It took reporters of the Hungarian journal INDEX to uncover what the U.S. media likely knew about in advance of the Hungarians—but deliberately failed to report to the American People.
The U.S media has had a longstanding record of obscuring good news from the Trump Administration. The only purpose of this policy of deliberate “omission,” among hundreds of others we know of from the media’s documented behavior, was to damage the president. Specifically, to prevent The People from getting any good news favorable to the president. It is to prevent Americans from finding out that this president looked out for America’s interest first to advance the nation’s security. In other words, it is true that this president achieved far more in 47 months in Washington D.C. than Joe Biden has in 47 years. It is also true that, Joe Biden is more interested in protecting the interests of the Chinese Communist Party than he’s interested in defending these United States.
In the same fashion that Donald Trump rebuilt New York’s skating rink in Central Park in a few months that the city could not fix over two decades, Trump developed a state-of-the-art military weapon in record time.
Military technology such as developing a jetfighter typically takes eight or more years from inception to paper, to the air.
A week after the Hungarians reported this story, Defense News and POPULAR MECHANICS published their own headlines:
“And it all happened in just one year. Yes, that’s mind-blowing” – wrote Popular Mechanics.
“The U.S. Air Force revealed this week that it has secretly designed, built, and tested a new prototype fighter jet. The fighter, about which we know virtually nothing, has already flown and “broken records.” The Air Force must now consider how it will buy the new fighter as it struggles to acquire everything from intercontinental ballistic missiles to bombers.”
One should not be surprised about this development. First, that the United States under Donald Trump gets things done. Two, the omission proves again the U.S. media’s lack of transparency, cynicism, bias, malevolence, partisanship, and its hatred for the U.S. military, the U.S. Constitution, national security, and national and personal defense.