A Tale Of Two Videos – Media Ignores Real Violence, Freaks Out over Fake Violence

The video above was shot in Minneapolis last week. As you can see, some MAGA-hat wearing thugs leaving a white supremacist rally make an unprovoked attack on some peaceful, law-abiding Antifas who were just standing around outside.

Media Reaction: None

Down below you can see a remix video that someone made from a scene in the Kingsman movie. But instead of some rural Protestant churchgoers being slaughtered, the obviously fake video now depicts Donald Trump killing journalists.

Media Reaction: Freakout

Why was the real violence ignored while the fake violence caused a media loosing of feces? Narratives, man, narratives. The real violence in the first video does not fit the official narrative that Trump and Trump’s supporters are responsible for all political violence. The second video fits the narrative.

Not to mention that the real violence was committed against social outcasts (as was the violence in the original Kingsman movie) while the fake video depicts members of the best, brightest and coolest caste as victims.

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102 Responses to A Tale Of Two Videos – Media Ignores Real Violence, Freaks Out over Fake Violence

  1. mcnorman says:

    Carpe Donktum has just been suspended on twatter.

  2. Myiq2xu™ says:

  3. Angie says:

  4. Myiq2xu™ says:

    How did edited footage from a Kentucky gun range get aired on ABC as actual war footage from Syria? (The video was edited to remove crowd of onlookers)

    • DandyTIger says:

      Best part, ABC says they have a reporter on the ground in Syria who “witnessed” the event.

    • DeniseVB says:

      There was a video of a mom juggling her “dead” baby for the cameras. Alyssa Big Boobs had a meltdown on twitter over that. It was fake too. Well, according to a coroner who studied that video, baby was too pink, no physical trauma dirt on her, and was blinking her eyes. Baby was drugged.

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  8. helenk3 says:

    https://www.military.com/daily-news/2019/10/14/soldier-dies-10-years-after-being-shot-head-while-looking-bowe-bergdahl.html?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1571068952

    I want the man remembered and never forgotten. when someone starts spouting off on how great backtrack was as president , think of this man and the insult to him from backtrack

    • DeniseVB says:

      Such a sad ending to a brave soldier just doing his job….under Obama. Obama’s legacy of death continues. Several other soldiers died on that mission.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Bookworm had a great column recently debunking all the “poor Kurds” nonsense. Seems there’s several factions of them too.

      • taw46 says:

        Yes, there are. And you can’t tell which Kurds are the good guys.

        • Myiq2xu™ says:

          Just because they are smiling and friendly now doesn’t mean they won’t kill you later. This applies to everybody on the planet. People are always nice when they want something from you. How they treat you when you have nothing to give them is the real test.

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  10. helenk3 says:

    https://www.sfchronicle.com/politics/article/California-opens-state-boards-to-undocumented-14517946.php

    what the hell????? California is one of the most beautiful states in the union but they sure get some whacky pols

    • DeniseVB says:

      Aren’t you glad you moved to Florida? 😀 We have never regretted leaving in the late 70’s, and we lived in Coronado.

      • helenk3 says:

        I do miss the weather and it is a beautiful state,but I do not miss the crazy. But there are some good people that it was my pleasure to meet

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        I’ve been here all my life and it keeps getting worse. Lately, it is accelerating, like coasting down a hill on a skateboard. Eventually, you are going so fast you can’t jump off – you have to try to ride it out.

  11. lyn says:

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  14. Myiq2xu™ says:

    The GQ cover makes me want to subscribe to the magazine just so I can cancel my subscription.

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    • lyn says:

      The McCains have weighed in on it too. These anti-Trumpers are nuts.

    • lyn says:

      Mrs. Betty Bowers @BettyBowers 20h20 hours ago
      Replying to @yashar

      The MAGA cult fantasizes about Donald Trump being Dylann Roof murdering people in a church?

      That sounds alarmingly right. #EvangelicalFamilyValues

      • lyn says:

        Sandi Bachom @sandibachom
        I was at the Trump rally in Minneapolis one woman told me ‘I’d take a bullet for President Trump’

        (((Ken))) @kjgmd
        Hope she gets her chance soon

        BϵingRich 🌎 @RichR58
        That’s a bit much, dude.

