Trump Jr. calls BS on reports his dad was greeted with boos: ‘I was there … it was an awesome response’

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According to the partisan left-wing media, when President Donald Trump stepped into Madison Square Garden in New York City for an Ultimate Fighting Championship event late Saturday evening, he was greeted with endless, seething boos.

But according to the president’s son Donald Trump Jr., that’s some straight-up BS — and he has the evidence to prove it.

Look (*Language warning):

The video he referenced above of the crowd at the arena responding positively to his father’s arrival at the arena may be seen below:


(Source: MMA fighter Tara LaRosa)

Yet instead of reporting on what happened with honesty and candor, almost every single major outlet in the “fake news” media lied through their teeth via the art of omission, as they’ve been wont to do since the day Trump announced his candidacy for office in 2015.

Namely, they chose to report in their headlines only that the president was met with boos and protests at the event.

Observe:

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Not a single headline above referenced the cheers that the president received.

Only a select few journalists and news outlets reported the actual truth, which is that the president was met with BOTH cheers and boos at the event.

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But for the most part, the media lied via omission — a fact that enraged the president’s other son Eric Trump just as much as it did his oldest one.

“What a joke. You are the most dishonest people,” he tweeted in response to the BBC’s lies. “The audience was chanting ‘Donald Trump, Donald Trump’ followed by ‘USA USA.’ Dana White said it was the greatest entrance he has seen into a UFC. I can’t wait until we win again in 2020 to further [embarrass] your profession #FakeNews.”

More footage from the event can be seen below. Note the mixture of cheers and boos. Clearly, some of the audience members liked the president, while others didn’t. In other words, there were two sides, though the majority of the media chose to only present one side — as usual.

Look:

Also not included in the media’s reports were the words of the night’s winner, UFC fighter Derrick Lewis.

“Shout out to that boy Donald Trump. I know everything ain’t going so good in the White House. But you gotta turn that s— around in 2020,” he said in a post-fight interview.

Don’t expect to hear about this interview from the obsessively anti-Trump media.

Watch:

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
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