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« on: November 06, 2017, 05:04:39 pm »

CNN posted some video of President Trump and Prime Minister Abe of Japan feeding koi.   They pulled a sneaky trick to make Trump look bad.
They had images and video dumping a box of food into the koi pond, and the media went nuts claiming that Trump is lazy, disrespectful, stupid, senile, overfed the fish, etc.  CNN pulled a trick... they cropped the video and images to show ONLY Trump dumping the food into the pond.  This is a complete distortion of the truth.  What really happened:  Both Trump and Abe were handed a wooden box filled with food and a spoon.  They both started spooning the food out into the pond.  At some point, as the box empties, the spoon is not so effective at getting the remaining food out.  At that point,  Japan's PM Abe dumped his box into the pond.  AFTER Abe dumped his box, then Trump also dumped his box into the pond.  The "fake news" media completely ignored that fact, and did their worst to make Trump look bad (as they always do).

Let me point out a few other things because I know a lot about fish.  KOI are in the carp family (as are goldfish).  One major characteristic of fish in the carp family is that they don't have stomachs.  Instead, they eat a LOT of food, and it goes right through without being fully digested - and carp CRAP a LOT.  This is one reason why people who have aquariums are reluctant to have goldfish / koi.   They are literally "shit machines".   They are also not very compatible with other fish, because they tend to eat all the food before the other fish get a chance to eat.   Koi get to a huge size..  Japanese Koi can get up to a yard long!  (3 feet / 1 meter).   They eat a LOT.  Also, when keeping koi, they have to add special bacteria to the water to break down the sludge produced by the koi to keep the water clean and avoid having the undigested food break down into ammonia, nitrates, and nitrites.  

Just the idea that they would hand Trump too much food to feed the koi is crazy.  

This is the 9 seconds of the video that CNN cleverly cropped out.  You won't see this on any moonbat network.

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« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2017, 10:32:26 pm »

Yup, I can verify. Over here they only showed them spooning the food to the fish. It wasn't a story at all because nothing happened.

Thanks for the full video. I'm going to post it to FB.

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