Fabricated Outrage Inc.: Baltimore and the Squad

Recently the left has been up in arms about supposedly “racist” tweets of President Trump’s as well as comments made about Elija Cummings district in Baltimore. These are completely fabricated outrages, or to quote Mark Levin, “pseudo-events”.

Let’s start with the Tweets as quoted from Vox:

He said nothing of race. He spoke of countries, not a specific demographic of people from those countries. How is that racist? The answer, of course, is that it’s not racist.

If it’s the use of harsh words like “infested,” why is it that when Elija Cummings said Baltimore is Drug-infested, that wasn’t considered racist by the media?

President Trump doesn’t cower at a little criticism. If he makes a statement, he stands by it. Shortly after the tweet outrage occurred he doubled down on his statements. “If they don’t like it here they can leave.”

Now on to Baltimore. President Trump called Elija Cummings district in Baltimore rat-infested. It’s a statement that can either be proven or disproven. After President Trump made the statement (Tweet), all eyes were on Baltimore.

From NPR:

Maryland leaders and residents are condemning a series of tweets by President Trump on Saturday that attacked Rep. Elijah Cummings and derided the black congressman’s district as “a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess.”

With all eyes scrutinizing Baltimore we’ve found President Trump’s statements to be true. Even as the news was reporting a rat photobombed the shot.

It’s a fallacy that pointing out the negative aspects of a predominately (pick your demographic) local or country is racist. If the country is what it’s being accused of being, the race of the people there doesn’t matter. Anyone that makes it about race is racist or at a minimum trying to invoke racism.

President Trump has never made mention of race or skin color in his criticisms. He doesn’t discriminate. He criticizes Nancy Pelosi and Elizabeth Warren just for a couple of examples of many.

The “racist” narrative is not new. Since President Trump. The media and Hollywood started the whole racism narrative as soon as he implemented the travel ban from countries that have a high terrorism threat. What the fake news left out, intentionally, was that Barack Obama came up with the list of countries that were a threat, in 2015, before he left the office.

From National Review:

Donald Trump has not been afraid to take on the media, which is why they despise him so. These pseudo-events will continue to happen until we can break the bias of the Democrat Party Media.

Isaiah 29:16
“Surely your turning of things upside down shall be esteemed as the potter’s clay: for shall the work say of him that made it, He made me not? or shall the thing framed say of him that framed it, He had no understanding?”