The Dem/media narratives when it comes to the Kyle Rittenhouse case are so deeply ingrained that they keep showing up even now that the trial has ended and the truth came out.
The New York Post’s Miranda Devine spotted yet another example in a Washington Post story about Rittenhouse’s acquittal:
The mendacity of this propaganda outfit is staggering. Even *after* the verdict, the Washington Post still was falsely claiming #kylerittenhouse took a gun “across state lines”. pic.twitter.com/xGGrmI9iI5
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) November 20, 2021
That correction is right at the top of the story now. How long has the Post been covering the Rittenhouse story? Long enough for pushing a false narrative to have become second nature, obviously.
It’s amazing how much they care about borders in this case, huh?
— TDT2 (@TDT216) November 20, 2021
Maybe if they watched the trial or had an actual reporter, they might have learned the facts in the case. Surprised they still didn’t think the victims were black. https://t.co/ZWWAeU2Kyz
— Thomas Frazzini (@FrazziTL) November 20, 2021
“Illegally took a gun across state lines” has been a false narrative favorite among Dems and the media.
Dear Kyle Rittenhouse:
— 🇺🇸 Mike Davis 🇺🇸 (@mrddmia) November 20, 2021
If you haven't heard, the supply of critical thinking in nationally-focused US newsrooms has been affected by the supply chain crunch.#justsaying
— Kurt Weinschenker (@KurtBW_News) November 20, 2021
WaPo hopes for another Pulitzer for their (propaganda) coverage.
— Carl Cottingham (@cottinghamcarl) November 20, 2021
Between this and their previous Steele dossier reporting, there’s been a lot of correcting going on at the Washington Post.
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