Every Propaganda Machine story being put out in the past three weeks has been crafted to target a segment of Trump’s base in what is a blatant attempt to drive a wedge between the President and his suit of armor; his loyal followers.
The most disgusting example of this was the Left’s politicalization of the death of four Special Forces in Niger.
Wannabe rodeo clown Frederica Wilson (D Rep.-FL) has shuffled her cartoon visage before cameras to say President Trump has dissed the family of slain soldier, La David Johnson.
According to Deadline Hollywood, Wilson states that she was in a car with the pregnant widow of Johnson on the way to the funeral for her slain husband, when the President called. The lying congresswoman, who has used the last 10 months to call for Trump’s impeachment, said the President was put on speakerphone (apparently) and said in so many words at one point, “I’m sure he knew what he was signed up for, but when it happens, it hurts anyway.”
Even if this is an accurate quote, which Trump says he has proof that it is not, it is not the same as the Leftist smear of soldiers as baby killers during the 1960s and 1970s.
Upon hearing the smear and ruthless attempt at angering Trump’s support among the military and veterans, the President fired off a tweet that said, “Democrat Congresswoman totally fabricated what I said to the wife of a soldier who died in action (and I have proof). Sad!”
Since her initial claim, Wilson has back-tracked her comments a bit, evidently realizing that she had outright lied.
It would be nice to see her cartoonish-self kicked out of Congress, leaving her free to work at a small town rodeo, where she belongs.
A Gold Star dad who lost his son, Army Staff Sgt. Dustin Wright, in the Niger attack is quoted as saying Trump’s call to him was vastly different.
According to the Lutchman Report, “Trump called him a few weeks after his son’s death and he is breaking his silence to set the media and Frederica Wilson straight.”
Dustin’s father is quoted as saying:
“He [Trump] talked to me about the loss of my son and how he served with honor and dignity and he just wanted to give me a call to thank me. I told him the kind of man Dustin was. We talked about his deployment. We got troops out there with no air cover. There are still teams in the country. That was the main point that was the conversation. The tone was great. His comments were appropriate.”
Of course they were. It is Wilson’s that were disgusting.
Mr. Wright went on to say:
“I’ll say it: my son knew what he signed up for. He signed up to be a green beret. He had no illusions about what that meant. My son came from a military family with a tradition that dates back to 1812. He fully knew what it means to serve and the risk involved.”
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