President Donald Trump alleged there are “people that are in the dark shadows” and “some very stupid rich people” funding the left’s activism; the media calls it a conspiracy theory… but is it?
Media slams Trump for a conspiracy theory – but is it?
President Donald Trump made some allegations on Monday, which mainstream media is calling conspiracy theories, but not so fast. Could Trump’s claims be true? Let’s start by reviewing some things everyone knows…
During his 2016 campaign, Donald Trump promised to clean up “the swamp.” Perhaps the swamp isn’t only politicians who have entrenched themselves in DC for years, but the swamp may be the “deep state” itself.
A prime example is people who are members of the Council on Foreign Relations (CFR). Administrations change, but these people seem to stay in place whether it is a Republican or Democrat in the Oval Office. Do they pull the strings behind the scenes?
Even before President Donald Trump’s election, word had circulated that the deep state was trying to prevent his election. They failed. What this group of people delivered was the Russian hoax and the fake dossier, along with questionable activity by members of the FBI. Conspiracy theory? No. Facts.
All these things considered, perhaps President Donald Trump’s interview on Monday with Laura Ingram of Fox should be listened to with an open mind and not be automatically written off as the liberal-leaning mainstream would prefer.
Trump says “very stupid rich people” funding unrest
“We had somebody get on a plane from a certain city this weekend. And in the plane, it was almost completely loaded with thugs, wearing these dark uniforms, black uniforms, with gear and this and that,” Trump said.
Ingram pressed Mr. Trump to reveal who had told him the story, but the president said he would reveal it “sometime.” Trump added that the matter was “under investigation right now.”
“This person was coming to the Republican National Convention and there were like seven people in the plane [with] this person, and then a lot of people were on the plane to do big damage,” insisted Trump. “This is all happening.”
Trump: dark money from secret elites funding protests
Trump went on to allege that “people you’ve never heard of, people in the dark shadows” could be facilitating much of the activism coming from the left, Fox reported.
“The money is coming from some very stupid rich people [who] have no idea that if their thing ever succeeded, which it won’t, they will be thrown to the wolves like you’ve never seen before,” Trump continued.
Biden being controlled?
While not actually quoting exact words from President Trump, Politico reported that Trump alleged these “people in the dark shadows” were pulling the strings of Joe Biden, while NBC reported he said they were controlling the former vice president.
But wait… Media manipulation?
Because these two media outlets did not quote these specific words as coming from the president, one has to wonder whether these mainstream media outlets were possibly manipulating the story about Biden being controlled or whether Trump actually implied it or said it. Fox didn’t mention it whatsoever—why? Is it perhaps because Trump never said it or implied it?