. . . then the general public would believe Obama is a crack-smoking gay man.
Recently, New York Magazine ran a long, in-depth and lurid story by a woman named E. Jean Carroll who claimed President Trump forcibly raped her in the mid 1990s:
“The moment the dressing-room door is closed, he lunges at me, pushes me against the wall, hitting my head quite badly, and puts his mouth against my lips. I am so shocked I shove him back and start laughing again. He seizes both my arms and pushes me up against the wall a second time, and, as I become aware of how large he is, he holds me against the wall with his shoulder and jams his hand under my coat dress and pulls down my tights.
I am astonished by what I’m about to write: I keep laughing. The next moment, still wearing correct business attire, shirt, tie, suit jacket, overcoat, he opens the overcoat, unzips his pants, and, forcing his fingers around my private area, thrusts his penis halfway — or completely, I’m not certain — inside me. It turns into a colossal struggle. I am wearing a pair of sturdy black patent-leather four-inch Barneys high heels, which puts my height around six-one, and I try to stomp his foot. I try to push him off with my one free hand — for some reason, I keep holding my purse with the other — and I finally get a knee up high enough to push him out and off and I turn, open the door, and run out of the dressing room.”
Other prominent media outlets picked up the story and ran with it, including New Yorker, New York Times, Vanity Fair, CBS News and Vox.
CNN even brought this lady on to speak with Anderson Cooper, hoping that she would at long last give them the story they had been so desperately seeking to bring down Donald Trump’s Presidency. But things went off the rails quickly:
“Carroll began by saying that she didn’t feel like a victim, arguing that she hadn’t been “thrown on the ground and ravished.”
“The word ‘rape’ carries so many sexual connotations,” Carroll explained. “This was not sexual. It just … it hurt … it just was …”
Cooper interrupted then, saying, “I think most people think of rape as a … it is a violent assault, it is not sexual.”
Carroll, nodding her head, fired back, “I think most people think of rape as being sexy. Think of the fantasies.”
Anderson Cooper quickly realized the woman was a nutcase and cut to commercials. You can watch the bizarre scene for yourself:
Cooper knew within 30 seconds that the whole thing was a debacle.
CNN also spent months engaged in wild speculation about Trump’s alleged affair with pornstar Stormy Daniels, and that somehow Trump’s alleged payment of “hush money” to Daniels constituted some sort of high crime that could eventually lead to his impeachment. We all remember this well:
“Last August, former Trump attorney Michael Cohen pleaded guilty to a variety of offenses, including campaign contribution violations. He told a federal court in New York that he had arranged payments to Daniels (whose real name is Stephanie Clifford) and former Playboy model Karen McDougal at Trump’s direction. In November, he also pleaded guilty to lying to Congress.
In their sentencing memorandum, prosecutors drew attention to the payments, leading observers to speculate that they would try to indict the president on campaign finance violations.
Michael Avenatti, Daniels’s attorney at the time, told NPR in August: “Donald Trump is either going to resign. He’s going to be removed from office by impeachment, or I’m going to beat him in 2020.”
However, in January 2018, Stormy Daniels herself publicly admitted that she had never had a sexual affair with Trump:
“Stormy Daniels released a new statement, in which she shockingly denies ever having a sexual affair with Donald Trump even though she gave an on the record interview already claiming that she did.
Did they or didn’t they?! Stormy Daniels, 38, is now denying that she had sex with the current Commander-in-Chief, Donald Trump, 71, in 2006 and conducted an 11-month affair with him, even though she gave a detailed interview to InTouch magazine, in which she detailed their alleged affair. The former porn star issued a new statement, obtained by TMZ on Jan. 30 in which she claims that she and Trump have both denied the alleged affair multiple times. She also alleges that she is not changing her story because she received $130,000 in compensation. “I am not denying this affair because I was paid ‘hush money’ as has been reported in overseas owned tabloids,” the statement reads. “I am denying this affair because it never happened.”
Huh? I thought this alleged affair was going to bring down the President? CNN spent months on end giving Stormy Daniels’ claims extensive coverage, basically making the story the centerpiece of their programming for a prolonged period.
