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EU elite mouthpiece ‘The Local’ reports on Trump’s twitter response, fails to mention Ami Horowitz being attacked…….


 

The Local is an English language based digital newspaper (with multiple independent nation affiliates) which serves as an unnofficial mouthpiece for EU policies and agendas.

 

It’s a highly dishonest news outlet, in that it’s obvious what they promote but nonetheless try to pass themselves off as independent media. They are in every respect, promoters of the EU elite’s agendas. So in regards to the Trump-Sweden kerfuffle, they report on the tweet Trump issued in response to the Swedish ambassador’s request for a further clarification on his original statement in Melbourne Florida (about Sweden).

 

The Local then predictably refuses to touch on exactly what Trump was referring to:

The statement was about documentary director/activist Ami Horowitz being interviewed on Fox TV about being attacked in Malmö Sweden after his film crew ran away upon being surrounded by Muslims/other migrants. This info was at the heart of the tweet which aroused so much ‘controversy’ yet The Local, which took great time and effort to report on the story. Yet, they chose to refrain from mentioning that it was a Jewish American film maker accosted in their fair city that Trump was referring to.

 

NOTE: Read The Local’s piece and decide for yourself. Trump explains more than the The Local ever will.

On Sunday, the US President finally revealed the source of his comments. And rather than being based on top-secret intelligence that the Swedes weren’t privy to, Trump blamed it all on seeing something on Fox news.

Donald Trump explains ‘last night in Sweden’ comment

Donald Trump has taken to Twitter to explain the source of his comments about a supposed serious incident “last night in Sweden” which left Swedes baffled over what he was talking about.

Trump was addressing a campaign-style rally in Florida last Saturday when he launched into a list of places that have been targeted by terrorists.

 

“You look at what’s happening in Germany, you look at what’s happening last night in Sweden. Sweden, who would believe this? Sweden. They took in large numbers. They’re having problems like they never thought possible,” he said.

 

The comment provoked mockery on social media, as Swedes pointed out that it had been a peaceful Friday in the Nordic nation, using the hashtag #LastNightInSweden to make comedy suggestions about what he may have been referring too – including the possibility that someone had opened a can of fermented herring in public.

 

On Sunday, the US President finally revealed the source of his comments. And rather than being based on top-secret intelligence that the Swedes weren’t privy to, Trump blamed it all on seeing something on Fox news.

 

More here.

2 Responses

  1. So on the one hand the media deny that they publish fake news, but now they say that it’s ridiculous for Donald Trump to have used information he got from, er….the media ?

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