Donald Trump made a comment about a report on Sweden during his rally on Saturday that has the left going nuts with 24/7 coverage. The focus is on the inarticulate comment that President Trump made in reference to Tucker Carlson’s report on Sweden. It’s constant snide remarks with no effort to explain what Trump was referring to…just nasty yellow journalism. What they’re NOT focusing on is the FACTS about Sweden and what’s happened since Sweden has imported thousands of Muslim refugees. There’s no mistaking the FACT that Sweden is now the rape capital of the world and that crime has skyrocketed. BUT…the press chooses to rip President Trump apart because he wasn’t clear in his statement…MSNBC and CNN are unwatchable is you know ANYTHING about the truth. I made myself watch it over the weekend and couldn’t believe the lies and hate coming from the talking heads. This is dangerous stuff! When the press keeps the truth from us and only focuses on damaging our president it’s banana republic time. Please do what you can to hold the press accountable!
Filmmaker Ami Horowitz defended his investigation of refugees in Sweden Monday night amid a blacklash after President Donald Trump cited his work during a campaign speech over the weekend.
“Between 2012 and 2016 the murder rate [in Sweden] is up almost 70 percent,” Horowitz told “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” citing the Swedish National Council for Crime Prevention. “Rape between 2007 and 2015 is up a similar number, almost 70 percent. These are their statistics, not my statistics.”
At the Florida event Saturday, Trump said Sweden “took in large numbers” of refugees and was “having problems like they never thought possible.” Trump later specified on Twitter that he was referring to Carlson’s original segment with Horowitz, which aired Friday night.
Trump’s remarks, which implied that a terror attack had hit Sweden Friday night, was roundly criticized by Swedish officials and mainstream media outlets. A pair of policemen Horowitz interviewed for his film also took issue, with one referring to him as a “madman.”
“Can you imagine the amount of pressure that must be on them from their bosses because of this maelstrom that they’ve kind of found themselves in?” Horowitz asked. “They’re the ones who discussed [how] they didn’t want to be considered racist. They’re the ones who used the words ‘no-go zones’ in describing these Islamic enclaves [in Swedish cities], not me.”
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