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Fact-Checking The Fact-Checkers

Media spin has one goal: to fool you long enough that you forget about the story and remember only the conclusion. This is why Leftists rush to get out false stories, knowing that most of the audience will remember only the headline, and not the details, which are more difficult to retain.

This includes “fact checkers,” introduced as a means of countering the counter-spin that occurs on social media and in conversation, which serve to explain away difficult conclusions rather than bring you to a factual understanding.

This is the nature of debunking: one does not explain the situation, only finds something wrong with one interpretation, and uses that to dismiss the issue. It is like a bureaucrat complaining that you filled out one line on a triplicate form incorrectly, so go to the back of the line and try again tomorrow.

USA Today issued a factcheck spin story today:

A posting on Facebook by user Adrian Parker and others claims that Emily was decapitated and that the perpetrator was a Somalian migrant. The post, often a meme, says the “murder” has been covered up by the mainstream media.

There is no evidence that the girl was decapitated nor that her attacker is or is not a Somalia migrant. Nor is there evidence the media covered up any aspect of the case.

Contrast that with what Right-wing media is actually saying:

Emily Jones was out ‘enjoying the spring sun’ with her family at Queen’s Park in Heaton, Bolton on March 22 when the 30-year-old unidentified woman, who was sitting on a wooden bench, stabbed the girl in the neck. Emergency services were called to the park at around 2.30 pm – with the child rushed to nearby Salford Royal Hospital, only for Emily to tragically die a short time later despite ‘best efforts’ of doctors, the UK’s Bolton News reported.

The accused woman was arrested at the park and has been detained under the Mental Health Act. She remains in a high-security facility. Social media identified the perpetrator as a Somalian immigrant. Authorities have yet to confirm the woman’s identity.

The writer charges modern society with three failures:

  1. She was brutally stabbed to death in front of her parents
  2. Her murder was a female Somalian immigrant
  3. The corporate media in the United Kingdom is conspicuously absent from covering this story and the obvious racial angle confirming Enoch Powell’s “Rivers of Blood” prophecy

USA Today concludes:

There is no evidence one way or the other regarding the identity of the attacker, nor is there any evidence the media has tried to coverup the purported decapitation or the identity of the assailant.

In other words, since the authorities will not speak about the identity of the attacker, we must assume that she was not Somali. Very similar phrasing appears in all of the stories on the attack:

A 30-year-old woman, who was not known to Emily’s family, was arrested at the park on suspicion of murder and has been detained under the Mental Health Act.

As we know in the modern West, when the identity of the perpetrator is carefully covered through an orchestrated campaign, it means something that we should not notice.

This shows us in turn how the “fact-checkers” are checking nothing but the tendency of the sheep to escape The Narrative.

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