Eight Anti-Trump Narratives The Media Finally Had To Admit Were False All Along

Less than a year after former President Donald Trump left office, it turns out a lot of the narratives pushed by corporate media and politicians have turned out to be exactly what Trump said they were: “fake news.”

Here are some of the biggest anti-Trump theories, debunked.

Trump ordered protesters to be tear-gassed for a photo-op

“Just an unbelievable use of military and police force to clear out Lafayette Park of protesters for a photo op at St John’s Episcopal Church,” CNN’s Chief Domestic Correspondent Jim Acosta tweeted on June 1, 2020.

Just an unbelievable use of military and police force to clear out Lafayette Park of protesters for a photo op at St John’s Episcopal Church. pic.twitter.com/ue7eCb6ZEM

— Jim Acosta (@Acosta) June 1, 2020

“He’s using the American military against the American people,” Biden tweeted in part.

He’s using the American military against the American people.

He tear-gassed peaceful protesters and fired rubber bullets.

For a photo.

For our children, for the very soul of our country, we must defeat him. But I mean it when I say this: we can only do it together. https://t.co/G1yE67q9Nz

— Joe Biden (@JoeBiden) June 2, 2020

Democrats Speaker of the House

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