A certain left wing propaganda outfit owned by a large globalist conglomerate headquartered in the Washington, D.C. area ran a story with this headline yesterday:
“2 arrests reported from Trump rally in Nashville”
Here’s what the story misses.
Those arrested were not part of the huge crowd of 2,000 pro-Trump supporters.
The man arrested on charges of disorderly conduct (he tried to vandalize motorcycles parked by a group of pro-Trump bikers, according to some reports) was one of about a dozen anti-Trump protesters wearing black face masks and waving flags and banners that could generously be described as “Anti-American.”
He was quickly subdued and arrested by Tennessee State Troopers on the scene.
Word to the wise to anarchist snowflakes: Don’t mess with Tennessee State Troopers . . . or bikers who support President Trump.
The other arrest was a woman who stole some T-shirts from a vendor of pro-Trump merchandise before the rally started, then threw them in a trash can.
She was apprehended and arrested.
The propaganda outlet that ran the story with this headline “wants you to believe these were Trump supporters, so the editors make no effort to include the information that says otherwise. It’s another example of a story that is both factual and misleading,” as one observer noted on Facebook.
“I’d link it but I don’t link to #fakenews,” the observer noted.
(Note: The individuals in the headline image were not the two individuals who were arrested.)