Trump did not “mock” a disabled man!
The media could not possibly become more loathsome. The Washington Post’s latest ugliness was to exploit the disability of a newspaper reporter in order to smear the Republican nominee for president. This is the least surprising part of the story, the Post lied about it. So the Washington Post EXPOSED and is actually the one whose exploiting and making fun of their own journalist employee!
This demonstrates that the Washington Post is aware of evidence existing that contradicts their conclusions, and that they are willfully attempting to hide it from their readers. If Borchers and WaPo were honest and truly wanted to report ALL of the evidence for and against and let the readers decide, they would have to include the video of Kovaleski and the video of Trump impersonating a flustered General and a flustered Cruz. Any objective report would include both evidence for and against a certain interpretation of the Trump video.
However, as we have seen, WaPo is not interested in the truth or being objective. The have one sole objective and that is to stop Donald Trump from becoming president. They will apparently stoop to every level of dishonesty including the hiding of facts and evidence from their readers to create the appearance of a story that hurts Trump’s chances among voters. Fortunately, for the public and for the sake of the truth, we are here to expose WaPo’s dishonesty and provide the public with ALL of the facts and both sides of the story so they can decide for themselves.
Washington Post EXPOSED
The media’s most successful lie about Donald Trump is that he mocked a man for being disabled.
It was perfectly obvious that Trump was not mimicking any disability that Serge Kovaleski has, but no one had the smoking gun to prove that the media were lying and knew they were lying. Until Now!
A group called Catholics 4 Trump has posted a video clip of another part of that same speech, in which Trump imitates a flustered general. Guess what? He does the exact same arm flailing.
In another speech, Trump pretended to be a timorous Ted Cruz. Again, he does the exact same arm flailing.
Neither the general nor Cruz is disabled.
If a jury ever saw these videos, it would acquit Trump immediately. Trump’s impression of a groveling reporter is just like his imitation of a groveling general and just like his imitation of a groveling U.S. senator. He’s like Rich Little that way: All his impressions look the same.
Perhaps Trump is not a subtle actor, but he’s utterly innocent of making fun of a person with a disability.
Now consider the media’s role in manufacturing, and then protecting, this lie. Reporters were at Trump’s speech. They were filming it. They saw him do the identical imitation of a general during that same speech.
The media knows, that Trump does the arm-waving routine when he’s pretending to be a flustered person. But they never allowed the public to see the clip of Trump doing the same imitation of a general.
Washington Post EXPOSED! That is proof that the media knew they were lying.
And isn’t it curious that in the midst of the frenzy over Trump’s allegedly mocking a disabled reporter, you’ve never seen the reporter interviewed? Why don’t they show us Serge, so that the public can gasp in horror and say, Why, Trump’s imitation is the spitting image of Serge Kovaleski!
The reason the media won’t show an interview with Serge is that if you ever saw him speaking, it would be blindingly obvious that Trump’s imitation isn’t in the same universe as Serge’s affliction. Serge speaks perfectly calmly. He does not twitch, jerk or flail his arms.
The absence of a current Serge interview is the dog that didn’t bark. The only reason you will never see anything but a still photo of Serge is so that the media can trick the public into believing he has something like cerebral palsy.
In fact, his disability is almost the exact opposite of what Trump was doing: Serge has arthrogryposis, which locks his wrists in place, actually preventing movement.
We also have proof that the media know they are lying about Trump mocking a disabled man. In the “Comments” section to a Washington Post article pushing this lie, someone posted a perfectly respectful response that included the Catholics 4 Trump videos, of Trump doing the exact same imitation of a general and of Serge being interviewed. The Post deleted the comment, and pronto!
Why did the Post instantly remove those videos from the “Comments” section? To hide the evidence of its lying.
That’s consciousness of guilt. The Post couldn’t allow anyone to see those videos because then everyone would see that this is how Trump imitates any frightened person. Trump did not “mock” a disabled man.
None of the media’s other hysterical anti-Trump campaigns are getting any traction. Trump said a Hispanic judge was biased against him? It’s hard for people to be outraged when our entire justice system is premised on the idea that all-white juries can’t be trusted to deliver fair verdicts to black defendants.
Trump criticized a Gold Star dad? Yes, but that Gold Star dad also happened to be a snarling Muslim who took the stage at the Democratic National Convention in order to viciously lecture Trump, saying he has no right to venture opinions because his kid didn’t die in Iraq. Khizr Khan isn’t exactly a baby seal.
Of all things Trump has been accused of, the claim that he made fun of a person with a disability is the only one that has hurt him, and justly so, if it were true. But now we know it was a big, fat, intentional lie by our guardians of truth and justice in the media.
Thus the true story is as follows: Donald Trump embarrassed the media by finding the 9/11 Washington Post article. The media found the reporter who tried to backtrack. Trump impersonated the reporter backtracking. Media points out the reporter is disabled, but only releases still photos of his flexed hand. Public assumes from Trump’s impersonation and being told by the media that he is mocking a disabled man who the reporter must not be able to control his arms and Trump is a dirt-bag who hates the disabled. In reality muscle spasms or involuntary arm movements are not part of the reporter’s disability. Therefore Trump could not be mocking a disability that doesn’t exist.
This is just another ploy, by the Mega Media, to stop Trump at any cost! But its pretty low when you accuse a man of such a disgraceful act, and you know you are lying! Just another Lie from the Media who is bought and paid for, by the Elite in Washington! Washington Post EXPOSED and we all knew the truth.