routinely exhaust talented teachers with a task that cannot be solved by them, nor is it theirs to solve.

Students Eager to Learn

However improbable to those who wish to pretend otherwise, academic achievement occurs through individual effort: One boy and one girl after another rising above and cracking the books, then coming to class as serious students, eager to learn, and primed to excel. Such achievement is not likely to occur any other way.

Otherwise, expect that income inequality and civil unrest will continue for decades into the 21st century.

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