After Fake News, anti-American journo, Anthony Zurcher, implied Trump just might be able to legally extend his first term as president in this headline, he quickly answers his own disingenuous and false question:
(Of course he can’t) Under a law dating back to 1845, the US presidential election is slated for the Tuesday after the first Monday of November every four years – 3 November in 2020. It would take an act of Congress – approved by majorities in the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives and the Republican-controlled Senate – to change that.
What a tit.
In recent days I have easily made the case that not a day goes by where the Barely British Corp does not mislead its readers with fearmongering, anti-American headlines, and Fake News journalism. So what exactly is the BBC? Well, according to the UK Government:
The BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) is a British public service broadcaster. Its main responsibility is to provide impartial public service broadcasting in the UK, Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
The BBC is primarily funded through fees paid by citizens, and both regular and irregular migrants, residing in the UK. It is under the thumb of the government. So how is it that the fake journos at the BBC are allowed to skew their view so far left that ‘impartial public service’ turns into bias opinion? I believe there has been a petty, century-long desire within the UK’s elites to knock America down a notch or two. They hate President Trump because he wants to Make America Great Again and Keep America Great. He is not playing the globalist game that leftists like President Obama and the Clintons do. He does not capitulate. So, through the BBC, UK elites take daily shots at America and Trump to skew, not only the opinion of people in the UK, but all the citizens on Earth. That is a real, verifiable, attempt to interfere in American elections.