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CBS used one word to describe Kyle Rittenhouse that could lead to this major lawsuit



The corporate-controlled media has been lying about Kyle Rittenhouse from the start.

So-called “journalists” attempted to frame Rittenhouse to advance their political agenda.

And CBS used one word to describe Kyle Rittenhouse that could lead to this major lawsuit.

Kyle Rittenhouse took the stand in his own defense and testified about how the Black Lives Matter rioters allegedly threatened his life and left him with no choice but to exercise his right to self-defense.

“He has asserted that he fired the shots in self-defense, testifying that one of the men, Joseph Rosenbaum, lunged at him before he pulled the trigger, and that the second man who was killed, Anthony Huber, ‘pulled away’ his firearm before he discharged it,” Mediaite reported.

A third rioter named Gaige Grosskreutz admitted that he pointed a gun at Rittenhouse before Rittenhouse allegedly shot Grosskreutz in the bicep.

Despite this testimony, CBS still attempted to smear Rittenhouse in the minds of the public, posting a Tweet claiming Rittenhouse described how he “murdered” two Black Lives Matter rioters.

“Kyle Rittenhouse testified in his murder trial yesterday, breaking down in tears as he told the jury he murdered two men at a Black Lives Matter protest last year in self-defense,” the network wrote in the misguided missive.

This Tweet is libelous and could lead to a lawsuit from Rittenhouse.

CBS knew this Tweet was false and a lie when they published it.

Rittenhouse is already suing Joe Biden for smearing him as a white supremacist in a campaign ad last fall.

The media’s conduct from the day Rittenhouse acted in self-defense has been shameful.

Reporters lied about every aspect of this event and trial in order to create a political narrative that Rittenhouse was a murderous foot soldier in Donald Trump’s white supremacist domestic terror militia.

And critics contend there needs to be a reckoning for this false coverage.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.


CBS is ridiculously using the war in Ukraine to make the border crisis even worse




The war in Ukraine has become a panacea for the Democrats and their media allies.

They’re using the deadly conflict as a way to push all of their other policy goals.

Now CBS is ridiculously using the war in Ukraine to make the border crisis even worse.

Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine has set off a seismic ripple effect across the world.

One consequence is that as many as two million war refugees have already been resettled in other countries.

And CBS used the harrowing war to promote the idea of increased migration from Central America.

In a conversation with International Rescue Committee CEO David Miliband, CBS Mornings co-host Nate Burleson asked, “David, how does this treatment compare to refugees from Syria and Afghanistan?”

Miliband responded, “In the case of the European Union, we’ve got unity now where there was disunity before. We’ve got welcomed now where there was a very divided response before. In the case of the Syrian crisis, it took three months for a million people to flee Syria. In the case of Ukraine, it’s taken a week, and we’re now up to 1.5 million.”

Co-host Gayle King belabored the point and asked, “And why do you think that is? A lot of people are starting to say, ‘Listen, when people were coming here from El Salvador, Honduras, they were not welcome. They were really — well — they were not received very well . . . When you talk about Syria and Afghanistan, too, what do you think is the difference here?”

CBS was clearly attempting to insert race into the discussion.

But one distinct difference is that people coming from Central America are economic migrants – Ukrainians are fleeing a hot war that could potentially go nuclear in the worst-case scenario.

Over 90% of the asylum cases from Mexico and Central America are denied – economic migrants are coming for a better life.

While that decision is understandable, America cannot take in everyone because billions of people around the world would die trying to get here.

Miliband responded to King by saying, “Well, it’s simple. There’s more fear of incorporating and integrating people from different races and different religions into national life. Let’s be honest about it.”

But Miliband ignores the added issue of vetting people from Afghanistan and Syria – some terrorists have slipped through the cracks by pretending to be refugees.

The Obama administration also deprioritized Syrian Christians who were attempting to flee the war-torn country.

The immigration system is broken, and the elites want to keep it that way.

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A top network anchor is helping out leftists by pushing socialism and revealed one dangerous new plan in the process




There’s nothing leftists love more than stirring up animosity.

Those in the news business literally make a living out of it.

