Please note both are fear-based narratives consistent with the most nefarious psyops and propaganda in politics. A narrative, in political terms, is a fictional story that is intended to frame a candidate in a positive or negative light. In modern attacks they are conveyed by manipulative and deceptive editing of video and/or audio which is then amplified in the media.
It is the opposite of the history of a candidate, which relies on facts and records. Here, the DNC outlines the framing of Donald Trump and the narrative to be used. they also did this to Bernie Sanders, with that narrative being that he's a commie, crazy, and his supporters are violent, and dangerous "Bernie Bros." The term framing is self-evident: you are setting someone up for something they did not, or do not do. Bernie, in the chair throwing myth, was framed. […]
As months turn into nearly two years and no solid evidence emerges to nail Russia for nabbing Election 2016, some big Russia-gate cheerleaders are starting to cover their tracks, as Daniel Lazare explains. […]
According to one Secret Service agent, someone even "above Soros" came storming into the White House and began discussing a plan was to stage an attempt on Hillary's life and then blame it on Trump. Any supporting evidence? Consider the following: Before this happens, a controlled, state media will often frame a candidate with a narrative to make the coming false flag plausible. This is likely why so many media outlets began hyping the "Trump encouraging followers to kill Hillary" false narrative. This "Dangerous Donald" tactic is actually outlined in the DNC Trump playbook leak. The same leaks revealed Sanders "Bernie Bros" supporters could be portrayed as violent, too, and they were. […]