Self-proclaimed “fact-checker” Snopes just made an astonishing confession about 7 years too late, Jhb 10s, Public domain, via Wikimedia Commons

Demonizing Donald Trump and his supporters has long been a top priority for Democrats and their media allies.

Over-zealous leftists often create misleading headlines about the things Trump says or in some cases just make stuff up. 

And Snopes made this shocking confession about 7 years too late. 

Snopes eats their own words 

From the moment they realized that former President Donald Trump was the Republican frontrunner for President during the 2016 campaign, Democrats and their media allies have been coming for him. 

In many cases, Democrats have gone out of their way to take anything he says and does completely out of context – even adding their own fabricated context when the real story doesn’t fit their narrative – to deceive Americans by making him look far more sinister than he is. 

The most egregious example came in the wake of the August 2017 protests in Charlottesville, VA. 

While speaking to the press, Trump attempted to cool tensions by referring to protesters on both sides of the Confederate monument debate as “fine people.” 

He then proceeded to publicly condemn white supremacy and neo-Nazism.

“I’m not talking about the neo-Nazis and the white nationalists because they should be condemned totally,” he said at the time.

Yet, Democrats and their media allies were quick to leave that second part out, misleading Americans into thinking that Trump praised neo-Nazis. 

Nearly seven years later, the so-called “fact-checkers” over at Snopes finally debunked Democrats and their media allies’ false notions.

In a post made last week, Snopes wrote, “We looked into these claims, and found that while Trump did say there were “very fine people on both sides,” meaning both the protesters and the counterprotesters, he also condemned neo-Nazis and white nationalists outright and said he was specifically referring to those who were there only to participate in the statue protest.”

“In sum, while Trump did say that there were ‘very fine people on both sides,’ he also specifically noted that he was not talking about neo-Nazis and white supremacists and said they should be ‘condemned totally.’ Therefore, we have rated this claim ‘False,’” the controversial fact-checking service added. 

Seven years of lies

While it’s better late than never, many Democrats have already used the false claims about this topic to their advantage – and it’s not like Snopes didn’t have all this information for years, but actively chose to let Democrats continue spreading outright lies.

For example, when Biden announced his candidacy in 2019, he claimed that Trump’s comments praising “neo-Nazis” helped to convince him to run for President. 

Numerous other Democrats and their media allies have also run with this narrative, misleading voters into believing Trump supports such nonsense.

Most corporate media outlets such as CNN, MSNBC, and the networks have a deep-rooted loathing for Donald Trump and his supporters. 

For the last decade or so, these outlets have used their skills and influence to frame Donald Trump in a horrific light, painting him to be some sort of radical tyrant. 

A closer look reveals that many of these claims were either outright lies or deceptive and cunning ploys. 

If Donald Trump hopes to win this November, political experts agree that he must develop an effective strategy to combat these powerful media outlets.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.