Now a top network anchor is using jealousy to push socialism – with a dangerous new twist.

CBS’s Janey Pauley and Mark Whitaker are doing their level best to whip up popular support for socialism with an attack on the “top 1%.”

It’s about the oldest trick in the book for leftists to convince the masses to give them power.

Of course, once they’re in charge everyone ends up poor.

In the piece, Whitaker interviewed a professor of “philosophy and ethics” at Utrecht University in the Netherlands.

Ingrid Robeyns is the proud creator of a concept called “limitarianism” – which is nothing less than Communism 2.0 in camouflage.

It is, according to Robeyns, the idea that there’s a “moral limit to how much wealth you can accumulate.”

Severe famine, death, and deprivation due to chronic supply chain issues in communist governments has tarnished communism’s image.

But hope springs anew on college campuses forevermore along with the push to find utopia by destroying the most successful people in the world.

So, Robeyns has come up with a way to pitch the “duty not to be rich” in a way more palatable than dredging up old images of dying peasants who were promised prosperity by their communist overlords.

Instead, she’s pitching some sort of property-owning democracy where billionaires will be outlawed.

In fact, she suggests capping wealth at $10 million to $20 million in the United States.

The exact number doesn’t matter as long as it’s high enough most people won’t complain until precedent has been established to give leftist control over a small portion of the population on their journey to control all of us.

In fact, Robeyns’ “limitarianism” sounds an awful lot like China’s recent recommitment to communism as officials announced last summer the plan to regulate “excessive” wealth in the country where communist bosses have been reasserting themselves over the lives of all their citizens.

No doubt, America’s 3,000 billionaires who increased their wealth by $5 trillion last year had plenty of help from leftist politicians who printed money, manipulated markets, and sold drugs for Big Pharma like it was their job.

But giving government regulators more power won’t help Americans at the bottom of the ladder.

And deciding that some people are “too rich” won’t put money into Americans’ pockets like a good job will.

No doubt, it would create a whole new class of powerful ruling politicians who would get to pick winners and losers in the wealth game.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.

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Megyn Kelly exposed a media scandal that will ruin one left-wing talk show



The behind-the-scenes actions of left-wing TV executives rarely match the social justice views they espouse in public.

One host learned that lesson the hard way.

And Megyn Kelly exposed a media scandal that will ruin one left-wing talk show.

CBS fired Sharon Osbourne (wife of rock legend Ozzy Osbourne) from her co-hosting gig on The Talk – CBS’ answer to The View – after Osbourne defended British TV host Piers Morgan when Morgan criticized social justice warrior Meghan Markle after Markle claimed a member of the British Royal Family (whom Markle did not name) made a racist comment about her mixed race son.

In an interview with Megyn Kelly, Osbourne slammed CBS executives as woke hypocrites who mouth all the right social justice catechisms about “diversity and inclusion” in public while ruthlessly acting behind the scenes to throw anyone overboard to save their own skin.

“They are desperate to keep their jobs, they are desperate in these times we live in to be perceived as more than woke,” Osbourne told Kelly. “They wanna be seen as Mother Teresa and Jesus Christ and they — but they’re all hypocrites. They’re liars and they’re hypocrites and they’ll do whatever they have to do to keep their job.”

Osbourne then named names, citing CBS Executive Vice President of Current Programs, Amy Reisenbach, and The Talk showrunners Heather Gray and Kristin Matthews as examples of the type of woke frauds who populate the executive suite at TV networks.

In the interview, Osbourne recounted how she told the executives that by taking her off the air following her comments they permanently destroyed her reputation by falsely branding her as a racist.

“I had worked with the showrunners for eleven years, they were friends of mine, especially Kristin Matthews,” Osbourne added. “I told them that they’ve destroyed me. I told them that I will never be able to get over this. It’s like once you have that seed put on you that you are a racist, it never goes away. And I told them that they’ve destroyed me.”

Osbourne’s interview with Kelly was not surprising on one level.

Woke leftist executives are known to be hypocrites that don’t really live the left-wing pities they preach.

But Sharon Osbourne is one of the few insiders to come forward and detail the inside story of just how terrible things really are.

Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.

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