WATCH: Grandpa Biden Blasts The Recent Mass Shootings In ‘Houston And Michigan’

Written by Wes Walker on August 6, 2019

Here’s the difference between the velvet gloves the Media(D) uses with Democrats and the brass knuckles they use on Trump & Republicans.

We saw two public statements in response to the bloodletting we saw over the weekend. One from Trump and one from Biden.

We’ve seen from how they misquoted Trump’s words in Charlottesville to (unfairly) portray him as soft on bigots exactly how they salivate over a gotcha moment, and Trump had to tread carefully in how he presented his official response to the horrific shootings over the weekend. He was under enormous pressure to get the tone and tenor of this speech exactly right.

In his otherwise pitch-perfect message denouncing hatred and bigotry, the President named the wrong city in the second shooting. Instead of Dayton, he said Toledo, a city 150 miles away in the same state. (As far as flubs go, it’s a fairly minor one. It’s not as though he claimed there are 57 States or anything.)

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While mocking his flub, many went out of their way to cast shade on a message that was intended to bring us together. It’s almost as though they don’t actually WANT us to come together as a nation; almost like they’ve got some OTHER, more urgent priority.

And they went out of their way to mock that he said Toledo rather than Dayton.

How does their ‘picking fly $#^! out of pepper’ approach to reporting on Trump compare to their treatment of Biden? It’s night and day.

The gaffe-prone Democratic presidential front-runner told supporters at a fundraiser that he decried the slaughter in Houston and Michigan, even though the attacks took place in El Paso, Texas, and Dayton, Ohio.

Mr. Biden also mixed up the times of the shootings, referring in the Sunday afternoon speech to “the tragic events in Houston today and also in Michigan the day before,” according to pool reports.
Source: MSN

Houston to El Paso is roughly 675 miles, and Michigan wasn’t even the right fricken state.

How did they report it? Mostly with a casual mention in passing. This snapshot of social media tells the tale:

My, my, my, whatever would we do without the ‘Free Press’ keeping up abreast of ‘all the news that’s fit to print’?

We’ve all seen the dishonest games the left have played with the power they’re entrusted with, they’re obviously unworthy of that trust.

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