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It is quite amazing how the mainstream news media is coming out of the shadows by no longer pretending to be accurate and unbiased in their reporting.
The fact is, there were thousands of people outside who were not allowed to come in, mostly because of the protesters blocking the doors and causing general mayhem. But of course, the news media only focused on those people who had actually been allowed to come inside. It is a common political tactic, used by both Democrats and Republicans in the past, to be the cause of what they then blame the president for doing or for failing to accomplish. This is one reason I have had no respect for either party for a very long time.
None of those at the Tulsa rally were frightened off by covid-19, even though this “threat” was touted far and wide to scare off as many as possible. If any were frightened off, it was because they saw how violent these so-called “protesters” can be and did not want to risk getting killed. Having already seen how they have killed, looted, and burned stores in many cities, many would prefer to watch the rally from the safety of their homes.
It seems that for the first time there were actually empty seats in the stadium. So the media is calling it the “walk of shame.” I wonder if they would say that about the six people who are hired to show up at Biden’s rallies in his basement or in the phone booth in the back alley.
Their fear is showing. If they were so confident in the polls, would they need to skew the facts? If they weren’t so afraid of a Trump victory in November, would they really resort to such violence to prevent people from attending a political rally? What would the media say if a group of Trump supporters prevented Biden’s six supporters from attending his basement rally?
Perhaps the media is not motivated by fear. Perhaps it is just embarrassment.
The Tulsa rally didn’t look much like a walk of shame to me. Here is “Black Conservative Patriot” reporting on the rally with actual footage of the huge, enthusiastic crowd.
Here’s a black man who voted for Hillary in 2016 but is now a Trump supporter.
Here is a Trump rally in London. Yes, the one in the UK. I wonder if the Democrats will fight for their right to vote in our election in November.
Meanwhile, though a multitude of Democrats and Republicans alike have had decades to solve the problems that the black community believes are important, they continue to blame Trump for all of their own failures of the past. A registered Democrat police officer killed George Floyd on May 25, under the authority of a Democrat police chief, a Democrat mayor, and a Democrat governor, but somehow the violent protesters are trying to blame Trump for this. The more they riot and loot Democratic-run cities, the more they blame Trump for the mayhem. The more the Democrat mayors and governors allow violence to occur, the more they blame Trump.
There were many shootings in Chicago, New York, Minneapolis, and other Democrat cities over the past weekend, thanks mainly to the mayors who have tied the hands of police. Most of the victims are black, of course. Their lives don’t seem to matter any more than the millions of black babies that the abortionists murder every year.
There are two main solutions to the problem being set forth this year, depending on who you ask. One solution is to ban guns; the other is to ban Democrats from holding office as mayor.
Let me remind everyone that false accusation is still a sin, even if it is politically motivated. These accusations will come back on their own heads, if God chooses to bring judgment. See Deuteronomy 19:16, 17, 18, 19. (I suspect that we have already entered into the time of divine judgment.)