The fake news media stopped impartially reporting facts and now acts as a propaganda wing of the Democratic Party. Left-wing politicians rely on “evidence” of deep racial division in the country to point fingers at Republicans and get themselves elected. That’s why the establishment and mainstream media rolls out false and misleading narratives every time a White police officers kills a Black American in the line of duty.
While on rare occasion a trained police officer makes a tragic mistake, the overwhelming number of times deadly force is used passes muster. On the heels of Derek Chauvin’s conviction of killing George Floyd, the fake news media has become increasingly reckless with the truth. The recent police-involved shooting of North Carolina’s Andrew Brown serves as a case study in fake news tactics. Consider the following headlines and quotes pushed by the liberally biased media and then do the math against the facts published in this article to rebut them.
- Bodycam video showed Andrew Brown Jr. with hands on car wheel before N.C. deputies shot him, family says ~ NBC News
- Andrew Brown Jr. shot five times, once in back of head, according to family-backed autopsy ~ NBC News
- Andrew Brown Jr. Family Lawyers Say Video Shows An ‘Execution’ ~ NPR
- Dispatch audio from emergency responders says Andrew Brown Jr. was shot in the back ~ CNN
The dishonest media understands that its followers are probably too lazy to read the full story. They are also keenly aware that the keyboard warriors on social media will spread the disinformation without questioning any of the elements of the story. But intelligent people tend to be suspicious about reports in the age of fake news. That’s why tugging on people’s heartstrings early in any piece of propaganda remains vital.
- “It was a kill shot to the back of the head,” the family’s lawyer is quoted by NPR, among others.
- “He got executed. It ain’t right,” Brown’s son is quoted.
These emotionally charged quotes typically do not get fact-checked and are routinely inserted towards the beginning of an article. Many readers do not read an entire post and that allows the left-wing media to manipulate the narrative. By burying official facts from judges, coroners, or neutral witnesses, outlets such as NPR, NBC, and CNN, among many others can claim they provided a balanced report. But media industry insiders know this is nothing but a ruse.
It’s certainly tragic anytime someone loses their life because deadly force was brought to bear. But the likes of CNN, NBC, the Washington Post, New York Times, and countless others want everyday people to believe police officers are all racist and the victims were somehow innocent. It’s a dichotomy that supports the Democratic Party’s platform that only they can prevent racial injustice. But the facts about Andrew Brown’s death fail the smell test.
The 42-year-old North Carolina man was a repeat felon and known drug dealer with an extensive rap sheet. His troubling criminal history spans 30 years and upwards of 180 pages of court records. When police officers approached him, it was to take him into custody for suspicion of dealing crack cocaine and the meth that plagues communities across the country. Credible reports indicate a police informant had been buying meth and crack from Brown as part of a widespread drug trafficking sting. Andrew Brown was identified in an arrest warrant as a distributor of these addictive drugs as well fentanyl and heroin.
It appears Brown was a significant cause of the drug crisis destroying the lives of people in North Carolina, according to the Albemarle Drug Task Force. Those are not facts the fake news media wants you to hear because it derails the Democratic Party’s propaganda that all police are racists targeting Black Americans based on skin color.
Lastly, Andrew Brown reportedly used his car as a weapon and tried to injure or kill officers before they opened fire. His hands were on the wheel, and he was struck from behind because he was escaping with what police believed was a trunk load of drugs he planned to sell.
Not exactly what was reported, is it?