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“ Media Close 2017 Proving Trump 100 Percent Correct About Fake News “



Here is the most comprehensive list of latest fake news I could come up with. Undoubtedly, in a firehose of lies, something will be overlooked.

  1. CNN Caught Lying About Donald Trump Jr.

The fake news factory that is CNN topped even itself with a catastrophic lie about catching Donald Trump Jr. colluding with WikiLeaks, and, therefore, Russia.

The lie was debunked almost immediately, but CNN still left it up for hours, screamed about it all day on the air, and again proved its breathtaking dishonesty by correcting rather than appropriately retracting its lie.

What is most revealing is news that CNN claims everything was done with its “editorial standards process.


  1. ABC News Spreads Lie About Mike Flynn Proving Trump Colluded with Russia

Brian Ross, a serial-lying marquee reporter at ABC News, told the world that President Trump’s former national security adviser would testify that candidate Trump instructed him to get in touch with the Russians.

This was a total fabrication, but ABC not only did not retract the lie, the left-wing network even refused to correct the lie. Instead, the lie was “clarified,” and Ross was given the holidays off as “punishment.”

  1. Reuters, Bloomberg, Wall Street Journal Spread Lie About Trump Bank Subpoenas

We were told President Trump was in big trouble because his bank records had been subpoenaed by the special prosecutor.

Never happened.

  1. MSNBC’s Brzezinski Questions Accuser with Photograph of Franken Groping Her

Inexcusable slut-shaming aside, as if to again prove our elites are monsters, Morning Joe‘s Mika Brzezinski questioned the veracity of Leeann Tweeden’s claim that disgraced Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) groped her.

Tweeden has a photograph of the grope. A picture. Photographic proof that even Franken himself acknowledges is real.


  1. CNN’s Alisyn Camerota Says Anti-Trump Russian Dossier Is ‘Corroborated’

Camerota, who was a terrific morning anchor over at Fox News, continues to sell her soul just to hold on to a demeaning job on CNN’s last-place morning show.


  1. PolitiFact Spreads Lies About Breitbart, Roy Moore Accuser’s Forgery

Beverly Nelson, Roy Moore’s now-thoroughly discredited accuser, and her attorney, Gloria Allred, attributed something incriminating written by Nelson to Alabama Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore.


That is the textbook definition of forgery. There is no other credible way to describe it. But the left-wing PolitiFact did so anyway.

PolitiFact falsely claims that Nelson “added the time and location to the inscription.” No, that is not what she did. What Nelson is guilty of is altering a crucially important piece of evidence and attributing her alteration to Moore. That is forgery. To say it is anything else is anti-science and fake news.

Moreover, PolitiFact compounds this lie with the claim that Breitbart News “said she either tampered with Moore’s signature or forged the inscription.”

Our story was achingly clear about Nelson’s admitting to forgery, and our headline did not say she forged all of the yearbook. It said she admitting to forging the yearbook, which she did.

  1. Facebook Flags Breitbart’s 100 Percent Accurate Story, Does Not Flag CNN’s Fake News

Corporate fascism is alive and well.


  1. Washington Post Handwriting Expert Debunked by Moore Accuser

A few weeks ago, the left-wing Washington Post found a former FBI agent and document expert willing to say that the very part of the yearbook inscription Beverly Nelson admits she forged was “consistent with one writer.”

Even before Nelson confessed on Friday, everyone knew this was forged. But the Post is not interested in truth, only in defeating Republicans.

What a humiliation.

To his credit, this same expert is now calling on Allred to release the yearbook for a thorough, impartial examination – something she will never do.

  1. New York Times Falsely Claims Secretary of State Tillerson Will Be Forced to Resign


The media never make a mistake in favor of a Roy Moore or President Trump, which proves these are not mistakes.

Honest mistakes fall in the range of 50/50.

These mistakes all fall 0/100.

Which means they are deliberate lies.

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Jaydee, the problem with President Trump is that he is also the source of "Fake News" , for example:

Trump says Trudeau left out lumber, energy while talking trade numbers

‘I like him,’ says U.S. president of Canadian PM, but they tussled over who has the trade deficit

The Canadian Press Posted: Dec 09, 2017 7:03 AM ET Last Updated: Dec 09, 2017 7:03 AM ET

U.S. President Donald Trump regaled a rally of supporters Friday night with a story about a disagreement with Canada's prime minister, then sprinkled his tale with some questionable statistics about international trade.

Trump told a partisan crowd in Florida that he and Justin Trudeau had a closed-door debate about trade balances.

He described it during the part of his speech where he blasted bad trade deals as one of the reasons he won last year's election, and reiterated his promise to either cancel or renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement.

He lamented a $71 billion trade deficit with Mexico, then added that there's also a deficit with Canada. That's where he described his exchange with Trudeau — who apparently kept telling Trump the U.S. has no trade deficit with Canada.

"I like the prime minister very much. Prime Minister Trudeau. Nice guy. Good guy. No, I like him. But we had a meeting... He said, 'No, no, you have a trade surplus.' I said, 'No we don't.' He said, 'No, no you have a trade surplus,"' Trump told the Florida crowd.

"(Trudeau) said, 'I'm telling you that Canada has a deficit with the United States.' I told my people — in front of a lot of people — I said, 'Go out and check'."

He said his staff found Trudeau left out some key details, pertaining to trade in goods: "(Trudeau) was right. Except he forgot two categories: Lumber timber; and energy. Other than that, he was right. When you add them all together, we actually have a $17 billion deficit with Canada."

That's not what his own government's stats say.

Statistics from the website of the office of the U.S. Trade Representative — the very office handling NAFTA negotiations — paint a portrait opposite to Trump's. It says, of last year's trade balance: "The U.S. goods and services trade surplus with Canada was $12.5 billion US in 2016."

That reflects a large surplus in trade in services of $24.6 billion, mitigated by a deficit in goods of $12.1 billion.

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FRIDAY WAS ONE of the most embarrassing days for the U.S. media in quite a long time. The humiliation orgy was kicked off by CNN, with MSNBC and CBS close behind, with countless pundits, commentators and operatives joining the party throughout the day. By the end of the day, it was clear that several of the nation’s largest and most influential news outlets had spread an explosive but completely false news story to millions of people, while refusing to provide any explanation of how it happened.

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Rex Murphy : The REAL Fake News!

 “When the majority of the American media failed in their coverage of the presidential election, they had to find some excuse for their massive incompetence. The New York Times, with all their resources, and after two full years of daily coverage of the campaign, was nonetheless projecting Hillary Clinton’s chances of victory at a full 92 per cent on election night itself. That was at least better than the pathologically anti-Trump HuffPost, which had Hillary’s chances set at a modest 98 per cent! Such was the state of American journalism, these companies barely allowed for the mere possibility that Trump could win. Under their professional eye, he was just a sideshow, even in the very hours before he actually won.” 


“ They couldn’t just step out honestly and say: “Hey, we despised this guy so much that it really warped our thinking and twisted our coverage, blocked out what we didn’t want to see. We were so mad at him we could not see.” That would have been the truthful and honourable thing to do. So, obviously, it was not adopted. Instead, the answer they did come up with, quickly and conveniently enough, was Fake News.”

Edited by Jaydee

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