CNN Omits Key Fact on Boxing Day Mall Brawls

CNN would have all “youth” shoulder the blame for violence  perpetrated at over a dozen shopping malls on Boxing Day, the day after Christmas, by omitting a key fact about those responsible:  the perpetrators were almost entirely African Americans.  Unfortunately, a number of malls are now contemplating or instituting an outright ban on all “unaccompanied minors” on Boxing Day in the future as a result of inaccurate reporting by the press.

CNN describes a more than a handful of the major mall brawls, many of which were pre-planned on social media, or during the commission of which participants called for backup over social media.  These fights included as many as 500 people, and resulted in malls being evacauted, closed, and SWAT teams being called out.

What is missing in EVERY SINGLE DESCRIPTION of the mall fights is identifying information about the participants, who are frequently and generically called “teens” or “youth”…  even though those arrested included people over 21.

What CNN and every other news source that covered these fights purposely excludes is the race of the offenders, despite the fact that twitter, facebook and youtube all have videos of the fights, and some of the news articles even include said videos.  The offenders were almost entirely African American children and young adults, thus it was politically incorrect to name the problem.

To address and fix an issue, one must first define the problem accurately.  It is ridiculous that the media misreported these fights as if it were a young person problem, when in fact it is a race problem, just like the fights that rage during 4th of July weekend all over the country.

No One Hacked the Election

NPR is supported by taxpayer dollars, yet spews falsehoods on a regular basis.  Take for example today’s NPR announcement that Barack Obama is sanctioning Russia for “Election Hacking”.

Here is today’s NPR Tweet: “President Obama orders sanctions against Russian intelligence services officials in response to election hacking.”

Not to be outdone, the New York Times’ headline is “Obama Strikes Back at Russia for Election Hacking”.

Newsflash: there was no election hacking.  The DNC’s email was hacked, revealing how its members helped Hillary and undermined Bernie Sanders, effectively rigging the primary.  John Podesta’s email was hacked, which ended up showing America how Hillary and her campaign team plotted and planned, and sometimes even backstabbed each other.

Contrary to NYT & NPR’s wildly inaccurate headlines, no election was hacked.  No votes were changed, no voting machines altered, which would be required for a “hacked election.” Russia accessed some Democrat party official emails, and according the Wikileaks, they didn’t even share them.

As for Wikileaks, wherever they got the emails from, that organization simply exposed the truth, informing the public of the duplicity and unethical behavior of liberals.

This wasn’t the first time NPR conflated hacking emails with “election hacking”.  They lied about it an article earlier this month.

The FBI confirmed that only emails were accessed,  and Secretary Johnson of DHS clearly stated “We see no evidence that hacking by any actor altered the ballot count, or any cyber actions that deprived people of voting,” but facts like that apparently confuse NPR and the New York Times.

Sadly, as a result of these wildly inaccurate media stories, over 52% of Democrats recently polled falsely believe that Russia actually hacked polling machines!

**Update 01/17/2017**

No wonder so many Democrats are under the false impression that Russia changed votes by hacking the election!

From December 8 to January 8, MRC analysts found that journalists on ABC, CBS and NBC repeated this loaded phrase at least 49 times in their morning and evening broadcasts. After blaming the electoral college for Clinton’s loss didn’t work, the media moved on to blur the release of Democratic e-mails with the idea that Russia “hacked the election.”

Presidential Lies

United States Presidents have told some whoppers!

From Bush’s “Read my lips, no new taxes” to “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.  If you like your plan, you can keep your plan.”  That second one was awarded lie of the year, and unfortunately was just one of many from Barack Hussein Obama during the past 8 years.

You would think that someone elected to any political office would have the foresight and intelligence not to spew easily disprovable lies, especially when virtually everything you say is caught on film these days.  Yet politicians and presidents continue to spew obvious falsehoods on an almost daily basis.

We will be taking a look at presidents’ lies quite a bit here… and this category will have quite a few posts going forward.