If Today’s MSM Covered Historic Events From America’s Past…

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Never in history has there been more insanity in the field of journalism than in our present time. The industry is drowning in reporters and news anchors who insist on telling us that what we have seen with our own eyes is not, in fact, what happened. Fortunately for us, they can correct the past.

The latest example of this type of journalism is the recent collapse of Hillary Clinton when she froze up, in some sort of possible seizure or other neurological event, while trying to get into a van. A seizure is now the leading symptom indicating a pneumonia diagnosis. Medical textbooks are being updated at this moment.

According to today’s mainstream media (MSM), Mrs. Clinton “stumbled” while trying to climb into the van. Forget what your own eyes saw in the video shown around the world. Generally, stumbling involves catching one’s balance quickly, followed by looking around to see who saw the stumble.

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So, here’s how today’s MSM would have reported a few past events – despite video evidence contradicting their story:

Hindenburg disaster – Terror was averted today when the zeppelin was landing, after a candle ignited a tablecloth in the dining area. Two waiters were able to pour water on the table, extinguish the flames, and all passengers walked away safely.

Pearl Harbor attack – A surprise attack by the Japanese on US military forces took place this morning in Hawaii. President Roosevelt has already apologized to Japan. The cause of the attack is not known at press time, but it’s extremely likely that America deserved it.

The Holocaust РAdolf Hitler, in no way connected to Nazism, has opened up recreational parks in Germany, catering exclusively to the Jewish population. The dictator is so insistent that Jews enjoy his parks, he is even giving them free transportation by train. As a bonus, all Jewish park attendees will be given a free tour of the large ovens where the pizzas sold in the concession stands are baked.

 

 

 

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