The lying, left-wing media is running a coordinated mass hysteria propaganda scheme to try to claim Trump supporters somehow condone violence against the fake news media. They’re pointing to this hilarious video meme (see below) which depicts Trump comically taking out fake news propaganda hubs like HuffPost, CNN and BuzzFeed in a frenetic action sequence from the film “The Kingsman.”
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The same left-wing media that’s feigning mass hysteria over this video said nothing when Kathy Griffin produced and shared a photo meme depicting a bloody, decapitated President Trump. When Hollywood lunatics like Madonna or Johnny Depp call for violence against the White House or the murder of the President, the left-wing media never condemns them. Even worse, the left-wing media almost never highlights the Antifa violence that’s routinely carried out against Trump rally attendees or people wearing MAGA hats.
The important difference in all this is that when leftists advocate violence against Trump, it’s real violence they want to see. But when Trump supporters release hilarious, comical memes like the one shown below, it’s an obvious joke, not a call for actual violence. It’s cartoonish, like the Road Runner vs. Wile E. Coyote.
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