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The misinterpretation of Trump



It took all of five seconds for the media to accuse President Trump of plagiarizing Bane's speech from Dark Knight rises. That's right, major media was all a twitter that Trump used a similar phrase to Bane's, one phrase out of 1100 words.
The contentious phrase was giving power back to the people, but instead of accusing Trump of trying to emulate Jeffersonian democracy, they went with Bane, and no one is surprised... at all.
Get used to it, this what the next 4-8 years will look like, the MSM combing every Trump utterance  for any misstep, misspoken word, or just outright criticism. What they don't realize is people are sick of it, despite the obvious backlash of media coverage for the 2016 Presidential election, and the confessed bias of major media outlets, they haven't learned, outside of their bubble it's going to fly, and thus they continue to hasten their own demise. Pinning their last hope of salvation on a government regulation branding everything not them, 'fake' news and therefore in need of censorship.
In their drive to silence anything outside the approved narrative, they are once again tone deaf, has it not occurred to them news that requires government approval is not news.




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