When the left talks about fake news, they’re trying to get yours truly banned from the internet. When the rest of the world speaks on the subject, however, the story is a little different.
You see, the mainstream media has been in control of the national narrative for so long that they’ve forgotten what it feels like to actually do journalism. Instead of working toward finding the absolutely truth, the marketing dollars behind media advertising are the only things that dictate which way the story leans. Since all giant corporations are fans of globalism, for the sake of consolidating the number of palms that they need to grease, it is inevitable that television news would lean the to left. The advertisers have deemed it so, and, since they are the only source of revenue for CNN and others, the peon pundits fall in line without much effort.
Some institutions, while leaning, still maintained a bit of credibility, and have resisted the radicalization that we see elsewhere in our media muck. TIME Magazine was, at one point, in that group.
— Britt McHenry (@BrittMcHenry) June 21, 2018
A recent cover of the magazine used the now-famous photograph of a crying child, photoshopped to show her wailing at the President, in order to fight back against the Trump immigration agenda. The obvious manipulation of the photos isn’t what irked us, however, it’s the fact that this young girl was never separated from her mother.
The father of the Honduran girl who became the face of the family separation crisis has revealed that he still has not been in touch with his wife or daughter but was happy to learn they are safe.
Denis Javier Varela Hernandez, 32, said that he had not heard from his wife Sandra, 32, who was with his two-year-old daughter Yanela Denise, for nearly three weeks until he saw the image of them being apprehended in Texas.
In an exclusive interview with DailyMail.com, Hernandez, who lives in Puerto Cortes, Honduras, says that he was told on Wednesday by a Honduran official in the US that his wife and child are being detained at a family residential center in Texas but are together and are doing ‘fine.’
‘You can imagine how I felt when I saw that photo of my daughter. It broke my heart. It’s difficult as a father to see that, but I know now that they are not in danger. They are safer now than when they were making that journey to the border,’ he said.
Just a reminder to everyone, while we’re at it: