Here’s the thing, though. If you actually look at the story, it’s so obviously fake. I mean, first off, just the claim that a protestor got $3500 to protest a Trump rally? I mean, even Donald Trump himself only paid his fake supporters $50 to cheer at his campaign announcement. Yes, the Clinton campaign has raised a lot more money than the Trump campaign, but $3500 a protestor? I mean, that’s pretty obviously a ridiculous number.
Source: Donald Trump’s Son & Campaign Manager Both Tweet Obviously Fake Story | Techdirt
Israel’s racial profiling at its borders has been rife with abuses that stand in contrast with American values of equal treatment and safeguarding personal liberties.
Source: Donald Trump Calls for Israeli-Style Racial Profiling — But Profiling Is a Disaster
Our choice in a democratic primary is stark and simple: Bernie Sanders, who has fought for progressive values his entire career, or Hillary Clinton, who says she supports progressive values when it’s politically expedient.
Source: I’m feeling the Bern, in part because I just don’t believe Secretary Clinton. – WIL WHEATON dot NET
Hillary Clinton’s top domestic policy adviser pushed the line that Clinton is “the only candidate” who wants to “raise your incomes — not middle class taxes.” A few years back, she had a different position.
Source: Clinton Senior Adviser Authored Paper Arguing for Paid Leave Proposal She Now Opposes
Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign would now have raised almost $100 million more than Hillary Clinton’s if the U.S. electoral system provided public matching funds for small donors.
Source: Sanders Would Dominate Money Race With Small Donor Matching Funds
More people like Bernie, but in terms of coverage by the mainstream media, Trump is besting Sanders 23 to 1 by some estimates.
Source: Where’s Bernie? Media Ignores Sanders Though He’s More Popular Than Trump