Media Continues to Promote False Conspiracy Theory about Barron Trump’s Paternity

As the critical 2024 election draws near, corporate media outlets are desperately attempting to keep a false conspiracy theory about President Donald Trump’s family alive.

On Thursday, The Inquisitr published an article claiming that X is “ablaze” with rumors that Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau fathered President Trump’s youngest son Barron.

However, even the posts the outlet used to prop up its false story were five months to almost 18 months old.

“The theory, although unverified and lacking credible evidence, has captured the attention of many online users, leading to a flurry of speculation and debate,” the tabloid wrote.

“The rumor gained traction when a series of photographs surfaced which were taken during a diplomatic summit where world leaders and their spouses gathered for a ‘family photo.’

“One specific image showed a smiling Melania greeting Trudeau that sparked imaginations across social media platforms.”

The first X post referenced by the Inquisitr showed a photo of Melania Trump smiling at Trudeau while greeting him.

The post was from November 2023 and has since been deleted.

This one shows a similar photo and is from 2021:

The photo looks suggestive like the two are about to kiss, but she’s right next to her husband and is holding his hand, so it’s much more likely they were doing European-style cheek kisses and the camera caught her at just the right moment to make it seem like she was looking at him suggestively.

However, the story conveniently omits the striking resemblance between 18-year-old Barron and President Trump.

Barron Trump is a dead ringer for the 45th president, so it is extremely farfetched to question his paternity.

Even more so to suggest there are a lot of people on X doing so today.

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Following this ridiculous narrative, the Inquisitr got down to its real business, using the so-called “rumors” about Barron to spend the bulk of the article rehashing phony sexual harassment and assault claims against President Trump.

The publication tries to make it seem like anyone who has that many people make claims about him must be guilty, forgetting that there are millions of Democrat women in the U.S. who hate Trump with a passion and would gladly join the chorus of voices trying to make him look like a sexual harasser or abuser.

The Inquisitr also makes it a point to say that Trump defended Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh through the allegations about him, making it sound as if sexual predators would naturally stick together and painting them both with a guilty brush even though none of the accusations against either of them has actually stuck.

This is the real point of the article – to malign Trump in any way possible.

Just don’t expect any so-called “fact-checkers” to pounce on these false anti-Trump reports any time soon.

With Trump leading in most polls seven months before the election, it is clear that many people are refusing to believe the bad press about Trump and instead looking at his successes during his first term.

However, it’s easy to see why corporate media outlets are desperately trying to turn voters away from Trump.

Democrat President Joe Biden’s campaign is racked with problems.

Voters are not enthused about another four years of economic stagnation, open borders, and a president who looks and sounds like he should be in a nursing home.

READ MORE – Leftist Explodes in TDS-Fueled Rage after Police Join Trump on Rally Stage

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By Nick R. Hamilton

Nick has a broad background in journalism, business, and technology. He covers news on cryptocurrency, traditional assets, and economic markets.

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