Now this is classic!
A President Trump supporter from none other than the great state of Texas is using billboard space to slam the “fake news” network that is ABC over its coverage of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Kyle Courtney of Boerne, Texas, placed an ad saying he had grown up with ABC News but has been down by what the network has turned into by reporting such fake news as the so-called Russian Collusion narrative the Democrats conjured up in order to remove a sitting president.
According to Patriot Journal the billboard reads, “ABC News: I grew up with you. We are through. The Russians didn’t elect Donald Trump. I did.”
Boerne man renounces ABC News, shows support for Trump with large billboard pic.twitter.com/GqwuTcA5nw
— Pamela Moore (@Pamela_Moore13) June 22, 2017
And the best part of this whole thing is if you actually take the time to try to access the twitter picture you find this.
It appears the billboard has upset the Twitter overseers!
In a statement to San Antonio Texas’ NBC affiliate, Courtney said, “ABC News was the only channel I watched as a child growing up in Texas but I think they have lost touch with America and forgotten the working man,”
Courtney then had an awesome takedown of the media by accusing them of acting in coordination with the Hillary Clinton campaign during the 2016 presidential election.
“Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign was funded by the Clinton Foundation in close coordination with the media, and now we’re seeing them try to fix what they couldn’t fix during the election,” Courtney said. “They are doing everything they can, night after night, to create narratives and sway people’s direction to impeach Donald Trump.”
The billboard has been confirmed to remain up for two months.
This is exactly what the media doesn’t understand yet. We the people have figured out their game and we won’t be playing it anymore. Ever since the far left liberal Walter Cronkite, who had the ear of most of American during the 60’s negligently said on his 3rd rate news/propaganda show that the Vietnam War was lost the mainstream media took it upon themselves to form public opinion rather than just report the news. And although it took the American people 50 years, and an outsider as their president to understand, they aren’t having it anymore.
Make America Great Again and don’t let the Democrat lapdog media dictate the agenda anymore!
Here is more on Cronkite via Accuracy in Media:
“It is wrong to speak ill of the d**d. On the other hand, it is an insult to the intelligence of the American people to pretend that Walter Cronkite was the “voice of God” and “universally credible,” as Mara Liasson put it on Fox News Sunday. The terrible truth is that Walter Cronkite symbolized liberal media bias and used that bias with disastrous consequences for our nation and the world. His latest cause was world government and the destruction of American sovereignty.
We found out after his retirement that he was not only a liberal, which was evident from his broadcasts, but a one-worlder. In appearances before the World Federalist Association, which favors world government financed by global taxes, he called for the U.S. to renounce “some of its sovereignty” and pass a series of United Nations treaties-many of which are now being pushed in the Senate by President Barack Obama. Cronkite called for an “international Liberty Bell.”
He called for Senate ratification of the Treaty to Ban Land Mines, the Law of the Sea Treaty, the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, the Convention to Eliminate All Forms of Discrimination Against Women, and the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Most important, he said, we should sign and ratify the Treaty for a Permanent International Criminal Court, which would violate U.S. constitutional rights by enabling foreign judges to prosecute American citizens and imprison them in foreign jails. Cronkite was determined to use the U.N. and its treaties to inhibit the ability of the U.S. to act in its own national security interests.
One of Cronkite’s appearances, where he accepted a “Global Governance” award, is available on video, at an event which featured the wife of then-U.N. boss Kofi Annan and a video from then-First Lady Hillary Clinton. The same “Global Governance” award had also been given to former Time magazine columnist Strobe Talbott, another advocate of world government, later a top State Department official in the Clinton Administration and subsequently named as a “special contact” of the Russian intelligence service by a Russian spy. Talbott now runs the liberal Brookings Institution.
In 1988, seven years after his retirement as anchorman of the CBS Evening News, Cronkite addressed a left-wing People for the American Way conference and denounced President Reagan for the “unilateral” military actions in Grenada, when the U.S. military evicted a communist gang, and Libya, when Reagan ordered a military strike in retaliation for the acts of terrorism against Americans. Cronkite despised Reagan’s peace-through-strength policies and said that the smartest president he ever met was Jimmy Carter.
Later, Cronkite denounced Operation Iraqi Freedom and attacked the Bush administration for its “arrogance.”
His role in the Vietnam defeat is being reported as if it were a highlight of his career. Yet, his misreporting helped create the conditions for a premature U.S. military withdrawal, leading to the loss of the lives of 58,000 Americans in vain, not to mention the millions of additional deaths caused in Vietnam and Cambodia by the Communists. Cronkite’s public verdict that the 1968 Tet offensive was a “defeat” for the U.S. is widely seen as a turning point in American support for the war. Cronkite falsely claimed that the Vietcong had held the American embassy for six hours and that the offensive “went on for two months.” The facts show that Tet was actually a major defeat for the communist enemy.
Accuracy in Media founder and longtime AIM Report editor Reed Irvine noted that Cronkite “contributed a great deal to our defeat in Vietnam.”
Beyond Vietnam, Cronkite got it wrong on one of the big issues-freedom versus Soviet communism. In the 1974 book, TV and National Defense, Dr. Ernest Lefever examined how CBS News programs for two years had covered national security issues and concluded that the news organization was “an active advocate of several national defense positions which were frequently critical of U.S. policy, and usually from a perspective that implied or called for a lesser military commitment and lower defense expenditures.”
In 1972, for instance, the CBS Evening News aired nearly 1,400 presentations supporting the dovish view. Contrary or hawkish positions were aired only 79 times.