And don’t even get me started about the whole “Russian collusion” business. It was outlandish and unbelievable from the start, and it originated from the Clinton Campaign itself, yet the entire media establishment treated it as if it was the most legitimate news story ever for over two years.
There have been other wild claims made against Donald Trump over the past few years, all of which have fallen apart, but the common theme is that the supposedly respectable, professional media outlets have taken them all seriously and presented them to viewers as if they were probably true.
In their eyes, it’s a win-win for them: if the wild claims somehow turn out to be true, then they bring down their most hated enemy, Donald Trump. If the wild claims turn out to be nonsense, then they quickly move on and pretend they never covered the story, never suffering any consequences for their recklessness, with the silver lining being that many Americans will have at least heard of the #FakeNews allegations and believe them to be true.
The media frequently runs false accusations about Trump that quickly fall apart, and they do this because they know more people will see the blaring headlines than will see the quiet retractions. This is how they fill people’s heads with lies–lies they want people to believe.
I call this practice “‘If true’ journalism,” whereby the media repeats baseless yet explosive claims about Trump and attempts to cover its collective ass by adding in the little caveat “if true” after the claims. They can repeat any sensational claim about Trump and then deny that they were pushing lies by pointing out the “if true” caveat they included.
Putting “if true” behind every outrageous allegation about Trump makes it so the media can’t be accused of spreading lies, even though no self-respecting journalist would ever run an “if true” story.
Thus, we have millions of brainwashed Americans who falsely believe that Trump has done all of this stuff simply because they Saw It On The News.
But what if the media treated Barack Obama this way? What if, instead of ignoring all the outlandish and explosive claims made about and against him, thus relegating them to only gain any traction at tabloids like National Enquirer and The Globe, the media took every one of them seriously and gave them extensive air time? Remember, CNN was fixated on the Stormy Daniels story for months and the Russian collusion hoax for years.
Well, then, as I said above, people would believe Obama is a crack-smoking homosexual.
Larry Sinclair is a gay man from Chicago who in 2008 came forward with numerous allegations about Obama’s supposed gay past in Chicago prior to being elected to the Senate in 2004. He also said Obama used crack-cocaine in his presence.
Sinclair gave an hour-long press conference on the matter:
Now, I don’t expect you all to watch the full hour-long video. But if you just watch Sinclair for a few minutes, despite the fact that he admits early on he’s a convicted felon, you should at least be able to agree that he comes off as more believable than obvious nutcases like E. Jean Carroll, who CNN felt deserved a platform on their network to share her claims about Trump.
Sinclair, like Carroll, wrote a book about his allegations. Sinclair’s book about Obama was entitled “Barack Obama & Larry Sinclair: Cocaine, Sex, Lies & Murder?” It’s available on Amazon still to this day.
But unlike Carroll, Larry Sinclair was not given any coverage from the supposed “mainstream” media. He was ignored, brushed aside and quickly forgotten.
And Sinclair wasn’t the only one to claim Obama was gay:
“A prominent member of Chicago’s homosexual community claims Barack Obama’s participation in the “gay” bar and bathhouse scene was so well known that many who were aware of his lifestyle were shocked when he ran for president and finally won the White House.
“It was preposterous to the people I knew then to think Obama was going to keep his gay life secret,” said Kevin DuJan, who was a gossip columnist in Chicago for various blogs when Obama was living in the city as a community organizer and later a state senator.
“Nobody who knew Obama in the gay bar scene thought he could possibly be president,” said DuJan.
DuJan, founder and editor of the Hillary Clinton-supporting website HillBuzz.org, told WND he has first-hand information from two different sources that “Obama was personally involved in the gay bar scene.”
“If you just hang out at these bars, the older guys who have been frequenting these gay bars for 25 years will tell you these stories,” DuJan said. “Obama used to go to the gay bars during the week, most often on Wednesday, and they said he was very much into older white guys.” Obama, DuJan said, is “not heterosexual and he’s not bisexual. He’s homosexual.”
Investigative journalist Wayne Madsen, who worked with the National Security Agency from 1984 to 1988 as a Navy intelligence analyst, confirmed DuJan’s claims.
“It is common knowledge in the Chicago gay community that Obama actively visited the gay bars and bathhouses in Chicago while he was an Illinois state senator,” Madsen told WND.
