MEDIA FALSELY SMEARS TRUMP as ‘Mocking’ Turban Wearing Protester Ejected From Rally
Another day, another smear by the media against Donald Trump.
Sunday in Muscatine, Iowa the leading Republican presidential candidate was speaking at a campaign rally when two male protesters in the upper level of the auditorium unfurled a banner reading, “Stop Hate.”
One of the men was wearing a bright red turban that from a distance looked like it could be a Trump campaign ‘Make America Great Again’ hat. (The red turban the man is wearing is indicative of a follower of the Sikh religion.)
Trump pointed at someone on the front rows and asked the crowd if the protester was wearing “one of those hats”, but the media spun it to imply Trump was being a bigot by making fun of the man for being ‘one of those non-Christian foreigners’.
ABC News published an article that was tweeted by their political director Rick Klein that had the headline, “Trump Mocks Protester Wearing a Turban”.
“Uh, he wasn’t wearing one of those hats was he? Was he wearing one of those…And he never will; and he never will and he never will. And that’s okay but you know we gotta do something folks because it’s not working.”
Even without lying about Trump mocking the man for wearing a turban, in other headlines to articles the media left the impression the man was thrown out of the rally and heckled by Trump for wearing a turban.