Pushing back against the media’s “white nationalist” narrative will soon be considered hate speech.

Tyler S. Farley

It’s becoming all too clear what the media and Democrats are planning as we go into the 2020 election cycle.

We saw it on full display this week as the media went crazy with accusations that Trump himself inspires terrorism, and specifically white nationalist terrorism. The phrasing was all over the media and on the pages of the New York Times and The Washington Post.

A video below shows Tim Pool exposing all the top headlines in a single day as being fake news, most of them accusing Trump of racism without any basis or proof.

But what’s more troubling is what’s brewing and what we saw come to light this week.

The media’s new hoax is that Trump and his supporters are creating an “explosion” of white supremacy in America. Of course, this is totally untrue and the statistics prove it to be false. There is no explosion of hate in America.

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But here comes the dangerous part. The media is going to smear anyone who pushes back against this narrative. Anyone who pushes back will be labeled a racist as well.

It’s all similar to the last two years of the Russia hoax that dominated mainstream news coverage. Anyone who spoke out against the Russia collusion narrative was labeled a conspiracy theorist or a Russian troll. All of it was a smear campaign to try to tamp down any opposition to a false narrative.

We are seeing the same exact thing take place here. The media’s new narrative now that the Russia hoax has been exposed is to paint everyone who supports Trump as a white nationalist. And anyone who pushes back on this narrative is a racist or a sympathizer of white nationalism.

So if all of this feels familiar, it’s because it is. This is the same exact playbook we say with the Russia hoax. Sadly, history looks to be repeating itself.