summary: Take a quote, remove part of it so that it sounds like it's saying the exact opposite to what a person means, and then spread it all over Twitter and the MSM without context until even good people believe it is true.
I believe this used to be called the Big Lie.
more propaganda: Pretend that an essentially white crowd didn't attack a US Senator who is at the forefront of prison and police reform.
he wasn't attacked, says the MSM: they just shouted at him. Well, maybe the reason he wasn't physically attacked is that the mostly black cops prevented that attack.
so now, Rand Paul wants to check out if they are being funded by an outsider.
You know, when I hear that the three guys with police records attacked a pudgy white teenager who looked like an easy target (until he shot back.), it makes me wonder if they were doing this for free or for fun.
The dirty little secret (only mentioned by Dilbert) is that demonstrating is fun. (so is looting). I am old enough to remember the 1960s. All those demonstrators really didn't care if folks were being killed in VietNam: You know why I say this? Because they never lifted a finger to help the boat people (who were attacked by pirates), the victims of Pol Pot, or even to resettle them into the USA.
the churches helped. The USPHS helped. Lots of ordinary people helped. The activist groups? Nada. (the only anti war activist I remember trying to help was Joan Baez.).
By the time these things happened, they were all into fitness and making money. And yes I'm speaking about you, Jane Fonda.
and quick: How many "activists" who are willing to go to Washington or other cities to
last time I looked, there are a lot of minorities in those places who are hurting and need help.