For over three weeks we heard about "modern day lynching," from our Democrat politicians, while Hollywood celebrities were busy decrying a "racist and homophobic," attack from two white men against a black, gay actor, Jussie Smollett, who claimed the men then screamed "This is MAGA country." The media focused on the "attack" with nearly wall-to-wall coverage while pushing the narrative that all MAGA hat wearers, and/or conservative Donald Trump supporters were violent and racist, homophobic thugs.
Contrast the never-ending amount of coverage for Smollett, with many media outlets not even bothering to use the word "alleged" when reporting the attack, to the almost non-existent coverage, or the buried coverage, to the conservative that was punched in the face at the University of Berkeley, which was caught on camera.
I mean the fake hate hoax by Jussie Smollett was reported as if it actually happened, (Oh, and he wasn't hospitalized either!), no "alleged" attack qualifier, despite no video of the attack and the many red flags even on day one about his story, which ended up being completely fabricated, yet the attack on the conservative student, which was caught on camera, the punch clearly shown as was the attacker cursing at him and calling him names, because he was sitting behind a Turning point USA table table with a sign that read, "hate crime hoaxes hurt real victims,” a reference to the Jussie Smollett case in Chicago, is called "alleged."
How much coverage have Americans seen about a recent event where a Hispanic woman that verbally assaulted a man at a Mexican restaurant for wearing a MAGA hat? The man then filmed her, police were called, then as police were escorting the woman out of the restaurant, she then physically hit him over the head again, at which point she was then handcuffed and arrested and charged with assault and battery.
Not much huh? In fact a search for reports being up mostly local news, the Patch (Which has the video), Boston.cbs.local, Necn, Milford Daily news, Telgram.com, and absolutely nothing on page one of search results from those that carried the Smollett hate hoax for nearly three weeks straight, like Washington Post, CNN, New York Times, ABC News, NBC News, etc.....
How much coverage from the mainstream liberal media complex did Americans see about a man charged earlier this week for pulling a gun on a Kentucky couple after he flipped them off because they were wearing MAGA hats, and pulling the weapon after the man confronted him?
Another search shows first page search results from New York Post, The Hill, Buzzfeed, and a few local outlets, but again, nothing from the liberal mainstream media crowd on that first page.
Those were just attacks against white Americans that went uncovered or under-covered in the past week alone, while some in the media are still trying to justify the Smollett coverage and his criminal actions.
Apparently hate crimes against a group of people, if they are white conservatives and/or MAGA supporters, isn't newsworthy, while jumping on hate hoaxes, whether it is the 50 documented by College Fix, or examples like Smollett, providing wall-to-wall coverage until they are shown to be fake hate hoaxes.
This has been a consistent theme since well before the 2016 presidential election.
ANALYSIS: THE MEDIA'S 'MINORITY PRIVILEGE' PROBLEM
I cannot begin to express how sick and tired I am of hearing about "white privilege," when the contrasting coverage from the media indisputably shows that they give "minority privilege" to any minority that makes up a bogus hate crime, well, until they are charged and prosecuted, then the media rushes to find the next hate hoax to give wall-to-wall coverage to, compared to how the media practically runs away from any mention of the hundreds of documented attacks, physical and verbal, against conservatives and Trump supporters.
From pushing the "Native American Elder" narrative that he was some type of victim against the MAGA hat wearing Covington Catholic students, which ended up being fake news, to the Smollett fiasco, to the "hate hoax" crimes over the past few years, the media has consistently pushed only one narrative, no matter how many times they end up utterly humiliated by being caught promoting fake news.
That narrative always offers the "privilege" of belief to the minority storyline, while showing extreme bias against the conservative being accused, as well as ignoring, burying or downplaying actual crimes, charged and prosecuted against the conservative victims.
At first glance it is easy to say the media jumps on a narrative that fits their bias, and in large part that is absolutely true, as even a significant amount of Democrats note liberal bias in the media, shown in every poll conducted on the topic, but there is a larger picture emerging that indicates the bias is not the only motive behind the media's inability to find any type of objectivity.
The "victim must always be believed" the media cries, unless of course the victim is white or conservative and the attacker a liberal. The "minority privilege" problem is far more prevalent in America today than the "white privilege' manufactured outrage we continued to have shoved down our throats.
It also about the culture war, and the constant "victimhood" mentality where the media need minorities to consistently see themselves as victims, so they can exploit them for political gains, as well as keeping America as divided as possible, which benefits the media ratings.
Smollett checked all the points for media bias, he was black and gay, and he faked an attack against him by claiming they used homophobic and racist language and then he topped it off with the claim that they screamed "This is MAGA country," which we now find out was scripted by Smollett himself, when he had his black friends stage the attack.
Minority privilege was easy to see at first glance. Anyone that dared question the fact that Smollett did not call the police for 40 minutes, or question why two white MAGA supporters were out at 2 am carrying rope and bleach, or to question why Smollett didn't mention the "This is MAGA country" quote until his second interview, or any of the other suspicious parts of the story, was instantly labeled a racist and a homophobe.
It is time this nation have a serious discussion about "privilege," and no, not white privilege, but "minority privilege," and how many, many hate hoaxers are using the liberal media's own bias against them to promote "crimes," that fit in with what they media wants to be true, knowing they will jump on the story, won't even bother to investigate and will offer them the presumption of innocence, while trying the true victim, the white conservative person falsely accused, in the court of public opinion, as they did with the Covington Students, and which the media is now being sued for.
The next time anybody reading this hears the term "white privilege," they should counter it, force those spewing that nonsense to provide examples, then counter those non-existent examples with every single hate hoax perpetrated by a minority that the media never once bothered to question, then ignored as soon as the hoaxer was arrested and charged.
In fact, just save and show them the following compilation from DC Shorts on the growing list of hate hoaxes the media fell for.
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