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ABC Admits To Using Fake Footage That Pushes Deep State Pro-War Agenda In Syria

It’s almost as though they’re doing it on purpose now. And I’m not altogether sure they aren’t–like the cheating husband who, deep down, wants his wife to find out about his affair.

On the heels of a video from a hidden camera exposing CNN’s blatant political agenda bias, which we just covered on CETV and in our article ‘CNN’s Political Bias Exposed By Whistleblower’s Hidden Camera Footage,’ we are beset with another prime and frankly astonishing example of the lengths to which the mainstream media will go to push their designated political agenda.

In this case, we are looking at Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw about 1000 U. S. troops from Syria, which was met with widespread condemnation. Trump has slowly been building the argument that it’s time to finish these endless wars, it’s time for our troops to come home, and he has even started to float out the policy narrative that the U. S. army does not belong in the Middle East. Aside from the likes of Ron Paul, very few politicians in Washington have argued for this, but the tremendous uproar against efforts towards peace and a reduction in U.S. interventionism should really be getting us thinking for a moment. Trump captures the hypocrisy of the situation in the following tweets:

Mainstream Media Completely Fabricates Story

The irony that former Reality TV star Donald Trump has become the loudest voice in demonstrating that mainstream media has become little more than scripted Reality TV pushing a certain story line for their producers (in this case, the Deep State) is not lost on many of us.

The Deep State strategy to convince the American public to support Western hegemony through U. S. military presence all over world has been relentless since 9/11. But now this is being challenged, and finally the questions that many Americans have been asking are rising to the surface: Why do we continue to employ troops in the Middle East? Has America become more safe, and more respected through these wars? Why is is so difficult to end these wars and establish peace?

Pulling troops out of Syria is being cast by Trump as an opportunity for the U.S. to become mediators in a conflict that they should not be directly involved in. In fairly quick order, this seems to be becoming possible, as a cease-fire has been established. But in an attempt to convince the world a few days ago that the pullout of U.S. troops would lead to disaster, ABC was telling the story under the byline ‘Slaughter in Syria’ with video evidence in this way:

“This video right here appearing to show Turkey’s military bombing Kurd civilians in a Syrian border town. The Kurds, who fought alongside the U.S. against ISIS, now horrific reports of atrocities, committed by Turkish-backed fighters on those very allies.”

Note they say ‘appearing to show,’ and for good reason. Because they knew that their video was not legitimate. They just tried to deceptively use the very dramatic sound and light spectacle in this video to mesmerize viewers with their completely fabricated narrative. And what happened when alternative news investigators found out and reported that this video was from a machine gun and military weapon show that took place at a gun range in Knob Creek, Kentucky in 2017? The simply put out this note on their Twitter account:

I could go on about the utter malevolence of this farcical effort to mislead the public and the complete insincerity of their forced ‘apology’, but instead I will leave you with the analysis of James Corbett, who is at his sarcastic best in unveiling this travesty:

The Takeaway

Things are falling apart at the seams for Mainstream Media and the Deep State narratives that they are now desperately trying to keep alive. As we continue to seek truth and better understand the deception that we’ve been under for so long, we will soon completely ‘break the illusion’ as a collective and suddenly find ourselves empowered to change the world in the image of our greatest hopes and dreams.



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