  17. helenk3 says:

    question
    why can’t we have an indigenous people day and a columbus day? they are two separate things. One celebrates a trip from europe to a new land to them, the other celebrates people that were here that the european people did not know about.
    I have no problem with two holidays

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      But they were not truly indigenous. They just arrived earlier. And had there been other peoples already in the the places they wanted. . . .there is a lot of area in North , central, and South America that has never been seen by modern humans. One never knows, there just might be a Betty or Barney to go along with Wilma.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        Human migrations typically come in waves. There is usually a push-pull effect – people get driven out of one place and are drawn to a different place by tales of how good it is. A long migration on foot would take years to complete. Most migrants drop anchor in the first good place they find that isn’t taken. Sometimes they keep moving, and sometimes they drive out the people there and take the land. Look at how the US was settled prior to the 1849 Gold Rush.

        There is basically no part of North and South America that wasn’t occupied. But it was only crowded where the Aztecs were. You can’t have crowds of hunter-gatherers because they’ll strip away all the food. When it gets crowded you have to have agriculture – and that means settling down and no more wandering.

        There is a reason that tribes like the Apache and Comanche lived in hard desert lands – the other Indians kicked their asses and made them leave the good land. Same for the Eskimoes. Do you think they wanted to live on the ice? They got driven onto it and learned to survive.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          You put it better than I. That those who were here when Columbus bumped into the wrong continent had indeed not shown up at one convenient period marker. They had come in waves over a long stretch of time and had/developed very different cultures. They had been fighting among themselves and vying for the best resources for centuries. Losers got the fringe areas.

  18. taw46 says:

    Lol, so true.

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  21. lyn says:

    https://spectator.org/the-greatness-of-donald-trump/

    Trump, too, reflects his electorate: we who put him there. In balancing all that he comprises, we focused in November 2016 on greatness. Eight years of Obama — incompetence, weakness, economic malaise, societal decay — left us focused on restoring greatness. Thus, even Christian pastors, devout Catholic theologians, and Orthodox rabbis vigorously support Donald Trump. The free world’s last great hope is America, and she was in peril.

  22. lyn says:

    FFS!

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  26. Constance says:

    Check out this website for info on the current state of the Border Wall.
    https://webuildthewall.us/us-border/ You might have to click on “Border wall tracker”. They have some easy to read maps and charts about what is finished and what is in the process of being built. Also this is from “We Build the Wall” the go fund me wall guys and the apparently started their second project yesterday. So far there is no publicity on it because last time the Democrats mobilized and tried to stop their construction so this time no announcement until they finish.

  27. Angie says:

    I voted! 🤣🤣🤣

  28. helenk3 says:

    On the Ingram Angle tonight there is a really interesting discussion on today’s dems. It is not just socialism they are embracing it is also secularism. How many freedoms will we lose if they are in power?

    • John Denney says:

      I keep asking people, “So, which candidate takes the strongest stance for Liberty?”

      Lot’s of times, it’s just asking the right question.

      I’ve had hoplophobes ask me how to stop gun violence, since I oppose infringements on the 2nd Amendment. After much thought, my response will be, “The correct question to ask is, “How do you stop violence?””

  29. DandyTIger says:

    Break time, let’s visit the Netherlands and see what happens when you combine a classic singer with a metal (Nightwish) singer:

  30. Angie says:

    Thread

  31. lyn says:

    • Somebody says:

      Gosh that sure sounds like she had a difference of opinion on foreign policy with POTUS. You don’t suppose that’s why she went out the door with Bolton do you?

      I kind of thought we elected POTUS not some advisor. I didn’t know not following the opinions of unelected bureaucrats was an impeachable offense. We might need to go back and impeach a lot of past Presidents. It is rich to see the dems suddenly embrace the likes of Bolton and company 🙄

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  33. Dora says:

    I don’t believe this story, but the media will be reporting it all day.

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  35. DeniseVB says:

    Heh, heh……

  36. DeniseVB says:

    Oh my….. more fake news? LOL, NYT got caught too….

  37. DeniseVB says:

    Ayup….

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  39. 49erDweet says:

    At 12:43pm local the Salinas area of CA had a real mover-shaker of a long lasting earthquake. FYI.

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