The Fake News Media is living in an entirely different reality than the rest of America.
They truly don’t care about everyday people.
And one fake news journalist just offended every World War II veteran with one claim about rioters.
While American cities across the country are burning, the Fake News Media is working overtime to justify their actions.
They will do anything to blame the violent activities of Black Lives Matter and Antifa on anybody besides the perpetrators.
In doing so, they have even gone so-far to compare Antifa militants, who are violent communists and anarchists, to World War II veterans who fought and died to defeat the Nazis.
But that isn’t even their most offensive comparison to World War II.
Andrew Feinberg is a “journalist” for Newsweek along with the London-based Independent newspaper.
In an article in the Independent, he went so far as to compare those who were violently protesting in front of the White House to those who died during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
“Like December 7, 1941, Americans will remember the first day of June 2020 as the date of a sneak attack against their countrymen, but while that 78-year-old atrocity was perpetrated by a foreign government, this one came from within,” Feinberg wrote.
He continues, seemingly comparing President Trump to the Japanese military who launched the horrific attack that killed 2,400 Americans.
“That afternoon, as hundreds of Americans protested peacefully outside the gates of the mansion that has been home to Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln, and Franklin Roosevelt, its current occupant was plotting,” he continued. “That man, Donald Trump, was incensed by media reports which revealed how he’d reacted to the appearance of a few hundred demonstrators outside the White House gates on Friday.”
The Americans who died during the attack on Pearl Harbor were American heroes who were fighting for their country.
Rioters in Washington, D.C. and across the country are militants fighting against their own country.
Those rioters launched attacks on U.S. monuments, including the Lincoln Memorial, along with attempting to burn down the historic St. Johns Church directly outside the White House.
Any attempt to compare the two events is a disgrace and should offend every proud American.
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