Several journalists have been caught lying to the public and committing fraud, new video footage reveals. Before we begin analyzing the Michelle Fields hoax, watch this video, which surfaced last night.
This video clip shows Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski (the man in short cropped hair), moving past Michelle Fields (the handsome woman in glasses).
Speaking through her boyfriend’s Twitter account, Michelle Fields claimed that Corey Lewandowski assaulted her.
Ben Terris of the Washington Post then wrote an article to boost Michelle Fields’ claim.
As security parted the masses to give him passage out of the chandelier-lit ballroom, Michelle Fields, a young reporter for Trump-friendly Breitbart News, pressed forward to ask the Republican front-runner a question.
I watched as a man with short-cropped hair and a suit grabbed her arm and yanked her out of the way. He was Corey Lewandowski, Trump’s 41-year-old campaign manager.
Fields stumbled. Finger-shaped bruises formed on her arm. “I’m just a little spooked,” she said, a tear streaming down her face. “No one has grabbed me like that before.”
An audio recording of the assault surfaces.
After people were skeptical that Trump’s campaign manager would assault a woman in full view of the public, several dozen journalists, and hundreds of cameras, an audio transcript of the event surfaced.
The audio recording was not posted, however. Instead a journalist put up a transcript of the audio. The audio, we can now report, was staged.
Politico posted this audio transcript:
Terris: “You OK?”
Fields: “Holy sh*t.”
Terris: “Yea he just threw you down.”
Fields: “I can’t believe he just did that that was so hard. Was that Corey [Lewandowski]?”
Terris: “Yeah, like, what threat were you?”
Fields: “That was insane. You should have felt how hard he grabbed me. That’s insane. I’ve never had anyone do that to me from a campaign.”
Terris: “Can I put that in my story?”
Fields: “Yeah, go for it — that was really awful. That’s so unprofessional.”
Terris: “He really just almost threw you down on the ground.”
Fields: “He literally went like this and was grabbing me down. “I don’t even want to do what he just did to me. Oh my God, that really spooked me that someone would do that.”
The audio recording was eventualy posted. The audio had been clipped and omitted 50 seconds of conversation. The earlier part of the conversation would no doubt reveal that the incident was played up into a hoax.
After questions were raised about the event, Ben Terris ordered his photographer to destroy or withhold any evidence revealing the hoax.
Jabin Botsford, a photographer for the Washington Post, was at the event where Fields claim she was assaulted. As his camera offered the perfect angle of the event, he was asked for additional footage.
As you can see in this exchange, Botsford first lies about even being at the event, only admitting to being at the event when presented with copyright evidence proving he was there. Botsford then deleted incriminating Tweets.
Lloyd Grove of the Daily Beast Makes up a Confession.
Lloyd Grove of the Daily Best wrote an article joining in the narrative. In his article, Grove made up a conversation.
Hours after the incident, Lewandowski told Breitbart’s Washington, D.C. editor, Matthew Boyle that he manhandled Fields, a source told The Daily Beast.
Those of us who asked to see video evidence of the assault were called the usual names SJWs call us.
Ben Shapiro and countless other “conservatives” called for Corey Lewandowski to be fired.
Journalist Patrick Howley, who asked to see a video of the event, was placed on “indefinite suspension.”
Michelle Fields went on a worldwide publicity tour.
With the media backing her, Fields went into full professional victim mode. She appeared on every TV show that would have her, pimping her mediocre book.
Fields’ self-importance reached new highs even for journalism. Fields freaked out when Donald Trump wasn’t asked about the assault during the Republican debate.
The narrative was set, and anyone who questioned it hated women.
Why didn’t anyone post a video of the event? Where was the video shot from this camera angle?
If we’ve learned one lesson, it is LISTEN and BELIEVE. You are not allowed to ask a woman who claims a man attacked her for evidence. Michelle Fields and other savvy scam artists know this.
Now a video has surfaced conclusively showing that Michelle Fields lied.
This is another example of lack of journalistic ethics in the media.
Consider how deep this media hoax goes.
Michelle Fields, a “conservative,” fabricated a story with Ben Terris, a “liberal.”
Jabin Botsford of the Washington Post lied about being at the event, and then hid evidence that would have exposed the hoax.
Lloyd Grove of the liberal Daily Beast made up conversations to support Fields’ story.
Ben Shapiro, a “conservative,” used these fabricated sources and false accusations to demand that a man lose his job.
And everyone in the media kept running with the story, attacking skeptical readers like us. Moreover, a journalist who asked to see a video of the hoax was fired from his job.
The media is rotten to the core. Can you believe anything you read?
What does this hoax say about the war on men?
Would Michelle Fields had been a media star if she had been a man?
Are men safe from false accusations?
It’s a dangerous time to be man, which is why I wrote the only guide to being a man in the modern age – Danger & Play: Essays on Embracing Masculinity.