By now, you know how the election went: Republican Mitt Romney defeated Democrat Barack Obama by a landslide.
The next day, Republicans took control of both houses of Congress, and then President Trump signed a controversial executive order banning federal funding for cities and states that don’t enforce voter ID laws.
But that’s not the story the media loves to tell, and they’re eager to get it wrong.
They’re not wrong.
The media loves making up stories, but the truth isn’t always pretty.
Below are a few stories about how the media makes up stories and what’s at stake.
It’s important to understand the difference between telling a true story and making up a story.
What are the two sides?
What’s at risk if we make up a false story?
Politically correct media stories rely on facts to inform the public, and facts that are true.
They are backed up by hard evidence and reliable facts.
The problem with the mainstream media, however, is that they do not adhere to the truth.
They take a story at face value and then try to convince us they’ve got it all figured out.
So it’s important for the public to have an accurate picture of what is really going on.
The mainstream media has the resources and the media savvy to make up stories.
They use people like Michael Kranish, a former investigative reporter who has written for The Washington Post and CNN.
Kranis is the author of several books, including “The Truth About Trump: The Untold Story,” which describes how Trump became president.
“It is our job as journalists to put our facts in the public’s hands, not to invent facts to sell newspapers,” he told the Washington Post.
“There is no truth behind the media stories.”
Kranishes piece, however much it is accurate, doesn’t address the larger issue of why Trump won.
As Kranisha explains, the reason Trump lost was not because of the media.
“The media is a cesspool of lies, misinformation and misinformation,” he wrote in a column published on Medium.
“Its not the first time it has done this, nor will it ever be the last time.”
The media is so far gone in their obsession with falsehood that they’ve lost their ability to provide an accurate portrayal of the world.
They also can’t even keep up with their fake news.
“You can’t trust them anymore,” Kranisher wrote.
“They’re so far off base and so completely misinformed.
They have a complete lack of basic basic fact-checking skills.
They know the truth, but not the media.”
The Trump-Russia story The story Kraniskys is telling here is one that the media would never have the balls to tell.
This is what the mainstream left is telling the American people about Trump and Russia.
But this is the story that the establishment media wants the public believe.
They claim that the story is a “Russia-Trump collusion,” because the Russians were trying to influence the election in Trump’s favor.
Trump, they say, was trying to help Trump win, because the Democrats didn’t rig the election.
They say that the Russians tried to hack Trump’s election system.
They want you to believe the Russian government was behind this, and that they are trying to get him to commit crimes against the United States.
If Trump were to become president, they argue, he’d be given a clean slate.
But if Trump were not president, the story goes, he could continue to obstruct justice, and we’d see a Trump-style reign of terror.
The Russian government, the narrative goes, would have the opportunity to blackmail Trump into giving up classified information to the Russians, which would then be used to blackmail other foreign governments.
The idea that Trump was blackmailing the Russians is a lie.
The Russians were actually trying to embarrass Trump into a deal, which he would then sign, according to the story.
They did that, the media says, by hacking into Democratic emails and then releasing them to WikiLeaks.
The story goes that Trump told Russian President Vladimir Putin that the information in the emails was not theirs, and would have to be handed over to the United Nations to help the American democracy.
That’s a lie, the Washington Times’ Josh Rogin wrote in the aftermath of the election, writing, “The story of the Russia-Trump scandal, like the story of any other Russian conspiracy theory, is a classic example of the Kremlin trying to undermine U.S. democracy by convincing Trump and his allies that his election victory was rigged by the Russians.
This was a Russian attempt to get Trump to agree to a deal that would allow them to exert more control over his administration.”
There are several problems with this story.
The most important problem with it is that it is a Russian conspiracy, not a Trump conspiracy.
It was Putin who was trying, not Trump.
The American people were not fooled.
Trump won, the Democrats won, and Russia