Media Are Lying To American People About ‘Peaceful Demonstrators,’ AG Barr Says

On Sunday, AG Bill Barr told Mark Levin that the media is lying to America (So what else is new) about the riots taking place all across America.  They keep calling them mostly peaceful even though there have been about 550 riots in the past three months. Minneapolis alone has suffered $550 million in damages from the rioters. Portland has had 100 consecutive nights of rioting.

Barr said:

“Anyone with eyes can see what’s happening. They see the violence, they see these groups of agitators in their black outfits, with their helmets and their shields which incidentally have a hammer and sickle on them most of the time, rushing the police, causing violence, throwing rocks — people showing up with the rocks and the frozen bottles.”

“It’s a lie. The American people are being told a lie by the media.”

“There’s no real story of what happened. It’s just everyone has their own narrative and you get to where the press can justify presenting a story that doesn’t really correspond to objective truth — but it’s our narrative."

Bar told Levin that the press cannot be trusted as they hide the bad from it's viewers in an effort to control their reactions as they embellish the not so bad. Just look how hard they work trying to make Dementia Joe appear sane. That is the hardest job in America since defending of the Alamo. I wouldn't even want to try it myself no matter what it pays.

From The Daily Caller

CNN analyst Van Jones recently faulted the Democratic Party for ignoring the “economic devastation” created by the riots across America.

An August Gallup poll revealed that Americans across racial lines are overwhelmingly opposed to violent protests though supportive of peaceful ones. Another recent poll indicated that 77% of Americans are “concerned” about the spike in violent crime in American cities.




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