Z3er Lee Evans shared this report from a Puerto Rican citizen who attended an event on October 3 2017 where President Donald Trump handed out food and water to Puerto Rican refugees displaced from their homes by the recent hurricanes. This man’s account of what happened exposes how fake news organizations twist things around to make President Trump look bad.
Lee reports, “A church in Puerto Rico was hosting President Trump during his visit. The fake news showed 2 minutes of a 30-minute video. Here is witness that was present. This clip was sent to me by a college student who lived in Puerto Rico most of his 20 years.”
The following is the English translation:
Between yesterday and today I have received more insults than I ever imagined, simply because I was invited and participated as a volunteer in the activity of Donald Trump’s visit in Puerto Rico. And for that reason, I will speak and publish everything for the benefit of those who speak without really knowing the facts.
Those who only decide to present a part of the facts to justify their hatred and discrimination against Donald Trump, are as abusive as those who humiliate and trample others. The news media that did not publish all the activity in that church, of delivering water, food and awnings to 300 refugees in Puerto Rico during the visit of the President, are just the same as liars and manipulators. And it is the ignorant people who are affected, insulting people like me, who have nothing to do, because they believe a story that is false or incomplete.
The first half hour of Donald Trump at Calvary Chapel in Guaynabo was dedicated to greeting the refugees, distributing food and water to the refugees, speaking with them and taking pictures with them. The last 2 minutes of the activity was when he threw paper towels to those who were behind in the group because they could not get to where the President was to receive water and food. The action of the President was actually because he realized there were many people behind, struggling to reach him and they were not able to obtain anything. Of course, the President wanted to reach them because the activity was to distribute food and water, but he was not going to throw them bottles of water or cans of food, so he threw them paper towels because it would not hurt them. Although it seemed like an act of humiliation of the Puerto Ricans, it was more an act of frustration because the disorganization of the activity. He wanted to reach as many people as possible, but he was hindered. I have photos where he really looks very frustrated with the activity.
I think it was imprudent to throw paper towels at the public because he, as President, had to anticipate that the media would use that against him and people might feel uncomfortable about that action. And so it was, all the media published only the last 2 minutes of the events and hid the first 30 minutes. That’s what Donald Trump calls Fake News, and I have to say that I agree with the President. What was published yesterday by all the media was #FakeNews.
Incomplete information in the news is also fake news. I was there and I can assure you the media did not cover the whole activity, but only the part about the paper towels. Although I am criticized, I will always defend the truth, and more when I have evidence and personal knowledge of the facts. Think whatever you want about me, but I will not lie to have the favor of the people. Trump handed out food and water for half an hour, then threw paper towels for 2 minutes, trying to reach the people behind. That’s the truth. If after knowing this you want to stay with what the manipulative media said, that is your problem.
In a situation like that, what could I do? Even volunteer work was made impossible because of the disorganization. By the way, I have never favored Donald Trump, I have no contracts with the government, and I have no interests to protect. I am a citizen like any other, who went to the activity to be part of that humanitarian event of distributing food and water to 300 refugees, with the President of the USA.
The following 7-minute news clip aired on MSNBC the next morning, October 4, is a great example of a fake news smear campaign. The one-sided group of panelists tear President Trump to shreds, making no mention of what actually happened, according to the eyewitness report.
One of hosts accused President Trump of being out of touch with what his job is and summed up the whole event saying, “This man is disconnected from basic norms of social behavior.”
Another panelist accused the President of only being there for a photo op and characterized the whole event as “truly bizarre.”
The hypocrisy of the mainstream news media is amazing. Everything they’re accusing President Trump of doing is exactly what they’re doing. They’re the ones whose behavior is “truly bizarre” and “disconnected from basic norms of social behavior.” It’s truly bizarre to see a news crew completely ignore the facts while making up their own false narrative. They’re the ones who have disconnected from the basic norms of social behavior, such as honesty, decency, and objectivity in news reporting. They’re the ones who have completely lost touch with what their job is.
Their behavior only makes sense in the larger context of who they work for, the same deep state corporate criminals who have hijacked America’s currency, military industrial complex and intelligence agencies. The goal of these fake news organizations is to please their masters by indoctrinating the American people with lies that serve their interests, not ours. We should not be surprised by their fake news, but we should stop watching it. The smaller their audience, the less ad revenues they earn and the less damage they can do to our future. Even better when we can expose their evil schemes, like this courageous young Puerto Rican man has done.
Author: James Bailey
James Bailey is a blogger, business owner, husband and father of two grown children. In 1982, he surrendered his life to the Lord Jesus Christ. In 2012, he founded Z3news.com to broadcast the message of salvation by reporting end time news before it happens.
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