The Gateway Pundit reports:
Many of you have by now seen various photos of medical workers boldly standing in front of lock down protesters like they are in Tiananmen Square or something — but what the media hasn’t shown you is that the photos are being faked.
In an instance of photo staging by the media caught on Facebook Live, a car with lock down protesters comes to a stop at a traffic light. As soon as they did, a medical worker hopped in front of their car with photographers, had a few photos snapped, then crossed the street like nothing happened.
The woman filming the staged photo-op quickly called the photographers out and urged them not to publish the faked photos.
“You’re a fraud!” she screamed as they walked off, never having actually protested.
Click over there to follow the Twitter link and see the video for yourself. It's a classic example of media fakery - and proves that photographic "evidence" may not necessarily be true at all.
It's come to the point where one should automatically distrust any and every media report about the coronavirus pandemic, or President Trump's handling of the situation, unless and until it's corroborated by independent, trustworthy sources. The media generally isn't interested in the truth - only in how they can twist the "facts" to suit their partisan political agenda.