The unifying and anti-racist words that President Donald Trump has spoken in the days following the two terrible massacres that have shocked the country are being systematically concealed by the U.S. media.

In the days following the terrible shootings in El Paso and Dayton the Democratic representatives’ narrative has been unanimous: accusing President Trump of instigating hatred and white supremacist racism. Journalist Deroy Murdock explained in his column in the National Review.

And mainstream media (MSM) has relentlessly replicated that rhetoric by ignoring President Trump’s words condemning violence and racist hatred, Murdock denounces.

“The shooter in El Paso posted a manifesto online consumed by racist hate,” President Trump said Aug. 5 from the White House.

“In one voice, our nation must condemn racism, bigotry, and white supremacy. These sinister ideologies must be defeated. Hate has no place in America. Hatred warps the mind, ravages the heart, and devours the soul,” he added.

Cover of the New York Times newspaper (screenshot Fox News)
Cover of the New York Times newspaper (Screenshot/Fox News)
Cover of the New York Times newspaper (screenshot Fox News)
Cover of the New York Times newspaper (Screenshot/Fox News)

However, almost no MSM echoed President Trump’s statements.

In fact, the level of pressure the Democrats are exerting to hold the president accountable for the epidemic of hatred that is ravaging the United States has reached an extreme degree.

The New York Times even had to change its headline on Tuesday, Aug. 6, because it reproduced a message of unity from the president due to intense attacks from Democratic sectors.

On Tuesday, Aug. 6, The New York Times published the following headline on its front page: “Trump Urges Unity Vs. Racism.”

Then, they changed the headline to: “Assailing hate but not guns.”

According to Murdock, President Trump has a long history of defending human rights against anti-Semitism and racism.

In fact, last week the niece of legendary African American rights activist Dr. Martin Luther King, Alveda King said: “I am the niece of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Listen to my words… President Trump is not a racist! He is one of the best presidents America has ever seen! I totally support him!”

For Murdock, this operation of harassment by Democrats and their allies against the president is very dangerous to national security and peace.

“By muffling the president’s repeated pleas to undermine racists and unite the country, the Trump-hating media give aid and comfort to bullies and bigots,” the journalist said.

“When journalists almost unanimously bury Trump’s efforts to isolate haters and consolidate America, fear and loathing thrive,” he added.

“Presidential words that would shame haters and inspire lovers instead stay under wraps, so that some 90 percent of the press can despise Trump in peace. In this sense, the left-wing media is the unindicted conspirator of America’s anti-Semites, white nationalists, and other odious racists,” he said.