There is perhaps no bigger figure in the anti-Trump resistance than CNN.
They work overtime to destroy President Trump with blatant lies.
And they just went even further, doing the unthinkable to Judge Jeanine Pirro in a scheme to destroy Fox News.
Democrats hate Fox News more than any major network on television.
Throughout the Trump presidency, they have been the only outlet willing to at least give him a fair shake.
And that’s why Democrats are working to either destroy, or take over Fox News.
In order to do that, they first need to take down the biggest draws for pro-Trump Americans to the network, which are clearly Judge Jeanine Pirro and Tucker Carlson.
They have been under intense attack in recent weeks from left-wing activists trying to take their shows off the air.
And in the case of Pirro, they have had some success, causing her to be suspended.
Her suspension comes on the heels of her questioning the loyalty of Muslim Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN), who has known links to radical Islamic extremists.
Her question is legitimate, and something that ordinary Americans are questioning, but to the media that assertion is “Islamophobic.”
In response to the suspension, CNN’s Brian Stelter came out in an article seeming to celebrate her suspension, even downplaying its significance.
At first mention of her suspension, Stelter refuses to acknowledge Rep. Omar’s radical Islamic ties, which are central to the point Pirro was making:
“When Pirro questioned Congresswoman Ilhan Omar’s patriotism last weekend, Fox condemned the host’s comments — and, according to a source familiar with the matter, privately suspended her.
The suspension, no matter how short-lived, was an unusual step for Fox to take. And Trump evidently noticed that she was absent on Saturday — because he tweeted “bring back @JudgeJeanine Pirro” on Sunday morning.”
And later in the article, Stelter downplays the shows of Carlson and Pirro, denying the idea of them being news because some of their own opinions are interjected:
“In one respect, Trump’s criticism of Fox’s news side anchors reiterated a point that Fox often makes in its own marketing. The network likens itself to a newspaper, with news up front and opinion pieces in the back. Fox’s many critics take issue with this characterization, saying the entire network pushes right-wing narratives. But Trump, in his own way, is distinguishing between the two divisions and saying he prefers the opinion division.”
Stelter is attempting to make it appear that President Trump’s favorite hosts are not in fact journalists, or news hosts, but instead opinion show hosts pushing “right wing narratives.”
And if that is the case, the same argument can be made for CNN, which regularly host shows similar to Fox News’, including Stelter’s own “Reliable Sources.”
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CNN made this one programming change that will leave you speechless
Fake news CNN long ago decided it wanted war with Donald Trump.
For three years, fake news CNN did everything in its power to remove Donald Trump from office.
And now CNN made this one programming change that will leave you speechless.
At the start of the Trump Presidency, CNN employed a stable of commentators that supported the President in an effort to provide some basic fairness by presenting the view of the President and his supporters to their viewers.
That all changed as CNN cast its lot with the Democrat Party in an all-out bid to drive President Trump from office.
CNN fired pro-Trump commentators Paris Dennard, Jeffrey Lord, and Ed Martin so fake news CNN could present uniformly anti-Trump TV programming.
One of the final pro-Trump commentators on fake news CNN Steve Cortes – a member of Trump’s Hispanic advisory council – had not been on the air in the months.
Cortes told Fox News host Laura Ingraham that CNN “benched him” and allowed his contract to expire because Cortes exposed the fake news hoax CNN spread after the 2017 Charlottesville tragedy that President Trump praised white supremacists by claiming there were “very fine people on both sides” of the protest.
“For committing what was the unpardonable sin, at least in the eyes of CNN, for declawing that deception that they continued to push, they put me on the bench,” Cortes added. “They took me off the air after I did a Prager U video that got 6 million hits detailing exactly why the Charlottesville myth was a deception.”
“Stories that I was fired are incorrect,” Cortes added. “I was ‘benched’ by CNN following the Prager U video, and only appeared once on air during the last 6 months of my contract which just expired.”
The “very fine people” lie is one of the most persistent and ugly fake news hoaxes of the Trump Presidency.
In his press conference after a white supremacist killed a young woman by running over her with his car the President clearly condemned neo-Nazis and other bigots.
When the President said there were “very fine people on both sides” he was referring to Americans that traveled to Charlottesville to defend Civil War statues.
But since CNN is at war with both Donald Trump and the truth, the fake news network sidelined Cortes because Cortes exposed their lie.
Pants on Fire News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.
NBC’s Chuck Todd will never recover from this career killing lie
Chuck Todd is the host of NBC’s “Meet the Press.”
Meet the Press is the top rated Sunday show because high profile guests from both parties agree to appear.
But now Chuck Todd will never recover from this career killing lie.
