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Dan Rather just admitted something stunning about Donald Trump and the military

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Just before Labor Day weekend, The Atlantic dropped a bombshell story claiming Donald Trump disrespects military veterans by calling them “suckers” and “losers.”

But not everyone believed the story.

And now Dan Rather just admitted something stunning about Donald Trump and the military.

In many ways, former CBS Evening News anchor Dan Rather is the godfather of fake news.

During the 2004 election, CBS fired Rather after he ran a story using completely fraudulent documents claiming George W. Bush went AWOL during his time in the Texas National Guard.

The story brought a shameful end to Rather’s career as a network news anchor and helped fuel the distrust of many on the Right of the media.

Sure, most Republicans always believed the media was biased and framed stories to help Democrats and hurt Republicans.

But no one thought a high profile journalist like Rather would go so far as to fake a story.

Dan Rather’s disgraceful fall from grace is one reason why when Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic published a hit piece based on four anonymous sources claiming President Trump did not want to visit a famed military cemetery in France because bad weather would mess up his hair and that the dead marines buried there were “suckers” and “losers.”

19 individuals went on the record to refute The Atlantic story.

But when Rather was guest hosting a show on Sirius XM radio, Rather admitted something about the story – that it doesn’t matter if the story is true or not because it sounded like something Trump would say.

“Whether he said it or not, it is believable,” Rather told the audience.

As evidence, Rather used Trump’s comment in 2015 that he didn’t consider John McCain a hero.

“What about — the president said terrible things about Senator John McCain?” Rather asked.

This is the same trap Rather fell in back in 2004.

Wanting a story to be true and believing a story to be true are not the same thing as it actually being true.

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

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CNN claimed these 21 Republican Senators secretly want to remove Donald Trump from office

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There have long been rumors that many Republican Senators hate Donald Trump and can’t wait to see him gone.

News stories always quote anonymous Republicans Senators criticizing President Trump.

And now CNN claimed these 21 Republican Senators secretly want to remove Donald Trump from office.

On Monday, CNN analyst Carl Bernstein named the 21 Republican Senators who he claimed wanted to see Donald Trump defeated as long as Republicans could still control the Senate.

Bernstein wrote on social media:

I’m not violating any pledge of journalistic confidentially in reporting this: 21 Republican Sens–in convos w/ colleagues, staff members, lobbyists, W. House aides–have repeatedly expressed extreme contempt for Trump & his fitness to be POTUS.

The 21 GOP Senators who have privately expressed their disdain for Trump are: Portman, Alexander, Sasse, Blunt, Collins, Murkowski, Cornyn, Thune, Romney, Braun, Young, Tim Scott, Rick Scott, Rubio, Grassley, Burr, Toomey, McSally, Moran, Roberts, Shelby.

Even though CNN is fake news and Bernstein has often “reported” obvious misinformation as fact, the names on that list did not surprise anyone as they were all either avowed Never-Trumpers to begin with or pro-amnesty RINOs.

The Republican establishment never really accepted the fact that Donald Trump won the 2016 election.

But what forced Republican members of Congress to toe the Trump line was the fact that GOP voters were intensely loyal to Donald Trump because he was the first candidate for office that actually fought for them.

That’s why no matter what the RINOs and Never-Trumpers think, the GOP will never go back to the days of George Bush/John McCain/Mitt Romney version of donor class Republicanism supporting globalist free trade, open borders, and endless wars in the Middle East.

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

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This MSNBC host was red with rage over what Ted Cruz said about Thanksgiving

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The Fake News Media is all in on using coronavirus to cancel Thanksgiving.

So-called journalists want to shame Americans into staying alone, isolated, and angry for the holiday.

And now this MSNBC host was red with rage over what Ted Cruz said about Thanksgiving.

Democrat Governors across the country are canceling Thanksgiving by putting limits on the number of people that can gather in a household.

Some are even encouraging neighbors to spy on each other and report “illegal” Thanksgiving gatherings.

Over the weekend, Ted Cruz trolled these Orwellian tyrants by posting a “come and take it” meme.

This meme is popular with gun owners, but Cruz’s meme featured a Thanksgiving Day Turkey.

This enraged MSNBC host Chris Hayes who accused Cruz and childish trolling.

“Say your 13-year-old libertarian nephew from Texas made that image, you might think ‘kind of clever,’ before rolling your eyes. But this is a United States Senator.”

“The people of Texas in every other state need sober-minded leaders doing their best to educate people about the risk,” Hayes added.
The American people do need sober-minded leaders educating them about the risk of the coronavirus.

But they won’t find accurate and clear information from Fake News Media members and so-called public health “experts” who are hyping doom and gloom scenarios over a virus with a 99.8% survival rate.

The American people want to be told the accurate risks from the virus so they can make their own decisions about gathering for Thanksgiving Dinner instead of having Stalinist dictators canceling the holiday.

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

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CNN is falling apart after a rival caught them in a giant on-air lie

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CNN is once again experiencing troubled times.

The fake news network is staring into a credibility crisis like never before.

And CNN is falling apart after a rival caught them in a giant on-air lie.

South Dakota Emergency Room nurse Jodi Doering appeared on the fake news CNN show New Day to spin a grizzly tale about how she watched patients die from coronavirus while crying about how they could not believe what was happening to them because they were led to believe the virus was a hoax.

“Their last dying words are, ‘This can’t be happening. It’s not real,'” Doering told CNN.

“It just makes you sad, and mad, and frustrated, and then you know you’re going to come back and do it all over again.”

Doering added that her patients “scream at you for a magic medicine and that Joe Biden is going to ruin the USA. All while gasping for breath.”

Critics blasted CNN for putting Doering on the air to violate the privacy of her patients’ final, painful moments of life to make a political attack on Donald Trump.

Aside from CNN’s ghoulish lack of morals, there is a major question about their journalistic ethics.

Reporter David Zweig for Wired Magazine tried to substantiate Doering’s claims by calling South Dakota hospitals and could not find one nurse to back up the story that patients were dying of coronavirus after claiming it was a hoax.

“I called a number of hospitals in the same part of South Dakota to ask emergency room nurses if they’d noticed the same, disturbing phenomenon. At Avera Weskota Memorial Hospital, about 20 minutes from Doering’s hometown of Woonsocket, an ER nurse told me, ‘I have not had that experience here.’ At my request, Kim Rieger, the VP for communications and marketing at Huron Regional Medical Center, one of the four medical facilities where Doering works, spoke with several nurses at Huron to get their reactions to the CNN interview. None said they’d interacted with Covid patients who denied having the disease. ‘Most patients are grateful, and thankful for our help,’ one told her. ‘I have not experienced this, nor have I been told of this experience, ever,’ another said,” Zweif wrote.

CNN allowed this dubious story on the air because they do not report the news.

CNN reports narratives.

And Doering told CNN the story it wanted to hear about Donald Trump misleading his followers to their deaths by telling them coronavirus was a hoax.

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

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