FAKE NEWS: Newspaper Misleads Readers About Trump Crowd Size
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If you want to know how dishonest the Mainstream Media is — just consider this headline from the Orlando Sentinel: “Hour before Trump in Orlando speech, lines disappear and arena seats remain.”
About an hour before the scheduled start of the #TrumpRallyOrlando, the long lines snaking around the Amway Arena in downtown Orlando were gone, and seats were still available in the building https://t.co/YEXcVPazYB pic.twitter.com/6dhF7f4gJP
— Orlando Sentinel (@orlandosentinel) June 18, 2019
What a disgrace they are to the name of journalism.
Anyone watching President Trump’s campaign speech could see the Amway Center was packed with thousands of cheering Trump supporters.
They tried to imply that the arena was empty. What a pathetic bunch of fake news losers! And just in case the newspaper tries to deny its coverage — I snagged a screenshot:
— toddstarnes (@toddstarnes) June 19, 2019
Here’s what the crowd really looked like:
Donald Trump’s rally tonight… insane. pic.twitter.com/V174mcb1lh
— Caleb Hull (@CalebJHull) June 19, 2019
The HOUSE IS PACKED‼️ pic.twitter.com/XBc7qmUa0E
— Kayleigh McEnany (@kayleighmcenany) June 19, 2019
— Eben Brown (Fox) (@FoxEbenBrown) June 19, 2019
Earlier in the day the newspaper published a blistering editorial board attack on the president.
“We’re here to announce our endorsement for president in 2020, or, at least, who we’re not endorsing: Donald Trump,” they wrote. “Some readers will wonder how we could possibly eliminate a candidate so far before an election, and before knowing the identity of his opponent. Because there’s no point pretending we would ever recommend that readers vote for Trump.”
And there’s no point pretending we would ever recommend that readers trust the fake newsers at the Orlando Sentinel.