Sunday, November 10, 2019

Political Truths vs. True Truths (Nov. 9, 2019)

It seems like a pattern, with Jessica Collins (@MidNiteMJ and @MidNiteMJ001) and also with Sarah Ruth Ashcraft (@SaRaAshcraft) – both of whom claim to be victims of sex trafficking.
When a story falls outside the official narrative it gets squashed.
Is there some sort of Swamp that encompasses President Trump and prevents real questions from being asked right now? 
The mainstream media, which is overwhelmingly anti-Trump, does not investigate certain allegations which would seem to bolster their case about this Administration.
Perhaps they totally lack credibility.
Or perhaps certain stories are handpicked for emphasis while both sides agree not to touch the others. 
With all these allegations, one does not know if the truth is being told when the person begins to speak out. But you have to ask, why would someone go to all this trouble to make enemies on all sides? 
And I do not think the individual researcher can pursue this. It’s much too dangerous.
We understand that people tell “political truths” in order to rise to power.
And we sometimes need those people. For example, I am a strong supporter of President Trump.
But we also need to know the “true truths” in order for our society to have a lasting benefit.
We need to get to the bottom of the stories of people who say they are victims. 
By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author’s own. Public domain.
By Dr. Dannielle Blumenthal. All opinions are the author's own. Public domain.