On December 29, Todd will air a special episode of “Meet the Press” on the supposed spread of misinformation.
Naturally, Todd blames it all on the Republican Party.
Todd even goes so far as to claim simple facts – namely that some Ukrainian government officials meddled in the 2016 election – are lies and conspiracy theories.
In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine Todd described how he thinks there are “incentive structures.”
Rolling Stone reports:
The fact is, and by the way, this isn’t going to be easy to show, but I actually think when we outline this it will, the right has an incentive structure to utter the misinformation. Look, I’ll just be honest, when I had the third senator [to spread Russian disinformation], Senator Ted Cruz, come on my show and do this — who I did not expect to do this — I started to think, he wants the confrontation. He wants to use this for some sort of appeasement of the right.
I didn’t know what else to think. I was stunned because he’s a Russia hawk. He spent the entire week showcasing his hawkishness on Russia. Threatening the administration on the pipeline in Germany and really be there. So the reason I, and I’m sorry I ever showed an expression, the reason that the expression on my face went viral, I think, I was genuinely shocked. And by the way, they came to us. They came to us saying they wanted to come on this week. And I really naively thought, maybe he wants to remind people that with Russia [and blaming Ukraine] this is getting ridiculous. And it turned out not to be the case.
So I do think one of the things that I want to explore on this is the incentive structure. One of the things we don’t fully appreciate in mainstream media on these attacks is that it’s become fun to attack the press, if that makes sense, on the right. It doesn’t matter if we’re right or wrong, attack them anyway.
The lack of self awareness was stunning.
First of all, Todd gave the interview with Rolling Stone, the same magazine that published the fabricated account of rape at a University of Virginia frat house.
That was one of the biggest fake news stories of all time.
Second, Todd has routinely defended the Christopher Steele dossier on his program which all Americans now know is a hoax.
Finally, Todd shares a network with Brian Williams and Rachel Maddow.
Williams parlayed his fake stories about heroic reporting on the battlefield into the NBC Nightly News anchor chair.
And Maddow goosed her ratings to the point where she was the most watched host on all of cable news – even beating Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson – by promoting the Russian collusion conspiracy theory.
No such incentive structures on the right exist to parlay fake news into such high profile media gigs.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.
Rachel Maddow told this giant lie that explains why her career is over
Rachel Maddow is the biggest star in MSNBC’s primetime lineup.
But ever since the Russian collusion hoax went up in flames, Maddow is in big trouble.
And now Rachel Maddow was caught telling this giant lie that explains why her career is over.
MSNBC is one of the most far-left “news” outlets in America.
As the centerpiece of MSNBC’s primetime lineup, Maddow parrots far-left talking points to soothe her audience.
But during a recent broadcast, Maddow descended into parody when she claimed the power struggle at the establishment gun group the NRA was somehow the biggest story in America.
“We have watched this conservative political behemoth, with really no equal in conservative politics, we have watched it collapse at breathtaking speed,” observed Maddow during the Christmas Eve edition of her program. “NRA executives and contractors and vendors have extracted hundreds of millions of dollars from the organization’s budget. From gratuitous payment, to sweetheart deals and opaque financial arrangements. Hundreds of millions of dollars they’ve taken out of the NRA!”
“The NRA appears to be very worried about a ever-widening investigation by the attorney general of the state of New York,” she added. “New York’s Attorney General Letitia James subpoenaed more than 90 current and former member of the NRA’s board … If the NRA’s behavior has been bad enough New York could conceivably revoke its non-profit status and shut it down which is what the state of New York just did with Donald Trump’s charitable foundation this year…
…“This would be like a show stopping deal at any other time. The once fearsome NRA, the most powerful entity in conservative Politics, I mean they’re in free fall,” Maddow continued, before noting that in “any other time in any other news environment” the media “would be watching that slow motion car crash endlessly.”
“That would be the biggest political news story in the country for a long time. But with this president in the middle of an impeachment it’s like, you know, just one more tree falling in the forest,” she concluded.
The NRA has a lot of problems due to its past support of Democrats and gun control measures.
But its crackup would not be the biggest political story in America but for impeachment as Maddow claims.
That would be the ongoing unraveling of the Russian collusion hoax.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report laid bare the fact that the Christopher Steele dossier – upon which the entire collusion narrative rested – was complete and utter garbage.
The Fake News Media is desperate to avoid accountability for plunging America into three years of chaos and division all based on nothing more than a hoax.
Maddow was one of the leading conspiracy theorists in all the fake news.
Her ratings plunged when the Mueller Report came out and revealed that a two-year-long investigation found no evidence of Russian collusion.
So now she is trying to whitewash that story out of existence.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.
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