DuJan said that during Obama’s first presidential campaign, “there was fear in the gay community” about talking openly about Obama being homosexual, particularly after the murder in December 2007 of Donald Young, the openly gay choir director at Jeremiah Wright’s Trinity United Church of Christ, who was known to be a close friend of Obama.”
If the media had applied the same standard to these claims about Obama as it does to wild allegations about Trump, then Larry Sinclair, Kevin DuJan and Wayne Madsen would have become household names back in the late 2000s.
If the media treated all the claims about Obama like they treat the claims about Trump, Americans would believe Obama is gay.
Not only that, but they would believe Michelle Obama was born a man because Joan Rivers said so in 2014:
“You can count on Joan Rivers to say something controversial, even when asked about a good deed.
The comedian called President Obama gay and the First Lady a “tranny” during an on-the-street interview filmed earlier this week.
The 81-year-old was asked about officiating an impromptu gay wedding at her New York City book signing Monday, followed by a question about whether she thinks the U.S. will first see a gay president or woman president. “We already have it with Obama, so let’s just calm down,” the TV host responded.
Before walking away from the reporter, Rivers said “You know Michelle is a tranny.” When asked to confirm her eyebrow-raising statement, she said, “A transgender. We all know. It’s okay.”
There’s video of Rivers saying this, although it wasn’t easy to find on YouTube for some reason:
Now why didn’t the major mainstream media outlets give Joan Rivers an abundance of airtime and coverage to discuss her shocking claims?
Part of it is that the media simply had no interest in doing so, but an equally important part of it is that Joan Rivers was dead just two months after making this shocking remark! She died during a routine endoscopy surgery, after which her family sued the hospital for medical malpractice:
“The family of Joan Rivers has settled a medical malpractice suit against the New York City clinic where the comedian died.
“In accepting this settlement, I am able to put the legal aspects of my mother’s death behind me and ensure that those culpable for her death have accepted responsibility for their actions quickly and without equivocation,” said her daughter Melissa Rivers in a statement on Thursday.
Joan Rivers died Sept. 4, 2014, at age 81. The comedian’s death came days after she stopped breathing after undergoing a routine endoscopy at Yorkville Endoscopy in Manhattan.
Melissa Rivers filed the suit in 2015 in State Supreme Court in Manhattan, alleging that the doctors performed unauthorized medical procedures, as they were caught taking a selfie with the Fashion Police star while she was under anesthesia.
Melissa Rivers’ attorneys Ben Rubinowitz and Jeff Bloom did not disclose the amount of the settlement, but said they wanted to “make certain that the focus of this horrific incident remains on improved patient care and the legacy of Joan Rivers,” according to the Associated Press.
The lawsuit alleged that doctors at the clinic mishandled Rivers’ procedure by performing a laryngoscopy on her vocal cords without consent, instead of an endoscopy. According to the AP, the suit claimed that when an anesthesiologist expressed concern over what the procedure would do to her ability to breathe, she was told that she was being “paranoid.”
The official cause of Joan Rivers’ death was that she died because the doctors had cut off the oxygen supply to her brain. So much for being “paranoid.”
An accident during a routine surgery not long after Rivers said on-camera that Obama is gay and Michelle is a tranny?
It shouldn’t be a surprise that many people started asking questions about whether her death–which her doctor has even said was “100% preventable“–had anything to do with her remarks about the Obamas.
So why didn’t Joan Rivers Truthers get primetime slots on CNN to discuss the matter? Why was Anderson Cooper not taking seriously the claims that the Obamas had Joan Rivers killed for exposing the truth about them?
It’s a rhetorical question. We all know the answer. The media was determined to make Barack Obama President and had his back the whole time.
Now, am I saying all this stuff about the Obamas is true? No, that’s not my point here. I don’t know whether any of it is true or not.
My point is to illustrate the staggering degree to which Democrats are shielded by the press contrasted to the way Trump is automatically presumed guilty of just about any allegation against him no matter how outlandish and unfounded.
Millions of Americans believe Trump is a Russia-colluding rapist simply because the media wants them to believe it. Conversely, very few Americans believe that Obama is a gay man and Michelle Obama is a transgender because the media does not want them to believe so.