FAKE NEWS: Trump Never Said There Was A 'Terror Attack' Last Night In Sweden

Chris Menahan
Feb. 19, 2017

President Trump never said there was a "terror attack" last night in Sweden, but that didn't stop hundreds of fake news outlets from claiming he did.

During his rally Saturday, Trump said: "Here's the bottom line, we've got to keep our country safe. You look at what's happening. We've got to keep our country safe. You look at what's happening in Germany, you look at what's happening last night in Sweden. Sweden, who would believe this. Sweden. They took in large numbers. They're having problems like they never thought possible. You look at what's happening in Brussels, you look at what's happening all over the world. Take a look at Nice, take a look at Paris."

Nowhere did he say there was a "terror attack."

He said "look at what's happening."

Even though he never said there was a "terror attack," that didn't stop the lying media from making up fake news and claiming he did.

The Guardian:


The Daily Mail:


PIX 11:

There's hundreds more.

Let's look at "what's happening."

Sweden was one of the most peaceful countries on earth, then they opened their borders to mass third-world immigration and now they're the rape capital of the West.

Many speculated Trump was referencing a clip which aired Friday on Tucker Carlson's show where they took a look at how mass immigration was destroying Sweden:

UPDATE: Confirmed:

The crime rate in Sweden is skyrocketing. There are some 6,700 rapes a year, which is 18.35 rapes a day. Just a few weeks ago a gang of migrants streamed themselves raping a woman on Facebook live. There are regular grenade attacks carried out by rival drug gangs and cars are constantly being set on fire.

A Swedish electricity company pulled out of culturally enriched Malmo last week citing rampant violence and shootings.

The country was rocked earlier this month after their "most experienced police investigator" posted a rant on Facebook saying almost all crime is committed by Muslims named variants of "Mohammed."

This is what Trump was talking about. He was telling people to look at what's happening in Sweden, where living in terror has become a way of life for poor Swedes who can't afford to leave the culturally enriched parts of town filled with hostile Muslims.

If the fake news media actually looked at what's happening in Sweden rather than making up fake news about Trump citing non-existent terror attacks, the American people would understand why everyone who knows anything doesn't want our country to be flooded with these fake "refugees."

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